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This page centers around the 1997 thriller. For similarily named pages, such as the 2022 TV show, visit Peacemaker (Disambiguation)
The Peacemaker is a 1997 thriller starring George Clooney as a US Army Special Forces colonel and Nicole Kidman as a nuclear weapons expert who work together to locate a trainload of nuclear warheads that have gone missing following a nuclear detonation in Russia. The Peacemaker was the first feature film directed by Mimi Leder (Deep Impact) and the first feature to be released by Dreamworks Entertainment.
The following weapons were used in the film The Peacemaker:
The Beretta 92FS is the sidearm of Lt. Colonel Tom Devoe (George Clooney), USAF pilots, NYC police officers, and several other characters.
FBI agents are seen drawing Astra A-100 pistols during a confrontation at JFK airport. The Astra A-100 was most likely chosen due to its similtarity to the SIG-Sauer P228, the actual FBI-issued sidearm.
The CZ 75B is seen being used by several characters throughout the movie including Stevo (Slavko Juraga) and Dusan Gavrich (Marcel Iures).
The Glock 17 is seen being used by a member of the security team chasing Devoe in Austria. Several law enforcement officers in New York are also seen armed with the Glock.
The SIG-Sauer P228 is carried by various law enforcement officers in the film.
General Aleksandr Kodoroff (Aleksandr Baluev) uses a Steyr GB pistol after hijacking the nukes. When stopped at a checkpoint, Kodoroff pulls his GB and gives a very clear view of it from the side.
M70AB2 rifles are seen in the hands of Russian soldiers as well as some of the terrorists.
CAR-15 (with M203 Grenade Launcher)
The early (and outdated) Colt CAR-15 assault rifles (some mounted with M203 launcher attached) are the primary rifles used by the Special Ops Force soldiers that accompany Col. Devoe (George Clooney).
An FBI agent is briefly seen in the elevator is armed with a Colt CAR-15 that's fitted with a Laser Products (now SureFire) 9P flashlight.
Several New York National Guard troops show up to aid in the finding of the bomb, carrying the older M16A1s. This is a correct prop for the National Guard Troops given the time this movie was made. M16A1s were being issued to National Guard Infantry units as late as 2002. There are probably some Guard units that still have them today.
After Devoe gets 8 of the nukes, an SOF soldier is seen slinging his M16A2.
A Special Forces sniper is armed with the M24 sniper rifle. The weapon also has a custom camo paintjob (albeit fading) and a fluted barrel.
FBI snipers utilize the Remington Model 700PSS sniper rifles to try to take down the terrorist before he gets to the UN.
Sa vz. 58
The Russian soldiers in the beginning of the film use Sa vz. 58 assault rifles, which are incorrect as they should be using the standard weapon AK-74M. IFOR soldiers who raid the home of Gravich are also armed with the rifle.
Two Russian border soldiers are shot down, SKS Carbine rifles in hand.
M60D machine guns are seen door-mounted on Devoe's USAF helicopter.
The full sized Ithaca 37 shotgun is seen being held by a FBI agent when the team goes to the terrorist’s hotel room.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
The Heckler & Koch MP5A3 fitted with weaponlights and laser sights is primarily seen in the hands of the US Special Forces, notably Santiago (Carlos Gomez).
Heckler & Koch MP5A5
The Heckler & Koch MP5A5 fitted with weaponlights and lasers, a Special Forces favorite at the time, is seen being used by rogue Russian Spetsnaz.
Colt Model RO635 9mm SMG
The Colt Model RO635 9mm SMG equipped with Surefire 9P Weaponlight is seen in the hands of a FBI agent, which is correct for him to be carrying.
Schermuly Multi-Purpose Gun
A Schermuly Multi-Purpose Gun with the stock removed is seen being used by Kodroff's driver (Dejan Acimovic). He uses it twice, once to blow up a Russian Border Patrol, the again to shoot at Devoe’s chopper, but he shoots the floor of his truck, which blows up, killing him.