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R-Point

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R-Point
R-Point film poster.jpg
Theatrical Poster
Country South Korean flag.jpg South Korea
Directed by Kong Su-chang
Release Date 2004
Language Korean
Studio CN Film
CJ Entertainment
Distributor Cinema Service
Main Cast
Character Actor
1stLt. Choi Tae-in Kam Woo-sung
Sgt. Jin Chang-rok Son Byung-ho
Sgt. Jang Young-soo Oh Tae-kyung
Sgt. Cook Park Won-sang
Sgt. Park Lee Seon-gyun
Sgt. Oh Song Jin-ho
Cpl. Joh Byung-hoon Kim Byeong-cheol
Cpl. Lee Jae-pil Jeong Kyeong-ho
Cpl. Byun Mun Yeong-dong


R-Point is a 2004 South Korean war horror film directed by Kong Su-chang. The storyline is set in 1972 during the Vietnam War, and follows a squad of South Korean soldiers who are sent to investigate a missing platoon.


The following weapons were used in the film R-Point:


Handguns

Colt M1911A1

First Lieutenant Choi Tae-in (Kam Woo-sung) is the only squad member who uses a Colt M1911A1.

World War II Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
1stLt. Choi Tae-in (Kam Woo-sung) pointing his M1911A1.

Assault Rifles

Colt M16A1

In some scenes, few ROKA squad members are seen carrying standard M16A1s. The US Army squad members carry M16A1s as well.

M16A1 with 20-round magazine - 5.56x45mm NATO
1stLt. Choi Tae-in (Kam Woo-sung) holds his M16A1.
Sergeant Jang Young-soo (Oh Tae-kyung) with his M16A1.
Three squad members hold their M16A1s.
Corporal Joh Byung-hoon (Kim Byeong-cheol) holds his M16A1.

Colt M16A2

Lieutenant Choi Tae-in (Kam Woo-sung) is seen using an M16A2 built on full-auto receiver with an A1 handguard to impersonate the M16A1. The weapon is distinguished as M16A2 by its complicated range adjustable rear sight and the heavy barrel.

M16A2 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Lieutenant Choi holds an M16A2.
Cpl. Joh holds an M16A2.

Colt M16A4

Sergeant Jin Chang-rok (Son Byung-ho) and few other ROK squad members are seen using an M16A4. Same as the M16A2 above, the A4 in the film is built on full-auto receiver and fitted with an A1 handguard. The weapon is distinguished by its removable carry handle.

M16A4 with carry handle attached and standard A2 handguard - 5.56x45mm NATO

Norinco Type 56-1

In the scene where the ROK squad are engaged by the Viet Cong ambush nest, the Vietnamese soldiers are seen using Norinco Type 56-1s.

Norinco Type 56-1 (under-folding stock variant) - 7.62x39mm
Close view of the Type 56-1's barrel.
A female Viet Cong fighter holds a Type 56-1. Another Type 56-1 is also seen on the right.

Machine Guns

M60

Corporal Lee Jae-pil (Jeong Kyeong-ho) carries an M60 as the ROK squad machine-gunner.

M60 machine gun with bipod extended - 7.62x51mm NATO
Cpl. Lee Jae-pil (Jeong Kyeong-ho) resting the M60 on his shoulder.

Launchers

M72 LAW

Corporal Joh Byung-hoon (Kim Byeong-cheol) is the only squad member who carries an M72 LAW. Lieutenant Choi Tae-in (Kam Woo-sung) later uses the M72 to destroy a Viet Cong nest.

M72A2 LAW - 66mm
1stLt. Choi Tae-in (Kam Woo-sung) about to fire the M72.

Grenades

M26 Fragmentation Grenade

All ROK squad members are seen carrying M26 hand grenades.

M26 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Two M26 grenades strapped to 1stLt. Choi Tae-in's (Kam Woo-sung) flak jacket.
A cooked M26.

M83 Smoke Grenade

Sergeant Jin Chang-rok (Son Byung-ho) is seen carrying an M83 smoke grenade. Corporal Byun (Mun Yeong-dong) also has a few M83s strapped on his AN/PRC-77 radio.

M83 smoke grenade
An M83 strapped on Sgt. Jin Chang-rok's (Son Byung-ho) flak jacket.

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