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The following weapons were used in the film Postal:
A Colt Anaconda is also used by Richard (Chris Coppola) throughout the film, most notably using it in his underground bunker and during the film's climax. In the extended German release, a disgruntled Paradise resident fires an Anaconda from a bicycle before he is knocked off of the bike.
Colt Anaconda - .44 Magnum
Richard aiming his Anaconda at The Postal Dude (Zack Ward
Richard firing his Anaconda away with a squishy face.
A clear view of the grip as the Postal Dude pushes the Anaconda out of his face.
Richard holds his Anaconda in the trailer park. Note the cult member who appears to be pretending to hold a gun.
Colt Police Positive
What appears to be a Colt Police Positive is seen in the hands of a member of the local doomsday cult, the Denomination of Organic Monotheism (D.O.O.M.).
Colt Police Positive with 4" Barrel - .38 Special
The man in the white tank-top seems to carry a Colt Police Positive.
A snub-nosed Colt Python is used by the Aggressive Panhandler (Michael Paré) to hold up the Postal Dude (Zack Ward) early in the film. Also a 6" version is used by at least two guys in the trailer park shootout.
Colt Python Snub Nose with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum
The Aggressive Panhandler tries to cop a few bucks from The Postal Dude (Zack Ward
) with his Python. It almost appears to be one with a 2.5" barrel.
A guy firing his Python, just moments before The Postal Dude mows him down.
The man on the right carries a Python. It appears to be the same kind of Python used by the Panhandler. The weapon on the left is never seen clearly enough to identify it.
Colt Trooper Mk III
A Colt Trooper Mk III is used by a guy in the trailer park.
Colt Trooper Mk III with 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
The guy firing his Colt Trooper. He later ditches it in favor of a pipe.
The Postal Dude (Zack Ward) takes a Ruger Redhawk with a 7.5" barrel and black rubber grips from Richard's (Chris Coppola) bunker and uses it for the rest of the film. Faith (Jackie Tohn) also holds it during the Trailer Park Shootout as the Dude engages in hand-to-hand combat although she is not seen taking it from the Postal Dude's holster.
Ruger Redhawk Hunter with 7.5" barrel - .44 Magnum
The Postal Dude checks for terrorists with his Redhawk drawn.
"Don't be a dick, Dick.
The Postal Dude aims his Redhawk.
The Postal Dude wields his Redhawk with his S&W 5906.
The Postal Dude fires his Redhawk in Uncle Dave's mansion.
Ruger Speed Six
What appears to be a Ruger Speed Six is used by one of the chicks in Uncle Dave's mansion.
Ruger Speed Six - .357 Magnum
The Speed Six held by the chick.
Smith & Wesson Model 66
A Smith & Wesson Model 66 is seen in the hands of a guy who participated in the trailer park shootout.
Smith & Wesson Model 66 with 4" barrel & Hogue grips - .357 Magnum
The guy in the upper right, with the backwards baseball cap, is firing the Model 66.
Beretta Cougars are the sidearms of both Officer Greg Sharp (Chris Spencer) and Officer John Mann (Ralf Moeller). One is also used by Uwe Boll in a cameo during the Little Germany shootout.
Beretta 8000 Cougar F - 9x19mm Parabellum
Officers Greg and John dispatching their Cougars during the Little-Germany shootout.
Uwe Boll firing his gun. Keep those eyes open, Uwe!
Officer Greg holding his Cougar in the trailer park.
The Beretta 92FS is seen in the hands of of various characters, especially in the hands of Paradise police officers and the Postal Dude (Zack Ward). During the trailer park shootout, there is a continuity error where Officer Greg (Chris Spencer) picks up a 92FS before exiting a trailer, but when he steps outside he is holding a Beretta Cougar instead. Shortly afterwards when he steps back inside, the Cougar turns back into a 92FS. One of Uncle Dave's chicks also carries one in Richard's underground bunker.
Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm Parabellum
Officer D. Ward (Reese Alexander
, credited simply as "Police Officer") with his 92FS drawn.
The Postal Dude with Ward's 92FS in his mouth after smashing Ward's nose.
The Postal Dude using a cat as a home-made silencer with his 92FS. The cat, miraculously, survives. However, the gun picks up the cat's disgusting butt odor, causing the Dude to ditch the weapon.
Officer John (Ralf Moeller
) with a Beretta 92FS pistol drawn after spotting the Postal Dude. This is also the scene where Zack Ward
's character is first identified as "The Postal Dude", courtesy of the cops.
