The Punisher is the 2004 feature film adaptation of the Marvel Comics comic book series. Thomas Jane stars as Frank Castle, a former Special Forces operator and FBI agent who when his entire family is killed, seeks vengeance on the money launderer who ordered the massacre. An extended cut of the film was released on video in 2005. This was the second of three different feature film adaptations featuring the Frank Castle character including 1989's The Punisher and 2008's Punisher: War Zone.
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The following weapons were used in the film The Punisher (2004):
Colt M1911A1 (customized)
Frank Castle (Thomas Jane) uses a pair of heavily customized M1911A1s as his main sidearms in the film. His father Frank Castle Sr. (Roy Scheider) devoted some dialogue to the guns, commenting on how he bored the chambers, customized the triggers, and added some thread-on compensators. Some other notable features are their Novak night sights, the Smith and Alexander extended magazine wells, combat hammers and combat triggers, Kings Gun Works extended slide stops and extended slide releases, as well as Ed Brown Memory Grove beavertail grip safeties and front cocking serrations. The leg holster is a custom Blade-Tech Tactical Thigh Holster.
An E-mail from the current owner of the guns explains:
"The pistols are 1911's and the slide is marked COLT'S GOVERNMENT MODEL. The sight attached to the slide is marked NOVAK'S upside down. The slide is the same shape as a normal 1911's but on the sides towards the left and right there is a grid design."
The two blank firing prop Colt M1911A1s used in the film - .45 ACP.
The two rubber prop Colt M1911A1s used in the film for stunt work.
Castle Sr. keeps his two custom M1911A1 pistols in a glass display case.
Castle takes the two Colt M1911A1s out of his father's display case after his family is massacred by the Saints.
Castle readies his Colt M1911A1s when he faces off with Dante and Spoon in the Saint building.
Castle fires his right M1911A1 at Spoon.
Castle fires his left M1911A1 at Dante.
After facing the two men, one of Castle's .45s jams. Maybe he should have used different ammo so it wouldn't misfeed on him.
Castle keeps his hand close to his back-holstered .45 when Harry Heck enters the diner.
Castle dishes Sardines from a can with his .45 close by.
Castle fires his .45 in the club. Thomas Jane's weapons training is clearly evident.
Castle does a mid-mag change with his .45...
Castle decides not to commit suicide after imagining his wife witnessing him die.
Beretta 92FS Inox (flashpaper)
Howard Saint (John Travolta) is seen using a Beretta 92FS Inox "Flash-paper" gun, which is designed to imitate the flash and smoke of a blank gun minus the loud sound and dangerous wad which fires from the barrel. Instead of swapping to a real Beretta, it appears to stay a flash-paper gun throughout the film, and as such is listed separately from the real Inoxes used.
Flash-paper Beretta 92FS Inox.
Howard Saint uses his flashpaper Beretta 92FS Inox to execute the man supposed to be watching his son when he was killed.
Saint executes the man with his flash-paper Beretta.
Saint tries to draw his flash-paper Beretta when facing Castle near the end of the film, but isn't quick enough in comparison.
Beretta 92FS Inox
The stainless steel Beretta 92FS Inox makes several appearances in the film in the hands of nameless thugs employed by the Saint family. The most notable user is Dante (Marc Macaulay), who tries to draw it when facing Castle along with Spoon (Terry Loughlin) at his side in the lobby of the Saint building.
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm.
A money launderer in the Saint Building (Jim Meskimen
) tries to reach for his Beretta 92FS Inox when Castle enters.
Dante prepares to draw his Beretta 92FS Inox when facing Castle in the Saint Building.
A thug in the dance club fires his Beretta Inox at Castle.
A thug fires his Beretta Inox at Castle, and manages to break his M4.
Frank Castle, Sr. (Roy Scheider)'s gun case, in addition to the twin M1911s, contains a LeMat 1861 percussion revolver.
LeMat 1861 Revolver - .36 or .44 caliber.
A LeMat is seen to the top right.
