|Mad Max: Fury Road
||Warner Bros. Pictures
Mad Max: Fury Road is the fourth film in the Mad Max film series and the first to star Tom Hardy as Max Rockatansky. In the 2015 film, Max becomes involved with the plans of Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron), who intends to make her escape from the tyrannical warlord Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne, who also played Toecutter in the the original film) after liberating his captive "breeders"--young women whom he holds prisoner in the hopes of producing a healthy male heir. Unlike the previous three films, Fury Road was shot almost entirely on location in Namibia, rather than Australia.
Also unlike the previous three films, where firearms were a scarce commodity and rarely used, Fury Road features a large number of firearms that are used liberally by many of the characters. This is partially explained by the existence of Joe's "satellite" domains, the Bullet Farm and Gas Town, run by his lieutenants the Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter) and the People Eater (John Howard), respectively, which allow Joe's forces to manufacture ammunition and explosives, rather than having to hoard what little remains of either.
The following weapons were used in the film Mad Max: Fury Road:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Furiosa's personal sidearm is a blued Taurus PT99AF, which is confiscated by Max after he joins her and the wives. During the final chase, Immortan Joe draws and fires a stainless steel PT99AF at Max.
Blued Taurus PT99AF - 9x19mm
A PT92 magazine loaded with 9x19mm rounds can be seen next to the RPM meter inside the driver compartment of Furiosa's War Rig.
Furiosa (Charlize Theron
) takes cover with her PT99AF as the Buzzards attempt to cut their way into the War Rig.
After the War Boys defeat the Buzzards, Furiosa slowly rises up with her sidearm in hand as she notices a massive sandstorm in the distance.
Furiosa drives with her bloodstained PT99AF in her right hand while driving the War Rig into the sandstorm.
Max confiscates the PT99AF while Furiosa drives the War Rig into the Rock Riders' territory.
Max with the PT99AF in his left hand while hiding in the War Rig.
Stainless Taurus PT99AF - 9x19mm
Glock 17 (2nd Generation)
A 2nd Generation Glock 17 is featured as the most prominent weapon in the War Rig's extensive arsenal. The pistol is seen in the hands of Max (Tom Hardy), Furiosa (Charlize Theron), and one of Immortan Joe's wives, Toast the Knowing (Zoë Kravitz).
Glock 17 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
The Glock 17 revealed after Furiosa smashes the ornamental skulls concealing it along the War Rig's trailer.
During the struggle for control of the Glock 17, the pistol's magazine is accidentally ejected and lands right in front of Nux (Nicholas Hoult
), who then desperately attempts to reach for it.
After the magazine gets ejected during Max and Furiosa's fight, Furiosa attempts to shoot Max in the head with the Glock 17's remaining chambered round only for it to temporarily disorientate Max and ricochet off the trailer.
Nux holds up the magazine for Max to load into the Glock 17. Note that the pistol's barrel has been modified to remove its lock up.
Max points the Glock 17 at the Five Wives as he struggles to remove his muzzle with a file.
Max hiding in the War Rig with the Glock 17 in his right hand.
Max firing the Glock 17 at one of the pursuing Rock Riders.
Toast the Knowing (Zoë Kravitz
) holds the Glock 17 on Nux.
Furiosa with her Glock 17 right before Max returns to the War Rig with supplies scavenged from the Bullet Farmer's vehicle.
Glock 17 (3rd Generation)
Shortly after the brutal fight between Max and Furiosa, the Glock 17 is briefly portrayed as a 3rd Generation model, implying that two distinct, non-identical props were used for the film.
Glock 17 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Max manages to load the Glock 17 again, fires several rounds into the sand, and threatens Furiosa with it. The Glock 17 here is the 3rd Generation model even though it was the 2nd Generation Model earlier in the screenshot (notably the one of the Glock being loaded by Nux).
Note that the Glock 17’s barrel has not been milled down to remove its lock up, indicating that the pistol has not been modified to fire blanks as the 2nd Gen pistol in other shots (making it likely that it is a replica).
Another weapon included in the War Rig's arsenal is a Luger P08, which Max confiscates and uses against the Rock Riders and one of Immortan Joe's Imperators during the last leg of the initial chase. It is also fired by one of the Vuvalini (played by Joy Smithers) at the People Eater's limousine during the final chase scene.
A Luger P08 can be seen inside a weapon holster to Furiosa's left.
Max (Tom Hardy
) orders Cheedo (Courtney Eaton), one of the Five Wives, to hand over the Luger P08, which he then confiscates.
