Wanted is a 2008 feature film loosely adapted from the comic book series created by Mark Millar and J. G. Jones. The film follows Wesley (James McAvoy), an ordinary office worker who is recruited into a secret organization of assassins known as The Fraternity. The cast includes Angelina Jolie, Common, Thomas Kretschmann, Chris Pratt, and Morgan Freeman.
The following weapons were used in the film Wanted:
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Safari Arms Matchmaster
Fox (Angelina Jolie) packs a custom Safari Arms Matchmaster 1911 clone with a Wilson 10 round magazine, Parrish 1911 Bushing Compensator (which would cause a muzzle flash that would likely blind her in low-light situations), engraved ivory grips, and custom engraved slide throughout the film. The official website of the film describes: "Fox's weapon of choice is a custom .45 caliber SAFARI MATCHMASTER semi automatic pistol. Although she prefers its lightweight versatility, she is a virtuoso with any firearm which exists".
The Safari Arms Matchmaster used by Angelina Jolie
in the film. Note Safari Arms Lion logo - .45 ACP.
A very rare nice shot of the pistol.
Close up on the obvious Matchmaster stamp - .45 ACP.
Fox fires her Safari Arms Matchmaster during the battle in the grocery store.
Fox aims her Safari Arms Matchmaster. Note her tattoo which reads "Teneo Vestrus Vox"
, roughly translated from Latin as "I hold your voice." or more exactly "(I) have thine voice" in Middle English
A nice close up of the Matchmaster when Fox holds back Wesley.
Fox fires her Matchmaster at Cross during the car chase.
Fox aims her Matchmaster at the train.
Image from the website zooming in on Fox's Matchmaster when she fires it at the train. This shot is superior to the shot in the film since it is a posed production shot, not a screengrab from a frame of film.
Fox fires her Matchmaster at the train.
Fox holds her Matchmaster in the Fraternity Library.
Fox shows her true devotion to the Fraternity when she curves a bullet that miraculously circles the whole room.
Fox's bullet is engraved with the word "Goodbye". Commercials for the film have used this bullet shot to write anything on it from critic opinions to the film title itself.
Wesley grabs Fox's Matchmaster.
During the shootout at the pharmacy, Fox (Angelina Jolie) uses a CornerShot device together with her Matchmaster, allowing her to look and shoot around corners during a shootout with Cross (Thomas Kretschmann) in the grocery store. It's obviously based on the real CornerShot, but there isn't a type like the one used in the film.
The CornerShot with a Glock 17 pistol - 9x19mm
Fox pulls out the CornerShot from her bag.
Fox drops her Safari Arms Matchmaster into the CornerShot.
Fox checks the corners with the CornerShot.
Fox aims with the monitor crosshair.
Fox's CornerShot as viewed by Cross.
Fox shoots out the mirrors in the store to stop Cross from using them.
Fox fires her CornerShot at Cross.
Custom Beretta 92S
Mr. X's (David O'Hara) sidearm used in the opening sequence is a customised Beretta 92S. It has ornate grips and a compensator.
Later it is given to Wesley (James McAvoy) to shoot the wings off of flies, to prove he is gifted. Sloan (Morgan Freeman) refers to it as an "Imanishi 17," though no known make or model of firearm exists. Wesley hides the Beretta in the toilet and after leaving it there to soak for about a week, he retrieves it and uses it while chasing Cross through the parking garage, accidentally shooting The Exterminator (Konstantin Khabensky) instead. He then uses it for the shootout on the train with Cross, firing several shots at him before he drops it during the crash and draws his Star Ultrastar. In one of the wallpapers, Wesley can be seen holding a 92FS with same customisations.
Mr. X fires his Beretta 92S while flying through the air.
Mr. X with his Beretta 92S.
Sloan hands Wesley the Beretta 92S.
Wesley fires the Beretta 92S at the flies.
Wesley points the Beretta at Sloan.
Wesley holds the Beretta to Sloan's chest.
