Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li is the second feature film adaptation of the popular Capcom series of Street Fighter videogames. The 2009 martial arts action film stars Kristin Kreuk as Chun-Li, who travels to Thailand in search of the man who abducted her father. The film is not a sequel to the 1994 film Street Fighter, but does utilize several of the characters from the videogame. The cast includes Neal McDonough, Michael Clarke Duncan, Moon Bloodgood, and Chris Klein.
The following weapons were used in the film Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li:
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Some of the Thai SWAT officers are armed with the Heckler & Koch MP5A3.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Navy trigger group - 9x19mm
The SWAT officer on the left holds the MP5A3.
The SWAT officer opens fire with the MP5A3.
Production image shows the SWAT officer on the left with an MP5A3.
Bison's men appear to armed with the M4A1 carbine. Some of these rifles have fixed stocks and some have collapsible stocks.
Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm. Note slight difference in shape of stock compared to older model M4 (above).
The rifle seen here is fitted with fixed stock.
The rifle with the fixed stock.
Bison's men appear to armed with the M4A1
Some of Bison's men appear to be armed with M16A1 rifles.
Some of Bison's men appear to be armed with M16A1
The M16A1 rifle on the left.
Heckler & Koch HK33
What appear to be Heckler & Koch HK33 rifles are used by Thai SWAT offiers. Believed to be HK33, because HK33s were built under license by Royal Thai Army Ordnance (HK33A2 as Type 11 rifle, HK33A3 (with adjustable telescopic stock) as Type 11A1 rifle and HK33KA3 as Type 11K carbine.) and have been used widely by LE and military units in Thailand (Where the film takes place). Also, by Thai firearm acts, it is illegal for the civilians to import or own the centrefire rifle that can be fire semi-automatically or automatically (without permission, which is, really hard to request). So the easier way may be chosen, by using the Royal Thai Army's or Royal Thai Police's rifles.
HK33A3 Rifle with newer F style Telescoping stock - 5.56x45mm. This version has the 30-round magazine sold with the HK93 Sporter Rifle. It is obviously slightly longer than the 25-round military magazine. Only the Semi Auto rifle was offered with a 30-round magazine from the factory.
Thai police holds HK33A2 with reflex dot sight
Production image of operatives with the HK33K
Operatives armed with HK33K
The rifle is seen here as the operatives take over the street.
The HK33K falls on the ground.
Opening fire with the rifle.
The HK33K is held by an officer.
Colt Carbine Custom rifle
One of Balrog's men appears to be armed with a custom Colt Carbine Variant.
A customized colt carbine variant is seen on the right.
The Walther P99 is the sidearm carried by Charlie Nash (Chris Klein). A thug also wields a Walther P99.
Walther P99 - 9x19mm. Note the ramped trigger guard, small slide serrations, closed and proprietary accessory rail, short magazine release and slightly more curved 'tail' of the pre-2004 models.
The thug in the background wields the Walther P99.
Detective Maya Sunee (Moon Bloodgood) carries a Walther P22 as her sidearm in the film.
Beretta 92FS Brigadier
Several thugs in the nightclub shootout wield the Beretta 92FS Brigadier.
Beretta 92FS Brigadier - 9x19mm
The thugs pull their pistols on Chun Li (Kristin Kreuk).
Colt Double Eagle
Balrog (Michael Clarke Duncan) uses a Colt Double Eagle, probably chambered in 9mm considering the size.
Colt Double Eagle - .45 ACP
The thug in the foreground wields the Double Eagle.
One of the thugs who confronts Chun Li (Kristin Kreuk) wields a Glock 17 during the shootout in the Insomnia nightclub.
3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
One of the thugs who confronts Chun Li (Kristin Kreuk
) wields a Glock 17
during the shootout in the Insomnia nightclub.
Balrog (Michael Clarke Duncan) uses what appears to be a fantasy type rocket launcher.