Lost World: Jurassic Park, The

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The Lost World: Jurassic Park
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Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Steven Spielberg
Release Date 1997
Studio Universal Pictures
Distributor Universal Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Dr. Ian Malcolm Jeff Goldblum
Dr. Sarah Harding Julianne Moore
Nick Van Owen Vince Vaughn
Eddie Carr Richard Schiff
Peter Ludlow Arliss Howard
Roland Tembo Pete Postlethwaite
Kelly Malcolm Vanessa Lee Chester
Dieter Stark Peter Stormare
Dr. John Hammond Richard Attenborough
Ajay Sidhu Harvey Jason


The Lost World: Jurassic Park is a 1997 sci-fi adventure film directed by Steven Spielberg and the first sequel to Jurassic Park. Jeff Goldblum reprises his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm, who travels to Isla Sorna (an island that was the original birthplace of InGen's dinosaurs) to rescue his paleontologist girlfriend Sarah Harding (Julianne Moore) who were part of a team sent by John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) to document the island's dinosaurs. However, Hammond's nephew, now in charge of InGen, has led a team of hunters to capture the dinosaurs in preparation to create a zoological amphitheater in San Diego. The film, which was adapted from author Michael Crichton's sequel novel of the same name, co-stars Vince Vaughn, Richard Schiff, Pete Postlethwaite, Arliss Howard, and Harvey Jason.


The following weapons were used in the film The Lost World: Jurassic Park:

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Rifles

LAR Grizzly Big Boar (Modified)

Roland Tembo (Pete Postlethwaite) is seen in the film using a single-shot LAR Grizzly Big Boar, made out to be a tranquilizer gun. Sarah Harding (Julianne Moore) is later seen using the same weapon to shoot the T. rex while in San Diego. Some of the hunters are also seen using LAR Grizzlies, mocked up as the original "Lindstradt" from Michael Crichton's novel The Lost World, outfitted with twin CO2-tanks.

LAR Grizzly Big Boar - .50 BMG
An InGen hunter fires an LAR Grizzly Big Boar mocked up as the original heavy "Lindstradt" counterpart from the novel The Lost World. This specimen also has a noticeable pintle-mount for when it is mounted to the Hummer.
Roland loads a tranquilizer dart into the modified LAR Grizzly.
Roland takes aim at a T. rex with the LAR Grizzly.
Roland reloads the LAR Grizzly as the T. rex approaches.
Sarah readies a modified LAR Grizzly. Note the large gas tank, made out to be the main firing source of the rifle.
Sarah (Julianne Moore) fires the LAR Grizzly at the T. rex.

"Lindstradt Air Rifle" (Anschutz 1913 Super Match)

Eddie Carr (Richard Schiff) is seen using a bolt-action air rifle with the name "Lindstradt" clearly shown on the side. It features a thread-on barrel and is fitted with a Bushnell HOLOsight 400 for the sighting system. Even though the layout is similar to the Dan Inject Model IM, it's based mostly on the Anschutz 1913 Super Match target rifle. It is the weapon of choice for Eddie but he never fires it. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) is also seen holding this gun in some scenes. In the movie, Eddie states it fires "subsonic Fluger impact-delivery darts" which, also according to Eddie, are "filled with the venom of the Conus purpurascens (South Sea Cone Shell) - the most powerful neurotoxin in the world." He adds the rather strange claim that it kills within one two-thousandth of a second, faster than nerve conduction velocity, so the target dies before it even feels the impact of the dart. While in reality the lethal effect of some conotoxins is nearly instantaneous, the toxin would actually have to travel through the animal's body to the nervous system after being injected before it did anything, which would be distinctly slower than claimed. It should be noted his line was taken verbatim from The Lost World novel by Michael Crichton.

Anschutz 1913 Super Match target rifle - 22 LR
Eddie (Richard Schiff) with the Lindstradt rifle.
Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) with the Lindstradt rifle. Note the Anschutz 1913 Super Match stock.
Eddie readies the Lindstradt rifle when a group of Stegosaurus approach Sarah (Julianne Moore). It is fitted with an optical sight, which appears to be a Bushnell HOLOsight 400; while it may seem strange to fit a rifle with a close-range sight, the weapon is only being used for personal defense and so does not need any kind of long-range optics.
Eddie attempts to pull up the Lindstradt to use on the Tyrannosaur pair, but the front blade sight gets stuck in the camouflage netting, resulting in his demise.
Nice closeup of the Bushnell HOLOsight in a production still.

Searcy Double Barrel Rifle

Roland Tembo (Pete Postlethwaite) keeps a .600 Nitro Express double barreled rifle, a large caliber rifle popularized in the early 1900's by ivory hunters (Holland & Holland being one of the more well-known makers of such weapons). These rifles are often referred to simply as a "double," referencing the two barrels per single rifle. Double rifles are the favored rifle for African professional hunters as the two barrels allow for a quick follow-up shot on animals without having to reload.

The weapon seen in this film was manufactured by B. Searcy & Co. of Boron, CA. Two rifles were made for the production of this movie. Steven Spielberg is said to own one of them himself. The location of the other is unknown. Both rifles made for the movie are real and fully functional. As with all double rifles, the intense amount of time and labor to make them dictates a price tag of several tens-of-thousands of dollars. A plastic model was made as well for stand-ins when the real rifle, which is heavy, was not necessary.

Searcy Deluxe Double Barrel Hammerless Rifle in .600 Nitro Express. This is a box-lock model, Roland uses the more expensive side-lock model in the movie.
Roland (Pete Postlethwaite) assembles his Searcy .600 Nitro double rifle.
Roland's Searcy double rifle rests against a tree. His neglect to keep it close leads to Nick Owen (Vince Vaughn) pulling the bullets, leaving empty, useless shells.
Roland aims for the Tyrannosaur's brain. When Roland pulls the triggers, a click sound effect is heard. In reality, even though Nick pulled the bullets, the primers would still make a snap when fired, as opposed to empty clicks.

