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My Fellow Americans
My Fellow Americans is a 1996 comedy directed by Peter Segal and starring James Garner and Jack Lemmon as two former Presidents of the United States who find themselves having to travel together throughout the country while being chased by government agents who may be involved in a cover-up of a Presidential scandal.
The following weapons were used in the film My Fellow Americans:
The M14 rifle is used by the Marine honor guard that performs a rifle volley at a funeral attended by former Presidents Matt Douglas (James Garner) and Russell P. Kramer (Jack Lemmon).
Heckler & Koch USP
An unknown assassin used a Heckler & Koch USP of unknown caliber fitted with silencer and laser aiming device to take out Charlie Reynolds (James Rebhorn) outside of Union Station.
President Douglas takes a Beretta 92FS off of a Marine helicopter pilot and is seen used by both him and President Kramer. President Douglas fired the Beretta only once inside the Marine One cockpit to take out the radio, which caused both him and President Kramer hearing damage.
The SIG-Sauer P228 is the main sidearm of Col. Tanner (Everett McGill).
Heckler & Koch PSG-1
The Heckler & Koch PSG-1 is the rifle used by Secret Service sniper Lt. Ralph Fleming (Jeff Yagher).
Another Secret Service sniper is seen with the Remington 700PSS rifle.
Prison guards are briefly seen holding Remington 870 shotguns as former President Matthews is hauled off to prison.
President Kramer is seen using his grandson's toy pistol to threaten a Marine One pilot.