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John Wick: Chapter 2

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John Wick: Chapter 2
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Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Chad Stahelski
Release Date 2017
Language English
Studio 87Eleven
Thunder Road Pictures
Distributor Summit Entertainment
Main Cast
Character Actor
John Wick/"Baba Yaga" Keanu Reeves
Santino D'Antonio Riccardo Scamarcio
Winston Scott Ian McShane
Cassian Common
Ares Ruby Rose
The Bowery King Laurence Fishburne
Gianna D'Antonio Claudia Gerini
Charon Lance Reddick
Julius Franco Nero

John Wick: Chapter 2 is the 2017 sequel to 2014's John Wick. Chad Stahelski returns as director and Keanu Reeves as Wick, who finds himself coming out of retirement when rivals attempt to take over a criminal syndicate. The cast includes returning actors Ian McShane, John Leguizamo and Lance Reddick, in addition to Common, Ruby Rose and Laurence Fishburne reuniting onscreen with Reeves for the first time since The Matrix Revolutions. Reeves would return as Wick in the 2019 sequel, John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum as well as 2023's John Wick: Chapter 4.

The following weapons were used in the film John Wick: Chapter 2:



Glock 34 (TTI Combat Master Package)

John Wick (Keanu Reeves) equips himself with weapons from The Sommelier before fulfilling his commitment to the Marker. The main sidearm is a Glock 34 customized with the Taran Tactical Innovations Combat Master Package, which he uses during the shootout with Gianna D'Antonio's guards and later in the catacombs.

The actual TTI Combat Master Package G34 displayed at SHOT Show 2017 - 9x19mm Parabellum.
The Taran Tactical customized Glock 34 is seen next to the Glock 26 grabbed by The Sommelier (Peter Serafinowicz).
John Wick (Keanu Reeves) examines the gun offered by The Sommelier.
Wick pulls out his Glock 34 during the conversation with Gianna.
When he is spotted, John engages in combat, easily eliminating multiple guards.
During catacomb battle, he quickly switches to the pistol when the main weapon is out of ammo.

Glock 26

A Glock 26, John Wick's original backup sidearm, appears at the beginning of the film stashed in an underground cache. However, it now has an extended magazine, which was never used in the first film. John also picks up a second gun from a deposit box but never uses it. In Rome, he purchases a new one customized by TTI, as seen in the section below. Due to a continuity error, during the fight with Cassian the G26 replaces a TTI version which John originally used during his mission to Rome.

Glock 26 with extended magazine - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Glock 26 being reburied.
Another G26 in the deposit box along with Continental gold coins and Russian passport.
John tries to fire his backup gun, but Cassian blocks his hand. However, the TTI gun should have been used in this scene.
He tries to reload the empty pistol, clearly showing a standard slide at this point.

Glock 26 (TTI Combat Carry Package)

John Wick (Keanu Reeves) gets a new Glock 26, customized by Taran Tactical Innovations from The Sommelier in Rome before attacking Gianna D'Antonio. He uses this G26 during his first fight with Cassian after being disarmed of his G34, then loses it when he returns to New York. Due to a continuity error, the gun is replaced by a regular Glock with the extended magazine during the fight with Cassian.

The actual TTI G26 displayed at SHOT Show 2017 - 9x19mm Parabellum
A production image of Keanu Reeves holding the TTI customized Glock 26.
The Glock 26 lies on the bed as Wick prepares to meet Gianna.
Wick attempts to shoot Cassian, only to be instructed to stop when Julius (Franco Nero) intervenes, due to the Continental rules.

Glock 17

The Glock 17 appears as a common weapon for all kinds of criminals in the film. Gianna D'Antonio's bodyguards in Rome are armed with Glocks, as well as several assassins in the New York subway and Santino's men during the shootout at the art gallery. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) picks up multiple Glock 17 pistols during the same battle after his Kimber 1911 runs empty.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
John knocks the gun out of Gianna's bodyguard's hands.
Santino's assassin with a flashlight-fitted Glock 17 in the catacombs.
Wick disarms a gunman (Niko Nedyalkov) of his suppressed Glock in the subway.
Two other assassins (Christopher Parker at foreground) with pistols pursue Wick as soon as he leaves the subway car.
John knocks the gun out of the guard in Santino's gallery.
John Wick (Keanu Reeves) loads the gun after checking the magazine. This is one of the most famous shots of the film series that has become a meme.
He shoots the arriving guards lying down, holding a disarmed guard with his legs.
The two guards escorting Santino are the only ones armed with Glocks during the shootout at the mirror exhibition.

