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Last Grenade, The
The Last Grenade is a 1970 mercenary war film starring Stanley Baker as Maj. Harry Grigsby who is double-crossed by his comrade Kip Thompson (Alex Cord). Harry’s chance for revenge comes when he is unofficially employed by the British government to hunt down Alex, who is wreaking havoc on the Chinese border with Hong Kong. Matters are complicated further when Harry falls in love with Katherine Whiteley (Honor Blackman) the wife of British General Whiteley (Richard Attenborough). Despite boasting a cast of famous actors the film is fairly obscure.
The following weapons were used in the film Last Grenade, The:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Single Action Army
Kip Thompson (Alex Cord) carries a Single Action Army as a secondary sidearm.
Webley & Scott No. 1 Mk. III* Signal Pistol
Harry carries a Webley & Scott No. 1 Mk. III* Signal Pistols on the first infiltration operation.
Several mercenaries carry Sterling L2A1 guns in the film.
Kip uses an Sa 23 submachine gun with a fixed wooden stock.
Gordon Mackenzie (Andrew Keir), Andy Royal (Julian Glover) and Terry Mitchell (John Thaw) all carry FN FAL rifles. All have synthetic furniture and wooden stocks.
Lee-Enfield No. 5 Jungle Carbine
The Lee-Enfield No. 5 Jungle Carbine rifle is the main weapon of the Chinese troops, it is also carried by mercenary troops in Africa.
In the opening scene several mercenaries carry dummy rifles that resemble Lee Enfield No.4s. They lack detail and from the way they are handled it is apparent they are much lighter than real rifles.
Browning M1919 machine gun
Kip uses a Browning M1919 machine gun in the opening scene.
A Bren light machine gun is mounted on the British Landrover escort vehicle.
Harry carries several Mills Bomb grenades in his webbing.
Andy (Julian Glover) uses a light mortar in one scene. This appears to be a British Ordnance SBML 2 inch Mortar, but is never seen properly so identification is impossible.