So, this is a thread for particularly note-worthy weapons across various films. Now, the weapons don't have to be iconic in terms of pop-culture or real-life audiences (although they can be).
They can, for example, be things like the Mexican, from the 2001 film of the same name. A gun that was noted as being a valuable antique, and highly sought after in that world. Of course, things like Captain America's shield, which is iconic both in the MCU itself and among comic fans, are also valid.
Or, if you can give decent reasoning for it, you can list any weapon that might not be considered note-worthy in terms of pop-culture or within a specific fictional universe, but which you personally thought was memorable. Maybe because of some features it had, or how a character used it during a specific moment/film.
So, obviously, I have already mentioned two. And I will throw another one out there. Constantine's holy shotgun from the 2005 film:
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I thought this thing had a pretty sweet design.
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Well, the Berserker staff from AOS. It can empower you, cut into Asgardians, etc.
The Black hole grenade from TTDW. Easy to use, and foesn't depend on the opponent' durability.
Those are off the top of my head.
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^^^Yeah, and pretty unusual for a sword, allowing it to be gripped above the guard like that.
Quigley's rifle in Quigley Down Under really captured my imagination. From the way Selleck decribed it to how he used it as a quarter staff, to th shots made. Great weapon, really well built up. (please log in to view the image)
- Anton Chigurh's silenced shotgun from No Country for Old Men.
- It's cool that the swords/short swords/daggers/armor in The Hobbit/LotR trilogies have character forged into them (Orcrist, Sting, Glamdring, Narsil broken then reforged into Anduril - Flame of the West).
- James Bond's classic Walther PPK.
- Also from Bond, C. Lee's Scaramanga's Golden Gun.