Hamilton: I nationens intresse

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Hamilton: I nationens intresse
HamiltonINationensIntresse.jpg
Theatrical Poster
Country SWE.jpg Sweden
Directed by Kathrine Windfeld
Release Date 2012
Language Swedish
English
Russian
Arabic
Studio International Traders
Pampas Produktion
Distributor SF International Sales
Main Cast
Character Actor
Carl Hamilton Mikael Persbrandt
Mouna Al Fathar Seba Mubarak
Rob Hart Jason Flemyng
DG Lennart Hjulström
Benjamin Lee Ray Fearon


Hamilton: I nationens intresse (eng. Hamilton: In the Interest of the Nation) is the 2012 film adaptation of Jan Guillou's novel of the same name.


The following weapons were used in the film Hamilton: I nationens intresse:

Contents


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Handguns

Heckler & Koch USP

A Russian smuggler uses a Heckler & Koch USP in Afghanistan near the beginning of the film. Sectragon PMC Rob Hart (Jason Flemyng) and his team, including Miller (Leo Gregory) also use Heckler & Koch USPs as their sidearms during their stay in Middle East. Hart gives Carl Hamilton (Mikael Persbrandt) a Heckler & Koch USP during the rescue mission.

Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
A Russian smuggler checks his USP near the beginning of the film.
A Sectragon PMC rewards a treacherous Russian smuggler with a 9mm bullet.
Benjamin Lee disarms Miller of his USP in Ethiopia.
Ron Hart holds his USP on a Somalian soldier guarding the prison.
Hamilton holds his USP on a Somalian soldier during the rescue mission.
Miller executes Chad with his USP. The USP is either unloaded or a replica during this scene, as the slide is not seen moving. It is also dangerous to fire blanks so close to an actor's face.

CZ 100

Benjamin Lee (Ray Fearon) uses a CZ 100 as his sidearm in Ethiopia. PLO Agent Mouna al Fathar (Seba Mubarak) also carries a CZ 100 as her sidearm in Amman.

CZ 100 - 9x19mm
Lee fires a warning shot next to Miller.
"Back up or the next shot goes right between the eyes.".
A close-up of the CZ 100. Note how you can make out the serial number.
Mouna runs with her CZ 100 in hand.
Mouna fires her CZ 100 at a Sectragon sniper.
Mouna pulls her CZ 100 on Benjamin Lee after the ambush.

Glock 17

Carl Hamilton (Mikael Persbrandt) uses a Glock 17 as his primary firearm in Sweden. Hamilton also gives Mouna al Fathar (Seba Mubarak) a Glock 17 in Sweden.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation)- 9x19mm
Hamilton holds his Glock 17 at the safe cabin in Sweden.
Hamilton checks the magazine of one of his Glocks.
Hamilton sticks his Glock 17 on a corrupt Swedish weapons manufacturer.
Mouna fires her Glock at Miller.
Mouna reloads her Glock in the woods.
Hamilton aims his Glock on Miller.
Mouna holds her Glock in the woods.

Walther P5

Rob Hart's (Jason Flemyng) second-in-command, Sectragon PMC Miller (Leo Gregory) uses a Walther P5 in Sweden.

Walther P5 - 9x19mm
Miller chambers his P5 at the hotel.
Miller holds his P5 in the woods.

Beretta 92FS

Rob Hart (Jason Flemyng) uses a Beretta 92FS in Sweden. Carl Hamilton (Mikael Persbrandt) also uses the Beretta at the Carlson hotel near the end of the film.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Hamilton struggles with Hart as Hart holds his Beretta.
Hart's Beretta drops on the floor.
Hamilton holds Hart's Beretta on him.
Hamilton holds the Beretta.

Rifles & Carbines

M4A1 Carbine

Sectragon PMC Rob Hart (Jason Flemyng) and his team uses M4A1 carbines in the Middle East. Carl Hamilton (Mikael Persbrandt) after the Somali prison rescue. He most notably uses the M4A1 to commandeer a Sectragon helicopter.

Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic, Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
A Sectragon PMC holds his M4A1 during the ambush at the Afghani border.
Rob Hart slaps in a magazine into his M4A1 before the Somali prison rescue.
A Sectragon PMC holds his M4A1 before the Somali prison rescue.
Miller holds his M4A1 at the Somali prison.
Several Sectragon contractors hold their M4A1 carbines during the rescue mission.
A PMC enters the prison with his M4A1.
Hart holds his M4A1 as he prepares to execute a Somalian prison guard with his sidearm.
Hamilton chambers an M4A1 taken from one of the Sectragon PMCs.
Hamilton holds his M4A1 on Chad.

