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The following weapons were used in the film Year of the Dragon:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Magnum Research Desert Eagle Mark I
When Ronnie Chang (Joey Chin) fails to strangle Stanley White in his home. Stanley White (Mickey Rourke) grabs a Desert Eagle Mark I .357 out of his living room cabinet and uses it when Ronnie tries to flee. Stanley uses it again in his final shootout with Joey Tai (John Lone). This is the first use of the Desert Eagle in a film.
Magnum Research Desert Eagle Mark I - .357 Magnum.
Stanley fires his Desert Eagle at Ronnie as he tries to flee.
Stanley threatens Joey to find out where the heroin is.
Stanley holds his Desert Eagle on Joey.
Highlight for Spoilers: Joey Tai (John Lone) ask Stanley for his gun.
Colt Detective Special
The main sidearm of Capt. Stanley White (Mickey Rourke) is a Colt Detective Special. He uses it through most of the film and is carried in a shoulder holster.
Colt Detective Special 1st Generation - .38spl.
Stanley fires his Colt at the Pei Brothers.
Stanley fires his Colt while the Pei Brothers flee. While his eyes are mostly covered up. The gun sight is at eye level.
Stanley fires his Colt at Red Hair (Doreen Chan
) and Aileen.
After refusing to pay protection and insulting him, Lenny Carranza (Tony Lip) is killed by Ronnie Chang (Joey Chin) with a Beretta Cheetah.
Beretta 84B (earlier version with round trigger guard) .380 ACP
Ronnie draw his Cheetah on Lenny Carranza.
Ronnie fires his Cheetah.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
New recruits along with Herbert Kwong (Dennis Dun) are seen qualifying with the Smith & Wesson Model 10.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 - .38spl.
Recruit qualifying with the Smith & Wesson Model 10.
Another qualifying with the Smith & Wesson Model 10.
Highlight for Spoilers: Herbert is not a very good shot. Not enough trigger time. Stanley White (Rourke) is told by his superiors that Herbert doesn't have enough training. But Stanley needed someone undercover ASAP, so Herbert did with minimal training which may have cost him his life.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Heavy Barrel
One of the new recruits is seen qualifying with a Smith & Wesson Model 10 Heavy Barrel.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Heavy Barrel - .38spl.
New recruit with a Model 10HB.
A new gang member is forced to shoot the Pei Brothers with a Browning Hi-Power fitted with a suppressor.
Gang member with the Hi-Power.
The Hi-Power aimed on one of the Pei Brothers.
An M1911A1 is used by a gang member.
WW2 Era Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
The gang member aims the 1911.
The gang member fires the 1911.
Highlight for Spoilers: As retribution for the death of Herbert Kwong (Dennis Dun), Stanley White finds Joey Tai (John Lone) in a nightclub, where he takes him to a bathroom stall and beats him. Red Hair (Doreen Chan) and Aileen (?) draw Walther PPK's on Stanley and his partner Angelo Rizzo (Leonard Termo). Joey Tai (John Lone) uses what appears to be a gold plated PPK in the final shootout with Stanley White.
Red Hair aims her PPK on Stanley.
Red Hair fires her PPK. Which grazes Stanley's neck.
Aileen fires her PPK, which wounds Rizzo in the stomach.
Red Hair lying on the street with her PPK. Note that the slide is locked back.
Best view of the PPK. Slide is forward.
Joey Tai (John Lone
) with his gold plated PPK.
Smith & Wesson Model 27
Gen. Ban Sung (Yukio Yamamoto) gives a Smith & Wesson Model 27 to Joey Tai (John Lone) to shoot the old General for talking to the Americans.
Smith & Wesson Model 27 - .357 Magnum.
Gen. Ban Sung hands off the S&W 27.
Joey Tai aims the S&W 27 on the old General. Notice how the soldier on the right gets out of the would be bullet path.
When Angleo Rizzo (Leonard Termo) is shot by Aileen with her PPK, Rizzo's revolver is seen holstered.
The Pei Brothers (Sammy Lee) & (Kennan Leung) shoot up Harry Yung's restaurant armed with IMI Uzi's. Killing a great number of innocent bystanders.
One of the Pei Brothers reloading. Note the spare magazine is clipped with a bracket at a right angle to the other. This configuration, originally conceived of by Israeli Special Forces soldiers, not only facilitates a rapid magazine change, but adds a small amount of additional weight facing forward, helping to control muzzle rise. When the first magazine is empty and the full one is flipped upward and into the magazine well, the empty magazine extends backward, parallel to the arm and out of the way.
IMI Micro Uzi
After a failed attempt to assassinate Stanley White, Ronnie Chang (Joey Chin) draws a Micro Uzi before trying to flee.
IMI Micro Uzi w/ folding stock - 9mm.
Ronnie fires a Micro Uzi at Stanley. Using the folding stock as a fore-grip.
Better view of the Micro Uzi, while Ronnie tries to flee.
Winchester Model 1897
After hearing gunshots down the street from Stanley's house. Louis Bukowski (Raymond J. Barry) carries a Winchester Model 1897 when trying to find out what's going on.
Winchester Model 1897 - 12 Gauge.
Louis Bukowski with his Model 1897.
When Joey Tai goes to Thailand, most of Gen. Ban Sung (Yukio Yamamoto) soldiers are armed with M16A1's.
M16A1 with 30-round magazine - 5.56x45mm.
Soldiers on the left with M16A1's.
A soldier on horseback is seen with a SKS, while escorting Joey Tai to the General.
Russian Simonov Type 45 aka the Russian SKS rifle - 7.62x39mm.
Soldier behind Joey with a SKS.
Heckler & Koch HK33A3
A few of the Generals soldiers are armed with Heckler & Koch HK33A3.
Heckler & Koch HK33A3 - 5.56x45mm.
Soldiers in the center with their HK33A3's
Close up shot of the HK33A3.
Gen. Ban Sung (Yamamoto) handles a Type 56-1 while discussing kilo prices with Joey Tai. Gen. Ban Sung calls the Kalashnikov the best rifle ever made, despite most of his men being armed with M16A1's. One soldier is seen with a milled receiver Type 56-1 when Joey Tai is given a S&W 27 to shoot the old General (Harry Yip).
Norinco Type 56-1 - 5.56x45mm.
Gen. Ban Sung with a Type 56-1.
Gen. Ban Sung :
A Kalashnikov! Best rifle ever made. The Russians used to give them to us to fight the Burmese. But now it's harder to get. They want dollars. Everybody wants dollars.
Seen right, note milled receiver above magazine, as opposed to stamped receiver.