Chappie is a 2015 science fiction film directed by Neill Blomkamp (Elysium and District 9) that revolves around a law enforcement robot who starts to learn about human emotions after being captured by criminals. The film stars Hugh Jackman and Sigourney Weaver, with Sharlto Copley providing motion capture and voice for "Chappie".
The following weapons were used in the film Chappie:
Vincent Moore (Hugh Jackman) is seen carrying what appears to be a Glock 17 as his primary firearm. At one point, the Glock is fitted with an extended magazine. The weapon starts out with an OD Green frame, but later switches to a standard black frame. Amerika (Jose Pablo Cantillo) also carries a standard Glock as his sidearm throughout the film.
Glock 17 OD Green - 9x19mm
Glock 17 3rd Gen - 9x19mm
Vincent with his Glock holstered.
Vincent holds his Glock on Deon as part of his 'prank.'
Vincent shows Deon that the magazine is unloaded.
Vincent brandishes the Glock. Notice that now the Glock has a standard black frame.
Vincent firing at Chappie. In this shot the Glock appears to have returned to an OD Green frame.
Vincent opens fire, having reloaded his Glock with a high-capacity magazine.
Amerika loads the Glock before he and Ninja kidnap Deon.
Amerika chambers the Glock.
Amerika gestures at the disassembled Scout with his Glock.
Amerika has his Glock in a chest holster during the climax.
Vektor SP1 Sport
Ninja's (Ninja) main sidearm is a Vektor SP1 Sport fitted with a red dot sight. Chappie also handles the weapon during a few scenes.
Vektor SP1 Sport - 9x19mm
The first time we see the SP1 Sport, it is a stunt casting or replica. This is during the scene where Ninja smashes Deon's car window and kidnaps him. Note that the prop's red dot sight is bent and there is clearly no glass in it.
Ninja brandishes the SP1 Sport when teaching Chappie how to shoot, demonstrating poor trigger discipline.
Another angle of the same scene.
Chappie fires, having learned horrible stance and aim from Ninja.
Ninja with the SP1 Sport as he explains to Chappie how to steal cars.
Chappie with the SP1 Sport.
Hippo (Brandon Auret) uses a two-tone Vektor SP1 during the climax.
Hippo draws a Vektor SP1 during the climax.
Hippo (Brandon Auret) uses two Varan PMX-90s as his main sidearms. One has a stainless slide and the other a stainless frame with a standard slide and grips, making it reverse two-tone.
Hippo threatens Ninja with the Varan.
Hippo uses his opposite Varan to shoot Pitbull.
Hippo strikes a pose with his Varans.
Webley .38 Mk III
Deon Wilson (Dev Patel) purchases and uses a Webley .38 Mk III as his sidearm.
Webley .38 Mk III Commercial Contract 3 inch barrel - .38 S&W
Deon holds the Webley in a production still.
The Webley on the gun store counter.
Upon arriving at the hideout, Deon checks his inventory: rubber chicken and Webley Mk III.
Deon threatens Ninja and America with the Webley.
Desert Eagle Mark I
Ninja uses a Desert Eagle Mark I during the latter half of the film. One is also seen on the poster.
IMI Desert Eagle Mark I - .357 Magnum
Ninja checks the load in the DE.
A clearer shot of the above scene (this shot is from the trailer). Note that Ninja's tattoos are different.
Ninja fires his DE, enraged, and succeeds in disabling the MOOSE's camera feed.
One of Vincent's mercenaries has a Beretta holstered. One is also seen in the hands of an armored car security guard.
Chappie's POV of the merc's Beretta in its holster.
The security guard clutching his Beretta.
Yo-Landi (Yo-Landi Visser) carries a South African Armscor BXP painted bright pink.
Yo-Landi taking cover with the pink BXP.
Yo-Landi loads up her BXP before the heist.
Yo-Landi firing the BXP alongside the Micro-Uzi.
Amerika (Jose Pablo Cantillo) uses an IMI Uzi during the opening firefight.
Amerika fires the Uzi just before he is hit.
Yo-Landi is seen grabbing a Micro Uzi painted blue, while gearing up for the heist, and is briefly seen firing it alongside the Armscor BXP.
IMI Micro Uzi with 15 round magazine - 9x19mm
Yo-Landi loads up the Micro Uzi.
The only semi-clear shot of Yo-Landi firing both the BXP and the Micro Uzi.
One of Hippo's (Brandon Auret) men is seen with a MAT-49. Another is seen held by one of the King's (Eugene Khumbanyiwa) bodyguards.
