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Strike Back - Season 2
(2011) The US title of this season is Strike Back: Cinemax Season 1
Strike Back: Project Dawn is the sequel series to Chris Ryan's Strike Back and stars Philip Winchester and Sullivan Stapleton as two special forces soldiers who must team up to thwart the plans of a Pakistani terrorist named Latif. The series, which also goes under the title Strike Back - Season 2 or Strike Back - Cinemax Season 1 aired for ten episodes on Sky1 in the United Kingdom and Cinemax in the United States, and was filmed in South Africa and Hungary.
The following weapons were featured in Season 2 of the series Strike Back:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
The Beretta 92FS (or possibly its South African clone, the Vektor Z88) are used by Abasi Sawalha (David Dennis) and Shabbir (Zee Sulleyman) when they launch a terrorist attack on a New Delhi Hotel in episodes 1 & 2. Sergeant Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) uses a captured Beretta 92FS for much of episode 2. In episode 6, Stonebridge's Vektor SP1 turns into a Beretta due to a continuity error. Donoghue (Peter O'Meara), a KFOR officer, uses a Beretta in episodes 7 & 8.
Stonebridge holds a Beretta 92FS while guiding Iman Zubeda (Sasha Behar
) through the hotel.
Abasi Sawlha threatens Stonebridge with a Beretta 92FS.
Stonebridge fires a suppressed Beretta 92FS in episode 6.
A Beretta 92FS is seen in Donoghue's holster.
An American soldier points a Beretta 92FS at Stonebridge and the hostages in episode 7.
Latif's henchman Usmanov fires a Beretta 92FS.
Sergeant Kennedy (Matthew Leitch) uses a Beretta 92SB while aiding Scott in episode 8. In episode 9, Latif (Jimi Mistry) uses a 92SB to execute one of his colleagues. In the series finale he uses the same gun to kill a Pakistani Presidential Candidate and Colonel Grant (Amanda Mealing) "uses" one in the season finale.
Beretta Model 92SB - 9x19mm (note rounded trigger guard and flat bottom magazine).
Sergeant Kennedy (Matthew Leitch
) waves his Beretta 92SB while telling Scott not to shoot.
Latif hides a Beretta 92SB behind his back.
Latif threatens to execute the Pakistani candidate.
Highlight for Spoilers: Grant forces Latif to shoot the explosive device she has concealed in her jacket.
Stonebridge, Captain Kate Marshall (Eva Birthistle) and Damien Scott (Sullivan Stapleton) all use Glock 17 pistols in Cape Town during episode 3. A mercenary also uses a Glock in episode 5.
Glock 17 (3rd Gen) - 9x19mm
Stonebridge fires a Glock 17 in a publicity still.
Stonebridge tucks a Glock 17 into his pants.
Stonebridge advances towards a farmhouse in episode 3.
A mercenary fires a Glock 17 in episode 5.
Glock 17 (Mounted in a CAA Tactical RONI-G1)
Stonebridge wields a Glock 17 mounted in a CAA Tactical RONI-G1 with an Aimpoint sight in episode 4 when he attempts to rescue Scott and Marshall.
Glock 17 mounted in a CAA Tactical RONI-G1 - 9x19mm.
Philip Winchester holds a CAA Tactical RONI-G1 in a publicity still. Sullivan Stapleton holds a modified Norinco Type 84.
Stonebridge uses a RONI-G1 while searching an underground facility.
Stonebridge threatens Connolly with the RONI-G1.
One of Latif's accomplices uses a Walther P38 while capturing Iman Zubeda (Sasha Behar) in episode 2.
Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
Latif's accomplice shoots an unsuspecting Indian soldier with a P38.
Star Model BS/Model Super
Julian Buckley (Patrick Walton) uses a Star Model Super while being pursued by Scott in the streets of Cape Town.
Star Model BS/Model Super - 9x19mm.
Buckley fires the Star Model BS at Scott.
A close-up of the Model BS.
In a behind-the-scenes featurette, an armorer teaches the cast to shoot with a SIG Sauer P226R. Stonebridge and Scott both use older P226 pistols when rescuing an EU delegation in Kosovo during episode 7. In episode 10 Scott and Stonebridge use P226's, as do Colonel Grant (Amanda Mealing), Sergeant Julia Richmond (Michelle Lukes) and a Section 20 guard.
SIG-Sauer P226R - 9x19mm.
