With Max Payne about to storm its way into theaters with both guns blazing, you may be thinking “Gee, do I have what it takes to be an ultra hardass dual-wielding cop?” The answer is no, but that doesn’t mean you can’t steal his look.

Max PayneThe Shirt

To battle the cold of both the weather and that empty pit of your heart, you’re going to need a black turtleneck sweater.  Stylish and warm, it also looks totally badass when you’re rocking a shoulder holster.

The Jacket

Was there ever any doubt you’d be wearing a long, black leather coat?  I didn’t think so.  Every man should own a black leather jacket because they’re cool and they look great while keeping you warm.

The Pants

Black dress pants that go with the turtle neck to finish out the Mark Wahlberg Max Payne look.

The Handgun

Standard issue for tons of police departments and government agencies, the high capacity Beretta 92FS is a great choice for a personal defense weapon.  Holding 15 rounds of 9mm ammunition, you’ll be among the ranks of other such badass users as both Max Payne and John McClane.

The Shotgun

While I can’t discern which model Payne is holding in the photos, you can’t go wrong with an 18.5″ barrel 12gauge shotgun.  Personally, I’m partial to the Mossberg 500/590, which is also in use by many government and police agencies, including the United States Army.

Knowing this makes you a bad ass.  Just kidding you’re still just a fanboy, but so am I. Max Payne looks to be a balls-out, kick-ass action romp full of stylish clothes and tons of bullets.  If you want to cop this look for Halloween, its not hard, and if you want to purchase a gun for self-defense (and fun!) these two Max Payne inspired pics will serve you well.

When will you see Max Payne?


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