The Postal Dude briefly utilizes a high polish stainless "Pre-B" CZ 75 during his escape from Dave's mansion. Later, a man uses a CZ 75 with wooden grips during the trailer park shootout; in some scenes, his pistol is a Pre-B while in others it is a CZ 75B. Strangely, he is seen emptying his pistol (as evident from the slide locking back), but continues to point and pretend to shoot it, with digital muzzle bursts added in post-production.
CZ 75 "Pre-B" with stainless steel finish - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Dude dual-wields a Jericho pistol and a high polish stainless CZ 75 in the mansion escape.
CZ 75 "Pre-B" - 9x19mm Parabellum
The man holding his CZ during an intermission at the Trailer Park shootout. This one appears to be a CZ 75 Pre-B.
CZ 75B - 9x19mm Parabellum
On the front, the same guy is now holding an empty CZ 75. The pistol is now a CZ 75B as it has a straight trigger guard and a ring hammer. He continues to mime fire the weapon.
Glock 17 pistols are seen in the hands of the security guards during the social security office shootings. Also used by a disgruntled customer, who takes one from a security guard.
3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The customer taking a guard's Glock.
The disgruntled customer with a security guard's Glock.
A guard holding the priority of safety for the other customers to mind while taking cover behind a human shield with a Glock 17.
The customer fires the stolen Glock. He holds the weapon very awkwardly in this particular shot.
IMI Jericho 941 R
Jericho 941 R pistols are seen in the hands of a number of Paradise residents as they hunt for the Postal Dude (Zack Ward). Chromed versions are used by two of the chicks in Dave's mansion during the shootout with the terrorists. The Dude also appears to use a regular one during the same shootout, although he quickly ditches it in favor of his Redhawk.
IMI Jericho 941 R with stainless finish - 9x19mm Parabellum
One of the chicks with a chromed Jericho.
IMI Jericho 941 R - 9x19mm Parabellum
A man named Paul (Credited as Mob Leader; Billy Monday) is seen wielding a black Jericho, holding it out in front of him in this shot. Here, he is looking for the Postal Dude, not realzing that he is talking to the Dude.
Paul defensively wields his Jericho.
Paul is seen on the far right with his Jericho.
The Dude dual-wields a Jericho pistol and a high polish stainless CZ 75B in the mansion escape.
Para Ordnance P-14
A Para-Ordnance P-14 is seen in the hands of Faith (Jackie Tohn) during the Little Germany shootout and the trailer park shootout.
Para Ordnance P-14 - .45 ACP
Faith first pulling her Para Ordnance while at her coffee stand in the Little Germany theme park. This is moments before the stand is destroyed by a misfired RPG.
Faith holds her Para-Ordnance on the Postal Dude (Zack Ward
An angle that clearly shows off the hammer. We also have a good look at the Dude's Smith & Wesson 5906
Faith firing her P-14 at the trailer park before eventually tossing it. A TEC-9
is in her other hand.
Smith & Wesson 5904
A woman in the trailer park shootout uses a Smith & Wesson 5904.
Smith & Wesson 5904 (early model) - 9x19mm Parabellum
The woman with a 5904. The man carrying the CZ 75 is kneeling next to her, and in this shot his weapon is visible on the right. Both of them have their slides locked back. Like the man, she too can be seen mime firing the 5904. CGI muzzle-flashes were used to simulate firing.
Smith & Wesson 5906
A Smith & Wesson 5906 is used by the Postal Dude (Zack Ward) in the both the alley shootout and the trailer park shootout. One is also used by a customer at the social security office. A final one is seen in the hands of one Richard's thugs.
Smith & Wesson 5906 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Postal Dude firing his 5906 during the trailer park shootout.
Is he even aiming? Or is he just shooting?
The social security office customer returns fire during the shootout, although his intended target(s) is not clear. This is likely the same prop seen later in the film.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
At least one terrorist uses a Heckler & Koch MP5K. Two MP5Ks are wielded akimbo style by one of the trailer park residents. It didn't work out well for her.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm Parabellum
The girl aimlessly fires her MP5Ks while giving us her best war face.
However, her attempt at battlefield glory is stopped dead when she is shot... Er... dead.
Heckler & Koch MP7
The Taliban/al-Qaeda terrorists use Heckler & Koch MP7s during the Little Germany and trailer park shootouts. At least three are seen throughout; the two pictured below are fitted with ELCAN scopes, and a third one is seen later without any sort of sight and the fore-grip folded.
