G-Saviour is a 1999 film that was the second attempt at using live-action acting in the Gundam franchise (the first being the FMV based video game Gundam 0079: The War for Earth) and the second to be produced first in English then dubbed in Japanese (the first also being The War for Earth). It is set in the year UC0223, 143 years after the end of the original series, yet features technology inferior to that seen earlier in the timeline with no clear explanation. It was panned in part due to its extensive use of early CGI, which looked unnatural next to live-action footage even when portraying mechanical objects in the void of space.
The following weapons were used in the film G-Saviour:
An Vektor CP1 is used by Congress of Settlement Nations (CONSENT) Space Force officer Lieutenant Colonel Jack Halle (David Lovgren).
The Colt M4/M4A1 is seen with CONSENT soldiers through the movie. The carbine is used as the basis of a CONSENT-issed assault rifle, similar to the mockup rifles used in Starship Troopers, given that the CONSENT-issued gear is also taken from the same movie.