Mercenary for Justice

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Mercenary for Justice
Mercenary for Justice Poster.jpg
Cinema Poster
Country USA.jpg USA
Directed by Don E. FauntLeRoy
Release Date 2006
Studio 20th Century Fox
Distributor Millennium Films
Main Cast
Character Actor
John Seeger Steven Seagal
Maxine Barnol Jacqueline Lord
Chapel Roger Guenveur Smith
Dresham Luke Goss
Samuel Kay Michael Kenneth Williams
Kruger Langley Kirkwood
Dekerk Vivian Bieldt
Bulldog Adrian Galley


Mercenary for Justice is a 2006 direct-to-DVD action film directed by Don E. FauntLeRoy and starring Steven Seagal as John Seeger, who commands a squad of mercenaries hired by the CIA to carry out a coup d'├ętat on a fictional island in Southern Africa. After his mercenaries are defeated due to the appearance of French regular troops, Seeger finds that his CIA employers are dissatisfied and now have a nearly suicidal mission for him and his men. Some of the battle scenes were filmed partially in Bulgaria (all scenes with T-72 tanks and other armored vehicles) while others were filmed in South Africa, resulting in numerous continuity errors.

The following weapons are seen in the movie Mercenary for Justice:

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Contents


Handguns

Custom M1911A1

As in many other movies, Steven Seagal's character John Seeger carries a custom M1911A1. In the final scene this pistol is used with a sound suppressor. Seagal himself is a great fan of 1911s and has a collection of customized versions of this gun. One of Chapel's henchmen is also armed with an M1911A1.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol Commercial - .45 ACP
Seeger cocks his pistol.
Seeger hands his pistol to Bulldog (Adrian Galley).
A nickel plated M1911A1 is seen in hands of a henchman.
A henchman fires his nickel plated pistol.
Seeger holds a suppressed pistol.
A better view at Seeger's suppressed pistol.
Anthony Chapel (Roger Guenveur Smith) carries a nickel plated M1911A1 in the final scene.
Chapel aims his pistol at Seeger.

Vektor Z88

Several characters are armed with Vektor Z88 pistols, South African copies of Beretta 92FS.

Vektor Z88 - 9x19mm
A hitman (Garth Collins) aims his pistol at John Seeger.
A close view at the pistol.
Bulldog (Adrian Galley), dressed as police officer, fires his Z88 during the shootout in the lighthouse.
One of Chapel's henchmen holds a two-tone Z88 in the same scene.
A close view on the henchman's pistol.

Vektor SP1 ?

Dekerk (Vivian Bieldt) carries a pistol that look mostly like Vektor SP1 but differs in some details including the shape of cocking serrations.

Vektor SP1 - 9x19mm
Dekerk fires his pistol (very near to Kruger's head!).
Another view at Dekerk's pistol. A Vektor SS-77 machine gun is seen behind him.
Dekerk's pistol is seen from the muzzle.
Another Vektor SP1 is seen in hand of a killed Cape Town bank security.

Glock 19

Glock pistols (supposedly 2nd Generation Glock 19) are used by several characters including Kruger (Langley Kirkwood), John Dresham (Luke Goss) and Maxine Barnol (Jacqueline Lord).

Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Kruger holds his Glock. At the background Dekerk aims his pistol (supposedly Vektor SP1).
John Dresham holds his Glock.
Maxine Barnol holds her Glock.

Glock 17

A Glock pistol (due to the barrel lenght it is 2nd Generation Glock 17) is used by the unnamed female mercenary (Verity Price).

2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm. This model added finger stepping and cuts to the backstrap of the frame to make it easier to hold than the Generation 1 model.
The female mercenary climbes the wall holding her pistol.
The female mercenary holds her pistol at the background.
The female mercenary holds her pistol. Next to her is Dekerk (Vivian Bieldt) with a Vektor CR-21.

Smith & Wesson Model 65

What appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 65 revolver is very briefly seen in hands of one of Chapel's henchmen.

Smith and Wesson Model 65, .357 Magnum
A henchman holds his revolver.
A henchman aims his revolver at John Seeger.

Submachine Guns

Armscor BXP

Kruger (Langley Kirkwood) carries a suppressed Armscor BXP submachine gun during the attack on the villa of the French ambassador in the opening scene. One of Chapel's henchmen is armed with a BPX during the shootout in the lighthouse.

Armscor BXP with suppressor and laser aiming module attached; spare magazine, grenade spigot and muzzle brakes - 9x19mm
Kruger aims his suppressed BPX at the French ambassador.
Kruger holds his suppressed BPX.
Kruger fires his BPX while Dekerk fires his pistol (very near to Kruger's head!).
Another view at Kruger's BPX.
A BPX is seen at the left side during the shootout in the lighthouse.
A henchman fires his BPX.

