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Fury (2014)

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Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by David Ayer
Release Date 2014
Language English
Studio Le Grisbi Productions
QED International
LStar Capital
Crave Films
Distributor Columbia Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Don "Wardaddy" Collier Brad Pitt
Norman Ellison Logan Lerman
Boyd "Bible" Swan Shia LaBeouf
Grady "Coon-Ass" Travis Jon Bernthal
Trini "Gordo" Garcia Michael Peña
Captain "Old Man" Waggoner Jason Isaacs
Sgt. Peterson Kevin Vance
Sgt. Davis Brad William Henke
Lieutenant Parker Xavier Samuel
SSG. Binkowski Jim Parrack

Fury is a 2014 World War II film starring Brad Pitt as a US Army tank commander fighting during the closing months of the war in Europe. The film was directed by David Ayer and the cast includes Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, Michael Pena, and Shia LaBeouf. The film's production went to great lengths to provide accurate weaponry and armor for the period, including utilizing the only working Tiger tank left in existence.

The following weapons were used in the film Fury (2014):


Smith & Wesson M1917

Staff Sergeant Don "Wardaddy" Collier (Brad Pitt) carries a Smith & Wesson M1917 revolver with custom plexiglass "sweetheart" grips as his sidearm throughout the film. He is notably seen using this revolver to coax Norman Ellison (Logan Lerman) into killing a German soldier.

Smith & Wesson M1917 revolver (military issue with lanyard ring) - .45 ACP. Note the ejector-rod socket, common of a Smith & Wesson revolver. Also note the S&W style cylinder release latch and half-moon front sight. These are the most easily distinguishable external differences between the Colt and S&W models.
Don "Wardaddy" Collier's (Brad Pitt) revolver in his holster.
"Wardaddy" (Brad Pitt) points his M1917 revolver at Norman Ellison (Logan Lerman) with a finger on a trigger to make it more threatening.
"Wardaddy" tries to put his revolver into Norman's hand.
"Wardaddy" forcing the revolver into the hand of Norman Ellison (Logan Lerman), cocking the hammer in the process.
"Wardaddy"'s M1917 lies inside the Fury. Note the custom "sweetheart" grips.
Norman reaches for "Wardaddy"'s M1917.
Norman with "Wardaddy"'s revolver.

Colt M1911A1

Boyd "Bible" Swan (Shia LaBeouf), Staff Sergeant Binkowski (Jim Parrack), and Lieutenant Parker (Xavier Samuel) all carry the Colt M1911A1 as their sidearm.

World War II issued Colt M1911A1 pistol - .45 ACP
Lieutenant Parker (Xavier Samuel) with his M1911A1 in his shoulder holster.
Staff Sergeant Binkowski (Jim Parrack) with his M1911A1.
The M1911A1 in "Bible"'s shoulder holster. Note that the hammer is down, meaning that Bible likely carries his pistol in "Condition 3" (more likely) or "Condition 2".
"Bible" points his M1911A1 at a German inside the Fury.
"Bible", out of ammo, searches for another weapon with his M1911A1.

Luger P08

At the beginning of the film, "Wardaddy" is seen holding what appears to be a Luger P08 that was presumably taken from the German officer on horseback that he killed. The film's script also says that the German carried a Luger.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
The pistol is seen in "Wardaddy"'s right hand.
"Wardaddy" holds the pistol along with the German officer's case.

Walther P38

A Walther P38 is used by a German officer (David Rae) in the Tiger tank.

Walther P38 - 9x19mm
A German officer (David Rae) fires his P38.

Submachine Guns

M1A1 Thompson

Grady "Coon-Ass" Travis (Jon Bernthal), Boyd "Bible" Swan (Shia LaBeouf), and other US soldiers use the M1A1 Thompson. It should be noted that the profusion of submachine guns in a tank is actually historically accurate and not an invention of Hollywood. A Thompson was issued along with every tank as part of the armament, and a long-service crew like Fury's who had used several tanks over the years could easily accumulate several.

