Resident Evil: Degeneration

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Resident Evil: Degeneration (2008)

Resident Evil: Degeneration is a computer-generated film that was released by Capcom in 2008 as an official canon film to the Resident Evil videogame series (since the Paul W.S. Anderson films haven't been well received by fans and critics). The story takes place in the fictional city of Harvardville, U.S.A. in the year 2005 (One year after the events of Resident Evil 4), where it is revealed that in the seven years that have followed since the destruction of Raccoon City in 1998 (The year Resident Evil 2 took place) a pharmaceutical company called WilPharma has taken the reigns of continuing the study/research of the T-Virus (Since the Umbrella Corporation has since been dissolved) to prevent any future biohazardous outbreaks or future bio-terrorism attacks. However, when a T-Virus outbreak occurs without warning at the city's local airport, special agent Leon S. Kennedy is called in to deal with the outbreak, and to find out who or what is behind it. During which he is reunited with his old partner, Claire Redfield, and along with the help of several other allies, they both begin to discover that there is more behind the circumstances surrounding this T-Virus outbreak than there seems to be...

The following firearms were seen in Resident Evil: Degeneration:

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Handguns

Silver Ghost

Leon's primary weapon throughout the movie, known as the Silver Ghost[1], is the same fictonal custom handgun he used in the game Resident Evil 4, with the laser sight being swapped for a flashlight. The Silver Ghost resembles a longer version of the Heckler & Koch USP and Smith & Wesson Sigma. The slide, magazine, and lower frame resemble the Sigma but the weapon has a hammer as opposed to a striker and a threaded barrel extension for suppressors similar to the USP. The grips are wood framed with polymer panels and a central medallion on each side, similar to the design used on the Samurai Edge grips.

The Silver Ghost as seen in Resident Evil 4.
Leon readies his Silver Ghost as he infiltrates the overrun airport with Angela and Greg.
Leon taking aim down the ironsights of his Silver Ghost.
Leon aims at Curtis Miller during the climax in WilPharma's underground facility.

Glock 26

Leon keeps a Glock 26 with a Pearce Grip +2 mag extension in an shoulder holster as a backup, which he gives to Claire near the end of the movie. This is also seen in the promotional posters as Claire's gun.

Glock 26 - 9x19mm
Claire keeps the Glock 26 at the ready as she attempts to reach the control center of WilPharma's underground facility.

Heckler & Koch VP70M

In a flashback of the Raccoon City Incident (see Resident Evil 2), we see Leon with his VP70M machine pistol that he used when he was part of the Raccoon PD.

Heckler & Koch VP70M with stock - 9x19mm
Leon fires his stockless VP70M at several zombies during the flashback to the events in Raccoon City in 1998 (The year that Resident Evil 2 takes place).

Glock 17

Both the Harvardville Airport Police and Senator Davis' bodyguards carry 3rd Generation Glock 17 pistols.

Glock 17 (Gen 3) - 9x19mm
Senator Davis meets with the Harvardville Police Chief. Note the Glock 17 in the officer's holster.
Davis' bodyguard makes an unflattering face while trying to clear civilians out of the way so he can shoot the attacking zombie. Note both the accessory rail (indicating a Generation 3 model) and the bodyguard's good trigger discipline.
Davis' bodyguard fires two rounds from his Glock 17 into a zombie's chest, which ends up doing nothing since the zombies of Resident Evil are based on the Living Dead, and can only be killed by destroying the brain.

Angela's Glock 17 Custom

Angela's sidearm is a Glock 17 fitted with a Glock 26 slide, Novak-style sights, and a barrel weight/compensator. This seems to be based on the "G26 AdVanced" frmm Tokyo Marui, an airsoft company that provides reference material on firearms for Capcom, as Angela's Glock has identical modifications to it (the only difference being the Glock 17's full length grip/frame).