Colt Officer's ACP
When the FBI raids the weapons transfer, Otto Kreig (Frank Castle under-cover) draws a two-tone Colt Officer's ACP which appears to be customized, before being "killed".
Colt Officer's ACP - .45 ACP.
Castle as Kreig draws his Colt Officers ACP. Castle seems to have a fondness for 1911 guns (smart man).
"Kreig" tries to fire his Officers ACP at the officers but is "gunned-down" first.
Frank Castle, Sr. (Roy Scheider)'s gun case, in addition to the twin M1911s, contains a Colt 1851 Navy percussion revolver.
Colt 1851 Navy - .36 caliber.
A Colt Navy is seen to the top left.
Colt Single Action Army
Frank Castle, Sr. (Roy Scheider)'s gun case, in addition to the twin M1911s, contains a Colt Single Action Army 5 1/2" Artillery.
Colt Single Army 5 1/2" Artillery - .45 Long Colt.
A Colt SAA Artillery is pictured in the middle.
The Glock 17 2nd generation is seen multiple times in the film by nameless thugs but is most notably seen used by Jimmy Weeks (A. Russell Andrews), who they delve deeper into character-wise in the extended cut.
Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9x19mm.
Officer Jimmy Weeks fires a blank loaded Glock 17 at Castle, under cover as Otto Kreig, to fake his death.
One of the money launderers keeps a Glock 17 nearby.
Weeks with a Glock 17 in his FBI holster. (extended cut).
This thug who later gets a paper-cutter to the head holds a Glock 17 like he's never seen a gun in his life.
The thug walks by "Spacker" Dave (Ben Foster
) when they search for Castle in his apartment.
One of the weapons seen in Castle's arsenal is a 3rd Generation Glock 17 with stainless slide. Sadly, he is never seen using it despite being seen preparing it before leaving to assault Saint's club.
3rd Gen Glock 17 with stainless slide - 9x19mm
A chrome-slide Glock 17 is among Castle's arsenal.
The Glock 17 is seen as the camera pans over Castle's arsenal. Note how it is fitted with a stock and a 33-round magazine.
Castle attaches the stock to the Glock 17.
Castle loads a 33-round mag into the Glock 17.
One of the thugs in Saint's dance club is seen using a compact Glock 19 2nd generation, which based on the angle appears too short to be the same Glock 17 used in other scenes.
Glock 19 2nd Generation - 9x19mm.
A thug fires his Glock 19 at Castle and over does the recoil too much (or else he's still shaky from the mine blast).
The thug tries to reload his Glock but is sent flying by two 12 gauge rounds before he succeeds.
Heckler & Koch USP45
Spoon (Terry Loughlin) is seen with a Heckler & Koch USP handgun in his holster when facing Castle in the Saint building. Based on the length of the grip, it looks the the .45 ACP model, the USP45.
Heckler & Koch USP45 - .45 ACP.
A USP45 is seen in Spoon's holster.
Heckler & Koch MK23 Mod 0
Seen fitted with a suppressor in Castle's arsenal is a Heckler & Koch MK23 Mod 0. Reportedly, one of Saint's thugs that walks into Castle's apartment is armed with the same prop, although it is never seen closely.
The Heckler & Koch MK23 Mod 0 rubber prop used in the film.
A Heckler & Koch MK23 Mod 0 is seen to the left at the bottom of his customized M1911s.
Heckler & Koch P2000SK
One of the thugs in the club is seen armed with a Heckler & Koch P2000SK and tries to use it before he receives a .45 between the eyes from Castle.
Heckler & Koch P2000SK - 9x19mm
This thug armed with a P2000SK gets a bullet in the head before he can fire his gun.
The thug falls back dead with the P2000SK still in hand.
One of the money launderers in the Saint Building (Jack Swanson) tries to draw a Ruger SP101 revolver when Castle walks in.
Ruger SP101 - .357 Magnum.
The launderer to the left (Jack Swanson
) tries to draw a Ruger SP101.