Glock 19

Several Santino D'Antonio's guards are also armed with smaller Glock 19s. During during the shootout at the art gallery, John Wick (Keanu Reeves) picks one up and briefly uses it.

Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
Both the guard and Wick are armed with Glock 19s.

Heckler & Koch P30L

In the second film, John Wick (Keanu Reeves) uses his famous compensator-fitted Heckler & Koch P30L only at the beginning of the film to disarm Abram Tarasov's huge henchman. Upon returning home, John buries the gun along with other equipment, as well as the guns he used in the first film. in the basement floor.

Heckler & Koch P30L with a custom compensator, similar to the one used in the movie - 9x19mm Parabellum
John shoots at the legs of a particularly large Tarasov mob member.
When he returns home, he removes his belt and holster.
John holds the HK P30L before burying it.
John prepares to bury his P30L, seen on the bottom right. Visible in the image is a Kel-Tec KSG and two Coharie Arms CA-415s, the KSG likely being the one he acquired from Tarasov's henchmen in the previous film.

CZ P-09

The Russian mobster draws what appears to be a CZ P-09 when Wick attacks him from behind at the beginning of the movie. A Sumo assassin (Yama) also uses a suppressed CZ P-09 pistol until John Wick (Keanu Reeves) disarms him and takes the gun. Two another assassins (Nobuya Shimamoto) also attempt to use a suppressed CZ P-09 against Wick in subway. Due to a continuity error, this pistol turns into a Smith & Wesson SW1911SC "E-Series" in Wick's hands during the fight with Cassian.

CZ P-09 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Tarasov's henchman tries to fight back.
CZ P-09 with suppressor - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Sumo assassin (Yama) tries to point a suppressed CZ P-09 at John.
But John takes possession of the gun fairly quickly and shoots the hitman several times with his own weapon.
The other assassin struggling with Wick before facing the latter's ability to kill people with just a pencil.
Wick holds the pistol before firing at Cassian.

Kimber Warrior

John Wick (Keanu Reeves) receives a Kimber Warrior with SOCCOM BLACK G10 grips from The Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne) with only 1 magazine containing exactly 7 rounds for the final battle. In the mirrors scene, the SIG-Sauer P320 Wick took earlier changes to this gun which is a continuity error.

Kimber Warrior - .45 ACP
The Bowery King presents John with what he describes as the "Kimber 1911, .45 ACP".
John loads the gun.
He shoots Santino's guards in art gallery.
But the gun runs out of ammunition too quickly.
Wick performs a one-handed brass check.
Wick advances through the mirror exhibition with a gun.
He uses the Kimber again even though he ran out of ammo earlier and took P320.

Smith & Wesson SW1911SC "E-Series"

Santino D'Antonio's right-hand woman Ares (Ruby Rose) is armed with a Smith & Wesson SW1911SC "E-Series". She uses the unsuppressed gun in the catacombs and later in the mirror exhibition with a silencer. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) also shoots the suppressed SW1911SC during the subway fight with Cassian. This is a continuity error, since he previously picked up a CZ P-09 and did not change it on the screen; the CZ changed to this after the earlier fountain shootout scene.

Smith & Wesson SW1911SC "E-Series" - .45 ACP
Ares with her SW1911 in the catacombs.
Bloodied-face Wick pulls out the suppressed SW1911.
Wick fires the pistol. Here we also see two common mistakes related to suppressors in movies: the muzzle flash (though at least it's not too exaggerated), as well as the fact that nobody in the background is able to hear the gunshots, whereas suppressors in reality don't render a gun totally silent.
Ares (Ruby Rose) with her SW1911 finds her employer in the hall of mirrors.
Ares checks the surroundings. Note the suppressor.
She hides behind a pillar during a firefight. Unfortunately for her, the gun is empty.
A closer look at Ares' empty SW1911 as she takes a push dagger from her back.
After winning, Wick takes the gun and an extra magazine from her jacket.

Kimber Super Carry Custom

Chasing Santino, John Wick (Keanu Reeves) returns to the Continental, at which point Ares' suppressed SW1911SC that he picked up early is changed to a heavily customized reverse two-tone Kimber Super Carry Custom fitted with a compensator due a continuity error.

Two Kimber Super Carry pistols used for the movie - .45 ACP
Wick goes down to the restaurant with the Kimber Super Carry in his hands.
John shoots the custom Kimber.
He lays down the empty pistol on a table.