M1A1 Thompson with 30-round magazine - .45 ACP
A US soldier patrols a POW camp with his Thompson.
"Angel" prepares to execute an SS officer with his Thompson.
Grady "Coon-Ass" Travis (Jon Bernthal) searches a house with his Thompson.
"Bible" on top of the Fury with his Thompson.
"Bible" aims his Thompson.
"Bible" with his Thompson just as he runs out of ammo.
An M1A1 Thompson lying next to the tank commander's hatch on the Fury.

M3A1 "Grease Gun"

Norman Ellison (Logan Lerman) and Trini "Gordo" Garcia (Michael Peña) use the M3A1 "Grease Gun".

M3A1 Grease Gun - .45 ACP
Norman with his M3A1 as "Coon-Ass" gives him a crude walkthrough on its function, mainly about its dust cover. "See that cover? Open it... and now you killin'. Close it up... now you ain't".
A US soldier on the left has an M3A1 slung over his back.
Close-up of Norman and his M3A1.
Trini "Gordo" Garcia (Michael Peña) fires his M3A1 at German soldiers.
Norman scans for German SS troops with his M3A1.
"Gordo" and Norman on bottom with their M3A1s.
The M3A1 "Grease Gun" is used by Norman Ellison (Logan Lerman).
Norman fires his M3A1 at incoming Germans.
Norman with his M3A1 inside the Fury.


The MP40 was the most common submachine gun of the German army during WWII. In the film, it is used by the Wehrmacht and Waffen SS, mostly wielded by officers. Interestingly, some American soldiers are also seen using captured MP40s.

MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm
SS soldiers marching with their weapons.
US soldiers gather behind the Fury. The soldier second from the left is wielding an MP40.
US soldiers take cover behind the Fury. The soldier on the right has an MP40.
A German soldier fires his MP40 at an advancing US platoon during the Hedgerow battle.
An SS soldier to the right of Schmidt (Daniel Dorr) has an MP40.
An SS soldier fires his MP40 at the Fury.

Rifles / Carbines

M1 Garand

The M1 Garand is the standard issue rifle of the US military during WWII, it is carried by US troops.

M1 Garand - .30-06
Some US soldiers at a base camp with their M1 Garands.
The soldier on the left has an M1 Garand in a makeshift US command point.
US soldiers taking cover behind the Fury are mostly equipped with M1 Garands.
US soldiers clear through a town wielding M1 Garands.
The soldier on the left has an M1 Garand.
A US soldier holding his M1 Garand moves surrendering German soldiers.
A US soldier and his M1 Garand with a surrendering SS officer.

M1 Carbine

Sgt. Miles (Scott Eastwood) and other US troops use the M1 Carbine.

World War Two era M1 Carbine with dark walnut stock, 'L' peep sight and no bayonet lug - correct for most of WWII, shown with khaki sling and oiler and a period magazine pouch for buttstock - .30 Carbine
The M1 Carbine is carried by Sgt. Miles (Scott Eastwood).
The soldier on the right has an M1 Carbine in a makeshift US command point.
An M1 Carbine on "Old Man"'s (Jason Isaacs) table.
Two US soldiers on the left armed with M1 Carbines.
Sgt. Miles on the right holds his M1 Carbine.
"Old Man" (Jason Isaacs) and a US soldier on the right with M1 Carbines slung on their backs.

Karabiner 98k

The Karabiner 98k is the main battle rifle of the German forces during WWII.

Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A German anti-tank crew member with a Kar98k slung on his back.
A German soldier aims his Kar98k at an advancing US platoon during the Hedgerow battle.
The SS Battalion marching with their weaponry. Most are equipped with Kar98k rifles.
The SS Battalion marching with their weapons.
The SS troops behind the officer have Kar98k rifles.
The SS machine gun loader has a Kar98k on his back.
A group of SS troops with their Kar98k rifles attempt to sneak up on the Fury.

