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American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt
American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt is a 1989 martial arts action film that is the third installment in American Ninja film series. Blood Hunt follows Sean Davidson (David Bradley, who takes over the lead from original film series star Michael Dudikoff), a ninja-trained martial artist who is kidnapped during a karate tournament on a Caribbean island and used as a guinea pig in laboratory of a terrorist and mad scientist known as "The Cobra" (Marjoe Gortner). Returning from the first two films is faithful sidekick Curtis Jackson (Steve James). Directed by Cedric Sundstrom, the movie was filmed in South Africa, hence the choice of firearms.
The following weapons were used in the film American Ninja 3: Blood Hunt:
In the opening scene Andreas (Yehuda Efroni) uses a Varan PMX-90 pistol.
In the opening scene one of Andreas' henchmen carries an M1911A1-style pistol.
Desert Eagle Mark I
A Desert Eagle Mark I pistol is one of Curtis Jackson's (Steve James) weapons in the final scene.
FN Model 1903
In the final scene Dr. Holger (Mike Huff), "The Cobra"'s chief assistant, is armed with an FN Model 1903 pistol.
Some security guards in "The Cobra"'s laboratory carry Kommando LDP SMGs.
In the opening scene one of Andreas' henchmen carries a Cobra LDP.
Atis R.G. 700
In the opening scene one of Andreas' henchmen is armed with a Atis R.G. 700 shotgun with short/sawn-off barrel and pistol grip.
In the opening scene one of Andreas' henchmen is armed with an unknown carbine version of M16 with a fixed stock and short barrel. It mostly matches Colt Model 733 except for A2-style fixed stock.
Vector R5 (visually modified as AKS-47)
In the scene on a ship Andreas (Yehuda Efroni) carries a Vector R5, visually modified to look like an AKS-47. Sean Davidson (David Bradley) disarms Andreas and fires his rifle. In the final scene this gun is used by Curtis Jackson (Steve James).
In the final scene some police officers carry standard Vector R5s.
Heckler & Koch G3
Most security guards in "The Cobra"'s laboratory carry Heckler & Koch G3 rifles. In the final scene local military and police also carry G3s.