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[[Image:Soranowoto.jpg|thumb|right|300px|''Sound of the Sky'' (2010)]]
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'''Sound of the Sky''' (Sora No Woto) is a Japanese anime television series produced by A-1 Pictures and Aniplex and directed by [[Mamoru Kanbe]] ([[Elfen Lied]]). The anime began airing in Japan on the TV Tokyo television network on January 5, 2010 and was released on DVD in the US by RightStuf International in 2011.
  
So Ra No Wo To (ソ・ラ・ノ・ヲ・ト, Sounds of the Skies) is a Japanese anime television series produced by A-1 Pictures and Aniplex and directed by Mamoru Kanbe. The anime began airing in Japan on the TV Tokyo television network on January 5, 2010.
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=Handguns=
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==Mauser M712==
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The [[Mauser C96|Mauser M712]] is the standard sidearm of the Helvetian military. Despite having a select-fire option, the pistol does not seem to use a detachable magazine. Rio and Noël are notable users of the pistol.
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[[Image:MauserM712Schnellfeuer.jpg|thumb|none|400px|Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer - 7.63x25mm Mauser]]
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[[File:SRNWTm7121.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Noël tries to take her M712 out of the holster...(Ep.5)]]
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[[File:SRNWTm7122.JPG|thumb|none|600px|...but is stopped by Rio. (Ep.6)]]
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[[File:SRNWTm7123.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Rio with her M712. Here you can see the select-fire switch near the thumb. (Ep.6)]]
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[[File:SRNWTm7124.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Rio holding her M712. (Ep.6)]]
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[[File:SRNWTm7125.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Rio threatens some mobsters with her M712. (Ep.6)]]
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[[File:SotS 6 C96 (11).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Rio coolly poses with her M712. (Ep.6)]]
  
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==Walther P38==
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The members of the Seize "mafia" all wield [[Walther P38]]s.
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[[Image:P38.jpg|thumb|none|400px|Walther P38 - 9x19mm Parabellum]]
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[[File:SotS 6 Walther (2).jpg|thumb|none|600px|A mobster pulls out a P38. (Ep.6)]]
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[[File:SRNWTp38.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Another mobster pulls second P38 in the background. (Ep.6)]]
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[[File:SotS 6 Walther (3).jpg|thumb|none|600px|The three mobsters with their P38s, suprised at their adversary's weaponry. (Ep.6)]]
  
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==Colt M1911A1==
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A [[Colt M1911A1]] is found in Aisha's bag and is the service pistol of the Roman military. Filicia later takes the pistol for herself.
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[[Image:M1911Colt.jpg‎|thumb|none|400px|Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP]]
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[[File:Srnwt1911.JPG|thumb|none|600px|A holstered M1911A1 taken from Aisha's bag. (Ep.11)]]
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[[File:Sound 12 M1911 (1).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Filicia points the M1911A1 at Colonel Hopkins. (Ep.12)]]
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[[File:Sound 12 M1911 (2).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Filicia and a smoking M1911A1. (Ep.12)]]
  
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=Submachine Guns=
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==MP40==
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Kureha uses a [[MP40]] during the confrontation with the Seize "mafia".
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[[Image:MP40Side.jpg|thumb|none|400px|MP40 - 9x19mm Parabellum]]
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[[File:SotS 6 Dakka (1).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Kureha's with her MP40. (Ep.6)]]
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[[File:SRNWTmp40.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Kureha's MP40 after a shootout. (Ep.6)]]
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[[File:SRNWTmg42mp40.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Kureha on the left with her MP40. (Ep.6)]]
  