Max shoots out a window of the War Rig to clear Furiosa's shot with her flare pistol.
A production image of the above scene.
Max takes aim with the Luger pistol while behind him Furiosa takes aim with the SKS
Max drives the War Rig with the Luger in his right hand as Rictus' harpoon latches onto the steering wheel.
Another weapon Max confiscates while on the War Rig is a Mauser C96. The People Eater (John Howard) also carries a C96 as his personal weapon, which he attempts to use on Max during the final chase.
Mauser C96 Broomhandle - 7.63x25mm
A Mauser C96 Broomhandle can be seen inside the leather bag.
Max disarms The People Eater and takes possession of the Mauser C96.
CBC Shotgun Pistol
When Max (Tom Hardy) begins to confiscate Furiosa's (Charlize Theron) weapons inside the War Rig, one of the first guns he throws into the bag is a very rare single shot CBC shotgun pistol.
CBC Shotgun Pistol - .410 gauge
Screen-used CBC shotgun pistol from Mad Max: Fury Road
. Image from MIL.SPEC.
Max reaches for the CBC shotgun pistol placed in a compartment above the War Rig's driver seat.
Max tosses the CBC pistol inside the leather bag.
Handmade Township Pistol
While counting their remaining bullets after the first chase, Toast (Zoe Kravitz) holds up a small derringer (calling it a "little pinky"), announcing in a falsely cheery voice that they have "a raunchy" twenty-nine shells for it. The derringer is a unique "handmade township pistol" (as MIL.SPEC., who provided it for the film, refers to it as); according to MIL.SPEC. owner Lance Peters, "It is a single shot .22 home made pistol. It was found in a (fully licensed) collection of an ex-military officer and most likely confiscated during the Angolan war."
Screen-used "handmade township pistol" from Mad Max: Fury Road
. Image from MIL.SPEC.
Another shot of "little pinky" from a different angle.
Before proceeding with his lone search for the War Rig in the Green Place, the Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter) loads what appears to be a single-shot derringer of some kind, with a bullet extracted from a gap between his teeth.
The grips of the Derringer can be briefly seen as the Bullet Farmer loads a bullet extracted from the gaps between his teeth.
The Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter
) loads up a single shot derringer of some kind, which appears to be very reminiscent of a Queen Anne Pistol.
Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy) obtains a Browning Hi-Power after encountering the Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter) and his men in the Green Place, keeping it as his personal sidearm for the remainder of the film. He later uses it to shoot at Slit (Josh Helman), who also uses the same pistol (due to a continuity error), at the start of the final chase.
Browning Hi-Power - 9x19mm
During the final chase, Slit (Josh Helman
) has a Browning Hi-Power due to a continuity error (he had a Zastava M57
Max (Tom Hardy
) fires off his Browning Hi-Power during the final chase.
Max with his Hi-Power, firing at the War Boys driving his confiscated V8 Interceptor.
Max fires his pistol at Slit during the chase sequence.
Max ejects the empty mag from his Hi-Power, but is forced to drop the gun after realizing he has no reloads.
During the film's final chase sequence, the War Boy Slit (Josh Helman) is armed with a Zastava M57, which he fires at Max and the War Rig. Due to continuity error, it occasionally switches to a Browning Hi-Power during the final chase.
Zastava M57 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Slit fires his Zastava M57.
Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne) keeps a Colt Anaconda as one of his personal sidearms, and brandishes it during the first and last chase scenes.
Colt Anaconda with 6" barrel - .44 Magnum
Joe cocks his Anaconda and takes aim at Furiosa (Charlize Theron
), before his "favorite" Wife, Angharad (Rosie Huntington-Whiteley) uses herself as a human shield.
A promotional image of Joe with his Anaconda. Note the markings on the frame and barrel plus the lack of an ejector rod, which reveal that the image of Joe used was flipped.
Webley .455 Mk IV
A Webley .455 Mk IV is yet another weapon in the War Rig's arsenal. It is initially confiscated by Max after he joins Furiosa and the wives, but is later used by Furiosa to gun down one of Immortan Joe's War Boys near the end of the first chase.
Webley Mk IV - .455 Webley
Max confiscates the Webley and tosses it into the duffel bag.
