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Cyber Tracker is a 1994 science fiction action movie directed by Richard Pepin. The story is set in around 2015. The justice in USA is hold by Computerized Judicial System that uses cyborg executors known as "Trackers". Senator Robert Dilly (John Aprea) is one of the chief supporters of this system and in fact a tool in hands of Rounds (Joseph Ruskin), the ruthless head of Cybercore corporation that created Trackers. Dilly's bodyguard, Secret Service agent Eric Phillips (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) learns too much about Dilly's and Rounds' plans so he is framed with the murder and now is chased by Trackers. Eric has to team with a rebel group known as Union for Human Rights. Together with journalist Connie Griffith (Stacie Foster) he stands against the corporation.
The following weapons were used in the film Cyber Tracker:
Dan Wesson Supermag
A criminal fires a snub nose revolver in the opening scene.
A large frame revolver with futuristic attachments is seen in the Trackers armory.
Eric Phillips (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) uses a snub nose revolver with futuristic attachments in the final scene.
Desert Eagle Mark VII (visually modified)
All Trackers (Jim Maniaci) carry pistols that appear to be visually modified Desert Eagle Mark VII, fitted with various futuristic attachments. During the shootout in Cybercore building Eric Phillips (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) briefly holds Tracker's pistol. This gun appear to be the same prop that is seen in Zero Tolerance and Direct Hit, filmed the same year and sharing the same armorer.
Glock 17s fitted with laser sights are used by Eric Phillips (Don "The Dragon" Wilson), Ross (Richard Norton), Cybercore security guards and rebels. The Glock 17s in this movie appear to be the same ones originally built for RoboCop 3 and also used in movies such as Drop Zone and Carnosaur.
Beretta 92FS pistols, often fitted with futuristic attachments, are used by police officers, Cybercore security agents and rebels, including Connie Griffith (Stacie Foster), Jared (Steve Burton) and Gil (Edward Blanchard).
Heckler & Koch P9S
Heckler & Koch SP89
During the assassination attempt on Senator Dilly the leader of the attackers uses a Heckler & Koch SP89 fitted with a late 80s vintage Imatronic Lasersight LS45 sight. Same gun is used by Jared (Steve Burton) during the shootout with the Tracker.
During the assassination attempt on Senator Dilly several attackers carry MAC-10 SMGs. Connie Griffith (Stacie Foster) and Ally (Lisa Larosa) use MAC-10s during the attack of the Tracker on rebels base.
In the same scene several attackers are armed with Steyr SPP SMGs.
Rifles and Assault Rifles
During the attack on rebels base the Tracker (Jim Maniaci) uses a Ruger Mini-14 with aftermarket folding stock and long muzzle brake. His rifle then falls in hands of Connie Griffith (Stacie Foster). A standard Mini-14 is also seen in Trackers armory. Due to a continuity error, in one scene the folding stock Mini-14 switches to fixed stock one and then back again.
Heckler & Koch HK91A2
An Enfield L85 is seen in Trackers armory.
What appear to be an SVD Dragunov or one of its clones is seen in Trackers armory.
A SPAS-12 is seen in Trackers armory.
Unidentified pump action shotguns
One or several pump action shotguns are seen in Trackers armory.
FIM-43 Redeye (mockup)
M20A1/A1B1 "Super Bazooka"
During the assassination attempt on Senator Dilly one of the attackers is armed with a rocket launcher that appears to be a M20A1/A1B1 "Super Bazooka" with front half of the barrel removed.
During the final battle with the Tracker Eric uses a pair of fictional hand grenades from Trackers armory.