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Four Lions

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Four Lions (2010)

Four Lions is a 2010 British satirical black comedy directed by Chris Morris about five would-be Jihadist suicide bombers in London and their bumbling attempts to carry out a terrorist attack.

The following weapons can be seen in the movie Four Lions:


Fake AK-47

One of the Jihadists, Waj (Kayvan Novak), uses a fake AK-47 in one of the videos. As a miniature dummy, it is very unconvincing.

Waj (Kayvan Novak) meekly shows off his fake AK-47 as he warns the "unbelieving kaffir bastards".
Waj shrugs off the size with a comment on his "big hands".
He slides toward the camera...
...in an attempt to, in his own words, "bigger" the toy.


In a Jihadi training camp in Pakistan, Waj (Kayvan Novak) acquires an authentic AKMS and fires it in one of the videos, naturally irritating camp leader Khalid (Willliam El-Gardi) due to the presence of American drones in the area.

AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
Waj holds the AKMS as he sets up his cell phone.
"Big enough for you now, Barry?"
Waj lets loose with the AKMS.
"A Paki Rambo"!
Khalid (Willliam El-Gardi) grabs the AKMS from Waj...
...and unloads the magazine.

Heckler & Koch HK93A2

A British Police Sniper (Kevin Eldon) uses a Heckler & Koch HK93A2 configured to resemble an HK33SG/1 to shoot a "Wookie" mistaken for one of the terrorists. This leads to a hilarious exchange about whether a Wookie or a honey monster is a bear.

Heckler & Koch HK93A2 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Heckler & Koch HK33SG/1 - 5.56x45mm NATO, for reference.
A Police Sniper unpacks his Heckler & Koch HK93. Note the lack of the paddle magazine release.
Deploying the bipod. It is distinctly loaded with a 25-round 5.56mm magazine.
Looking through the scope.
Centering on the target...
...and firing. Note the spent cartridge ejecting past his headgear.
"That must be the right target, I just shot it!"

Parker Hale M85

The second sniper (Darren Boyd) operates a Parker Hale M85 rifle.

Parker Hale M85 - 7.62x51mm NATO
A second police sniper sets up his Parker Hale M85.
Both snipers attempt to identify the target.
"Command, is a Wookie a bear, over?"
Close-up of the sight, bolt and butt. Notice the telescopic sight is not aligned with the rifle barrel.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

British counter-terrorist forces are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A3s fitted with Surefire tactical lights and ACOG sights.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight and safe-semi-two round burst trigger group - 9x19mm
Police officers armed with MP5A3s raid a house.
Police officers deploy with MP5A3 submachine guns.
Burst in, guns blazing. In true fashion for the police in this movie, they hit the hostage, not the hostage taker.
"You alright, mate?"
Not in a moment, he's not.


Glock 17

One of the British officers is briefly seen with a Glock 17.

3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
A police officer can be seen in the center carrying a Glock 17.


M136 AT4

A stash of M136 AT4 launchers are seen at the training camp. Omar (Riz Ahmed) tries to take down an enemy drone with one. However, he holds it the wrong way around and it backfires (literally), and ends up killing Osama Bin Laden.

M136 AT4 Anti-Tank recoilless launcher - 84mm
Omar (Riz Ahmed) grabs an AT4 to take out a drone before Khalid points out it's too high.
Omar grabs the AT4...
...and fiddles around with it.
Note it's the wrong way around. The writing saying "front end" should be a good hint.
Too confident for his own good, Omar nods at Waj.
Note the projectile going in the wrong direction.

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