The armorer shows off the P226R.
A factory black (K-Kote) SIG-Sauer P226 pistol chambered in 9x19mm. This is a real movie gun and has appeared in several motion pictures.
Shell casings go flying as Stonebridge fires the P226 at Hasani's thugs.
Scott's P226 lies on his tactical vest.
Stonebridge holds a P226 during a gun battle with the Chechens.
Scott and Stonebridge point P226s at a suspect.
Stonebridge gestures towards a suspect holding a hostage in episode 10.
Cunningham's accomplice Neve (Orla O'Rourke) uses a Vektor CP1 in episode 4. Later in the episode, Section 20 commander Colonel Eleanor Grant (Amanda Mealing) uses a suppressed CP1 in Mozambique.
Neve points the Vektor CP1 at Scott.
Colonel Grant holds a suppressed CP1.
One of the suspects that Stonebridge chases in episode 3 fires a Vektor SP1. A armored truck guard (Richard Lunkuku) also uses a Vektor SP1 in the same episode. Irish terrorist David Connolly (Liam Cunningham) uses a two-tone Vektor SP1 with a compensator as his sidearm. An assassin employed by arms dealer Gerald Crawford (Iain Glen) uses one with a suppressor in episode 5 when he tries to kill Stonebridge and Major Oliver Sinclair (Rhashan Stone). Stonebridge takes the pistol and uses it during a three-way gun battle later in the episode when he attempts to rescue Crawford's daughter Claire (Laura Haddock) in return for Crawford's cooperation.
A fleeing henchman opens fire with a Vektor SP1.
The armored truck guard holds his Vektor SP1.
Connolly points his customized Vektor SP1 in episode 3.
Connolly threatens Kenneth Bratton (Alastair Petrie
) with his customized SP1 in episode 4.
Connolly fires his pistol.
The silenced Vektor SP1 lies on the ground.
Stonebridge fires the SP1 at Janjaweed militiamen.
A kidnapper in episode 7 uses a suppressed Tokarev TT-33 while taking the EU delegation hostage.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Tula Arsenal (Soviet Union) Note CCCP printing around the star on the plastic grips
A TT-33 is strapped to the kidnapper's leg holster.
The kidnapper points the suppressed TT-33 at the EU delegation's driver.
Scott uses a FEG R78 with a black frame, concealed in a human head, to escape from a prison truck in episode 8.
Scott finds a pistol and a note from a mysterious savior.
Scott prepares to fire the pistol into the cab of the truck.
Two BXPs sit in the duffle bag taken from the PMCs in episode 5.
Dual BXPs are revealed in episode 6 taken from the PMCs in episode 5.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 (With RIS)
Heckler & Koch MP5A3s with RIS and a variety attachments are used by Stonebridge, Marshall and other Section 20 commandos. Indian National Security Guard (NSG) commandos also use MP5A3s while storming the hotel in episode 2. Major Oliver Sinclair (Rhashan Stone) and Sergeant Julia Richmond (Michelle Lukes) use MP5s without any attachments while defending Section 20 headquarters from a terrorist attack in episode 10. Hungarian TEk officers in the same episode utilize MP5A3s with EOTech sights.
Heckler & Koch MP5F with Knight's Armament Company rail system - 9x19mm.
Eva Birthistle holds a MP5A3 with an ELCAN sight in a publicity still for episode 1.
Stonebridge prepares to lead his team into a building in Lahore, Pakistan.
Stonebridge chases a fleeing terrorist in episode 1.
A NSG commando attaches a breaching charge to the front door of the hotel.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with "tropical" (wide) forearm and stock extended - 9x19mm. These variants (without attachments) are used by Richmond and Sinclair when defending the Section 20 base.
A Section 20 guard holds a MP5A3.
Sgt. Richmond loads a MP5A3 when responding to the terrorist attack.
Richmond and a guard with a MP5K return fire.
Maj. Sinclair holds a MP5A3 after finishing off the last terrorist.
TEK officers point MP5A3s at one of the terrorist suspects.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
Scott uses a MP5K with a S-E-F trigger group in episode 8 while freeing kidnapped women from Kosovan warlord Fatmir Hasani. In episode 9, Stonebridge and Scott use suppressed MP5Ks with tactical lights while searching a Hungarian compound for Latif.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - version with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm.
Scott holds a MP5K in episode 8.
