Delta Farce

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Delta Farce (2007)

Delta Farce is a 2007 comedy starring Larry The Cable Guy, Bill Engvall and DJ Qualls as three misfit 'State Military Reserve' buddies that get activated and shipped off to Iraq. However, they somehow wind up in the Mexican desert. With this fact unbeknownst to them, the goofy trio sets out to help 'liberate' the area and in doing so aids a village plagued by a set of bandits. The cast also includes Keith David, Danny Trejo and Marisol Nichols.



The following weapons were used in the film Delta Farce:

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Rifles / Carbines

M4A1 Carbine

The M4A1 Carbine is the main weapon seen carried and used by the three main characters - Privates Larry McCoy (Larry the Cable Guy), Bill Little (Bill Engvall) and Everett Shackleford (DJ Qualls), as well as Master Sergeant Kilgore (Keith David). The M4A1 is also seen carried by practically all other US Army personnel. This would indicate the M4A1 as being the standard-issue weapon for US Army soldiers, which is incorrect; The M4A1 is generally used by more specialized units - The burst-fire M4 Carbine, as well as the M16A2 and M16A4 would have been more prevalent in real life. Several of the M4A1s in the film are built on M16A1 lower receivers, indicated by the older-style pistol grips lacking finger rests.

M4A1 Carbine - 5.56x45mm
A US Army soldier fires an M4A1 Carbine on the firing range.
Larry, Bill, Everett and various other soldiers ride in the plane, all seemingly armed with M4A1s.
The fellas open up a case of M4A1s.
Bill and Everett load up a couple of M4A1 Carbines.
PVT Bill Little (Bill Engvall) wields an M4A1. Behind him, Larry is likewise armed with an M4A1.
PVT Everett Shackleford (DJ Qualls) raises up his M4A1 to shoot at some 'Iraqis'.
The fellas confront a couple of 'Iraqis', all brandishing their M4A1 Carbines.
Everett wildly fires his M4A1 and he and the fellas storm the village.
PVT Larry McCoy (Larry the Cable Guy) with his M4A1 Carbine.
"This shit-hole of a country is Mexico!"
'Sarge' Kilgore (Keith David) suddenly appears, snatches Larry M4A1 and angrily declares their location, oblivious to the heavily armed bandits in front of him. Note M16A1 lower on this carbine.
Everett, Kilgore and Bill return fire at the attacking bandits near the ending of the film.
Larry protects Maria (Marisol Nichols), armed with his M4A1.

Ruger Mini-14

Several Ruger Mini-14s are seen used by Carlos Santana's (Danny Trejo) banditos throughout the film. Both the standard wood-furniture Ruger post-series 180 style carbine and stainless-steel synthetic furniture variants are seen.

New-style Ruger Mini-14 with stainless barrel & receiver, synthetic furniture and 20-round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Several banditos stand behind Carlos Santana (Danny Trejo) wielding their weapons. The one on the left aims a synthetic stock stainless Mini-14. An M1 Garand is seen aimed by another bandit out-of-sight behind Santana.
Several Santana bandits wield their weapons - From left to right: Winchester Model 1200/1300 Shotgun, AKM, and Ruger Mini-14. At the right, the barrel of an M1 Garand is just seen.
Bill, posing as a lost tourist, chats up a guard at Santana's compound, who is armed with a synthetic-furniture Mini-14.
Numerous bandits are seen cheering at the wrestling match, all holding weapons - The one in the foreground has a Mini-14.
Standard Ruger Mini-14 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Santana's men draw down on Larry when he appears - Two wood-furniture Ruger Mini-14s are seen to the left.
On the left, one of the bandits cheering at the compound's wrestling match has a standard Ruger Mini-14. Another bandit to the right has a Mossberg 500AT.
Closer shot of the above bandit and his Ruger.
An attacking bandit near the end of the film takes cover armed with a Mini-14.

M1 Garand

M1 Garand rifles are used by several of Santana's banditos.

M1 Garand semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
Several banditos stand behind Carlos Santana (Danny Trejo) wielding their weapons. To the right, one aims an M1 Garand while the one next to him (directly behind Santana) aims a Ruger Mini-14.
Santana's men draw down on Larry when he appears - An M1 Garand is seen to the upper right.
On the left, a bandit aims his Garand at Larry as he busts into their compound.

