2009: Lost Memories
The following weapons were used in the film 2009: Lost Memories:
FN Model 1900
During the 1900 scene, An Jung-geun has a FN Model 1900 to try and assassinate Hirobumi Itō, which he used in real life, as seen below in it's box. But when firing, it is switched to an FN Model 1903.
Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless
An Jung-geun's FN Model 1900 changes into a Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer when firing.
During the 1909 scene, a Japanese officer used a Browning Hi-Power to shoot An Jung-geun and stopped the assassination of Hirobumi Itō which changed history. Hi-Power, being introduced in 1935, shouldn't have existed in 1909. However, since it was later revealed that this officer was in fact an assassin sent back from 2009, it would explain how he was able to obtain this firearm.
Beretta 92FS are seen in the hands of Fureisenjin freedom fighters and JBI SWAT officers. Sakamoto also used one during the later half of the film.
JBI agents Sakamoto (Jang Dong-gun) and Saigo (Toru Nakamura) use Glock 17 pistols as their sidearm. During the raid on the the Inoue Foundation Exhibition, their Glock are equipped with laser aiming device.
SIG-Sauer P226 are seen in the hands of Keijo (the colonial name for Seoul) Prefectural Police officers and JBI agents.
Heckler & Koch USP were seen in the hands of JBI agents during Sakamoto's escape.
IMI Desert Eagle
An IMI Desert Eagle Mark VII is seen in the hands of one of the JBI agents.
The Fureisenjin freedom fighters use the Heckler & Koch MP5A3 as their primary weapon of choice. The 9mm ammo used by these weapons seems to be able to penetrate the Level IIA body armor worn by the JBI SWAT officers.
Heckler & Koch MP5K were used by some members of the Fureisenjin.
Arisaka Type 38
During the 1909 scene, the Japanese soldiers were armed with Arisaka Type 38 rifles.
The M4A1 is the standard weapon for the JBI SWAT assault team. The M4s in this film are fitted with a variety of attachments, such as scope, rails, forward handgrips. Almost all M4s used by the JBI SWAT team have tactical lights and laser aiming devices attached to them. It is interesting to note that all JBI SWAT officers in the film are shown to display great firearm discipline, firing only in semi-automatic, sometimes in rapid succession. However, when the script deemed it necessary for them to die pointlessly, all tactics and training are out the window and JBI SWAT officers are shown blindly charging into Fureisenjin's line of fire, without even having their weapons in the ready position.
A Remington Model 870 is used by one of the JBI SWAT officers that placed the breaching charge on the front gate of the Inoue Foundation.
The Franchi SPAS-12 is the tactical shotgun of choice for the JBI SWAT team. Both the fixed stock version and the folding stock version are seen, some fitted with tactical light. One of the SPAS-12 loaded with breaching rounds was used to breach the locked door at the Inoue Foundation.
A heavily modified M60 machine gun was carried by one of the Fureisenjin during the incident at the Inoue Foundation. A digital ammo counter is installed in front of the ejection port.
M203 Grenade Launcher
Several M203 under-barrel attachments are used by the JBI SWAT team to breach the Fureisenjin's hideout.
Fureisenjin fighters use FIM-92 Stinger missiles to attack the Inoue Foundation convoy carrying historical artifacts, and later used it on the protagonists' car. It's used improperly since the Stinger is suppose to be an anti-aircraft rocket launcher. It is also just a spent tube with no gripstock assembly.