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Punisher: War Zone
Cinema poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
CAN.jpg Canada
GER.jpg Germany
Directed by Lexi Alexander
Release Date 2008
Language English
Studio Marvel Knights
Valhalla Motion Pictures
MHF Zweite Academy Film
Distributor Lionsgate
Main Cast
Character Actor
Frank Castle / The Punisher Ray Stevenson
Billy "The Beaut" Russotti / Jigsaw Dominic West
Angela Donatelli Julie Benz
Paul Budiansky Colin Salmon
James Russoti / Loony Bin Jim (LBJ) Doug Hutchison
NYPD Detective Martin Soap Dash Mihok
Linus Lieberman / Microchip Wayne Knight
NYPD Captain Ross Ron Lea

Punisher: War Zone is the third feature film adaptation of the Marvel Comics character Frank Castle, aka "The Punisher". The 2008 action film features Ray Stevenson as Castle, who does battle with a disfigured mob enforcer known as Jigsaw. This film follows two other adaptations: a 1989 film starring Dolph Lundgren and a 2004 version starring Thomas Jane, although it is a sequel to neither. The Punisher would return beginning in 2016 with Jon Bernthal in the role in the MCU Netflix series Daredevil and then in his own 2017 standalone series.

The following weapons were used in the film Punisher: War Zone:


Beretta 92FS Inox (converted to full auto)

Frank Castle aka The Punisher (Ray Stevenson) carries two stainless Beretta 92FS Inox pistols with extended magazines in tactical holsters throughout the whole film. He most notably uses them in the beginning shootout. Microchip (Wayne Knight) is also seen handing Castle a couple of Berettas after Castle decides to go after Jigsaw (Dominic West). The Berettas in the film have been converted to fire full-auto. In the Punisher comics, contrary to this film, Castle's favorite firearm is the M1911A1, specifically Springfield Armory ones.

Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
Microchip (Wayne Knight) holds two Berettas in a publicity still.
Frank Castle (Ray Stevenson) wields his two Beretta 92FS Inoxs akimbo in a publicity still.
Castle holsters his Beretta during the mansion shootout.
Castle fires his Berettas on full auto in the recycling center.
Castle's Berettas run empty.
Castle checks, loads, and manually decocks the Berettas. Note how the one on the left is a newer model, while the one on the right is an older model Beretta.
Castle reloads his Berettas during the hotel shootout.
Castle aims his Berettas during the hotel shootout.

Beretta 92SB

Billy Russotti's aka Jigsaw's thug Pittsy (Mark Camacho) carries a Beretta 92SB fitted with pearl grips as his sidearm, and uses it a couple of times in the film. FBI Special Agent Budianski (Colin Salmon) also takes Pittsy's Beretta during the Donatelli kidnapping. A Beretta 92SB is also seen in one of Tiberiu Bulat's (Aubert Pallascio) Russian thug's gun packs, during the "Punisher party" near the end of the film.

Beretta Model 92SB - 9x19mm (note rounded trigger guard and flat bottom magazine).
Pittsy holds his Beretta.
Pittsy on the background with his Beretta.
"Where do you think you're going? Castle!" Agent Budiansky (Colin Salmon) holds Pittsy's Beretta on Castle.
Agent Budiansky holds the Russotti brothers on gunpoint with his Glock 17 and Pittsy's Beretta 92SB.
The Beretta on the left.

Beretta 9000S

Angela Donatelli (Julie Benz) briefly wields a Beretta 9000S when Castle comes to see the Donatellis.

Beretta 9000S - 9x19mm
Angela holds the Beretta on Castle.
Close-up of Angela's Beretta.

Colt M1911A1

The Colt M1911A1 is the pistol of choice for the Punisher in the comics, though in the film, the only time he touches one is when he is seen disassembling and cleaning an M1911A1 in the beginning. A Irish mobster is also briefly seen with an M1911A1 when Jigsaw and LBJ are "recruiting". A gangbanger is also seen with a couple of M1911A1s during the hotel shootout.

World War II issued Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP
The M1911A1 on Castle's gun rack.
Castle cleans his M1911A1.
An Irish thug in the middle is waving his M1911A1 in the air.
A gangbanger with a pair of M1911A1s.

