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Wolf Creek

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Wolf Creek (2005)

Wolf Creek is a 2005 Australian horror thriller film co-written and directed by Greg McLean. The film focuses on three backpackers who find themselves held captive in the Australian outback by Mick Taylor (John Jarratt), a sadistic serial killer. The film's screenplay was based somewhat on the true stories of serial killer Ivan Milat and the murder of Peter Falconio and the assault of his girlfriend Joanne Lees. A feature film sequel was released in 2013, and a television web series premiered on Stan in 2016.

The following weapons were used in the film Wolf Creek:


Remington Model 541

Mick Taylor (John Jarratt) carries what appears to be a vintage Remington 541 or 581 rimfire rifle chambered in .22 LR as one of his primary weapons. It is used by Mick to terrorize his victims and later briefly used by Liz Hunter (Cassandra Magrath). Coincidentally, the 541 was discontinued in 1999, when the film takes place. In reality, the actual rifle used by Ivan Milat was a .22-caliber Ruger 10/22.

Remington Model Five - .22 LR
"Nothing happens when the bolt's open..."
"... UH-OH!!" - Mick Taylor (John Jarratt) closes the bolt.
The Remington in action.
A nice shot of Mick loading the magazine showing the .22 LR rounds, proving it to be a .22 Remington.
Liz Hunter (Cassandra Magrath) holds the Remington.

Tikka 595

Mick Taylor's long-range sniper rifle seen during the infamous road scene appears to be a Tikka 595 in .308 caliber. It is not the Remington seen earlier, noted by the stock and magazine, and the impressive distance the shot is fired from. It seems Mick uses a .22 to toy with victims but a more serious sniper rifle for hunting victims. Its appearance is quite accurate for the film; Tikkas are popular in Australia, along with Sakos.

Tikka Master M595 LH for left-handed shooters, without magazine - .308 Winchester
Mick holds the Tikka.


Double Barreled Shotgun

Mick also uses a Double Barreled Shotgun of unknown make and model. It is never seen closely enough to identify.

1960s-era Stevens double barreled shotgun - 12 Gauge
Mick holding the double barreled shotgun.
Mick firing the double barreled shotgun.

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