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Spawn (1997)

The following weapons were used in the film Spawn:

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5K

When Al Simmons (Michael Jai White) is still a (human) A-6 operative and has not yet become Spawn, he is seen on several missions carrying a Heckler & Koch MP5K as his weapon of choice. In the scene where he carries out an assassination at a military air base in Hong Kong, his MP5K is fitted with a suppressor.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
Al Simmons (Michael Jai White) fires his H&K MP5K (suppressed in this scene) during the mission in Hong Kong.
A close-up of the MP5K's muzzle as it's fired.
Simmons points his MP5K at Jason Wynn when he learns of Wynn's true plans at the North Korean weapons plant...
...only to be shot by Jessica Priest.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns are carried by many of the security guards at A-6. A guard at the air base in Hong Kong also has one.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
A security guard at A-6 stands with his H&K MP5A3 slung.

Colt RO635 9mm SMG

Jessica Priest (Melinda Clarke) uses a Colt RO635 9mm SMG in the North Korean bio-chemical weapons plant; it is fitted with a flammable liquid-squirting canister under the barrel, a C-More red-dot sight, and a pair of laser sights.

Colt 9mm Submachine Gun aka Colt RO635 - 9x19mm
Jessica Priest aims her tricked-out Colt RO635 9mm SMG at Simmons in the North Korean weapons plant.
Another view of Priest with her Colt RO635 9mm SMG.
A close-up of the SMG's muzzle as she sprays Simmons with the flammable chemicals container under the barrel.

"Faux" FN P90 (modified Cobray M11/9)

Spawn (Michael Jai White) and various A-6 personnel are seen wielding weapons that appear to be FN P90 personal defense weapons. However, these "Faux P90"s are actually Cobray M11/9 machine pistols that have been visually modified to resemble P90s. In some scenes, the long stick-like magazines of the Cobrays can be seen protruding from beneath the weapons' grips as they are fired.

One of the fake FN P90s (actually a dressed-up Cobray M11/9) used in Spawn; photo from Long Mountain Outfitters.
An actual FN P90 - 5.7x28mm
Cobray M11/9 - 9x19mm
A close-up of one of the movie's fake FN P90s (actually a dressed-up Cobray M11/9) in a storage container. Another type of silver machine pistol, also based on the Cobray, sits on top of the fake P90.
A close-up of the "P90"'s muzzle as Spawn sets a bandoleer of grenades down next to it.
Spawn fires his "FN P90" as Jessica Priest during the shootout in the hotel. The image is a bit blurry because he's running, but note that the stick-like magazine of the Cobray M11/9 is visible beneath the stock.
A-6 personnel fire their FN P90s at Spawn outside, while he's climbing the building's exterior.
Another view of an A-6 soldier with a fake "P90" in hand, behind the guy with the light.
Spawn hands Cogliostro (Nicol Williamson) his guns as he goes off to fight the Clown; one is a fake FN P90, the other is one of the silver machine pistols.

Cobray M11/9 (Modified)

Spawn (Michael Jai White), Jessica Priest (Melinda Clarke), Jason Wynn (Martin Sheen), and many of the A-6 personnel are also seen using unusual silver machine pistols in many scenes. Like the movie's fake FN P90s, these are also Cobray M11/9s that have been dressed up with movie props to appear "futuristic".

One of the dressed-up silver-painted Cobray M11/9s used in Spawn; this gun was sold a few years ago by Long Mountain Outfitters.
A pair of the strange silver machine pistols (dressed up Cobray M11/9s) as Spawn robs the A-6 armory. Beneath the two silver Cobray is a fake FN P90 (also a dressed-up Cobray M11/9).
Jessica Priest wielding a pair of the silver M11/9s when she confronts Spawn at the hotel.
A closer view of Priest's M11/9s.
Spawn wielding Priest's M11/9s after A-6 personnel storm the lobby.
Another view of Spawn with the M11/9s.
A close-up of an M11's muzzle in the hands of an A-6 soldier.
Jason Wynn goes to Terry Fitzgerald's home with a silver M11.
Terry Fitzgerald firing Wynn's M11 at the Violator.

Walther MPK

Walther MPK submachine guns are also carried by many of the A-6 security personnel.

Walther MPK with stock folded - 9x19mm
A security guard with a Walther MPK checks Terry Fitzgerald's (D.B. Sweeney's) ID.


AMT Backup

When she sits down on the couch in Wynn's office, Jessica Priest (Melinda Clarke) has an AMT Backup concealed on her thigh beneath her skirt.

AMT Backup II with all stainless frame - .380 ACP
Production image of Jessica Priest (Melinda Clarke) with her pistol on her left thigh.
Jessica Priest (Melinda Clarke) shows off her concealed weapon, an AMT Backup with a black frame, as she sits down.

Beretta 92FS Inox

While he is at A-6 talking to Jason Wynn, Al Simmons has a nickel-plated or stainless pistol in a shoulder holster. It appears to be a Beretta 92FS Inox, but this is not certain.

Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
Simmons receives his new assignment from Jason Wynn. Note the stainless/nickel pistol beneath his jacket, which seems to be a Beretta 92FS Inox.



AKM assault rifles are carried by North Korean military personnel guarding the bio-chemical weapons plant.

AKM, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake - 7.62x39mm
A DPRK guard on patrol with an AKM in hand.
Simmons walks past two dead guards whose AKM rifles lie nearby.

Olympic Arms OA-93

When Spawn fights the Violator (John Leguizamo), he uses an Olympic Arms OA-93 converted to full-auto and fitted with a buffer tube (a necessary modification for the weapon to fire full-auto as the longer full-auto bolt needs room to trip the auto sear). This same prop weapon also appears in a number of other movies, including Bad Boys and Clear and Present Danger.

OA-93 - 5.56x45mm
Spawn points his custom Olympic OA-93 at the Clown after he threatens his dog.
Spawn searches for the Clown (now transformed into the Violator) with his OA-93 in hand. The man on the left is played by Todd McFarlane, the creator of Spawn.
Spawn opens fire on the Violator with his OA-93, showing off the weapon's huge muzzle flash.
Another shot of Spawn wielding his OA-93.

Colt M16A2

When Spawn breaks into the A-6 armory, a rack of M16A2s can be seen.

Colt M16A2 - 5.56x45mm
Spawn drags two A-6 guards into the armory after knocking them out; the rack of M16A2s is visible in the foreground.

Heckler & Koch HK93

In the A-6 armory, Spawn can be seen loading a magazine into a Heckler & Koch HK93 (it has the non-detachable lower receiver, plus the magazine well clearly reads "HK93").

Heckler & Koch HK93 - 5.56x45mm.
Spawn loads a magazine into an HK93.

M1917 Enfield

At the hotel where Spawn crashes the Consortium party, a number of U.S. honor guard soldiers armed with M1917 Enfields join the A-6 personnel in shooting at Spawn while he was climbing up the outside of the hotel. The rifle stocks appeared to be painted white (or the rifles appear to be fitted with white fiberglass stocks) and are still able to cycle and fire live ammunition. Real parade rifles used by honor guards are typically deactivated, for the express purpose of preventing this exact situation from occurring.

M1917 Enfield - .30-06
Honor guards exit the hotel with their white-painted bolt-action rifles.
Another honor guard with his rifle.

Steyr AUG

When Spawn is planning to run off and kill the Clown, he grabs a short-barreled Steyr AUG from his arsenal which is only barely seen for a second. Due to a continuity error, the weapon becomes a Mossberg 500 Bullpup as soon as he turns around to face Cogliostro, who tells him that guns are useless. When Spawn is grabbing weapons from the A-6 armory, magazines for the AUG can be seen amongst the weaponry he has scattered across the floor, but the weapon itself can only be seen for a second later.

Steyr AUG with black stock and 16" barrel - 5.56x45mm
Spawn takes a Steyr AUG out of his arms cache.


Armsel Striker/Street Sweeper

During the scene in which he breaks into the A-6 armory, Spawn can be seen loading up a short-barreled, stockless version of the Armsel Striker or its American cousin, the Street Sweeper. This weapon is fitted with an ADCO Square Shooter red-dot reflex sight, and it is portrayed in the film as a grenade launcher when it is used by the Clown (John Leguizamo).

Sentinel Arms Stryker 12 - 12 gauge
Spawn loads "grenades" into his Armsel Striker (portrayed in the movie as a grenade launcher).
The short-barreled Striker lying amongst a cache of other weapons. A magazine for the Steyr AUG is visible in the top right corner, and several magazines for the fake FN P90s are visible in a bag in the lower right.
"Time to get re-acquainted, Jason."
Spawn cocks the Striker.
The Clown wielding his Striker, which is clearly shown to fire explosive rounds in the movie (not true in real life).

Franchi SPAS-15

When Spawn is grabbing weapons from the A-6 armory, a Franchi SPAS-15 can be seen on the floor amongst the weapons.

Franchi SPAS-15 - 12 gauge
The Franchi SPAS-15 lying on the floor of the armory; a magazine for the Steyr AUG is visible nearby.

Mossberg M500 Bullpup

Twice in the film, Spawn can be seen wielding (but not firing) a Mossberg 500 Bullpup.

Mossberg M500 Bullpup - 12 gauge
Spawn points a Mossberg M500 Bullpup at Zach (Miko Hughes) after being startled.
Spawn cocks the Mossberg bullpup.
Spawn comes out of his arsenal with the Mossberg bullpup, which was a Steyr AUG just a second ago.

Machine Guns


M60 machine guns are used by police SWAT officers in APCs during the shootout at the Consortium gathering at the hotel.

M60 - 7.62x51mm
A SWAT officer sits in an APC with an M60 fitted.
The SWAT officer with the M60 aims at Spawn...
...and fires.
A close-up of the M60's muzzle.

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