Glock 17

Glock 17 appears to be the sidearm of NYPD officers and detectives in the film, including Officer Saffiotti (Tony Calabretta) and Martin Soap (Dash Mihok). FBI Special Agent Budianski (Colin Salmon) also carries a Glock 17 as his sidearm.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Officer Saffiotti (Tony Calabretta) points his Glock 17 at Castle.
Agent Budianski aims his Glock 17 at Castle.
Budianski holds his Glock 17 on Castle.
Det. Soap loads up his Glock.

Heckler & Koch USP Compact Tactical

Frank Castle (Ray Stevenson) uses a Heckler & Koch USP Compact Tactical with a spurred hammer as a back-up for his Berettas during the first half of the film, kept in a tactical tight-holster. Castle most notably uses it during the mansion and recycling warehouse shootouts. Micro's ex-gangbanger friend Carlos (Carlos Gonzalez-Vio) also purchases another one of these pistols from an acquaintance (as part of Microchip's unofficial "buy-back" program). Castle then holds the USP on Carlos' throat in Micro's apartment.

Heckler & Koch USP Compact Tactical - .45 ACP
Castle (Ray Stevenson) fires his Heckler & Koch USP Compact Tactical during the mansion shootout.
Castle fires the USP during the recycling center shootout.
Carlos (Carlos Gonzalez-Vio) purchases a H&K USP Compact Tactical from a gangbanger acquaintance, and checks the action.
Castle holding the pistols to Carlos's throat.

Makarov PM

During the meeting with Jigsaw, one of Cristu Bulat's (David Vadim) bodyguards draws a Makarov PM.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Bulat's bodyguard holds his Makarov PM on Ink, who is armed with a SIG-Sauer P230.
The Russian on the foreground holds the Makarov.

Ruger KP94

Billy Russotti aka "Jigsaw" (Dominic West) keeps a pair of Ruger KP94s as his sidearms. He most notably uses them during the climax. Billy also gives one to his brother Loony Bin Jim (Doug Hutchison).

Ruger KP94DC - 9x19mm
Jigsaw does brass-checks on his two guns.
Loony Bin Jim (Doug Hutchison) holds the gun on Castle.
LBJ holds Billy's Ruger on the Donatellis. Note how the weapon is a plastic or hard rubber prop cast from the real thing for the safety of the child involved in this scene.
Jigsaw (Dominic West) holding the Ruger KP94 on Micro (Wayne Knight).
Jigsaw fires at Castle.
Jigsaw fires a wild round with his Ruger while struggling with Frank.

EAA Witness

James Russotti, aka Loony Bin Jim (Doug Hutchison) carries a pair of nickel plated EAA Witnesses as his sidearms. He apparently loses them after he's apprehended, because during the climax he is seen using one of Billy's Ruger KP94s.

EAA Witness Full Sized - 9x19mm
LBJ pulls a pair of nickel plated EAA Witnesses before entering the Donatelli residence.
James with one of his EAA Witnesses.
Jigsaw and LBJ exchange fire with Agent Budianski. Billy fires his Ruger KP94, while Jimmy fires his EAA Witnesses akimbo.
Both Billy and James run empty.

AMC Auto Mag Pistol

Carlos (Carlos Gonzalez-Vio) purchases a AMC Auto Mag Pistol, among other handguns, from a fellow gangbanger before carrying them back to Microchip. The gun seems to be a rib-less version of the .44 Automag.

TDE Automag 280 - .44 AMP
Carlos examining his purchase.

SIG-Sauer P230

Pittsy's son, Ink (Keram Malicki-Sanchez) carries a SIG-Sauer P230 as his sidearm throughout the film. He most notably uses it at the recycling warehouse to shoot at Castle. He also pulls it on Christu Bulat's bodyguard during the meeting.

SIG-Sauer P230 in Stainless Steel finish - .380 ACP (9mm kurz)
Ink (Keram Malicki-Sanchez) holds his SIG-Sauer P230 at the recycling warehouse.
Ink fires at Castle.
Ink holds his SIG-Sauer P230 on Bulat's bodyguard.
Ink on the right holds his P230 on the gun-toting Russian.

