Krags have figured prominently in many Hollywood "epics." I saw Gunga Din the other night and all the "British troops" were carrying Krag rifles and school carbines while the Thugees had Trapdoor Springfields. A bit of artistic license if I say so myself!
In one of the early WW2 films (I think it was a John Wayne flick) the Japanese were all armed with Krags.
There was also a movie made from one of Pearl Buck's books and the Chinese guerillas had Krags and Trapdoors.
How about the 1932 King Kong. The S.S. Venture's crew carried Krags and M92 Winchester carbines.
Last edited by Krag; 11-22-2008 at 02:02 PM.
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[Points to sword] But this....this you can trust!"
Conan the Barbarian, 1982