Much to Wesley's horror, he realises what happened in the Mill was not a dream when the Beretta falls from his pants when he goes to the bathroom. He then hides it in the toilet.
Wesley retrieves the soaking wet Beretta from the toilet.
Wesley chases down Cross in the parking garage.
Wesley holds his Beretta on Pekwarsky (Terence Stamp
) in the castle.
Wesley slowly begins to cock the hammer with a double action trigger pull. It should be said that, in the previous shot, to look more threatening, Wesley cocks the hammer. In this shot, it is now back up.
Wesley fires his Beretta at Cross. Note that the magazine release is not where it is on modern guns, which tells us it is not a 92S-1.
Mauser C96 - M712 "Schnellfeuer"
Sloan (Morgan Freeman) is seen armed with a Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer or "Fastfire" (in German), the select fire version of the C96 "Broomhandle" Mauser with a detachable box magazine instead of a fixed internal magazine loaded with stripper clips.
Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer - 7.63x25mm.
Morgan Freeman wields an Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer pistol in the weaving room. This shot is likely from a deleted scene or publicity photo since this sequence never seen in the film.
"Still trying to figure out who you are?"
Another shot of the same scene.
An officer is seen armed with a Beretta 92FS when Fox's car flips over him. Wesley is seen wielding several during the shootout in the mill.
A Chicago Police officer watches Fox's car fly over his head.
Wesley smashes into the mill firing two Berettas akimbo style.
Wesley fires a Beretta akimbo with a SIG P226.
Wesley (James McAvoy) is seen using several Browning Hi-Power pistols during the shootout in the mill using both his and some captured from assassins.
Wesley draw his Browning Hi-Power, using it to empty the truck, smartly keeping his finger off the trigger.
Wesley draws his Browning Hi-Power as he hides under a truck.
Wesley fires his Hi-Power in the mill.
Wesley fires his Hi-Power akimbo with his USP Compact.
Wesley fires his Hi-Power.
Wesley throws away an empty Hi-Power.
Wesley fire his Hi-Power with a Jericho 941 akimbo.
Mr. X (David O'Hara) uses a flintlock pistol mocked up to look like a magazine-fed gun to curve a bullet and take out a man on the roof of the building. Fox uses one to fire at Cross during the car chase. One is seen disassembled on a table in the mill.
Mr. X (David O'Hara
) draws his flintlock pistol mockup while flying through the air.
Fox fires a flintlock pistol at Cross.
Wesley examines a saw-handled flintlock duelling pistol on the table.
Wesley looks at a picture of Mr. X and his flintlock pistol.
One of the police officers is seen armed with a Glock 17 when Fox's car flips over him.
Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9mm.
An officer points his Glock 17 at Fox's car as it flips over.
Heckler and Koch Mark 23
One of The Fraternity assassins in the library is seen armed with a Heckler & Koch Mark 23.
Heckler & Koch Mark 23 - .45 ACP.
An assassin points his Mark 23.
Heckler & Koch USP Compact
Wesley (James McAvoy) uses a Heckler & Koch USP Compact with a silver outer barrel as his weapon of choice throughout the movie and for his first two kills and his first bullet curve. He also briefly uses one during the final gunfight at the textile mill. But before taking the UMP from a guard, we can see that its changes into a Jericho 941. It is most likely the 9mm or the .40 S&W version. Because Wesley fires 13 rounds. The possibility of this being the .40 is because there might be one bullet in the chamber, making 12 in the mag and one in the chamber. Or he didn't, and fired 13 rounds with a 9mm version. It is of course, not the .45 since the .45 has a different frame under the rail. In the extended scene, Fox gives her USP compact to Wesley for him to know what it feels like to put a bullet in a body. So it might be Fox's Backup gun. And in the extended scene, Wesley has a revealed hammer.
Heckler & Koch USP Compact - 9x19mm
Fox is seen shooting out the window of her car with a USP Compact, which switches to a Baby Eagle shortly after.
Cross' Jericho 941FB switches to a USP Compact when he curves a double tap around a bus to shoot out Fox's tires.
