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Talk:28 Weeks Later

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Another one bites the dust. The Winchester


It can't be an SR-25. Look at the mag, it's curved. I don't remember any curved magazines for that kind of weapon. Excalibur01 21:34, 28 March 2009 (UTC)
Yeah, that's a Mk 12 SPR MOD 0 User:AdAstra2009 the magazine also is not long enough in addition to the fact it's curved.
It's a SPR definitely, the SR-25 has no forward assist, the SPR does. User:AdAstra2009
That's no Mark 12. The barrel is too long, not contoured right, has an incorrect muzzle brake, and a railed gas block (something that no SPR or Mark 12 variant has ever had). This particular shot is too dark to make a definite ID. Spartan198 18:26, 21 February 2010 (UTC)


I uploaded a screencap, It's probably a Mossberg 500 User:AdAstra2009



Are you sure that's not a M16A2? User:AdAstra2009
Yeah, it's hard to tell, but it looks to me like it at least has a brass deflector, which the A1 doesn't have I can't tell if the rear sight is A2-style. If not, it's probably a Diemaco C7/Colt Model 715. -MT2008
Not to be a nitpicker here but I thought the Diemaco series of weapons was/is not available to civilian armourers. --Charon68 10:18, 27 October 2009 (UTC)
The earliest C7s were manufactured by Colt, not Diemaco as the Colt 715--AdAstra2009 21:12, 27 October 2009 (UTC)


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(Edit) The rifle is not an M21, but rather an M14 with a DMR setup. The M21 is characterized by an adjustable stock that Doyle's weapon lacks. -Poet

The M21 does not have an adjustable stock, only on the civilian version. The only military version that does is the marine corps' Designated Marksmen Rifle(DMR), and it's stock(McMillam M2A) is similar to the old M14a1 with a pistol grip. This is a plain M21, not a DMR and there is no other M14 version, in any branch, called the DMR. --Zurak 47 10:42, 25 August 2009 (UTC)


Hey i just want to point out here people, that on the 28 weeks later page,the guy says it may be a place holder for the MK 23 Mod 0. That could be incorrect, i have heard of Rangers getting hold of USP 45 Tactical pistols for use as their sidearms.Obviously this guy is not in the Navy so....i doubt he would ever be issued a MK 23. Anyway my point being, it is probably a 45 Tactical and not a Standard 45 USP. But i am just not sure......just my opinion. :)

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Mark-designated weapons aren't restricted to Navy use. That designation only means it was a US Navy development initiative. But from my limited understanding, just about everyone in the Special Operations community hates the Mark 23. SEALs typically use the SIG P226 Navy model. Spartan198 11:18, 15 May 2010 (UTC)

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Maj. Scarlett Ross using the night vision scope.
"I told you I was gonna shoot you."

Sgt. Doyle (Jeremy Renner) Rifle Sling from 28 WEEKS LATER

Hi, would anyone know by chance at all the type of M4 sling Sgt Doyle (Jeremy Renner) may be using for his tactical rifle used during the carousel/ evac scenes? Thanks


in one of the photos of doyles M21 , it shows a sniper and it says it doyle but it looks nothing like him . is that just me?simmons 8492

this dude
Yeah, that is definitely not Jeremy Renner. Spartan198 09:07, 5 May 2011 (CDT)

Red outlines and full screen shots

This has always bothered me. Why are the majority of the screen caps of this movie with red outlines? I don't remember the movie itself having that.

It happens with Windows Snipping Tool. Theres an option to turn it off though. The Kaptain 15:41, 9 June 2012 (CDT)

And also why are screen caps from a full screen of the movie instead of a wide screen? Was this movie released before wide screen was the standard? Excalibur01 10:33, 9 June 2012 (CDT)

Do Snipers Really Do That?

Just watched this movie today and I noticed the snipers all spend a lot of time using their rifles like binoculars. Doyle (Jeremy Renner) actually has his rifle aimed at Andy's head at one point. The most basic rule of gun safety I've ever heard is "Never aim your weapon at something you don't intend to destroy," but I've seen snipers elsewhere do this as well. Is this really something snipers do to get a better look at something? --That's the Way It's Done (talk) 22:34, 2 March 2014 (EST) Godzillafan93

I'm not a sniper so I'm no expert, but my guess is that it's easier to look down the sniper scope than to just set the rifle down and pick up binoculars.-Gunner5
Makes sense.Seems kinda dangerous though. Thanks for the input. --That's the Way It's Done (talk) 21:27, 3 September 2014 (EDT)
As long as one's finger is off the trigger, you're pretty much okay. Contrary to what gun control pundits want people to think, guns don't up and decide to shoot people on their own, after all. Still, though, you're right that it's one of the "commandments" of gun safety to keep your muzzle pointed in a safe direction as any instructor or range master would scold the skin off your bones for doing otherwise. Spartan198 (talk) 06:50, 18 February 2017 (EST)

'Delta Snipers'

Here's one question I have had since I saw this movie. Why are some of these guys referred to as Delta snipers? Is it implied they are members of CAG or something? --Charon68 (talk) 21:07, 21 November 2014 (EST)

That's how they are attributed in the film's credits. --aswiftverdict (talk) 23:02, 6 December 2021 (EST)

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