The Bourne Ultimatum is the third installment in the Jason Bourne film franchise, which began with The Bourne Identity. Matt Damon again returns as the covert operative known as Jason Bourne, who returns to New York to uncover the remnants of the secret program that he was recruited into. The 2007 sequel was helmed by Paul Greengrass, who had previously directed The Bourne Supremacy. Like the second film, The Bourne Ultimatum's plot bears little resemblance to the Robert Ludlum novel of the same name. The events of this film would play a significant part in the fourth film in the franchise, 2012's The Bourne Legacy. Damon and Greengrass would return to the franchise with the fifth film in the series: Jason Bourne (2016).
The following weapons were used in the film The Bourne Ultimatum:
SIG Pro SP2022
Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) uses a SIG Pro SP2022 compact pistol in Moscow when he is accosted by the Russian police in a pharmacy. This scene is set momentarily after the car chase in Supremacy, so, for continuity, he should really be using a SIG-Sauer P225, as that was the handgun he took from John Nevins and carried throughout the previous film. Bourne is later seen carrying the SP2022 in New York, seen "Mexican-carried" in his waist. This interchanges with a Glock when he is questioning Dr. Hirsch about his past. Neal Daniels (Colin Stinton), CIA station chief in Madrid, takes a SIG Pro when he goes on the run. One of the CIA agents sent in "heavy" to Daniels' office in Madrid has a SIG Pro with a camera attached. Bourne beats him up and takes it.
Bourne tells the police his argument is not with them.
Daniels packs a SIG Pro when he leaves his Madrid office.
Agent Kiley (Scott Adkins
) raises his SIG that has a video camera attached.
Agent Hammond (Charles Venn) searches the office with his SIG drawn.
Hammond turns when he hears what he thinks is Bourne.
Bourne aims the pistol at Nicky.
Bourne moves closer to Nicky as she is on the phone.
Bourne's SIG tucked into his waist.
Bourne aims his SIG Pro at Dr. Hirsch (which cuts between this SIG Pro and a Glock during the same scene).
The CIA agents pursuing Bourne in London and Madrid carry Glock 19 pistols. An NYPD officer carries a Glock 19 as well.
Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
The leading agent aims his Glock.
A female agent runs through London, Glock 19 in hand.
An NYPD officer draws his Glock 19.
One of the CIA agents attempting to apprehend Simon Ross at Waterloo Station has a Beretta 92FS. Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) takes one from a Tangier police officer when chasing Desh in Morocco.
A CIA agent aims his Beretta at Bourne.
Bourne with his Beretta 92FS drawn after taking it from a Tangier police officer.
Bourne draws his Beretta during the fight with Desh.
Bourne struggles with Desh while holding his Beretta 92FS.
Bourne's Beretta 92FS lies discarded on the ground during the fight between Bourne and Desh.
Bourne, with a Beretta, waits to fight Desh in a publicity still.
Heckler & Koch USP Compact Tactical
The CIA assassin Desh Bouksani (Joey Ansah) uses a suppressed Heckler & Koch USP Compact Tactical in Tangier, Morocco.
Heckler & Koch USP Compact Tactical - .45 ACP
Heckler & Koch USP Compact Tactical with suppressor - .45 ACP
Desh loads his H&K USP Compact Tactical.
Desh with his suppressed H&K USP Compact Tactical drawn.
Bourne knocks Desh's USP out of his hand during their fight.
The CIA agents in New York, including CIA Deputy Director Noah Vosen (David Strathairn) and Pamela Landy (Joan Allen), carry Glock 17s. Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) also carries a Glock in New York City. Bourne's flashbacks to joining the Treadstone program show him with a Glock 17 (which switches to a SIG Pro in continuity error). Many NSA agents also use the Glock. One of the agents that hunt Bourne down in Sewell & Marbury also uses it. Bourne then takes one of the Glocks and then uses it to threaten Nikki, during which time it also changes into a SIG Pro.
The actual screen-used 3rd generation Glock 17 (in 9x19mm) from The Bourne Ultimatum
. This weapon was actually handled and fired by Matt Damon. Note the damage on the rail.
Landy checks her Glock in the car.
A CIA agent fires his Glock at Bourne.
Bourne fires his Glock at a CIA car.
Bourne approaches Paz's car.
Bourne keeps his Glock aimed at Paz.
Bourne puts his Glock to Dr. Hirsch's head (this scene often switches between his Glock and a SIG Pro).
In the flashback, Bourne looks at his Glock.
Bourne fires his Glock in the flashback.
CIA Deputy Director Noah Vosen (David Strathairn
) aiming his Glock on the rooftops of the New York training facility.
Paz (Edgar Ramirez) uses a SIG-Sauer P229 fitted with a suppressor when pursuing Bourne in New York City.
Paz fires his suppressed SIG P229 out the car window.
Despite being suppressed, a large amount of muzzle flash is emitted from Paz's P229.
Paz (Edgar Ramirez) carries a Beretta 92SB when chasing Bourne through the New York training facility and eventually in the one-sided standoff in the end of the movie.
Paz searches for Bourne. (note rounded trigger guard and flat bottom magazine)
What appears to be a Makarov PM is seen in the hands of the Moscow police officer attempting to arrest Bourne (Matt Damon).
Russian Makarov PM
- 9x18mm Makarov
SIG SG 552
A scoped and suppressed SIG SG 552 is used by Paz (Edgar Ramirez) to assassinate reporter Simon Ross (Paddy Considine) in London.
Paz sets up his SIG SG 552.
Paz aims his scoped and suppressed SIG SG 552.