Karabiner 98k Sniper Rifle

Near the end of the film, a German sniper (Jaime FitzSimons) uses a sniper variant of the Karabiner 98k.

Karabiner 98k "Kriegsmodell" with Zeiss ZF42 scope and hooded front sight - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The German sniper (Jaime FitzSimons) aims his scoped Kar98k.
A view through the ZF42 scope on the Kar98k.
The German sniper aiming through his scope.
The German sniper quietly reloads his Kar98k.
The trigger of the scoped Kar98k.

Sturmgewehr 44

Staff Sergeant Don "Wardaddy" Collier (Brad Pitt) carries a captured Sturmgewehr 44 throughout the film, likely commandeered from a German soldier. The Sturmgewehr 44 was the first such rifle to be termed an "assault rifle" and was introduced by the German army late in the war. When it is first shown, it is missing its front sight hood, but is seen with it in every scene afterwards. Near the end of the film, several German SS troops also use the Sturmgewehr 44 as well. "Bible" (Shia LaBeouf) also acquires one temporarily.

Sturmgewehr 44 - 7.92x33mm Kurz
"Wardaddy" (Brad Pitt) fires his captured Sturmgewehr 44. Here the rifle appears to be missing its front sight hood.
"Wardaddy" fires his Sturmgewehr 44 in the same scene. Note the reappeared sight hood.
"Wardaddy" with his Sturmgewehr 44 and Captain "Old Man" Waggoner (Jason Isaacs).
"Wardaddy" fires his Sturmgewehr 44 at fleeing Germans.
"Wardaddy" (Brad Pitt) fires his Sturmgewehr 44 at Germans climbing on his tank.
"Bible" reaches for a dropped Sturmgewehr 44.

Machine Guns

M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle

The Browning Automatic Rifle or "B.A.R" was the standard Squad Automatic Weapon of the U.S. military in WWII and is used by American troops.

M1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle - .30-06
A US soldier walks by to the right is carrying a B.A.R.
The soldier riding on the right side (our left) of the Fury has a B.A.R. with a bipod.
During a battle montage, a US soldier runs forward with his B.A.R. with its bipod deployed.

Browning M1919A4

The Browning M1919A4 machine gun is mounted on the Fury M4 Sherman tank. The Fury also mounts two more M1919s; one in a coaxial mount next to the M1A1C 76mm main gun, and another mounted in the bow of the hull. Norman Ellison (Logan Lerman) operates the bow-mounted M1919A4 throughout the film and Grady "Coon-Ass" Travis (Jon Bernthal) operates the coaxial M1919A4. Boyd "Bible" Swan (Shia LaBeouf) also uses the coaxial M1919A4 in the climax battle. During said battle, a case rupture destroys the coaxial M1919A4 so the crew dismounts the M1919A4 atop the tank to replace it. One of US soldiers assaulting the town wields a Browning M1919A4 and fires it from the hip. Note that having two machine guns atop the turret is very unusual for Sherman tanks; they were sent initially with a single Browning M2HB, switched briefly to an M1919 on a low-profile mount before reverting back to the M2 due to experiences in the field. It's possible they kept the M1919 during a transitional period.

Browning M1919A4 on an M31C pedestal mount - .30-06
The Fury's turret with both an M2 Browning and an M1919A4, which gives it a distinctive look.
"Wardaddy" (Brad Pitt) on the Fury's turret with two machine guns.
M8 Greyhounds with coaxial M1919s that the Fury passes by.
Norman reaches for the M1919 on the Fury's bow.
A US soldier fires the M2 on an M3 half-track vehicle with three unattended M1919s on the side.
"Wardaddy" fires the turret-mounted M1919 at German soldiers.
The soldier on the right hip-fires his M1919 at German soldiers defending a town.
Wardaddy's Fury with the rest of the tank platoon. Here you can see the blank adapter in the M1919.
Norman fires the M1919 on the bow gunner seat.
"Coon-Ass" fires the coaxial M1919A4.
"Bible" fires the coaxial M1919A4.

