The Bone Snatcher is a 2003 horror film, a UK-Canadian-South African co-production. In the Namib Desert in South Africa something is killing people, leaving behind only their bones. The security team from a local mining corporation is dispatched, along with a Canadian systems analyst, and discovers that some living form consisting of a black mass is taking the bones and using them to provide structure for locomotion.
The following firearms were used in The Bone Snatcher.
Karabiner 98k Sporter
The main gun used is a Karabiner 98k Sporter with a large scope on it. It is primarily carried by Kurt (Andre Weideman) but occasionally changes hands.
Karabiner 98k Sporter - 7.92x57mm
Kurt holds the rifle as the group examines the corpses of the diamond prospectors.
Closeup of the scope as Kurt sights the monster through it.
Karl (Warrick Grier
) takes the rifle from Kurt to shoot the monster himself.
The rifle's left side as Karl prepares to fire.
Smith & Wesson 916
A Smith & Wesson 916 is used by Karl (Warrick Grier) in several scenes.
Smith & Wesson 916 - 12 gauge
Kurt (Andre Weideman
) holds the shotgun. Karl has Kurt's bolt-action rifle.
Karl takes aim during the creature's attack against the camp.
Closeup of Karl's shotgun.
Heckler & Koch G3
A South African Heckler & Koch G3 is seen carried by Titus (Patrick Shai). After he is severely injured by the creature, Mikki (Rachel Shelley) carries but never uses the rifle. Karl (Warrick Grier) wields the gun during the film's climax at the mine.
H&K G3 with South African Synthetic Furniture - 7.62x51mm NATO
Titus (right) with his South African G3.
Titus with the South African G3 as the group walks through the desert.
Titus' South African G3 in silhouette as he check's Kurt's (Andre Weideman
) sleeping bag.
Johan (Patrick Lyster) carries a Beretta 92FS as his sidearm in one scene.
Side view of Johan's Beretta.