Paycheck is a 2003 science fiction thriller directed by John Woo and stars Ben Affleck as Michael Jennings, a reverse engineer who undergoes a procedure to erase his memory of the secret work he performed for a technology company. When he discovers that he has forgone his paycheck in exchange for an envelope filled with seemingly unrelated items, Jennings races to discover what their significance is and why federal authorities and mysterious operatives are chasing him. The film was based on a short story by Philip K. Dick, whose previous works were adapted into the films Blade Runner and Minority Report.
The following weapons were used in the film Paycheck:
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FBI Agents, Allcom guards, and Allcom operative are seen carrying the Glock 17. Michael Jennings (Ben Affleck) later picks one up, but it later changes to a Browning BDM.
A Generation 3 Glock 17 9x19mm
An FBI Agent draws his Glock as he attempts to arrest Michael Jennings in his home.
One of the government agents opens fire with the Glock.
An Allcom guard holds the Glock on Rachel (Uma Thurman
Rethrick (Aaron Eckhart
) takes the Glock from the guard and holds it on Michael.
The Glock 17L is utilized by an Allcom henchman during the motorcycle chase.
Glock 17L (Gen 2 Pistol) - 9x19mm
The Glock 17L
is utilized by an Allcom henchman during the motorcycle chase.
Beretta 92FS (Brigadier Slide)
Wolfe (Colm Feore) uses a Beretta 92FS with a Brigadier slide and a blued barrel throughout the film.
One in the film had a brigadier slide and a blued barrel
Michael stares down the barrel of Wolfe's Beretta.
Wolfe opens fire from his car at Michael.
Beretta 92FS Inox
When Allcom henchmen ambush Jennings at the station one of them whips out a Beretta 92FS Inox and shoot out a boys balloon before trying to kill Jennings. Note that the suppressor is crudely screwed on, as it is seen crooked in the closeup shots. This may cause damage to the firearm, the suppressor, and its user.
Note that the suppressor is crudely screwed on, as it is seen crooked in the closeup.
Closeup of the suppressor.
Henchman tries to reload his pistol.
Beretta 92FS-C Compact
The Beretta 92FS-C is used by Allcom henchmen and Wolfe.
The henchman carrying the pistol is disabled by Jennings.
Henchman goes down while holding the pistol.
The Henchman on the left has a 92c
The Browning BDM is used by various henchmen and later by Jennings (Continuity error from a Glock 17)
The BDA is held by Jennings while in a standoff with Rethrick (Aaron Eckhart).
CZ 75 Compact
A CZ 75 Compact is used briefly by an Allcom henchman.
Maya (Ivana Milicevic) pulls a two-tone Kahr MK9 on Jennings.
Kahr MK9 Two Tone Finish - 9x19mm
Wolfe (Colm Feore) tries to kill Jennings with a Pachmayr Dominator, a strange rifle caliber single shot conversion for the 1911 series. The weapon is also fitted with a suppressor.
Pachmayr Dominator - .308 single shot conversion for the 1911
SIG-Sauer P229 Sport
Michael Jennings manages to get a SIG P229 Sport away from a henchman and uses it briefly. He later drops the magazine from it and kicks it at an electrified rail to create a diversion to get away.
SIG-Sauer P229 Sport 9x19mm
Michael Jennings in the subway tunnel with the SIG-Sauer 229 Sport.
Michael holds the SIG on the Allcom operative.
The Allcom operative has the SIG put in his face.
Closeup as Michael holds the SIG in the standoff.
Michael and Wolfe in the classic John Woo standoff shot.
Springfield Armory 1911 Custom
Rethrick (Aaron Eckhart) keeps a heavily customized Springfield Armory 1911 in his desk and uses it when he and his guards try to take on Jennings.
Rethrick (Aaron Eckhart
) takes the customized 1911 from his desk.
The pistol after it's chambered.
Jennings is threatened with the pistol.
The back of the pistol is seen during the standoff.
A Henchmen trying to kill Shorty (Paul Giamatti) is armed with a suppressed Walther P5.
The Walther is knocked from the henchman's hand.
Closeup of the suppresed Walther being fired.
The Remington 870 is seen in stowed in the front of a Seattle Police Department cruiser during the tunnel chase.
The Remington 870
is seen in stowed in the front of a Seattle Police Department cruiser during the tunnel chase.
The Ithaca 37 shotgun is used by an Allcom Guard as he tries to kill Jennings before he is unrealistically (but cinematically) blown off his feet by shooting the floor.
The Ithaca 37
shotgun is used by an Allcom Guard
The Ithaca 37
shotgun is fired by an Allcom Guard.
Mossberg 590A1 SBS
Some FBI SWAT agents are armed with the Mossberg 590A1 SBS shotgun.
On the right, the shotgun is seen.
The FBI SWAT member on the left has a Mossberg.
The M16A2 is seen being wielded by an American Soldier with an M203 grenade launcher attached when Jennings and Rachel look into the future and see the imprisonment of people.
is seen being wielded by an American Soldier with an M203
grenade launcher attached when Jennings and Rachel look into the future and see the imprisonment of people.
Heckler & Koch G36C
An FBI undercover agent at Allcom uses a Heckler & Koch G36C fitted with a C-More sight optic to "retire" Michael Jennings but the tracer round ends up hitting Rethrick instead.
Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
A tracer round is loaded. Note the backwards text on the gun as this shot is reversed.
Closeup of the selector switch.
Closeup of the C-More sight optic mounted on the G36C.
Taking aim through the C-More sight optic.
For whatever reason even though the G36 has a C-More sight optic it shows a sniper type sight.
The tracer round leaves the G36C.
Several of the FBI SWAT members are armed with M4A1s when they sweep the Allcom Campus.
Several of the FBI SWAT members are armed with M4A1s
when they sweep the Allcom Campus.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Heckler & Koch MP5A3s are used by a couple of Allcom guards and the FBI SWAT team. Some of these are fitted with RIS foregrips and C-more sights. Jennings is also seen wielding the weapon.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with navy trigger group - 9x19mm.
Allcom guards armed with MP5A3's respond.
On the right, an Allcom guard holds the MP5A3.
Jennings takes up the MP5A3.
Jennings fires the MP5A3.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with "tropical" (wide) forearm, the one in the film had rails, a foregrip and a reflex sight attachment
An FBI SWAT agent armed with the MP5A3.
Hecker & Koch MP5K PDW
Several FBI SWAT agents are armed with the Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW.
The MP5K on the far right.
Advanced M26 Taser
When Jennings resists arrest, FBI Special Agent Dodge (Joe Morton) incapacitates him with an Advanced M26 Taser.
Closeup of Agent Dodge's M26 Taser as it begins to deploy.
The darts are deployed on Jennings.
The M203 grenade launcher is seen mounted on an American soldier's M16A2 in a flash forward.
grenade launcher is seen mounted on an American soldier's M16A2
in a flash forward.
A .45 ACP hollow-point round is one of the items in the envelope mailed to Jennings.
A boy holds a toy revolver.
Despite the red tip on a 5.56mm being indication of a tracer round the round is not a tracer.
Jennings drops the magazine from his SIG P229 Sport and kicks it onto an electrified rail to produce an explosion.