Browning M2HB

The Browning M2HB heavy machine gun is mounted on M4 Sherman tanks, including the Fury. "Wardaddy" (Brad Pitt) uses this machine gun in the final battle, where it has dramatic effect on human targets.

Browning M2HB in vehicle mount - .50 BMG
The M2 is seen on the Fury's turret.
"Wardaddy" (Brad Pitt) on the Fury's turret with two machine guns.
M8 Greyhounds with top mounted M2 as the Fury passes by.
A US soldier fires the M2 from an M3 half-track vehicle.
Sgt. Miles (Scott Eastwood) mans the Fury's M2.
Sgt. Miles fires the Fury's M2.
The US tank platoon lined up as they confront the Tiger I tank. Visible here are the machine guns mounted on each of the tank's turrets, including Fury's distinctive two machine guns.
"Wardaddy" uses the M2 as bullet sparks light up the scenery.
"Wardaddy" fires the M2.

MG 34

The MG 34.

MG 34 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A German soldier fires an MG 34 during the credits.

MG 34 Panzerlauf

The Tiger I tank has a mounted MG 34 Panzerlauf on its bow and would also have one as a coaxial machine gun mounted to the right of the main 88mm KwK 36 cannon. A short clip during the credits shows a German soldier firing an MG 34 Panzerlauf.

MG 34 Panzerlauf - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The Tiger I tank with an MG 34 Panzerlauf on bow.
Frontal shot of the Tiger I. The firing port for the coaxial MG 34 Panzerlauf can be seen next to the main gun.
The Tiger I fires its MG 34 Panzerlauf at the Fury.
The Tiger I fires its MG 34 Panzerlauf tracer rounds at the Fury.


The MG42 is also used by German troops.

MG42 used in Band of Brothers - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A German machine gunner fires his MG42 at the incoming US tank platoon.
A German machine gunner fires his MG42 from his foxhole.
An MG42 waits to ambush the incoming US soldiers.
The SS Battalion marching with their weaponry. Here we can see some MG42s.
The SS Battalion marching with their weaponry, the MG42 among them.
A German half-track drives through with a mounted MG42.
Two German soldiers preparing the machine gun.
Two SS machine gunners set up a makeshift shooting platform for the MG42.
SS machine gunners fire their MG42 at the Fury.


Mk II Hand Grenade

The Mk II Hand Grenade is used by US soldiers, as well as the crew of Fury.

Mk II hand grenade
"Wardaddy" (Brad Pitt) takes a Mk II Grenade.
"Wardaddy" (Brad Pitt) sets up Mk II and M15 Grenades on an easily accessible cable.
"Wardaddy" (Brad Pitt) arms two Mk II grenades at once.
An armed Mk II Grenade falls back inside the Fury and lands near Gordo's flask.

M15 WP Smoke Grenade

The crew of Fury uses M15 White Phosphorous grenades to create a smoke screen.

Replica M15 white phosphorous grenade
"Wardaddy" (Brad Pitt) sets up Mk II and M15 Grenades on an easily accessible cable.
An M15 smoke grenade deployed by "Wardaddy".

Model 24 Stielhandgranate

Model 24 Stielhandgranate "Potato Mashers" are used by the German Wehrmacht and Waffen SS.

Model 24 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" stick grenade with fragmentation sleeve
Two Model 24 grenades are seen.

NG 39 Smoke Grenade

In the final battle, German SS troops attempt to blind the Fury by throwing NG 39 smoke grenades.

Nebelhandgranate 39
Two NG 39 smoke grenades popped near the Fury.



Several German grenadiers are seen using Panzerfaust anti-tank recoilless weapons. Early in the film, a Hitler Youth soldier uses one to take out a Sherman tank.

Panzerfaust - 44mm with 149mm warhead
A Hitler Youth soldier takes out Lt. Parker's tank with a Panzerfaust.
A German soldier aims a Panzerfaust, seen through one of the tank's vision blocks.
The SS Battalion marching with their weaponry. Here we can see three Panzerfausts.
Panzerfausts in storage crates. Here you can see the 60 designation that indicates effective range.
An SS soldier holds his Panzerfaust.
The same SS soldier aims his Panzerfaust at the Fury.



