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Damn it, Karl Urban! He's asked how much ammo he has and says "Half a clip, how 'bout you?" Magazine, man, magazine! - Gunmaster45

Pretty much the only thing I didn't like about this movie. Spartan198 05:29, 6 June 2009 (UTC) Spartan198
I thought it was a very good movie, especially the last 1/3 of it. :) It may have not been a verbatim interpretation of the game it was still good. - Mr. Wolf 23:26, 29 August 2011 (CDT)

Moved from main page

FN P90

The weapon on the cover of the DVD case is a recolored FN P90.

Norinco Type 85

The Kid (Al Weaver) used a Norinco Type 85 as his training gun. It's seen in the instructional drills if you watch the making of doom documentary.

Reaper's Pistol

I was just watching Doom literally 5 minutes ago and Reaper's pistol looks more like a Glock to me. Look at it when he hands it to Sam; It has the distinctively shaped Slide, as well as the rail on the bottom. 20:02 - 7/24/2010 - GamerfreakB7

Sarge's Gun

Moved to Discussion for page clean up. - Draco122

I'm watching this movie right now, and Sarge's weapon looks to be an M4, not a G36, by the shape of the butt stock and the front sight.

It's just a G36 in a different shell so it looks like another gun. - Gunmaster45

I've seen the movie just 1-2 days ago,and i get a real look on Sarge's rifle.It's NOT the G36,it's the M4/A1 Carbine.Look closely at the rear half of the gun,you should be able to see M16/M4 charging handle,and there are a few instances where i get good close look(but NOT that close) on the rear half of the gun for a good 5 secs,and the distinctive AR-15 charging handle was clearly visible.Plus the buttstock seemed like the M4 Carbine stock.

It is a G36, but extensively modified with AR15 style parts, look at the picture below. I've got the special edition and the majority of the weapons used for the Prop guns were primarily G36 style weapons, all modified differently to unique style for each character. - Draco122

Anyone can explain the point of huge ass guns if they hold much less ammo than a machine gun and deal about the same damage I see no point

To look futuristic. Spartan198 13:27, 21 August 2012 (CDT)
Sarge's Prop Stunt Gun, notice the AR-15 style rear buttstock and the Red Dot style sight

What is Mac's Gun?

While looking for images of the gun's for the Doom Movie I stumbled upon this wallpaper with a clear shot of Mac's Gun

Mac's Gun, looks to be a fictional weapon

It appears to be some sort of Automatic Grenade Launcher, judging by the strange grenade's in the box magazine as I can't see any other magazines inserted into the weapon. - Draco122

Mac walking into the facility with his modified Heckler & Koch G36.

Mac's (Yao Chin) weapon is also a modified Heckler & Koch G36 with an Underslung Grenade Launcher, the main body and launcher fabricated from resin and aluminium.

I don't think it's a GLM,it's more like a slug-gun to me.


BFG stands of course for "Big Fragging Gun" according to the Doom II Manual; and "Big Fucking Gun" according to the Doom I design specs.

Correct me if I am wrong but the BFG fires some kind of beams, right? I thought only weapons firing bullets/rockets/grenades are allowed on this site... --bozitojugg3rn4ut 12:49, 30 June 2011 (CDT)


I just watched the movie, and there was no 92FS. Duke was using an USP, like the other soldiers. Until someone can upload an image to verify the Beretta, it will be removed. - bozitojugg3rn4ut 12:11, 9 September 2011 (CDT)

Goat's Shotgun

I'm wondering if the last picture on this page here: http://www.doommoviearchive.co.uk/doom-movie-goat-shotgun.html Should be used either with or instead of the current picture for Goat's shotgun being seen in the movie. Seeing a number of Pictures from this site here on the page already makes me wonder why this one wasn't used. Is it something to do with the Site's admin? Copyright? --Clonehunter 11:10, 21 August 2012 (CDT)

Looky what I found


What channels does one go through in getting permission to use one of these pics? Just email the site and ask? They have a number of others we might be able to put to good use, such as a stunt M4 from Transformers: Dark of the Moon, a stunt M4 used by Emile Hirsch in Lone Survivor, and a few stunt versions of Dwayne Johnson's customized G21s in G.I. Joe: Retaliation. Spartan198 (talk) 18:57, 2 January 2015 (EST)

Since we're using them for analysis commentary and / or criticism we have a reasonable argument for just grabbing them and claiming Fair Use, but it would be more polite to try emailing them and asking for permission. If they don't answer at all, fair use, if they say no we don't really need them so go with it, if they say yes they'll probably just ask for the captions to include a copyright note like E. James Small asked me for with the Psychlo Blaster prop photos he sent me when I asked him about Battlefield Earth. Evil Tim (talk) 19:11, 2 January 2015 (EST)
Um, we're already using some images from Propstore on pages here on the site, so I don't think there's any specific process that needs to be done for further use. I agree, a formal request would be courteous but isn't absolutely necessary. The image can be used I think, especially if there's a credit and link back to the source included as part of the thumbnail description, like the other outside-sourced images used on the site. StanTheMan (talk) 22:26, 2 January 2015 (EST)

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