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Rockabilly Zombie Weekend

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Rockabilly Zombie Weekend (2013)

Rockabilly Zombie Weekend is a 2013 horror film set in Central Florida. A military experiment with a new pesticide causes a mutation in the West Nile Virus, causing the mosquitoes infesting the state to become carriers of a new zombie virus. During the rockabilly-themed wedding of Grant (Daniel Baldock) and Becky (Christina Bach) at the old family barn, the infestation suddenly hits and the newlyweds and their families and friends must fight for their lives.

The following guns were use in the film Rockabilly Zombie Weekend:

WARNING: Due to the nature of the screenshots, some plot points may be spoiled. Read with caution.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Layla (Julie Moss) wields a Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolver during the escape from Shifty's Bar.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 - .38 Special.
Layla is attacked after forgetting to load her Smith & Wesson Model 10.

Unknown Glock

A zombified cop (Robert Radosti) is seen with an unknown full size Glock handgun in his holster.

Glock 17 second generation - 9x19mm. Typical of the firearm in the zombie's holster.
The zombie officer lurches forward with a Glock in his holster.

Unknown Revolver

Curtis (J. LaRose) carries an unknown revolver (likely a .357 magnum) when the protagonists find him hiding in the convenience store.

Curtis startled by the protagonists in the back room.

Ruger Security Six

The main handgun in the film (introduced as a character's personal handgun during the wedding) is a Ruger Security Six.

Ruger Security Six - .357 Magnum (Though the revolver could fire .38 special as well, some .38 special only models were offered for sale. This example of a Ruger Security Six is the original (Pre-151 serial number) model with the 'humpback' grip. The frame and grips changed after Serial numbers 151xxx and higher, thus newer grips will not fit the older versions of the same model. Standard barrel lengths offered were 2.75, 4, and 6 inches.
A closeup of Becky (Christina Bach) aiming the Ruger Security Six, showing the trademarks on the frame.
J. Benedict Larmore twirling the Ruger Security Six during a break in filming.

High Standard Flite King

Tommy (J. Benedict Larmore) carries a High Standard Flite King shotgun in the convenience store.

High Standard K121 Flite King - 12 gauge.
Tommy leading the charge with his High Standard Flite King.
Tommy firing the shotgun. The huge muzzle blast is obscuring the zombie he's firing at.

Benelli M3 Super 90

A soldier (Noah Hunter) arguing with a survivor at the airport carries what looks like a (likely airsoft) Benelli M3 Super 90 in a scabbard on his back.

Benelli M3 Super 90 - 12 gauge.
The soldier argues with an angry survivor. The shotgun can be identified by the sling mount in the stock.

Airsoft M4

Airsoft versions of several assault rifles (mostly M4A1s) were wielded by the soldiers at the airport. One soldier carries a model with some kind of red dot sight, while others have flashlights and laser pointers.

A Classic Army M15A4, similar to the airsoft rifles used in the film.
A background soldier holding an airsoft M4A1 with a tubular reflex sight.
Several soldiers advance on the protagonists' truck with airsoft M4A1s. Flashlights are clearly visible shining on several of the guns, and the green dot of a laser is visible at the top of the truck's windshield.

Airsoft M16A4

An airsoft M16A4 is held by one of the soldiers at the airport with what looks like an EOTech holo sight and a vertical foregrip.

M16A4 rifle 5.56x45mm with RIS foregrip, AN/PEQ-2 IR designator and ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm.
A soldier in behind the scenes footage holding his airsoft M16A4. Also visible are the airsoft M4s carried by his comrades and an unknown airsoft pistol in his holster.

Airsoft SCAR-L

An airsoft FN SCAR-L with a black finish is held by a soldier at the airport.

FN SCAR-L with 14 STD barrel - 5.56x45mm.
A soldier in behind the scenes footage holding his airsoft SCAR-L.

Winchester 1894

Bo (Randy Molnar) carries a Winchester Model 1894 when trying to save a doctor (Rusty Riegert) from the zombies.

Winchester 1894 - .30-30.
Bo holding the Winchester with Patti (Melissa Gruver) and the doctor (Rusty Riegert).
Bo holding the Winchester after shooting a zombie at the hospital.


Tommy (J. Benedict Larmore) uses an SKS rifle at Shifty's Bar.

Simonov Type 45 SKS rifle - 7.62x39mm
Tommy preparing to shoot a zombie attacking Grant.
A blurry shot (identifiable by the magazine) of Grant holding the SKS as he lays out Shifty's guns for everyone to take.

Type 56

Becky (Christina Bach) wields a Norinco Type 56 rifle in a promotional poster shot.

Norinco Type 56 with underfolding Spike Bayonet - 7.62x39mm.
Becky holding the Type 56 (with a clearly visible front sight).


A soldier (Noah Hunter) in behind the scenes footage is seen playing with a (fake) M72 LAW rocket launcher.

M72 LAW disposable rocket launcher.
A soldier playing with the fake LAW tube in the background.

Fake Taser

A prop Taser is used by Grant (Daniel Baldock) at the convenience store to shoot a zombie cop in the eye.

A closeup of the fake Taser.

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