King Kong Lives
King Kong Lives is the 1986 sequel to the 1976 adventure film remake. King Kong director John Guillermin returned as director and Dino De Laurentiis returned as producer. Set 10 years after the 1976 film, the sequel follows Kong, who is brought back to life and subsequently escapes his captors. The film's cast includes Linda Hamilton and Brian Kerwin.
The following weapons were used in the film King Kong Lives:
Jay (Herschel Sparber), one of the hunters who try and capture Kong, wields a Marlin Model 336 at his buddies, as they start taunting Kong. It is distinguished from the Winchester Model 1894 by the side ejection port and flat-top receiver.
M16A1 assault rifles are used by Nevitt's men throughout.
M60 machine guns are seen mounted on numerous military vehicles.
M79 Grenade Launcher
At one point the soldiers fire concussion grenades at Kong using M79 grenade launchers.
M203 grenade launcher
An M203 grenade launcher is seen mounted on one soldier's M16.
Two soldiers wield M2 flamethrowers against Kong in one scene.
An M134 Minigun is seen mounted on helicopter gunships which strafe Kong atop the World Trade Center in stock footage from the previous film during the pre-credits sequence.
Browning M2s are mounted on several military vehicles.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
When Kong happens upon a small lakeside town, an elderly man shoots at him ineffectually with a shotgun.
Various Shotguns & Rifles
The hunters who go after Kong use a variety of different shotguns (mostly lever action) and a few rifles.