SIG-Sauer P320

Members of the Ares' Strike Team carry SIG-Sauer P320 pistols as secondary weapons in waist holsters. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) snatches a gun from two of them during the shootout at the mirror exhibition.

SIG-Sauer P320 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The holstered gun of V. Volkov (Airon Armstrong) is seen during the fight.
The grip of the gun is also visible on the other guard (Tim Connolly).
Wick shoots the mercenary on the stairs with another mercenary's gun.
John shoots at Ares...
...but he runs out of ammo.

Arsenal Firearms AF-1 Strike One

Cassian (Common), Gianna D'Antonio's personal bodyguard, carries a two-tone Arsenal Firearms USA AF-1 Strike One. He first used it unsuppressed in Rome and used it suppressed later in New York.

The actual Arsenal Firearms USA AF-1 Strike One used in the movie. Image courtesy of Xtreme Props.
Production image of Common as Cassian with the suppressed Strike One.
Cassian's pistol is first seen holstered during an meeting with Wick in Rome.
Wanting revenge, Cassian (Common) attacks John on the street.
Cassian fires his Strike One during the subway fight.
Approaching John, the gun is treacherously empty.
Cassian releases the slide and puts the pistol back in his holster.

Beretta Cheetah

Earl (Tobias Segal), one of the Bowery King's men, kills two assassins looking for John in the subway with a suppressed Beretta Cheetah with rounded trigger guard. Santino D'Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcio) wields one near the end of the movie, though he never fires it. It's difficult to tell if the guns used are the Model 84BB or 85BB, since the two models are almost identical, with some differences including the capacity (the 84 holds thirteen rounds while the 85 holds eight, and only two rounds are fired from one during the entire film).

Beretta 85BB - .380 ACP
"Heyyy, man, you got a quarter?"
Earl (Tobias Segal) holds the Beretta Cheetah as John hides beside him.
After killing two hitmen, he hides the gun.
D'Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcio) armed with the Cheetah during the shootout at the mirror exhibition.

Kimber Solo CDP

The Violin Assassin (Heidi Moneymaker) uses a suppressed Kimber Solo CDP against Wick.

Kimber Solo CDP LG (Custom Defense Package, Laser Grips) - 9x19mm Parabellum
A rather unusual way of concealed carry of a gun hidden in a violin.
The Violin Assassin (Heidi Moneymaker) shoots the suppressed Kimber Solo CDP at Wick's back.

SIG-Sauer P226

What appears to be a SIG-Sauer P226 is used by a seamstress (Midori Nakamura) to demonstrate the effectiveness of the bulletproof vests.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The seamstress (Midori Nakamura) firing the pistol at John's new suit.

1911 variant

During the first fight against John Wick, Cassian (Common) uses what appears to be a two-tone 1911 before being disarmed; this is a continuity error, as he was using an Arsenal Firearms Strike One in earlier shots. One of Santino D'Antonio's guards later uses a 1911, prompting John to pick up a magazine from his dead body and load it into his Kimber 1911 before the mirrors scene.

Colt Rail Gun, 01970RG model with brushed stainless steel slide and blued steel frame - .45 ACP
BTS image of Cassian (Common) being disarmed of his pistol by Wick.
Cassian struggling with John.
Cassian holds the pistol.
Wick disarming Cassian of his pistol.
A dead bodyguard with a 1911 on his chest.


Taran Tactical Innovations TR-1 Ultralight

John Wick (Keanu Reeves) purchases a Taran Tactical Innovations TR-1 Ultralight, fitted with a BCM Gunfighter Mod 0 collapsible stock, BCM KMR Alpha 13" forearm, BCM pistol grip and vertical foregrip, PRI Compensator, 1-6x24 Trijicon Accupoint scope with an RMR on a canted rail, and Magpul PMAGs from The Sommelier in Rome before attacking Gianna D'Antonio. The Sommelier erroneously describes it as having an 11.5" barrel instead of 14.5". During the battle in the catacombs, John throws the TR-1 away. Members of Ares' Strike Team named V. Volkov (Airon Armstrong) and I. Lebedev (Stephen Dunlevy) are also seen with one in a similar configuration in the mirror exhibition, but with an EOTech sight rather than a Trijicon Accupoint.

