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Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil
Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil is the 2006 action film that was released as a sequel to 2001's Behind Enemy Lines. Other than some stock footage from the 2001 film, this 2006 sequel does not have any relation other than the basic plot of US military personnel being stranded in enemy territory. This film encountered enough success to warrant two more films under the Behind Enemy Lines banner: 2009's Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia and 2014's Seal Team 8: Behind Enemy Lines.
The following weapons were used in the film Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil:
The majority of the rifles used by both US Navy SEALs team and North Korean soldiers, appear to be some sort of variant of the Bulgarian AR-F. Some of these rifles have the hooded sight and some with ultra short barrels.
Seen in the hands of Lieutenant Robert James (Nicholas Gonzalez), Master Chief Petty Officer Neil "Spaz" Callaghan (Matt Bushell) and possibly South Korean Spec-Ops soldiers are Bulgarian Arsenal AR-M1F rifles that have AKS-74U style muzzle brakes in place of their regular flash hiders. They have milled receivers, underfolding stocks, and AK-74 type gas blocks.
Custom Sniper Rifle
A sniper rifle is used by two South Korean special forces soldiers. These sniper rifles also appear to be Bulgarian ARs mocked up to resemble the SVD Dragunov or the Zastava M76 rifle.
Custom Special Ops Rifles
The South Korean spec-ops soldiers also are also armed with some unusual battle rifles. These appear to be Bulgarian ARs fitted with an M16-type carry handle and housed in an odd shell. These were probably the precursor to the M16 mockups seen in such films as Universal Soldier: Regeneration.
PPS-43 (fake MP5)
Since this film was shot in Bulgaria, many of the weapons are of Eastern European origin. The "MP5" used by Lt. Robert James (Nicholas Gonzalez) and in the hands of a few SEAL members near the end of the film is actually a PPS-43 mocked up to resemble the HK weapon. The PPS-43 is chambered in 7.62x25mm Tokarev, which explains why the magazine that is slightly too fat to be an HK's 9x19mm.
A North Korean 'Home Guard' officer fires an M1911A1, killing a local peasant woman, during a melee with the Navy SEALs. Why he would be carrying an M1911 is a mystery since he would most likely be carrying the North Korean equivalent of the Tokarev TT-33.
Lt. James uses a suppressed Beretta 92FS while infiltrating the missile base.
What appears to be a small nickel compact pistol is seen in the hands of North Korean Commander Hwang (Joseph Steven Yang). This appears to resemble a compact nickel Beretta 85F, but it is possible that this is a replica like the EKOL Grizzly Special 99.
Beretta 92FS Inox
A Beretta 92FS Inox with black controls can be seen being used by both Lt. James and Master Chief Petty Officer Neil 'Spaz' Callaghan.
A two-tone Beretta 84F is carried by PO2 Corey Schulteiss (Michael Simpson) and later is seen in the hands of Lieutenant Robert James (Nicholas Gonzalez).
A North Korean soldier is briefly seen with what appears to be an RPG-22.