A clear shot of the Webley's open cylinder as Furiosa loads it. The diameter of each individual chamber suggests that it is chambered for .455 Webley.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Max also confiscates what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 10 with a 3 inch barrel after deciding to ride with Furiosa and the wives on the War Rig. He later uses it to shoot and kill the Rock Rider Chief (Stephen Dunlevy) towards the climax of the film's first chase.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 with 3" barrel - .38 Special
The Model 10 can be seen inside the leather bag underneath the C-96.
Max (Tom Hardy
) prepares to fire the Model 10.
Note the blank flame coming out of the revolver.
Enfield No. 2
One of the weapons in the War Rig's arsenal is an Enfield No. 2, which Max confiscates after joining Furiosa and Immortan Joe's wives in their journey to the Green Place. The Bullet Farmer's custom Howe & Howe Ripsaw vehicle, dubbed the Peacemaker, incorporates the grip and frame of an Enfield into its spotlight.
Enfield No. 2 Mk I. - .38 S&W
The Enfield No. 2 can be seen inside the leather bag underneath the Model 10.
The spotlight of the Bullet Farmer's vehicle incorporates an Enfield's grip.
Colt Single Action Army
The Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter) is shown to keep a pair a Colt Single Action Army revolvers in holsters strapped to his upper arms. Whilst searching for the War Rig in the Green Place, he fires two long-barreled "Buntline Special" models fitted with adjustable rear sights before switching to an IMI Uzi. The People Eater's (John Howard) custom limousine rig incorporates the grip and frame of a stainless steel Single Action Army into its gear lever.
Colt Single Action Army Artillery Model - .45 Long Colt
The Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter
) arrives with his Colt SAA revolvers in his arm holsters.
The custom Colt SAA gear shifter in the People Eater's limousine.
Colt Single Action Army "Buntline Special" - .45 Long Colt
: "Wouldn't want to shoot the Wives, sir."The Bullet Farmer
: "Just probing."
The Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter
) dual wields his Buntline Revolvers.
Both Immortan Joe and his eldest son, Rictus Erectus (Nathan Jones), carry Ruger Vaqueros with stainless steel bodies and ivory grips as personal sidearms. Nux (Nicholas Hoult) is given Joe's Vaquero when the latter orders him to kill Furiosa and stop the War Rig during the last leg of the initial chase, but drops it after tripping and nearly falling from its trailer less than a minute later.
Ruger Vaquero - .45 Long Colt
Rictus' (Nathan Jones
) Stainless Steel Ruger Vaquero with ivory grips can be seen holstered on his leg.
After the chains attached to his left wrist gets caught onto a metal grate, Nux almost slips off of the War Rig and he loses the Vaquero in the process.
The Rock Rider Chief (Stephen Dunlevy) carries as his personal weapon a Kommando LDP fitted with a dual magazine clamp and its stock removed.
Kommando-LDP "Rhuzi" - 9x19mm
The Rock Rider Chief opens fire on the War Rig, marking the start of the second chase scene.
The Rock Rider Chief signals his fellow Rock Riders to trigger an avalanche via the use of explosives, to delay the War Boys' advance.
The Rock Rider Chief prepares to unholster his LDP when his Bike lands on top of the War Rig's trailer.
After being shot by Max, the Rock Rider Chief falls off the War Rig while still gripping onto his LDP.
Sten Mk II
One of the Bullet Farmer's men is seen armed with a Sten Mk II submachine gun.
Sten Mk II submachine gun - 9x19mm
One of the Bullet Farmer's men (directly to the Imperator's left) carries the Sten Mk II.
While searching for the War Rig in the Green Place, the Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter) is seen firing an IMI Uzi with a wooden stock after his two SAA "Buntline Specials" run out of ammo.
IMI Uzi with a detachable wooden stock - 9x19mm
The Bullet Farmer gets blinded by debris from the recently shot-out spotlight.
Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW
After being blinded by Furiosa in the Green Place, the Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter) wields and fires two Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDWs fitted with Brügger & Thomet folding stocks and Aimpoint M68 reflex sights mounted on Weaver rails.
Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW - 9x19mm
"I AM THE SCALES OF JUSTICE!"
"CONDUCTOR OF THE CHOIR OF DEATH!"
The Bullet Farmer ranting with his two MP5K-PDWs aimed skyward before commencing his insane shooting spree.
During the chase through the Bog, one of the Bullet Farmer's riders can be seen firing a PPSh-41.
Soviet PPSh-41 submachine gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
One of the Bullet Farmer's men fires the PPSh-41 during the Bullet Farmer's insane shooting spree.