Heckler & Koch HK91A2

Dieter Stark (Peter Stormare) carries a Heckler & Koch HK91A2 with a Surefire 660 entry light and telescopic sight attached but is never actually used. Some of the other hunters are also seen using HK91A2 rifles, appearing to be the team's primary weapon. A San Diego Police sniper also uses an HK91A2.

Heckler & Koch HK91A2 - 7.62x51mm NATO
Dieter gets up with his HK91A2 in hand.
Dieter with the HK91A2.
Dieter (Peter Stormare) points his HK91A2 at a Compsognathus.
Dieter's HK91A2 gets stuck on a plant as he falls down an embankment. Naturally, it appears to be a rubber prop.
A fleeing hunter carrying his HK91A2.
A SDPD SWAT sniper with an HK91A2. The rifle does not appear to have any form of optics mounted (highly irregular for a sniper). It should be noted it is probably standing for the Heckler & Koch SR9(T).
Production still of Dieter with his HK91A2.

Winchester Model 70

Ajay Sidhu (Harvey Jason) carries a Winchester Model 70 rifle as his weapon of choice through out the film, but never fires it.

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 fitted with a variable power scope - .30-06 Springfield
Ajay approaches the Tyrannosaur nest with a Winchester Model 70 in-hand.
Ajay (Harvey Jason) with the Winchester Model 70.
Production still of Ajay with his Winchester Model 70.

Sako M995 TRG-S

Carter (Thomas Rosales Jr.) and some of the hunters carry Sako M995 TRG-S rifles.

Sako M995 TRG-S - .300 Win Mag
A hunter carries a Sako M995 TRG-S.
A better angle of the rifle.
Carter's (Thomas Rosales Jr.) Sako M995 TRG-S is seen by his side.

AKMS

One of the hunters is seen firing an AKMS variant while being chased by the T. rex. It appears to have the early East German "Crutch" folding stock.

Egyptian Maadi AKMS with early East German "crutch" stock - 7.62x39mm
A hunter fires his AKMS at the pursuing Tyrannosaur. The gun seems to have the straight early East German "Crutch" folding "T" stock.
A view of the AKMS' forend.
The hunter fires his AKMS shortly before Carter is stepped on.

M16A2

One of the hunters in the T. rex chase is seen carrying an M16A2.

Colt M16A2 - 5.56x45mm
The hunter on the left is carrying an M16A2.
The hunter carries his M16A2. The front sight is more visible here.

Unknown Rifles

Some of the hunters during the trek are seen carrying unknown rifles.

The hunter in front of Burke is carrying an unknown rifle.

Shotguns

Franchi SPAS-12

Some of the hunters are armed with Franchi SPAS-12s, also fitted with the Surefire 660 flashlight. The SPAS-12 is also seen in the hands of an InGen worker who is examining the male T. rex's cage as the animal is being prepared for transport.

Franchi SPAS-12 - 12 gauge
A hunter (stuntman Chad Randall) rests with his SPAS-12 beside him. Note that it`s fitted with a Surefire 660, attached to the front of the foregrip.
The hunter attempts to get Carter's attention while carrying his SPAS-12.
The hunter next to Roland is seen with a SPAS-12 laying across his lap.
The hunter in the black hat and light blue shirt is carrying a rubber stunt SPAS-12, with a fixed "folding stock". The hunter in the foreground also appears to carry a SPAS-12.
A hunter runs into the long grass with his SPAS-12.
The InGen worker surveys the Tyrannosaur while carrying his SPAS-12.

Handguns

M1911A1

InGen guards stationed at Jurassic Park: San Diego are armed with M1911A1 pistols.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 - Commercial Model known as the "Colt Government Model" - .45 ACP
Guards aim their M1911A1 pistols at Ian and Sarah in his Pontiac LeMans Convertible.

Unknown Revolver

When the hunters flee into the long grass, one of them is seen brandishing a revolver. All shots of the revolver are too obscured to make a positive ID.

A hunter (stuntman Todd Bryant) is seen wielding a revolver.

Less-Than-Lethal

Dan Inject Model JM

Some of the hunters are seen using these Danish-made, CO2 powered Dan Inject Model JM rifles.

Dan Inject Model JM Standard
Dieter Stark (Peter Stormare) armed with the Dan Inject Model JM rifle. Factory Bushnell scope installed.
Dieter directs the hunters with a Dan Inject Model JM tranquilizer rifle in hand.
The hunter in the middle is seen carrying a Dan Inject Model JM.
A hunter with a Dan Inject Model JM rushes past Ajay.

Dan Inject Model IM

A genuine Dan Inject Model IM, which is the high end of the series, can be briefly seen carried by one of the hunters.

Dan Inject Model IM
A hunter carrying a Dan Inject Model IM. While not entirely visible in this shot, the CO2-cartridge is mounted under the barrel.
The hunter on the left in the background is carrying a Dan Inject Model IM. Note the pressure gauge, but lack of CO2-cartridge.

CODA Net Gun

One of the hunters is seen carrying a CODA net gun when a Parasaurolophus is being captured.

CODA Net Gun
A hunter (seen under the tail) is carrying a CODA Net Gun.

See Also

Jurassic Park Franchise
Film Jurassic Park (1993)  •  The Lost World (1997)  •  Jurassic Park III (2001)  •  Jurassic World (2015)  •  Fallen Kingdom (2018)
Video Games Jurassic Park: Trespasser (1998)  •  Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis (2003)  •  Jurassic Park: The Game (2011)  •  Jurassic World: Evolution (2018)



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