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Open Fire

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Open Fire
Open Fire Poster.jpg
Cinema Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Kurt Anderson
Release Date 1994
Studio Image Organization
Judge Productions
Distributor Republic Pictures Home Video
Main Cast
Character Actor
Alec McNeil Jeff Wincott
Stein Kruger Patrick Kilpatrick
Lynne Tolbert Mimi Craven
Bob McNeil Lee de Broux
Roy Michael Shaner
Special Agent Davis Arthur Taxier

Open Fire is a 1994 direct-to-video action movie directed by Kurt Anderson (Martial Outlaw). The film's plot closely resembles that of Die Hard, but takes place at the chemical plant which is seized by a terrorist group. The main character is Alec McNeil (Jeff Wincott), a former FBI agent who was dismissed from service.

The following weapons were used in the film Open Fire:


Smith & Wesson Model 15

A Smith & Wesson Model 15 is seen in hands of a psycho (Paulo Tocha) in Alec McNeil's (Jeff Wincott) flashback scene.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 - .38 Special
A close view at the revolver.
A psycho aims his revolver at a hostage.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

A Smith & Wesson Model 19 is Alec McNeil's (Jeff Wincott) service weapon in his flashback scene.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum
Alec McNeil holds his revolver.


Beretta 92FS

Alec McNeil's (Jeff Wincott) main weapon is the Beretta 92FS. Later he gives his pistol to Lynne Tolbert (Mimi Craven) and gets another one from a body of a terrorist. Most of the terrorists also carry these pistols. A highway patrol officer also has what appears to be a Beretta in his holster. Only a grip can be seen.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Roy (Michael Shaner) readies his pistol when a highway patrol officer stops the terrorists car.
Wood (Anthony Dean Fields) searches the room with Beretta in hand.
Stein Kruger (Patrick Kilpatrick) checks his Beretta.
Alec McNeil (Jeff Wincott) fires his pistol.
Alec McNeil hands his Beretta to Lynne Tolbert (Mimi Craven).
Alec and Nakata (Leo Lee) in a standoff, both with Beretta 92 pistols.
Alec's Beretta jams in the final scene. "I need an American pistol!", grumbles he.
A highway patrol officer is shot by Roy (Michael Shaner).

Beretta 92FS Inox

Roy's (Michael Shaner) Beretta 92FS switches to Beretta 92FS Inox when he fires at a highway patrol officer. In the final scene Stein Kruger's (Patrick Kilpatrick) Beretta also switches to Inox version.

Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm. This pistol was the screen used gun, used throughout the film by Det. Max Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin) and once by Kate McQuean (Cindy Crawford) in the film Fair Game.
Roy holds his Beretta 92FS Inox.
Kruger and Alec struggle for the pistol.

Desert Eagle Mark I

Stainless steel Desert Eagle Mark I is seen during the opening credits. It never appears in the movie again.

A matte stainless Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum. The weapon pictured here is an actual movie gun (from the inventory of Weapons Specialists, Ltd. in New York) and has appeared in several motion pictures.
Beretta 92FS (in hand), Desert Eagle, M1911A1-style pistol, Cobray M11/9 and several magazines are seen.
A close view at the Desert Eagle.


M1911A1-style pistol is seen during the opening credits. It never appears in the movie again.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol Commercial - .45 ACP
Beretta 92FS (in hand), stainless steel Desert Eagle Mark I, M1911A1-style pistol, Cobray M11/9 and several magazines are seen.

Submachine Guns

Cobray M11/9

Several of the terrorists carry Cobray M11/9 SMGs. Alec McNeil (Jeff Wincott) takes M11/9 from a female terrorist and uses it himself.

