The following weapons were used in the film 7 Seconds:
Dracula md. 98
The main pistol seen throughout the film is the Dracula md. 98, a Romanian made variant of the Stechkin APS. Although the pistol is capable of firing full automatic, and at several points in the movie it does so, the sound of the pistol is that of a semi automatic pistol firing fewer shots than the physical gun does. In several shots the pistol can be seen using a spare magazine as a vertical grip.
Sgt. Kelly Anders (Tamzin Outhwaite) carries a Beretta M951, a very incorrect pistol for a British Military Police woman. The pistol in question differs slightly from the the standard M951 having a differently shaped slide release, so it is possible that this is a foreign clone.
Reck Miami 92F
Nickel Reck Miami 92F
The Dracula md. 98 carried by one of the robbers changes to a SIG-Sauer P226 for one shot. This is likely a rubber stunt pistol, due to it being used in a stunt.
This unidentified revolver is used by one of the gangsters whilst interrogating Jack Tuliver.
The armed robbers use the Romanian Sadu ASALT-96 submachine gun as their main weapon. It can also be seen in photographs and flashbacks being carried by Jack Tuliver (Wesley Snipes) whilst in the US Army.
Hatsan Escort AimGuard
What appears to be the Hatsan Escort AimGuard shotgun is seen in the hands of the armed robbers, gangsters and Bucharest Police.
PM md. 63
Several PM md. 63 rifles (Exported as the AIM) can be seen being used by guards. They have had the standard furniture removed and have black plastic stocks and handguards.
PA md. 86
Several gangsters carry PM md. 86 rifles (Exported as the AIMS-74). It can be seen with the vertical grip handguard, as well as the straight handguard.
PM md. 90
Several gangsters carry PM md. 90 rifles (Exported as the AIMS). It can be seen with the vertical grip handguard, as well as the straight handguard.