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The Brink was an HBO television comedy that follows a geopolitical crisis involving the US and Pakistan as seen through the eyes of several key figures in the American government including members of the CIA and the US military. The series aired for 10 episodes in 2015.
The following weapons were used in the series The Brink:
A Beretta 92FS is used by General Ahmed Ali (David Diian) at the end of "Who's Grover Cleveland?" and at the start of "Just a Little Crazy Talk".
Beretta 92FS 9x19mm. This well worn movie gun is the Beretta 92FS that Mel Gibson used in the film, as well as Lethal Weapon 3
and Lethal Weapon 4
General Ali draws out his sidearm after Alex identifies himself as the only American staff member present.
General Ali prepares to fire his sidearm at the start of "Just a Little Crazy Talk".
A Walther PPK with ivory pearl grips is taken from the ambassador's office by Alex Talbot (Jack Black) in the middle of "Just a Little Crazy Talk". Unfortunately, Umair Zaman (Iqbal Theba) uses the PPK tucked in Alex's waistband to kill himself in the middle of "There Will Be Consequences".
Stainless Walther PPK with pearl grips - .380 ACP, the one in the show is nickel-plated and heavily engraved.
The PPK hidden underneath the ambassador's cigar box in "Just a Little Crazy Talk".
Alex nervously examines the PPK he secured in the deserted American embassy.
The PPK hidden behind Alex's back during a stand off.
Zaman aims the PPK on his left temple in "There Will Be Consequences".
French Model An IX Cavalry Flintlock Pistol
A French Model An IX Cavalry Flintlock Pistol is used by Martin (Rob Brydon) in the middle of "Tweet, Tweet, Tweet".
French Model An IX Cavalry Flintlock Pistol - .69 cal
Martin fires the pistol at Z-Pak.
A Remington 1866 Derringer is used by Vanessa (Michelle Gomez) in the middle of "Sticky Wicket" after being confronted by an Interpol agent.
Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 R.F. Caliber
Vanessa aims the loaded derringer at Jammer.
You can see that the derringer has a stainless steel finish.
AK-47s are seen in the hands of Pakistani military personnel throughout the season, which is incorrect since they are armed with license-made G3A3 as their standard rifle. If the soldiers are required to use AK-type rifles, the Pakistani Army issues the Chinese Norinco Type 56 instead of the genuine AK-47. A few are seen with Dotari tribesmen and "Taliban" militants in the middle of "Sticky Wicket".
Authentic AK-47 built from US Receiver. This is an Actual Screen used AK-47
from the film We Were Soldiers
(built by Cinema Weaponry) - 7.62x39mm
A Pakistani soldier clears a barricade in front of the embassy driveway in "Pilot".
A Pakistani soldier walks by a demonstration with the AK-47.
Zeke shoulders the AK-47 seized from a Dotari tribesman in the middle of "Sticky Wicket".
A few AKS-47s are seen with some Pakistani military personnel and "Taliban" militants throughout the season. Like the AK-47, the AKS-47 is a non-standard weapon in the Pakistani military.
A Pakistani soldier walks by a demonstration with the AKS-47 in "Pilot".
A few pro-Unity Party demonstrators are firing AKMs in protest marches throughout "Pilot". One Pakistani soldier is seen guarding the outskirts of a Pakistani Army prison at the start of "Half-Cocked". The AKM is a non-standard weapon in the Pakistani military like the AK-47. Some of the Dotari tribesmen in "Tweet, Tweet, Tweet" and in "Sicky Wicket" use AKMs. Pakistani soldiers and "Taliban" militants at the end of "Sticky Wicket" are armed with AKMs. Eritrean guerrilla fighters are armed with AKMs at the end of "There Will Be Consequences".
A pro-UP demonstrator fires his AKM into the air in the middle of "Pilot".
A Pakistani soldier patrols the exterior of a Pakistani Army prison in "Half-Cocked".
A Pakistani tribesman guards the warlord at the end of "Tweet, Tweet, Tweet".
Dotari tribesmen aim their assault rifles at Zeke and Jammer at the start of "Sticky Wicket".
Pakistani soldiers turn their AKMs at Prime Minister Zaman.
An Eritrean guerrilla fighter carries the nuke with the AKM slung on his back at the end of "There Will Be Consequences".
An AKMS is used by Martin to shoot Vanessa in the leg after a confrontation in "Sticky Wicket". Eritrean guerrilla fighters are armed with AKMS at the end of "There Will Be Consequences".
AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
A wounded Martin grips the AKMS.
An Eritrean guerrilla fighter with the AKMS slung on his shoulder.
Colt Model 653 "M16A1 Carbine" are seen with IDF soldiers throughout "Swim, Shmuley, Swim".
Colt Model 653 "M16A1 Carbine" modified with a 16" barrel - 5.56x45mm
An IDF soldier on guard duty at the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs compound in "Swim, Shmuley, Swim".
An IDF soldier on guard duty at the Beit Aghion.