Wesley picks up a USP Compact off the weapons table and chambers a round.
Wesley aims his USP Compact.
Close up on the muzzle of Wesley's USP Compact.
Wesley fires his USP Compact in training.
Wesley loads up his USP compact.
Close up of Wesley firing his USP Compact in slow motion.
Wesley successfully curves his bullet.
Wesley cocks the hammer of his USP Compact on the train, preparing to kill his first target.
Wesley curves his bullet to his target. The CGI bullet looks too small.
Wesley fires his USP Compact at his second target only to discover he has bullet proof windows. He then ramps off of Fox's Corvette and flips over the targets car and shoots him through the open sun roof. Apparently the weapons handler forgot to fully load the gun for this scene.
Wesley charges the Fraternity's mill, USP Compact in hand. It was strangely a Browning Hi-Power seconds before.
Wesley fires his USP Compact akimbo style along with a Browning Hi-Power in the Mill. Note the revealed hammer on the USP compact while being cocked back.
Fox gives Wesley a USP compact
The Gunsmith turns off the safety of the USP compact
The Magazine falls out of the USP compact
Wesley fires his USP compact at the dead body.
Heckler & Koch USP Match
One of the assassins in the mill is armed with a Heckler & Koch USP Match during the shootout.
Heckler & Koch USP Match - 9mm.
An assassin dies wielding a USP Match.
Jericho 941 "Baby Eagle"
Pekwarsky (Terence Stamp) uses a reverse two-tone (stainless frame, blued slide) Jericho 941 "Baby Eagle" to hold on Wesley in the castle. Full black Baby Eagles are also seen in the hands of multiple other people, usually just briefly as continuity errors. Wesley most notably uses several during the Mill shootout, one of which he uses to kill The Butcher (Dato Bakhtadze) by firing a steel poker rod into him after he accidentally jams it down the muzzle of the gun. In reality, this would not fire the rod like a big bullet, but become an obstruction and blow up the gun.
Jericho 941 "Baby Eagle" - 9mm.
Fox pushes out her windshield with her Jericho 941 "Baby Eagle" in hand, which was a USP Compact seconds before.
Fox fires her Baby Eagle at Cross.
An assassin in the Mill throws his Baby Eagle in the air as he dies, which is a CGI replica.
The CGI Baby Eagle flies through the air which Wesley catches upside down. He then fires it upside down, using his pinky to pull the trigger. In reality, this makes shooting extremely difficult. This type of "shooting" is also seen in The Bourne Identity
Wesley catches a Baby Eagle upside down
Wesley catches another Baby Eagle in the same hand he caught the last one with.
The Butcher jams a steel rod down the muzzle of Wesley's Baby Eagle, which miraculously fits the muzzle diameter exactly.
The handle breaks off the poker and Wesley fires the rod into The Butcher, which would really blow up the gun.
Two-tone Jericho 941 - 9mm
Perkwarsky points his two-tone Baby Eagle at Wesley.
Perkwarsky holds his Baby Eagle on Wesley.
Jericho 941 FBL Compact
Cross (Thomas Kretschmann) uses a Jericho 941 FBL Compact "Baby Eagle" as his weapon of choice in the film. The rounds his gun are shown firing are far too large to be chambered in the breech or to fit in the magazine. Wesley can also be seen using one in the final gun fight in the fraternity mill, but changes into a full size version instead.
Jericho 941 FBL Compact "Baby Eagle" - 9x19mm
Cross fires his Jericho 941FBL Compact at Fox in the grocery store.
Cross fires his Compact Baby Eagle at Fox.
Cross fires his Compact Baby Eagle at Fox's car.
Cross fires his Compact Baby Eagle.
Cross with his Compact Baby Eagle on the train.
Cross reloads his Baby Eagle.
Cross saves Wesley from falling.
Cross lays dying with has Baby Eagle in hand.
The Gunsmith (Common) uses a Custom M1911A1 fitted with a red-dot sight and a compensator as his sidearm in the film.
