Hot Shots! Part Deux
Hot Shots! Part Deux is the 1993 sequel to Hot Shots! (1991). Charlie Sheen returns as Topper Harley, who is asked to join a rescue team to get back his former commanding officer who was caught behind enemy lines. Also returning from the first film are Valeria Golino and Lloyd Bridges. While the first film was chiefly a parody of Top Gun, the sequel was mostly a parody of the Rambo films (the cast even includes Rambo co-star Richard Crenna).
The following weapons were used in the film Hot Shots! Part Deux:
Topper Harley (Charlie Sheen) uses the M60E3 in the mission.
Topper Harley (Charlie Sheen
) armed with the M60E3 while in the jungle.
Topper fires on the Iraqi coast guard boat. Note the blank-firing adapter in the barrel.
The 7.62 shell casings almost bury him!
While Harley speaks to Arvid, the M60E3 is seen between them.
As he speaks to Ramada, Topper holds the M60E3. Note the dummy rounds.
Topper armed with the M60E3 while infiltrating the prison compound.
Topper fires the M60E3. Because he is actually firing the machine gun, these are blank rounds.
Harley holds the M60E3 while he carries Dexter Hayman (Rowan Atkinson
) on his shoulder.
Browning AN/M2 are mounted on Iraqi army jeeps.
The machine gun seen here is a Browning AN/M2.
The machine gun seen on the left.
Williams uses the machine gun.
Iraqi soldier mans the machine gun.
Browning M2HB machine guns are dual-mounted on the bow of the Apocalypse Now PBR carrying "Captain Willard" (an uncredited Martin Sheen). Another single M2 is mounted in the stern of the PBR. These are likely just mockups.
Dual Browning M2HB in PBR - .50 BMG
Another single M2 is mounted in the stern of the PBR.
Browning M2 Aircraft Machine Gun
What appear to be twin Browning M2 Aircraft machine guns are mounted on Iraq navy boats such as The Behn Gazaarah.
Browning M2 Aircraft, Flexible - .50 BMG
The same configuration on a different Iraqi boat.
Williams (Michael Colyar) carries an M14 fitted with a scope and black furniture. This rifle also is seen in the hands of Ramada.
M14 rifle with Sadlak Industries Steel scope mount - 7.62x51mm NATO
Williams on the right with the rifle.
Williams fires the M14 from the boat.
This rifle also is seen in the hands of Ramada.
Colt Model 653
One of the SEALs brandishes a Model 653 assault rifle with the M203.
One of the SEALs brandishes a Model 653
assault rifle with the M203.
Colt M16 (SP1) with grenade launcher
Rabinowitz (Ryan Stiles) is seen with an M16 fitted with what appears to be an M203 grenade launcher. This configuration is similar to the rifle carried in Predator.
Screen-used Faux M203 launcher (39mm) attached to M16/SP1 (5.56x45mm) configured as seen in Predator
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Rabinowitz with the rifle. This shot was reversed in the film.
M16 style rifle
In some scenes, the rifle carried by Rabinowitz appears to have a forward assist like on a Colt AR-15A2 Sporter II.
Colt AR-15A2 Sporter II, early model with magazine removed and A1 upper receiver - 5.56x45mm
Rabinowitz (Ryan Stiles
) is seen with an M16
fitted with what appears to be an M203 grenade launcher.
Rabinowitz holds the rifle as the squad waits for Topper.
Heckler & Koch SP89 (Mocked Up as MP5K)
Ramada (Valeria Golino) is seen carrying what appears to be a Heckler & Koch SP89 converted to resemble the MP5K.
Heckler & Koch SP89 converted to MP5K.
Ramada dual-wields HK's during the boat attack.
Ramada armed with her HK during the prison infiltration.
Heckler & Koch SP89
In a continuity error, Ramada (Valeria Golino) carries an unmodified Heckler & Koch SP89 in some scenes instead of one mocked up to resemble the MP5K.
Ramada carries the SP89 as the team enters the prison compound. Here the SP89 is not the modified one.
Daisy Softair Model 15 MP5K replica
In some scenes, the "MP5K" carried by Ramada (Valeria Golino) is a Daisy Softair Model 15 MP5K replica.
Daisy Airsoft Model 15 MP5K replica.
Heckler & Koch HK94 (Chopped and Converted, Mocked Up as MP5A3)
Heckler & Koch HK94s chopped and converted to look like the MP5A3 are seen used by Topper, Commander Arvid Harbinger (Miguel Ferrer) and other team members. These HK94's have the slender foregrips of early MP5's.
The "Fake MP5", the Heckler & Koch HK94A3 Converted to full auto fire, shortened barrel and added third firing position on trigger pack - 9x19mm. The version seen in the film has a slender foregrip.
SEAL with his converted HK94.
Commander Arvid Harbinger (Miguel Ferrer
) carries his converted HK94 as the SEALs infiltrates Saddam's compound (protected by Brinks!).
SEAL under fire while carrying the converted HK94.
Rabinowitz realizes he's firing the HK94 in the wrong direction.
Topper Harley (Charlie Sheen
) is armed with the modified HK94 as he tells the others to jump for it.
Iraqi soldiers carry Browning HPs with Pachmayr grips in their holsters.
Iraqi soldiers appear to carry Browning HPs
with Pachmayr grips in their holsters.
The Browning HP among the weapons on the crate.
An Iraqi soldier with the Browning HP as he's taken down by Topper.
What appears to be a Colt M1911A1
is seen in the holster of Capt. Benjamin L. Willard (an uncredited Martin Sheen
, reprising his role from Apocalypse Now
) as gives a thumbs up to his real-life son Charlie Sheen
Williams (Michael Colyar) charges his Beretta 92FS while aboard the transport.
