Rexim Favor

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Rexim Favor submachine gun with solid stock and bayonet, used by Turkish army - 9x19mm
Rexim Favor Mk5 - 9x19mm

The Rexim Favor submachine gun was designed in Switzerland in 1950s by Rexim S.A. and produced in Spain by La Coruna in 1955-1957. About 5,000 SMGs were produced. The only state that used the Rexim Favor was Turkey.

Specifications

(1955 - 1957)

  • Type: Submachine Gun
  • Caliber: 9x19mm
  • Weight: 8.4 lbs (3.8 kg)
  • Length: 24 in (61 cm) stock folded, 34.3 in (87 cm) stock extended
  • Barrel length: 13.4 in (34 cm)
  • Capacity: 32-round box

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
Kill Me Gently A Turkish soldier Without buttstock 1967
The Beast Must Die Calvin Lockhart Tom Newcliffe Mk 5 1974
Peter Cushing Dr. Christopher Lundgren Mk 5
Death of a Hoodlum (Muerte de un quinqui) Paul Naschy Marcos "Commando" model 1975
A New Hope Alfie Curtis Dr. Evazan Visually modified Mk5 as SE-14C 1977
Alien John Hurt Kane Visually modified Mk5 as laser pistol, holstered in theatrical cut, briefly unholstered in Director's Cut 1979
Tom Skerritt Dallas Visually modified Mk5 as laser pistol, holstered
Veronica Cartwright Lambert
Rogue One Death Troopers Visually modified Mk5 as SE-14r 2016
Solo: A Star Wars Story Donald Glover Lando Calrissian Visually modified Mk5 as SE-14r with Chromium plating with Mother-of-Grips, and a detachable barrel extension 2018



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