Smith & Wesson Model 500

Frank Castle (Ray Stevenson) uses two Smith & Wesson Model 500 revolvers during the course of film. The first one he uses is a plain version with an extended ejector shroud. Halfway through the film, Castle switches his USP Compact Tactical to the plain Model 500, and carries it in the tactical leg holster. He is most notably seen using it when he is looking for Micro in his apartment. The other Smith & Wesson Model 500 Castle carries is a Smith & Wesson Performance Center version of the gun. It has a Knight's Armament RIS setup, sights, a tactical flashlight, a laser, and a black suppressor installed. He uses the second Model 500 most notably during the climax, also carrying it in the tactical thigh holster. During the final confrontation Jigsaw (Dominic West) relieves Frank of the weapon, and empties three of the four remaining rounds into Frank's bulletproof vest, then tosses the weapon back to him to "decide" how to use the last one. Frank also uses it at the end to save Soap from a mugger.

Screen Used Smith and Wesson Model 500 with extended ejector shroud and Muzzle Brake - .500 S&W Magnum. This is a screen used gun held by Castle (Ray Stevenson)
Castle (Ray Stevenson) holds his stainless steel Smith & Wesson Model 500 with extended ejector shroud at ready.
Castle searches Micro's apartment.
Castle holds the revolver as he finds Carlos.
Castle cocks the revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 500 Performance Center - .500 S&W Magnum
After forcing Castle to throw down his gun, Jigsaw (Dominic West) checks the cylinder.
Jigsaw fires Castle's Model 500 at him.
"Ho, ho, ho! Nice shooter!"
Castle holds his Model 500.
Castle fires the revolver.
Castle aiming the revolver at the mugger at the end. The revolver's sights can be seen from afar.

A couple of gangbangers are also seen with plain, short-barreled Smith & Wesson Model 500 revolvers during the hotel shootout.

Smith & Wesson Model 500 with 4" Barrel - .500 S&W Magnum
A gangbanger runs up the stairs with a short S&W Model 500.

Smith & Wesson Model 640 Centennial

Special Agent Budianski (Colin Salmon) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 640 Centennial as his back-up gun. He is briefly seen pulling it on Castle in an alley, but Castle turns the tables and disarms Budianski of his gun.

Smith & Wesson Model 640 Centennial - .357 Magnum
Castle holds Budianski's own Smith on him.
Castle unloads Budianski's gun.

Smith & Wesson 39

Frank Castle (Ray Stevenson) pulls out a Smith & Wesson 39 from Nicky's (Romano Orzari) jacket, when his Berettas and his USP run out of ammo. It is never seen again, though.

Smith & Wesson Model 39-2 - 9x19mm
Castle with Nicky's gun.

Walther P22

Frank Castle has an Umarex "Walther P22 S", a blank firing replica of the Walther P22, hanging on the wall in his armory.

Umarex "Walther P22 S", stainless slide - 9mm P.A.K. blanks

Walther P99

A triad is seen firing a pair of two-tone Walther P99s akimbo during the hotel shootout.

Walther P99 with stainless steel slide - 9x19mm
The triad on the left firing his P99s. The triad on the right has a H&K G36C. Note how the image has been reversed; the external extractors on the Walthers are on the wrong sides.

A mob henchman is also briefly seen holding a plain Walther P99 during the mansion shootout.

Walther P99 - 9x19mm
A henchman lies dead with his P99 in hand (circled in pink).

Ruger Super Redhawk

A gangbanger is briefly seen with a scoped Ruger Super Redhawk during the hotel shootout.

Ruger Super Redhawk with scope, target grey finish and 9 1/2" barrel - .480 Ruger
A gangbanger with a Ruger Super Redhawk (circled in red).

Smith & Wesson 5904

One of the criminals Jigsaw and Looney Bin Jim recruit is briefly seen holding an early model Smith & Wesson 5904 during the hotel shootout.

Early Model Smith & Wesson 5904 - 9x19mm. This has the finger step contoured trigger guard that would later be replaced by the round trigger guard
A criminal holding a S&W 5904.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

A gangbanger is briefly seen firing a Smith & Wesson Model 19 at Castle.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum
A gangbanger fires the Model 19.

Smith & Wesson Model 686

A gangbanger is seen with a Smith & Wesson Model 686 just before the hotel shootout.

Smith & Wesson Model 686 4" Barrel - .357 Magnum
A gangbanger holds his Model 686.

Desert Eagle

A gangbanger is very briefly seen holding a Desert Eagle during the hotel shootout.