John Saint (James Carpinello) uses a nickel-plated SIG-Sauer P226 throughout the film. He most notably uses it when he puts a bullet in Castle's chest, claiming "This time they're not blanks."
SIG-Sauer P226 Nickel - 9x19mm
John Saint executes a woman with his SIG-Sauer P226...
...which stovepipes on the second shot.
John's SIG-Sauer P226 is seen in his shoulder holster as he beats on Castle.
John prepares to execute Castle.
Castle has a flashback of when he is shot in the chest. The bullet apparently just missed his heart.
John becomes pinned under a book-shelf when Castle assaults the club and his P226 is just out of reach. Note double stack bulges.
Smith & Wesson Model 66
When Castle is "safe-guarding" his apartment, he places a stainless steel Smith & Wesson Model 66 into a custom made drawer launcher, which kicks out the drawer when the counter is tapped. Castle tries to grab this gun when he is attacked by "The Russian" (Kevin Nash), but he grabs a weight and smashes the barrel flat.
The weapon crushed by Kevin Nash in the movie was a real S&W Model 66 that was actually destroyed just for the film.
A Smith & Wesson Model 66 in .357 Magnum that was destroyed for The Punisher
. This is the actual gun that was smashed by The Russian in the movie, as you can tell by the barrel.
Another view of the Smith & Wesson Model 66 that was used (and smashed) in The Punisher
. This image gives a better view of the crushed barrel.
Castle tests the launcher drawer with his Smith & Wesson Model 66.
Castle tries to retrieve his Smith & Wesson Model 66 when fighting The Russian.
While it is blurry, you can see the S&W Model 66 is clearly crushed before The Russian smashes it.
Castle looks at the bent Model 66.
Taurus Model 689
Harry Heck ditches his Striker when Castle totals his GTO and gets out, armed with a Taurus Model 689. Castle pulls out a spring loaded stiletto (basically an amateur ballistics knife) and fires it into his neck before he can use it. Castle than takes the gun and leaves in Heck's Satellite.
Taurus Model 689 with 4" Barrel (one in film is 8") - .44 Magnum.
Heck walks up to Castle with his Taurus Model 689 in hand.
Heck points his Taurus Model 689 at Castle.
Smith & Wesson Model 627
Castle is seen in the extended cut giving Jimmy Weeks (A. Russell Andrews) a Smith & Wesson Model 627. Weeks takes the gun and tries to kill Castle, but the gun is empty. Castle gives Weeks a single bullet and watches as he commits suicide for ratting him out to Saint and having his family killed because of it.
Smith & Wesson Model 627 Performance Center (right side) - .357 Magnum
Castle sits in Weeks' house with the 627 in hand.
Castle leaves the 627 on the chair for Weeks to pick up.
Weeks tries to shoot Castle but the gun is empty.
Castle gives Weeks a bullet and watches. The bullet looks like a .357 Magnum.
Weeks loads the bullet into the 627.
Weeks prepares to commit suicide with the 627.
Bobby Saint (James Carpinello) keeps a stainless steel Walther PPK as his weapon. He is killed before he ever gets a chance to use it.
Bobby Saint sits a the bar in the dance club with his Walther PPK next to him. (extended cut).
Bobby tries to de-escalate the situation and gets mowed down for it.
Bobby lays dead with his Walther PPK at his side.
One of the arms dealers is armed with a Cobray M11/9 when the FBI raids the exchange. Bobby Saint points his gun at him by mistake and is shot by him in return.
A thug fires his Cobray M11/9 at Bobby Saint.
The thug gets filled with bullets from the surrounding FBI agents after firing his Cobray M11/9.
Heckler & Koch MP5A5
Some of the FBI agents that make the illegal weapons sale bust are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A5 submachine guns. One of the thugs in the club is also seen with one.
Heckler & Koch MP5A5 - 9x19mm
The officer to the left fires his MP5A5, which has a sight mounted way above his eyeline.
Officers armed almost entirely with MP5A5s.
A thug is seen with an MP5A5.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD5
One of the FBI agents is seen firing a Heckler & Koch MP5SD5.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD5 - 9x19mm
The officer to the right fires his MP5SD5.
