|Order No. 027|
(Myung ryoung-027 ho)
|| North Korea
||Ki Mo Jung|
Eung Suk Kim
||Korea February 8 Film Studio
|Corp. Kil Nam
||Sung Chol Cha
|Lt. Chang Hyon
||Yong Chol Choe
||Hye Son Kim
|Sgt. Pong Nam
||Pong Ho Han
|Petty Officer U Jae
||Ha Chun Kim
Order No. 027 (Myung ryoung-027 ho) is a 1986 North Korean war movie with martial arts. In the last year of the Korean War, a group of elite North Korean commandos is sent behind South Korean lines with a mission to destroy the headquarters of a special operations unit and capture priceless documents.
The following weapons were used in the film Order No. 027 (Myung ryoung-027 ho):
M1911A1 pistols are carried by most North Korean commandos, South Korean officers, and counterintelligence service agents.
World War II Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP. This was an issued U.S. Army pistol with parkerized finish, thus the official designation of M1911A1
Lt. Chang Hyon (Yong Chol Choe) holds an M1911.
Plainclothes counterintelligence service agent fires his M1911.
A commando runs with a pistol in hand.
A commando dual-wields M1911s.
The wounded Lt. Chang Hyon holds a discharged M1911.
M3A1 "Grease Gun"
Commandos, while disguised as South Korean soldiers, carry M3A1 "Grease Gun" SMGs. M3A1s are also used by ROK Armed Forces soldiers.
M3A1 "Grease Gun" - .45 ACP
Sgt. Pong Nam (Pong Ho Han) holds his M3A1 during the encounter at the outpost.
A commando holds an M3A1 SMG.
The lack of crank lever allows to identify the SMG as an A1.
Plainclothes Lt. Chang Hyon (Yong Chol Choe) fires an M3A1 during the shootout at the railway station.
A commando fires his M3A1.
Corp. Kil Nam (Sung Chol Cha) holds an M3A1 during the shootout on the train.
A closeup of an M3A1 in the hands of a South Korean soldier.
A South Korean seaman fires an M3A1.
In the final scene, PPSh-41 SMGs (North Korean designation Model 49) are briefly seen in the hands of KPA soldiers.
Soviet PPSh-41 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A soldier at the right raises his PPSh, greeting the commandos after their return.
Rifles and Assault Rifles
Some of commandos and many ROK Armed Forces soldiers carry M1 Carbines.
Korean War Era M1 Carbine, with Birch Stock, Adjustable sight, bayonet lug, and twin magazine pouch - .30 Carbine
An M1 Carbine is seen during the training of the commandos.
A number of M1 Carbines at the ROK Armed Forces outpost.
ROK Armed Forces soldiers under heavy fire from the commandos.
A commando uses his M1 Carbine in close combat on board of the patrol boat.
Type 58B (AKS-47)
In one scene, M3A1 SMGs in the hands of two commandos switch to Type 58B assault rifles (the North Korean version of the AKS-47) and then back to SMGs.
Type III AKS-47 with stock folded - 7.62x39mm
Plainclothes Lt. Chang Hyon (Yong Chol Choe) and a commando in South Korean uniform fire AKs during the shootout at the railway station.
Mosin Nagant M1891/30
In the final scene, Mosin Nagant M1891/30 rifles are briefly seen in the hands of KPA soldiers.
Mosin Nagant M1891/30 - 7.62x54mm R
Soldiers raise their rifles, greeting the commandos after their return.
M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle
M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifles are used by ROK Armed Forces soldiers.
M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle - .30-06
A BAR is mounted on the lorry.
A plainclothes counterintelligence service agent holds a BAR at the right.
A Browning M1919A4 machine gun is seen in one scene.
Browning M1919A4 on an M2 tripod - .30-06 Springfield
M1919A4 on the guard post at the airfield.
An Afanasev A-12.7 machine gun is mounted on an Mi-4 helicopter, standing in for a US Army helicopter.
Afanasev A-12.7 mounted on a Mi-4A helicopter - 12.7x108mm
An A-12.7 machine gun in the bottom mounting.
A twin (over and under) 25-mm 2M-3M naval mounting with two 110-PM autocannons is mounted on the patrol boat captured by the commandos.
25mm 2M-3M naval mounting with two 110-PM autocannons in museum exposition
RPG-43 Anti-tank Grenade
Lt. Chang Hyon (Yong Chol Choe) uses an RPG-43 grenade to destroy an enemy helicopter.
Soviet RPG-43 anti-tank grenade
Chang Hyon holds a grenade.