The Colt M4A1 is used by American military personnel, private security contractors and Pakistani Special Services Group commandos in the season.
M4A1 with ACOG scope and Surefire M500AB weaponlight. This is one of the screen-used weapons seen in S.W.A.T.
A US Marine secures the embassy entrance in "Pilot".
A Pakistani SSG commando detains the Massoud family in "Half-Cocked".
A Pakistani SSG commando aims the M4A1 at the Massoud family while Captain Naseer talks
US Marines guard the American Embassy entrance during a lockdown.
Pakistani SSG commandos accompany General Haroon Raja near the end of "I'll Never Be Batman".
SSG commandos turn against Zaman at the end of "Just a Little Crazy Talk".
Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock and carrying handle removed - 5.56x45mm
The PSC with the M4A1 in "Pilot". Note that his rifle doesn't have a carry handle attached.
Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic, Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
Armed Marines secure the entrance of the besieged American Embassy in Islamabad at the start of "Who's Grover Cleveland?".
Heckler & Koch G36C
A Heckler & Koch G36C is seen in the hands of a private security contractor in the grounds of the American Embassy in Islamabad in "Pilot".
Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm with RIS foregrip
The PSC with the G36C in "Pilot".
Zastava M70B1s are seen with Pakistani tribesmen near the end of "I'll Never Be Batman". The Zastava is an unlikely choice for Pakistani tribesmen as they are capable for producing their own AK rifles, but the M70B1 is possibly used as a replacement for AK rifles made in the Khyber Pass. Lieutenant Commander Zeke "Z-Pak" Tilson (Pablo Schreiber) and Lieutenant Glenn "Jammer" Taylor (Eric Ladin) take them from the disarmed tribesmen at the start of "Swim, Shmuley, Swim".
Zastava M70B1 fixed stock rifle - 7.62x39mm.
Armed tribesmen are seen ambushing Zeke and Glenn at the end of "I'll Never Be Batman".
The tribesmen aim their rifles. You can see the three hole foregrip to confirm that it's a Zastava-made assault rifle at the start of "Swim, Shmuley, Swim".
Zeke aims the M70B1 at the disarmed tribesman.
Zeka and Jammer march under the heat after escaping from the tribesmen with their rifles.
A Browning M2HB is seen mounted on several Textron Stingray light tanks and on Humvees in the show's OP. It's seen on a Pakistani APC in "Pilot" after the coup was launched.
Several Textron Stingrays are seen in the show's OP.
A Humvee in the show's OP with the mounted M2HB.
A Pakistani APC driving in the streets of Islamabad in "Pilot". It's only hard to see since the vehicle was moving and the scene was shot at night.
A DShK machine gun is used by a "Taliban" militant when they launch a raid at the Dotari stronghold in the middle of "Sticky Wicket" and on a Pakistani Land Rover near the end of "Just a Little Crazy Talk".
A "Taliban" militant opens fire at armed Dotari tribesmen in "Sticky Wicket".
A Pakistani Land Rover with the mounted DShKM in "Just a Little Crazy Talk", possibly standing in for the Chinese-made Type 54.
Either a Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-23 or a 30-2 is mounted on a rogue Pakistani Air Force JF-17 fighter in "There Will Be Consequences".
Grayzev-Shipunov GSh-23 with ammo belt - 23mm
Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-30-2 30mm automatic cannon with unfired rounds - 30x165mm
The rogue JF-17 barrel rolls away from Zeke's F/A-18.
The M61 Vulcan is seen mounted on American military vehicles throughout the season.
GE M61 Vulcan Cannon - 20mm
Three F/A-18 Hornets are seen flying the show's opening credits.
A US Navy F/A-18 Hornet lands safely on the deck of the USS Ulysses S. Grant
in "Pilot" (S1E01).
Zeke's F/A-18 Super Hornet flying over Pakistani airspace in "I'll Never Be Batman" (S1E04).
A F/A-18 Hornet prepares for take off in the middle of "Just a Little Crazy Talk" (S1E09).
Zeke opens fire with the M61 at the rogue JF-17 in the middle of "There Will Be Consequences" (S1E10).
PKMs are seen with "Taliban" militants in the middle of "Sticky Wicket" and with Eritrean guerrilla fighters in "There Will Be Consequences".
PKM with classic (most seen) version of the flash hider - 7.62x54mm R
Two "Taliban" militant rush towards Zeke, Jammer and Vanessa with their PKMs in "Sticky Wicket".
A PKM on a Alfa Romeo truck bed at the end of "There Will Be Consequences".
Carl Gustav M2
A Carl Gustav M2 is seen with a "Taliban" militant in the middle of "Sticky Wicket".
Carl Gustav M2 - 84x246mm R
A "Taliban" militant takes aim with the Carl Gustav at Zeke, Jammer and Vanessa.
Euromissile HOTs are seen mounted on MBB Bo 105 choppers in the show's OP.
Two Bo 105s fly by in the show's OP with Euromissile HOT missile tubes.
Three Bo 105s fly by over the Humvee in the show's OP.