Glock 17 (Gen 3) - 9x19mm
The Tokyo Marui "G26 AdVanced" airsoft gun
Angela loads up a fresh magazine into her customized Glock...
...then releases the slide to chamber a round.

Walther P5 Compact

At the end of the film, Frederic Downing uses a nickel-plated Walther P5 Compact near the end of the film. He racks the slide after drawing it, indicating he carries the pistol without a round chambered - not the best idea for self-defense. Then again, considering that he's a corporate executive, he probably hasn't had very much formal training.

Walther P5 Compact - 9x19mm
Frederic Downing brandishes his Walther P5 Compact at Claire and Leon in the film's climax.
Downing keeping his P5 trained on Claire and Leon as he attempts to call their bluff.

Submachine Guns

Angela's Custom MP5K PDW

Angela's primary weapon is a custom Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW. It features an interesting vertical foregrip attachment that is latched onto the weapon with a thumbhole and an integral flashlight. The front and rear sights have been replaced with a single piece that forms a rail across the top of the weapon similar to that of the H&K G36C's rail. The PDW's standard folding stock has been replaced with a retractable buttstock like those found on the full-sized MP5A3 and MP5A5.

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW - 9x19mm
Angela searches a room inside the overrun airport with her custom MP5K at the ready.
Angela prepares to fire her MP5K at an approaching zombie.
Angela's custom MP5K lays on the floor of the S.R.T. (Special Response Team) van.
Angela loads up her MP5K as she prepares to go face her brother.

Assault Rifles

M4A1 Carbine

Greg is seen using a M4A1 Carbine with a railed handguard, no carry handle and a removable rear sight. Several Marines are also seen using factory standard M4A1 rifles.

Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm
Greg readies his M4A1 as they prepare to infiltrate the overrun airport.
Greg reloads his M4A1 during the escape from the airport.
The Marines take aim with their M4A1s as they prepare to clear out the overrun airport. The so-called "Marines" are seen wearing US Army ACU fatigues.

Two of the Marines carry M4A1 Carbines with M203 under-barrel attachments when they engage with an infected Curtis Miller in WilPharma's underground facility. Leon later picks up one of these carbines. They noticeably have folding front sights instead of the standard front sight post.

M4A1 carbine (5.56x45mm) with M68 Aimpoint red dot scope, flip-up rear sight, and M203 grenade launcher (40mm)
A Marine takes aim with his M203 at an infected Curtis...
...the Marine nearly squeezes off a shot from his M203...
...but ends in getting brutally sliced up by Curtis.
Leon however, manages to put the M203 to good use.

Shotguns

Remington Model 1100

we see Claire with a Remington Model 1100 in the flashback of the Raccoon City Incident. While this weapon was available in Resident Evil 2, it was not available during Claire's campaign, it was likely borrowed from Leon as she was in close proxy to him in the flashback.

Remington Model 1100 Tactical Shotgun - 12 gauge
Claire fires her Remington Model 1100 against several zombies during the flashback to the events in Raccoon City in 1998 (The year that Resident Evil 2 takes place).


See Also

Main Video Game Series Resident Evil 0  •  Resident Evil (1996)  •  Resident Evil (2002 VG)  •  Resident Evil 2  •  Resident Evil 3: Nemesis  •  Resident Evil: Code Veronica  •  Resident Evil 4  •  Resident Evil 5  •  Resident Evil: Revelations  •  Resident Evil 6  •  Resident Evil: Revelations 2  •  Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
Spin-Off Games Survivor  •  Outbreak  •  Darkside Chronicles  •  Mercenaries 3D  •  Operation Raccoon City  •  Umbrella Corps
Spin-Off Animation Films Degeneration  •  Damnation  •  Vendetta
Spin-Off Live-Action Films Resident Evil (2002)  •  Apocalypse (2004)   •  Extinction (2007)   •  Afterlife (2010)   •  Retribution (2012)   •  The Final Chapter (2017)



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