Secret Games: Bored and neglected housewife decides to seek excitement working in a classy whorehouse. White House Down is a 2013 action film directed by Roland Emmerich and stars Channing Tatum as John Cale, a Capitol Police Officer and failed Secret Service applicant who finds himself trapped after heavily armed mercenaries seize the White House. John Cale (Channing Tatum) uses a Glock 19 pistol as his sidearm while serving as the bodyguard of Speaker of the House Eli Raphaelson (Richard Jenkins).
Special Agent Martin Walker (James Woods) uses a Beretta 92FS as his main weapon throughout the film, despite the official sidearm of the Secret Service being the SIG-Sauer P229. Cale uses a Springfield Armory XD-45 Tactical taken from Vadim (Anatoly Zinoviev) for much of the movie. Some of the uniformed and plainclothes Secret Service agents are armed with what appear to be SIG-Sauer P229 pistols. The SIG-Sauer P250 Compact appears to be the weapon used by Emil Stenz (Jason Clarke) as well as the mercenaries and Secret Service agents during the initial takeover of the White House. Channing Tatum holds the SIG-Sauer P250 Compact as John Cale in a publicity still from the film. Stenz and Motts (Falk Hentschel) on the left open fire at a group of surprised Secret Service officers. Emil Stenz (Jason Clarke) uses a custom Ruger SR9c with a stainless steel slide and extended 17-round magazine as his sidearm. The Brugger & Thomet APC9 is used by several of the mercenaries who seize the White House, including Stenz and Killick (Kevin Rankin). President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx) fires a Brugger & Thomet MP9 with a suppressor after taking it from a fallen mercenary. Stenz uses a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with a suppressor while seizing control of the White House. A couple of Heckler & Koch MP5SD submachine guns can be seen in the White House armory.
Secret Service agents carry P90 submachine guns (behind Maggie Gyllenhaal) in a publicity shot for the film.
Cale gives Donnie the tour guide (Nicholas Wright) a Mossberg 590 Cruiser with a door breaching brake while rescuing the hostages.
A Marine in dress uniform holds a M16A4 as the President is escorted to the emergency bunker. Motts and Stenz fire at Cale and President Sawyer after they escape with the Presidential limousine.
Vadim (Anatoly Zinoviev) is armed with a short-barrelled SIG SG 552 carbine with a pronged flash hider and standard diopter sights while searching for the President in the White House living quarters.

Secret Service snipers use Remington 700 action mounted on the Cadex Defence Strike Dual rifle chassis.
On-set Armorer Paul Barrette shows off the Remington 700 action mounted on the Cadex Defence Strike Dual rifle chassis. Secret Service snipers with a Remington 700 mounted on the Cadex Strike Dual Chassis and a thermal scope. Mercenaries use DPMS Panther LRT SASS rifles with suppressors after seizing them from the White House's rooftop armory.
On-set Armorer Paul Barrette shows off the DPMS Panther rifle (from the Blu-Ray special features). The mercenaries use a Minigun mounted on a Secret Service Chevrolet Suburban during a car chase on the White House lawn. The mercenaries also use a Browning M2 machine gun attached to a Leupold mount with several sights, including a Leupold HAMR scope.
Firing the M2 attached to a Leupold mount with several sights, including a Leupold HAMR scope. The MH-60 Black Hawk helicopters transporting Delta Force commandos have FN M240D machine guns mounted as door guns. President Sawyer (Jamie Foxx) uses what appears to be an M26 hand grenade as a distraction when he is confronted by Walker and Stenz at the White House pool. The launcher in the film is erroneously depicted as a standard hard-launch missile launcher, instead of a soft-launch (where the missile is pneumatically ejected a safe distance and then ignites its motor). The mercenary remounts the Command Launch Unit to another Javelin missile tube after firing.
A mercenary fires an RPG-7 at an advancing M1 Abrams during a chase between the mercenaries and Cale as he and the President attempt to flee using the Presidential Limousine.
While being chased in the Presidential limousine, President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx) takes out a custom rocket launcher which resembles an Airtronic RPG-7.
While in the Presidential limousine, President Sawyer finds a disassembled RPG launcher, with a Leupold HAMR sight.
The Krag-Jorgensen carbine is used by the villainous Medford (Tom Conway) and Vandermeer (Philip Dorn). Therefore, Watch Movies is not responsible for the accuracy, compliance, copyright, legality, decency, or any other aspect of the content of other linked sites. He then proceeds to find President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx) and the two try to find a way to thwart the terrorists.
A few of the Secret Service Uniformed Division officers are also armed with Berettas, which the mercenaries use to seize control of the White House.

He later gives it to President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx) to protect himself while they flee through the White House catacombs. John Cale (Channing Tatum) also uses a SIG P250 Compact with a threaded barrel, taken from a fallen Secret Service agent (again, a weapon not used by the real USSS). The submachine gun seen is fitted with a tan upper receiver, an EOTech XPS2 sight, tactical light and suppressor.
Stenz's right hand man Motts (Falk Hentschel) uses a MP5A3 with tan furniture, a RIS handguard and foregrip, which is later taken by Cale when he rescues President Sawyer.
Although the mercenaries are seen grabbing the MP5SDs, in a continuity error they turn into MP5A3s with suppressors when they are fired.
This is one of the few weapons used by Secret Service in this movie that is in fact used by the Secret Service in real life. While the Javelin is designed as an anti-tank weapon, it uses an IR (heat-seeking) guidance system like those used on air-to-air missiles, allowing it to easily engage helicopters. In reality, an RPG-7 with a PG-7VM rocket will do next to nothing to an M1 Abrams tank, especially from the front.
He apparently doesn't realize that an RPG-7 with a PG-7VM rocket will do next to nothing to an Abrams, especially from the front. This particular launcher appears to be an RPG-7D paratrooper model fitted with an M4-style stock and RIS rails. Here, the launcher appears to be a RPG-7D paratrooper model distinguished by its takedown feature and the safety latch extension. Strangely, the Javelin is abandoned in favor of an outdated RPG-7 when the mercenaries actually have to destroy a tank, and Cale often describes them as "surface to air missiles". Why they didn't use one of the dozen or so Javelin ATGMs they had just carried up, which would easily destroy an Abrams from any angle, is a mystery. The type used is distinguishable from the standard RPG-7 by its takedown feature and the safety latch extension that is visible under the launch tube to prevent the sear from functioning when the launcher is in two pieces.
Two separate rocket types can be seen being used with this weapon; the PG-7VM and the larger PG-7VL, but this launcher is fitted with a chromed warhead. In real life the US Secret Service no longer uses the M4A1, having replaced it with the Knight's Armament Company SR-16.
The chrome is most likely for pure design and and to attract the audience, as chromed warheads have no beneficial value and too costly to be standard issue.

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