Kandahar Break is a 2009 British war film set in Afghanistan pre-9/11. Richard (Shaun Dooley), a British engineer, is part of a company contracted by the Taliban government for mine clearance. When he falls in love with his interpreter, he runs afoul of the corrupt police chief (Rasheed Naz) and tries to escape over the border to Pakistan. During his journey he comes across an anti-Taliban movement, and seeks refuge with them as he becomes a wanted man.
The following weapons appear in the film Kandahar Break:
Omar Baloch (Hameed Sheikh), the leader of the anti-Taliban movement, carries a Browning Hi-Power.
Browning Hi-Power - 9x19mm
Omar Baloch (Hameed Sheikh
) holds his Browning Hi-Power on Richard.
Omar fires his Hi-Power during a contact with the Taliban.
Omar takes cover as he runs out of ammunition. Note the drawn-back slide.
A Taliban fighter carries a Tokarev TT-33.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A Taliban fighter draws his Tokarev TT-33.
The AK-47 is used by Richard (Shaun Dooley) and several anti-Taliban fighters.
AK-47, Type III - 7.62x39mm
Richard (Shaun Dooley
) holds an AK-47 as he stops a stoning.
Richard holds the rifle on the villagers.
An anti-Taliban fighter holds an AK-47 on watch.
An anti-Taliban fighter opens up with his AK.
Taliban fighters and Afghan Army soldiers use the AKS-47. Several of these rifles appear to be polytech manufactured.
A Taliban guard with an AKS-47.
An Afghan National Army soldier holds an AKS-47.
Polytech AKS-47 - 7.62x39mm
Close-up of the barrel of a polytech AKS-47.
A Taliban fighter with his AKS-47.
The wounded man fires his AK blindly.
An anti-Taliban fighter carries an AKMS.
An anti-Taliban fighters with his AKMS.
The fighter holds his AKMS on Richard.
Norinco Type 56
Taliban fighters and Tribesman carry the Norinco Type 56 with underfolding pigsticker bayonets.
Norinco Type 56 with underfolding "pigsticker" bayonet - 7.62x39mm
A Tribesman chambers his Norinco Type 56. Note the circular flash hider and underfolding bayonet.
The man takes aim at a convoy.
The Tribesman fires his Type 56.
A Taliban guard carries a Norinco Type 56.
An anti-Taliban fighter with a Type 56. Note the red tape around the magazine.
Norinco Type 56-1
Tribesman and Afghan National Army soldiers use the Norinco Type 56-1. One of the Tribesman has a smooth orange magazine like the ones used by the AK-74 series, rather then the ribbed silver magazine.
Norinco Type 56-1 with folding stock - 7.62x39mm
A Tribesman draws his Norinco Type 56-1, holding it on Richard. (This gets to be quite a pattern).
The muzzle, pressed way too close for comfort.
The Tribesman with his Type 56-1, note the smooth orange magazine.
An Afghan National Army soldier prepares to raid a compound with his Norinco Type 56-1.
A Taliban fighter can be seen with an AIM.
A Taliban fighter doing crowd control holds an AIM.
Several Taliban fighters carry the RPG-7.
A Taliban guard holds an RPG-7. The unique color and warhead shape suggests it might be a mock-up.
One of the guard's one the roof of the left building holds an RPG-7.