My Science Project

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The following weapons were used in My Science Project.

My Science Project (1985)

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M16

Mike Harlan (John Stockwell), Vince Latello (Fisher Stevens) and Sherman Reardon (Raphael Sbarge) pilfer some M16 assault rifles from some Viet Cong soldiers they encounter inside the time-warped school. In a humorous sequence, unpopular nerd Sherman educates his classmates on the proper way of loading an M16.

The original M16, the first version, firing in a 20-round magazine, adopted in large numbers by the U.S. Air Force in Vietnam. This has the original 3-prong flash hider. It would later be replaced by the upgraded M16A1 - 5.56x45mm
The boys move through the mist-enshrouded gym armed with their M16s.
Sherman Reardon (Raphael Sbarge) with his M16.
Vinnie (second from left) defiantly fires at the tyrannosaurus.
"Suck lead, lizaaaard!"

Cobray CM203 flare launcher

Although Vinnie and Sherman's M16s are of the ordinary variety, hero Mike manages to get one with an Cobray CM203 flare launcher (standing in for the M203 grenade launcher), which is what allows him to fell the monstrous tyrannosaurus the three go up against.

Updated Model CM203 mounted on an M16A1 - 37mm flare.
The launcher is visible here.
Mike chambers the launcher. In this shot you can see the square-shaped trigger guard, one of the features distinguishing it from the M203.
Mike fires a grenade into the dinosaur's belly.
The tyrannosaurus falls down with a giant, bloody hole through him.
Mike (John Stockwell) in awe of the firepower of a Vietnam-era weapon.

Remington Model 870 Shotgun

Vinnie takes a Remington Model 870 Shotgun with folded stock from a police car when the kids first enter the school. However, it turns out not to be loaded for some reason, forcing him to instead use it as a blunt object before they get the M16s.

Remington 870 Police Folder with extended magazine tube - stock extended - 12 gauge



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