Rage of Honor is a 1987 American action thriller film directed by Gordon Hessler and starring Shô Kosugi as DEA agent Shiro Tanaka.
The following weapons were used in the film Rage of Honor:
Smith & Wesson Model 36
In the opening scene, DEA agent Dick Coleman (Gerry Gibson) is armed with a Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 36 with square butt - .38 Special
Dick Coleman points his revolver.
Another view of Coleman's revolver.
A grip of the revolver can be seen.
Smith & Wesson Model 19
Havlock (Lewis Van Bergen) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 19 revolver in the scene in the jungle.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum
Havlock points his revolver at Tanaka.
Smith & Wesson Model 10HB
What appear to be Smith & Wesson Model 10HB revolvers are seen in hands of DEA agent Ray Jones (Richard Wiley) and one of Havlock's henchmen.
Smith & Wesson Model 10HB - .38 Special
A close view of Ray Jones' revolver in the scene in the storehouse.
Havlock's henchman fires his revolver.
Colt Detective Special
Several characters are seen with 3rd Generation Colt Detective Special revolvers, including DEA agent Ray Jones (Richard Wiley).
3rd Generation Colt Detective Special - .38 Special
Ray Jones holds his snub nose revolver in the opening scene.
A drug boss fires his snub nose revolver during the boat chase scene.
Colt Official Police
In the opening scene, one of drug dealers is armed with a Colt Official Police revolver. Later this revolver is carried by one of Havlock's henchmen in the scene in the jungle.
Colt Official Police with 5" barrel - .38 Special
A drug dealer holds his revolver.
A drug dealer is surprised by Shiro Tanaka (Shô Kosugi
A henchman on the left is armed with a Colt revolver.
Various characters carry unidentified revolvers. Some of them are seen too briefly to be identified.
In the opening scene, a drug dealer aims his revolver at Dick Coleman (Gerry Gibson
Another drug dealer with his revolver in the same scene.
Havlock's henchman on the left is armed with a revolver.
The same henchman is seen on the right, a grip of his revolver can be seen.
DEA agent Shiro Tanaka (Shô Kosugi) carries a Ballester-Molina pistol in the opening scene and the storehouse shootout. It can be identified due to its uneven slide serrations (and due to the fact that the movie was filmed in Argentina).
Ballester-Molina - .45 ACP
Shiro Tanaka holds his pistol in the opening scene.
A close view of the muzzle.
A typical Ballester-Molina slide serration can be seen.
Shiro Tanaka cocks his pistol.
A side view of Tanaka's pistol.
In the opening scene, Tanaka's Ballester-Molina switches to a Browning Hi-Power. A Hi-Power is also carried by Dick Coleman (Gerry Gibson) in the scene in the jungle.
Classic commercial Browning Hi-Power - 9x19mm
Shiro Tanaka holds his pistol. Note the shape of the hammer.
A close view of the muzzle.
Tanaka points his pistol at a drug dealer.
Dick Coleman drops his Hi-Power when Havlock's henchmen aim their weapons at him and Tanaka's girlfriend Jennifer Lane (Robin Evans).
One of the guards in the storehouse is armed with a M1911A1 pistol.
The guard holds his Colt M1911A1. The pistol has a typical M1911-style slide serration unlike a Ballester-Molina
In the final scene, a treacherous DEA agent is armed with a Mauser HSc.
Mauser HSc with plastic grips - .32 ACP
Note the shape of the trigger guard.
Various characters carry unidentified pistols.
A guard in the storehouse points his pistol at Tanaka. It looks like some compact pistol.
A pistol is seen on the floor near its owner.
The drug cartel lord holds his pistol in the final scene.
Several of Havlock's henchmen are seen with Intratec TEC-9s.
A henchman with his TEC-9.
A close (though blurry) view of the TEC-9.
Halcon Model 1949
Argentinean police officers are armed with Halcon Model 1949 submachine guns. Jorge (Martín Coria), leader of Havlock's henchmen, also carries one.
Argentinean Halcon Model 1949EA - 9x19mm
A policeman with his Halcon Model 1949.
Jorge with his Halcon Model 1949. A folding stock of unique shape can be seen.
The Halcon Model 1949 is seen in the background. A good view of the barrel.
Another view of the Halcon Model 1949.
A view of the muzzle. A bolt handle can be seen.
Remington 870 Folding Stock
One of Havlock's henchmen is armed with a Remington 870 Folding Stock. It is also used in the final scene.
Remington 870 Police Magnum with stock folded - 12 Gauge
A henchman with his Remington 870 in the background. The folded stock can be seen.
A henchman runs with his Remington 870.
A gunman points his Remington 870 in the final scene.
A side view of the shotgun.
