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Hunting Party, The (2007)
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The Hunting Party is a 2007 war drama about discredited war correspondent Simon Hunt (Richard Gere) who takes along journalist Benjamin (Jesse Eisenberg) and cameraman Duck (Terrence Howard) on an unauthorized mission to track down the No. 1 war criminal at large in Bosnia, Dr. Bogdanović, a.k.a. "The Fox".
The movie is loosely based on real-life events in Bosnia in 2000 when 5 journalists set out on a similar mission to track down convicted war criminal Radovan Karadžić, the former President of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Interestingly, two members of that group have cameo’s in this movie as journalists.
The following weapons were used in the film Hunting Party, The (2007):
Goran (Miraj Grbic), a thug working for smuggling godfather "The Midget", pulls out a Ruger SP101 with 3" barrel to threaten Simon.
Several Serbian thugs carry the Beretta 92FS as their side-arm. Interestingly the gun is never shot but used only as a means of threat.
In the Sarajevo hotel scene, another thug send by Dr. Bogdanović uses a Walther P1 to threaten Simon.
During the rescue scene, a NATO special forces operative carries what appears to be a SIG-Sauer P226 in a leg holster.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
During a flashback scene to the Bosnian War, Dr. Bogdanović can be seen accompanied by two bodyguards carrying Heckler & Koch MP5A3s.
Rifles / Carbines
CZ 550 Magnum
Dr. Bogdanović, a.k.a. “The Fox” (Ljubomir Kerekes) can be seen with a CZ 550 Magnum during several hunting scenes.
Heckler & Koch G3A3
The Heckler & Koch G3A3 is seen in the hands of apparent Somali government troops during a flashback to Somalia. Also, the rifle is seen in the hands of Dutch UN troops in Bosnia.
Heckler & Koch G36C
NATO special forces sent to save Simon, Duck and Benjamin from a Serbian prison all carry the standard Heckler & Koch G36C without attachments.
Another weapon seen during the flashback scene to Somalia is the AK-47, carried by a militia member at the railway settlement.
FN FAL "G Series"
Also seen during the flashback scene is a FN FAL "G Series", in the hands of a militia member in a pickup truck driving through the railway settlement.
“The Nine Fingered Man” (Branko Smiljanic), a hunting buddy of Dr. Bogdanović, carries an unidentified bolt-action hunting rifle with a scope.
During a flashback scene to Somalia, an MG42/MG3-style machine gun can be seen. Due to this scene being shot in Croatia, it is most probably a locally produced Zastava M53.
A Zastava M72, the Yugoslavian version of the Russian RPK-74 machine gun can be seen firing at a location where a news crew is hiding during a flashback to the Bosnian War.
In several scenes, the Zastava M84, a Yugoslavian copy of the Russian PK MG can be seen mounted atop vehicles. They are easily distinguishable by their solid stocks.
As Simon watches television at his Sarajevo hotel room, Chuck Norris can be seen in a scene from Missing in Action with an M60 machine gun.
Maverick Model 88
A suspicious roadhouse waiter (Semir Krivic) near the village where Dr. Bogdanović is said to be hiding, pulls out a Maverick Model 88 on Simon, Duck and Benjamin.
A Serbian trooper can be seen firing an RPG-NH-75 from the back of a jeep during a flashback scene to the Bosnian War.