Magnum Research Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum
A gangbanger holds the Desert Eagle (circled in yellow).

Smith & Wesson Model 442 Centennial

A mob guard during the mansion shootout in the beginning is briefly seen with a Smith & Wesson Model 442 Centennial revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model 442 Airweight - .38 Special
The guard dies with his snubbie in hand.

Unknown snub-nosed revolver

Near the end of the film, an anonymous mugger (Jean-Loup Yale) points an unknown revolver at Det. Martin Soap, demanding his wallet.

"Gimme your fuckin' wallet."

Submachine Guns

Brügger & Thomet MP-9

During the mansion gunfight in the beginning, a thug is seen armed with a Brügger & Thomet MP-9.

Brügger & Thomet MP-9 - 9x19mm
The thug starts crawling towards the MP-9...
...gets his hand on it...
...and just manages to lift it before Castle drops him with two quick bullets.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Frank Castle (Ray Stevenson) carries a pair of custom Heckler & Koch MP5Ks in back holsters. The MP5Ks have satin nickel receivers, and the guns have had their foregrips removed, making them true "machine pistols", they also have rails added to the top of them and, bizarrely, seem to have M16A4/M4A1-like rear sight sections mounted on them (see images below). Castle uses these custom guns during the shootout in the beginning. When the guns run dry, he dumps them, and we don't see them again.

Heckler & Koch MP5K with SEF trigger group and forward handguard removed - 9x19mm
The two MP5Ks on Castle's gun rack.
A shot of the two MP5Ks in Castle's back holsters, just before he draws them.
Castle prepares to fire the MP5Ks.
Castle fires the MP5Ks while spinning upside down. Note how the scene is possibly a tribute to 3000 Miles to Graceland and/or The Boondock Saints.
Castle dumps his customized MP5Ks.

Several Chines Triads are also seen using plain MP5Ks during the hotel shootout.

Heckler & Koch MP5K with SEF trigger group - 9x19mm. This is a very well worn Motion picture weapon
A triad hands another triad an MP5K.
A triad fires an MP5K.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

A couple of Heckler & Koch MP5A3s are seen during the mansion shootout. Most of them seem to be rubber props, though. Some of the henchmen in Billy Russotti's (Dominic West) recycling warehouse also carry Heckler & Koch MP5A3s. A couple of triads are also seen with MP5A3s during the hotel shootout.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with "tropical" (wide) forearm - 9x19mm
A mob henchman tries to shoot Castle with an MP5A3. Note how the prop's sight is closed up. A clear sign of the casting process.
A henchman is shot by Castle during the recycling warehouse shootout.
One of Billy's henchmen is seen holding an MP5A3 when the FBI raids the warehouse.
A triad on the right is seen loading up an MP5A3.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

An FBI agent is briefly seen armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5A2 during the arrest of Christu Bulat after his meeting with Jigsaw at the harbor.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight and Navy trigger group - 9x19mm
An agent is armed with an MP5A2 (circled in red).

Heckler & Koch MP5SD

One of the FBI Agents with Agent Ross during his meeting with Jigsaw carries a Heckler & Koch MP5SD.

Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 with S-E-F trigger group and stock extended - 9x19mm
An FBI agent armed with a H&K MP5SD (circled in red).


Several criminals use the IMI Uzi during the hotel shootout. One is also seen being loaded by a criminal just before the hotel shootout.

IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
A criminal slaps the magazine into the Uzi.
A criminal holds his Uzi.
A gangbanger goes down with his Uzi in hand.

Smith & Wesson 76

Several criminals are seen armed with Smith & Wesson 76 sub-machine guns during the hotel shootout.

Smith & Wesson M76 - 9x19mm‎
A criminal fires the 76 at Castle during the hotel shootout near the end.
Another criminal fires his 76 at Castle.

CZ Vz.61 Skorpion

A CZ Vz.61 Skorpion is briefly seen being unpacked by a Russian henchman just before the hotel shootout near the end. It is later seen in the hands of a Russian, who uses it until he dies.

CZ Skorpion Vz.61 with 20 round magazine - .32 ACP
A Skorpion is taken from the Russians' gun pack. Note how the gun's magazine is missing.
The Russian goes down with a Skorpion.


