Karl Alexander Godunov gets ahold of it during a fight near the end of the film as well.
Quite telling are the scene in an early chapter where Ryo protagonist and Umibozu in the occasion, antagonist faced off wielding respectively a RPG-7 bad guy weapon and a M67 recoiless rifle good guy weaponand the whole final arc, in which the villains are mostly armed with MP5s but also have RPG-7s and their boss has a Walther P Strike Witches averts this thanks to its premise of " World War II between humanity in general and an alien threat".
Creedy uses a massive revolver.
Only in the movie. In the graphic novel, they use. The good guys use the AK, while the Georgian opposition use the M4. In Iron Manthe bad guys almost exclusively use Western guns. The Stormtroopers, meanwhile, are given weapons based on the Sterling SMG and Lewis gun, both British designs, but later media tends to base all of their heavier weapons on the MG 34, a machine gun most notably used by Nazi Germany before it was updated into the MG However, the Rocketeer himself uses a Mauser C The film adaptation of Richard III seems to zig-zag on this trope, being set in an alternate dieselpunk Britain.
Richard, a villain, carries the Mauser C96, while Edward ostensibly good and Richmond definitely good carry the Colt Though the villains of Heat use all sorts of firearms throughout the film, the big post-bank-robbery shootout has the more sympathetic Shiherlis and McCauley wielding Colt s AR variant with an This is in comparison to the cops, most of whom use M16s and Mossberg shotguns for that shootout, and with Lt.
One unique use of this trope also revolves around how people use their guns, where the villains - concerned with simply getting away - fire their weapons in full-auto at the cops to try and keep them in cover, while the cops - very mindful of the several innocents caught in their shootout - all return fire with careful single shots to minimize the chance of hitting anyone other than their targets.
Another interesting use is in regards to sidearms, to highlight how Hanna and McCauley are Not So Differentby giving them both good-guy pistols: The movie takes place mostly in the Czech Republic, so the local police tactical units are armed with Warsaw Pact-derived weapons, and are allied with the hero.
The bad guys tend to use Western guns. In The Hunger Games: In the novelization of Rambo: He also asked for a bow and arrows. Interestingly, many of the guns used by the "bad guys," the Others, were obtained from the US Army, generally seen as good guys in other media.
Partly subverted in Jerichowhere the townspeople generally use hunting and police-issue weapons, while the marauding Ravenwood mercs use M4s with all the bells and whistles. Subverted by Sons of Guns.
They have also done prominent builds using other "bad guns" such as four MGs in a quadruple anti-aircraft mount and a folding gun based on the Ingram MAC Subverted in Burn Notice. Played fairly straight on The Walking Dead during seasons 3 and 4.
Dean in Supernatural carries a MA1. The closest thing to a "good" gun is the SIG-Sauer P, which is a police issue weapon and even then, one or two turn up in criminal hands.
Sea Patrol tends to invert this at certain points; given that the protagonists are Australian military, they use the AUG when small arms are needed. Pistol-grip, stockless pump-action shotguns are usually used by bad guys the Australian Defence Force uses a stock-equipped shotgun while self-loading pistols tend to bounce around the ADF uses a Browning 9mm, but handguns in general denote bad guys are they are difficult and complex to acquire legally in Australia.
Other weapons also tend to bounce around, though any weapons not used by the Australian military are usually bad, as the characters end up in hot zones, and are once hunted for sport by a man with a crossbow and a man with a bolt-action rifle and a self-loading pistol, though by the time the pistol is revealed Bird has his rifle with which she shoots him as he tries to draw on her.
The first is that opposing factions start out using different yet often similar weapons, though they may vary more in games where the player can take weapons from deceased enemies.
Ghost Recon In Ghost Recon: AKs are available in multiplayer matches for use by anyone. The original Ghost Recon zig-zags this. In a reversal, Future Soldier enforces this in multiplayer mode: Also, any generic NPC who uses a pistol is using a Beretta.
There was a bit of an attempt to justify it - Zakhaev is an arms dealer, so his forces carrying G36Cs is borderline excusable.
In Modern Warfare 2 in contrast, while the Americans stick to U. If you spray all rival gang tags in the citythe GSF start using MP5s, playing the trope straight mostly, as OGs like Sweet will, with very rare exceptions, still use the Tec-9 during missions.
All other Mooks do not have reflex sights unless they are other Splinter Cells.
Later releases came with official addons that existed mostly to allow players to use the same weapons as the terrorists, but even with both of them active, the submachine gun variant of the Steyr AUG remains a terrorist-exclusive weapon. Subverted in Jagged Alliance 2 both the original game and the v1.
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