Taran Tactical Innovations TR-1 Ultralight - 5.56x45mm, with the same setup as the one used in the film.
The actual TTI TR-1 used in the movie; note the "BCM" markings at the rear of the handguard.
John Wick (Keanu Reeves) examines his new TR-1. Despite the advanced 3-gun training he received, Reeves always displays poor trigger discipline throughout most of the movie.
John checks the scope. Note the BCM marking on the handguard and TTI logo on the lower receiver.
Wick's new arsenal is on the table.
Wick chambering a round in his TTI rifle. Note that the magazines have been fitted with Taran Tactical PMAG extensions, which allows the mags to hold 5 more rounds.
Wick fires his TTI TR-1...
...and them reloads, throwing the empty magazine into the wall.
Guard named I. Lebedev on the right (Stephen Dunlevy) is seen with the rifle. However, in the previous scene he is armed with the M4A1.
Another enforcer named V. Volkov (Airon Armstrong) looks for John in the mirrored hallway.

SIG SG 551

A member of Ares' Strike Team (Tim Connolly) is armed with SIG SG 551 rifle. After a few scenes, the gun is replaced by a shorter P556 SWAT / SG 550 hybrid.

SIG SG 551 - 5.56x45mm NATO
The rifles are seen on the far left and far right in a production image.
The enforcer (Tim Connolly) with the SG 551 in the background.
Shot from the trailer.

SIG P556 SWAT / SG 550 hybrid

A SIG P556 SWAT with a SIG SG 550 series lower receiver is used by M. Vasilyev (Kenny Sheard) and another member of the Ares' Strike Team (Tim Connolly). Due to a continuity error, one of them had a SG 551 first.

SIG-Sauer P556 SWAT with SG 550 series lower receiver - 5.56x45mm NATO
Enforcer named M. Vasilyev (Kenny Sheard) operating the safety switch. Note the missing rear sight. In addition, the bolt is locked to the rear and the translucent magazine clearly has no rounds in it, despite the fact that the weapon has not yet been fired.
Another guard (Tim Connolly) shoots at Wick.
He gets a surprise attack from Wick.


The M4A1 rifle is seen in the hands of a mannequin at Bowery headquarters. Member of Ares' Strike Team named I. Lebedev (Stephen Dunlevy) is also armed with the M4A1 during the final shootout at the Santino's Art Gallery. Oddly, in the mirror exhibition fight, he is armed with a full-rail TR-1 AR-15 instead.

Colt M4A1 - 5.56x45mm NATO
The henchman in the foreground is seen with the rifle in a production image.
A mannequin with a rifle stands on the left.
The rifle can be seen in the hands of enforcer named I. Lebedev on the right (Stephen Dunlevy).

Flintlock Rifles

Many flintlock rifles can be seen in the paintings in D'Antonio's gallery.

Charleville Musket Mle 1766, for comparison - .69 caliber
The rifles with bayonets in the picture in the background.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

What appears to be a Heckler & Koch MP5A2 is used by Santino's enforcer in the catacombs.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 - 9x19mm Parabellum
An armed man stands behind a wall with the MP5.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

A Heckler & Koch MP5A3 is used by one of Santino's enforcers in the catacombs.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Navy trigger group - 9x19mm Parabellum
A mercenary being gunned down by Wick.


Benelli M4 Super 90 (TTI M4 Upgrade Package)

John Wick (Keanu Reeves) purchases a TTI customized Benelli M4 Super 90 shotgun with a fixed stock from The Sommelier during a work in Rome. He stashes it along with ammunition in the catacombs and uses it to fight Santino's mercenaries. When he shoots it for the first time, he fires 11 rounds before reloading; this would be only possible with an extended tube capacity of 9+1 shells and by ghost loading an 11th shell.

Taran Tactical Innovations Benelli M4 Upgrade Package - 12 gauge
John checks out the Benelli M4 at Sommelier's armory.
He inspects the expanded loading port that allows for faster reloads. In this scene, John hand cycles the action which doesn't lock back on empty, correct for Benelli shotguns. However he audibly dry fires it before immediately checking the loading port, which on a real Benelli M4 would be impossible as the uncocked hammer trips the shell release lever, which locks the loading port down in the cycle of operations and manual of arms.
The shotgun, along with the ammunition belt, lies in its pouch as Wick prepares for the mission.
The hitman shoots Santino's mercenaries in the catacombs.
Spending all rounds in the gun, John holds the last enemy against the wall with the barrel of his shotgun, loads a round and fires at point-blank range.
Note the spare shell held on a shell holder mounted just in front of the chamber (an attachment typically used for 3-gun competitions, also known under the name "MatchSaverZ"), which he is about to slide into the chamber.