Bataan Modelo 71
One of Havlock's henchmen is armed with a shotgun with pistol grip and short barrel. It is Bataan Modelo 71, Argentinean model of Ithaca 37, manufactured by Industrias Marcati. It differs from the Ithaca in several details, including the shape of the support post between the tube and barrel.
Bataan Modelo 71 with sawed-off stock and short barrel - 12 Gauge
A close view of the business end of the shotgun (on the right). Note the shape of the support post between the tube and barrel which differs from the Ithaca shotgun.
A henchman with his shotgun on the left.
A henchman with his shotgun on the left. Note the absense of side ejection port.
Winchester Model 1200/1300
One of the guards in the storehouse is armed with Winchester Model 1200/1300 shotgun. It is seen very briefly.
Winchester Model 1200 Defender - 12 gauge
The guard holds his shotgun. Note the triggerguard.
One of the guards in the storehouse is armed with an M16A1. Several of drug cartel gunmen also use M16A1s in the final scene.
M16A1 with 20-round magazine - 5.56x45mm. What distinguishes it from the original M16 was the addition of a raised rib around the magazine release button, changing of the forward receiver pins, and the addition of the forward assist button on the upper receiver.
The guard with his M16A1.
Two of the gunmen hold their M16A1s with 30-round magazines. One of them readies to throw a Mk 2 hand grenade
In the final scene, several gunmen are seen with CAR-15 carbines. Shiro Tanaka (Shô Kosugi) also captures one and uses it.
Commercial CAR-15 rifle - 5.56x45mm
A gunman is hit by Tanaka's shuriken while holding his CAR-15.
Tanaka fires his captured CAR-15.
The FAL PARA, Argentinean model of FN FAL 50.63 Paratrooper, is seen in hands of one of drug cartel gunmen. It is also used in the final scene.
FN FAL 50.63 Paratrooper with 18" barrel - 7.62x51mm NATO
A gunman fires his FAL PARA. Note the shape of the folding stock that differs from the FN FAL 50.63.
A gunman with his FAL PARA in the final scene.
In the final scene, one of drug cartel gunmen is armed with a Ruger AC556K with 30-round magazine. Shiro Tanaka (Shô Kosugi) disarms this man and takes his rifle.
Ruger AC556K with 20-round magazine - 5.56x45mm
A gunman fires his Ruger AC556K.
Shiro Tanaka holds his captured AC556K.
A close view of the AC556K.
Ametralladora Tipo 60-20 MAG
The Ametralladora Tipo 60-20 MAG, Argentinean model of FN MAG, is mounted on drug cartel's Bell Iroquois helicopter.
Argentinean Ametralladora Tipo 60-20 MAG - 7.62x51mm NATO
A gunman fires the machine gun.
Another view of the machine gun.
In the final scene, one of drug cartel gunmen is armed with an M60E3.
M60E3 machine gun with short barrel as seen in Commando
- 7.62x51mm NATO
A gunman in the pickup truck holds an M60E3 with a short barrel.
Another view of the machine gun.
The drug cartel gunmen fire a rocket launcher from the Bell Iroquois helicopter. The launcher looks similar to the M20A1/A1B1 "Super Bazooka" but differs in several details (note the different shape of grips at the business end). In any case firing the Bazooka from inside the helicopter is very dangerous for the crew.
M20A1 "Super Bazooka" - 3.5 inch
A gunman readies the Bazooka.
Another view of the Bazooka.
M79 Grenade Launcher
The M79 grenade launcher is used during the final scene.
M79 grenade launcher - 40x46mm
A gunman holds his M79 grenade launcher.
The M72 LAW is used during the final scene.
M72A2 LAW - 66mm. The "Empty" marking makes it clear this is a spent tube.
A gunman holds his M72 LAW.
Mk 2 Hand Grenade
Mk 2 hand grenades are used by drug cartel gunmen in the final scene. Shiro Tanaka (Shô Kosugi) also takes a grenade from the body of one of the enemies and uses it to blow up a jeep.
Mk 2 "Pineapple" High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
A gunman with the M16A1 readies to throw a grenade.
Shiro Tanaka readies a grenade.
A grenade lands on the jeep.
One of drug cartel gunmen fires a flamethrower in the scene in the jungle. This weapon looks more like a real one than a film prop. Supposedly it is some model of M2 Flamethrower, maybe Argentinean produced.
A close view of the flamethrower.
A view of the baloons of the flamethrower.
Shiro Tanaka (Shô Kosugi) is armed with a Barnett crossbow when he enters the jungle. He uses it to kill some native tribesmen that attacking him.
Shiro Tanaka holds his crossbow. Note the Barnett logo.
Shiro Tanaka shoots his crossbow.