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That's not an Armscorp, that's a South African Musler Shotgun.

Notice that there's no right-side ejection port - which rules out the Armscorp and the Musler. (or every shot showing the right side of the gun happens to be reversed.) My money is on the Browning BPS; I've seen that fore-end in a picture somewhere, but I can't GIS it up.
Screenshot from Doomsday, filmed in South Africa. See how the fore-end is the same. This particular shot is flipped as is the entire sequence with the girl in the tub. Possibly due to editing issues.

Star Model B

A fun fact I found out recently is that the Star Model B was ordered by South Africa in large numbers and used up until the late 80's, which makes the pistols used in the film accurate to the time period and setting, so just checking if that should be included on this page.

Unknown Grenade Launcher

I think that's an HK69 grenade launcher, but it has a wooden stock. I've never seen that modification before though, so can someone confirm it? - Michaelbii

It's NOT an HK69. The sights are all wrong and the rear of the receiver is a completely different shape. MoviePropMaster2008 07:20, 24 May 2010 (UTC)
Milkor stopper.

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