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Mask of Death
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Mask of Death is a 1996 American-Canadian action movie directed by David Mitchell and starring Lorenzo Lamas as a criminal Lyle Mason and a Seattle PD Det. Dan McKenna. In the opening scene McKenna's wife is killed by Mason's companion Frank Dalilo (Conrad Dunn) while McKenna himself is shot in face by Mason but survives. Mason perishes in a auto crash while Dalilo manages to escape, not knowing about the fate of his companion. FBI Agent Jeffries (Billy Dee Williams) finds out that McKenna has a similarity in face with Mason and suggests McKenna to undergo a plastic surgery in order to get Mason's face, infiltrate in crime ring and find Dalilo who possesses a stolen top secret military chip.
Note: the movie was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, which affected the choice of screen guns.
The following weapons were used in the film Mask of Death:
Taurus Model 689
In the opening scene Det. Dan McKenna (Lorenzo Lamas) is armed with a Taurus Model 689 revolver. When he is forced to put down the gun, Frank Dalilo (Conrad Dunn) takes it.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
A Smith & Wesson Model 36 is Det. Cassandra Turner's (Rae Dawn Chong) sidearm. In one scene Dalilo's henchman, who breaks into Cassandra's apartments, seizes her revolver.
Rossi Model 971
In the scene on motel Danielle (Heather Hanson) draws a snub nose Rossi Model 971 revolver.
During the night encounter with Dalilo's men one of police officers is armed with a Colt Python.
In several scenes police officers carry revolvers.
In the opening scene Lyle Mason (Lorenzo Lamas) carries a stainless steel Taurus PT92CS.
Numerous bad guys carry Taurus PT92 pistols.
Smith & Wesson 5906
In one scene Frank Dalilo (Conrad Dunn) gives Dan McKenna (posing as Lyle Mason) a Smith & Wesson 5906.
Unidentified Smith & Wesson pistol
Dan McKenna (posing as Lyle Mason) secretly kills Dalilo's henchman Benny (Garvin Cross) and takes his pistol that appears to be some S&W model, single stack with stepped trigger guard and fixed sights. It looks mostly like a Smith & Wesson 3913 except for a stepped trigger guard.
Smith & Wesson 3913NL
Due to continuity error McKenna's pistol switches to Smith & Wesson 3913NL which can be distinguished due to the different shape of the trigger guard and the lack of ambidextrous safety.
Heckler & Koch VP70
In the final scene Tony Lopata (Jerry Wasserman), Frank Dalilo's lieutenant, is armed with a Heckler & Koch VP70.
One of Frank Dalilo's henchmen carries a Jericho 941R pistol.
In the final scene Dan McKenna, posing as Lyle Mason, carries two pistols, a larger one and a backup small one.
During the boat chase in the opening scene Mason's henchman fires a MAC-10 at pursuers.
Heckler & Koch HK94A3
A chopped and converted Heckler & Koch HK94A3, standing for MP5, is used by one of FBI agents during the boat chase in the opening scene.
During the shootout with Dalilo's men one of the street thugs (credited as Bandana Head (Kelly Irving)) is armed with a Intratec TEC-9.
During the shootout with Dalilo's men one of the street thugs is armed with a Sterling submachine gun.
Unidentified sawed-off shotgun
During the shootout with street thugs Dan McKenna (posing as Lyle Mason) uses a sawed-off pump action shotgun. It bears resemblance with a Mossberg 500 but still looks different.
In the opening scene an FBI sniper uses a Remington 700PSS sniper rifle.