Santino D'Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcio) takes a ARWEN 37 with a Burris scope standing in for an explosive launcher after John refuses to help him and blows up his house.

ARWEN 37 gas grenade launcher - 37mm
Santino (Riccardo Scamarcio) takes the launcher from the weapon case...
...and loads explosive grenades one at a time.
Santino advances with his ARWEN 37.
...and fires several times.

Brügger & Thomet GL-06

A Brügger & Thomet GL-06 is seen in Santino D'Antonio's weapons case.

Brügger & Thomet GL-06 - 40x46mm
The GL-06 with a folded stock is in the upper left portion of the case.

Spike's Tactical Havoc Launcher

A 9" barrel Spike's Tactical Havoc Launcher in a standalone configuration is also seen in D'Antonio's weapons case.

Spike's Tactical Havoc Launcher, 9" barrel - 37mm
The Havoc launcher on the top right.


The Wick Arsenal

At the film's beginning, John is seen burying again his cache of weapons, which includes a Kel-Tec KSG, two Coharie Arms CA-415 carbines (one of them with a suppressor), a Heckler & Koch P30L, a Glock 26 with an extended magazine, three of the same type of black incendiary grenades used in the previous film, a KA-BAR serrated Tanto, and an empty spot where the Microtech UTX-70 that was used in the previous film would be.

John prepares to bury his HK P30L seen on the bottom right. The Kel-Tec KSG and the two Coharie Arms CA-415s are seen.
John buries the final case, with the Glock 26 with an extended magazine.
Three incendiary grenades and P30L are visible.

The Sommelier's Armory

When gearing up, John visits The Sommelier (Peter Serafinowicz) and purchases out several weapons from the arsenal.

An M249 is seen on the left when John enters the armory.
The Sommelier placing a Beretta Px4 Storm. There is a Beretta 93R next to it, and two Glock 17s, two SIG-Sauer P226Rs with stainless slides and another Beretta 93R above them. On the bottom shelf you can notice two revolvers, a Glock 26 with the extended magazine and stainless Beretta 92 derivative. On the far right you can also spot several Steyr MPi 81 and IMI Uzi SMGs.
On the gun rack behind the Sommelier are seen Franchi SPAS-12 and Benelli M4 shotguns, at least one M16A4 behind them, aforementioned Steyrs and Uzis, Beretta SC-70/90, Heckler & Koch MP5K and two Heckler & Koch MP5KN.
The Sommelier (Peter Serafinowicz) picks up the TTI Glock 26. On the same shelf you can notice pistols such as Heckler & Koch P30, TTI Glock 34, Glock 17L, several standard size Glocks of different calibers, the Beretta 92FS and the Beretta 92FS Inox.
The closest gun to the MP5Ks is a Beretta PM12.
An M79 grenade launcher is visible on the bottom shelf when Wick takes the shotgun.
Another look at two Beretta SCP-70/90s and Heckler & Koch MP5s behind The Sommelier. Note that some MP5s are equipped with flashlight forearm.
A production image showing a SIG-Sauer P229R, a FN FNX-9 with a stainless slide, what appears to be a Kahr K9, Desert Eagles, a Heckler & Koch Mark 23, what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic, a Brügger & Thomet GL-06, and an M203 grenade launcher in standalone configuration, which are almost unseen in the film itself.

The Tailor's Arsenal

An underworld special costume workshop, led by The Tailor Angelo (cameo of movie's costume designer Luca Mosca), contains a small arsenal.

What appear to be two Coharie Arms CA-415 carbines, a KRISS Vector SDP, a Heckler & Koch MP5 and several pistols are seen at the workplace.
The gun rack in the background.

The Soup Kitchen Armory

The Bowery's headquarters, called The Soup Kitchen, contains several arsenals. When The Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne) and Earl (Tobias Segal) give Wick a tour, one notices many weapons, which are detailed below.

A cache of carbines and submachine guns are seen behind the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne) in this production image.
Four RPG-7 launchers are seen in the closet when Wick enters the armory. On the top shelf of the same locker you can see the HK weapons such as MP5A3 with flashlight handguard, MP7A1 and G36C.
One of the Bowery King's henchmen checking the magazine of an M4A1. Also on the table and rack behind him you can see more M4A1s and several IMI Micro Uzis.
The Bowery King has a picture of a Heckler & Koch MG4 with a scope/carry handle assembly on the wall behind his desk.
Several M4A1s and Heckler & Koch HK416s are seen behind the King.

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