War at Home, The
The War at Home is a 1996 drama directed by Emilio Estevez and written by James Duff (the creator of The Closer). Estevez stars in the film as a young Vietnam veteran who has difficulty adjusting to civilian life and his family, including his overbearing father (portrayed by Estevez's real-life father Martin Sheen). The War at Home marked the third feature film dealing with the Vietnam War that featured in the cast a member of the Sheen family (as his father Martin Sheen starred in 1979's Apocalypse Now and brother Charlie Sheen in 1986's Platoon).
The following weapons were used in the film The War at Home:
The M60E3 machine gun is carried by US troops when Jeremy experiences flashbacks to Vietnam. This is anachronistic as the E3 Model was not introduced until the 1980's.
The M1911A1 pistol is seen in the hands of some of the soldiers in the flashback to Vietnam.
Colt MK IV Series 80
A Colt MK IV Series 80 pistol is carried by the Lieutenant (Michael Wiseman), who later gives it to Jeremy Collier (Emilio Estevez). Jeremy is then seen holding the pistol to threaten his father Bob Collier (Martin Sheen). This pistol also is anachronistic.
M26 Hand Grenade
The M26 Hand Grenade is carried by US troops in the film.