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Devil's Double, The
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The following weapons appear in the film The Devil's Double:
There are several appearances throughout the film of AK-47 rifles, primarily in the hands of Iraqi Army soldiers. Uday Hussein (Dominic Cooper) can also be seen brandishing a gold-plated AK in one scene, the Husseins being infamous for possessing such weapons.
In one scene, an Iraqi boy can be seen armed with a Bulgarian Arsenal SAR-M1 with wood furniture, identifiable by the milled receiver, waffle-pattern 5.56mm magazine and AKM-style front sights.
In some promotional material for the film, such as the poster above, Uday Hussein can be seen dual-wielding a pair of gold AKS-47 rifles. These are probably gold-sprayed prop guns to represent a "Tabuk", a line of Iraqi-produced AK-47 variants, of which an unknown number of gold plated versions were produced in the late 1980's to commemorate the end of the 1980-1988 war with Iran.
Reck Miami 92F
There are several appearances in the film of what appear to be Reck Miami 92F blank-firing replica pistols primarily in the hands of senior Ba'ath Party members.
In several scenes, Latif can be seen armed with a stainless steel Umarex GPDA (a blank-firing copy of the Browning BDA) with synthetic grips, possibly standing in for the Browning Hi-Power, another weapon the Hussein family was well-known for using during their reign. Uday Hussein throughout the movie carries a golden one as opposite to Latif.
Latif can be seen wielding a nickel plated 1911 when defending himself at a checkpoint.
MG42 Machine Gun
Iraqi soldiers and later impostors posing as Iraqi soldiers were seen with an MG42 machine gun.