Iconic fictional and real firearms from film (70 Pics)

LAPD 2019 blaster, Blade Runner 

Screen used prop
The blaster is a combination of the Steyr-Mannlicher Model SL rifle and a Charter Arms Bulldog revolver, along with various custom made parts.

Charter Arms Bulldog revolver

Steyr-Mannlicher Model SL rifle
SN-9 Wasp Revolver, Avatar
Screen used prop, only one was made (with a stunt version)
The Wasp revolver is actually a Ruger GP100 .357 Magnum with a custom scope, laser attachment, and barrel.

Ruger GP100 .357 Magnum

AVR-30, Avatar
Built around a M60 machine gun. A slightly different version (different custom parts) is mounted on the airships.

M60 Machine Gun

Zastaba Nosle CSN-M22, Ghost in the Shell
While an anime, the CSN-M22 borrows heavily off of the P-90, with a rear-end similar to the FN 2000

Concpet Art

FN 2000 (with scope)
Mateba M-M2007, Ghost in the Shell
Carried by Togusa in various Ghost in the Shell media, this Mateba is based off of the Mateba Model 6 Unica, which borrows from the Mateba 2006M

Mateba 2006M

This gun is also used in Trigun

AGL Arms Factory .45 Long Colt, Trigun

Concept Art
This is Vash's revolver from Trigun. It is heavily based off of the Mateba revolvers.
Korben's handgun, The Fifth Element
Screen used prop
Vektor CP1
Muldoon's shotgun, Jurassic Park
Franchi SPAS-12 shotgun (Also in Aliens)
The foreend and heatshield were also used on the Pulse Rifle from Aliens.

M41A Pulse Rifle, Aliens

Screen used prop
The main weapon is a Thompson with a green casing built around it. The Grenade Launcher is actually a Remington 870 shotgun with a SPAS-12 heat shield (reversed sides.)

M1 Thompson, main gun

Chiappa Rhino 50DS, Total Recall (2012)
Chiappa Rhino 50DS.
The film version of this gun features custom barrel weights with small green LEDs.

Winchester 1887, Terminator 2: Judgement Day

Screen used prop
There are three versions of this shotgun in the film: Rosebox version, motorcycle version, and a rubber prop for stunt work. The motorcycle version was made to allow Arnold to flip cock it. However Arnold mistakenly grabbed the wrong gun prop once and nearly broke three fingers trying to cock it.

M79 Grenade Launcher, Terminator 2: Judgement Day

M79 grenade launcher
MM1 Grenade Launcher, Terminator 2: Judgement Day
MM1 Grenade Launcher (uses CS grenades in film)
Tech Com rifles, Terminator 2: Judgement Day
Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup

Some of these props were actually the same ones used on Total Recall.

Westinghouse M95A1 Phased Plasma Rifle

Screen-used prop
Calico M960 9mm submachine gun
The majority of the screen used prop is built around this Calico variant.

Morita Mark I Rifle, Starship Troopers

The Morita Mark I Rifle is a combination of several weapons. The main weapon is a Ruger Mini-14/AC-556 rifle with a underslung Ithaca 37 shotgun, M60 style muzzle break, and a Muzzelite MZ-14 bullpup stock and grip.

Movie prop
Ruger Mini-14/AC-556 rifle
Ithaca 37
Muzzelite MZ-14
Samaritan, Hellboy
While the Smaritan is an original prop, it seems to borrow from the Mateba Model 6 Unica revolver

Mateba Model 6 Unica revolver
Steyr AUG, Die Hard
Just a standard AUG.

Steyr AUG
Tech Com Plasma Gun, The Terminator
This is actually just a Valmet M82A with a unique scope on it.

Valmet M82A
BONUS: Look familiar?
Michael Beihn's flashback scene from The Terminator is the inspiration for the box art for the original Metal Gear game.

Sage Control Ordnance Deuce Revolution double barreled over-and-under grenade launcher, Underworld: Awakening
The launcher
Laser guns, Moonraker
These are IMI UZI replicas, apparently store bought toys.

Colt Commando M733, The Living Daylights
In the film, Brad Whitaker has this gun fit with a  transparent bullet-resistant shield.

Taurus Judge aka "SHOTGUN REVOLVER," Max Payne
In Max Payne (film), Wahlberg uses a Taurus Judge as a backup rifle. What some people might not know is that this gun FIRES SHOTGUN SHELLS.

Taurus Judge
Arnold's pistol, The Terminator
Arnold acquires a AMT Hardballer Longslide M1911 with a primitive laser pointer.

The prop seen in the film
Laser pointers were rare at the time during production of the film, and the battery power wasn't that great. Wires ran through his jacket all the way to his other hand where the battery is, where he could activate the laser.

AMT Hardballer Longslide M1911
"Magnetic Accelerator" Rifle, Demolition Man
The weapon Snipes calls a "phaser gun" is actually a mockup of a Heckler & Koch G11. At the time the G11 was still in the experimental stage. A cast was made of a actual G11 prototype that was loaned during production

HK G11
XM-29 OICW "tank buster", Die Another Day
In the film, Col. Moon has a new weapon which he describes as a "tank buster." This is a XM-29 OICW. However, the XM-29 was still in the design phase. In fact the prop seen in the film is a cover over a G36K.

The prop
The G36K.
Only a few parts of the original weapon can be seen in the film such as the magazine, and lower receiver.

A real XM-29 OICW
This weapon is a grenade launcher with a rifle attached underneath.

Armalite AR-7, You Only Live Twice & From Russia With Love
The Armalite Ar-7 is a lightweight combat rifle that can be disassembled and stored into the stock.

Today the weapon is called the Henry US Survival Rifle.
MBA Gyrojet Pistol and Rifle, You Only Live Twice
In the film Tiger Tanaka says that these guns fire rocket-propelled rounds. This is partially true. The Gyrojet series fired small rockets called "Microjets." The Gyrojet series has long since been out of production. The rifles/pistols go for around $1000 with rounds costing around $100.

Ninja Commandos firing Gyrojet Carbines
Gyrojet Carbine
Gyrojet Rifle
Gyrojet Pistol
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