The Gunsmith holds his custom M1911A1 to Wesley when Sloan orders him to shoot the wings off the flies.
The Gunsmith aims his M1911A1 in The Fraternity library.
The Gunsmith with his M1911A1.
When The Gunsmith shows his disloyalty to The Fraternity, he cocks the hammer on his .45 and instead of his M1911A1 being shown cocked, a Smith & Wesson 5906 is shown cocked instead.
The Gunsmith's M1911A1 magically transforms into a Smith & Wesson 5906!
Remington Rolling Block 1871 Cavalry (mock-up)
Seen among the weapons table when Wesley trains on the range is a Remington Rolling Block 1871 Cavalry pistol mocked up like a modern gun by adding a reflex sight and attaching an AK magazine.
Remington Rolling Block 1871 Cavalry - .50 Caliber.
A Remington Rolling Block 1871 Cavalry fitted with a reflex sight and AK magazine is seen on the weapons table.
An assassin dies in the mill armed with a Remington Rolling Block Cavalry.
An assassin in the library armed with a Remington Rolling Block Cavalry.
Ruger Super Redhawk
A Ruger Super Redhawk with a 9 1/2" barrel and scope is seen on the table of weaponry.
Ruger Super Redhawk with 9 1/2" barrel - .44 Magnum.
A Ruger Super Redhawk with a scope is seen left.
An officer is seen approaching Cross' abandoned van after the car chase with a SIG-Sauer P226. Two SIG-Sauer P226R pistols, one K-kote, one Nickel, are seen on the weapons table. Wesley is seen using one during the mill shootout.
SIG-Sauer P226 K-Kote - 9mm.
SIG-Sauer P226 Nickel - 9mm.
An officer approaches Cross' abandoned van with his SIG-Sauer P226 drawn.
Two SIG P226Rs are seen on the weapons table.
Wesley fires a SIG P226 akimbo style with a Beretta 92FS.
Smith & Wesson 5906
Wesley is briefly seen picking up two Smith & Wesson 5906 pistols during the shootout in the mill, although he never uses them. It is implied that he lost them when the stairs collapsed, and that he had picked up the two Baby Eagles before confronting the Butcher. However when the barrel is jammed, the handguns switch back to 5906's! One of the assassins in The Fraternity library is also armed with a 5906.
Smith & Wesson 5906 - 9x19mm.
Wesley picks up a Smith & Wesson 5906 in his right hand.
Wesley picks up a Smith & Wesson 5906 in his left hand.
Also worth noting is the left hand shot isn't actually a left hand shot, it's reversed, as the ejection port is on the left side of the gun.
Wesley searches for The Butcher with a Smith & Wesson 5906 at the ready.
An assassin points his Smith & Wesson 5906 in the library.
The assassin with his 5906.
The assassin cocks the hammer on his 5906, which is used instead to portray The Gunsmith cocking his M1911A1. If you look close enough at the frame under the slide release, you can read the "5906" stamp.
Smith & Wesson Model 64
Wesley picks up Smith & Wesson Model 64, the stainless counterpart of the Smith & Wesson Model 10 in the mill and uses it to kill The Repairman (Marc Warren) with a shot to the eye. He then jams the barrel of the gun through his head and fires an impossible twenty shots through his skull, using him as a "meat shield".
Smith & Wesson Model 64 - .38 Special.
Wesley takes the Smith & Wesson Model 64 off of an assassin in the mill.
Wesley with the Smith & Wesson Model 64.
Wesley fires a bullet into The Repairman's eye.
Wesley sticks the Model 64 into The Repairman's skull while still firing it.
Wesley fires the Model 64 through The Repairman's skull.
Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3
The Repairman (Marc Warren) uses a Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3 revolver as his weapon of choice in the film. the gun's ejector does not seem to work properly and the latch behind the sights seems to be broken since he is constantly having trouble closing the gun.
Smith & Wesson Schofield - .45 Schofield.
The Repairman approaches The Exterminator's dead body with his Smith & Wesson Schofield in hand.
The Repairman shoots the rats in the mill with his Schofield.