Sawn-Off Victor Sarasqueta Shotgun
As in the original Mad Max films, Max's personal weapon is a Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun, in particular for this film, a sawn-off Victor Sarasqueta shotgun. It is taken from him by the War Boys early on in the film and given to Nux, who uses in an attempt to kill Furiosa during the first chase sequence, but misses. Max takes the shotgun back after Nux's car crashes in the sandstorm and attempts to use its remaining cartridge to blow Nux's wrist off in order to separate the chained tether between them, only for it to end up being a dud. He then uses it to threaten Furiosa and the Five Wives for water and a pair of bolt cutters. In the subsequent fight between him and Furiosa, the shotgun is dropped and later picked up by Toast the Knowing after Max tries to drive away with the War Rig. Max confiscates it shortly afterwards and, sadly, never uses it again.
Victor Sarasqueta shotgun - 20 gauge. This model's receiver
is similar to the one used in Mad Max: Fury Road
Screen-used Victor Sarasqueta shotgun from Mad Max: Fury Road
. Image from MIL.SPEC.
Nux aiming Max's sawed-off shotgun at Furiosa.
After Max cleans the sand off the shotgun shells, he proceeds to snap the shotgun shut.
Max attempts to amputate Nux's left hand only for the shotgun to malfunction, emitting sparks and smoke in the process.
Max threatening Furiosa and the Five Wives with his shotgun while The Dag (Abbey Lee) tries to sever the chain connecting him to an unconscious Nux with a pair of bolt cutters.
Furiosa with the shotgun after realizing it has no live ammo in it.
Toast the Knowing runs after the War Rig with the shotgun in hand after Max attempts to flee with the War Rig.
The shotgun gets confiscated from Toast the Knowing inside the War Rig as Max tosses it into the duffel bag.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
Miss Giddy (Jennifer Hagen), the elderly Wordburger and caretaker of the Five Wives, threatens Immortan Joe with a full-length 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun after he realizes Furiosa has smuggled them out of the Citadel. One of the Vuvalini women is armed with a double barreled shotgun as well.
Charles Parker 1878 side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
Miss Giddy aiming the shotgun at Joe mere moments before he disarms her.
Immortan Joe proceeds to quickly push Miss Giddy's shotgun upwards, causing the shotgun to accidentally go off and send a round into the room's ceiling.
Another weapon on the War Rig is an Armscor M30R6 shotgun modified with a pistol grip and vertical foregrip attached to its forward action, likely adapted for Furiosa's mechanical arm. Max confiscates it after he joins her and the Five Wives before giving it back to her to use against the Rock Riders when they give chase. It is later used by the Keeper of the Seeds (Melissa Jaffer) during the final chase, before it is snatched by a Gastown Polecat. One of the Imperators accompanying Immortan Joe near the end of the initial chase sequence is armed with a M30R6 as well, albeit without the vertical foregrip.
Furiosa loads the shotgun.
Furiosa fires the shotgun at an airborne Rock Rider.
An Imperator runs to Immortan Joe with the shotgun in his right hand. Note that this shotgun does not have a vertical foregrip, unlike Furiosa's.
"Here we go, girls!"
The Keeper of the Seeds (Melissa Jaffer
) with the shotgun.
Republic Arms Musler
What appears to be a rubber stunt prop version of a Republic Arms Musler shotgun is seen strapped next to the driver seat of the War Rig, standing in for the Armscor M30R6 shotgun and is even fitted with a similar vertical gripped fore-end.
Republic Arms Musler - 12 gauge
The rubber stunt Musler can be seen strapped next to the driver seat of the War Rig during the confrontation between the Buzzards and the War Boys.
Single Barreled Shotgun
One of the Vuvalini (Melita Jurisic) is armed with a Single Barreled Shotgun, which she uses against several War Boys, Polecats, and Rictus during the final chase sequence.
Harrington & Richardson Topper Model 158 - 12 gauge
One of the Vuvalini (Melita Jurisic
) prepares to reload her single shot 12 gauge. Holding a shell in her mouth while reloading is reminiscent of Max reloading his shotgun in The Road Warrior
The Chinese SKS rifle is another weapon on the War Rig. It lacks both a bayonet and cleaning rod, and features a pair of Weaver rails for mounting a scope as well as a blocky grip extension affixed to the underside of the stock in a manner visually reminiscent of a Colt Monitor. The latter is presumably to give Furiosa (Charlize Theron) a better grip on it with her mechanical left arm, though outside of fiction it is probably to get the muzzle of the SKS further away from Hardy's face during the shoulder-firing sequence. She uses it during the last leg of the first chase, gunning down several Rock Riders and one of Immortan Joe's Imperators. Afterwards, she attaches a long-range scope to the SKS and uses it as a sniping weapon, first to kill two pursuing Imperators and later to shoot out the Bullet Farmer's spotlight in the Green Place after Max fails to do so, blinding the Farmer in the process. Toast the Knowing (Zoe Kravitz) is seen handling the SKS as well, once to reload it during the first chase and again when sorting the War Rig's available weapons and ammunition.
