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Gallipoli is an Australian-made miniseries, produced for the 100th anniversary of the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign and based on the non-fiction book by journalist Les Carlyon. Thomas "Tolly" Johnson, a 17 year old Australian, lies about his age so he can follow his older brother Bevan to war. With their mates Dave Klein and Cliff Sutton, they endure the eight month campaign, from landing at Anzac Cove, to the August Offensive, and finally the evacuation.
The following weapons can be seen in the miniseries Gallipoli:
Webley Mk. VI
The Webley Mk. VI revolver is carried by Anzac officers fighting in Gallipoli, most notably Captain Eric Taylor (Jeremy Lindsay Taylor) and Anthony Chandler (Anthony Hayes).
Webley Mk. VI - .455 Webley
Taylor holsters his sidearm.
Taylor with his sidearm in one hand and binoculars in the other.
Taylor fires his Webley into charging Turkish soldiers.
Taylor draws his Webley in preparation for a counter-attack.
Chandler draws his Webley before going over the top at Lone Pine.
A Light Horse Officer readies his sidearm before charging at the Nek.
The World War One model Luger P08 is used by Turkish officers. Light Horseman Henry "Stewie" Stewart Watson (Travis Jeffery) is seen with a captured one after a battle with Turkish soldiers.
Henry "Stewie" Stewart Watson (Travis Jeffery
) holds a captured Luger P08.
Stewie examines the Luger.
A Turkish officer with a Luger.
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III
The majority of Anzac soldiers carry the Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III rifle in the miniseries, including all four main characters. In Episode 4, The Deeper Scar, Thomas "Tolly" Johnson (Kodi Smit-McPhee) uses a Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk. III* with magnifying Galilean sights fixed for sniper duty. In Episode 7, The Earth Abides, the famous self-firing rifle designed by William Scurry (a .303 with a string attached to a trigger and a water bucket, causing the rifle to fire when the bucket empties) is seen set up during the evacuation.
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III - .303 British
Thomas "Tolly" Johnson (Kodi Smit-McPhee
) carries a Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* with bayonet fixed during the dawn landing.
Anzac troops fire their rifles at charging Turks. Several are working the bolt-action. The toprifle is a Mk.III and the bottom rifle is a Mk.III*
Sergeant Harry Percival (Matt Nable
) with his rifle when pinned down by a Turkish sniper.
Bevan Johnson (Harry Greenwood
) with his .303 during an attack on a Turkish gun nest.
Tolly aims his .303, fitted with Galilean sights, at a Turkish sniper.
One of the self-firing rifles goes off.
Tolly works the bolt on a self-firing rifle.
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III*
Some Anzac soldiers carry the Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III* rifle, the simplified variant of the No.1 Mk.III with the magazine cutoff and volley sights removed.
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III* - .303 British
Anzac troops fire their rifles at charging Turks. Several are working the bolt-action. The bottom rifle is an Mk.III* and the top rifle is an Mk.III.
Mauser Model 1893
In some scenes, very accurate M1893 Turkish Mauser rifles, which appear to be the unconverted 7.65×53mm original version, are used by Turkish soldiers.
Turkish Mauser 1893 - 7.65×53mm Mauser
A Turkish soldier running towards a machine gun nest under siege. The magazine cut-off is visible and it has no metal plates on the buttstock, both signs of the real M1893 variant (a true rarity).
Mauser Model 1903/30
The post-WWI updated Mauser 1903/30 Rifle is carried by Turkish troops, often fitted with an M1890 bayonet. Identified by the large stripper clip bridges and 7.92x57mm rounds loaded by the Turks during the Battle of the Nek scenes.
Turkish Mauser 1903/30 - 7.92x57mm
A Turkish soldier takes a 1903 Mauser from his comrade.
The soldier fires his Mauser.
Turkish soldiers with Mauser rifles.
A Turkish soldier in the trenches of the Nek.
Mauser Model 1938
Some anachronistic Turkish Model 1938 rifles can be seen used by several Turkish soldiers.
Turkish Mauser Model 1938 - 7.92x57mm ("8mm Mauser")
A Turkish sentry fires at Anzac troops during the dawn landing.
A Turkish sniper aims his Mauser without the large stripper clip bridges.
Working the bolt. A 7.92x57mm round can be seen in the chamber.
Turkish soldiers use the Maxim MG08 in defense. It is seen in Episode 2 My Friend, The Enemy when Tolly charges the gun crew to save his brother, and Episode 5, The Breakout, against the Anzac offensive at Lone Pine and the Nek.
Maxim MG08 on sledge mount - 7.92x57mm
A Turkish soldier takes up a bayonet in defense of his gun nest.
Tolly works to dismantle the gun.
Turkish soldiers carry a Maxim to the front at Lone Pine.
The machine gun out of commission.
Turkish soldiers crawl towards a machine gun nest.
The gunner stands by, finger on trigger.
The gun opens up on Light Horsemen at the Nek.
Jam Tin Grenade
The improvised Jam Tin Grenade, made from empty jam or bully beef tins and filled with gunpowder or dynamite, is used by Anzacs, including Sergeant Harry Percival (Matt Nable).
Sergeant Harry Percival (Matt Nable
) readies a Jam Tin Grenade.
A grenade is thrown into a Turkish bunker at Lone Pine.
No. 15 Hand Grenade "Ball"
The No. 15 Hand Grenade "Ball" is used by both Anzac and Turkish troops. Cliff Sutton (Tom Budge) throws several during a skirmish in Episode 3, A Man Alone.
No. 15 Hand Grenade "Ball".
Cliff Sutton (Tom Budge
) lights a No. 15 Hand Grenade "Ball" with his cigarette.
A Turkish bomb in the trenches of Lone Pine.
Krupp Field Gun
A Krupp field gun, possibly an M1903, is used by Turkish troops.