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Snake Eater III: His Law
Snake Eater III: His Law is a 1992 direct-to-video action movie directed by George Erschbamer and starring Lorenzo Lamas as "Soldier" Jack Kelly. It is a sequel to Snake Eater (1989) and Snake Eater II: The Drug Buster (1989).
The following weapons are seen in the movie Snake Eater III: His Law:
Smith & Wesson Model 60
In the opening scene the robber (Teddy Lee Dillon) uses snub-nose stainless steel Smith & Wesson Model 60.
Smith & Wesson Model 28
In the opening scene Jack Kelly (Lorenzo Lamas) appears with his service revolver that looks like Smith & Wesson Model 28.
Cowboy's (Minor Mustain) weapon of choice is stainless steel Ruger Redhawk Hunter variant with a 7.5" barrel.
Jack Kelly (Lorenzo Lamas) uses Beretta 92F pistol when bikers attacked him and his girlfriend at night. Later the pistol can be seen better when Kelly prepares for the final battle.
After the night attack on the motel Kelly's pistol somehow turned from Beretta 92F to some version of M1911.
Several pistols in the movie cannot be identified because they are seen too briefly or only in small part.
During the final firefight Turk (Chip Chuipka) is armed with Cobray M11/9 SMG.
Several of the bikers are armed with Uzi SMGs. Kelly (Lorenzo Lamas) uses a captured one during the final firefight.
Carl Gustav M/45
A SMG is used by one of the bikers during the attack on motel. It is seen in darkness and cannot be identified with sure but most likely it is Carl Gustav M/45. It is also seen during the final firefight.
High Standard Flite King
Jack Kelly's (Lorenzo Lamas) main weapon is High Standard Flite King shotgun with pistol grip. In the final scene Turk (Chip Chuipka) use this shotgun against Kelly.
Unidentified pump shotguns
Several bikers are armed with pump shotguns during the final firefight. It is hard to identify them due to their brief appearance.
Sawn-off double barreled shotgun
Goose (Scott 'Bam Bam' Bigelow) used sawn-off double barreled side by side shotgun to shoot his former girlfriend through the door.
Unidentified AK-47 version
Some unidentified AK-47 version is used by one of the bikers. It has something like grenade launcher attached to barrel and is supposed to be polish PMK-DGN 60 (also known as Kbkg wz 60/72).
An M14 rifle is seen in the weapon storage room.
A Ruger Mini-14, seen only from muzzle, is used by one of the bikers.
M67 hand grenade
Kelly used two M67 grenades to make booby-traps. Supposedly M69 training grenades are used to impersonate M67s.
Kelly's gun collection
About ten various guns are seen on the wall of Kelly's apartments. Among them are two lever-action rifles and at least one musket.