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Snatch is a 2000 British-American crime comedy film, written and directed by Guy Ritchie. It tells two distinct but interconnected stories: one concerning the conflict over a massive stolen diamond, and another about two underground boxing promoters who attempt to make a deal with a ruthless London crime lord and soon find themselves in way over their heads. The film stars Jason Statham, Stephen Graham, Brad Pitt, Alan Ford, Lennie James, and Rade Serbedzija.

The following weapons were used in the film Snatch:

Snatch (2000) U.S. release poster



Glock 17

Franky Four Fingers' accomplices during the jewel heist in Antwerp are all armed with second generation Glock 17 pistols.

A Generation 2 Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Franky's partners grab the Glock 17 pistols that are strapped to his chest.
One of the thieves brandishes his Glock 17.

Colt M1911A1

Boris "the Blade" Yurinov (Rade Serbedzija) shoots Franky Four Fingers (Benicio del Toro) in the head with a Colt M1911A1.

Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Boris shoots Franky in the head with his M1911A1.
Boris brandishes his M1911A1.

SIG-Sauer P228

A SIG-Sauer P228 pistol is used by the boxer John The Gun (Andy Till) to shoot himself in the head.

SIG-Sauer P228 - 9x19mm Parabellum. This is a really well worn movie blank adapted gun
"...and The Gun shot himself."

Heckler & Koch P7

When Vinny (Robbie Gee) threatens Bullet Tooth Tony (Vinnie Jones), he carries a Heckler & Koch P7 with a black finish. It is stated that the gun, along with Sol's Heckler & Koch P9S, are blank-firing "replicas". The prop itself, however, is a real P7 adapted to blank-fire.

Heckler & Koch P7 - 9x19mm Parabellum
A publicity still of Robbie Gee with his P7.
"What the f**k do you mean, 'replicas'?"
Sol shows off the P7 and P9S "replicas".
"They look the shit, don't they? And nobody is gonna argue. And I got some extra-loud blanks, just in case."
Sol holds up the P7 and P9S.
"In case we have to deafen them to death?"

Heckler & Koch P9S

Sol (Lennie James) uses a Heckler & Koch P9S to threaten Bullet Tooth Tony. The gun is also stated and demonstrated to be a "replica", but they should not be able to fire full-flash blanks out of the front of the barrel (like they do in the movie). The prop itself is a real P9S adapted to blank-fire, as there is no commercially-available blank replica of the P9S in real life.

Heckler & Koch P9S - 9x19mm Parabellum
Sol with his P9S.
Sol shows off the P9S and the P7M8 before giving them to Vinny.
Sol demonstrates the "replica" P9S by firing it in the car, shattering the side and rear windows.
"...and the fact you've got 'replica' written down the side of your gun."
The camera zooms in to see "Replica" stamped on the side of Sol's P9S.

IMI Desert Eagle Mark I

Bullet Tooth Tony (Vinnie Jones) famously carries a custom two-toned "Desert Eagle point-five-oh" with a stainless frame and black slide and barrel, with the flat surfaces on the slide polished. Cousin Avi (Dennis Farina) also tries to use the Desert Eagle in a later scene. The Desert Eagle used in the movie is the Mark I model (which was never available in .50 AE) and actually appears to be the .44 Magnum version, judging by the size of the bore.

IMI Desert Eagle Mark I - .357 Magnum
Bullet Tooth Tony holds his Desert Eagle to Sol's (Lennie James) head.
Tony lays his Desert Eagle "point five-oh" on the table. Note the teardrop safety found only on the Mark I models, which means that his Desert Eagle cannot be chambered for .50 AE (since the Mark I was never available in this caliber). It also features the stainless steel frame noted by the -S in the serial number.
Tony fires his Desert Eagle.
Tony shoots Boris the Blade, who refuses to die despite having an entire magazine emptied into him. Note that he fires a total of 8 rounds in this scene, which suggests that his Desert Eagle is actually a .44 Magnum model rather than .50 AE.

Walther PPK

In a flashback sequence, Charlie (Jason Ninh Cao) is shown shooting Tony six times with a stainless Walther PPK pistol (he later had the bullets molded into gold, and two mounted in his jaw to replace his missing teeth, hence his sobriquet "Bullet Tooth Tony"). As Charlie shoots Tony six times before running out of ammunition, it can be inferred that it is chambered in .380 ACP

Walther PPK stainless - .380 ACP
"Why don't you f**king die?!"
Charlie shoots Tony for the third, fourth, and fifth times.


Smith and Wesson Model 681

Tommy (Stephen Graham), Franky Four Fingers (Benicio del Toro), and Boris 'The Blade' Yurinov (Rade Serbedzija) are all seen with Smith & Wesson Model 681 revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 681 - .357 Magnum. This one has fixed sights
Franky Four Fingers robs the jewelers office of the 84 ct. stone with a Smith & Wesson Model 681.
Franky's Russian partner in the robbery (Velibor Topic) takes the unloaded Smith & Wesson Model 681 and tells him to buy a similar one from Boris later.
Boris "The Blade" Yurinov with an identical Smith & Wesson Model 681.
Tommy purchasing the Smith & Wesson Model 681 from Boris "The Blade" Yurinov.
Tommy tries to shoot the Smith & Wesson Model 681, only to discover that Boris has filed the firing pin, rendering it useless.