PPSh-41

PPSh-41 submachine gun with a 71 round drum magazine is seen in hands of a mercenary in the opening scene. Many PPSh-41 were captured by South African army during the border conflicts with Angola and Mozambique, so it's not surprising to see PPSh in South African filmed movie.

Soviet PPSh-41 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A barrel and drum magazine of the PPSh are seen at the left. The mercenary at the right is armed with a Vektor R5 visually modified to resemble AK-47.
A close view at the PPSh-41. Also note two Mk 2 hand grenades.

PPS-43 (visually modified to resemble MP5)

During the mission in Cape Town Kruger (Langley Kirkwood), Dekerk (Vivian Bieldt) and other mercenaries are armed with submachine guns that look like Heckler & Koch MP5A3 but really are visually modified PPS-43s. The same weapons can be seen in Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil that was also filmed in Bulgaria.

Soviet PPS-43 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with "tropical" (wide) forearm - 9x19mm with stock extended
Kruger holds his fake MP5A3. Note a longer barrel.
Mercenaries fire at prison guards.
Mercenaries fire their SMGs.
Kruger reaches into the armored car.
Dekerk fires two SMGs akimbo.

Shotguns

Mossberg 500

One of the mercenaries carries a Mossberg 500 shotgun during the attack on the villa of the French ambassador in the opening scene. Mossberg 500s are also seen in hands of Cape Town police.

Mossberg 500 "Persuader" with standard five-shot magazine tube - 12 Gauge. This is the most commonly produced version of the 500 series today.
A mercenary aims his shotgun.
A mercenary holds his shotgun in the same scene.
A Cape Town police officer with a shotgun.
Mossberg 500 with high-capacity magazine tube - 12 Gauge
A Cape Town police officer holds a shotgun with high-capacity magazine tube.

Winchester Model 1300

During the shootout in the lighthouse Samuel Kay (Michael Kenneth Williams) is armed with a Winchester Model 1300 with with extended tube and pistol grip.

Winchester Model 1300 with extended tube and pistol grip - 12 Gauge
Kay holds his shotgun. Next to him Maxine Barnol (Jacqueline Lord) holds a Vektor R5.
Kay fires his shotgun.
A pump and tube of Kay's shotgun are seen.

South African Musler 12 Gauge Tactical Action

Cape Town police officers can be seen carrying what appears to be 12 gauge pump shotgun. As this film was produced in South Africa, the shotgun is likely a 12 Gauge Musler, a South African-manufactured shotgun similar in appearance to the Mossberg 500. The same weapon can be seen in other movies, filmed in South Africa, such as Doomsday.

A Cape Town police officer runs with a shotgun.
A Cape Town SWAT officer aims his shotgun during the scene in the bank.

Assault Rifles

Vektor R5

Vektor R5 assault rifles are the most widely used guns in this movie. They are seen in hands of mercenaries, French commandos, Cape Town police officers, and Chapel's henchmen. Some of these R5 can be LM5, semi-automatic civilian version of this assault rifle.

Vektor R5 - 5.56x45mm
John Seeger (Steven Seagal) fires R5 assault rifle in the opening scene.
French commandos attack with R5 assault rifles. Note that at least one of those guns lacks the magazine.
French commandos fire their R5 assault rifles.
"Radio" Jones (Zaa Nkweta) holds his R5.
Maxine Barnol (Jacqueline Lord) fires an R5 during the shootout in the lighthouse.
A henchman fires his R5 in the final scene.

In several scenes a version of R5 with additional front grip can be seen.

Dekerk (Vivian Bieldt) aims a Vektor R5 with front grip. Next to him Kruger (Langley Kirkwood) holds a Vektor SS-77 machine gun.
A wounded Cape Town SWAT officer drops his R5 with front grip.

Vector R5 (visually modified to resemble AK-47)

Many R5s are visually modified to resemble the AK-47 assault rifles. They are fitted with the wooden furniture and AK-style compensators but still can be identified by their angled receivers and Galil-style 5.56mm magazines. Most mercenaries are armed with such rifles.

Fake AK-47

The first version of fake AK has a longer barrel and wooden buttstock and resembles AK-47.

Final Production version of the Type III AK-47 with cleaning rod removed and laminated stock - 7.62x39mm
A fake AK-47 is seen at the body of a mercenary.

Fake short AK

The second version has the original R5 barrel and folding stock and is fitted only with wooden stock and grip. It distantly resembles AKS-74U or AKMSU.

AKMSU Krinkov - 7.62x39mm. This is a blank adapted full auto transferable AKM (7.62x39mm) pistol that was converted into a Krinkov via parts kit.
A mercenary fires a fake AKMSU.
A mercenary runs with a fake AKMSU.
Another mercenary fires a fake AKMSU with folded stock.
John Seeger (Steven Seagal) holds a fake AKMSU during the shootout in the lighthouse.

