Mark of Cain, The
The Mark of Cain is a 2007 UK Iraq War television film that originally aired on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. Set during the occupation of Basra, Iraq, the film focuses on a section of British Army soldiers from the (fictional) Northdale Rifles as they spend their tour of duty patrolling and dealing with civilian complaints. After the death of the beloved company commander in an ambush, events spiral out of control after the suspect insurgents are detained and abused. The title refers to the now famous eve-of-battle speech by Colonel Tim Collins of the Royal Irish Regiment.
The following weapons appear in the film The Mark of Cain:
The Tokarev TT-33 is used by the Iraqi civilians and insurgents. Several of these pistols are found during the raid on a suspected insurgent hideout.
The main weapon of the Northdale rifles, including Corporal Gant (Shaun Dooley), L/Cpl Quealy (Leo Gregory) and Pte Shane Gulliver (Matthew McNulty) is the L85A2. All these rifles are fitted with the SUSAT scope.
Iraqi insurgents use the AK-47 during an ambush.
An Iraqi insurgent riding atop a Technical is armed with an AKS-47.
FN Minimi Para
RPK Light Machine Gun
An insurgent fires what appears to be an RPK Light Machine Gun from a Technical.
An Iraqi insurgent fires an RPG-7 fitted with a PGO-7 scope during a firefight.