Hippo's man relieves Ninja of his keys, wielding a MAT-49.
The King's bodyguard cradling a MAT-49 on the left.
One of Hippo's (Brandon Auret) men wields a PPSh-41 during the opening firefight.
PPSh-41 - 7.62x25mm Soviet
Hippo's man with the PPSh-41.
Hippo's man fires the PPSh-41.
The main weapon carried by the law enforcement robots is the Vektor R5 carbine. One of Moore's operatives is armed with a Vektor rifle in a tactical configuration with UTG quad rail mounts and CAA railed handguards. The rifle appears very similar to ones used in Strike Back - Season 3.
A Scout with the R5 in the opening.
A rack of R5 rifles is seen when Scout 022 rearms at the beginning of the film.
Scout 022 engages gang members with the R5.
The R5 rifle airborne when Scout 022 is hit with an RPG warhead.
Human officers with R5 rifles.
An officer takes cover with an R5.
One of Moore's mercenaries fires his customized R5 rifle.
Mk 18 Mod 0
Ninja uses a custom Mk 18 Mod 0. It is fitted with a suppressor, ELCAN SpecterDR 1x/4X scope, PEQ-16 laser/light module, and flashlight, all painted school bus yellow with pink or yellow magazines.
Mk 18 Mod 0 with LMT rear sight, Crane stock, and RIS foregrip - 5.56x45mm
Ninja takes his Mk 18 off the dashboard of the van. This is clearly a rubber prop, as evidenced by the bend in the stock.
Ninja fires at a police helicopter.
Ninja chambers the Mk 18 before the heist.
Ninja with his Mk 18 as the gang loads up.
Ninja fires his carbine at Hippo and his men. Note the magazine is now yellow; he is seen reloading the Mk 18 from afar on television.
Firing the Mk 18 during the climax. Good thing Ninja is firing blanks, or his face would be absorbing some nasty recoil.
Ninja has a keychain that looks to emulate his signature rifle, although the keychain more closely resembles a SIG SG 550
Hippo (Brandon Auret) arms himself with a custom gold-plated AK shorty rifle. This appears to be the same custom-made AK seen in Lord of War.
The custom-built gold shorty AK as used in the film Lord of War
Hippo fires his custom AK during the riots.
Another angle of the same scene.
Hippo chambers the AK when confronting Ninja and the others.
Hippo opens fire with the custom AK.
Hippo engaging the MOOSE.
Ninja takes up Hippo's custom AK.
In this shot it is clear that the AK has been reloaded, as the magazine loaded is a standard black magazine rather than the gold-plated one.
Several characters in the film use AKMS rifles, most notably Amerika (Jose Pablo Cantillo).
Two of Hippo's men ready their AKMSs before the opening firefight.
One of Hippo's men with an AKMS.
Amerika holds the AKMS on Chappie when he is first booted up.
One of Vincent's mercenaries with an AKMS when they capture Chappie.
Amerika cocks and locks the AKMS before the heist.
Amerika with the AKMS during the climax.
Amerika fires his AKMS at the Moose.
Another angle of the same scene.
DSA SA58 OSW
Hippo (Brandon Auret) is seen very briefly handling what appears to be a DSA SA58 OSW carbine during the opening firefight.
Hippo jumps through a window with the SA58 OSW.
A less blurry shot of the same scene.
What appear to be Vektor R1 rifles are seen a few times in the film, first in the hands of a police sniper in the opening, and later in the hands of one of Hippo's men during the finale.
A police sniper holds a scoped R1.
One of Hippo's men fires an R1 rifle on the left.
Heckler & Koch G3
One of Hippo's men appears to be using a Heckler & Koch G3 with a slimline handguard during the finale.
Heckler & Koch G3A3 with slimline handguard - 7.62x51mm
One of Hippo's men firing the G3.
One of Hippo's men is briefly seen firing what appears to be an Armalite AR-10 during the finale.
Armalite AR-10 - 7.62x51mm
One of Hippo's men firing the AR-10.
Ninja (Ninja) uses a short-barrelled Remington 870 during several scenes. It has an aftermarket foregrip and a sidesaddle shell holder. A police Scout is also seen using a Remington 870 Riot Gun later in the film.
A Remington 870 with Pachmayr 'Vindicator' grip.
Ninja holds the Remington on Deon.
Ninja with the Remington as he teaches Chappie to walk 'gangsta.'
Chappie wields the Remington.
Ninja holds the Remington on Chappie to emulate someone threatening him.
