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Juice is a 1992 drama that focuses on four friends and their experiences living in Harlem, New York. The film marked the feature film directorial debut of noted cinematographer Ernest Dickerson (who had previously been known for his work with director Spike Lee), who also wrote the screenplay. The cast included Omar Epps, Tupac, Jermaine "Huggy" Hopkins, and Khalil Kain as well as special appearances from Queen Latifah, Dr. Dre, and Samuel L. Jackson.
The following weapons were used in the film Juice:
Smith & Wesson 61 Escort
Quincy "Q" Powell (Omar Epps) buys a Smith & Wesson 61 Escort from Sweets (Jacqui Dickerson) a local arms dealer but later throws it in the Hudson river.
Colt Detective Special
While the crew is at Eric "Steel" Thurman's (Jermaine 'Huggy' Hopkins) house they are watching White Heat where Cody (James Cagney) has a Colt Detective Special.
Ruger Single Six
Fernando Quiles (Victor Campos) a local store owner wields a Ruger Single Six to break up a fight outside his store. During the Robbery Bishop (Tupac Shakur) takes the Pistol and hides it in his sock.
Smith & Wesson Model 64
The Smith & Wesson Model 64 was bought by Raheem (Khalil Kain) and later becomes the main weapon of Roland Bishop (Tupac Shakur) throughout the film, using it to commit a robbery and multiple murders.
Blizzard (Darien Berry) uses a Remington 870 with a black finish to hold up a bar. While it is only seen up close it can be identified due to the magazine cap.
A sawed off Stevens 311R can be seen in Sweet's gun fridge.
A MAC-10 can be seen in Sweets gun fridge.
A Micro Uzi can be seen in the fridge.
An unloaded IMI Uzi with the stock extended can be seen on the door of the fridge.