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Talk:Dirty Dozen: The Fatal Mission, The

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I realize the person who put this together may be a newbie but...I mean come on. The unidentified machine guns are obviously M1919A4s, the belt feds are MG-42s, the "American" and "German" rifles are KAR 98s.--Charon68 19:20, 1 February 2010 (UTC)

In my defense I don't know much about guns. My main goal is to supply pictures and screenshots. - Kooshmeister

And the "automatic pistol" is clearly an M1911A1.


First, the "M1928s" appear to be M1A1s, given the appearance of the rear sight and the location of the bolt actuator on the side, rather than on top. There are no clear shots of whether or not a Cutts compensator is present, but I'm willing to bet it's not.

Also, the "American rifle" is clearly a Mauser 98K or variant, definitely not American.

I deleted the Springfield 1903 section entirely and replaced the M1928 Thompson SMG pics and captions with those of the M1A1 Thompson. --Charon68 10:17, 4 June 2010 (UTC)--

The Springfield section was still in there. I merged it with the Mauser K98K section. I may have seen this film years ago, I don't remember exactly. Did they ever explain why they're using German rifles for bayonet training? Or should just assume a tight budget? --funkychinaman 19:14, 4 June 2010 (UTC)
I think it may have been in the spirit of special ops everywhere...use the enemy's weapons against them. I barely remember this movie but the first sequel with Lee Marvin had the DD using German weapons in order to go "covertly" so this may have been in that vein. --Charon68 01:31, 5 June 2010 (UTC)
Going behind enemy lines dressed as Germans and using German weapons was the entire plot of DD: the Next Mission. From what I can tell in the pictures, it just seems like the producers were trying to save money. --funkychinaman 22:16, 5 June 2010 (UTC)

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