AK-47

Genuine AK-47s can also be seen in the movie. They are probably from Bulgarian arsenals (the Bulgarian army used 7.62mm AKs for the longest time of all Eastern Europe states).

Final Production version of the Type III AK-47 with cleaning rod removed and laminated stock - 7.62x39mm
A prison guard is killed by throwing knife and falls, dropping his AK-47.
A close view at the barrel of an AK-47.

AK-63 F

In the opening scene one of the mercenaries on the truck can be seen with a FEG AK-63 F, without the slanted muzzle brake.

Civillian version of AMM called SA-85M when imported to the U.S. in semi-auto form. - 7.62x39mm
Mercenary to the right appear to be carrying a Hungarian AK-63 F, whoutout the slanted muzzle brake. A barrel of PPSh-41 is seen in hands of a mercenary in the background.

AKMS

One of the mercenaries on the truck can be seen a Bulgarian manufactured AKM, without slanted muzzle brake.

AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
Mercenary to the left appears to have a Bulgarian manufactured AKMS, without the slanted muzzle brake. Other mercenary, to the right, appears to have a FEG AK-63 D.

AK-63 D

Another mercenary on the truck can be seen with what appears to be a FEG AK-63 D, without the slanted muzzle brake.

Hungarian AMMSz - 7.62x39mm
Mercenary to the right appears to have a FEG AK-63 D, AMMSz in Hungarian servie, without the slanted muzzle brake.

SIG SG 550 (Airsoft Replica)

Several French commandos are armed with assault rifles that resembles the SIG SG 550 but appear to be airsoft replicas. More specifically it appears to be a Spring JP Air Sports Combat 912A, as noted by the shape of the handguard with a bracket for the bipod, and the shape of the magazine. This same replica can be seen in other Bulgarian filmes movies, such as Infestation.

Spring JP Air Sports Combat 912A, an airsoft replica of the SIG SG 550
A French soldier with a supposed SG 550 guards his colonel.
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Two French soldiers who carry their wounded comrade are armed with supposed SG 550s. Note that the barrel of the rifle of the first soldiers looks bent, strongly suggesting that it is a prop or replica weapon.

Vektor CR-21

Dekerk (Vivian Bieldt) carries a Vektor CR-21 assault rifle during the attack on the villa of the French ambassador in the opening scene.

Vektor CR-21 bullpup rifle - 5.56x45mm
Dekerk climbs a rope with CR-21 at his back.
Dekerk holds his CR-21. Next to him is a female mercenary (Verity Price) with a pistol.
A barrel of CR-21 is seen in the jeep near Dekerk. Note the M26 hand grenade.

Heckler & Koch G3

Heckler & Koch G3 assault rifles are seen in hands of Greek soldiers during the scene in the house of Ahmet Dasan (Peter Butler) in Athens. These guns can be airsoft ones because this scene was also filmed in South Africa where real G3s weren't used.

Heckler & Koch G3A3 with wide handguard - 7.62x51mm NATO
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MfJ-G3-02.jpg

M4 Carbine

Colt M4 carbines are seen several times in hands of the guards of the villa of the French ambassador in the opening scene. They immediately switches to Vektor R5 rifles in a continuity error. As a guess they are airsoft guns.

Colt M4A1 Carbine with 4 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm
A female mercenary (Verity Price) incapacitates a guard who carries an M4 carbine. Note that his comrade is armed with Vektor R5. When the body of the first guard is seen on the ground his rifle switches to R5.
Now the second guard's R5 switches to M4 carbine, and after he is killed, the rifle switches back to R5.

Arsenal AR (visually modified to resemble M16)

M16A2 assault rifles, that are seen in the scene of the funeral of "Radio" Jones (Zaa Nkweta), are really visually modified Bulgarian Arsenal ARs. The same convertion can be seen in other Bulgarian-filmed movies, such as Universal Soldier: Regeneration, The Tournament and Day of the Dead.

Bulgarian AR - 7.62x39mm
M16A2 Rifle - 5.56x45mm. Select Fire rifle (Safe/Semi/3 round Burst Only).
MfJ-M16-1.jpg

Machine Guns

Vektor SS-77

Vektor SS-77 machine guns are used by mercenaries in the opening scene. It is also mounted on the helicopter.

Vektor SS-77 - 7.62x51mm General Purpose Machine Gun
Kruger (Langley Kirkwood) holds a Vektor SS-77 machine gun. Next to him Dekerk (Vivian Bieldt) aims a Vektor R5 with front grip.
Vektor SS-77 is seen behind Dekerk and Kruger. Note that the rounds in the belt are with bullets.
A mercenary fires a Vektor SS-77 machine gun.
The female mercenary (Verity Price) holds SS-77.
A close view at a Vektor SS-77.
A mercenary examines a Vektor SS-77 during the preparation for the mission in Cape Town (but SS-77 wasn't used in the mission).