Some of the hitters who help massacre Castle's family are armed with TEC-9s, which clearly have sling swivels (although these shots don't show them), which a TEC-DC9 lacks. They were likely converted to full-auto by the armorer for the film.
A hitter approaches the family reunion party with his TEC-9 in hand.
A hitter fires his TEC-9 at Castle and Castle Sr. while taking cover behind a grill.
Several thugs in the film are seen armed with Steyr SPP pistols, which appear to be converted to full-auto based on the one instance it is seen firing.
A hitter finds a family cowering under a house and heartlessly executes them with his Steyr SPP.
Another shot of him firing the SPP.
A half-dead thug holds an SPP in the club.
Several of Micro Uzis are seen used by Saint's men when they massacre Castle's family. Most notably seen using them are Dante (Marc Macaulay) and Spoon (Terry Loughlin) when they both fire their Micros at Maria Castle's (Samantha Mathis) car, and manage to flip it with them.
Dante (Marc Macaulay
) shoots a man trying to escape on a boat with his Micro Uzi.
Dante and Spoon fire their Micro Uzis at Maria Castle as she tries to drive away with Will Castle (Marcus Johns
Dante and Spoon fire their Micro Uzis.
Harry Heck (Mark Collie) is seen using what looks like an Armsel Protecta to fire shots at Castle's Pontiac GTO, but he luckily has metal shields that slide up over the windows to protect himself.
Armsel Protecta - 12 gauge.
Harry Heck fires his Armsel Protecta at Castle in his GTO.
Heck fires the Protecta at Castle as he drives away.
Ithaca 37 (pistol gripped)
Lincoln (Tom Nowicki) uses an Ithaca 37 shotgun with nickel plating and a pistol grip throughout the film. It is not a Stakeout model, as it is too long. When using it to shoot Castle's vest in the dance club, he puts two 12 gauge rounds into his body armor from less than 10ft away. Though this might seem impossible, a level IIIA Vest can easily withstand shots as powerful as 00 Buckshot.
Ithaca 37 Nickel model with extended magazine tube and pistol grip - 12 Gauge
Lincoln (Tom Nowicki
) shoots Castle Sr. in the back with his nickel-plated, pistol gripped Ithaca 37 shotgun.
Lincoln fires his Ithaca 37 into Castle's vest.
Ted Williams Model 21 Deluxe (sawed-off)
When Saint's men massacre Castle's family, one of the assassins is armed with a sawed-off Ted Williams Model 21 Field shotgun with a cut down Ribbed barrel and stock. Castle picks up the same Ted Williams and tries to save his wife and son. Castle fires off four shots, which pattern like buckshot rounds, before running dry.
Punisher Ted Williams Model 21 cut down to a Short Shotgun - 12 gauge. Note the forearm engraving, the J.C. Higgins Model 21 is usually a plainer design.
A hitter looks for hidden family members with his sawed-off Ted Williams Model 21 at the ready.
Castle fires his Ted Williams Model 21 at the hitters in the Ford Pickup.
Castle chambers a fresh round as he gets shot.
The action of the Ted Williams Model 21 appears to have engine grooves and the wooden for-end has more fanciful engraving than the virtually identical J.C. Higgins Model 21.
Castle pumps the Ted Williams Model 21 , and clearly no fresh round chambers.
Castle's Ted Williams Model 21 goes empty when he needs it the most.
Trivia: When Castle first begins firing, he racks the shotgun, ejecting a live round from the chamber, which would have greatly helped him out when he faces the men as they exit the truck.
Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser"
When Castle goes to the Saint Building to dump all his money into the street, he takes a Mossberg 590 Compact Cruiser, which is the perfect gun to stash in his trench coat. He uses the gun to force Saint's money launderers to dump the money from the top floor and "rain 100 dollar bills."
Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" - 12 gauge.
Castle points his Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" at the money launderers.
"Get up.... wheel the money out."
Castle puts down his Compact Cruiser and then turns his back to them to cut open the window... with the gun still there. Not very smart thinking.
