Toy Soldiers

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The following weapons were used in the film Toy Soldiers:

Toy Soldiers (1991)

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SKS

The film opens with a Colombian soldier in a personnel truck seen armed with an SKS rifle in the Columbia shootout.

SKS with blade bayonet - 7.62x39mm.
A soldiers in the personnel carrier with his SKS Rifle (no bayonet attached).

Heckler & Koch G3

A soldier is seen briefly with a Heckler & Koch G3 rifle, or what could be an Heckler & Koch HK91 rifle, but it is never seen close enough.

Heckler & Koch G3A3 7.62x51mm NATO
A Colombian soldier takes cover behind a truck with his Heckler & Koch G3

Steyr AUG

A Col├Ámbian soldier is seen very briefly with a Steyr AUG assault rifle.

Steyr AUG - 5.56x45mm.
A blurry shot of a Colombian soldier with his AUG.

Browning M1919A4

Seen briefly mounted on a Colombian jeep is a Browning M1919A4 machine gun.

Browning M1919 M37 vehicle mounted gun - .30-06.
A Browning .30 cal mounted on a Colombian jeep.

RPD

A Colombian soldier is seen briefly using an RPD Light Machine Gun.

RPD Light Machine Gun - 7.62x39mm.
A Soldier with his RPD.

Beretta AR-70

A Colombian soldier is seen briefly with an Beretta AR-70/223 carbine.

Beretta AR-70/.223. - 5.56x45mm NATO
A soldier with his AR-70 - 5.56mm

M16A1

Colombian soldiers can be seen with M16A1 rifles.

M16A1 - 5.56x45mm.
A Colombian soldier aims his M16A1.
A soldiers aims his M16A1 as Luis' helicopter takes off.

Mossberg 500

A King's County Sheriff's deputy is seen pulling a Mossberg 500 shotgun from his police car when they first arrive on the school grounds.

Mossberg 500 - 12 gauge.
An officer takes a Mossberg 500 from his car.

Colt Python

Campus guards, King's County Sheriff officers, as well as U.S. Border Patrol officers all use Colt Python .357 revolvers.

Colt Python - .357 magnum.
A campus guard with his Colt Python holstered.
A Border Patrol officer with his Colt Python.
The King's county sheriff talks to Dean Edward Parker (Louis Gossett Jr.) with his Colt Python holstered.
A sheriff's deputy watches the terrorists guard post with his Colt Python in hand.

Beretta 92SB

Jack Thorpe (Michael Champion), the American terrorist, uses a Beretta 92SB as his sidearm, as noted by its rounded trigger guard. When Thorpe shows the Beretta to the guard when they first arrive at the school, it has a silencer mounted. An army infiltrator uses a Beretta 92SB at the end of the film to deliver the fatal shot to Luis.

Beretta 92SB 9x19mm.
"We don't want to hurt anybody.." Thorpe reveals his Beretta 92SB (with silencer mounted) to the guard.
Thorpe shoots the guard with the silenced Beretta.
Thorpe prepares to shoot the headmaster, Dr. Robert Gould (Denholm Elliott), with his Beretta 92SB before Billy runs in, late for the headcount.
Thorpe points his 92SB at Billy when he runs in.
An infiltration soldier shoots Luis in the head with his Beretta 92SB.

Glock 19

Luis Cali (Andrew Divoff) uses a Glock 19 pistol as his weapon of choice.

Glock 19 2nd generation - 9x19mm.
Luis uses his Glock 19 as a gavel in the opening sequence.
Luis executes the chemistry teacher with his Glock 19.
Luis uses Billy Tepper (Sean Astin) as a shield, Glock 19 in hand.
Luis prepares to yank the bomb wires with his Glock 19 in hand.

Norinco Type 56-1

One of the terrorists uses a Norinco Type 56-1, as noted by its hooded front sight and under-folding stock. It is fitted with an AKM-style muzzle brake, making it similar to the gun used in Heat, meaning it was a semi-auto Chinese import, converted to full-auto fire for the film and fitted with the slanted muzzle by the gun's importer.

Norinco Type 56-1 - 7.62x39mm.
The terrorist catches a student calling 911, and blasts the phones to pieces with his Type 56-1.
A terrorist carrying a Norinco Type 56-1 slung on his back, giving a good view of the hooded sights and the slanted muzzle.

Poly Tech Legend AKS-47

The terrorist who commonly partners up with the other man with the 56-1 uses what appears to be a Poly Tech Legend AKS-47, a model most closely resembling a genuine AKS-47.

Poly Tech AKS-47 7.62x39mm
A terrorist sets up explosives with his Poly Tech Legend AKS-47 in hand.
The two AK men search rooms, the Poly Tech Legend AKS-47 circled in red.
The guard on the roof with his Poly Tech Legend AKS-47.

Browning M2HB

The belltower guards set up a .50 caliber M2HB machine gun to watch the front gate. M2HBs are also seen set-up at other parts of the school.

