Godzilla vs. Megaguirus
Godzilla vs. Megaguirus is the 24st entry in the Toho produced Godzilla film series and second in the Millennium era. In the 2000 film, Godzilla's main opponent is a colossus dragonfly-like monster kown as Megaguirus. As usual in Japanese films, on-screen firearms are special movie props that bear much resemblance with real ones.
The following weapons were used in the film Godzilla vs. Megaguirus:
All G-Graspers (members of special anti-Godzilla unit) carry pistols in holsters. The general shape of these props resembles Glock pistols, like Glock 17. Due to Japanese filming restrictions, these are likely airsoft guns. In reality, the SIG-Sauer P220 is the handgun of the JGSDF.
Howa Type 64
Most JSDF personnel are armed with Howa Type 64 rifles. Due to the alternate history of this film, it's possible the Type 64 was kept in service, rather than being replaced by the Type 89, due to its superior stopping power.
Howa Type 89
Howa Type 89 rifles are seen in hands of guards in G-Graspers headquarters.
In the opening scene a unit of JGSDF tries to stop Godzilla, using rocket launchers. These props are supposed to stand for Howa 84RR, Japanese manufactured version of Carl Gustav Recoilless Rifle.
In several scenes Kiriko Tsujimori (Misato Tanaka) uses a flare pistol, modified to fire a special radio transmitter.