The Guns of John Wick Made the Rounds in Indy (PHOTOS)

Lots of guns seen in the upcoming John Wick installment were in attendance at the NRA Annual Meetings last week in Indianapolis.

Glock‘s booth featured several firearms seen in John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, on loan from Xtreme Props & Weapons Rentals in Simi Valley, California.

Mr. Wick’s own Glock, a Gen 4 G34 FDE, was under glass. (Photos: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

Other guns included Halle Berry’s Glock G19 Taran Tactical Innovations Combat Master.

Berry plays Sofia, an assassin and a close friend of John Wick who has become "Management."

Berry plays Sofia, an assassin and a close friend of John Wick who has become “Management.”

G19X used by Wick and a G34 MOS with RMR carried by Berry

Also on hand was a more or less stock G19X used by Wick and a G34 MOS with RMR carried by Berry in the film.

Wick's G34 Taran Tactical Combat Master from JW2

Going further back in the series, Wick’s G34 Taran Tactical Combat Master from JW2 was in the same case

Meanwhile, over at the Safariland booth, they were showing off a Vault III package, one of just 10 in existence. Each contains an STI 2011 Combat Master, a TTI Glock 34 Combat Master, a TTI Ultimate MPX, and a TTI Ultimate Benelli 3-Gun– as well as a “used” No. 2 pencil.

Vault III Wick guns STI TTI

How much for just the pencil?

JW3 is set to release May 17 but to help fill in the time until then, the Guns.com crew visited with Taran Tactical to get the scoop on the long-slide worthy of Mr. Wick, below.

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