The Repairman breaks open his Schofield, which does not eject the shells like it should.
The Repairman loads up his Schofield with obvious dummy rounds. Note dented primers.
The Repairman tries to close his Schofield before being killed by Wesley.
When Wesley (James McAvoy) nearly falls from the derailed train, he is caught by Cross (Thomas Kretschmann). Shortly thereafter, he pulls a Star Ultrastar from his waistband and uses it. He is briefly seen using it during the mill shootout as well.
Wesley draws his Star Ultrastar from his waist.
Wesley shoots Cross with his Star Ultrastar.
Wesley holds his Star Ultrastar on Cross.
Wesley holds his Star Ultrastar on Cross.
Wesley holds the Ultrastar to Cross' neck.
Wesley searches for The Butcher (Dato Bakhtadze
) with his Ultrastar at the ready.
A stainless Taurus PT92 AF is used by Sloan to show Wesley that curving a bullet is possible.
Sloan goes to pick up a Taurus PT92 AF off the gun table.
Taurus Raging Bull
Fox draws and fires a Taurus Raging Bull at Cross during the car chase. A Raging Bull is seen on the weapons table. One of the assassin's in the library is also seen armed with a Taurus Raging Bull fitted with a red-dot sight.
Taurus Raging Bull - .44 Magnum.
Fox fires a Taurus Raging Bull at Cross from her car.
A Taurus Raging Bull is seen on the weapons table.
An assassin in the library with his Taurus Raging Bull.
Two various assassin in The Fraternity library are seen with unknown long-slide handguns mocked up to look like a side-loader, one of which loads from the right, the other from the left.
An assassin armed with a mocked up longside pistol.
An assassin with a sideloader.
This pistol is most definitively a sterling type 1 cut and modified with a top rail.
Wheellock Pistol (mock-up)
Cross keeps a pair of Wheellock Pistols mocked up to look like magazine fed guns. Wesley later takes both of these to the mill; one is lost while the stair collapse, and the other is shot out of his hand by Fox.
Brunswick wheellock pistol
Cross winds up to curve a bullet with his wheellock pistol.
Cross fires his wheellock.
Wesley looks at Cross' wheellock pistols in their case.
Wesley tries to fire his wheellock at Sloane before Fox shoots it out of his hand.
The wheellock flies from Wesley's hand when shot by Fox.
I think the magazine is gravity-fed. Notice how both Cross and Wesley try to fire the gun upside-down.
Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotgun
Fox pulls a Sawed-Off Double Barreled Shotgun from under the seat of her car and fires it at Cross during the chase. The gun makes the typical "pump-action cocking" sound when drawn.
Remington Spartan Sawed Off shotgun - 12 gauge
Fox draws a shotgun out from under the passenger's seat.
Fox fires the shotgun at Cross.
A much clearer shot of this scene from a promotional image. The image is a production still taken by a professional set photographer and not a 'blow up' from a frame of film, thus the increase in image clarity and sharpness.
Two of the guards outside The Fraternity mill are armed with Benelli M3T shotguns, the shortened version of the Benelli M3 Super 90 shotgun.
A guard fires a Benelli M3T at Wesley.
Heckler & Koch UMP-9
Heckler & Koch UMPs are used by some of The Fraternity guards outside the textile mill and one in the mill during the final gunfight when Wesley grabs it from him for quick use. They are noted as the 9mm model based on their curved magazines.
Heckler & Koch UMP-9 - 9mm.
A sniper takes aim at Mr. X with a Heckler & Koch UMP-9.
A guard outside the mill fires his UMP-9 at Wesley.
A guard to the right fires his UMP-9.
An assassin armed with a UMP-9 in the mill shortly before Wesley takes it, which is clearly a rubber prop. Note the stock bending.
