Moonwalker (also known as Michael Jackson: Moonwalker) is a 1988 anthology comprised of short films that featured singer Michael Jackson in various situations set to the songs from his 1987 album Bad. The majority of the weapons seen were in the segment Smooth Criminal.
The following weapons were used in the film Moonwalker:
Heckler & Koch HK94
Mr Big's troops carry HK94s with custom shells to make the weapons appear more futuristic. The plastic shells, which include an ammo counter and weaponlight, were built by a special effects fabrication company with the help of Stembridge Gun Rentals (who provided the HK94s) to ensure that the guns would still properly function. While the rifle appears to be fitted with an M16-style magazine (presumably to hide the HK94's actual magazine), it also has the distinctive HK trigger guard.
Two unknown revolvers are seen, both in during the "Smooth Criminal" sequence. One is pulled by a thug when Michael enters the speakeasy, and the other is used by Michael Jackson to shoot a thug.
Shoulder Mounted Laser Cannon
Used by Mr Big (Joe Pesci)'s troops in the final battle scene.