Universal Soldier is the 1992 science fiction action film directed by Roland Emmerich and starred Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren as US combat troops who after being killed in action during the Vietnam War, are resurrected in present day as genetically-enhanced super soldiers. The film would eventually spawn a few DTV sequels as well as three more feature films: 1999's Universal Soldier: The Return, 2009's Universal Soldier: Regeneration and 2012's Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning.
The following weapons were used in the film Universal Soldier:
In 1969, an M16A1 is used by Pvt. Luc Deveraux (Jean-Claude Van Damme) while in Vietnam. Deveraux uses his bayonet-fixed M16A1 rifle to kill Sgt. Andrew Scott (Dolph Lundgren) by bayoneting and shooting Scott numerous times (while at the same time, Deveraux is shot by Scott's M1911A1 pistol). A number of US solders were seen armed with M16A1 rifles and M16A1 rifles fitted with M16A2 handguards when the film shifts to 1992.
The M14 is seen in the hands of a US soldier at the beginning of the film.
CETME rifles are used by the Hoover Dam Terrorist members.
A SWAT sniper is seen with what appears to be a Barrett M82A1. Only the smooth side and vented barrel is visible for an ID.
Heckler & Koch SR9(T)
A SWAT sniper is seen with an Heckler & Koch SR9(T) fitted with a Starlight scope during the Hoover Dam hostage situation.
Heckler & Koch SP89 (converted to resemble MP5K)
What appear to be Heckler & Koch MP5K submachine guns fitted with Imatronic`s LS45 laser sights are used by GR44/Luc Deveraux, GR13/Sgt Andrew Scott, and GR55 (Tommy "Tiny" Lister) when investigating the breaking onto the base by reporter Veronica Roberts (Ally Walker). Upon closer examination, the MP5Ks were in reality the similar looking Heckler & Koch SP89 modified to resemble the MP5K. These modified SMG's were frequently used in movies made between 1989 and the late 1990s when factory original MP5Ks were not available. These "MP5K" weapons are fitted with the early LS45 laser sight.
Sten Mk V
A Sten Mk V with the forward grip removed is seen in the hands by one of the Hoover Dam terrorists that is taken by GR44.
Desert Eagle Mark I
The Desert Eagle Mark I is the sidearm used by the Universal Soldiers, including GR44/Pvt. Luc Deveraux (Jean Claude Van Damme) and GR13/Sgt. Andrew Scott (Dolph Lundgren). The Desert Eagles used by the UniSols were chambered for the .357 Magnum round and fitted with Tasco Laser Point sights under the handgun's barrel. Their Desert Eagles are fitted with suppressors during the mission during the opening hostage situation.
All of the Universal Soldiers, including GR44/Pvt. Luc Deveraux (Jean Claude Van Damme) and GR13/Sgt. Andrew Scott (Dolph Lundgren), carry a secondary side arm that appears to be an unknown Glock Model (most likely a Glock 17). The pistol is carried in a unique shoulder holster with two spare magazines located right above it under their left arms. It is never used or drawn in the film.
The Terrorist leader (Thomas Rosales Jr.) pulls his blued Taurus PT92 when UniSol GR74 (Ralf Moeller) appears as an Electrician at the Hoover Dam. A nickel-plated PT92 is also the sidearm of Colonel Perry (Ed O'Ross).
Smith & Wesson Model 39
Luc Deveraux (Jean Claude Van Damme) takes a Smith & Wesson Model 39 pistol from the deceased Prison Bus driver and uses the handgun to shoot GR74 (Ralf Moeller) in the UniSol truck after the UniSol truck rammed the Prison Bus and was pushing it into the Grand Canyon.
Heckler & Koch P9
Although he'd been shot multiple times, UniSol GR74 (Ralf Moeller) still is able to pull a Heckler & Koch P9S from his tool box to use on the terrorists. One of the Universal Soldier project technicians also is seen pulling out a Heckler & Koch P9 from the weapon racks after GR13/Sgt. Andrew Scott (Dolph Lundgren) re-entered the UniSol truck and announced that he "relieved" Col. Perry of his command.
M60 Machine Gun
Armsel Striker/Protector shotgun
Double Barrel Shotgun
Luc Deveraux takes his parents' shotgun to confront GR13/Sgt Andrew Scott but doesn't use it.