Kokoda

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The following weapons were used in the film Kokoda:

Kokoda (2006)

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Short Magazine Lee-Enfield (SMLE)

Most of the Australian soldiers carry the Short Magazine Lee-Enfield (SMLE), including Jack Scholt (Jack Finsterer), his brother Max Scholt (Simon Stone), Darko (Travis McMahon), Johnno (Tom Budge), Sam (Steve Le Marquand), Dan (Angus Sampson), Wilstead (Ewen Leslie) and the Lieutenant (Ben Barrack).

SMLE No.1 Mk III* - .303 Enfield
Dan (Angus Sampson) loads a five-round stripper clip into his SMLE.
The Lieutenant (Ben Barrack) inspects an SMLE in a clearly reversed shot.
Wilstead (Ewen Leslie) and the Lieutenant (Ben Barrack) with their SMLE's.
Jack Scholt (Jack Finsterer) and brother Max (Simon Stone) in their foxholes with the SMLE's.
Sam (Steve Le Marquand) grabs an SMLE from a cowering Wilstead (Ewen Leslie).
Jack Scholt (Jack Finsterer) and Darko (Travis McMahon) are startled by Max Scholt (Simon Stone) whilst drinking water from a creek.
Jack Scholt (Jack Finsterer) fires at a Japanese soldier during an ambush with his SMLE.
Johnno (Tom Budge) aims his SMLE at a wounded Japanese soldier.
A line-up of weapons including the SMLE, Thompson and Bren.

M1928A1 Thompson

Burke (Luke Ford) carries the M1928A1 Thompson , which he has difficulty maintaining.

M1928A1 Thompson - .45 ACP
A close-up of a Thompson Submachine Gun Barrel.
Burke (Luke Ford) is disgusted to find that his Thompson has jammed.
Burke (Luke Ford) cleans his Thompson whilst Sam (Steve Le Marquand) times him.
Burke fires his Thompson.
Burke holds his Thompson.
Burke fires at Japanese soldiers with his Thompson.

Bren Gun

Darko (Travis McMahon) and Blue (Christopher Baker) are the Bren Gunners for the Platoon. Australian soldiers can be seen firing the Bren gun during the final battle.

Bren Mk 2 - .303 Enfield
Wilstead (Ewen Leslie) inspects Blue's (Christopher Baker) Bren
Blue (Christopher Baker) and Darko (Travis McMahon) carry their Bren's.
Darko (Travis McMahon) fires his Bren from the hip.
Blue (Christopher Baker) chambers a new magazine on the Bren.
Darko (Travis McMahon) finishes off a wounded Japanese soldier with his Bren.
Darko (Travis McMahon) with his Bren.
Australian soldiers with a Bren mounted on a tripod.

Mills Bomb

Burke (Luke Ford) and Jack Scholt (Jack Finsterer) can be seen using the Mills Bomb in the film.

Mills Bomb
Burke (Luke Ford) fumbles with a Mills Bomb.
Burke (Luke Ford) pulls the pin from the Mills Bomb. You can see the pin in his left hand.
Burke (Luke Ford) throws the grenade.
Jack Scholt (Jack Finsterer) prepares to throw a grenade.

Arisaka Type 38

Japanese soldiers use the Arisaka Type 38 long rifle throughout the film.

Arisaka Type 38 long rifle - 6.5x50mmSR
A Japanese soldier aims an Arisaka Type 38 with fixed bayonet at Wilstead (Ewen Leslie).
The Japanese soldier with his bayonet after stabbing Wilstead (Ewen Leslie) in the eye.
A Japanese soldier wearing an Australian uniform aims his Arisaka Type 38 during an ambush.
A Japanese soldier with an Arisaka Type 38 during the final battle.

Type 99 Light Machine Gun

The Japanese use the Type 99 Light Machine Gun in the film. Two use them to kill Johnno (Tom Budge).

Type 99 Light Machine Gun - 7.7x58mm Arisaka
A Japanese soldier carries a Type 99.
A Japanese soldier kills Johnno (Tom Budge) with his Type 99.

Type 92 Heavy Machine Gun

A Japanese machine gun crew shoot Max Scholt (Simon Stone) in the stomach during an ambush with a Type 92 Heavy Machine Gun.

Type 92 Heavy Machine Gun - 7.7x58mm SR
A Type 92 fires from an ambush position.
The dead Japanese Machine gun crew lie by their weapon.


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