Castle forces the men to throw the money out the window.
When the hitters begin to massacre Castle's family, Castle Sr. takes out two Savage/Stevens 311As for himself and Frank. The two both uses them to great effect and Castle scores two kills with his, one of which by means of blowing up a propane tank on a grill. They are smooth-bore shotguns because they are clearly seen loading birdshot shotgun rounds into them. Based on slight difference in the trigger guard and pistol grip/tang area, these appear to be Spanish Eibar copies.
Savage/Stevens 311A - 12 Gauge.
Castle loads 12 gauge rounds into his Savage/Stevens 311A. Note the fired primer, this is a dummy inert round.
Castle shoots the Mossberg wielding thug with his S/S311A, loading it just in time. It looks like he fired both barrels at once. Ouch.
Castle and Castle Sr. fire their S/S311As.
Castle takes aim with his 311A. Someone seems to have dented the barrel more than half-way down the gun.
Castle Sr. with his 311A at the ready before being shot by Lincoln.
Castle wraps the 311As in a rug when he arms up after the massacre.
Sawed-Off Savage/Stevens 311A
Castle appears to saw down one of his 311As later in the film, and turns it into a sawed-off shotgun. Castle brings this gun with him when he raids Saint's club, holstered on his back, and manages to kill one of his thugs with it.
Sawed-off Savage/Stevens 311A - 12 gauge.
Castle checks the chamber on his sawed-off 311A.
Castle runs a bore mop through his sawed-off 311A.
Castle looks down the barrels of his sawed-off 311A.
Castle loads up his sawed-off 311A when preparing to face Saint's club.
Castle fires his sawed-off 311A in the club, and of course, send the thug flying off his feet.
Heckler & Koch G36C
When Bobby Saint (James Carpinello) tries to impress his father by buying guns, he meets with Otto Kreig (Frank Castle under-cover), who shows Bobby four suitcases loaded with Heckler & Koch G36C assault rifles. I didn't bother adding all four suitcases because it looks like they just reused the same shot four times and flipped it twice.
Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
Kreig's thugs open up the briefcases loaded with H&K G36Cs.
They then open the other cases. Note how the ejection port is not on the right side and the folding stock is in the wrong direction, the instant result of reversing the image.
FBI agents making the illegal weapons bust at the beginning of the film are armed with M4A1 Carbines. Frank Castle is later seen using one fitted with an M203 grenade launcher and an Aimpoint CompM2 red dot sight when assaulting Howard Saint's club Saints and Sinners. He loses use of this weapon when a bad guy's bullet hits the receiver and ruins the gun.
M4A1 with Aimpoint CompM2 scope and fitted with an M203 launcher - 5.56x45mm and 40mm.
Castle is seen in a military picture in his classified file with an M4A1.
Castle's M4A1 is seen in his inventory as the camera pans over.
Castle racks the charging handle on his M4A1 when loading up to face Saint in his dance club.
Castle checks the bottom floor of the club with his M4A1. It seems smarter for him to use his bow as to not break stealth before facing the mass on the second floor. He also appears to lack trigger discipline.
Castle with his M4A1 at the ready.
Castle assaults the club with his M4A1.
Castle readies his M4A1 before it gets hit by a bullet.
Thomas Jane practices weapons techniques with his M4A1.
Jane loads up his M4A1 for weapons training.
M16A2 with an M203 Grenade Launcher
On the original movie poster for the film, Castle is seen armed with an M16A2 assault rifle fitted with an M203 grenade launcher.
M16A2 (with A2 rear Sight, brass deflector, heavy barrel and longer butt-stock) 5.56x45mm with M203 grenade launcher
Castle of the movie poster armed with an M16A2/M203.
RM Equipment M203PI
Seen next to the M203 launcher in Castle's arsenal is what appear to be an early model standalone RM Equipment M203PI grenade launcher. Only the rear of the launcher is clearly visible, but the retractable stock which conforms to the rear of the pistol grip identifies this as an early M203PI standalone launcher.
