Looper is a 2012 action/science-fiction film directed by Rian Johnson (Brick, The Brothers Bloom). Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as Joe, a hitman who works in the year 2044 as a "Looper", a specialist in eliminating individuals who have been sent back in time from 2074. Joe's world begins to fall apart when he recognizes that one of his targets is his older self (portrayed by Bruce Willis) and allows him to escape. The film's cast included Emily Blunt and Jeff Daniels.
The following weapons were used in the film Looper:
Futuristic "Blunderbuss" Shotgun
The main weapon used by Loopers in the film like Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Seth (Paul Dano) is a futuristic shotgun dubbed the "Blunderbuss". The pump action firearm is fitted with a futuristic barrel sheath. It bears a close resemblance to the 18th Century firearm it takes its name from. The weapon is mentioned by Kid Blue to be short-ranged, capable only of hitting targets 15 paces away, but unlike a real Blunderbuss, it is capable of firing multiple rounds. While largely custom made (the handle, for example, is "a Waterjet piece clad with the custom wood grips"), a large part of the barrel of the "Blunderbuss" is the Yankee Hill Machine Company YHM-5005 12.520" Smooth Series Forearm (Rifle Length) with hand-machined parts on the front and rear of the forearm. The front of the barrel also features what is most likely a Yankee Hill Machine Company YHM-262 Fixed Bipod Stud.
Remington 870 Field Gun
Mossberg 590 Cruiser
When a thief tries to steal a suitcase, a man draws and fires what appears to be a Mossberg 590 Cruiser.
Magnum Research BFR "Gat"
"Gat men" employed by Abe (Jeff Daniels) all carry Magnum Research BFRs. We see both Joe and Old Joe (Bruce Willis) firing BFRs. Jesse (Garret Dillahunt) also is armed with a BFR when he comes to Sara's farm, and Abe (Jeff Daniels) uses a BFR in a shootout.
Magnum Research BFR "Gat" (Nickel)
A nickel-plated and wooden gripped version of the BFR is carried by Kid Blue (Noah Segan). Prop Master James Kroning mentions in an IGN video that the rear sight was removed to provide better balance when spinning the pistol and to facilitate fanning of the revolver. Fixed sights were sculpted in place of the rear adjustable sight.
High Standard Derringer
Joe has a High Standard Derringer as a backup weapon.
Mateba Model 6 Unica
Heckler & Koch Mark 23
Beretta U22 Neos
In Old Joe's flashback, one of the men the Rainmaker sends to grab Old Joe is armed with a Beretta U22 Neos.
Olympic Arms OA-93
Old Joe guns down a henchman armed with an Olympic Arms OA-93.
American Derringer Model 1
Kid Blue saves himself by using an American Derringer Model 1 drawn from an ankle holster in a deleted scene.
FN P90 TR
Brügger & Thomet MP-9
In Old Joe's flashback, he uses a Brügger & Thomet MP-9 during a drive by in Shanghai.
Heckler & Koch MP5A5
Old Joe is seen holding a Heckler & Koch MP5A5 with a KAC forend when he confronts Abe. This may be a continuity error, as he is never seen carrying the MP5 as he is going through the building with his twin P90s, and he is shown reloading before he confronts Abe, despite never having used the weapon.
STK SAR 21
In the nightclub gun locker, a SAR 21 can be seen hanging on a wall behind Joe.
Joe takes out a room of Gat Men with some futuristic grenades.
Air Taser Model 34000
Kid Blue uses a Air Taser Model 34000 to subdue a target at one point.
Nightclub Gun Locker
In the nightclub that Joe frequents is seen a gun locker where patrons must check their weapons.
Kid Blue has .45-70 rounds on his belt. The .45-70 was originally developed for the Trapdoor Springfield Rifle.