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Takers xlg.jpg
Movie poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by John Luessenhop
Release Date 2010
Language English
Studio Grand Hustle Films
Rainforest Films
Distributor Screen Gems
Main Cast
Character Actor
John Rahway Paul Walker
Jack Welles Matt Dillon
Gordon Thomas 'G' Cozier Idris Elba
Lilly Zoe Saldana
Jake Attica Michael Ealy
Eddie Hatcher Jay Hernandez
Jesse Attica Chris Brown
A. J. Hayden Christensen
Lieutenant Carver Steve Harris

Takers is a 2010 crime drama thriller film directed by John Luessenhop directed by J Blakeson and starring Matt Dillon, Idris Elba, Hayden Christensen, Paul Walker, Michael Ealy, and Zoe Saldana.

The following weapons were used in the film Takers:


Colt Officer's ACP

John Rahway (Paul Walker) carries a custom two-tone Colt Officer's ACP with Novak-style sights, flared magwell, slanted slide serrations, skeletonized hammer and trigger, and ambidextrous safety, throughout the whole film. He most notably uses it during the hotel room shootout.

Colt Officer's ACP - .45 ACP
John Rahway (Paul Walker) loads his sidearm.
John Rahway (Paul Walker) pulls out his gun in his apartment.
Rahway holds a thug at gunpoint.
Rahway fires his gun during the hotel room shootout.
The slide of Rahway's pistol cycles.
Pahway holds his sidearm.

SIG Pro SP2022

The SIG Pro SP2022 is the sidearm of choice for A.J. (Hayden Christensen). He is most notably seen using it during the hotel room shootout.

SIG Pro SP2022 - 9x19mm
Hayden Christensen as A.J. with a SIG Pro pistol in a promotional photo.
A.J. fires the SP2022 during the hotel room shootout.
A.J. reloads his pistol.
A.J. leaps through the air firing the SIG during the hotel room shootout.
A publicity photo of A.J. with his sidearm. Darth Vader with a pistol, that's rare.

SIG-Sauer P228

Jake Attica's (Michael Ealy's) sidearm is a two toned SIG-Sauer P228.

SIG-Sauer P228 with Two Tone finish - 9x19mm
Jake draws his SIG P228 in the hotel.
Jake with his two-tone SIG-Sauer P228 during the hotel shootout.
Jake loads his SIG P228 at the bar.

Glock 21

The Glock 21 is the main sidearm of Gordon Cozier (Idris Elba) throughout the film. IMFDB previously mis-identified this pistol as a Glock 17, but screencap evidence (shown below) indicates that Cozier's Glock is almost certainly a G21 (it may also be the Glock 20, which has the same type of thicker grip, but the G21 is more common).

Glock 21 (3rd Generation) - .45 ACP.
The crew unpacks their sidearms from a janitor's cart. Note that Cozier's Glock is visible in a compartment below Jessie Attica's own Glock. This image shows that Cozier's Glock has a thicker grip than Attica's Glock 17, which suggests that it is almost surely a Glock 21.
Gordon Cozier fires his Glock 21 during the hotel room shootout.
Gordon Cozier retreats while still firing the Glock.
A closer view of Gordon Cozier's Glock while shooting.
Gordon Cozier with his Glock pulled out during the climax.

Glock 17

Jessie Attica's (Chris Brown) sidearm in the film is a 2nd Generation Glock 17 with a stainless steel slide.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation) with stainless steel slide - 9x19mm
Jesse tries to hide from Detective Hatch with his two-tone Glock 17 visible.
Jessie Attica fires his Glock during the hotel room shootout.
Jessie Attica fires his Glock, yet again during the hotel room shootout.
A closer (but blurry) view of the two-tone Glock being fired..
Jessie Attica loads up his Glock during the climax. Note the lack of an accessory rail on the frame, confirming his Glock is a 2nd Generation model.

Detective Eddie Hatcher (Jay Hernandez) carries a standard black Glock 17, as does a Russian gangster during the hotel room shootout.