RM Equipment M203PI with standalone "Universal" stock in pistol configuration - 40x46mm. This is the current production model.
Schematic of the early model of the standalone version of the M203PI which differs from current production models by having a sliding stock and ventilated sighting rib, and lacking a MIL-STD-1913 rail.
The M203PI to the right, under the M4.
Castle has an M18A1 Claymore anti-personal mine among his arsenal, and uses one with a beeper detonator to blow up one of Saint's money transporting boats.
M18A1 Claymore Anti-Personal Mine.
Castle prepares an M18A1 Claymore Mine.
A Claymore mine is seen in Castle's armory as the camera pans over.
John Saint picks up one of Castle's Claymore Mines. Note how it has a beeper detonator with a "555" number.
John realizes what the Claymore is and dives off the boat, just barely escaping.
M67 "Baseball" Hand Grenade
Among the weapons in his arsenal, Castle has a handful of M67 hand grenades, one of which he keeps attached under the sink in his bathroom. He also keeps a switch near by which shuts the door so he can throw the grenade out and shut the door to protect himself from the blast. This technique proves ineffective when he tries it on The Russian, who uses a pipe like a baseball bat and whacks the "baseball" right back into the bathroom. Castle just barely makes it into the bathtub to avoid the blast.
M67 "Baseball" Hand Grenade.
Castle attaches an M67 "Baseball" Grenade to the sink in his bathroom.
Four M67 Baseballs are seen in Castle's arsenal as the camera pans over.
Castle readies the M67 grenade to throw at The Russian.
To Castle's horror, the grenade comes right back into the bathroom, ready to blow.
M203 grenade launcher
Castle's M4A1 is seen fitted with an M203 grenade launcher, which do to such close proximity battles is never used during the shootout in the club. The original movie poster also prominently features Castle holding an M16A2 fitted with an M203.
M203 grenade launcher - 40mm.
Castle on the movie poster with an M16A2/M203.
Castle loads a 40mm round into his M203. One wonders what good it will do him in such close quarters...
Castle closes the breach on his M203.
Unknown AP Mines
Castle brings some Anti-Personnel (AP) mines with him to assault the dance club. One he plants on the main entrance, which is set off when someone tries to run out. The second mine he sends up the dumb-waiter hidden in a wine bucket. When the man goes to pull the wine out, the whole rooms blows up. The last mine he uses to leave John Saint at the mercy of his own willpower. He claims the AP mine weighs 8lbs, which isn't much, but then he outstretches his arm and ties the fuse to a hanging piece of insulation. He then says how holding that mine up with an outstretched arm would be a "hell of a work out." The mine appears to be made from a PX-available soap dish, some wire, and a blinking light, controlled by a 555IC timer chip. No Current US Mine is in this shape (it is ineffective, ballistics-wise; the fragmentation pattern would only cover a limited area.), or in this style- No U.S. issue mine has a blinking red light, which would give away it's position.
Castle plants an AP mine on the front entrance of the dance club.
A henchman pulls out the wine bottle from the bucket, unbeknownst to him it is rigged to an AP mine.
The henchman than activates the mine and blows the room to hell.
Another henchman tries to run out the front door and sets off the AP mine, making yet another devastating explosion to the building.
Castle puts the AP Mine in the pinned down John Saint's outstretched arm.
A close-up of the mine in John's hand.
Unknown Remote Mines
Castle brings an unfathomable number of Remote Detonation mines with him, which he plants on all the cars in the parking lot. When he sets them all off, a sky view reveals "The Punisher" skull drawn with flame.
Again, it appears a soap dish with double-sided adhesive tape was used, it is possible for a charge like this to be contained in a soap dish.
A mixture of plastic explosives, oil, and thermite powders of appropriate size would fit in this size container with a cell-phone activated detonator.
All of which could easily be programmed to fire on the same signal.
Castle checks the remote mines in his arsenal inventory.
Castle plants mines under the cars. They appear to stick using magnets.
Castle plants another mine under a car.
