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Midnight Heat (alternative title Blackout) is a 1996 made for TV action thriller directed by Allan A. Goldstein and starring Brian Bosworth as a banker John Gray who suffers of amnesia after a car accident. He has strange flashbacks that reveal him as a person with criminal past.
The following weapons were used in the film Midnight Heat:
Taurus Model 689
During the attack on prison bus Payne (Brad Dourif) draws a Taurus Model 689 revolver and hands it to one prisoner, then to another one. At last the revolver is hold by Scar (Jeremy Roberts).
Smith & Wesson Model 65
In one scene Payne's henchman carries a Smith & Wesson Model 65 revolver.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Wayne Garret (Brian Bosworth) uses a Beretta 92FS Inox throughout the movie. Payne (Brad Dourif) carries Beretta 92FS Inox in several scenes. Beretta pistols are also seen in flashback scenes in hands of bank robbers, including Garret, Payne and Payne's second-in-command Scar (Jeremy Roberts).
Jenny (Claire Yarlett) owns a bright chrome plated Walther PP with pearl grips.
Desert Eagle Mark I
A Desert Eagle Mark I is seen in hands of Payne's henchmen during the attack on prison bus. In the final scene Scar (Jeremy Roberts) carries a Desert Eagle.
Colt MK IV Series 80
In the scene when Payne purchases a helicopter, a mechanic (James Gordon MacDonald) carries an M1911-style pistol in a pocket, possibly a Colt MK IV Series 80 as it has a flat mainspring housing and a bright logo on a wooden grip.
In one scene Payne (Brad Dourif) wields a suppressed pistol together with his Beretta 92FS Inox. It's possibly a Glock, most likely a Glock 17.
Cobray M11/9 SMGs are used by Payne's henchmen in several scenes.
Smith & Wesson 3000
Payne's henchman holds a Smith & Wesson 3000 pump action shotgun with pistol grip and removed folding stock during the attack on prison bus. One of the prison guards also carries a shotgun that is taken from him by Scar (Jeremy Roberts). Later Scar and other henchmen use same looking shotguns.
What appears to be an Ithaca 37 is used by a security guard in a flashback scene.
Rifles and Assault Rifles
A stainless steel Ruger Mini-14 with folding stock and sniper scope is used by Payne's henchman during the attack on prison bus.
A custom Ruger Mini-14 with aftermarket folding stock, sniper scope and muzzle brake is seen in fragments during the opening credits. This gun isn't used in action.
Ruger Mini-14 in Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup Stock
In the final scene several of Payne's henchmen carry Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup version of Ruger Mini-14 rifles. Wayne Garret (Brian Bosworth) disarms a henchman (Jim Cody Williams) and uses the rifle. The rifles (most likely it's a single movie prop) are fitted with barrel shrouds and night vision devices.
M16/SP1 with A2 handguards
An M16/SP1 with A2 handguards is used by Payne (Brad Dourif) when he chases Garret on helicopter. An M16, possibly the same movie prop, is seen in hands of a henchman in one scene.
Browning M2 Aircraft
Payne's gang owns a Browning M2 Aircraft on M3 tripod. Scar (Jeremy Roberts) mans the machine gun in the final scene.