An assassin shoots Wesley in the shoulder, knocking him on his back, and somehow into a slide.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1
Cross is seen trying to fire a Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with a reflex sight "pistol style", meaning stock retracted, fore grip folded like a handgun while chasing after Fox and Wesley in her car. Wesley is also seen briefly firing one in final battle, which strangely changed from a Heckler & Koch UMP-9. While in the movie it was only seen in a flashback in Cross's hand, in the trailers he is actually seen firing it.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with Zeiss Z-point scope in "submachine gun-style" - 4.6x30mm.
Cross tries to fire his Heckler & Koch MP7A1.
Close up of Cross' MP7A1.
Wesley fires an MP7A1 in the mill.
Wesley throws away the MP7A1.
Skorpion SA Vz 61
Fox draws a Skorpion SA Vz 61 submachine gun from her car to fire at Cross during the car chase.
SA Vz. 61 Skorpion with 20 round magazine and no stock - .32 ACP
Fox pulls a Skorpion SA Vz 61 from her car.
Fox fires a Skorpion akimbo style with a Taurus Raging Bull.
A Micro Uzi is seen on the weapons table. One of the assassins in the mill is also seen using one.
Micro Uzi with folding stock - 9mm.
A Micro Uzi is seen on the weapons table.
An assassin wields a Micro Uzi.
Fantasy Sniper rifle
Cross (Thomas Kretschmann) uses a made up Rogue Assassin Sniper Rifle built from one of the flintlock/matchlock hybrids to kill Mr. X in the beginning of the film, using a telescope along with the rifle scope to aim at such an incredible distance. At the end of the film, Wesley uses the same rifle. To portray the flight path of the unique bullet, the bullet's path is rewound until it reaches the rifle again.
The bullet rewinds into the rifle as Cross aims it.
Cross takes aim at Mr. X. "Goodbye, Mr.X."
Cross squeezes the trigger.
The bullet rewinds into the rifle as Wesley aims it.
"What the f*** have you done lately?" Wesley uses the same rifle.
An assassin inside the mill is seen using the stock of his Armalite AR-180B to crush a rat.
An assassin crushes a rat with the stock of his Armalite.
A guard outside The Fraternity mill is seen firing an FN FNC at Wesley.
The guard to the left fires his FN FNC.
Heckler & Koch G3
A guard outside The Fraternity mill is armed with a Heckler & Koch G3 rifle, exact make uncertain.
Heckler & Koch HK91 - 7.62x51mm NATO.
A guard fires his Heckler & Koch G3 at Wesley.
Heckler & Koch G3/SG1
A guard fires a Heckler & Koch G3/SG1 rifle, as noted by the stock cheek rest. The rifle is missing its rear sight spindle and is not fitted with a scope. Guess the guy doesn't need to aim.
Heckler & Koch G3/SG1 - 7.62x51mm NATO.
A guard fires his Heckler & Koch G3/SG1 at Wesley.
Heckler & Koch G36C
Seen farther back from the Benelli wielding assassin is another assassin with a Heckler & Koch G36C with the regular G36 carry handle.
Heckler & Koch G36C with an attached G36K-type carry handle - 5.56x45mm
The assassin in the window farther back fires a Heckler & Koch G36C with a G36 carry handle at Wesley.
An M4A1 with an A.R.M.S. selective integrated rail system and scope is used by a sniper at the beginning of the film to kill Mr. X's secretary and to fire several shots at him before he flies out the window and kills him. I believe it could also very well be a Charles Daly Defense M4 with that rail setup.
Colt M4A1 with RIS rails and M68 Aimpoint scope - 5.56x45mm.
A.R.M.S Selective integrated rail system [S.I.R System], this is one designed for an airsoft gun, but it is a perfect picture example, note at top right holes for screws to attach it with.
A sniper takes aim with an M4A1. Note just below Full Length top rail, the three screw holes mentioned above.
The sniper fires his M4A1. Note blank round ejecting.
A flintlock German Schuetzen rifle, probably from the 18th century, is seen among Cross' weaponry.
A Schuetzen rifle is seen on the bottom.
A Springfield 1861 percussion rifle is seen among Cross' weaponry.
A Springfield 1861 rifle is seen on the top.
Dodge Viper SRT-10 Coupe
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