Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale, The

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The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale
대호
Daeho
Daeho poster.jpg
Movie poster
Country South Korean flag.jpg South Korea
Directed by Hoon-jung Park
Release Date 2015
Language Korean
Japanese
Studio Sanai Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Chun Man-Duk Choi Min-sik
Goo-gyeong Man-sik Jeong
Chil-goo Sang-ho Kim
Suk-yi Yoo-Bin Sung
Government Official Maezono Ren Osugi
Military Officer Ryu Seok-won Jeong
Chil-Goo's wife Mi-ran Ra
Mal-nyeon Na-ra Lee
Herbal shop owner Hong-pa Kim
Sun-yi Ji-so Jung


The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale (Korean: 대호; Daeho) is a 2015 South Korean movie.


The following weapons were used in the film The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale:

Contents


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Handguns

Nambu Type 14

Numerous Imperial Japanese Army officers carry Nambu Type 14s in holsters, but never draw them.

Late Nambu Type 14 - 8x22mm Nambu
An Imperial Japanese Army officer with the holstered handgun.
A holstered handgun is carried by military officer Ryu (Seok-won Jeong).

Nagant M1895

A Nagant M1895 appears in the hands of Imperial Japanese Army officers (a rather strange choice for the Japanese military). Most likely, a single movie prop was used.

Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. This example was dated 1939 manufacture and was a war-time issued weapon. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
Imperial Japanese Army officers with the holstered sidearms.
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An officer pulls the Nagant...
...and fires it.
The same officer raises his Nagant at the tiger.

Muskets

Charleville Musket

Chun Man-Duk (Choi Min-sik), Goo-gyeong (Man-sik Jeong), and Chil-goo (Sang-ho Kim) can be seen using Charleville Muskets while hunting.

Original Charleville Mle 1763 - .69 caliber
Chun Man-Duk's musket lies on the threshold.
Chun Man-Duk holds his musket while hunting.
The musket is aimed by Chun Man-Duk.
Chun Man-Duk and Chil-goo holds their muskets while hunting.
Chun Man-Duk about to fire his musket.
Goo-gyeong aims his musket. Chun Man-Duk carries a similar musket on a sling.
Chun Man-Duk, Goo-gyeong and Chil-goo are armed with muskets during the prologue set in 1915.
The flintlock of a musket is seen when Chun Man-Duk investigates it.

Matchlock Musket

At least two Matchlock Muskets are lying on the ground after the hunt for the tiger.

Central Asian Karamultuk ("Black Gun") Matchlock Musket
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The musket is seen on the ground. The shot is blurred, but the match is seen on the buttstock.
Another musket is seen in the background.

Toy Musket

Young Suk-yi (Kim Ye-jun) owns a toy musket during the prologue set in 1915.

Suk-yi aims the "musket".
The "musket" is seen in the hands of Suk-yi.
Suk-yi (at the left) carries his "musket" on the sling.

Shotguns

Winchester Model 1887

At least one Korean hunter is armed with an Winchester Model 1887.

Winchester 1887/1901 shotgun - 10 gauge. This is the hero gun for Paul Newman in the film The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean.
The tubular mag (pointed by the red arrow) can be seen.
A similar-looking gun is pointed by the red arrow.
The hunter grabs the gun.
The gun is pointed by the red arrow).

Rifles

Arisaka Type 38

Nearly all Imperial Japanese Army soldiers, as well as several Korean hunters, are armed with the Arisaka Type 38s.

Arisaka Type 38 rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
A Korean hunter (at the left) aims an Arisaka, while the hunter at the right aims a MAS.
An Imperial Japanese Army soldier holds the Arisaka.
Military officer Ryu takes the Arisaka from the soldier.
Suk-yi holds the Arisaka.
Suk-yi grabs his Arisaka from the snow.
Suk-yi's Arisaka lies on the ground.
Chil-goo carries Suk-yi's Arisaka on a sling.
Imperial Japanese Army soldiers fire their Arisakas at the tiger.
A good view of the Arisakas in the hands of Imperial Japanese Army soldiers.
The bayonet-equipped Arisakas are fired by the Imperial Japanese Army soldiers.
An Imperial Japanese Army soldier aims his Arisaka.
A closer view of the bolt.

Mosin-Nagant M91

Most of Korean hunters, including Goo-gyeong (Man-sik Jeong), use Mosin-Nagant M91s throughout the movie.

Full-length, Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 - 7.62x54mm R
Goo-gyeong holds his Mosin-Nagant.
A perfect view of the Mosin-Nagant bolt, when Goo-gyeong charges his rifle.
Goo-gyeong about to fire his Mosin-Nagant.
A Korean hunter fires his Mosin-Nagant.
A Korean hunter (2) aims the Mosin-Nagant, while another hunter (1) aims the Arisaka.
A Korean hunter (1) aims the Mosin-Nagant, another hunter (2) aims the Yugoslavian Mauser, and hunter (3) aims the Arisaka.
Goo-gyeong and another hunter (both 1) aim the Mosin-Nagants, while Chil-goo (2) aims a Lee-Enfield.
The mag of a Mosin-Nagant can be seen at the right.

Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III

What appears to be a Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III is seen in the hands of Chil-goo (Sang-ho Kim) and several other Korean hunters.

Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III - .303 British
The Lee-Enfield carried by a hunter.
Chil-goo holds his Lee-Enfield.
The barrel of Chil-goo's Lee-Enfield can be seen.
Chil-goo fires his Lee-Enfield
Another view of Chil-goo's Lee-Enfield. The hunter at the right aims the Mosin-Nagant.
Goo-gyeong and another hunter (both 1) aim the Mosin-Nagants, while Chil-goo (2) aims Lee-Enfield.
An injured hunter (2) holds the Lee-Enfield, while another hunter (1) holds the Arisaka.
Chil-goo puts his Lee-Enfield on the ground.
The barrel of Chil-goo's Lee-Enfield can be seen.
Chil-goo climbs on the mountain with Lee-Enfield on a sling. The Imperial Japanese Army soldiers carry Arisaka rifles.

M48 Yugoslavian Mauser

At least one Korean hunter uses an M48 Yugoslavian Mauser.

Yugoslavian M48 Mauser - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A hunter at the background holds the Yugoslavian Mauser (pointed by the red arrow). Chil-goo (far right) carries a Lee-Enfield on a sling, Goo-gyeong and other hunters are armed with Mosin-Nagants.
A hunter in the background holds a Mauser (pointed by the red arrow). The mag of a Mosin-Nagant can be seen at the right.
The barrel of a the rifle can be seen.
The same hunter aims his Yugoslavian Mauser.
The Mauser is charged by the hunter.
Korean hunter (1) aims a Mosin-Nagant, hunter (2) aims a Yugoslavian Mauser, hunter (3) aims an Arisaka.

MAS-36

A MAS-36 can be seen in the hands of a Korean hunter.

MAS-36 - 7.5x54mm French
A Korean hunter (at the left) aims an Arisaka, while the hunter at the right aims a MAS.
A better view of the same rifle.
The rifle is pointed by the red arrow.

Grenades

Type 97 hand grenade

Several Imperial Japanese Army soldiers carry Type 97 hand grenades.

Type 97 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade (minus pin)
A close-up.
Another soldier with the grenades on his belt.
A grenade is pointed by the red arrow. An officer in the background carries a holstered Nambu.


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