Lt. Schmidt (Daniel Dorr) appears to use a Leuchtpistole flare gun during the engagement with the crew of Fury.

Leuchtpistole - 26.65mm
Lt. Schmidt (Daniel Dorr) fires his flare gun.

M1 Mortar

US troops are seen using what appear to be M1 Mortars during a battle to take a German town.

M1 Mortar - 81mm
US soldiers preparing to fire the mortar.

M101A1 Howitzer

An M101A1 Howitzer is seen being towed at the base camp.

M101A1 Howitzer - 105x372mm
The M101A1 Howitzer being towed. Just visible from this angle is the double shield arrangement of the carriage which identifies this as the improved M101A1 variant of the M101.

5 cm Pak 38

A German 5 cm Pak 38 anti-tank gun is placed in the town. Due to its small caliber that was quite obsolete by 1942, it fails to disable any tanks.

5 cm Pak 38 anti-tank gun - 50x419mmR
A German soldier aims the 5 cm Pak 38 anti-tank gun.
The 5 cm Pak 38 anti-tank gun pointing at the Fury.
The German crew loading the 5 cm Pak 38 anti-tank gun.

7.5 cm Pak 40

German soldiers use two 7.5 cm Pak 40 anti-tank guns in the Hedgerow battle against Fury's tank platoon.

7.5 cm Pak 40 anti-tank gun - 75x714mmR
The first German Pak 40 preparing to fire.
The German anti-tank crew loading the first Pak 40.
The same 7.5cm Pak 40 preparing to fire.
A second Pak 40 anti-tank gun.
A German soldier loads a shell into the second Pak 40 gun.
The breech closes on the Pak 40 gun with a shell inside.

Flammenwerfer 35

A short clip in the credits shows a German soldier using a Flammenwerfer 35 flamethrower.

Flammenwerfer 35 flamethrower
A German soldier fires a Flammenwerfer 35.

8.8cm FlaK 36

An abandoned 88mm FlaK 36 divisional anti-tank cannon can be seen in one shot.

German FlaK 36 (note two-piece barrel with locking collar) - 88x571mmR
The FlaK 36 can be seen in the background: note the bulge indicating the locking collar of the two-piece 36 barrel. A 7.5 cm Pak 40 can be seen in the foreground.


  • Note: All American M4A3 variants portrayed in the film are actually British M4A2, though the only difference between M4A3s and M4A2s is the engine deck cover and that M4A2s run on diesel rather than gasoline. Of the Shermans, only the Fury tank was acquired from the Bovington Tank Museum in England.

M4A2E8 Sherman

This is the Sherman tank used in the film for the titular tank Fury. Fury is supposed to represent the M4A3E8 variant (also known as the M4A3 (76) W HVSS Sherman) with the HVSS system and a 76mm M1A2 gun which comes with a muzzle brake to further distinguish it from other Shermans. It is commanded by Sgt. Don "Wardaddy" Collier (Brad Pitt). In addition to the real tank, two mockups were also constructed for close-up filming of the actors. The M4A2E8 was donated by the Bovington Tank Museum in England and can still be seen there with all of its film set-up still.

Blueprint for the Fury
Right side of Fury in this BTS image.
Left side of Fury in this BTS image.
Silhouette of Fury.
Right side of Fury.
Frontal shot of Fury.
A line-up of Fury's tank platoon.
Left side of Fury along with the other tanks of the platoon.

M4A2 Sherman

The Lucy Sue, one of the tanks in Wardaddy's platoon, appears to be an A2 model with a 75mm M3 gun. It seems to be one of the early models given the protruding crew hatches on the glacis. It is commanded by Sgt. Davis (Brad William Henke).

Lucy Sue second from the left in the tank platoon.
Lucy Sue behind Fury. Note the protruding crew hatches.
Lucy Sue in the middle.

