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|Project Wolf Hunting |
Theatrical release poster
|| South Korea
||Cheum Film |
||Well Go USA Entertainment (USA, theatrical)
Project Wolf Hunting is a 2022 science fiction action thriller film. In a world where South Korea has made a deal with the Philippines to keep Korean prisoners on Philippine soil, a group of hardened criminals being transferred back to Korea on a cargo ship break out and start a riot, as a living superweapon awakens in the ship and threatens the lives of both the prisoners and police officers transferring them.
The following weapons were used in the film Project Wolf Hunting:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Lee Da-yeon (Jung So-min) uses a Glock 26 throughout the movie. Lee Seok-woo (Park Ho-san) takes the pistol after her death.
Glock 26 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Lee Da-yeon (Jung So-min) peeks out of a corner with the G26 in hand.
The Glock 26 on the floor of the ship.
Da-yeon holding the pistol while in cover. Note the sticker on the slide.
Da-yeon getting shot while holding the pistol.
Lee Seok-woo (Park Ho-san) threatens a pilot into flying them away from the ship with the Glock.
The Beretta 92FS is used by multiple characters throughout the movie.
Multiple Berettas in a supply crate.
A bloody 92 on the floor.
In a flashback, Lee Do-il (Jang Dong-yoon) points an 92 at a Filipino police officer (Christian Lagahit).
Alternate view of the same scene.
A 92FS in a pilot's holster.
The pilot shoots Seok-woo with the 92.
Beretta 92FS Compact
The Beretta 92FS Compact is used by multiple characters throughout the movie, a few of these usages having continuity errors with characters that use the Beretta 92FS.
Beretta 92FS Compact - 9x19mm
A 92FS Compact being aimed.
Close-up of Alpha aiming the 92. When viewed at full size, the marking "MOD.92FS COMPACT" can be seen.
Oh Dae-woong (Sung Dong-il) shoots Choi Myeong-ju with his 92FS Compact.
Dae-woong aiming the pistol.
Kim Kyu-tae (Jung Moon-sung) with a silenced 92FS Compact.
Kyu-tae holding one of the co-captains of the ship at gunpoint.
Lee da-yeon (Jung So-min) disarming Kyu-tae. The pistol is fully visible in this shot.
Nambu Type 14
In a flashback, several Japanese soldiers are seen using the Nambu Type 14.
Nambu Type 14 - 8x22mm Nambu
An Imperial Army officer attempts to use his Type 14 to kill Alpha.
An officer aims his Type 14.
An officer drops his Type 14 as he is killed by Alpha.
The officer from earlier finds himself at the mercy of Alpha.
Alpha picks up a bloody Type 14 on the ground.
A Filipino police officer's holstered pistol in news footage.
Filipino policemen stand ready for the arrival of the bus carrying the Korean prisoners. Pistols are visible in their holsters.
Alpha grabs a pistol from an operative's holster in the film's climax.
Filipino police officers are seen aiming unknown Glocks at Lee do-il (Jang Dong-yoon) after he shoots another officer.
Colt Pythons are used by multiple characters throughout the film.
Colt Python Snub Nose with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum
The revolver on the floor of the ship.
Lee Seok-woo (Park Ho-san) looks down an elevator shaft with his Python in hand.
Close-up of Seok-woo's Python.
Park Jong-doo (Seo In-guk) firing a revolver.
Lee Seok-woo (Park Ho-san) loads a revolver while in cover.
Seok-woo with the revolver.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
The Heckler & Koch MP5A3 is used by the operatives in the film's climax. Some of them have Surefire weaponlight forends.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Navy trigger group and MP5F stock - 9x19mm
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight - 9x19mm
An operative walks past holding the MP5.
An operative aiming his MP5.
Dae-woong and the operatives. Some of them can be seen holding MP5s.
An operative with an MP5 encounters Alpha.
The AKS-74U is featured.
An AKS-74U in a supply crate.
The rifle being carried on a sling.
The AKS-74U being reloaded.
The charging handle is pulled.
Park Jong-doo (Seo In-guk) with the rifle.
Jong-doo firing the rifle.
A custom M4A1 is used by multiple characters in the film's climax.
Colt M4A1 with 4 position collapsible stock, RIS foregrip, folding rear sight, and ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm
An operative with Dae-woong holding a customized M4A1.
Dae-woong talks to Choi Myeong-ju (Jang Young-nam) as an operative next to him holds an M4.
Lee Do-il fighting an operative with the M4.
Do-il blocking bullets with an M4. The bending foregrip reveals that the rifle is actually a rubber prop and not a genuine firearm.
FN SCAR-L CQC
The FN SCAR-L CQC is used by the operatives in the film's climax.
FN SCAR-L CQC Black - 5.56x45mm NATO
The barrel of the SCAR-L is visible on the right.
The SCAR being held by multiple operatives.
An operative aiming his SCAR.
An operative aiming his SCAR at Lee Do-il.
Arisaka Type 99
In a flashback, several Japanese soldiers are photographed with Arisaka Type 99 rifles.
Arisaka Type 99 standard rifle - 7.7x58mm
A group of imperial Japanese officers pose for a group photo with their Korean prisoners.
Winchester Model 1897
The Winchester Model 1897 is briefly used by "Piercing" (Lee Hong-nae).
Winchester Model 1897 Riot - 12 gauge
The 1897 on two boxes on the right.
Piercing (Lee Hong-nae) happily pumps the 1897 as Alpha attempts to kill him.
Alpha catches up to Piercing.
Alpha disarming Piercing, providing a clear view of the barrel.
Light machine guns
FN M249 Paratrooper
Kim Kyu-tae (Jung Moon-sung) uses an M249 Paratrooper.
M249 Paratrooper with Picatinny rail and 200-round drum - 5.56x45mm
The M249 in its case, along with some ammunition.
The gun being taken out of its case, with the forend fully visible.
Kim Kyu-tae (Jung Moon-sung) getting ready to fire the M249.