2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm.
Detective Hatch with a Glock 17, searching for Jesse Attica.
Detective Hatch searches for Jesse with his Glock 17 pulled.

Glock 19

Dalonte "Ghost" Rivers (T.I.) uses a Glock 19 as his sidearm in the film. After being released from prison, he locates the Glock and a wad of cash in a safe box.

Second Generation Glock 19 - 9x19mm
Ghost (T.I.) retrieving a Glock and money out of in a box. Funny how he just got out of prison and this is his first stop.
Ghost pulls his Glock on his Russian acquaintance.
Ghost pointing his Glock at the Russian.

Beretta 92FS

Detective Jack Welles (Matt Dillon) uses a Beretta 92FS as his sidearm throughout the film, as do almost all of the LAPD officers in the film. A.J. is also seen briefly wielding one during the bank robbery, when he's posing as security. The armored car guards also use Beretta 92FSs in the film (even though John Rahway mistakenly identifies their sidearms as Glocks while the crew is casing the target). A Russian gangster also carries a Beretta 92FS during the hotel room shootout.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
A.J. with a Beretta 92FS on a rooftop disguised as a police officer.
Detective Jack Welles loads his Beretta.
Welles with his 92FS.
A security guard with a Beretta 92FS during the armored car robbery.
An LAPD officer fires his Beretta 92FS at Jessie Attica during the chase scene following the armored car robbery.
Another view of the LAPD officer's Beretta.
Jack Welles with his 92FS during the climax.

Smith & Wesson 4506-1

Sergei (Gideon Emery), a Russian gangster is seen pulling a Smith & Wesson 4506-1 when Ghost comes to visit him. Another 4506 is seen in the hands of a guy who tries to rip A.J. off. One is also seen in the hands of a Russian gangster during the hotel room shootout.

A later model Smith & Wesson 4506-1 - .45 ACP. Note the lack of a 'step up' in the frame that the older 4506 has as well as the rounded trigger guard. Also note the straight backstrap to the pistol grip versus the curved backstrap on the older model.
Sergei with a Smith & Wesson 4506-1.
A man with a Smith & Wesson 4506-1.
A Russian gangster with a Smith & Wesson 4506-1. NOTE: Look at the muzzle, it's clearly a .45


Jack Welles (Matt Dillon) and Eddie Hatcher chase a criminal, who pulls out a nickel-plated M1911A1. He tries to shoot Welles with it, but is shot by Eddie 'Hatch' Hatcher (Jay Hernandez) before he gets a chance.

Nickel Plated M1911A1 Pistol with brown grips - .45 ACP
Hatch secures the body, and removes the gun from the criminal.

SIG-Sauer P226

When Jack Welles (Matt Dillon) is looking at photographs of weapons and explosives confiscated from the Russians, a reverse two-tone SIG-Sauer P226 is visible in one of the pictures. This is the same P226 that was used originally in 2 Fast 2 Furious (ironically, Paul Walker starred in both movies).

A reverse two-tone SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm (identical configuration to the gun from 2 Fast 2 Furious; this weapon was assembled and photographed specially for IMFDB by MoviePropMaster2008).
Jack Welles looks at a photograph of seized weapons that were taken from a Russian crew of bank robbers. A reverse two-tone SIG-Sauer P226 (originally used in 2 Fast 2 Furious) is visible in the picture, circled in red. Also visible are other weapons used in the movie - an M4A1 Carbine, a Mossberg 500 Cruiser, a Glock 17, and a Smith & Wesson 4506-1.


M4A1 Carbine

M4A1 Carbines are used by most of the main characters, John Rahway (Paul Walker), Gordon Cozier (Idris Elba), Jake Attica (Michael Ealy) and Jesse Attica (Chris Brown) during the bank robbery. The gang also uses M4A1s during the armored car robbery. When Jack Welles (Matt Dillon) and his squad raid a Russian mafia crew's hideout, they find more M4A1s.