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=Rifles=
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==Karabiner 98k==
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The [[Karabiner 98k]] is the service rifle of the Helvetian military. Kanata and Kureha are notable users of the rifle.
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[[Image:Karabiner-98K.jpg|thumb|none|400px|Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser]]
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[[File:SotS 2 (4).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Kanata and Kureha with their Kar98ks. (Ep.2)]]
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[[File:SRNWT98k3.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Kureha with her Kar98k. (Ep.2)]]
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[[File:SRNWT98k7.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Kureha aims her Kar98k. (Ep.2)]]
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[[File:SRNWT98k8.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Kureha fires the Kar98k and it recoils her back. Here you can see the safety behind the bolt. (Ep.2)]]
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[[File:SotS 2 (125).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Kanata and her dropped Kar98k. (Ep.2)]]
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[[File:SRNWT98k10.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Kureha, Kanata, and Noël inspecting their Kar98ks. (Ep.3)]]
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[[File:SotS 5 Kar (1).jpg|thumb|none|600px|A Kar98k on a pack of bags. (Ep.5)]]
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[[File:SRNWT98k12.JPG|thumb|none|600px|A Kar98k slung on the back of Kureha's heavy bag. (Ep.5)]]
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[[File:SotS 7 Kar98k (1).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Kar98ks scattered around dead Helvetian soldiers. (Ep.7)]]
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[[File:SotS 7 Kar98k (2).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Filicia target practicing with a Kar98k. (Ep.7)]]
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[[File:Sound 11 Kar.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Helvetian soldiers with their Kar98ks. (Ep.11)]]
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[[File:Sound 12 Kar (1).jpg|thumb|none|600px|A smoking barrel of a Kar98k. (Ep.12)]]
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[[File:Sound 12 Kar.jpg|thumb|none|600px|A Helvetian Division with the soldiers equipped with Kar98ks. (Ep.12)]]
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[[File:Sound 12 Kar (3).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Kar98ks thrown in the air in celebration. (Ep.12)]]
  
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==Karabiner 98k Sniper==
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Kureha Suminoya is seen using a [[Karabiner 98k]] outfitted with a scope as a sniper rifle.
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[[Image:Mauser g98 Sniper.jpg|thumb|none|400px|Karabiner 98k Sniper with Zeiss ZF42 scope - 7.92x57mm Mauser]]
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[[File:Srnwt98ks1.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Kureha with the Karabiner 98k with scope. (Ep.11)]]
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[[File:Srnwt98ks2.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Kureha inspects an area with the Karabiner 98k scope. (Ep.11)]]
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[[File:Srnwt98ks3.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Kureha aiming down the Karabiner 98k's scope. (Ep.11)]]
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[[File:Srnwt98ks4.JPG|thumb|none|600px|A view through the Karabiner 98k's scope. (Ep.11)]]
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[[File:Sound 11 SKar (4).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Kureha with the Kar98k slung on her back. (Ep.11)]]
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==Howa Type 89 Assault Rifle==
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A [[Howa Type 89]] is seen lying next to the corpse of a JGSDF soldier.
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[[Image:HowaType89FullStock.jpg‎|thumb|400px|none|Howa Type 89 - 5.56x45mm ]]
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[[File:SotS 7 T89 (1).jpg|thumb|none|600px|A hallucination of a JGSDF soldier with a Type 89. (Ep.7)]]
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[[File:SotS 7 T89 (2).jpg|thumb|none|600px|The Type 89 next to a JGSDF soldier's corpse. (Ep.7)]]
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[[File:Srnwtt89.JPG|thumb|none|600px|The Type 89 with a few magazines around it. (Ep.7)]]
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[[File:Srnwtt892.JPG|thumb|none|600px|The ghost of the JGSDF corpse rises with a Type 89. (Ep.7)]]
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==M1 Garand==
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The [[M1 Garand]] appears in the hands of Roman soldiers and is the service rifle of the Roman military.
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[[Image:M1_Garand.jpg|thumb|400px|none|M1 Garand - .30-06]]
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[[File:Srnwtm1g1.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Roman scouts with heir M1 Garands. (Ep.11)]]
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[[File:Srnwtm1g2.JPG|thumb|none|600px|The Roman soldier on middle right is holding a M1 Garand. (Ep.11)]]
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[[File:Sound M1 (3).jpg|thumb|none|600px|A Roman Army Group moving. The soldiers are holding M1 Garands. (Ep.11)]]
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[[File:Sound 12 M1.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Roman soldiers with their M1 Garands. (Ep.12)]]
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[[File:Sound 12 M1 (2).jpg|thumb|none|600px|M1 Garands tossed into the air in celebration. (Ep.12)]]
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=Machine Guns=
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==MG42==
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The [[MG42]] machine gun is the standard machine gun used in the Helvetian military, seen mostly mounted on their tanks and using drum magazines. Noël uses one during a confrontation with the Seize "mafia".
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[[Image:Mg42drummag.jpg|thumb|none|400px|MG42 with drum magazine - 7.92mm Mauser]]
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[[File:SRNWTmg42.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Noël with her MG42. (Ep.6)]]
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[[File:SRNWTmp40.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Noël's MG42 barrel up front after a shootout. (Ep.6)]]
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[[File:SRNWTmg42mp40.JPG|thumb|none|600px|Noël on the right with her MG42. (Ep.6)]]
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[[File:SotS 7 MG42.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Filicia manning a MG42 mounted on top of a tank . (Ep.7)]]
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[[File:Sound 12 MG42 (1).jpg|thumb|none|600px|The Takemikazuchi with a MG42 on the top. (Ep.12)]]
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[[File:Sound 12 MG42 (2).jpg|thumb|none|600px|A MG42 on top of a Helvetian tank. (Ep.12)]]
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[[File:Sound 12 MG42 (3).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Rio on a Helvetian Royal Guard tank with its top-mounted MG42. (Ep.12)]]
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[[File:Sound 12 MG42 (4).jpg|thumb|none|600px|MG42s mounted on all the Helvetian tanks seen here. (Ep.12)]]
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==Gatling Gun==
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Noël manufactures a [[Gatling Gun]]  as a water gun to fire dyed water.
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[[Image:Gatling gun 1865.jpg|thumb|none|400px|British M1865 Gatling Gun at the Royal Artillery Museum - .58 Rimfire / .50-70]]
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[[File:SotS 7.5 Gatling (1).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Noël with her Gatling Gun. (Ep.7.5)]]
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[[File:SotS 7.5 Gatling (3).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Noël's team charges as she fires the Gatling Gun. (Ep.7.5)]]
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[[File:SotS 7.5 Gatling (4).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Noel's team and their Gatling Gun. (Ep.7.5)]]
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[[File:SotS 7.5 Gatling (5).jpg|thumb|none|600px|Close up of the barrels of the Gatling Gun. (Ep.7.5)]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:11, 8 February 2016

