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Point of No Return
Point of No Return is the 1993 US remake of Luc Besson's 1990 thriller La Femme Nikita. The remake stars Bridget Fonda as Maggie, a young drug-addicted woman whose execution is faked in order to recruit her into a secret government agency with the the intent of turning her into a covert assassin. The film was directed by John Badham (Blue Thunder) and released in some countries under the title The Assassin.
The following weapons were used in the film Point of No Return:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Bob (Gabriel Byrne) gives Maggie Hayward (Bridget Fonda) a Hammerli 280 and an extra magazine to assassinate the "V.I.P." (Robert Apisa) target in the restaurant.
The Washington, DC police officers during the opening drugstore robbery use Beretta 92F pistols. Maggie Hayward (Bridget Fonda) uses one during her training to take out several targets.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Several thugs throughout the film use Beretta 92FS Inox pistols. Maggie Hayward (Bridget Fonda) takes a Beretta from one of the men she was with during the opening drugstore robbery. Several court officers during Maggie's sentencing also have Beretta Inoxes. These are also carried by some of the government operatives that train Maggie/Claudia and the bodyguard of Claudia's New Orleans target, as well as some of Fahd Bahktiar's bodyguards.
Some of the V.I.P.'s henchmen in the restaurant carry Glock 17 pistols, firing them at Maggie. Angela's bodyguards (Kenny Endoso and Gary Kasper) each carry a Glock 17 in a shoulder holster, drawing them before being shot by Beth.
Heckler & Koch P7M8
Beth (Lorraine Toussaint) uses a suppressed Heckler & Koch P7M8 to shoot Angela's bodyguards.
Smith & Wesson 659
Maggie (Bridget Fonda) takes a Smith & Wesson 659 from Bob (Gabriel Byrne) to try and commit suicide after being caught. After she tries to shoot herself and the gun doesn't go off, Bob takes it back and tells her "Rule number one: Never chamber the first round." He then chambers the pistol and fires a shot into Maggie's leg.
Smith & Wesson Model 19
One of the thugs robbing the drugstore shoots the owner with a Smith & Wesson Model 19.
Claudia (Bridget Fonda) uses a suppressed Walther P5 when she is sent to assassinate Fahd Bahktiar (Richard Romanus).
One of the operatives gives Claudia (Bridget Fonda) a black Walther PPK with brown grips after she completes her mission at the Marriott, telling her to "go home". Victor the Cleaner (Harvey Keitel) uses a suppressed PPK to eliminate one of the other operatives.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
One of the guards at the government building is armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 equipped with a laser sight that he holds on Maggie when she takes Bob hostage.
The Calico M100 is also seen held by a guard when Maggie takes Bob hostage.
One of the V.I.P.'s henchmen searching for Maggie in the restaurant has a Micro Uzi.
One of the thugs shot by Maggie in the restaurant uses a Beretta M12.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
The drugstore owner (Geoffrey Lewis) aims a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun at the thieves in his store at the beginning.
One of the thugs robbing the drugstore in the beginning has an Armsel Striker.
Mossberg 500 Bullpup
One of the thugs (Henry Kingi) uses a Mossberg 500 Bullpup shotgun to try and kill Maggie in the restaurant. He later attaches some sort of grenade to it.
Anschutz .22 LR sniper rifle
While in New Orleans, Claudia (Bridget Fonda) is told to look for an Anschutz .22 LR target rifle under the sink, which she uses to assassinate a female target. Despite being a bolt-action rifle, the rifle is shown to fire semi-automatic shots.
Steyr-Mannlicher SSG-PII Rifle
A DC police officer (Mic Rodgers) fires a Steyr SSG sniper rifle fitted with a night vision scope at the thugs robbing the drugstore.