AKM

AKMs are seen used by several Santana bandits.

AKM, Stamped Steel Receiver w/ slant muzzle brake - 7.62x39mm
Several bandits conducting a raid react in surprise as Larry and crew unexpectedly charge into the village. The one on the right is armed with an AKM.
Santana and his bandits enter the village holding Bill (Bill Engvall) hostage. The bandit on the near left wields an AKM while the one next to him wields a Winchester 1200/1300 shotgun.
Several Santana bandits wield their weapons - From left to right: Winchester Model 1200/1300 Shotgun, AKM, and Ruger Mini-14. At the right, the barrel of an M1 Garand is just seen.
Several of the bandits flee in a pickup, firing their weapons - Among the firearms seen are an AKM, M1 Garand, Mossberg 500AT, S&W revolver, and a semiauto pistol (possibly a Beretta 92FS).
A bandit attacking the village near the end of the film fires an AKM.

L1A1 SLR

L1A1 SLRs fitted with wood furniture are seen used by some of Santana's bandits.

L1A1 SLR with wood furniture - 7.62x51mm NATO. Although this model features wood furniture, it has the contoured black fiberglass carry handle which identifies this as a later model L1A1 which has been fitted with after-market furniture.
Several of Santana's bandits flee as the fellas charge into the village, guns blazing - The one on the right is armed with what appears to be an L1A1.
Carlos Santana (Danny Trejo) threatens Luis (Nicholas Guilak) with his Python revolver. In the background is a bandit armed with an L1A1 SLR.
The bandits aim their weapons at Larry - An L1A1 SLR is seen at the far right.
A bandit on horseback is armed with the L1A1.
Seen through Larry's binoculars is another mounted bandit in front of the Sherman tank armed with an L1A1 SLR.
Two bandits fire at Larry as he readies the cannon to fire - The one on the left has an L1A1 SLR while the other has an AKM.

M1 Carbine

An M1 Carbine is seen used by one of Santana's bandits.

The Modern Manufactured version of the M1 Carbine, with standard stock, from Auto-Ordnance (affiliated with Kahr Arms and Thomson Arms) - .30 Carbine
"I'm sorry senor - did I cut you off?"
Santana (Danny Trejo) and his men have a hearty laugh at Bill's expense. One of them is seen in the background wielding an M1 Carbine.
Santana's men draw down on Larry when he appears - The barrel of an M1 Carbine is seen to the lower right.
Santana and his men aim their weapons at Larry. The one at the left has an M1 Carbine. An M1 Garand and Ruger Mini-14 are seen at the right, while Santana aims his Colt Python Elite.
The bandits aim their weapons at Larry - An M1 Carbine is seen in the middle, just left of the Mini-14.

Norinco Type 56

A Norinco Type 56 is seen used by one of Santana's bandits.

Norinco Type 56 (Imported into the U.S. as the Norinco AKS-47 or AKS-47 Sporter) - 7.62x39mm. Rather than having the underfolder pig sticker Bayonet assembly, this has the standard Bayonet lug underneath the gas block as the AKM and later variants.
The bandits aim their weapons at Larry - What appears to be a Type 56 is seen at the far left. Though difficult to tell, it appears to feature the hooded front sight, a feature unique to Chinese AKs.

Winchester Model 1894

One of the villagers who fights back near the end of the film has what appears to be a Winchester Model 1894 lever-action rifle.

Winchester 1894 - .30-30
"It is time we stand up to Santana once and for all!"
The villagers rally and join Larry and the fellas in fighting back against Santana and his men. One of the villagers has what appears to be a Winchester lever-action.
The villager second-from-right fires his lever-action rifle.

Handguns

Colt Python Elite

Carlos Santana (Danny Trejo) carries a 6" barreled nickel-plated Colt Python Elite with pearl grips as his weapon of choice.