Stonebridge holds a suppressed MP5K, while Scott uses a suppressed MP5KA5 in episode 9.
Heckler & Koch MP5KA5
A Heckler & Koch MP5KA5 is used by Stonebridge in Vienna during episode 7, which is distinguishable by its four-position navy trigger group and the lack of sights for easy concealment. The same weapon is later used by Scott in episode 9, and also in episode 10 when he attempts to rescue a kidnapped Colonel Grant.
Heckler & Koch MP5KA1 - 9x19mm
Stonebridge pulls out a MP5KA5 after being attacked.
The MP5KA5's navy trigger group is visible as Stonebridge and Scott chase after the attackers.
Scott searches for Col. Grant in episode 10.
Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion
An attacker on a motorcycle wields a Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion in episode 7.
SA Vz. 61 Skorpion - .32 ACP
The attacker holds the Skorpion as the motorcycle he is riding on flees.
Latif's right hand man Usmanov (Ferenc Lengyel) uses a Czech Sa.24 submachine gun in episodes 9 and 10. Some of Latif's men who attack Section 20 in episode 10 also wield Sa.24s.
Czech Sa.24 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm. The 24 Model indicates a folding stock. The slide on the front handguard is a speedloader for magazines.
Usmanov fires a Sa.24 in episode 9.
A terrorist aims a Sa.24.
Teague (Brian Milligan) uses a custom pistol gripped shorty 12.5" barreled Hawk 97-1 with a 6 shot side saddle in the armored truck heist in episode 3. The shotgun appears similar to the one used during the the first series.
QiqiHar Hawk 97-1 12.5" combat shotgun - 12 Gauge.
Teague activates the breaching charge on the armored truck's doors.
Teague fires the shotgun into the armored car.
Teague holds the shotgun.
One of the armored truck guards fires an Armsel Striker at Connolly's gang during the heist.
Armsel Striker Shotgun - 12 Gauge.
The guard with the Striker is shot while trying to fight back.
Benelli M4 Super 90
Austrian prison guards hold Benelli M4 Super 90 shotguns in episode 7.
Benelli M4 Super 90 with 7-shot tube - 12 Gauge
Prison guards hold Benelli M4 Super 90s.
The terrorists standing behind a captured John Porter (Richard Armitage) in episode 1 hold AKM rifles. Several Indian soldiers are also seen with AKMs in New Delhi, as are Sudanese soldiers in episode 6. Some gunmen in Kosovo also use AK-63s (the Hungarian version of the AKM) in episodes 7 & 8, most likely because those episodes were filmed in Hungary.
Terrorists with AKMs stand behind John Porter as he is forced to read a statement.
Most of the Pakistani terrorists who attack the New Delhi hotel use the AKMS. Stonebridge and Scott also use captured AKMS rifles at various points in the series. Stonebridge's Sudanese guide Jacoub (Ahmed Salis) uses an AKMS in episode 6 while fighting Janjaweed militiamen.
A terrorist holds an AKMS rifle.
Scott scans the hotel's corridors with an AKMS.
A Janjaweed militiaman in episode 5 orders a child to beat a captive.
Stonebridge fires an AKMS in episode 6.
Jacoub fires an AKMS at the Janjaweed.
Naveed (Neet Mohan), one of the terrorists, uses a Zastava M70AB2 during the hostage situation at the New Delhi hotel.
Zastava M70AB2 folding stock rifle - 7.62x39mm (non-standard pistol grip).
Norinco Type 56
Several Janjaweed militiamen in episodes 5 and 6 wield Norinco Type 56 rifles with attached bayonets.
Norinco Type 56 - 7.62x39mm
A militiaman takes a briefcase full of ransom money from Crawford.
A militiaman fires his Type 56.
Norinco Type 56-1
Stonebridge holds a Norinco Type 56-1 while trying to comfort Claire.
Norinco Type 56-1 (under-folding stock variant) - 7.62x39mm
Stonebridge's AKMS turns into a Norinco Type 56-1 when he tries to comfort Claire.
In episode 5, Scott captures a customized Vektor R5 with a UTG quad rail mount, ERGO rail covers, an Aimpoint sight and a 3x Aimpoint magnifier. He uses the rifle for most of the gun battle with the Janjaweed militia and Crawford's mercenaries before giving it to Stonebridge, who uses it throughout episode 6. Two of the mercenaries also utilize modified R5s with bipods, scopes and other accessories in battle at the end of episode 5.
