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Here are 7 videos of Alec Baldwin using guns in his movies

Alec Baldwin on the “Rust” set immediately following the shooting of Halyna Hutchins and Joel Souza in New Mexico. (Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office/TNS)
August 30, 2022

Actor Alec Baldwin, who fatally shot cinematographer Halyna Hutchins with a revolver while filming a scene for the movie “Rust” last year, is no stranger to using firearms on set. Since 1990, Baldwin’s film and television characters have brandished a variety of guns, including revolvers, semi-automatic pistols and long guns.

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According to the Internet Movie Firearms Database (IMFDB), Baldwin has worked with guns in nearly a dozen films over 28 years. 

Here are seven videos of Alec Baldwin wielding guns on the big screen: 

One of Baldwin’s first gun-toting characters was Frederick Frenger, Jr. from “Miami Blues,” which first hit theaters in 1990. The Internet Movie Database (IMDB) describes the film as “an ex-con’s first act of freedom is moving to Miami where he restarts his old criminal ways with even more potency.”

In the movie’s trailer, Baldwin is seen firing several guns, including multiple revolvers. At one point, Baldwin’s character threatens to shoot another man on screen.

“You just shot me!” the man says as he cries out in pain.

“I fired a warning shot and it hit you,” Baldwin’s character replies while threatening him with a revolver.

In the 1994 movie “The Getaway,” Baldwin plays Carter “Doc” McCoy – an ex-con who, along with his wife, are forced to “flee from danger when a heist doesn’t go as planned.”

In the film, Baldwin used a Benelli M3 Super 90 shotgun and a Colt MK IV Series 80 Combat Elite, according to IMFDB.

That same year, Baldwin starred in “The Shadow.” Baldwin plays the hero The Shadow, whose nemesis is building an atomic bomb in 1930s New York City. 

In the movie, Baldwin’s character wields a LAR Grizzly Win Mag.

In 1996, Baldwin played the lead in “The Juror,” which featured “a juror in a Mafia trial” who “is forced to convince the other jurors to vote not guilty by an obsessive mob enforcer.”

Baldwin uses four different guns in the film, including a Beretta Model 70 Inox, Ruger Mk II, a Colt M1911A1 and a Lorcin L25.

In 1997, Baldwin fires a Winchester Model 1886 in the movie “The Edge,” which follows an “intellectual billionaire and two other men [as they] struggle to band together and survive after getting stranded in the Alaskan wilderness with a blood-thirsty Kodiak Bear hunting them down.”

Alec Baldwin stars alongside Bruce Willis in the 1998 film “Mercury Rising,” which is about “shadowy elements” in the National Security Agency (NSA) that “target a nine-year old autistic savant for death when he is able to decipher a top secret code.”

In the movie, Baldwin uses a SIG-Sauer P226.

Most recently, Baldwin brandished an M1917 Revolver in “Rust.” While production of the film was suspended indefinitely following the fatal shooting of Hutchins, a clip of Baldwin rehearsing with the firearm appeared online.

Nearly a year after the “Rust” shooting occurred, the FBI determined that Alec Baldwin pulled the trigger of the revolver used to kill Hutchins in October 2021, according to WGNO.

The FBI’s conclusion contradicted Baldwin’s previous claims that he “didn’t pull the trigger.”

During an exclusive interview on ABC News, host George Stephanopoulos noted that the film’s script did not call for the gun’s trigger to be pulled.

“Well, the trigger wasn’t pulled. I didn’t pull the trigger,” Baldwin responded.

“So, you never pulled the trigger?” Stephanopoulos pressed.

“No, no, no, no no. I would never point a gun at anyone and pull the trigger,” Baldwin insisted. “Never.”