Sound of the Sky (2010)

Sound of the Sky (Sora No Woto) is a Japanese anime television series produced by A-1 Pictures and Aniplex and directed by Mamoru Kanbe (Elfen Lied). The anime began airing in Japan on the TV Tokyo television network on January 5, 2010 and was released on DVD in the US by RightStuf International in 2011.

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[edit] Handguns

[edit] Mauser M712

The Mauser M712 is the standard sidearm of the Helvetian military. Despite having a select-fire option, the pistol does not seem to use a detachable magazine. Rio and Noël are notable users of the pistol.

Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Noël tries to take her M712 out of the holster...(Ep.5)
...but is stopped by Rio. (Ep.6)
Rio with her M712. Here you can see the select-fire switch near the thumb. (Ep.6)
Rio holding her M712. (Ep.6)
Rio threatens some mobsters with her M712. (Ep.6)
Rio coolly poses with her M712. (Ep.6)

[edit] Walther P38

The members of the Seize "mafia" all wield Walther P38s.

Walther P38 - 9x19mm Parabellum
A mobster pulls out a P38. (Ep.6)
Another mobster pulls second P38 in the background. (Ep.6)
The three mobsters with their P38s, suprised at their adversary's weaponry. (Ep.6)

[edit] Colt M1911A1

A Colt M1911A1 is found in Aisha's bag and is the service pistol of the Roman military. Filicia later takes the pistol for herself.

Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
A holstered M1911A1 taken from Aisha's bag. (Ep.11)
Filicia points the M1911A1 at Colonel Hopkins. (Ep.12)
Filicia and a smoking M1911A1. (Ep.12)

[edit] Submachine Guns

[edit] MP40

Kureha uses a MP40 during the confrontation with the Seize "mafia".

