||Richard J. Lewis
K-9: P.I. is a direct-to-video 2002 action comedy, the third and last installment in K-9 film series. This sequel was directed by Richard J. Lewis and James Belushi returns as Thomas Dooley (strangely, Dooley's first name is changed from Michael to Thomas), freshly retired from the LAPD and only a night after the retirement, finds himself and his faithful companion, German Shepherd dog Jerry Lee, are involved in the case of the robbery of computer laboratory. A pair of FBI agents suspect Dooley of complicity, so he has to make his own investigation to prove his innocence and uncover the secret of stolen computer chip.
The following weapons were used in the film K-9: P.I.:
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Dooley (James Belushi) carries a Beretta 92FS throughout the film.
Dooley aims his Beretta during the shootout in the laundry. This is a hilariously poor shot, not only will this allow for a terrible sight picture, but the moment he fires a round, he'd take his eye out!
Dooley holds the Beretta while training Jerry Lee.
A closer view of the pistol.
Jerry Lee picks up the Beretta in the climactic scene.
Smith & Wesson 3913 LS "Ladysmith"
In the climactic scene Laura Fields (Kim Huffman) uses a Smith & Wesson 3913 LS "Ladysmith".
Smith & Wesson 3913 LS "Ladysmith" - 9x19mm
Laura Fields appears on the scene with her Ladysmith pistol in hand.
A Walther P99 is used by Charles Thyer (Christopher Shyer) in several scenes.
Walther P99 - 9x19mm. Note the ramped trigger guard, small slide serrations, closed and proprietary accessory rail, short magazine release and slightly more curved 'tail' of the pre-2004 models.
Thyer threatens Frankie the Fence (Duncan Fraser) with suppressed Walther.
Thyer holds the suppressed Walther P99.
Thyer aims his Walther on Dooley in the climactic scene.
During the shootout in the laundry Charles Thyer (Christopher Shyer) and his uncredited parthner are armed with Beretta 93R machine pistols.
A masked robber holds his Beretta 93R.
Masked Thyer reloads the Beretta 93R.
In one scene a petty criminal Billy Cochran (Michael Eklund) draws a Ruger KP90 pistol on Dooley.
#5 in the gun case hanging on the precinct wall appears to be a Ruger P95 used later in the film.
Billy cocks the pistol. The bore looks large enough for .45 caliber.
He runs down the stairs with the pistol in hand.
FBI Agent Verner (Kevin Durand) carries a compact pistol, it appears to be a SIG-Sauer P239.
Several pistols are used as a wall decoration in police precinct. Two of them are Browning Hi-Power, one blued and another one nickel plated.
Browning Hi-Power "Type 73" - 9x19mm
Two Browning HP pistols are seen at the left (#1 and 2).
Nambu Type 14
A Nambu Type 14 is also seen hanging in the gun case on the precinct's wall.
Late Nambu Type 14 - 8x22mm Nambu
The Nambu is seen in the case, it is number 3.
Nambu Type 14 is seen at the right (#3).
A Mauser C96 is also seen on the wall.
Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Mauser C96 is seen on the top (#4).
A subcompact pistol with a black frame and a stainless steel slide and trigger is seen in the gun case hanging on the wall in the precinct. It appears to be an NAA Guardian.
Number 6 appears to be an NAA Guardian.