|Rage and Honor II
Trans Atlantic Entertainment
Rage and Honor II (USA DVD title Rage and Honor 2: Hostile Takeover) is a 1993 action movie directed by Guy Norris that is the sequel to 1992's Rage and Honor. Kris Fairchild (Cynthia Rothrock) now is a government agent who is sent in Jakarta, Indonesia to infiltrate a bank that allegedly is laundering money for powerful crime boss Buntao. Preston Michaels (Richard Norton) now lives and works as a bartender in Jakarta in addition to being a personal martial arts trainer for Tommy Andrews, the son of the director of the mob bank.
The following weapons were used in the film Rage and Honor II:
Smith & Wesson Model 10HB
Smith & Wesson Model 10HB revolvers are widely used by Buntao's thugs, including his bodyguard and enforcer Thor (Ron Vreeken). Kris Fairchild (Cynthia Rothrock) uses a Model 10HB revolver during the car chase. Gerald Andrews (John J. Soucy) also holds a revolver in one scene.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB (heavy barrel) revolver (Post 1950s Model) - .38 Special
Kris draws a revolver from glove box and opens the cylinder.
Kris holds the revolver during the car chase.
Thor holds the revolver when the chase is over.
Gerald Andrews holds a revolver.
Browning Hi-Power pistols are most widely used handguns in the movie. They are used by Buntao (Frans Tumbuan), Thor (Ron Vreeken), Tommy Andrews (Patrick Muldoon), his companion Togal (Tanaka), and numerous thugs. In the opening scene when Kris performs a training mission, several fake terrorists also carry Hi-Powers. As the movie was filmed in Indonesia, the pistols are most likely locally produced Pindad P1 version.
Classic Commercial Browning Hi-Power (Belgian Mfg) - 9x19mm. Screen used Pindad P1 pistols look similar to this model.
A fake terrorist holds a Hi-Power during the training.
Harold (a cameo of film co-producer John P. Melfi) surprises Kris.
Togal (Tanaka) opens fire, starting the shootout between two gangs.
A thug holds Kris at gunpoint.
Tommy threatens Buntao with his own pistol.
A close view of the grip of Tommy's pistol.
Smith & Wesson 645
During the training mission Kris Fairchild (Cynthia Rothrock) carries a Smith & Wesson 645 pistol.
Smith & Wesson 645 - .45 ACP. This particular 645 is the screen used pistol carried and fired by Don Johnson
in the series Miami Vice
Kris readies to break into terrorists base.
Kris surprises a terrorist.
A Colt Woodsman is seen among other weapons on the training base in the opening scene.
Colt Woodsman 1st Series - .22 LR
A Colt Woodsman is seen atop M16 carbine.
What appears to be a long slide M1911-style pistol is seen among other weapons on the training base in the opening scene.
A long slide pistol is seen at the left.
Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion
During Kris' training mission several fake terrorists are armed with Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion SMGs.
Sa. Vz. 61 Skorpion - .32 ACP
A "terrorist" with Skorpion in hand appears from the door.
Another view of the same gun.
Another "terrorist" holds a Skorpion.
What appears to be a Skorpion is seen at the top in gun cache.
What appears to be a Mini Uzi is seen among other weapons on the training base in the opening scene.
IMI Mini Uzi with stock folded - 9x19mm
What appears to be a Mini Uzi is seen at the top in gun cache.
During the attack on Buntao's money man one of Dazzo's thugs is armed with an Ithaca 37 shotgun. An Ithaca 37 is also used by a bodyguard of a diamond traider in the final scene.
Ithaca 37 long barrel Hunting Version - 12 gauge
The first thug holds his shotgun.
Another view of the Ithaca.
A bodyguard holds an Ithaca at the right.
Negotiations are backed by arms - the bodyguard at the right aims his Ithaca.
The bottom of Ithaca is seen.
The second Dazzo's thug and the second bodyguard of diamond traider carry Remington 870 shotguns. Charlie (Alex Tumundo), the bar owner, uses a Remington 870 to repel racketeers.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 gauge
The second thug fires a Remington.
Due to a continuity error, the Remington is now in hands of the first thug.
Charlie threaten racketeers.
The bodyguard at the left holds a Remington.
Many of Buntao's and Dazzo's men are armed with FN FNC assault rifles. They appear to be Indonesian produced Pindad SS1-V1. In one scene Preston Michaels (Richard Norton) takes an FNC for a short time. Due to a continuity error, the FNC switches to M16A1 when Preston gives the rifle to Kris.
Buntao's thug holds an FNC.
He is very pleased with his brand new toy.
Buntao's men guard Tommy and Kris.
A close view of the barrels.
Dazzo's thug at the left holds an FNC.
Togal's (Tanaka) FN FNC switches to an M16A1 in the final scene. The third bodyguard of diamond trader also carries an M16. Kris (Cynthia Rothrock) briefly holds an M16 in the final scene.
M16A1 with 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
A closer view of the rifle.
Diamond trader's bodyguard covers his employer.
Kris holds an M16 when she and Preston appear on jeep.
Some version of M16 carbines, like CAR-15, are seen in hands of fake terrorists during Kris' training mission.
Commercial CAR-15 semiautomatic Rifle - 5.56x45mm. This is strictly a semiautomatic civilian copy of the XM177 style of rifles. The flash hider is a smaller diameter copy of the XM-177 and has no sound suppression qualities and is permanently welded onto the barrel to make it legal length for over the counter gun store sales.
A fake terrorist holds an M16 Carbine.
Another view of the same gun.
A barrel of a carbine is seen at the left.
In the final scene Ruger Mini-14 rifles are briefly seen in hands of Indonesian police.
Ruger Mini-14 GB ("Government Barrel") - 5.56x45mm
A Mini-14 is blurry seen behind Preston.
A Mini-14 GB is seen at the right.
Arsenal at the training base
Numerous handguns and long guns are seen on the training base in the opening scene.
A variety of guns at the right. Top row: Mini Uzi
, pocket pistol, Skorpion
. Middle row: unknown pistol, Colt Woodsman
, unknown pistol, pair of grenades (?). Bottom row: AR-15
-style rifle with sniper scope, unknown revolver.
Some more guns at the left: CAR-15
-style long slide pistol, Beretta