Mk 14 Enhanced Battle Rifle

A Sectragon PMC uses a Mk 14 Enhanced Battle Rifle in Amman to ambush Hamilton and Mouna.

M14 EBR-RI with magazine removed and Harris bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO
The sniper takes aim.
The sniper fires his EBR.
The sniper takes cover.

Bofors Ak 5C

Several Swedish Coast Rangers (swe. kustjägarna) carry Bofors Ak 5C assault rifles as they are assigned to guard duty at the safe cabin in Sweden. Carl Hamilton (Mikael Persbrandt) also has two Bofors Ak 5C rifles that he packs in to a gun bag. He never uses the Ak 5C in the film though. This is the first appearance of the Bofors Ak 5C in media other than video games.

Bofors Ak 5C with Aimpoint CS red dot sight, RIS foregrip, and polymer magazine - 5.56x45mm NATO
A Swedish Coast Ranger holds his Ak 5C.
Another Swedish Coast Ranger with a slung Bofors Ak 5C.
As Hamilton checks the pulse of a fallen Coast Ranger we get a close-up of an Ak 5C.
Hamilton holds one of his Ak 5C rifles.
One of Hamilton's Ak 5Cs lies on a table.
Hamilton holds one of his Ak 5C rifles as he pulls out the cleaning rod.

AK-74

Russian weapon smugglers uses AK-74 rifles during a weapons deal on the Afghani border near the beginning of the film.

AK-74 - 5.45x39mm
A couple of Russian smugglers with their AK-74s slung on their backs.
A Russian smuggler fires his AK-74 during the ambush.
Another Russian smuggler holds his AK-74.

AK-47

Several Afghani terrorists are armed with AK-47 rifles during the weapons deal. One of the Russian weapon smugglers also uses an AK-47 during the weapons deal. Somali soldiers also use AK-47 when they kidnap a Swedish engineer on the Somali border. Somali prison guards also use AKs. Ethiopian terrorists are seen with AK-47 rifles as well.

Type II AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
A Russian smuggler holds his AK-47 as he is on watch duty.
A Afghani terrorist holds his AK-47 on the left.
One of the terrorists fires his AK-47 during the ambush.
A Russian weapons dealer holds his AK-47 (circled in red).
An Ethiopian soldier with a slung AK-47 on his back.
A Somalian prison guard holds his AK-47 as Hart's group arrives in a van.

AKS-47

Several Afghani terrorists are armed with AKS-47 rifles during the weapons deal near the beginning of the film. Somali soldiers also use AKS-47 rifles when they kidnap a Swedish engineer on the Somali border. Somali prison guards also use AKS-47 rifles. PLO Agent Tareq Al Ameen (Ashraf Farah) also uses an AKS-47 before the Sectragon sniper ambush in Amman. After he dies, Mouna al Fathar (Seba Mubarak) takes the rifle, altough it is not seen again.

AKS-47 7.62x39mm
An Afghani terrorist examines the Russians' merchandise holding his AKS-47.
AN AKS-47 gets flown in the airs as the owner is ambushed.
A Somali prison guard holds his AKS-47.
Tareq fires his AKS-47.
Mouna grabs Tareq's AKS-47.

AKMS

Several characters, most notably Russian smugglers and Somalian soldiers carry the AKMS.

AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
A Russian smuggler fires his AKMS during the ambush.
A Somali soldier holding his AKMS on Benjamin Lee's car.

Machine Guns

Browning M2HB

Swedish Coast Rangers are seen with Browning M2HB machine guns on patrol boats as Hamilton and Lee arrive at the safe cabin in Sweden.

Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG
A Swedish Coast Ranger mans an M2.
An M2 is visible on the background.

Other

M67 Hand Grenade

A Sectragon PMC has an M67 hand grenade on his vest after the ambush on the Afghani border near the beginning of the film. Hamilton (Mikael Persbrandt) takes him down, and use the grenade to create a diversion.

M67 fragmentation grenade
The M67 on the PMC's vest.
Hamilton throws the grenade.

RPG-7

Both an Afghani terrorist as well as a Somalian soldier carry the RPG-7 but are not seen firing it.

RPG-7 - 40mm
An Afghani terrorist descending from his car with an RPG-7 to meet the Russian smugglers.
A Somalian soldier with an RPG-7 in the back of a pick-up truck (right) during Benjamin Lee's arrest.

See Also

Jan Guillou's Carl Hamilton Films
Stellan Skarsgård Code Name Coq Rouge (1989)   •  The Democratic Terrorist (1992)
Peter Stormare Commander Hamilton (1998)
Mikael Persbrandt Hamilton: In The Interest Of The Nation (2012)   •  Agent Hamilton: But Not If It Concerns Your Daughter (2012)



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