M4A1(76)W Sherman

Old Phyllis is an M4A1(76)W Sherman tank, given the full cast hull from its rounded body shape. It is fitted with a 76mm M1A1 gun, which does not have a muzzle brake like Fury. It is commanded by Sgt. Peterson (Kevin Vance).

Old Phyllis second from the right in the tank platoon.
Old Phyllis on the far most side of the image. Note its rounded armor edges.

M4(105)HVSS with a T23 turret

Matador is an M4(105)HVSS with a T23 turret and 76mm M1A1 gun. It is commanded by Lt. Parker (Xavier Samuel). The M4(105)HVSS also doubles as Fury in scenes where the actual tank died on the set.

Matador while on patrol. Note the long 76mm cannon.
A front view of Matador with a seemingly excessive amount of sandbags in the front glacis.
Side view of Matador as it gets hit by a Panzerfaust.

M4A4 Sherman

Murder Inc. is an M4A4 Sherman tank with a 75mm M3 gun. It is distinguishable from the greater distances between the bogies on the suspension. It is commanded by Sgt. Binkowski (Jim Parrack). This is an unusual Sherman variant to be commanded by a US tank crew as the M4A4 Sherman variant is usually loaned to other Allied countries in the Lend-Lease Act.

Murder Inc. far left in the tank platoon.
Murder Inc. to the left of Fury. The M4A4 difference from the other Shermans is the greater distance between the bogies (where the wheels are) and the longer back part, which are both easily seen here.

Tiger I Ausf. E

The majority of Tiger tanks seen in the World War II films prior to Fury were either stock footage or mock-ups constructed from other tank chassis. The Tiger seen in Fury is a real World War II Tiger Ausf. E, number 131, loaned from the Bovington Tank Museum in England like the other tanks seen in the film. While there are several actual Tiger tanks still in existence, this particular Tiger is unique as it is the only Tiger I tank left running in the world (largely achieved by Bovington cannibalizing spares from the engine of their Tiger II). This is the first time Tiger 131 has been used in a feature film. Its German commander is played by David Rae, one of film's technical advisers on tank warfare. Its cannon is the infamous 8.8 cm KwK 36 gun.

The Tiger is rolled out before production in this BTS image. Note the 131 on the turret which gives it the name "Tiger 131".
The Tiger, now dressed up for filming, in this BTS image.
The Tiger on the move during production in this BTS image.
The Tiger I rolling out.
Frontal shot of the Tiger I. It would be fitted with a coaxial MG34 mounted next to the main gun, though it is not shown firing in the film.
A side shot of the Tiger I.
The Tiger I firing tracer rounds from its bow-mounted MG34.
The back of the Tiger I. Note the damage on the engine exhaust cowlings, another indicator that this is Tiger 131.

Panther Ausf. D

At the beginning of the film, a German officer on horseback passes what appears to be a disabled German Panther Ausf. D tank. It would have the 7.5 cm KwK 42 gun.

Panzerkampfwagen V Ausf. G "Panther", for comparision.
The tank seen here appears to be a German Panther. Its an Ausf. D due to the commander's drum cupola shape, plus with the top-swinging hatch rather than a side-swing one seen on later variants.

Panzer IV Ausf. H

At the beginning of the film, a German officer on horseback passes what appears to be a disabled German Panzer IV Ausf. H tank. It would have the 7.5 cm KwK 40 L/48 gun.

The tank to the left of the German officer looks like a Panzer IV Ausf. H.
Another shot of the Panzer IV. Here you can see the turrent skirts.

Jagdpanzer 38(t) "Hetzer"

A Jagdpanzer 38(t) "Hetzer" can be seen very briefly during the scene before "Wardaddy" breaks down. It would have the 7.5 cm Pak 39 gun.

The "Hetzer" in the background behind the marching soldiers. This image shows the right bulge on the hull where the cannon would be and the small black slit to the left of the cannon is a viewing port.

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