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Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection

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Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection (1990)

Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection is the 1990 sequel to 1986's The Delta Force. Chuck Norris returns as Col. Scott McCoy, who leads members of the Force on a mission to rescue DEA agents from a brutal drug kingpin. Directed by Aaron Norris, the film was also released as Delta Force 2: Operation Stranglehold. In 1991, a third film, Delta Force 3: The Killing Game, which starred Mike Norris, the son of Chuck Norris, was released.

The following weapons were used in the film Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection:


Glock 17

Maj. Bobby Chavez (Paul Perri) uses a Glock 17. A Glock 17 is taken off of a killed henchman and given to DEA Agent John Page (Richard Jaeckel).

A Generation 2 Glock 17 in 9x19mm. This model added finger stepping and cuts to the backstrap of the frame to make it easier to hold than the Generation 1 model.
A Glock sits on Bobby's pillow as he contemplates murdering Cota.
DEA Agent John Page (Richard Jaeckel) with the Glock.
Page holds the Glock on the captured Cota while the trio faces down General Olmedo's helicopter.


An M1911A1 is used by Col. Scott McCoy (Chuck Norris), Ramon Cota's men, and Delta Force commandos and is briefly picked up by Ramon Cota (Billy Drago).

M1911A1 .45 ACP
McCoy holds his M1911 on a very unimpressed Cota aboard the plane. Note the uncocked ring hammer.
Cota uses an M1911, given to him by his henchman Carlos (Rick Prieto), to kill Bobby's wife Rita.
McCoy holds his M1911 while infiltrating Cota's mansion. Note the properly cocked spur hammer.
McCoy's M1911 lying on the floor (he dropped it when fighting Carlos).
Cota holds McCoy's own gun against him, commenting that McCoy doesn't fear death.
Cota turns the M1911 against himself to demonstrate he, too, doesn't fear death.


Smith & Wesson Model 19

One of Cota's guards uses a Smith & Wesson Model 19 revolver during the firefight at the mansion.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 w/ combat grips - .357 magnum
The guards approach a pinned-down McCoy. The man on the left is armed with a S&W 19.

Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard"

Another one of Cota's guards has a Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard".

Smith & Wesson Model 49 .38 Special
The guards point their guns at the suddenly appearing Delta Force helicopter.

Submachine Guns


Sanchez, Ramon Cota's (Billy Drago) guard in the camo shirt, use IMI Uzis during the car chase. Also seen held by Chuck Norris on the film's poster. He never uses it during the movie however.

IMI Uzi - 9mm.
Sanchez, riding standing up in a Land Rover, with his Uzi.

IMI Micro Uzi

A two tone Micro Uzi (like as seen in Total Recall and The Running Man) were used by some of Ramon Cota's assassins to massacre the DEA agents at a carnival the beginning while disguised as party-goers. Carlos (Rick Prieto) uses a two-tone black and nickel one.

Micro Uzi with 32 round magazine - 9x19mm
Closeup of one of the disguised assassins' Mini Uzis.
The same disguised assassin fires his Mini Uzi.
The disguised assassins open fire. Carlos, with the playing cards hanging from his jester's cap, is in the foreground with his two-tone Mini Uzi.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Delta Force commandos use Heckler & Koch MP5A3s with "slimline" handguards. Chuck Norris is also seen holding a MP5A3 with a mounted underbarrel rotary grenade launcher on the release poster.

Heckler & Koch MP5 9x19mm
Two Delta Force members take cover behind a wall during the firefight at Cota's mansion, H&K's in hand.
Closeup of the barrels.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Delta Force commandos use Heckler & Koch MP5Ks.

Heckler & Koch MP5K 9x19mm
Seen in a hidden compartment inside the Delta Force helicopter.

Sterling SMG

One of Cota's guards seems to use a Sterling SMG in the scene where they kidnap Bobby, Page and the two DEA agents.

Sterling Submachine Gun - 9mm
Held by the guard on the left.


Kalashnikov-type assault rifle

AKMs and Norinco Type 56s are used by Ramon Cota's men.

AKM, Stamped Steel Receiver w/ slant muzzle brake 7.62x39mm
Norinco Type 56, early model with milled receiver - 7.62x39mm
Norinco Type 56 (Imported into the U.S. as the Norinco AKS-47 or AKS-47 Sporter) - 7.62x39mm. Rather than having the underfolder pig sticker Bayonet assembly, this has the standard Bayonet lug underneath the gas block as the AKM and later variants.
A guard with a milled receiver Norinco Type 56 stands by as Cota prepares to execute an old man.
One of the guards at the drug plant fires on the Delta Force helicopter with his AKM during the battle.

M16A1 assault rifle

M16A1 assault rifles are used by Col. Scott McCoy (Chuck Norris) and Ramon Cota's men.

M16A1 with 30 Round magazine - 5.56x45mm.
M16A1 with A2 style handguards - 5.56x45mm.
One of Cota's guards with an M16 as his boss calls him over.
The guard hefts his M16 as he confers with Cota. A grenade is also visible in this shot on the man's vest.
A guard fires at the Delta Force helicopter with his M16 when the Americans raid the drug factories.
A guard at the mansion stands at a balcony with his M16 slung over his shoulder.
In a continuity break, when McCoy (perched on a light fixture) pulls the guard off the balcony, the man's slung M16 disappears. It didn't fall to the balcony when he was seized, because it isn't there in the next shot when McCoy climbs up. One could also argue McCoy would've appropriated it if it was there, too.
During the battle at the village, McCoy grabs an M16 off of a guard he killed.
Another angle of McCoy with his purloined M16.

Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup/Ruger Mini-14

Delta Force commandos use Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup/Ruger Mini-14 throughout the movie.

Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup
A Delta Force member holds a Muzzelite MZ14 during a cleanup sweep of the village.
A Delta Force member with a Muzzelite MZ14 slung over his back as they help the injured hostages get aboard the helicopter.


M20 "Super Bazooka"

A M20 "Super Bazooka"is used by one of Cota's guards during the battle at the village.

The guard takes aim with his bazooka.
The interior lights up as the rocket prepares to fire at McCoy.


M67 Hand Grenade

One of Cota's guards carries a M67 hand grenade on his vest.

M67 fragmentation grenade
The M67 is visible on the man's vest.


Browning M2

A Browning M2 is seen mounted on the Coast Guard patrol boat.

Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG

M60D Machine Gun

An M60D machine gun by the door-gunner on the Delta Force's helicopter to mow down Ramon Cota's men.

M60D machine gun 7.62x51mm NATO
The door-gunner ready for action with his M60.
The M60 being used against the drug factory guards.
The door-gunner firing his M60.

The two helicopters used in the film each have what appear to be movie-prop weaponry attached to them.

Aérospatiale SA 360 Dauphin

In addition to the M60 door guns, the Aérospatiale Dauphin used by the Delta Force has two side-mounted four-barreled rocket launchers.


Hughes AH-6 Little Bird

The helicopter flown by General Olmedo (Mark Margolis) uses side-mounted, dual-barreled rocket launchers as well as a machine gun with a short muzzle mounted in a kind of "box" on the undercarriage.

The launcher appears to be based on TOW missile launchers designed for the MD500 series helicopter.

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