Colt Python Elite, 6" barrel - .357 Magnum
Carlos Santana (Danny Trejo) brandishes his Colt Python Elite as part of his objection to the evening's 'entertainment'.
The Python is held on Bill Little (Bill Engvall).
"Actually senor - This is my business."
Santana cocks his Python Elite and holds it on Kilgore (Keith David), who now realizes his present predicament.
Santana and his men have a hearty laugh at Kilgore's expense.
Santana draws his Colt Python Elite on Paco and Hector, 'convincing' them to participate in the evening's wrestling match.
Opposite view of the Python held on Paco. Note 'PYTHON ELITE' on the barrel.
"You gringos are like a bad case of the crabs - I can't get rid of you!"
Carlos Santana draws his Python Elite on Larry.
Santana yells for his men to go after Larry and Everett, Colt Python in hand. This shot shows the pearl grips.
Santana holds his Python Elite on Maria (Marisol Nichols).
Carlos Santana (Danny Trejo) wields his Colt Python Elite at the end of the film.

M1911A1

Several Santana bandits carry M1911A1 pistols.

M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP. This was an issued U.S. Army pistol with parkerized finish, thus the official designation of M1911A1.
"It's Rambo! Lets get outta here!"
The bandits begin to flee upon Larry and crew charging guns-blazing the village. Luis (Nicholas Guilak), in the middle, fires an M1911A1. The bandit to the right has an AKM, while the the one to the left has an L1A1 SLR.
A bandit holds a M1911A1 on Kilgore (Keith David).

Beretta 92FS

Two Beretta 92FSs are seen held on Master Sergeant Kilgore (Keith David) when he is abducted by Santana. Berettas are also spotted being held by several of Santana's bandits.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Santana and his men have a hearty laugh at Kilgore's expense. What appears to be a Beretta is seen wielded by a bandit in the background.
Two Beretta 92FSs are held on Kilgore.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 (Nickel)

What appears to be a bright nickel Smith & Wesson Model 19 is briefly seen wielded by one of the bandits.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 (nickel) - .357 Magnum
What appears to be a nickel S&W is seen at the lower right.

Shotguns

Mossberg 500AT

A Mossberg 500AT is used by Larry McCoy (Larry the Cable Guy) to shoot items relating to his recent break-up. Mossberg 500ATs are also seen used by Santana's men.

Mossberg 500AT - 12 Gauge. Note wood furniture.
"I'm gonna blow away every nice thing I ever got that woman."
Larry McCoy (Larry the Cable Guy) with his Mossberg 500AT.
Larry pumps the 500AT.
Larry McCoy shoulders up the Mossberg.
Several of the bandits flee in a pickup, firing their weapons - Among the firearms seen are an AKM, M1 Garand, Mossberg 500AT, S&W revolver, and a semiauto pistol (possibly a Beretta 92FS).
On the right, one of the bandits cheering at the compound's wrestling match has a Mossberg 500AT. Another to the left has a standard Ruger Mini-14.

Mossberg 500

Mossberg 500s with extended magazine tubes are seen used by Santana's men.

Mossberg 500 with high-capacity magazine tube - 12 Gauge
Larry captures a bandit, holding his Mossberg in his left hand.
Larry tosses the Mossberg 500 to Bill Little (Bill Engvall).
Two bandits stand guard at the compound awaiting the night's 'entertainment' - The one on the right has a Mossberg 500 with hi-cap mag tube.

Winchester Model 1897

A Winchester Model 1897 shotgun is among the weapons seen used by Santana's bandits.

Winchester Model 1897 'riot gun' - 12 Gauge
To the right, bandit Hector wields a Winchester M1897.
Hector holds the M1897.
Another bandit has a Winchester M1897 as an infiltrating Bill walks past, snatching his tequila and drinking from it as he does so.
Another shot of the above bandit and his Winchester.

Winchester Model 1200/1300

What appears to be a Winchester Model 1200/1300 shotgun is among the weapons seen used by Santana's men.

Winchester Model 1200 Police Model - 12 Gauge
Santana and his bandits enter the village holding Bill hostage - To the far left, one wields a Winchester 1200/1300 shotgun.
Santana and his bandits enter the village holding Bill (Bill Engvall) hostage. The bandit on the near left wields an AKM while the one next to him wields a Winchester 1200/1300 shotgun.
Several Santana bandits wield their weapons - From left to right: Winchester Model 1200/1300 Shotgun, AKM, and Ruger Mini-14. At the right, the barrel of an M1 Garand is just seen.