Castle sets off the mines in the parking lot with the remote detonator.
After blowing up the cars in the lot, the sky view reveals this.
An extra on the extended cut is an animated segment built to illustrate the deleted scene of Frank Castle serving in the Gulf War, during a battle in Kuwait. The following guns are seen in this segment.
Behind the scenes note: The weapons used in the flashback animated sequence were a mix of airsoft, metal replica, and a few real guns. The soldiers shot on green screen were airsofters, not actors, and not real military.
A Beretta M9 is seen used by the U.S. officer to attempt to kill the captured enemy soldiers but he is stopped by Castle.
The officer prepares to execute the enemies with his M9.
The officer about to pull the trigger.
Castle forces the officer to fire his M9 into the ground, which was strangely loaded with only one bullet.
Beretta 92G Elite II
Seen in the hands of a U.S. officer is a Beretta 92G Elite II. He is seen loading it up and then it disappears, being replaced by a simpler M9. The 92G Elite II was not issued during the Gulf War nor was it even made yet so that's somewhat of an anachronism.
This is a Airsoft gun its a Tokyo Mauri Tac Master --Sarkardarkstar 18:47, 1 October 2009 (UTC)
Beretta 92G Elite II - 9x19mm
An officer loads a magazine into his 92G Elite II. Note how the decocking safety is activated, yet the hammer is up. Also, the back sight has been removed.
An officer chambers his 92G Elite II, finger on the trigger like no real soldier would do.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3
Some U.S. soldiers are seen armed with Heckler & Koch MP5SD3s. Castle is briefly seen firing one, in a MASSIVE continuity error.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 - 9x19mm
A U.S. soldier with an MP5SD3.
Castle fires his MP5SD3, which switched from another gun.
Some U.S. soldiers are seen with a folding stock Remington 870 shotgun and Castle grabs one and charges an enemy position with it.
Remington 870 with extended mag tube and folding stock - 12 gauge.
A U.S. soldier armed with a folding stock Remington 870.
Castle takes cover with his 870 in hand.
Castle holds a freshly fired 870.
During the deleted animated segment taking place in Kuwait, an enemy soldier can be seen firing a gun that vaguely resembles an AK-47.
An enemy soldier fires an AK-47 in the animated segment.
Colt Model 715
One of the enemy soldiers is seen firing an M16 with an A1 sight but with an A2 receiver, making it a Colt Model 715.
Colt Model 715 (known as the C7 for Canadian Armed Forces) - 5.56x45mm.
An enemy soldier fires his Colt 715 at the U.S. soldiers.
Colt Model 723
Some of the U.S. soldiers are seen firing Colt Model 723 carbines. Some of the enemies are seen using them as well.
Colt Model 723 - 5.56x45mm.
A soldier in the back fires a suppressed Colt 723.
A soldier fires his suppressed Colt 723.
An enemy soldier fire a Colt 723. This shot was reversed so I flipped it proper.
A U.S. soldier is seen firing an M14 Rifle briefly.
A U.S. soldier fires his M14.
Both Jimmy Weeks and an unknown soldier are seen using M16A2 rifles fitted with M203 grenade launchers.
M16A2 with M203 - 5.56x45mm/40mm.
A U.S. soldier with an M16A2/M203.
Weeks with his M16A2/M203.
Weeks fires his M16A2/M203. This shot was reversed so I flipped it proper.
Norinco Type 69 RPG
An enemy soldier is seen firing an Norinco Type 69 RPG with an over-sized warhead. It can be most easily identified by its single grip and carry handle as opposed to the dual grips on an RPG-7.
Norinco Type 69 RPG - 40mm.
An enemy soldier fires a Norinco Type 69 RPG. Note over-sized warhead.
M26 "Lemon" Hand Grenade
A U.S. soldier is seen with a M26 "Lemon" hand grenade on his belt, which the enemy prisoner pulls off his belt and commits suicide with, killing everyone but Castle and Weeks.
M26 "Lemon" hand grenade.
The terrorist goes to grab the soldiers M26 grenade.