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Gallipoli: End of the Road

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Çanakkale Yolun Sonu
Gallipoli: End of the Road
Movie poster
Country TRK.jpg Turkey
Directed by Kemal Uzun
Serdar Akar
Release Date 2013
Language Turkish
Studio Aydin Film
Distributor Warner Bros.
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sniper Mushin Gürkan Uygun
Hassan, Mushin's brother Umut Kurt
Nurse Behice Berrak Tüzünataç
Capt. Ibrahim Adil Fikret Yildirim Urag
Sgt. Enver Çavuş Emir Çiçek
Eyüp Mehmetcan Diper
Kostas Inanç Koçak
Cpl. William Eagle Ben Warwick
Lt. Rush Dean Baykan
Major Steward Stephen Chance

Gallipoli: End of the Road (Original title: Çanakkale Yolun Sonu) is a 2013 Turkish war drama set during the First World War, depicting the battle of two elite sniper during the Battle of Gallipoli. Starring Gürkan Uygun as Ottoman sniper Mushin and Ben Warwick as Australian sniper William Eagle.

The following weapons were used in the film Gallipoli: End of the Road:


Walther P38

The Australian officer who leads the attack on the Ottoman defenses holds a Walther P38 in his hand. Lt. Rush (Dean Baykan) also carries this anachronistic pistol during WWI. It may be intended to stand in for the Luger P08, which was used in the army of the Ottoman Empire, although the two pistols share little cosmetic resemblance.

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
The Australian officer holds a Walther P38 in hand during the attack on the Ottoman coastal defense line.
This pistol in the hands of the Australians may be standing in for a captured or privately purchased Luger P08.
Lt. Rush (Dean Baykan) insert his sidearm into a holster on his belt.

.577 Boxer Revolver (Replica)

Various characters, including the Ottoman first commander and ANZAC commander Major Steward (Stephen Chance), are seen with a revolver. They resemble a .577 Boxer revolver (produced by Webley, as well as Tranter and Adams) but have a number of different details, which implies that it is some kind of replica (possibly molded from plastic or silumin and non-firing).

The first Ottoman commander during the battle on the beach holds a revolver. A similar revolver is later used by Capt. Adil (Fikret Yildirim Urag).
The Ottoman commander during the first battle on beach with his sidearm.
ANZAC commander Major Steward (Stephen Chance) and his aide aim at Mushin with revolvers.

Unidentified revolvers

Various characters are seen with unidentified revolvers.

The aide of ANZAC commander Major Steward aims at Mushin with an unidentified revolver. It looks like some top-break model, such as the Smith & Wesson New Model No.3.


Springfield M1903A3 Rifle

Most Ottoman soldiers, including Eyüp (Mehmetcan Diper), Kostas (Inanç Koçak), Mushin (Gürkan Uygun), his brother Hasan (Umut Kurt), and Capt. Adil (Fikret Yildirim Urag), are armed with anachronistic Springfield M1903A3 rifles, apparently standing in for the 1903 Turkish Mausers.

An M1903A3 Rifle manufactured by Remington Arms for use during World War II. Note the C-type pistol-grip stock - .30-06
Ottoman soldiers Eyüp (Mehmetcan Diper) (left) and Kostas (Inanç Koçak) with others soldiers on the coastal defense line...
...fire their M1903A3 rifles at ANZAC invasion forces.
Sniper Mushin (Gürkan Uygun) wraps his rifle in a green cloth to blend in with the surroundings during his first action.
Hasan, Mushin's brother (Umut Kurt), also becomes a sniper when he serves as quartermaster and saved the life of a commander.
Capt. Adil (Fikret Yildirim Urag) equips himself with a rifle during the final battle.

Gewehr 1888

Some Ottoman soldier also carry Gewehr 1888 rifles on their backs.

Gewehr 1888 in original configuration - 7.9x57mmI Patronen-88
Soldiers marching behind Sgt. Enver Çavuş (Emir Çiçek), Hasan (Umut Kurt), Musnin (Gürkan Uygun) carry Gewehr 1888s.

Carcano M91 Rifle as Mosin Nagant M1891

Cpl. Mushin (Gürkan Uygun) receives from his commander, Capt. Adil (Fikret Yildirim Urag), a Carcano M91 rifle with a scope mocked-up as a full-length Mosin Nagant M1891.

Carcano M91 Long Rifle - 6.5x52 mm
Full-length, Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 - 7.62x54mmR for comparison
Captain Adil assigns to Mushin his best sniper rifle - an Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891.
However, this is actually a modified Carcano M91 rifle...
...but with a different bolt handle taken from another model.
Mushin during his first engagement with his new weapon.

Carcano M91/38 Short Rifle (modified)

The Australian sniper Cpl. Eagle (Ben Warwick) uses a modified Carcano M91/38 Short rifle with a scope.

Carcano M91/38 - 6.5x52 mm. Model 38 (Fucile di Fanteria Mod. 1938) in 7.35×51mm caliber is very similar.
The rifle lacks a magazine.

Carcano M91/38 Short Rifle as Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III*

Australian soldiers use Carcano M91/38 Short rifles mocked-up as Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* rifles.

Carcano M91/38 - 6.5x52 mm
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* - .303 British
The Australian sniper rifle is fitted with an optical sight with a long tube.


Percussion Shotgun

Mushin (Gürkan Uygun) teaches his son Ali (Enes Egemen Güzel) to shoot using a percussion shotgun.

Double Barreled Percussion Shotgun - 10 Gauge

Machine Guns

Vickers MK1 Machine Gun

One of the landing crafts used by the Australian Army is equipped with a Vickers Gun.

Vickers gun with ribbed water jacket - .303 British

Browning M1917

An anachronistic Browning M1917 machine gun is used by ANZAC troops and Ottoman machine gunners. It may be intended to stand in for the Vickers when used by the ANZACs and as Maxim variant when used by the Ottomans.

Browning M1917 - .30-06
An Australian soldier serves as a belt feeder for the Browning M1917 on the landing craft.
A Browning M1917 is also seen in the Ottoman machine gun nest.

Hand Grenades

Model 24 Hand Grenade

The Model 24 Stielhandgranate is used by Ottoman soldiers Eyüp (Mehmetcan Diper) (left) and Kostas (Inanç Koçak). This model was manufactured from 1924, in WWI is anachronistic. It should be a Model 17 Stielhandgranate, but M17 dummy grenades were unavailable.

Model 24 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" high-explosive fragmentation hand grenade

Unidentified Grenade

Cpl. Mushin (Gürkan Uygun) destroys munitions depot of Australian Army by unidentified grenade.



Unidentified Cannon

The ANZAC commander Major Steward (Stephen Chance) fires a cannon at the Ottoman snipers.


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