Beretta 93R (Mocked up Beretta 92FS)
Saddam (Jerry Haleva) is seen using what appears to two full auto pistols that resemble the Beretta 93R. These are Beretta 92FS pistols converted to full-auto and customized with 93R barrels and long mags.
Beretta 92FS rendered with extended barrel and magazine.
Saddam with his Berettas at the film's beginning.
Saddam is awakened by the alarm and began firing the Berettas. The star pattern muzzle flash is seen.
Saddam holds up his twin Berettas.
Saddam (Jerry Haleva
) armed with one of his Berettas during a confrontation with Topper.
The AKM is the main rifle carried by Iraqi soldiers and sailors in the film.
At the film's beginning, the AKM is fired upon the SEALs.
The AKM seen on the left.
An Iraqi soldier fires his AKM that is fitted with a drum magazine.
Some Iraqi soldiers and sailors brandish AKMS.
Iraqi soldier in the center carries an AKM during the capture of the SEALs.
One of Iraqi sailors carries the AKMS while being mowed down by Topper.
This weapon is used by many Iraqi soldiers and officers including Rufshaad (Andreas Katsulas). Col. Denton Walters (Richard Crenna) is seen taking up an AKS-47.
The officer charges his AKS.
The colonel with his AKS.
Some of the SEALs at the film's beginning carry what appears to be a Colt XM177E2 fitted with an M203 grenade launcher.
A SEAL carries the Colt XM177E2
fitted with an M203 grenade launcher at the film's beginning.
One of the sailors aboard the Apocalypse Now PBR appears to carry an XM16E1.
Remington 870 Folding Stock
Ramada (Valeria Golino) uses a Remington 870 Folding Stock shotgun. She is seen doing the one-handed pump several times until the shotgun flies off the handle.
Remington 870 Folding Stock.
DefTech 37mm Launcher
Col. Denton Walters (Richard Crenna) takes up a DefTech 37mm Launcher after he escapes from the prison.
The launcher is seen on the left.
The launcher is seen on the crate.
Two Iraqi soldiers are seen firing an M2 Mortar that Arvid manages to nudge.
M203 Grenade Launcher
One of the SEALs is seen carrying a Colt Model 653 fitted with an M203 grenade launcher.
The launcher seen doesn't appear to be the same mockup seen on the M16 later.
M203 Grenade Launcher (Mockup)
The M16 rifle carried by Rabinowitz (Ryan Stiles) has the M203 mockup, which appears to be the 39mm pyrotechnic device seen also in Predator and Heartbreak Ridge.
Screen used Faux M203 39mm launcher attached to an M16/SP1 rifle.
Mk2 Hand Grenade
Topper Harley (Charlie Sheen) tosses an Mk2 Hand Grenade into the mouth of the Iraqi boat captain (an uncredited Gregory Sierra).
Topper prepares to toss the grenade.
The grenade in the mouth of the Iraqi boat captain (an uncredited Gregory Sierra
Grenades are seen on the crate along with other weapons.
Custom Oerlikon 20mm Cannon
The Iraqi Boat Captain (Gregory Sierra) is seen firing an Oerlikon 20mm Cannon that was mounted on the Iraqi ship. In order to make the weapon more menacing, two drum magazines attached together to make a saddle drum are mounted on the weapon instead of the usual single magazine. While there are left-handed 20mm Oerlikon drums, these are rarer than right-handed drums, and so the saddle drum is made from two right-handed drums with the one on the left mounted backwards.
The Hot Shots!
Oerlikon mounts a saddle drum magazine, seemingly made by simply attaching two regular drums together. The drum to the right is backwards as a result.
The Boat Captain fires the cannon.
M-47 Dragon Anti-Tank Guided Missile Launcher
An M47 Dragon Anti-Tank Guided Missile Launcher is seen carried by the team. Rabinowitz is seen taking up the launcher while at the prison compound. This particular launcher is missing the optical sight and bipod: in other words, it is an expended launch tube. An actual M47 would not be used as a plain shoulder fired launcher with no other means of support, and could not be fired at all without a sighting unit attached since the trigger is on the right-hand side of the sight (of course this can be overlooked given the way the launcher is actually used in the film).
Rabinowitz is seen taking up an M47 Dragon
Anti-Tank Guided Missile Launcher. Note the shape of the foam rubber base compared to the image above: this is blown apart when the missile is fired, showing this to be a spent tube.
Aiming the launcher. The folding sights mounted on the original sight bracket are a nice bit of prop work, and do a very good job of looking like they actually belong on the weapon. They appear to have been inspired by the folding sight of the Hotchkiss-Brandt SARPAC rocket launcher, a rather obscure 70s-era French attempt to produce a rival to the American M72 LAW
The Iraqi sailor shoots with a fake missile built to look like an RPG-type launcher.
An Iraqi sailor prepares to fire the RPG.
Saddam (Jerry Haleva) tries to shoot down a helicopter with what appears to be an RPG-7. This is likely a mockup similar to the ones seen in Rambo: First Blood Part II and Red Dawn.
Saddam tries to fire the RPG.
Saddam holds the launcher.
Gag Weapons in Action
Some of the weapons seen actually have humorious applications.
Ramada's M14 utilizes the "mallet" function.
M16 "Two Finger"
Rabinowitz with the "two finger" accessory on his M16.
The M47 Dragon launcher fires its punching glove.
Legendary Hen Archery
Topper decides to launch a hen after he runs out of arrows.