12 Gauge Side-by-Side Double Barreled Shotgun

One of the villagers who fights back near the end of the film has a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun.

Stoeger/IGA Coach imported side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge
"It is time we stand up to Santana once and for all!"
The villagers rally and join Larry and the fellas in fighting back against Santana and his men. The villager at the far right has a short-barreled 'coach gun' Double Barreled Side-by-Side Shotgun.
The villager at the right wields his Double Barreled shotgun.

Machine Guns / Heavy Weapons

M60

The M60 machine gun is briefly seen wielded by Larry and primarily seen mounted on the Humvee, where it is manned and used by Bill (Bill Engvall) and later Kilgore (Keith David).

M60 machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
"Alright ladies... Lets Git 'R Done!"
Larry (Larry the Cable Guy) wields an M60. This is the only scene in which he holds this weapon.
The M60 seen mounted on the Humvee as the fellas mount-up.
Bill Little mans the M60 machine gun mounted on the Humvee.
Bill blazes away with the M60 as they assault the 'Iraqi insurgents' in the village. Note that he is holding the ammo belt, in doing so keeping tension on the rounds and preventing snagging.
Bill shows us his 'war face' as the M60 machine gun runs dry.
MSG Kilgore (Keith David) mans the M60 during the raid on the bandits' compound.
Kilgore fires the M60.

M136 AT4

The M136 AT4 is seen used by both Larry (Larry the Cable Guy) and Everett (DJ Qualls). Everett incorrectly refers to the launcher as a "Mark 1-5-3 Shoulder-Launched Multi-Purpose Assault Weapon"

M136 AT4 Anti-Tank rocket launcher - 84mm
A training diagram of the M136 AT4 is displayed.
Larry: "Come on, Everett - let me hold it."
Everett: "No, it's mine!"
Larry (Larry the Cable Guy) and Everett (DJ Qualls) squabble over an AT4. Note the fake red rocket in the launcher.
Everett dangerously discharges the M136 AT4.
Shot of the launcher being 'fired'. Note the fake rocket and it's blue and yellow color scheme; rather reminiscent of the prop rockets used in the original Red Dawn.
Larry and Everett react to the rocket's explosion downrange.
"This is a Mark 153 Shoulder-Launched Multi-Purpose Assault Weapon"
Everett (DJ Qualls) runs out, wielding his incorrectly-described M136 AT4 launcher.
"Who wants to ride the pain-train?"
Everett brandishes the AT4 at Carlos Santana (Danny Trejo) and his men.
Everett discharges the launcher as he and Larry fight over it.
The 'rocket' from the launcher in-flight.

Other

Sherman Tank

A WWII-era Sherman tank, called 'Big Bertha' by Carlos Santana (Danny Trejo), is brought out for the final assault on the village of La Miranda.

Santana's Sherman tank appears, with several bandits riding on it.
The Sherman tank at the village's gateway.
The Sherman begins assaulting the village.
Closer view of the Sherman
The Sherman fires its main gun.
The Sherman moves to fire at Larry before he can fire the cannon.

Cannon '1875 Napoleon 12-Pounder'

An antique cannon, described as an "1875 Napoleon 12-Pounder", is found in the village of La Miranda by Everett, who then spends a fair portion of the film working on making it operational. Larry ultimately uses it to take out Santana's Sherman tank near the end of the film.

Larry: "Where'd you get that cannon?"
Everett: "This is an 1875 Napoleon 12-Pounder - Only an amateur like yourself would call it a cannon."
Everett wheels out the cannon.
Everett (DJ Qualls) works on the cannon and waits for it to fire.
Everett and Larry (Larry the Cable Guy) anticipate the cannon to fire, only to have it fail to do so.
Larry rolls out the cannon in an attempt to take out the Sherman tank.
Larry attempts to light the fuze while taking fire from the attacking bandits.
In anger, Larry kicks the cannon, which then falls apart yet fires successfully, taking out the Sherman tank.

M116 75mm Pack Howitzer

Two M116 75mm Pack Howitzers are seen at Fort Davis, the fictional army base Larry, Bill and Everett are sent to.

M116 75mm "Pack" howitzer.
One of the M116s seen in front of the base's administration building.



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