New Kids Turbo is a 2010 Dutch social comedy about the life of a group of five anti-social and dysfunctional young men in the Dutch village of Maaskantje, in the rural south of Holland. Barrie (Flip van der Kuil), Robbie (Steffen Haars), Gerrie (Tim Haars), Richard (Huub Smit) and Rikkert (Wesley van Gaalen) blissfully spend their days with their simple jobs, drinking beer, performing all kinds of petty crime and listening to 90’s techno music.
When they lose their jobs and their social benefit as well, they make the radical decision to 'simply' not pay for anything anymore and just take what they like. Soon things get out of hand in the most radical way. New adventures of the New Kids can be seen in the 2011 sequel New Kids Nitro.
The following weapons were used in the film New Kids Turbo:
Most of the time, the Maaskantje police officers are carrying the Walther P5 as a standard weapon.
The Maaskantje officer with his Walther P5
We see one of the policemen checking his gun in a unsafe manner.
A close up of the pistol, used by the Maaskantje police officer until his discharge.
At the police station in Maaskantje we see a gun locker with several Walther P5
Unidentified M1911A1 variant
After his discharge the Maaskantje police officer steals at least two pistols from the gun locker. He hands out one to a prisoner he tries to recruit for his crusade, but the prisoner decides to kill himself rather than help a cop. The gun appears to be some kind of customized M1911A1 variant with several external parts as sights etc. missing.
Nickel Plated M1911A1 Pistol with brown grips - .45 ACP
The pistol in the gun locker
Gerrie (Tim Haars) is seen shooting two Luger P08's.
Luger P08 with black grips - 9x19mm
Gerrie is firing the Luger P08.
We can see some Lugers in the weapon stash.
A police sniper waiting for the New Kids to show up carries an M1 Carbine
World War II Era M1 Carbine, with Dark Walnut Stock, 'L' peep sight and no bayonet lug - .30 Carbine
The Maaskantje officer on the left is using an WWII era model M1 Carbine
with 30-round magazine (or possibly an automatic M2 carbine
, but no fire selector switch is possible to tell for sure).
A police sniper waiting for the New Kids to show up uses a Remington 700PSS sniper rifle.
Remington 700PSS with Leupold Mark 4 scope and Harris bipod - .300 Win Mag
Rikkert (Wesley van Gaalen) is armed with a Karabiner 98k after the New Kids looted the weapon stash.
Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Rikkert is firing his Karabiner 98k
Rikkert has chosen a bolt action rifle but seems to be not too happy about it.
Eventually he seems to be outgunned by the police, but Manuela (Nicole van Lierop
) comes to his rescue
Beretta Model 38A
Gerrie (Tim Haars) shows the Beretta Model 38A to Richard, after he fired it at his friends.
Beretta Model 38A - 9x19mm
Rikkert (Wesley van Gaalen) carries a MP28/II.
Haenel-Schmeisser MP28/II Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
The MP40 is used by Richard (Huub Smit) and by Manuela (Nicole van Lierop) in the final shootout.
Richard tries to prepare his MP40...
but ends up accidentally disassembling it.
Take-away owner Henk Snackbar (Ruud Matthijssen) receives an M1A1 Thompson from Richard to protect his business and Manuela's children. He later uses it in an ambush.
"This take-out is my life - I'll stay."
Barrie (Flip van der Kuil) is carrying a Bren Mk2 Light Machine Gun during the shootout.
Barrie is carrying a MG42 and a Bren Mk2 (on his left shoulder) towards the city.
Barrie is firing his Bren MK1 along with Gerrie, who is wielding two Luger P08
An MG42 is also used by Barrie (Flip van der Kuil) in the final shootout.
MG42 with bipod extended - 7.92mm Mauser
Barrie is showing us his war face.
In the background during the scene in the weapon stash, an MG15 machine gun in an anti-aircraft mount can be seen.
MG15 machine gun with 50-round drum 7.92x57mm Mauser
The MG15 on the left side in the background.
Pump action shotgun
Also in the weapon stash we see Gerrie (Tim Haars) carrying a pump action shotgun. The brand/model cannot be identified.
Gerrie and the pump action shotgun.
Gerrie (Tim Haars) uses a M72 LAW to take out an approaching police car. There is a inconsistency in the movie, since he fires the same M72 LAW two times. In real life it's a single-use weapon.
Gerrie is about to fire the M72 LAW.