Kill Bill: Vol. 1
Kill Bill Vol. 1 is director Quentin Tarantino's homage to the martial arts films he enjoyed in his youth. Uma Thurman stars as "The Bride", a former assassin who after being shot and left for dead, awakens from a coma and is determined to exact revenge on those who tried to kill her, especially her former boss "Bill" (David Carradine). The "Kill Bill" saga would be comprised of this 2003 film and 2004's Kill Bill Vol. 2.
The following weapons were used in the film Kill Bill Vol. 1:
M4A1 rifles are seen in the hands of Bill's assassins during the wedding massacre.
Custom EMF Hartford 'Pinkerton' (Bird's Head Grip)
Bill's (David Carradine) handgun of choice is a nickel plated EMF Hartford 'Pinkerton' chambered in .45 Long Colt and with a bird's head grip attached. Bill seems to carry it with him into the sequel as well, this time sporting some type of custom muzzle brake.
Heckler & Koch PSG-1
Norinco Type 54
During the anime segment, Matsumoto's guards are seen armed with some variants of the Tokarev TT-33 pistol, probably the Norinco Type 54, given the Asian setting, but it's impossible to tell for certain. The slides only lock back half way when empty.
O-Ren and a bad guy are seen using .50 AE Desert Eagle pistols during the anime segment. O-Ren uses one to great effect to kill to thugs, blasting off body parts with each shot.
In the anime segment, Pretty Riki uses it to ignite liquor bottles in O-Ren's house.