Unidentified machine gun

A machine gun is briefly seen in hands of a French soldier in the opening scene. This scene was filmed in Bulgaria.

A soldier with his machine gun. At the left a three-barrelled Gatling gun mounted on MT-LB armoured tracked vehicle is seen.

Three-Barrelled Gatling Gun

A three-barrelled Gatling gun is mounted on MT-LB armoured tracked vehicle. It distantly resembles General Dynamics GAU-19/A. The scene in which this gun appeares was filmed in Bulgaria.

This gun is seen at the left side.

PKT machine gun

PKT machine guns are mounted of T-72 tanks.

PKT machine gun with 250-round ammo drum - 7.62x54mm R
PKT is seen near the 125mm gun barrel.

Hand Grenades

M26 Hand Grenade

Many mercenaries carry M26 hand grenades. Due to the bright green color and clear "M26" markings on them the grenades are supposed to be training ones.

M26 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Dekerk (Vivian Bieldt) carries an M26 grenade and a charge of plastic explosives. Note the barrel of his Vektor CR-21 next to him.
M26 grenades are carried by Dekerk (who also carries Vektor CR-21) and Kruger (who also carries BPX SMG). Note the barrel of the Vektor SS-77 machine gun behind them.
A close view at M26 grenade.

Mecar M72 Hand Grenade

Several mercenaries, including Samuel Kay (Michael Kenneth Williams), carry what appear to be Mecar M72 hand grenades.

Mecar M72 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
A mercenary with PPSh-41 carries two Mecar M72 hand grenades.
Samuel Kay carries three Mecar M72 hand grenades.
Samuel Kay threatens Dekerk and Kruger with readied Mecar M72 hand grenade.

Stun Grenade

A stun grenade is carried by John Seeger (Steven Seagal) though he never used it in action. Later, in the scene in Cape Town bank Seeger takes a stun grenade from SWAT officer and uses it.

Letters "STUN" and "2-N-6" are seen on the grenade. Seeger also carries another grenade which is painted black with red strip.
A stun grenade is seen in the pocket of shot SWAT officer during the scene in Cape Town bank.

Unidentified Grenades

An unidentified grenade are also carried by John Seeger.

Seeger carries a grenade which is painted black with red strip. His other grenade is a stun one (black with "STUN" on it).

Other Weapons

RPG-7

RPG-7 rocket launchers are used by mercenaries in the opening scene.

RPG-7 - 40mm
A mercenary holds an RPG-7.
A mercenary readies to fire.
Another mercenary carries an RPG-7 at the background.
At the right RPG-7 is leaning against the wall.

Milkor Stopper

Milkor Stopper grenade launcher is used by a mercenary in the opening scene.

Milkor Stopper - 38mm
A mercenary runs with his grenade launcher. Note the grenade bandolier on his belt.
A mercenary loads his grenade launcher. His comrade carries an RPG-7 at the background.
A close view at the launcher.

Flare Gun

A flare gun based on SPSh Flare Pistol with a long large-caliber tube fitted to the barrel is used by the mercenaries during the mission in Cape Town. This gun produces a large muzzle flame, and its cinematic effect is compared with a field cannon. Kruger (Langley Kirkwood) uses this weapon to destroy a police car.

Russian SPSh Flare Pistol - 26.5mm
A typical grip of SPSh can be seen.
A mercenary fire the flare gun.

SA-7

What appears to be a mockup of an SA-7 Grail rocket launcher is used by a prison guard against the mercenaries during the mission in Cape Town.

SA-7 Grail launcher and missile - 70mm
A prison guard with a rocket launcher on the rooftop.
A prison guard aims a rocket launcher at the armoured car.
A closer view at a part of launcher. The red-orange armored car is a former Soviet BRDM-2 armoured patrol car. Such vehicles were exported to Angola and Mozambique and some of them were captured by South African forces during the border conflicts.

Mortar

A mortar (due to its size it can be 120mm) is used by mercenaries in the opening scene.

A baseplate and mortar shells are seen. At the right RPG-7 is leaning against the wall.
The mortar fires.

Smoke Mortars

Tucha (Cloud) smoke mortars are part of armament of T-72 tank.

Smoke mortars are seen on the side of the tank turret.

Trivia

Tanks and armoured vehicles

T-72B tanks. Note that NSVT neavy machine guns were removed from the mountings on the turrets.
Two MT-LB armoured tracked vehicles. MT-LB is typically armed with PKT machine gun but these vehicles has their PKTs removed from turrets.

Prop Guns

Note the bent barrel of a rifle.
In several scenes when a soldier or a mercenary is falling from a height this prop weapon is seen.


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