Under Siege 2: Dark Territory
Under Siege 2: Dark Territory is the 1995 sequel to Under Siege. Steven Seagal returns as Casey Ryback, the former Navy SEAL turned cook who finds himself along with his niece (Katherine Heigl) trapped on a train that has been taken over by terrorists intent on holding the world hostage by using a secretly armed spy satellite.
The following weapons were used in the film Under Siege 2: Dark Territory:
The sidearm Casey Ryback (Steven Seagal) carries throughout the movie, which he conveniently decided to take along with him on the train, is an original Colt M1911. A few of the mercenaries also carry 1911s as sidearms.
Original Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
Casey Ryback takes out and then checks his Colt M1911.
Ryback tries to hook up his PDA to the train's payphone with his 1911 in hand.
Note the grip and hammer shape of his pistol, which differentiate the 1911 from the 1911A1.
Another shot of Ryback with his 1911 at the ready.
Ryback sets his 1911 down on a dinner table in the dining car when he fights Penn.
Most of the mercenaries carry Glock 19s as their sidearms. After killing the mercenary "Herb", Casey Ryback takes a Glock 19 off him and gives it to Bobby Zachs (Morris Chestnut) to use as a sidearm. However, he incorrectly tells Zachs that (A.) the weapon is a .45, and (B.) to take the safety off before firing. The Glock 19 is a 9mm pistol, and it has no external safety to remove before firing.
NOTE: A previous editor suggested the weapon might be a Glock 30. This is incorrect; the pistol used in the movie clearly has a compact frame, whereas the Glock 30 is a sub-compact. The Glock 30 was also not around when the movie was made.
Glock 19 (1st Generation) - 9x19mm
Ryback shows Zachs how to use a Glock 19 captured from a mercenary.
Zachs hiding with his Glock 19 in hand.
Zachs' Glock 19 falls to the floor of the helicopter when he fights the female mercenary.
Jericho 941 R
A two-tone Jericho 941 R ("Baby Eagle") (with a black slide and stainless frame) is carried by Marcus Penn (Everett McGill), the leader of the mercenaries.
Two-tone Jericho 941 R "Baby Eagle" - 9x19mm
Penn kills one of his own men with his two-tone Jericho 941 R.
An extreme close-up of the Jericho's bore.
Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW
Almost all of the mercenaries carry Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDWs as their weapons of choice. Some have the "Navy" lower receiver, others have the older-style SEF lower (the factory MP5K-PDW only came with the Navy lower), so the latter are mock-ups. Casey Ryback also uses an MP5K-PDW (with two magazines taped together) in one scene.
Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW - 9mm
The two "captains" are detained by mercenaries with H&K MP5K-PDWs.
One of the mercenaries, Scotty (Jonathan Banks
) passes a fully loaded MP5K-PDW to one of the mercs firing at Ryback on the roof, after the previous gun he was using empties.
Ryback steals the same MP5K-PDW seen above and fires it (notice the two magazines taped crudely together).
One of the mercenaries points his MP5K-PDW at Ryback after rappelling down the face of a cliff.
A mercenary with an MP5K-PDW gets distracted.
Another mercenary firing his MP5K-PDW. Note that, despite being a "million-dollar mercenary", he hasn't yet figured out the wonders of the MP5K's forward vertical grip or of not closing his eyes when shooting!
Heckler & Koch MP5A5
A few of the mercenaries also carry Heckler & Koch MP5A5 submachine guns. Near the climax, Casey Ryback briefly uses one of these weapons.
Heckler and Koch MP5A5 9mm
A mercenary with an H&K MP5A5. Note that this one is obviously a rubber stunt version (the front sight is filled in).
Mercenaries guarding the locomotive; the one in the center has an MP5A5.
The mercenary with the MP5A5 fires at Ryback.
Another shot of the mercenary with the MP5A5 as he and Ryback exchange gunfire.
Ryback grabs an MP5A5 from a slain mercenary in the climax.
A Beretta PM12S is used by one of the mercenaries (played by Peter Greene).
The mercenary with the Beretta PM12S fires his weapon.
The mercenary with his PM12S.
The PM12S-toting mercenary speaks to Penn via walkie.
Bobby Zachs is confronted by the mercenary with the PM12S.
Several of the mercenaries are armed with stockless MAC-11 machine pistols carried on custom leather shoulder rigs, which are only seen very briefly at any point in the movie.
One of the mercenaries working on the satellite set up with a MAC-11 slung as his side (circled in red).
Ryback shoots one of the mercenaries in the chest with a flare gun; the MAC-11 is visible in this shot.
Another of the mercenaries gets set on fire; his MAC-11 (circled in red) is visible slung at his side.
Heckler & Koch SR9(T)
A Heckler & Koch SR9(T) rifle is used by the female mercenary Fatima (Afifi Alaouie) to wound Casey Ryback from afar.
Heckler & Koch SR9(T) 7.62x51mm NATO
The female mercenary Fatima climbs atop the dining car with her H&K SR9(T) ready.
She prepares to pull the trigger.
A close-up of the SR9(T)'s barrel as it's fired. Note the shape of the front of the handguard which is unique to the SR9 series of rifles.
M67 hand grenade
Near the climax, Marcus Penn gives Sarah Ryback (Katherine Heigl) an M67 hand grenade to hold onto. Like nearly all movies, this is actually a visually modified M69 training version of the M67. The fact that it's painted olive green is a strong clue.
M69 training grenade - an inert version of the M67 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade. The real live version has a more brownish color and has painted factory markings on the body.
Penn pulls the pin out of an M67 grenade.
Sarah holds the M67 grenade nervously.