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The Belko Experiment
The Belko Experiment is a 2016 American horror-thriller film directed by Greg McLean and written by James Gunn. The film stars John Gallagher Jr., Tony Goldwyn, Adria Arjona, John C. McGinley and Melonie Diaz. The film follows 80 American workers who work at Belko Industries and are told by a mysterious voice that they have to start killing each other.
The film received mixed reviews from critics and has grossed $11 million worldwide, against its $5 million budget.
The following weapons were used in the film The Belko Experiment:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Beretta Px4 Storm
The guards at Belko all carry the Beretta Px4 Storm as their standard-issue sidearm. The weapon is used by many of the characters in the film.
The heavily-armed guards guarding the Belko Industries perimeter all carry M4A1s with Magpul CTR (Compact/Type Restricted) stocks as their standard-issue weapon.
Many weapons (pistols and assault rifles) appear in the ending scene, when the last survivors of the Belko Experiment show up in the surveillance footage of several monitors. These firearms are very hard to identify because the camera pans out too far away. Some, however, can be identified in general terms, others can be almost fully identified:
First row of monitors (left to right):
-The person in the first monitor appears to be wielding an M16A2.
-The person in the sixth monitor is aiming an unknown handgun at the camera.
-The person in the seventh monitor is dual-wielding heavily-customized Heckler & Koch G36C assault rifles with folding MP5-style stocks; it is also fitted with scopes and what appear to be underbarrel flashlight attachments.
Second row of monitors (left to right):
-The person in the second monitor appears to be wielding an M4A1 carbine.
-The person in the third monitor appears to be in Russia (judging by the "Корпорация Белко," "Belko Corporation" sign in Russian Cyrillic) and holding a (presumably) Kalashnikov family rifle.
Fourth row of monitors (left to right):
-The person in the fourth monitor is holding an unknown handgun to his temple, contemplating suicide.
-The person in the fifth monitor is wielding an AK-101, judging by its magazine and barrel. It's basically the only good identification that can be made in the monitor scene.
Fifth row of monitors (left to right):
-The person in the third monitor is aiming an unknown handgun.