M4A1 Carbine

Frank Castle (Ray Stevenson) has a custom short-barreled M4A1-type carbine in his armory, which he uses most notably during the hotel shootout. The carbine is equipped with KAC Quad-rails, a C-More red dot optic sight, a DoubleStar single picatinny rail AR-15 gas block, an Advanced Armament Corp M4-2000 suppressor, and a short-barreled AG-C grenade launcher. The grenade launcher is actually a Madbull AGX airsoft prop. The rifle is referred to by the Armorer on the behind-the-scenes feature as an M4 with a short barrel. Note: It is NOT a Heckler & Koch HK416 as some have speculated. A couple of FBI agents are seen armed with M4A1 carbines during the arrest of Christu Bulat after the meeting with Jigsaw.

Rock River Arms Tactical CAR-A4 Carbine with EOTech 552.A65 Holographic sights, a GG&G A2-style BUIS (Back Up Iron Sight), Hogue rubber pistol grip, SureFire M73 1913 Picatinny fore end rail system, and SureFire M951XM05 tactical light w/M49 mount (for M73 rail) - 5.56x45mm
Frank Castle holds the M4A1 in a publicity photo.
Castle fires his M4A1 in a publicity still.
Castle readies his M4A1 carbine before the hotel shootout.
Castle shoulders his carbine after crashing into the hotel through a boarded window!
Castle fires the carbine.
Close-up of the stock.
Castle searches for enemies, his carbine at the ready.
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Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
An FBI agent in the middle is armed with an M4A1.
An FBI agent is armed with an M4A1 (circled in purple).

Heckler & Koch SL8-4

Frank Castle (Ray Stevenson) uses a Heckler & Koch SL8-4 to snipe one of the members of Maginty's gang between the eyes, then to kneecap Maginty himself.

Heckler & Koch SL8-4 - 5.56x45mm
Ray Stevenson as Frank Castle holds the SL8 in a publicity still.
Frank Castle (Ray Stevenson) fires the SL8.
Frank Castle aims his rifle.

Heckler & Koch G3A3

The Chinese Triads set out a Heckler & Koch G3 battle rifle before the final hotel shootout, although we never see them use the rifle.

Heckler & Koch G3A3 with slimline handguard - 7.62x51mm NATO
The G3A3 is visible next to the Triad.

Heckler & Koch G36C

Several Chinese Triads use Heckler & Koch G36C rifles during the final shootout.

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
Some of the Triads go down while gripping their rifles. The one second to the left is holding a G36C with a G36E carry handle.
A Triad fires his rifle.

Heckler & Koch G36K

The Chinese Triads set out and use Heckler & Koch G36K rifles before and during the final shootout. One is also seen in Frank Castle's hideout.

Heckler & Koch G36K - 5.56x45mm
The G36K is visible next to the Triad (second to the right).
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Beretta CX4 Storm

During the hotel shootout near the end of the film, a couple of the Chinese Triads are seen armed with Beretta Cx4 Storms.

Beretta CX4 Storm - 9x19mm
A Chinese Triad fires a Beretta CX4 Storm during the hotel shootout.
A Triad goes down holding his CX4 (circled in white).

SIG SG 552

Several FBI agents are armed with SIG SG 552 rifles during the arrest of Christu Bulat.

SIG SG 552 - 5.56x45mm
An FBI agent is armed with a SIG SG 552 (circled in green).

Zastava M70

During the mansion shootout in the beginning, a couple of gangsters are seen armed with fixed stock Zastava M70B1s, the Yugoslavian variant of the AK-47. The rifles used by the mansion guards in the beginning seem to be fitted with AK-74 flash hiders.

Zastava M70B1 fixed stock rifle - 7.62x39mm

Several of the Russians working for Tiberiu are seen armed with folding stock Zastava M70AB2s during the hotel shootout.

Zastava M70AB2 folding stock rifle - 7.62x39mm
The Russians arm themselves with the Zastavas.
The Russians open fire on the Chinese Triads during the hotel shootout. The Russian on the left is armed with a Zastava M70AB2.


Several of Tiberiu's Russian thugs carry AKS-74U carbines during the final shootout.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
A Russian arms himself with an AKS-74U.
A Russian passes along an AKS-74U while Tiberiu (Aubert Pallascio) watches.
The Russians open fire on the Chinese Triads during the hotel shootout. The guy on the right is holding an AKS-74U.
A Russian gangster opens fire on the Chinese, armed with an AKS-74U (circled in purple).

