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The Devil's Double

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The following weapons appear in the film The Devil's Double:

The Devil's Double (2011)


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.

AK-47 7.62x39mm
Latif surrounded by Iraqi soldiers armed largely with AK-47 rifles

Arsenal SAR-M1

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.

Arsenal SAR-M1 - 5.56x45mm.
An Iraqi boy wielding an Arsenal SAR-M1.


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.

AKS-47 - 7.62x39mm

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.

Reck Miami 92F, black finish - 9 mm P.A.K. blanks
One of Uday's bodyguards firing his Beretta 92FS replica.
Latif's sister handling his Beretta replica. Note the 'closed' circle inside the hammer, typical for the Reck Miami 92F
The typical Reck inscriptions can be seen on the slide.

Umarex GPDA

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.

Umarex GPDA 9mm PAK with stainless steel finish
Latif wielding his stainless Umarex GPDA
Umarex GPDA 9mm PAK with gold finish
Uday loading his gold GPDA
Uday brandishes his gold GPDA


Latif can be seen wielding a nickel plated 1911 when defending himself at a checkpoint.

Latif to the right with his 1911

MG42 Machine Gun

Iraqi soldiers and later impostors posing as Iraqi soldiers were seen with an MG42 machine gun.

MG42 with bipod extended - 7.92mm Mauser

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