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The following weapons appear in the film Undead:

Undead (2003)

Remington 870 Slug Gun

The insufferably whiny Australian police constable Harrison (Dirk Hunter) uses a Remington 870 Slug gun, which he uses to blast a perfect hole through the lock on a heavy door, and later uses it to fight the zombies.

Remington 870 Slug Gun - 12 Gauge
Australian Police constable Harrison (Dirk Hunter) wields his Remington 870 Slug gun.
A shot of the rifled sights of Harrison's 870 Slug gun.
Australian Police constable Harrison (Dirk Hunter) brings on the attention of the zombies with his 870 slug gun.

Inglis Hi-Power

An Inglis Hi-Power pistol is used by various characters.

Inglis Hi-Power - 9x19mm
Rene (Felicity Mason) holds the Inglis Hi-Power, though this looks like a Spanish Replica prop gun.

Beretta 92FS

Marion (Mungo McKay) carries a Beretta 92FS amongst his other firearms during the zombie assault.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm

Satin Nickel M1911A1

Marion (Mungo McKay) uses a pair of matching Satin Nickel M1911A1 pistols to fight off the zombies.

Commercial Satin Nickel M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP. Manufactured on license by Remington Rand.
Marion (Mungo McKay) pulls out one of his Satin nickel M1911A1 pistols when he hears a knock on the door.
Marion (Mungo McKay)points one of his Satin nickel M1911A1 pistols at Rene when she surprises him.

Norinco 77B

The Norinco 77B in an 9x19mm caliber pistol of Chinese manufacture, produced for export and commercial sales and featuring a peculiar single-handed-cocking device, appears several times during the movie in the hands of Wayne (Rob Jenkins).

Norinco 77B - 9x19mm.
Wayne (Rob Jenkins) holds Marion (Mungo McKay) at gunpoint with the Norinco 77-B after the acid rain has rendered all of the group members naked.
Wayne (Rob Jenkins) watches in awe as his Norinco 77-B remains locked open and empty while trying to hold the zombies away at the airstrip.

Colt Combat Python

The 3-inch-barrel Colt Combat Python revolver (.357-Magnum) is used by the overly-nervous policewoman Molly (Emma Randall). Although Police in several Australian states and territories have employed .357 revolvers until replacing them very recently with .40-caliber Glock or Smith & Wesson M&P series semi-automatic pistols, the Colt Combat Python has never been a regulation sidearm with the Australian Police.

Colt Combat Python 3" in Royal Blue finish - .357 Magnum
Molly (Emma Randall) nervously holds her Colt Combat Python at Marion (Mungo McKay) when ordered by Harrison (Dirk Hunter) to confiscate his guns when he failed to show a valid Firearms license despite the emergency situation.

Micro UZI

The Micro Uzi submachine gun, or possibly an UZI-Pistol, briefly appears in the final sequences of the movie in the hands of an Australian soldier at the hospital.

Micro Uzi Pistol with 15 rd magazine - 9x19mm.
Australian soldier at the Berkeley hospital with a Micro-UZI submachine gun, or possibly an UZI-pistol, moments before the final and ultimate outbreak starts out from the very same Marion (Mungo McKay).

Smith & Wesson 916A Shotgun

Marion (Mungo McKay) creates a bizarre contraption of three shotguns mounted together. Due to the barrels and the end of the magazine tube, the shotguns are possibly Smith & Wesson Model 916A riot shotguns. Though early in the film the shotguns have custom foregrips, later they are the standard S&W 916 style forends. At the end of the film Rene, (Felicity Mason) is seen with the same three gun contraption, except with a Remington 870 added to the end, making it a cluster of four shotguns.

Smith & Wesson 916A - 12 Gauge
Marion (Mungo McKay) looks down after blasting a hole in the floor with his three shotgun rig.
Marion (Mungo McKay) holds his contraption, note the bracing that holds the three shotguns together around the receivers. The brace actually blocks the ejection port which is why we don't see repeating fire from this rig.
Rene (Felicity Mason) with her quad shotgun rig - with a short barreled shotgun added to the end.
Rene (Felicity Mason) patrols with her quad shotgun rig

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