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Saw V

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Saw V
Saw v ver4.jpg
Movie Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by David Hackl
Release Date 2008
Language English
Studio Twisted Pictures
Distributor Lionsgate
Main Cast
Character Actor
Detective Lieutenant Mark Hoffman Costas Mandylor
Special Agent Peter Strahm Scott Patterson
Jigsaw/John Kramer Tobin Bell
Special Agent Dan Erickson Mark Rolston
Jill Tuck Betsy Russell
Brit Stevenson Julie Benz
Mallick Scott Greg Bryk


Saw V is a 2008 American horror film directed by David Hackl from a screenplay by Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan. It is the fifth installment in the Saw franchise. The film stars Costas Mandylor, Tobin Bell, Scott Patterson, Betsy Russell and Mark Rolston and was released in the United States on October 24, 2008, by Lionsgate.

After the end of the fourth film, Peter Strahm tries by any means to find Jigsaw's accomplice. While conducting his own investigation, he comes face to face with Detective Mark Hoffman. At the same time, Hoffman conducts a new game, the victims of which are five people, who were all in some way involved in a case of arson in which eight people were killed. A sequel, titled Saw VI, was released in 2009.



The following weapons were used in the film Saw V:


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Handguns

Beretta 92FS

In archive footage from the Saw IV, Daniel Rigg (Lyriq Bent) uses the Beretta 92FS again, when Agent Strahm realizes that all of Hoffman's rivals must have died.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
In a short excerpt from the Saw IV, Rigg shoots Art Blanc.

Glock 17

Special Agent Peter Strahm (Scott Patterson), Special Agent Dan Erickson (Mark Rolston) and Detective Lieutenant Mark Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) use a 2nd Generation Glock 17 throughout the all film. In the continuation of the previous film in the beginning, Strahm uses it to kill Jeff (Angus Macfadyen). After that, Peter aims ahead of himself when he finds a hidden passage in the wall, but is attacked by Hoffman wearing a Pig Mask. Unlike other test subjects in the games, Hoffman decides to execute Strahm in the unfair "Water Cube" trap, but the agent survives. While he tries to fight his way out, his service gun and other things are seen a few meters away from him on the barrel. When the police arrive, at least one officer has a holstered Glock 17. After being wounded and suspended from work, Strahm begins his own investigation. In archive footage from the Saw IV, Special Agent Lindsey Perez (Athena Karkanis) briefly holds her Glock 17 again. In a flashback, Hoffman returns home and, hearing muffled screams in the porch, draws out his pistol. Walking slowly along the corridor, he finds out the source of the noise - a woman (Quancetia Hamilton) with a naughty dog. The frightened detective points the gun at the dog, but when it with the owner leave, he holsters it. Erickson's (Mark Rolston) Glock 17 is seen in his holster at FBI Headquarters when he spots Strahm at his work place, suspended. Later, his pistol is briefly seen when Erickson notices the missing files in the archive. Continuing his investigation, Strahm visits the Razor Wire Maze from the first Saw and the operating room from the Saw III, where he also uses his Glock. In parallel with this, suspecting Strahm of involvement in Jigsaw case, Erickson gives Special Agent Cowan (Sheila Shah) the order to track Peter's mobile phone and, having received the coordinates, Erickson arrives at the catacombs, where the Fatal Five's Trial is taking place. There he draws out his pistol and keeps it ready until he finds the wounded winners Brit and Mallick and Hoffman's hideout (disguised as Strahm's hideout). After tracking Hoffman, Agent Strahm finds a house leading to underground tunnels where Hoffman is hiding. He goes down there, holding his pistol at the ready, until he finds his new test - a Glass Coffin. At this time, Hoffman watches Agent Strahm with a gun in his hand, but Peter outwitted him by hiding behind the door and takes the detective at gunpoint. A fight ensues between them, during which Hoffman is locked in a Glass Coffin. When the walls of the room begin to move, Strahm picks up the dropped gun from the floor and tries to shoot through the lock of the Glass Coffin, but with no result. As before in Saw III, a sound error is made. In the compactor room scene, Strahm's Glock sounds as though it is suppressed.

Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9x19mm Parabellum
Strahm points his Glock 17 in front of himself, finding a hidden exit from the operating room in the opening scene of the film.
All of Strahm’s belongings, including his gun, lie a few meters away when he passes the "Water Cube" test.
A police officer closes the ambulance door with wounded Strahm. He has a Glock 17 in his belt holster. This can be identified by the characteristic grip insert at the bottom of the frame.
In archive footages from Saw IV Special Agent Lindsey Perez (Athena Karkanis) briefly holds her Glock 17 again.
Hearing screams, Hoffman pulls a pistol from its holster...
... and slowly moves towards the source of the noise.
Hoffman wants to check the room with his Glock.
At the FBI Headquarters, Erickson goes to check the file archive after spotting Strahm being suspended from work. His Glock is seen in a holster on his belt.
Leading his own investigation, Strahm descends into the basement of an abandoned house, where Paul Leahy (Mike Butters) was tested in the first film. In the light of the flashlight can be clearly seen "Glock 17 Austria".
The agent's gun is tucked into pants when he realizes Hoffman's involvement.
Peter bursts into the house, apparently intending to apprehend Hoffman. Since it is unknown exactly whose house this is, it can be assumed that this is a temporary shelter rented by a detective.
A little later, he finds a hatch leading to underground tunnels and descends there with the gun.
Going downstairs, he finds a room with a Glass Coffin and a tape recorder.
While listening to the tape, Strahm hears a suspicious sound and turns with his pistol.
Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) sets out to lure Strahm into a trap and listens carefully to what is happening in the room, holding the Glock at the ready. Note that at this point the barrel of the pistol looks too small for a 9mm.
Erickson (Mark Rolston) is shocked to find Strahm's secret hideout, Jigsaw's successor, he thought.
Strahm points his pistol at Hoffman, believing that his main enemy is defeated.
Erickson holds the Glock 17 in Strahm's fake hideout.
Agent Strahm fires his Glock in an attempt to break the lock on a Glass Coffin in the compactor room.

Smith & Wesson 5946

In archive footage from the Saw IV, Eric Matthew's old sidearm, the Smith & Wesson 5946, is once again briefly seen in the hands of Jeff (Angus Macfadyen) just before he is shot by Agent Strahm, when Peter realizes that all of Hoffman's rivals must have died.

Smith & Wesson 5946 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Jeff (Angus Macfadyen) drops the Smith & Wesson 5946 after being shot by Agent Strahm in archive footage from the Saw IV.

Ruger GP-100

When Strahm reveals Hoffman's involvement with Jigsaw and looks at the police files of the players from the Nerve Gas House, we see a flashback from the second film, in which Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) and Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) prepare to game. The detective pulls a Ruger GP100 from under his jacket and hands it to John. Kramer mounts the revolver in "Magnum Eyehole" trap and, together with Mark, checks its performance and loads the ammo. After all the preparations, they both leave the room.

Ruger GP100 with stainless steel, 6" barrel and "Lett" grips - .357 Magnum
Hoffman brings the Ruger to the Safe Room in Nerve Gas House.
In a flashback, Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) sets up the Ruger GP100 in the trap seen in Saw II.
Then Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) loads a single cartridge into a "Magnum Eyehole" trap.
When everything is ready for the start of the game, John closes the door. At this moment, the "Lett" grips of the revolver is clearly seen.

Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic

In flashback to Saw IV, Eric (Donnie Wahlberg) shoots a Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic, which Art Blank (Justin Louis) gave him.

Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic with 5" barrel - .44 Magnum
Eric (Donnie Wahlberg) shoots a S&W at Rigg (Lyriq Bent).

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

When the police arrive at the Gideon meatpacking plant, where Eric and Hoffman played, a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 is seen in the hands of one of the SWAT officers. Later, when Agent Strahm realizes that all of Hoffman's rivals must have died, in alternative shots from the beginning of the film, the submachine gun is seen in the hands of an officer leaving the factory building.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Navy trigger group and MP5F stock - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Heckler & Koch MP5A3 is seen in the hands of one of the SWAT officers, who enters the building.
The SWAT officer leaves Gideon meatpacking plant. In his hands is an MP5A3.

Assault Rifles

Colt M4A1

When the police arrive at the Gideon meatpacking plant, where Eric and Hoffman played, an M4A1 is seen in the hands of several SWAT officers.

