Biggles: Adventures in Time
The following weapons were used in the film Biggles: Adventures in Time:
The Haenel-Schmeisser MP28/II submachine guns (standing for the original Bergmann MP18) are used by James 'Biggles' Bigglesworth (Neil Dickson), the German Officer, Debbie, and Jim Ferguson (Alex Hyde-White). Several German soldiers on the secret facility also carry them.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
Early Heckler & Koch MP5A2 SMG's with staight magazines are used by the Met police PT17 Firearms Team as they try to find Biggles and Jim Ferguson.
A Mini Uzi is seen held by Jim Ferguson while he is dressed as a WWI soldier in a 1980's hotel room in London.
Sterling MK IV SMG
A Sterling SMG is used by Jim Ferguson and later Biggles as they return to 1917 in a stolen Police helicopter. It is originally an Aircrew Weapon from the Metropolitan Police Bell 206.
Mauser 98AZ Artillery Carbine
Mauser 98AZ Artillery Carbine rifles are used by the German soldiers. The Germans use mainly Mauser K98a rifles, which look like Polish WWII Mausers and were used by German "Stoßtruppen" (shock troops) during the trench warfare.
Mauser Gewehr 1898
Some German soldier use also Mauser Gewehr 1898 with turned bolt handles and shorter barrels.
Parker-Hale M-85 Sniper Rifle
The Police marksman in the helicopter uses the Parker-Hale M-85 rifle to take a shot at Jim Ferguson on the rooftop in 1986 London.
SMLE rifles are used by the British Army in 1917.
Webley Mk VI
Webley Mk VI revolvers are used by Biggles, Algie and Bertie
A Luger P08 is held by Biggles against Stahlhein's head.
A Browning Hi-Power is seen used by undercover police outside the Tower Hotel.
A Mauser C96 is also used.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub
What appears to be a snub version of the Smith & Wesson Model 19 is seen used by undercover police outside the Tower Hotel.
Vickers machine gun
A Vickers machine gun is seen on the Western front in 1917.
A Lewis gun is used by Jim Ferguson back in 1917 on Biggles' two-seat photo-recon aircraft (actually a modified Belgian Stampe SV.4 rather than anything that would have flown with the Royal Flying Corps in 1917). A Lewis gun is also seen in the trenches on the Western Front. The aircraft mounted weapon is in fact the ground service model with standard shoulder stock, rather than the 'spade grip' and barrel shroud.
Dual-mounted Maxim MG08 air-cooled machine guns are seen on Stahlhein's aircraft in 1917. This is actually a modified infantry machine guns, to look like as the aircraft version.
Webley & Scott Flare Pistol
A Webley & Scott flare pistol is used by Biggles in 1986 London to shoot at the Police Marksman in the helicopter.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
Model 24 Stielhandgranate are used by German troops, and also by Eric Von Stalhein who mutually tries to kill Biggles.
10,5-cm-leichte Feldhaubitze 18
During the weapons testing ground, various objects are around such as dummy soldiers and anachronistically WW2 German 105mm Howitzer alongside another artillery gun of unknown model. Shortly after the secret weapon is used, the objects crumble up.