Stargate is the 1994 science fiction film starring Kurt Russell as USAF Col. Jack O'Neil and James Spader as Dr. Daniel Jackson, who travel with a special ops team from Earth to a far flung planet on the other side of the galaxy via a recently activated portal known as a "stargate". The film marked the first collaboration between director Roland Emmerich and producer Dean Devlin (who co-wrote the screenplay and later would collaborate on Independence Day and the 1998 US adaptation of Godzilla) . The film's premise was later adapted (by a new team) into a very successful television franchise consisting of three television series: Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe.
The following weapons were used in the film Stargate (1994):
The Beretta 92FS is utilized to represent the USGI (and USAF) standardized M9 sidearm when in the hands of the USAF exploration team. Colonel Jonathan "Jack" O'Neil (Kurt Russell) is seen at his house, where his son died, with a 92FS early in the film; this particular gun is a "private purchase" commercial Beretta 92FS, due to the Colonel being "inactive reserve" at the time.
Later in the film both Colonel O'Neil and Senior Airman Brown (Derek Webster) are seen armed with Beretta 92FS pistols as part of the USAF team. Berettas are also utilized by Technical Sergeant Louis Feretti (French Stewart) and Dr. Daniel Jackson (James Spader) at various points in the film. After the entire team has been captured the teenage Abydonian rebels liberate the team's base camp and apparently recover several Beretta 92FS pistols that are used by them, and the remaining members of the team, during the final battle with Ra's forces.
All team members, with the exception of Colonel O'Neil (Kurt Russell) and Senior Airman Brown (Derek Webster), carry Glock 17 pistols. All remain holstered throughout the film with the exception of Lieutenant Colonel Kawalski (John Diehl) who, in the Special Edition of Stargate, is seen pulling it on the people of Nagada when they are closing the city doors before the sandstorm hits.
Heckler & Koch HK94A2 (Mocked up as MP5A2)
Colonel O'Neil (Kurt Russell) and Airman First Class Reilly (Jack Moore) are armed with fixed-stock Heckler & Koch HK94A2s chopped and converted to resemble the Heckler & Koch MP5A2 submachine gun. Both are fitted with Surefire flashlight forearms and telescopic sights on STANAG mounts. The same faux MP5A2 submachine guns are used by the rebelling people of Abydos (namely Skaara (Alexis Cruz) and a band of teenage rebels) later in the movie when they fight Ra's forces (the rebels had found the weapons in the team's equipment cases at their base camp).
Heckler & Koch HK94A3 (Mocked up as MP5A3)
Technical Sergeant Feretti (French Stewart), Staff Sergeant Freeman (Christopher John Fields), and Senior Airman Brown (Derek Webster) are armed with collapsible-stock Heckler & Koch HK94A3s chopped and converted to resemble the H&K MP5A3 submachine gun, fitted with the "tropical" (wide) forearms. Like the aforementioned faux MP5A2 submachine guns, the faux MP5A3 submachine guns are also used by the Abydos rebels after they are found in the team's base camp.
Heckler & Koch SR9TC
'Lt.' Kawalsky (John Diehl) can be seen carrying the Heckler & Koch SR9TC, outfitted with the HK91 "tropical" or "wide" forearm. (Note: while John Diehl is officially credited as "Lieutenant Kawalsky," he wears a Lieutenant Colonel's insignia throughout the film.)