Cobray M11/9 - 9x19mm. This is the semiautomatic pistol, note how the selector switch is on the opposite side of the receiver and the pins are in different places on the receiver.
Bishop (an uncredited Yuji Okumoto) aims his M11/9 at Bob McNeil (Lee de Broux).
Belasco (Marjorie Andrade) aims her M11/9 at Alec.
A close view at M11/9 in hands of Belasco.
Alec holds captured M11/9.
Jackson (Jeff Ward) with M11/9.
M11/9 on the floor.
Wood (Anthony Dean Fields) with M11/9.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Several of the terrorists carry Heckler & Koch MP5A3 SMGs.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with original "slimline" forearm - 9x19mm
Bishop (an uncredited Yuji Okumoto) with MP5A3 and Cobray M11/9.
Hicks (Steph DuVall) with MP5A3.
Kesack (Brenda Swanson) with MP5A3.


Mossberg 590

In the final scene Kruger (Patrick Kilpatrick) is armed with a Mossberg 590 with ghost ring sights, extended magazine tube and saddle shell holder. Later Alec McNeil (Jeff Wincott) takes his shotgun. Similar shotguns are used by police and FBI.

Mossberg 590 with ghost ring sights and speedfeed stock - 12 Gauge
A police officer holds a Mossberg shotgun.
Kruger holds his Mossberg.
Ghost right sight can be seen.
Kruger aims his shotgun at Alec.
And now Alec aims shotgun at Kruger.

Mossberg 500 Cruiser

In the final scene Roy (Michael Shaner) is armed with a Mossberg 500 Cruiser fitted with foregrip.

Mossberg 500 Cruiser fitted with foregrip and saddle shell holder - 12 Gauge
Kruger (Patrick Kilpatrick) with a Mossberg 590, Roy with a Mossberg 500 Cruiser and Kesack (Brenda Swanson) with MP5A3 in the final scene.
A closer view at Roy's shotgun.


Type 56 Carbine

In the opening scene one of the terrorists carries a Type 56 Carbine but this gun is never seen later.

Chinese Type 56 Carbine aka the Chinese SKS rifle - 7.62x39mm. The Chinese SKS has a stamped receiver and a spike bayonet (aka a "pig sticker").
Open Fire-SKS-01.jpg

Assault Rifles


Several of the terrorists are seen with M16A1 rifles, some of them fitted with A2-style handguards.

M16A1 with 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
M16A1 with A2 style handguards - 5.56x45mm
A terrorist loads a magazine.
An M16A1 is seen at the back door of the minivan, next to the man with a Type 56 Carbine.
A terrorist aims his M16 (with A2-style handguards) at chemical plant workers.
A terrorist at the background holds an M16A1 with standard handguards.
Alec McNeil (Jeff Wincott) disarms Deacon (Ron Howard George). In this scene Deacon's M16 carbine switches to standard M16.
Alec holds Deacon's M16. A2-style handguards can be seen.
Bob McNeil (Lee de Broux) fires the same M16 which again switches from carbine to standard version.

Colt AR-15A2 Sporter Lightweight

Deacon (Ron Howard George) carries an M16 carbine that looks similar to AR-15A2 Sporter Lightweight. It has a solid fixed stock, not collapsible as most M16 carbine versions. In the final scene it switches several times to M16A1 and back again. Nakata (Leo Lee) carries a similar carbine with sniper scope in one scene but never uses it in action.

Colt Model R6530 "AR-15A2 Sporter Lightweight" - 5.56x45mm. This rifle is a civilian version of the AR-15A2 Government Carbine, and is identical apart from the addition of a fixed stock and removal of the bayonet lug.
Deacon carries an M16 carbine.
The receiver can be seen.
Nakata (Leo Lee) holds an M16 carbine with sniper scope.
Alec hands Deacon's carbine to Lynne Tolbert (Mimi Craven). Here it again switches from M16A1 to carbine version. Note the fixed stock and strongly angled handle.

Other Weapons


Two M72 LAW are used by the terrorists: the first one to destroy the police car and the second one - in the unsuccessful effort to kill Alec McNeil. During the opening credits LAW is incorrectly shown as reloadable weapon.

M72A2 LAW - 66mm
An M72 LAW and its rocket in the box.
A terrorist loads M72.
A view from the muzzle.
A terrorist readies the M72.
Kruger (Patrick Kilpatrick) fires M72 at Alec (Jeff Wincott) who hides below.

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