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Snake Eater II: The Drug Buster

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Snake Eater II: The Drug Buster
Cinema Poster
Country CAN.jpg Canada
Directed by George Erschbamer
Release Date 1990
Studio Cinépix
Moviestore Entertainment
Main Cast
Character Actor
"Soldier" Jack Kelly Lorenzo Lamas
Dr. Pierce Michele Scarabelli
Speedboat Larry B. Scott

Snake Eater II: The Drug Buster is a 1990 action movie directed by George Erschbamer and starring Lorenzo Lamas as "Soldier" Jack Kelly. It is a sequel to Snake Eater (1989); two years later is was followed by Snake Eater III: His Law.

The following weapons are seen in the movie Snake Eater II: The Drug Buster:


Custom Auto Ordnance M1911A1 ?

During his attack on pushers' "stronghold" Kelly (Lorenzo Lamas) uses some version of M1911A1. The pistol has slanted grooves on the slide, grip safety like M1911A1 and barrel compensator. It can be a custom version of Auto Ordnance M1911A1.

Auto Ordnance M1911A1 - .45 ACP. This is a well worn blank adapted movie gun used in multiple World War 2 movies as a substitute for the Colt M1911A1.
Kelly's M1911-style pistol.
Kelly (Lorenzo Lamas) loads his M1911.
Kelly uses his pistol to hit one of the pushers with its grip.
Kelly with his pistol.
A good view on the shape of the pistol.

Beretta 92F

Several mobsters are armed with Beretta 92F pistols. In the final scene Kelly (Lorenzo Lamas) takes Beretta from the body of a mobster and uses it during the shootout.

Beretta 92F - 9x19mm. The cosmetic differences are very slight and hard to see between this gun and the newer 92FS. Most of the changes are the inner workings of the gun.
A mobster with Beretta 92F.
Kelly (Lorenzo Lamas) with Beretta 92F.

Beretta 84BB

Rico (George Buza), the bodyguard of the mobster boss, is armed with Beretta 84BB.

Beretta 84BB (earlier version with round trigger guard) - .380 ACP.
Rico (George Buza) with his compact Beretta 84BB in ambush.
Rico holds Kelly at gunpoint.
The pistol on the floor.

Unidentified snub-nose revolver

In the final scene police officers - Lt. Broderick (Mark Brennan) and Det. Forester (Kathleen Kinmont) - are armed with snub-nose revolvers. They are seen too briefly to be identified.

Broderick (Mark Brennan) with his revolver.
Liza Forester (Kathleen Kinmont) with her revolver.

Submachine guns


In the final scene one of the mobsters is armed with the Uzi SMG. After he is killed, Speedboat (Larry B. Scott) takes his weapon. Later Kelly used it to jam the door.

IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm.
A mobster with Uzi is shot by Kelly.
Speedboat (Larry B. Scott) with Uzi.
Kelly used Uzi to jam the door.

Unidentified SMG

One of the pushers is armed with a compact SMG. Only a muzzle of the weapon is seen so it's hard to identify it. Most likely it is MAC-10 or Cobray M11/9.

A pusher firies his compact SMG from behind the steel door.


Double barreled shotgun

Speedboat (Larry B. Scott) appeares in one scene with double barreled side by side coach gun.

Remington SPR210 Shotgun Hammerless Coach Gun - 12 Gauge.
Speedboat (Larry B. Scott) with his shotgun.

Other weapons

Mk 2 hand grenade

Kelly (Lorenzo Lamas) has several Mk 2 grenades at his disposal and uses one of them during the attack on pushers' "stronghold". They are identified as training grenades by the body shape.

Mk 2 training grenade (the blue training color has been painted to look like live Mk II) and also note the slight difference between the training dummy's body shape and the real thing. This is the most common version seen in films since no movie uses live ordnance and many productions don't bother trying to get mockups that look exactly like the live Mk II.
Several Mk 2 grenades are seen in Kelly's weapon box.
Kelly (Lorenzo Lamas) prepares the grenade to throw.

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