Chinese Type 56 Carbine aka the Chinese SKS rifle - 7.62x39mm
Max piles the guns confiscated from the War Rig's arsenal into a bag, which contains the telescopic sight later mounted on the SKS.
The SKS can be seen among the weapons confiscated by Max.
Max (Tom Hardy
) loading the SKS with one hand before passing it up to Furiosa.
Furiosa (Charlize Theron
) with the SKS before taking aim at an airborne Rock Rider. Note the lack of both a bayonet and a cleaning rod.
Toast the Knowing (Zoe Kravitz
) reloads the SKS during the first chase scene. Note the stamped trigger guard and short barrel lug, indicating that the SKS in the film is the Chinese Type 56 variant.
A look through the SKS' telescopic sight after Furiosa shoots down the two motorcycle-riding Imperators.
Max aims the rifle, now fitted with the telescopic sight, at the Bullet Farmer's spotlight.
Furiosa takes aim at the spotlight, using Max's shoulder to steady her shot, all the while having little regard for the latter's eardrums (Max does react a little to the shot afterwards).
Heckler & Koch G3A4
The Ripsaw Imperator (Greg van Borssum, the film's stunt coordinator, in a cameo) is seen armed with a Heckler & Koch G3A4.
Heckler & Koch G3A4 - 7.62x51mm NATO
The Ripsaw Imperator with his G3A4 after Immortan Joe drives his vehicle over an avalanche created by the Rock Riders' explosives.
Heckler & Koch G36C
A Heckler & Koch G36C is seen on board the Bullet Farmer's Peacemaker vehicle.
Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
Directly underneath the spotlight, a G36C can be seen suspended with brown cloth on top of it.
Norinco Type 56
After using up the ammo for his MP5-PDWs in his blind shooting spree, the Bullet Farmer switches to a pair of mounted Norinco Type 56s (according to the graphic novel prequel, the Farmer's previous name was "Major Kalashnikov").
Norinco Type 56 with 'pig sticker' type bayonet - 7.62x39mm
Poly Technologies AK-47 - 7.62x39mm. This is the commercial clone of the original Type III AK-47 and is the most used in American films and shows when showing the milled receiver AK-47
The Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter
) dual wields his Norinco Type 56s after his PDWs run dry. The one in the back has a folding spike bayonet, and on the near one you can see the lightening cut and sling swivel at the rear of the receiver indicating a milled variant. As the near one has an open front sight, it is likely a Polytech clone. They both also have slanted muzzle brakes.
The Keeper of the Seeds (Melissa Jaffer) is seen cleaning what appears to be a Jezail musket during the interlude between the second and final chase scenes.
The Keeper of the Seeds cleans her Jezail Musket.
Traditions Kentucky Rifle
Some of the Vuvalini women use Traditions Kentucky Rifles, a modern version of the Kentucky Flintlock Rifle that utilizes with a caplock mechanism rather than a flintlock. During the final chase, Max takes a half-loaded Kentucky rifle from one of the Vuvalini (Joy Smithers) and fires it at a Polecat trying to get to the War Rig's cab, spearing him with its ramrod.
Traditions Kentucky Rifle - .50 caliber
Max fires a half-loaded Kentucky rifle at a Polecat.
Enfield Pattern 1853
Most of the Vuvalini women use Enfield Pattern 1853 rifles (with Snider conversions) as their primary weapons.
Enfield Pattern 1853 - .58 caliber
Winchester Model 1892
During the final chase, the Valkyrie (Megan Gale), repeatedly fires a Winchester Model 1892 at the Gigahorse in an attempt to kill Immortan Joe after her motorcycle is destroyed.
The Valkyrie taking aim with her Model 1892.
The Valkyrie fires the Model 1892.
Closeup of the rifle. Like anyone with experience handling a Winchester, the fingers of the Valkyrie's left hand are gloved to grip the barrel as it heats through firing.
Browning M2HBs decorated with chrome plating are seen mounted on several of the War Boys' vehicles.
Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG
While the Way Boys perform the "V8" salute during Immortan Joe's speech at the Citadel, a Browning M2HB can be seen mounted on the vehicle to the right.
While riding aboard a pursuit vehicle, a War Boy sits near a heavily rusted M2HB during Furiosa's "detour" through the desert.
Several pursuit vehicles manned by the War Boys have mounted M2HBs during the chase scene with the Buzzards. In the foreground is the Doof Warrior (a blind flame-throwing guitarist), who is portrayed by Australian musician and actor iOTA.
RPD Light Machine Gun
What appears to be an RPD Light Machine Gun is mounted on The People Eater's modified limousine. This machine gun also has a launcher mounted above its barrel.
RPD light machine gun - 7.62x39mm
A Polecat riding the People Eater's limousine fires the RPD at Max.
A side view of the machine gun as Max prepares to abandon the People Eater's limousine.
Maxim MG 08/15
During the final chase, one of the many vehicles in pursuit of The War Rig appears to have a Maxim MG08/15 mounted to its roof.
Maxim MG08/15 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A Maxim MG08/15 is seen mounted on the vehicle on the left.
M79 Grenade Launcher
An M79 Grenade Launcher modified with a pistol grip and a vertical foregrip is used by The Ace (Jon Iles), a captain of the Warboys detachment accompanying Furiosa on the War Rig convoy. A stripped down M79 is also integrated into the RPD light machine gun mounted on the People Eater's limousine. While bearing down on the War Rig during the Bullet Farmer's insane shooting spree, one of the Bullet Farmer's men fires the similar launcher, but without the foregrip.
M79 grenade launcher - 40x46mm
The Ace (Jon Iles
) has the M79 grenade launcher slung behind his back after Furiosa informs him of her "detour".
The Ace, right, aims the grenade launcher while Furiosa (Charlize Theron
) aims a crossbow loaded with an explosive-tipped quarrel.
One of the Bullet Farmer's men (the one with his left hand out the driver's side window) has his M79 grenade launcher at the ready.
A M79 is also integrated into the RPD
light machine gun mounted on the People Eater's limousine.
The launcher is seen mounted on the RPD as Max prepares to abandon the People Eater's limousine.
Webley & Scott Signal Pistol
A Webley & Scott No. 1 Mk. III* Signal Pistol is seen among Furiosa's weapons confiscated by Max. Furiosa later is seen using it.
Webley & Scott No. 1 Mk. III* Signal Pistol - 1 inch flares
Max confiscates the signal pistol.
Furiosa grabs the signal pistol from the duffel bag during the chase.
Furiosa (Charlize Theron
) takes aim with the signal pistol, while Max (Tom Hardy
) shoots out the window of the War Rig to give her a clear shot.
A production image of the above scene.
Custom Automatic Weapon
Rictus Erectus (Nathan Jones) also is seen wielding an automatic weapon that resembles a heavy machine gun, complete with something like spade grips and a tank machine gun trigger. Production designer Colin Gibson, on the DVD's special feature, described it as a "homemade .50 caliber machine gun".
Rictus Erectus (Nathan Jones
) also is seen wielding an automatic weapon that resembles a heavy machine gun, complete with something like spade grips and a tank machine gun trigger. Production designer Colin Gibson, on the DVD's special feature, described it as a "homemade .50 caliber machine gun."
As with most Mad Max films, some Wasteland Residents carry their own custom-made weapons.
Two Citadel Guards point their own custom weapons.
Several of the vehicles in the War Boys' armada are equipped with homemade flamethrowers. Immortan Joe's "drummer boy," the Doof Warrior (iOTA) is equipped with a double-necked guitar with an integral flamethrower (according to MTV, this flamethrower was, at director George Miller's insistence, fully functional).
The Doof Warrior (iOTA) plays his double-necked guitar, spewing flames.
One of the War Boys is seen with a crossbow slung on his arm, but it is never used.
The War Boy to the far right has the crossbow pistol hanging from his arm.
The Bullet Farmer
The Bullet Farmer (Richard Carter), who styles himself the "Judge, Jury and Executioner" of the Bullet Farm, wears a headdress of bullets (which appear to be 7.62 caliber) in parody of a British Judge's wig. He has also replaced some of his teeth with bullets, which can be extracted and loaded into his weapons. After the Farmer is killed, Max brings a sack of weapons and ammo back to Furiosa and the Wives, with the headdress draped over his shoulder.