The following weapons can be seen in the film Dudley Do•Right:
Other henchmen are seen with the Beretta 92FS.
Seen in the hands of one of Whiplash's henchmen when they raid the Indian village.
Snidely Whiplash (Alfred Molina) uses a revolver with an unusually large barrel to rob a bank with his henchmen in the beginning of the film.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
Snidely Whiplash (Alfred Molina) uses this to 'plant' fake gold in the waters to make the townspeople think that there's actually gold that can be found in them.
A Remington 870 shotgun fitted with a stock, heat shield, pistol grip, flashlight and Butler Creek tactical foregrip is seen used by a henchman as he gets crushed by the boulder. This particular Remington 870 also appeared in the movies Timecop, Crying Freeman, and Reindeer Games, as well as some other movies and TV shows filmed in British Columbia.
One of Whiplash's henchmen is seen with a full-size Uzi guarding the territory where Whiplash is having gold shipped and he later arrives.
Dudley Do Right (Brendan Fraser) is seen armed with the M1928 Thompson submachine when inspecting a noise at his area and during his assault on the gold mine.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
One of Whip's henchmen can be seen with an MP5 only to fan away the 'fireworks' that were launched at them by Dudley (Brendan Fraser) and the 'Indians'.
Once they arrive ashore, a henchman can be seen wielding one of these whilst rounding up the rest of them to continue pursuit and then first getting hammered by the media and the press.
Seen in the hands of Whiplash's henchmen. Some of the M16A1 rifles have the A2 handguard on them and some have the M203 40mm grenade launcher fitted under the barrel.
Remington 700 PSS
Seen in the hands of one of Whiplash's henchmen when he was running away from a massive boulder.
Browning M2 heavy machine guns were seen mounted on Whiplash's tanks.