M4A1 Carbine - 5.56x45mm
Jake Attica (Michael Ealy) loads his rifle before the bank robbery.
The gang with their M4A1s ready, as they prepare to rob the bank.
Gordon Cozier with an M4A1 in the bank.
John Rahway with an M4A1 in the bank.
Jack Welles and Eddie Hatch look over weapons confiscated from the Russians. An M4A1 is visible in the lower left-hand corner (circled in red), while a stack of 30-round magazines are visible on the right (circled in blue).
Gordon Cozier tries out an M4A1 prior to the armored car robbery.
Jake fires his rifle at the armored car guards.
Gordon instructs Jake with his M4A1 visible.
A.J. fires his M4A1. Note the flames on the background.

Accuracy International AW-F

John Rahway (Paul Walker) assembles an Accuracy International AW-F on a rooftop during the armored car heist. His plan was to use it on Ghost (T.I.), if he decided to run. Note: this specific AW-F that Paul Walker uses in the film, it's a Texas imported AW-F.

Accuracy International AW-F - 7.62x51mm NATO
John Rahway with the AW-F. NOTE: This shot was not in the actual film, but in the trailer.
Rahway assembles the AW-F.
Rahway loads the AW-F.
Rahway looks through the scope of the rifle. Note: in production images, it clearly shows that the AW-F has the sticker of Tac Pro Shooting Center stuck on the side of the receiver and at closer inspection of said images, it has the import markings of "AINA MINGUS, TX" engraved on the gun.


A gangster is seen firing an AKM during the hotel room shootout.

AKM, Stamped Steel Receiver w/ slant muzzle brake 7.62x39mm
A gangster fires his AKM during the shootout.
The gangster stares in anger at his AKM as it empties.
The gangster goes down as he runs out of ammo. NOTE: Here we can see the shape of the stock, which clearly identifies it as an AKM.


Remington 870

When Dalonte "Ghost" Rivers goes to see his Russian 'friends', one of them pulls a pistol-gripped Remington 870 with synthetic furniture. The particular gun looks like a folding stock model, with the stock removed and black furniture.

Remington 870 Police Magnum with stock folded - 12 gauge
A Russian gangster aims a Remington 870 shotgun on Ghost.

Mossberg 500 Cruiser

A Russian gangster is seen using a Mossberg 500 Cruiser during the hotel room shootout. Jake (Michael Ealy) manages to kill him and take his shotgun. Jake's brother Jessie (Chris Brown) also equips himself with a Cruiser at the bar.

Mossberg 500 Cruiser - 12 Gauge
A gangster firing a Cruiser into the gang's hotel room.
The gangster wildly fires his Mossberg.
Jake with the Russian's captured Cruiser.
Jesse chambers the shotgun.
Jesse Attica armed with a Mossberg 500 Cruiser on the left, and Jake Attica with a Mossberg 590 shotgun on the right.

Mitchell High Standard

Sergei (Gideon Emery), the lead Russian gangster is armed with a Mitchell High Standard shotgun with a sawed-off stock, and in true Hollywood fashion, he manages to fire more shots than the mag tube can hold without reloading.

Mitchell High Standard Riot Gun - 12 gauge
Sergei fires the shotgun.
Sergei (Gideon Emery) reloads his shotgun.

Mossberg 590 series

Jake Attica (Michael Ealy) uses a Mossberg 590 with an extended magazine tube and ghost ring sights after the hotel room shootout at the bar. An armored car guard is also seen armed with a Mossberg 590 with an extended mag tube and without ghost ring sights, when the gang is planning their next heist.

Mossberg 590 - 12 Gauge.
Mossberg 590A1 with extended magazine tube, ghost ring sights and speedfeed stock - 12 Gauge
An armored car guard with a Mossberg 590.
An armored car guard utilizes a Mossberg 590 during the armored car robbery. Although the weapon is never seen clearly, the overall shape of the gun is a giveaway.
A publicity photo of Jake and Jesse Attica. Also note the two-tone SIG P228 tucked in Jake's pants.
The Mossberg 590A1 lies on a table before being taken by Jake, along with the SIG P228.
Jake Attica armed with a Mossberg 590A1, based on the ghost ring sights on the right, and Jesse Attica with a Mossberg 500 Cruiser on the left.

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