Browning M2HB - .50 BMG.
The belltower guards set up the .50 cal.
They load the .50 cal. The goof present is the rounds are clearly dummies, as the primers are fired.
The belltower guards shoot the police car with the .50 caliber.

M72 LAW

The belltower guards use an M72 LAW anti-tank launcher to blow up the police car. Thorpe tries to use one on the infiltration Black Hawk helicopters, but is shot to pieces by an M230 Chain-Gun from one of the Apache gunships providing cover for the Black Hawks.

M72 LAW 66mm
The belltower guard takes out the police car with the LAW. Note how it is filled with ignition powder for the fake "firing" effect.
Thorpe prepares a LAW rocket launcher before being killed. Obviously he wasn't going to fire it since it was loaded with a mock rocket.

Heckler & Koch SP89

The terrorists overrunning the school are armed mainly with Heckler & Koch SP89's mocked up as Heckler & Koch MP5K submachine guns. Army Infiltration members use them as well. Billy Tepper (Sean Astin) steals one from a terrorist when the Army infiltrates the school and tries to ambush Luis Cali with it, but is thwarted.

Heckler & Koch SP89 9x19mm mocked up as a Heckler & Koch MP5K
A terrorist shows the students a picture of Donoghue (a student who they were looking for), with an SP89 in hand.
The belltower guard puts down his SP89 to eat the food Billy gives them.
Dean Parker speaks to the Infiltration leader, who has an SP89 slung on his back.
Billy Tepper (Sean Astin) with the SP89.

Uzi Carbine

One of the terrorists is seen multiple times using an Uzi Carbine, the civilian version of the Uzi, fitted with a 16-inch barrel with a barrel shroud. It seems the armorers converted it to full-auto fire for the film. It is most notably used when Joey Trotta (Wil Wheaton) knocks out a terrorist and attempts to kill another with the the Uzi, failing as the muzzle rise, very inaccurately depicted, raises his fire to the sky, and he is gunned down by the terrorist's SP89.

Uzi Carbine 9x19mm.
A terrorist sends the students back to their rooms, Uzi Carbine in hand.
A terrorist watches the students with the Uzi Carbine.
Joey with the Uzi Carbine. Joey proves to be less efficient with a machine gun as his mobster father, and is gunned down.
The Uzi Carbine lays unused with some extra mags for both the Uzi and the Heckler & Koch SP89.

Ruger Mini-14

Thorpe uses an Ruger Mini-14 with a synthetic stock and scope to kill the U.S. Border Patrol officers.

Ruger Mini-14 - 5.56x45mm.
Thorpe sneaks around from the back of the truck with his Mini-14.
Thorpe fires his Mini-14.

Colt Carbine Variants

All rifles pictured are civilian CAR-15 variants in an A1 configuration. They have 16 inch lightweight barrels with slip-over fake XM177 moderators.

Colt Commando CAR-15 - 5.56x45mm.
A U.S. Army soldier in ghillie with a Colt Commando, as noted by the forward assist.
Infiltration soldiers fire their Commandos.
Another infiltrator fires a Colt Commando, as evident by the lack of a forward assist and mag release fencing.

AMAC-1500 Sniper Rifle

The infiltration unit has two snipers armed with what looks like Iver Johnson AMAC-1500 sniper rifles. They have heavy muzzle brakes and fluted barrels. One appears to be an older spec than the other based on the different muzzle brakes.

AMAC-1500 .50 BMG
Two infiltration snipers take out the roof guards with Iver Johnson AMAC-1500s.

M67 Hand Grenade

One of the roof guards is still partially alive after being shot by the snipers, his last act being to drop an M67 hand grenade down on the infiltration unit and kill all but the leader, who is wounded in the leg.

M67 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade.
The roof guard drops the M67 grenade on top of the infiltration unit.

M60D Machine Gun

The UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter dropping the infiltration members into the school has two door-mounted M60D machine guns.

M60D machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
Two M60D machine guns are seen mounted on the infiltration Blackhawk.
The door gunner fires his M60D machine gun at terrorists on the ground.

M230 Chain-Gun

M230 30mm Chain-Guns are mounted on Apache gunships providing cover for the infiltrator Black Hawks during the assault on the school. One of the Apaches fires it's M230 at Thorpe (Michael Champion) before he can fire a M72 LAW rocket.

Hughes/Alliant Techsystems M230 30mm Chain Gun

Browning Hi-Power

The wounded infiltration unit leader gives Dean Edward Parker (Louis Gossett Jr.) his Browning Hi-Power sidearm when he cannot go into the building. Parker smashes through a window, alerting Luis who is holding Billy hostage. He turns around and shoots Parker in the arm, but leaves himself undefended, and is shot in turn by a member of the infiltration team.

Browning Hi-Power Mk. III - 9x19mm.
The infiltration leader hands Parker his Browning Hi-Power.
Parker smashed through the window with the Hi-Power in hand.

Notes

  1. Colombian soldiers, are not allowed to wear moustaches or any facial hair.
  2. The Colombian Ministry of Defense has never purchased: SKS rifles, Steyr AUG rifles, RPD light machine guns, or the Beretta AR-70/223.


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