Braddock: Missing in Action III
The following weapons were used in the film Braddock: Missing in Action III:
Heckler & Koch G3A4 with under-barrel 6 shot launcher
Colonel James Braddock (Chuck Norris) carries as his main weapon a Heckler & Koch G3A4 with a custom under-barrel 6-shot launcher and 30-round magazines. The weapon also has an auto-telescoping bayonet. The under-barrel launcher is similar to the one used by Poncho in Predator.
The M16A1 is first seen held by both ARVN and American soldiers during the fall of Saigon. It's also seen held by Thai border guards and US Army Green Berets at the border.
Both the Type-56 and the (AK-47) are used by Vietnamese soldiers. Colonel James Braddock (Chuck Norris) is seen a Norinco during his escape from the prison camp as well as when he is engaging General Quoc's Mil MI-24 Hind helicopter.
M60 machine gun
The M60 is used throughout the film. The machine gun is first seen mounted as door guns on American Huey helicopters during the fall of Saigon. Vietnamese Huey helicopters also are armed with the M60. It's also mounted in guard towers at the Vietnamese camp.
Col. Braddock is seen with an M1911A1 holstered during the fall of Saigon. Braddock then pulls one on the transport pilot as he and children make their escape from the camp. General Quoc (Aki Aleong) also uses one to fire at Braddock's plane.
Smith & Wesson Model 30
A Vietnamese guard pulls a Smith & Wesson Model 30 when confronted by Braddock.
Smith & Wesson Model 60
During the fall of Saigon, a Vietnamese man pulls a Smith & Wesson Model 60 when Braddock denies him access to the helicopter.
Winchester Model 1912
A Winchester Model 1912 shotgun appears to be used in a torture device inside the Vietnamese prison camp. It is seen welded onto a metal stand, with a cable tied around the trigger that leads to a pair of handcuffs from the ceiling.
"Faux" Mil Mi-24 "Hind" Gunship
The "Mi-24 Hind" seen in the film is in reality a mocked-up Sikorsky S-62. To this end, the helicopter has been fitted with wings, faux rocket pods and missiles, and a fake (and apparently non-fucntional) side-mounted cannon near the nose, although any resemblance to the Russian original is still only superficial at best. This modified helicopter also appears to have been used in the Gary Busey action film Bulletproof (filmed the same year as Missing in Action III) and the 1989 Dolph Lundgren actioner Red Scorpion (where it is fitted with more extensive and slightly more convincing modifications).
"Faux" American Attack Helicopter
The US Army attack helicopter seen in the film appears to be a Sikorsky S-76A helicopter modified with gun pods mounted on weapons platforms.