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Blood Red Sky

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Blood Red Sky
Digital release poster
Country GER.jpg Germany
Directed by Peter Thorwarth
Release Date 2021
Language German
Studio Netflix
Rat Pack Filmproduktion
Sirena Film
Main Cast
Character Actor
Nadja Peri Baumeister
Elias Carl Koch
Eightball Alexander Scheer
Farid Kais Setti
Bill Morris Gordon Brown

Blood Red Sky is a 2021 action horror film, featuring Peri Baumeister as Nadja, a woman involuntarily infected with vampirism who finds herself on a hijacked flight with her son Elias (Carl Anton Koch).

The following weapons were used in the film Blood Red Sky:



Heckler & Koch P30

The Heckler & Koch P30 is used by the majority of the terrorists including Berg (Dominic Purcell), Karl (Roland Møller), Robert/Eightball (Alexander Scheer), Jurij (Jan Loukota) and Curtiz/Hightower (Chidi Ajufo). They acquire them after murdering several Bundespolizei air marshals on the flight. One of the P30's is later used by several of the passengers, including Nadja (Peri Baumeister), Rainer Huber (Rainer Reiners) and Todd (Rutger Lysen) towards the end of the film.

Heckler & Koch P30 (2006-present) - 9x19mm
Robert/Eightball disarms air marshal Michael of his P30.
Farid is held hostage with the P30.
Berg dual wields the deceased marshals pistols after taking control of the plane.
Karl aims his pistol at Robert/Eightball.
Berg threatens a hostage to force Nadja to open the cabin door.
Curtiz/Hightower opens fire with one of the marshal's sidearms.
A marshal's sidearm lays within Elias' view.
Elias aims the P30 at Robert/Eightball.
Nadja opens fire at Eightball in the armoured Mercedes.
A discarded P30 on the cabin floor.
Rainer Huber aims the pistol at Nadja.
Todd opens fire on Eightball.

CZ 75 Compact

In several continuity errors, the pistol held by Robert/Eightball (Alexander Scheer) switches from a Heckler & Koch P30 to a CZ 75 Compact.

CZ 75 Compact (with accessory rail)
Robert/Eightball aims his pistol.
A closeup of the continuity error CZ75 Compact.
A side view of the pistol.

Glock 17

Several British Army soldiers are seen carrying the Glock 17 as their standard issue sidearm.

3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm.
A British Army sniper's holstered Glock 17.
The Special Forces leader (centre right) with a holstered Glock.
The USKF soldier with the shield (centre) aims a Glock 17 with an attached flashlight during the rescue of Elias.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP7

Several UK Special Forces soldiers are seen armed with a Heckler & Koch MP7.

Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with 40-round magazine - 4.6x30mm
The USKF soldier's MP7 as he takes Elias into custody. Note the EOTech sight.
A soldier with an MP7 prepares to breach Transatlantic 473.

Brügger & Thomet MP9

Several UK Special Forces soldiers are seen carrying the Brügger & Thomet MP9 when they board Transatlantic 473.

Brügger & Thomet MP9 - 9x19mm
UKSF soldiers raid the plane with their MP9's.
A side view of a soldiers slung MP9.
A special forces solider opens fire on the vampires.
Two USKF soldiers guard Farid with their MP9's.

Heckler & Koch MP5

At least one of the UK Special Forces soldiers is seen carrying a Heckler & Koch MP5 variant when they board Transatlantic 473.

A brief view of the MP5 before the soldier is attacked.


Double Barreled Shotgun

The elderly vampire Igor (Wolfgang Michael) is seen using a Double Barreled Shotgun when Nadja (Peri Baumeister) returns to the farmhouse where she was turned.

Double barreled shotgun - 12 gauge.
Igor aims the shotgun at Nadja.

Assault Rifles

Enfield L98A2

The majority of British Army soldiers at RAF Drybridge carry the Enfield L98A2 as their standard issue rifle.

L98A2 Cadet General Purpose (GP) Rifle - 5.56x45mm NATO. It is virtually identical to the L85A2 rifle save for the absence of fully automatic capability and a plain foresight blade without a tritium insert.
A British Army soldier in a helicopter with his L98A2.
Soldiers take up positions with their rifles at RAF Drybridge.


A few UK Special Forces soldiers are seen carrying M4A1 variants at RAF Drybridge. This is incorrect, as UKSF uses the C8 SFW.

Colt M4A1 with Aimpoint CompM2 reflex optic, Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
The USKF soldiers train their rifles on the plane as they rescue Elias.
A side view of the soldiers as they approach the plane.

Daniel Defense DDM4 V5

One of the British Army sniper teams sets up what appears to be a Daniel Defense DDM4 V5 as a backup rifle after getting into position.

Daniel Defense M4 V5 with Magpul PMAG magazine and KAC vertical foregrip - 5.56x45mm NATO
The spotter places down the DDM4 V5. Note the distinctive DD pistol grip.
The rifle in the foreground as the sniper takes aim.

Unknown AR-15 Variant (Tan Furniture)

A British Army soldier and a few UK Special Forces soldiers are seen armed with an unknown AR-15 variant with tan furniture.

A member of the British Army sniper team with the unknown rifle.
A UKSF soldier prepares to board the plane with his rifle.

Sniper Rifles

Steyr SSG 08

British Army snipers are seen using a Steyr SSG 08 throughout the film.

Steyr SSG 08 - 7.62x51mm NATO
The sniper takes aim as Transatlantic 473 lands at the air base.
A good view of the rifle and its spare rounds attached to the side.

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