Ruger Mini-14

A gangbanger is briefly seen fiddling with the cocking handle of his Ruger Mini-14 with synthetic stock when preparing for the "Punisher party".

Ruger Mini-14 with synthetic stock - 5.56x45mm
The gangbanger on the right is armed with a Mini-14.


A gangbanger is briefly seen handing out an L1A1 when they are preparing to fight the Punisher, just before the hotel shootout.

L1A1 with wood furniture - 7.62x51mm NATO
Note the wooden furniture.


Franchi PA3

When Jigsaw (Dominic West) and Loony Bin Jim (Doug Hutchison) visit the Donatellis, Ink (Keram Malicki-Sanchez) carries a Franchi PA3 shotgun. Jigsaw later uses it to threaten the Donatellis and force Agent Budianski (Colin Salmon) to surrender his gun.

Franchi PA3/215 - 12 gauge
Ink holds the Franchi behind Angela (Julie Benz).
Jigsaw holds the Franchi as he smiles at Agent Budianski.
Ink holds the shotgun casually next to Pittsy.
Castle walks into the room, holding Ink's Franchi.

12 Gauge Double-Barreled Sawed-Off Shotgun

A gangbanger is briefly seen wielding a 12 Gauge Double-Barreled Sawed-Off Shotgun briefly before the "Punisher party".

Remington Spartan Sawed-Off shotgun - 12 gauge
The gangbanger on the left is holding a Lupara sawed-off shotgun.

Winchester Model 1300

A gangbanger is seen holding a Winchester Model 1300 Defender shotgun when preparing to fight the Punisher.

Winchester Model 1300 with extended tube & rubber Butt pad - 12 gauge
A gangbanger with his Model 1300 (circled in red). Note the cocking handle, which is characteristic to the Winchester 1200/1300 series of shotguns.


Madbull AGX Grenade Launcher

Frank Castle (Ray Stevenson) has a shortened version of the Heckler & Koch AG-C grenade launcher attached on his rifle, perhaps to make it lighter and handier in close quarters. He most notably uses it during the hotel shootout near the end to dispatch a group of gangbangers. The launcher fires some kind of air burst grenade, which explodes in mid-air. Prop wise, this is an airsoft launcher called the Madbull AGX.

Airsoft Madbull AGX Grenade Launcher
Castle snaps the breech of the grenade launcher closed, and swithches te safety off.
Castle rams the rifle through the through the door to take out the gangbangers waiting for him.

Cobray CM79LF 37mm Launcher

Midway through the film, Frank Castle uses a stand alone Cobray 37mm Launcher to dispatch one of Maginty's (T. J. Storm) parkour crew. Strangely, the effects make the weapon seem like a guided missile launcher.

Cobray M79LF stand alone launcher - 37mm
The "missile" in flight- Note how it's made to seem like a guided missile launcher.
Castle (Ray Stevenson) holds the smoking gun, so to speak.

M4X Knife

Frank's combat/utility knife is used to perform one of his first kills of the movie, nearly decapitating mob boss Gaetano Cesare, before being plunged into the crown of another dining mafioso's skull.

This "M4X" is a custom piece made by Daniel M. Certo.
A production still showing Ray Stevenson holding the knife.
Castle sharpens his blade in the film.


Assorted handguns

Several gangbangers are seen with assorted handguns during the "recruiting" montage. Also during the hotel shootout some gangbangers are seen with various handguns, which are too hard to identify.

Several gangbangers are armed with various hansguns. Only the Desert Eagle (circled in yellow) is clear enough to identify.

Castle's Armory

Frank Castle has an extensive armory, which I'm separating from the rest of the gun entries. The following is a list of guns in Frank Castle's armory

A shot of Castle's armory from the beginning
Another shot of his armory from the beginning

Guns in this image:

A shot of Castle's armory as Micro and Castle talk.
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A shot of Castle's Armory as he's preparing his rifle for the final shootout.

Micro's armory

In addition to Frank Castle's extensive armory seen during the course of the film, Microchip (Wayne Knight) also possesses a collection of firearms in his apartment.

Micro (Wayne Knight) holds a pair of Berettas in a publicity still which also shows his armory.

In this image above:

A shot of Micro's armory.
A closer look.
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