Outland is a 1981 science fiction thriller starring Sean Connery as the new federal marshal overseeing a mining colony on a moon of Jupiter. The film was directed by Peter Hyams and contains similar themes with the classic western High Noon.
The following weapons were used in the film Outland:
The main weapon seen in this movie is a sawed off Browning 2000 shotgun. Federal Marshal William O'Niel (Sean Connery), Sheppard (Peter Boyle), as well as other marshals are seen using the shotgun, but it appears that there was only one practical shotgun used in the film. The two hitmen hired to kill O'Niel use them as well, with infrared scopes attached. In the scenes where multiple guns are present it's likely the others are props. O'Niel's shotgun is tapped for the giant scope mount that the hitmen use. You can see the small screw hole just forward of the loading port. This supports the "one gun" theory.
Browning B2000 shotgun with short barrel and sawed-off stock
A Browning 2000 on the rack. The other 3 are likely props.
O'Niel's Browning 2000 on the floor after getting it kicked away from him in a brawl.
O'Niel firing off a shot to show he means business.
O'Niel loads shells into his Browning 2000 in preparation for the hitmen. Note that this small loading port is on the other
side of the shotgun than the ejection port.
A sign that this is a 2000 and not a Double Automatic, in this scene O'Niel loads shells into the magazine tube. The Double Automatic doesn't have a magazine tube.
O'Niel pulls back the action ...
... and let's it go, locked and loaded. This is the standard side for the ejector port (for right handed shooters).
A side shot of the Browning 2000, you can tell it's a 2000 and not a Double Automatic by the shape of the upper receiver and stock.
O'Niel returns fire on a hitman with his Browning 2000.
Browning 2000 (Scoped)
The shotguns used by the hitmen who come aboard the mining facility are also custom Browning 2000 shotguns fitted with custom scopes.
The hitmen start assembling their Browning 2000's.
Another shot of the weapons being assembled.
A hitman loading up his Browning 2000.
One of the hitmen (P.H. Moriarty
) walking down a corridor, his Browning 2000 at the ready.
Creeping through the shadows as they stalk O'Neil.