Batman Forever is the third installment in the Tim Burton-influenced Batman film series. The 1995 film starred Val Kilmer as the Caped Crusader, who is challenged by Two-Face (Tommy Lee Jones) and The Riddler (Jim Carrey). The film also stars Chris O'Donnell and Nicole Kidman. Joel Schumacher (A Time to Kill) took over the directing reins from Burton (who remained as an executive producer on this film).
The following weapons were used in the film Batman Forever:
Benelli MP 95E
Arminius HW-9 ST
In keeping with his dual personality, Two-Face uses different variants of the .22LR caliber Arminius HW-9 ST, one blued, one stainless, when he crashes the Riddler's reception. It seems the stainless revolver has pearl grips. The one with pearl grips is probably the same used in Hard Rain.
Colt New Service
Bruce Wayne (Val Kilmer) experiences a flashback where he sees an assailant shooting his parents with a Colt New Service. The man is credited as "Shooter" (David U. Hodges), but since this film appears to exist in the same continuity as Batman and Batman Returns (since Michael Gough returns in his role of Alfred the Butler, along with Pat Hingle as Commissioner Gordon), the assailant should be Jack Napier aka The Joker, who used a Colt New Service in the original film.
Rifles / Carbines
Olympic Arms OA-93/M16A1 Hybrid
Olympic Arms OA-93 upper receivers fitted on what seems to be M16A1 lower receivers (presumably added to allow the weapons to fire fully automatically in the film) are used by the henchmen of Two-Face (Tommy Lee Jones). The guns are fed from MWG Company "The Ninety Rounder" drum magazines with neon light strips powered by two 9v batteries, which are activated by switches on the rear of the magazines. Two-Face later uses the weapon while at the circus performance.
The M16A2 rifles are briefly seen in the hands of the Gotham SWAT team when Batman arrives at the beginning of the film.
M134 Miniguns are dual-mounted on the cars of Two-Face's henchmen when they chase the Batmobile.
Type 69 RPG
At one point, Two-Face uses a Type 69 RPG (distinguishable by the carrying handle) to try and take out the Batmobile.