MP40 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Kureha's with her MP40. (Ep.6)
Kureha's MP40 after a shootout. (Ep.6)
Kureha on the left with her MP40. (Ep.6)

[edit] Rifles

[edit] Karabiner 98k

The Karabiner 98k is the service rifle of the Helvetian military. Kanata and Kureha are notable users of the rifle.

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Kanata and Kureha with their Kar98ks. (Ep.2)
Kureha with her Kar98k. (Ep.2)
Kureha aims her Kar98k. (Ep.2)
Kureha fires the Kar98k and it recoils her back. Here you can see the safety behind the bolt. (Ep.2)
Kanata and her dropped Kar98k. (Ep.2)
Kureha, Kanata, and Noël inspecting their Kar98ks. (Ep.3)
A Kar98k on a pack of bags. (Ep.5)
A Kar98k slung on the back of Kureha's heavy bag. (Ep.5)
Kar98ks scattered around dead Helvetian soldiers. (Ep.7)
Filicia target practicing with a Kar98k. (Ep.7)
Helvetian soldiers with their Kar98ks. (Ep.11)
A smoking barrel of a Kar98k. (Ep.12)
A Helvetian Division with the soldiers equipped with Kar98ks. (Ep.12)
Kar98ks thrown in the air in celebration. (Ep.12)

[edit] Karabiner 98k Sniper

Kureha Suminoya is seen using a Karabiner 98k outfitted with a scope as a sniper rifle.

Karabiner 98k Sniper with Zeiss ZF42 scope - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Kureha with the Karabiner 98k with scope. (Ep.11)
Kureha inspects an area with the Karabiner 98k scope. (Ep.11)
Kureha aiming down the Karabiner 98k's scope. (Ep.11)
A view through the Karabiner 98k's scope. (Ep.11)
Kureha with the Kar98k slung on her back. (Ep.11)

[edit] Howa Type 89 Assault Rifle

A Howa Type 89 is seen lying next to the corpse of a JGSDF soldier.

Howa Type 89 - 5.56x45mm
A hallucination of a JGSDF soldier with a Type 89. (Ep.7)
The Type 89 next to a JGSDF soldier's corpse. (Ep.7)
The Type 89 with a few magazines around it. (Ep.7)
The ghost of the JGSDF corpse rises with a Type 89. (Ep.7)

[edit] M1 Garand

The M1 Garand appears in the hands of Roman soldiers and is the service rifle of the Roman military.

M1 Garand - .30-06
Roman scouts with heir M1 Garands. (Ep.11)
The Roman soldier on middle right is holding a M1 Garand. (Ep.11)
A Roman Army Group moving. The soldiers are holding M1 Garands. (Ep.11)
Roman soldiers with their M1 Garands. (Ep.12)
M1 Garands tossed into the air in celebration. (Ep.12)

[edit] Machine Guns

[edit] MG42

The MG42 machine gun is the standard machine gun used in the Helvetian military, seen mostly mounted on their tanks and using drum magazines. Noël uses one during a confrontation with the Seize "mafia".

MG42 with drum magazine - 7.92mm Mauser
Noël with her MG42. (Ep.6)
Noël's MG42 barrel up front after a shootout. (Ep.6)
Noël on the right with her MG42. (Ep.6)
Filicia manning a MG42 mounted on top of a tank . (Ep.7)
The Takemikazuchi with a MG42 on the top. (Ep.12)
A MG42 on top of a Helvetian tank. (Ep.12)
Rio on a Helvetian Royal Guard tank with its top-mounted MG42. (Ep.12)
MG42s mounted on all the Helvetian tanks seen here. (Ep.12)

[edit] Gatling Gun

Noël manufactures a Gatling Gun as a water gun to fire dyed water.

British M1865 Gatling Gun at the Royal Artillery Museum - .58 Rimfire / .50-70
Noël with her Gatling Gun. (Ep.7.5)
Noël's team charges as she fires the Gatling Gun. (Ep.7.5)
Noel's team and their Gatling Gun. (Ep.7.5)
Close up of the barrels of the Gatling Gun. (Ep.7.5)



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