Scott discovers a customized R5 after subduing two of Crawford's mercenaries.
A profile shot of Scott's R5.
Stonebridge holds the R5 at the end of episode 5.
A mercenary aims a R5 with a rail system, scope, suppressor and 10-round magazine.
Another mercenary fires a R5 with a quad rail and an ACOG sight.
Stonebridge fires the R5 at a Janjaweed truck in episode 6.
Vektor R5 (Modified to resemble AKMS)
A number of Pakistani terrorists use the Vektor R5 rifle modified to resemble the AKMS in episodes 1 and 2. Scott and Stonebridge also use the weapons at various points in the series. Janjaweed militiamen in episodes 5 and 6 also use many modified R5s.
An armorer cocks the Vektor R5.
A terrorist holds Scott at gunpoint.
A Janjaweed militiaman holds a R5 mocked up as an AKMS.
A Janjaweed militiaman fires a R5 mocked up as an AKM.
At the beginning of episode 5, Scott uses a Vektor R6 rifle to track Crawford as he makes an arms deal in Nairobi. Janjaweed leader Tahir (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje) uses a Vektor R6 with a AK-74-style muzzle brake while holding Dr. Claire Somersby hostage in episodes 5 & 6.
Scott tracks Crawford through the sight of his R6.
Tahir shoots one of his hostages with his R6.
Tahir brandishes his modified R6 while talking to a Sudanese official.
Tahir fires his R6 into the air. The AK-74M handguard and muzzlebrake are clearly seen.
Several Section 20 commandos use the M4A1 carbine with various attachments during raids. American KFOR soldiers in episodes 7 and 8 also use M4A1s.
Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
Scott holds a M4A1 during a raid in episode 2.
A U.S. Army soldier holds a M4A1 with an ACOG sight as he guards a landing zone.
Norinco Type 84S
Neve uses a customized Norncio Type 84S during the armored truck heist in episode 3. The rifle is modified with an AK-74-style muzzle brake, picatinny rails and a reflex sight. Damien Scott is seen with one in promotional material. Tahir uses an unmodified Type 84S in episode 6, while Colonel Grant uses one with an EOTech sight when she rescues Stonebridge and Claire.
Norinco Type 84S - 5.56x45mm.
Neve holds the customized Type 84S.
Neve unloads the Type 84S into the back of the armored truck.
Tahir dives for cover while holding a Type 84S. The ribbed 5.56 magazine is characteristic of the Norinco Type 84.
Colonel Grant aims her Type 84.
SA Vz.58 V
The bodyguards of warlord Fatmir Hasani (Mel Raido) use SA Vz.58 V rifles, including one with a GP-25 grenade launcher. In episode 9, Stonebridge and Scott also acquire Vz.58 Vs from some guards and use them to battle Chechen militants.
Czech SA vz-58V (Výsadkový aka "Airborne")
with folding stock - 7.62x39mm
Hasani's bodyguard holds a SA Vz.58 V.
A bodyguard holds a SA Vz.58 V with a GP-25 grenade launcher.
Scott fires a SA Vz.58 V at advancing Chechen militants.
Stonebridge covers Scott as they retreat into an apartment building.
SA Vz.58 Tactical
Stonebridge and Scott use modernized SA Vz.58 assault rifles with tactical attachments in episode 7 while on a mission in Kosovo. They, and Georgian Special Forces troops use the same weapons in episode 9 while searching a bunker in Chechnya.
SA Vz. 58 Tactical with railed handguards and a M4-style buttstock - 7.62x39mm
Stonebridge holds a Sa Vz. 58 as he covers Scott and the hostages.
Stonebridge and Scott prepare to raid a drug lab after attaching suppressors to their weapons.
Scott aims the Sa Vz.58 while destroying the drug lab.
Georgian special forces prepare to breach a bunker in Chechnya.
Scott prepares to blast the bunker's door.
Genuine AK-47 rifles are used by most of Hasani's henchmen in episodes 7 and 8. Scott uses one during the failed hostage exchange, and Stonebridge also gets a hold of an AK-47 while fleeing Hasani in episode 8. Chechen militants in episode 9 are all armed with AK-47s.
A henchman holds an AK-47.
Scott fires a captured AK-47 as he covers the escape of the EU hostages.
A drug dealer fires an AK-47 at Scott.