Heckler & Koch MP7 - 4.6x30mm
A Heckler & Koch MP7 being fired by a terrorist during the Trailer Park Shootout.
A Heckler & Koch MP7 laying on the ground, next to a dead terrorist. This one has a 40-round magazine and appears to be the same one above, though this one is laying by a different terrorist.
Heckler & Koch UMP
Heckler & Koch UMPs are seen in the hands of Taliban/al-Qaeda terrorists.
Heckler & Koch UMP45 - .45 ACP
The terrorist on the right is holding a UMP.
The terrorist on the left raising his UMP. The one on the right is firing his G36K.
This UMP has the stock folded and a vertical grip attached.
A TEC-9 is used by Faith (Jackie Tohn) in the trailer park shootout.
Intratec TEC-9 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Faith sets her TEC-9 down as the Postal Dude (Zack Ward
) arms a bomb.
Faith firing her TEC-9 next to The Postal Dude.
Mohammed (Michael Benyaer) carries an AKS-47 while inside Uncle Dave's mansion instead of his usual Zastava M70BA2. What appears to be the same weapon is also seen in the hands of another terrorist in the mansion and in the set of Osama bin Laden's (Larry Thomas) recordings.
Type 3 AKS-47 - 7.62x39mm
Mohammed discusses Krotchy dolls with his AKS-47 hanging from a carrying strap.
Mohammed (sans-doll) still talking about distributing the Avian Bird flu, now holding his rifle. Note that the body in the back has changed positions.
The terrorist is shot and drops his AKS-47.
A AKS-74U is used by Osama bin Laden (Larry Thomas) as his main weapon throughout the film, with the exception of his attack on Little Germany.
Osama bin Laden with his AKS-74U.
Bin Laden's AKS-74U next to him as he's calling G. W. Bush.
Heckler & Koch G36K
Heckler & Koch G36K rifles are seen in the hands of Taliban/al-Qaeda terrorists. Some of them have the ZF 3x4° dual optical sight while others have the singular export sight. Most have a vertical grip attached.
Heckler & Koch G36K - 5.56x45mm NATO
A terrorist firing his G36K in the Little-Germany shootout.
A terrorist firing his G36K in the trailer park shootout.
The terrorist on the left is holding a G36K.
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III*
Large numbers of Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III*s can be seen in Richard's (Chris Coppola) secret doomsday bunker.
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III* - .303 British
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III rifles are seen stacked in the background of the bunker while the Postal Dude and Uncle Dave watch Verne Troyer getting raped by a "thousand monkeys."
More SMLE rifles. Note the black ones that are five rifles from the Dude on the right and the one on the far right.
More SMLE rifles behind Uncle Dave (Dave Foley).
The rifle on the left is a Lee-Enfield. The other is seen too briefly to be identified.
An M14 rifle is used by one of the Paradise residents against the Postal Dude (Zack Ward) and Faith (Jackie Tohn) during the trailer park shootout. It appears to have a green stock.
The one circled in red is the M14.
The Paradise resident raises his rifle during the second half of the trailer park shootout.
The M14 is seen in the back here.
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine
A few Mosin Nagant M44 Carbines can be seen on a gun rack in Richard's (Chris Coppola) secret doomsday bunker.
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine - 7.62x54mmR
Steyr Mannlicher M1895
Multiple Steyr Mannlicher M1895 rifles can be seen in Richard's (Chris Coppola) secret doomsday bunker.
Steyr Mannlicher M1895 - 8x56mmR Mannlicher
On the far right a Steyr M1895 is seen.
The tall rifle on the right is a Steyr M1895 as evidenced by the offset stacking pin.
The Zastava M70AB2 is the primary weapon of Mohammed (Michael Benyaer). Osama bin Laden also carries an M70BA2 in Little Germany, although he is seen with an AKS-74U when he enters the SUV taking him there.
Zastava M70AB2 with replacement wood pistol grip - 7.62x39mm
The M70BA2 is seen laying across Mohammed's lap, moments before he is killed by the bomb pictured that had been set off by Abdul (Derek Anderson
, credited as "Retarded Taliban") remotely from Dave's mansion.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Double barreled shotguns are used by several Paradise residents in the trailer park shootout.
Stevens side-by-side shotgun - 12 gauge
Ithaca 37 shotguns are seen in the hands of various Paradise residents and at least one terrorist.
Ithaca 37 Riot - 12 gauge
The woman on the left is carrying an Ithaca 37.