Taurus Model 85

A stainless Taurus Model 85 with a bobbed hammer is used by Tyrone and Vinnie throughout the film. The weapon is most noticeably seen in the hands of Vinnie when he and Sol attempt to rob the bookies. It is the first pattern Model 85 (Taurus has since changed the design of the Model 85 line).

Taurus Model 85 (classic model) in blued finish - .38 Special. Note the shape of the ejector shroud as opposed to the newer versions of this same revolver.
Vinnie aims his bobbed hammer stainless Model 85 at the teller...
...just before she activates the security screen that traps Vinnie's arm.

Submachine Guns

Sa vz. 61 Skorpion

An Sa vz. 61 Skorpion can be seen in Boris' gun cache.

Sa vz. 61 Skorpion - .32 ACP
The submachine gun can be seen under the Mossberg 500A.


Mossberg 500A Cruiser

A Mossberg 500 Cruiser is briefly seen in the introduction, when Boris the Blade pulls it out of his safe and pumps it. It is also seen on a table when Boris sells Franky Four Fingers his revolver, and later it is seen again in Boris' safe when Cousin Avi and Bullet Tooth Tony raid his home. A Mossberg 500 Cruiser also appears to be used by one of Mickey's friends, Darren, (Jason Flemyng) to shoot one of Brick Top's henchmen at the campsite.

Mossberg 500 Mariner Cruiser - 12 gauge
Boris pumps his compact Mossberg.
Darren aims a compact Mossberg at Brick Top's henchman.

Franchi SPAS-12

Vincent (Robbie Gee) buys a compact 14" barrel version of the Franchi SPAS-12 shotgun for the heist of Brick Top's (Alan Ford) bookie. Sol fires the shotgun twice, first to blast a hole in the wall and then into the roof. As he throws a fit upon discovering that there is no money at the bookie's place, the teller takes it from him, firing it once before retreating behind the security screens. Notably, the bank scene is a perfect example of unnecessary cocking in films: Sol repeatedly cycles the semi-automatic weapon for emphasis, apparently ejecting live rounds on the floor. Of course, considering that the scene lampoons the whole idea of a robbery, this can't be counted as a mistake or a goof, especially since blanks most likely wouldn't cycle the SPAS-12 action.

Franchi SPAS-12 with 14" short barrel and magazine tube, stock folded and butt-hook removed - 12 gauge
Now, THIS, is a shotgun.
Vincent buys a SPAS-12 for the heist.
Sol threatens the teller with his SPAS-12.
Another angle of the SPAS-12.
Sol fires the SPAS-12 into the roof in frustration when he discovers that the bookie has no money.

Unknown Pump-Action Shotgun

Various pump-action shotguns are carried by Brick Top's thugs and the Pikeys, who use their weapons to ambush and wipe out Brick Top's men at the campsite.

Brick Top's men wait for the order to attack the Pikey campsite.

Unknown Double-barreled Sawn-off Shotgun

Two of the Pikeys use 12 gauge sawn-off double-barreled side-by-side shotguns to shoot Brick Top and his henchman, Errol (Andy Beckwith).

Stevens 311R (sawed-off) - 12 gauge

Assault Rifles


Boris "The Blade" Yurinov fetches an AK-74M with a GP-30 grenade launcher and magazines taped "jungle-style" from his home after escaping capture and being hit by a car. He confronts Avi, Sol, Vinny, and Tyrone with it in a nearby bar, but never gets a chance to use it, as he is gunned down by Tony shortly after his arrival.

AK-74M with GP-30 grenade launcher - 5.45x39mm/40mm
Boris walks out of his house with his AK-74M.
A three-way standoff between Boris, Cousin Avi and Sol's crew.


GP-30 Grenade Launcher

A GP-30 grenade launcher is mounted on Boris' AK-74M when he confronts Avi, Sol, Vinny, and Tyrone.

GP-30 - 40mm
The GP-30 mounted on Boris' AK-74M.

Mk 2 Hand Grenade

A pair of Mk 2 hand grenades can be seen in Boris' gun cache.

Mk 2 hand grenade


Boris The Blade's Gun Collection

Boris "The Blade" Yurinov has a collection of weapons which is shown three times during the movie: first when he is selling the S&W 681 to Tommy, when he returns a revolver to Franky Four Fingers, and later when Cousin Avi and Bullet Tooth Tony break into his secret cache to look for the diamond. In this cache, a couple of weapons can be seen, including an Sa vz. 61 Skorpion, a Mossberg 500A Cruiser, two Mk 2 hand grenades, and four unidentified revolvers. Said revolvers could be the same ones that Boris had previously shown to Franky.

Boris returns the S&W Model 681 to Franky.
Cousin Avi and Tony look through Boris' cache of guns.
The Skorpion and the Mossberg can be easily spotted here.

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