Colt M4A1 - 5.56x45mm
The leading officer runs up to the entrance with M4A1 carbine in hands. Note the barrel mounted flashlight.
Colt M4A1 with Aimpoint CompM2 sight and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
And two other officers with scoped rifles in the background.

Shotguns

12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

In a flashback, Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) attacks and kidnaps Mark Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) in the elevator of his own house. When Hoffman wakes up, Mark sees that he is chained to a "Shotgun Chair", which is a regular chair with straps on the armrests and a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun holding by another leather restrain bound around the Hoffman's chest and pointed to his head. Additionally, the trigger was connected to the arm restraints by a thin cord, which would be pulled tight once the victim tried to move his arms too much. Hoffman tries to gently free his hand, but stops as soon as he sees the cord tightening. Jigsaw explains that the detective is here because he he stages a murder of Seth Baxter (Joris Jarsky) disguised as one of Jigsaw's games. And after forcing Hoffman to explain himself, John pulls one of the shotgun's triggers, but nothing happens. After that he frees Mark and reveals that only the opposite chamber was loaded, and that the whole setup was a ploy to blackmail Hoffman into assisting Jigsaw in his future "games".

Stoeger imported Coach Western shotgun, for comparison - 12 gauge
Production shot of Hoffman and Jigsaw.
Hoffman regains consciousness and notices the barrel of a shotgun.
A close-up of the shotgun as Mark looks at it.
Hoffman awakens to find Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) has placed him in a trap strapped to a chair involving a side by side coach gun pointed at his chin.
A close up of the shotgun's trigger guard as Jigsaw places his finger on the trigger in Hoffman's trap.
John listens intently to Hoffman's confession as he slowly pulls the trigger.
After proving the change in the test subject using the example of Mark Hoffman, Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) takes off the shotgun and lets the detective go.
He also proves to Hoffman that the gun was loaded and he did not bluff.

Others

Billy the Puppet Gun

In archive footage from the Saw IV, the cannon hidden in the Billy's head shoots at Agent Perez (Athena Karkanis) again, when Agent Strahm realizes that all of Hoffman's rivals must have died.

In a short excerpt from the Saw IV, the doll's face explodes, shooting shrapnel.

Nails Bomb

During each trial of The Fatal Five's Trial, nail bombs were installed in the rooms, similar to the one in Troy trial. At the end of the allotted time, the bombs detonate, destroying everything that was in the room. In the first room with the neck ties, two bombs were planted, on either side of the TV. As soon as the tape ended, the device was triggered and the countdown started. The victims had fifteen minutes to pass the test. Everyone except Ashley Kazon (Laura Gordon) manages to free himself from the collars and leave the room before the explosion. The same bombs were installed in the second, third and fourth rooms. The essence of the test in the second room is that the victims must break the glass jars suspended from the ceiling in order to obtain the key to the rescue shelter. If they do not have time, they will die from the explosion, which is what happens to Charles Salomon (Carlo Rota), who decided to betray the others. A bath with several wires was waiting in the next room for the survivors. The test was that they had to connect all the wires to open the door. Otherwise, a bomb mounted on a small shelf on the wall will kill them. In this test, Luba Gibbs (Meagan Good) dies because of the betrayal of Brit Stevenson (Julie Benz). Bombs are also planted in the last room, but they are not activated, since Brit and Mallick Scott (Greg Bryk) have successfully passed the final test.

While the victims watch the tape with instructions, two bombs are visible next to the TV.
Close-up of one of the bombs in the neck ties room as Billy the Puppet explains their structure.
And as soon as the TV tape ends, the device on top of it is triggered and the bombs are activated. The victims now have fifteen minutes to get the keys out of the glass boxes, otherwise they will die.

Shotgun Collar

In archive footage from the Saw IV, Agent Strahm (Scott Patterson) finds Lynn’s (Bahar Soomekh) corpse with an activated Shotgun Collar.

In a short excerpt from the Saw IV, Strahm finds Lynn’s corpse in operating room. Note the spent shels.

See Also

Film Saw (2004)  •  Saw II (2005)  •  Saw III (2006)  •  Saw IV (2007)  •  Saw V (2008)  •  Saw VI (2009)  •  Saw 3D (2010)   •  Jigsaw (2017)   •  Spiral: From the Book of Saw (2021)  •  Saw X (2023)  •  Spiral 2 (TBA)
Television Untitled Spiral Spin-Off (TBA)

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