The same woman now firing it during the trailer park shootout. Note Osama bin Laden (Larry Thomas
) ditching the battle behind her with his AKS-74U
A terrorist carrying an Ithaca 37.
Mossberg 500A Field Gun
A Mossberg 500A field shotgun is seen in the hands of a Paradise resident during the trailer park shootout.
Mossberg 500A Field Gun with 28" Barrel - 12 gauge
The man in the middle is carrying the Mossberg. Another shotgun is in the back, but the blurriness of this shot makes it very hard to identify.
The same resident, with a different shirt on, firing his shotgun. It's possible that these scenes were filmed out of order, and that the man removed his blue shirt in between shots.
When Officer Greg (Chris Spencer) investigates an elderly Chinese woman that wasn't moving her car when the traffic lights changed color, he carries with him a Remington 870 shotgun.
Remington 870 Police Magnum with folding stock - 12 gauge
Officer Greg aiming at the old woman.
Officer Greg's idea of Law & Order.
If you look closely the 870 gets a stovepipe jam on the last shot.
Winchester Model 1897
A Winchester Model 1897 is used by The Postal Dude's irritating neighbor during the trailer park shootout. He only fires it once before the gun jams, much to his dismay (and demise).
Winchester Model 1897 Riot Gun - 12 gauge
The neighbor with his Winchester 1897. After firing it once, the gun jams and he is immediately shot.
A Browning M2 is used by Richard (Chris Coppola) during the trailer park shootout, mounted on a 1987 Ford Mustang LX convertible, giving the Toyota Hilux some much needed competition.
The M2 mounted on the Mustang.
A Daewoo K3 is seen in Richard's doomsday bunker, and is later used by the Postal Dude (Zack Ward) for two shootouts. He manages to get out of both of the sizely shootouts unscathed and with one hundred percent casualties on his aggressors. Since Postal was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the Daewoo K3 machine gun seen in this film has been used in many TV shows and movies that were filmed in Vancouver (e.g. Stargate: SG1, Stargate: Atlantis, Walking Tall (2004), Underworld: Evolution, Battlestar Galactica etc). In the trailer park scene it clearly fires and ejects blanks.
Daewoo K3 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Daewoo K3 modified with Paratrooper stock, railed feed tray cover, railed handguard, foregrip, and plastic belt box - 5.56x45mm NATO. This is the weapon used in 2009 film Driven to Kill
, shown in the making-of. These modifications are commonly found on K3s in live-action productions.
The Postal Dude firing away with the Daewoo K3.
Hey, this is pretty sweet. You ever fire it?
The Postal Dude (Zack Ward
) looks at the Daewoo K3 in the basement of Uncle Dave's bedroom.
The Postal Dude letting rip with the Daewoo K3 at a posse of Paradise citizens hunting him, killing them all.
An M60 is in Richard's (Chris Coppola) secret doomsday bunker. Another M60 is used by one of the Paradise residents against the Postal Dude (Zack Ward) and Faith (Jackie Tohn) during the trailer park shootout.
An M60 on the shelf in the background.
A guy holding an M60 during the trailer park shootout. Note that his ammo has been spent.
A guy firing his M60 against The Postal Dude and Faith. It eventually runs dry, but the man goes on to mime fire the weapon with CGI muzzle flashes.
PKM machine guns are used by Paradise residents against the Postal Dude (Zack Ward) and Faith (Jackie Tohn) during the trailer park shootout.
The guy on the right is holding a PKM, easily recognizable by its buttstock. The Postal Dude had just delivered an inspiring speech, which is the reason for the head patting and somber looks. The moment doesn't last, however.
Carl Gustav Recoilless rifle
A box of Carl Gustav Recoilless Rifles is seen in Richard's (Chris Coppola) secret doomsday bunker.
Carl Gustav M2 - 84x246mmR
The box of Gustav rifles is seen as our heroes investigate Richard's (Chris Coppola) secret bunker.
An M72 LAW is seen in Richard's bunker buried beneath some rifles.
The M72 LAW buried beneath a clutter of rifles in Richard's bunker. The rifles seem to be two Lee-Enfields and a Steyr Mannlicher. Richard obviously loves old bolt action rifles.
An RPG-7 is in the hands of a Taliban/al-Qaeda terrorist named Abdul, a mentally handicapped terrorist. He drops it several times, the final time causing it to go off.
Abdul, a mentally handicapped terrorist, carelessly drops the warhead of his RPG-7.
The RPG-7 goes off when Abdul drops it off a balcony while he was loading it.