The Long Kiss Goodnight
The Long Kiss Goodnight is a 1996 action comedy directed by Renny Harlin and written by Shane Black. Geena Davis stars as a housewife suffering from amnesia, but slowly discovers that she is in reality a covert government assassin. The film co-stars Samuel L. Jackson and Brian Cox.
The following weapons were used in the film The Long Kiss Goodnight:
Charly Baltimore (Geena Davis) takes a stainless Walther PPK/S with wood grips from the pants of Dr. Nathan Waldman (Brian Cox). Waldman said he kept the pistol next to "Mr. Wally", because, as he tells Mitch Henessey (Samuel L. Jackson) "most pat-downs don't reveal it, as even the most hardened Federal agent is often reluctant to feel up another man's groin."
Beretta 92FS Inox
Charly and Timothy fight over a Beretta 92FS Inox.
Desert Eagle Mark I
Colt Gold Cup National Match M1911A1
Daedalus (David Morse) packs a Stainless Series 80 Colt Gold Cup National Match in his waistband. Daedalus' handgun has the trademark Gold Cup Elliason adjustable sights, skeletonized match trigger and hammer, and the beavertail grip safety. The pistol also features a mounting rail on the top of the slide for optics. (thanks to RedJedRevolver)
SIG-Sauer P226 Nickel
Colt King Cobra
Smith & Wesson Model 36 (Nickel)
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose
Unknown Snub-Nose Revolver
A thug falls with a bright nickel snub-nose revolver. It is not well seen enough to make any decent ID.
Submachine Guns & Machine Pistols
At least one of the killers uses a Steyr TMP submachine gun.
The killers also carry Beretta M12 submachine guns.
A Walther MPL is briefly seen during the arrival of the bad guys at Daedalus' estate.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
One of the guards at the headquarters carries an Heckler & Koch MP5K.
Sa vz. 61 Skorpion
A full-size Uzi is seen briefly, though many of the henchmen run and fight with a variety of weapons during the night battle.
Rifles & Carbines
Custom Take-Down Sniper Rifle (Remington 700 action)
When Samantha goes through her suitcase at the hotel, she finds a hidden case which contains what appears to be a disassembled Remington 700 takedown rifle. The bolt handle, rear of the receiver are the same as a Remington 700. This rifle appears to be the same configuration as the one used by Dennis Haysbert in Absolute Power.
Winchester Model 1894
Colt Model 733
Bad guys use the Colt Model 733 carbines. Charly Baltimore also uses a Colt M733 with a scope at the night battle.
Ruger Mini 14
Charly Baltimore (Geena Davis) uses a Stainless Ruger Mini-14 with synthetic black stock, heat shield/barrel shroud, Stainless B-Square side-mount scope base & scope, and an aftermarket stainless flash hider.
A very strange combination - Timothy, while riding in the helicopter, uses an M16A1 to shoot at Charly Baltimore on the bridge, but rather than standard handguards, the rifle has the special handguards designed for the M203 combination (which questions why the M203 that was used with the Winchester below wasn't used with this rifle).
Heckler & Koch HK91A2
Rocky Mountain Arms Patriot
One of the killers appears to use a full auto version of the early 1990s Rocky Mountain Arms Patriot.
Olympic Arms OA-93
Some of the killers also carry and fire Olympic Arms OA-93s converted to full auto.
Winchester 1887 Sawed-Off with M203 Grenade Launcher
A stranger combo cannot be described. One Eyed Jack (Joseph McKenna) tries to kill Charly Baltimore (Geena Davis) with an M203 grenade launcher attached to a Winchester Model 1887 lever-action shotgun with sawed-off stock and shortened barrel. However, in the film, flip cocking the shotgun somehow also reloads the grenade launcher. Also when it fires, the projectile looks more like a guided missile than a grenade. The front foregrip of the 1887 has been removed to allow for the attachment of the M203 launcher.
This grenade, resembling the M26/M61, though actually a pot metal training version, is thrown at Charly and Mitch, and shows all of traits of Hollywood Fantasy grenades - It has a 20 second delay, and packs the explosive power of twenty pounds of C4 and a 55 drum of gasoline.