Stonebridge covers Scott and the hostages with one AK-47 while another is slung on his back.
Chechens with AK-47s pursue Stonebridge and Scott.
British KFOR soldiers in episode 8 hold Enfield L85A1 rifles with SUSAT scopes while guarding a checkpoint. The rifles are distinguishable as L85A1s rather than the L85A2s used in real life due to their rounded charging handles.
L85A1 with SUSAT scope - 5.56x45mm NATO
A British officer orders the bus to stop.
As the officer radios about the retrieval of the hostages, the rounded charging handle is visible.
Arsenal AR-M4 SF
One of the terrorists who attacks Section 20 in episode 10 wields an Arsenal AR-M4 SF, as noted by the folding stock, built-in flashlight and waffle-pattern magazine.
Arsenal AR-M4SF - 5.56x45mm NATO
A dead terrorist with an AR-M4 SF lies next to Scott.
NSG sniper teams in New Delhi use FN FAL rifles to attack the terrorists in episode 2. One of Crawford's mercenaries later uses a FN FAL "G Series" in episode 5. Crawford uses an ELCAN-equipped FAL in episode 6 while surveying a Janjaweed encampment.
FN FAL 50.00 - 7.62x51mm NATO
FN FAL "G Series" - 7.62x51mm NATO
Snipers scan the hotel for targets.
Crawford's mercenary opens fire with a scoped FN FAL "G Series".
Stonebridge and Crawford survey the Janjaweed camp.
Crawford lowers his FN FAL.
Unknown Bolt-action Rifle
Stonebridge uses a sniper rifle to survey the Janjaweed encampment in episode 6, which is later given to Jacoub.
Stonebridge and Crawford survey the Janjaweed camp.
Stonebridge looks through the scope of the rifle.
An SVD Dragunov with a bipod, synthetic handguard and wooden stock is used by Stonebridge in Kosovo. One of Hasani's snipers also uses a Dragunov.
SVD Dragunov sniper rifle - 7.62x54mmR
Stonebridge examines the SVD before embarking on the hostage rescue mission.
An enemy sniper with a SVD Dragunov is taken out by Stonebridge.
Stonebridge reacts to enemy fire during a gun battle.
Stonebridge uses the SVD to cover Scott as he rescues the hostages.
Tahir and other Janjaweed militiamen drive a Toyota Land Cruiser with a mounted MG3 machine gun in episodes 5 and 6.
MG3 Machine Gun in 7.62x51mm NATO
A Janjaweed militiaman prepares to fire the MG3.
Tahir and the Janjaweed in hot pursuit of Stonebridge and Scott.
Another Janjaweed truck has a mounted Browning M2HB.
Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG
A mounted M2HB is seen during the gun battle, but is never used.
Scott steals a FN Minimi machine gun from Hasani's armory in episode 8, using it to destroy Hasani's base. A Georgian soldier aboard a helicopter also uses a Minimi in episode 9 to provide covering fire for Stonebridge and Scott as they flee from Chechen militants.
M249 (first pattern U.S. adopted variant of the original FN Minimi) - 5.56x45mm. The only noticeable change from the Belgian Minimi is the rear sight design and cut outs in the buttstock. Other minor changes would result in the M249-E1 and the M249-E2.
The FN Minimi, as seen in a publicity still for episode 8.
Scott spots the Minimi in Hasani's armory.
Scott prepares to fire the Minimi.
The Minimi is fired at Hasani's henchmen as they flee.
FN Minimi Para
A British soldier in episode 8 uses a FN Minimi Paratrooper while guarding a KFOR checkpoint.
M249 Paratrooper - a real blank adapted movie gun with bipod folded and a picatinny rail on the top of the feed tray cover - 5.56x45mm
A British soldier takes aim with a Minimi Para as the bus with the hostages approaches a KFOR checkpoint.
A closer shot of the FN Minimi Para reveals it has an Aimpoint sight and a Grippod.
M84 Stun Grenade
Connolly uses M84 stun grenades to cover his escape in episode 4.
A M84 stun grenade is tossed by Connolly.
M67 Hand Grenade
A woman causes a diversion at the Janjaweed camp by detonating a M67 Hand Grenade in episode 6. Later, Najim (Siyabonga Xaba) throws M67 grenades to destroy a Sudanese government checkpoint.
M67 fragmentation grenade
Najim grabs a M67 grenade.