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One for the Money

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One for the Money (2012)

One for the Money is a 2012 American action comedy based on the first in a series of novels by Janet Evanovich and starring Katherine Heigl as Evanovich's heroine Stephanie Plum, a newly-minted bail enforcement agent (bounty hunter) whose first quarry is an ex-cop whom she once had a relationship with.

The following weapons were used in the film One for the Money:



Glock 19

Joe Morelli (Jason O'Mara) carries and fires a Glock 19. According to Ranger (Daniel Sunjata), the weapon he used to shoot Ziggy Kuleska, was a personal weapon, rather than a service weapon (which presumably would have been confiscated after Morelli was arrested). In flashbacks, the weapon appears to be the same Glock 19 that Morelli carries in the present. Ranger incongruously describes the bullet used as a ".45 caliber hydroshock". Stephanie, trying to sound at home with firearms terminology, later describes the same round as a "hydroshock with a forty-five".

Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Joe Morelli (Jason O'Mara) rescues Stephanie at Jimmy Alpha's gym.
Morelli fires his Glock 19 during a flashback.
Morelli confronts Stephanie in her own apartment.
Morelli and Stephanie search the meat truck.

Smith & Wesson Model 637 Airweight

Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) carries the new Smith & Wesson Model 637 Airweight revolver (unlike the Model 642, it has an exposed hammer). Ranger (Daniel Sunjata) purchases it for her since she doesn't have a permit. Joe Morelli takes it away briefly and unloads it. Lonnie Dodd (Michael Laurence) takes it away and shoots Ranger with it (much to Stephanie's embarrassment) before he's apprehended by Stephanie.

Smith & Wesson Model 637 Airweight - .38 Special
Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) tests the trigger pull on her new gun, still awkward since it is her first firearm.
Grandma Mazur (Debbie Reynolds) seems rather cavalier about waving around a loaded .38 revolver at the dinner table.
N.B. In the book, Stephanie keeps the revolver unloaded, but Grandma Mazur loads bullets into the cylinder, leaving the chamber next to the hammer empty "like I saw on television" to keep the revolver safe; naturally, she picks the wrong chamber and inadvertently fires off a shot.
"Shot that sucker in the gumpy!" - Grandma Mazur shoots the turkey with Stephanie's revolver.
Stephanie confronts Morelli at Jimmy Alpha's.
Stephanie points her revolver.
Lonnie Dodd (Michael Laurence) shoots Ranger with Stephanie's S&W 637.
Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) practices at the firing range.
Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) fires her Smith & Wesson Model 637 revolver during a shootout. She fires off seven shots from a five-shot revolver.

Beretta 92FS

Flat Nose Louis (Jack Erdie) takes Ziggy Kuleska's (Jarrod DiGiorgi) Beretta 92FS after he's shot dead by Joe Morelli.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Flat Nose Louis takes the Beretta 92FS in a flashback.
Another shot.

Smith & Wesson SW1911

Benito Ramirez (Gavin-Keith Umeh) and Jimmy Alpha (John Leguizamo) use the same Smith & Wesson SW1911.

Smith & Wesson SW1911 - .45 ACP
Stephanie finds the SW1911 that was knocked out of Ramirez's hand.
Jimmy Alpha (John Leguizamo) with the SW1911. The external extractor can be seen in this shot.
The S&W logo on the slide is barely visible in this shot.

Desert Eagle Mark XIX

Ranger (Daniel Sunjata) checks out and eventually purchases a chromed nickel Desert Eagle Mark XIX.

Desert Eagle Mark XIX with brushed chrome finish - .50 AE
Ranger (Daniel Sunjata) checks out the chromed nickel Desert Eagle he is considering purchasing. It is the Desert Eagle Mark XIX based on the scope mount grooves on the top of the slide.
Ranger (Daniel Sunjata) inspects the nickel Desert Eagle he is considering buying, as Stephanie Plum notices that his gun is bigger than hers.
"I think I might like his better." - Stephanie asks if she can have a Desert Eagle too. Considering that she is smaller and first-time user, the compact 'Airweight' she has is a much better and practical choice for a concealed carry piece.
Ranger demonstrates his shooting prowess with his new Desert Eagle.

Smith & Wesson M&P

Ranger (Daniel Sunjata) carries a Smith & Wesson M&P as his "duty" sidearm.

Smith & Wesson M&P - 9x19mm
Ranger loads up his M&P.
Ranger points his sidearm.
Ranger, with his weapon, covers Stephanie as she cuffs Lonnie Dodd.
Ranger with the M&P.

Beretta U22 Neos

A Beretta U22 Neos can be seen in the gun store.

Beretta U22 Neos - Stainless Model - .22 LR
The Beretta U22 Neos can be seen.


Smith & Wesson M&P15-22

A Smith & Wesson M&P15-22 is seen on a local shooting range's sign, and is seen for sale in the gun store.

Smith & Wesson M&P15-22 with LMT rear sight - .22 LR
The M&P15 is seen on the poster in the background.


Gun Store Firearms

When Ranger and Stephanie go gun shopping, several firearms are seen displayed in the store.

On top you can see posters of S&W revolvers and one with a pistol and on the side a gun rack.
On the display rack, the first rack has a Beretta Cx4 Storm, an AK variant and (just guessing) a muzzle loader. The second rack has a Kel-Tec SU-16 and a Crossfire Mk I combination magazine-fed shotgun and .223 rifle. The third rack has a Smith & Wesson M&P15-22 and Ruger Mini-14. The fourth rack has an AR variant and an unknown long gun. (AKs and Mini-14s are banned in the state of New Jersey.)
You can see an unknown pistol slide, Beretta U22 Neos and a grip of a Ruger Mk III.

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