King Kong (2005)Edit
In the 2005 movie, just before the Skull Island native was about to brutally murder filmmaker Carl Denham, Englehorn killed him with his Luger, saving Carl's life. Capt. Englehorn's Luger was an "Artillery" Luger, which has a longer barrel than a standard Luger pistol.
In the gameEdit
The Pistol appears in the game adaption of the movie as a basic firearm. The pistol is in fact the very first gun that Jack acquires in the game just after Carl's expedition arrives on Skull Island. Jack obtains a pistol with 100 bullets after selecting Hayes, who throws him one saying: "9mm luger. Be careful, the trigger's sensitive". The pistol fires eight 9mm bullets at a time, as well as having an average range and a quick reload speed, making it good for beginners. The pistol is useful against pests and weaker predators, but the bullets are not entirely powerful, making kills on big predators time-consuming.
- Pistol: this is a classic firearm. Although not very powerful, the Pistol can repel an enemy, but killing anything with it will be difficult. The magazine contains five cartridges.
◾Though the Luger is shown in both the game and movie, the one in the game is more of a standard variant, where as the one carried by Englehorn in the movie is an Artillery variant. Which means the barrel is longer and has an iron sight on it.