X-Men: The Last Stand
X-Men: The Last Stand is the third installment in the X-Men film franchise. Brett Ratner took over from Bryan Singer as the director of the 2006 sequel, which completed this trilogy of films that began with the original 2000 film. Hugh Jackman would appear as Logan/Wolverine in nearly all of the subsequent X-Men films including 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine, 2013's The Wolverine, a cameo in 2011's X-Men: First Class as well as 2014's X-Men: Days of Future Past and 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse and 2017's Logan. The film adapted the "Dark Phoenix" comic book storyline, and would later be adapted again with the cast of X-Men: First Class in 2019's Dark Phoenix.
The following weapons were used in the film X-Men: The Last Stand:
The American soldiers guarding Alcatraz island are seen swapping in their M16A2 rifles for plastic "Cure" rifles.
M240B Machine Gun
A soldier at Alcatraz is seen tending to an FN M240B machine gun.
Browning M2HB Machine Gun
Another soldier is turning in a Browning M2HB machine gun to the armory.
Mossberg 500 "Cruiser"
After the armored van that transports Mystique (Rebecca Romijn), Multiple Man (Eric Dane), and Juggernaut (Vinnie Jones) is commandeered by the Brotherhood, one of van's guards uses a pistol that fires "Cure" darts to try and shoot Magneto (Ian McKellen) The pistol is fitted with a lime-green laser sight.
XM-92 Plastic "Cure" Rifle
The U.S. soldiers prepare against Magneto by swapping their metal weapons for plastic cure rifles instead. They are seen in the hands of the soldiers guarding the mutants accepting the "cure" and all the soldiers at Alcatraz are seen using these weapons. The designation is seen in two scenes (one of them deleted) showing the weapons in transport crates.
Some of the U.S. soldiers defending against the Brotherhood on Alcatraz island use shoulder fired launchers that launch exploding projectiles, releasing cure darts in volleys.
U.S. soldiers on Alcatraz use a three barreled cannon to fire large "Cure"-releasing disks at Magneto and his troops on the Golden Gate bridge, but he lifts up parts of the bridge to deflect the darts.
In the film, all the US soldiers are ordered to turn in all metal items; guns, dogtags, etc (announced over loudspeaker by R. Lee Ermey). But interestingly enough, they still have metal in their helmets and boots - e.g. the boots' eyelets and shanks.