Remington 870 with early style Black Synthetic Riot foregrips and buttstock - 12 gauge. The foregrip is different from that used in the film.
A Scout fires the Remington 870.
What appears to be a Mossberg 500 is seen being loaded by a police officer in archival footage. Another police officer is seen firing a Mossberg 500 during the opening.
Mossberg 500 'Persuader' - 12 Gauge
In archival footage, a police officer appears to be loading a Mossberg 500.
A riot cop fires the Mossberg 500.
Truvelo CMS Sniper Rifle
A police Scout uses a short-barreled Truvelo CMS Sniper Rifle loaded with explosive rounds during the opening gun battle.
Truvelo CMS Sniper Rifle - 20x42mm
A Scout taking aim with the rifle.
The Scout cycles the bolt.
A Truvelo CMS seen later at police headquarters.
GE M134 Minigun
The GE M134 Minigun is seen mounted on the MOOSE.
General Electric M134 - 7.62x51mm NATO
The MOOSE engaging targets with its Minigun.
A closer shot of the MOOSE firing its Minigun.
The Minigun visible in profile.
The Minigun on Vincent's model MOOSE.
An M249 Para is seen briefly in The King's (Eugene Khumbanyiwa) hideout.
The M249 Para in The King's hideout.
An Vektor SS-77 is seen briefly in an armoury at police headquarters.
Vektor SS-77 General Purpose Machine Gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
The SS-77 at police headquarters.
Denel Inkuzi PAW
Deon steals a Denel Inkuzi PAW from the Tetravall armory, and it is used by Yo-Landi (Yo-Landi Visser) and Chappie during the battle with the MOOSE.
Denel Inkuzi PAW with EOTech Holographic Sight, current model with double stack magazine well and 6 round drum magazine - 20x42mm
Yo-Landi holding a Denel Inkuzi PAW in a production still. Notice her trigger discipline.
Deon takes out the PAW. This can be seen to be the Inkuzi PAW production version rather than the PAW-20 prototype through the use of the 6-round drum magazine.
Chappie identifies the PAW as a weapon.
Chappie armed with the PAW and grenades.
Chappie airborne with the PAW.
The markings are clearly visible as Chappie readies the PAW. The horizontal magazine release is another sign that this is a production Inkuzi PAW, as the prototypes had a vertical mag release: this was changed as it was possible for recoil to operate the lever and drop the mag.
Chappie opens fire on the MOOSE.
Yo-Landi about to fire the PAW.
Mk 19 grenade launcher
The Mk 19 grenade launcher is also seen mounted on the MOOSE.
Mk 19 grenade launcher 40mm in vehicle mounting
The Mk 19 is seen when Vincent is being interviewed during the opening.
The Mk 19 is seen as the MOOSE touches down.
The Mk 19 on Vincent's model MOOSE.
A fictional Multiple Launch Rocket System is seen on the MOOSE. It seems to have at least two different warheads loaded; one is a direct-attack rocket, and the other is what Vincent refers to as a 'cluster bomb', which fires in a top-attack flight profile and rains down multiple projectiles on the enemy.
Close-up on the MOOSE's MLRS.
The MOOSE deploys a direct-attack rocket.
The MOOSE fires a 'cluster bomb.'
The effects of the MOOSE's 'cluster bomb.'
Hippo (Brandon Auret) shoots Scout 22 with an RPG-7 during the opening shootout.
Hippo trades his AKMS in for an RPG-7.
Hippo about to squeeze the trigger.
Deon steals a belt of grenades from the Tetravaal armory, which are later used by Chappie. They bear a resemblance to the fictional grenades seen in Elysium. Although they strongly resemble hand grenades, they are in fact triggered using a detonator.
Chappie identifies the grenades.
Chappie duct-tapes a grenade to a throwing knife.
Chappie with a belt of grenades, that he in fact does not use.
The grenade, now stabbed into the MOOSE.
Chappie holding the detonator.
The grenade's pointless LED light turns red just before it detonates.
Ninja and Yo-Landi's Armory
Ninja (Ninja) and Yo-Landi (Yolandi Visser) have a very stylized armory in their hideout, with colored outlines around each weapon's mounting.
Various other weapons are seen in the Tetravaal Armory, and at Hippo's (Brandon Auret) hideout.
machine gun and a Mk 19 grenade launcher
can be seen in the Tetravaal armory, as well as what appears to be the LSAT
machine gun in the foreground, likely an airsoft prop.
Many rifles are seen in the pool at Hippo's hideout.