Largo Winch II
Largo Winch II (also known as Largo Winch II: The Burma Conspiracy) is a 2011 French/Belgian film based on the Belgian comic book series of the same name directed by Jérôme Salle and starring Tomer Sisley in the title role. It is a sequel to The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch.
The following weapons were used in the film Largo Winch II:
One of the Thai gangsters in the pub put on the table a nickel plated Colt M1911A1 pistol.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
When Largo's Boat is raided, the policemen carry MP5A3s with Navy triger groups and MP5F stocks.
Rifles & Carbines
A Burmese freedom fighter is seen with an AK-47 while dressed as a Junta soldier.
The policemen in Bashkortostan carry AKMSU rifles.
One member of Dragan Lazarevic's security company has a Beretta ARX-160.
Most of the Burmese freedom fighters have M1 Carbines.
The Burmese Junta uses Type 56 assault rifles. Kadjang (Praptpapol Suwanbang) carries one while dressed as a Junta soldier. Notes: Must be noted that the Burmese Army never used AK variants in service, albeit the standard issue rifle of Burma was the MA-1 Mk.I which is a Burmese rifle inspired by the Galil but due the wooden stock and handguard still resemble an AK. Thus is likely that the Type 56s in those movies were used as stand-ins for the MA-1 Mk. I rifle.
Some guards at the Makiling military camp are seen with underfolding stock AK rifles, possibly Type 56-1s.
SIG SG 552
A henchman in Bashkortostan is seen using a SIG SG 552 during the car chase. One member of Dragan Lazarevic's security company also uses a SIG SG 552.
One of the Burmese freedom fighters has a SKS.
One of the Junta militias is using an M2 Flamethrower.