A Certain Magical Index - Season 1

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A Certain Magical Index (2008 - 2009)

The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series A Certain Magical Index:


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Pistol

Remington 1866 Derringer

In Accelerator's side of the Three Stories arc, Kikyou Yoshikawa uses a Remington 1866 Derringer to shoot Ao Amai after he successfully cripples Accelerator. It is lost after she and Amai shoot each other at point blank and Yoshikawa passes out.

Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 R.F. Caliber. 4th model - Blued with black grips.
A good view of the Remington derringer as Yoshikawa threatens to shoot Amai again, taking the time for them to connect as one scientist to another.

M1911A1

M1911A1 is used by the varios characters during the confrontation.

Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP
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Beretta 92FS

In the Three Stories arc, Ao Amai uses a Beretta 92FS to defend himself as the virus he downloaded into Last Order and the Misaka network loads. When Accelerator temporarily disables Amai and deletes the virus from Last Order with his powers, Amai shoots Accelerator in the head, who cannot immediately reflect the bullet with Vector Change while busy using his power all at once, giving him brain damage. A suprressed 92FS is also seen in the GROUP shooting range as one of Accelerator's options for a gun in the Skill-Out arce.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm.
Amai threatening to shoot Last Order.
A Beretta with an attached suprressor on the table in GROUP's indoor shooting range.

VP70

Accelerator settles for a Heckler & Koch VP70 pistol after joining GROUP during the SKIll-Out arc, to compensate for the now limited use of his Eper powers. He doesn' find its grip comfortable, but considers it somewhat better than his other choices.

Heckler & Koch VP70Z 9x19mm with spare magazine
Accelerator testing out the VP70 in GROUP's shooting range.
Though unsatisfied, Accelerator settles with the gun.

Glock 17

[[Glock 17] is seen in the GROUP shooting range as one of Accelerator's options for a gun in the Skill-Out arce.

A Generation 3 Glock 17 - 9x19mm. Note the finger grooves, thumb reliefs, and accessory rail on the frame, which differentiate it from the older model.
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Walther P5

Walther P5 is seen on the table in the GROUP shooting range as one of Accelerator's options for a gun in the Skill-Out arce.

Walther P5 9mm
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Walther PPK/S

Walther PPK/S is seen on the table in the GROUP shooting range as one of Accelerator's options for a gun in the Skill-Out arce. Another Walther PPK/S can be seen in the bag.

Walther PPK/S blued - .380 ACP
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Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket

Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket is seen on the table in the GROUP shooting range as one of Accelerator's options for a gun in the Skill-Out arce.

Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket - .25 ACP
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CZ-75

CZ-75 is seen on the table in the GROUP shooting range as one of Accelerator's options for a gun in the Skill-Out arce.

"Pre-B" CZ 75 - 9x19mm
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Shotgun

Unknown shotgun

In the Academy City Invasion arc, Accelerator takes an unidentified semiautomatic shotgun from a stolen Hound Dog van. It features a long barrel, a rail-mounted Aimpoint red dot sight, a magazine tube completely concealed within its handguard, and a telescoping wire stock similar to that of the Mk. 14 Mod 1 EBR. Accelerator replaces his cane with it to serve as a crutch for the rest of the arc. He is seen kiling several Hound Dogs with it, while conserving his now limited Esper powers to fight Amata Kihara with later on. Immediately before final confrontation with Kihara, he smashes the shotgun against the Hound Dog holding an unconcious Last Order, destroying it.

Accelerator standing over a wounded female Hound Dog shortly before he executes her with a blast to the face. Even with this image there is no clear answer as to what this particular model this weapon is.
The shotgun lying on the ground beside Acclerator.

Assault Rifle

FN F2000

The Sisters all seem to possess FN F2000 assault rifles for defense and combat, during and even after the Level 6 Shift experiments.

FN F2000, 5.56x45mm NATO with FN GL-1, 40mm
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Misaka clone opens fire at Accelerator
Only for vector change to reflect every bullet right back at its origin
Last ditched point blank attack
Ends with yet another weapon getting destroyed by vector change
Toaru Majutsu no Index II OP
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SIG SG552

The SG 552 is seen used by Anti-Skill officers during the battle with the Golem Ellis in the Hyouka Kazekiri and Academy City Invasion arcs. Combined with its featured use in A Certain Scientific Railgun it can be presumed this is the primary firearm of Anti-Skill.

SIG SG 552 5.56x45mm
Anti-Skill officers firing their SG552s as Ellis.
Aiho Yomikawa and another Anti-Skill aiming their SG552s. Here we see Aimpoint M68 red dot sights mounted on the rifles.
Anti-Skill officers stand ready with their SG552's, behind them other officers hold the line with ballistic shields
Anti-Skill shooting at Eliis for the second time. Realistically, it is dangerous to fire a weapon in full auto over the head of a crouching individual.
Anti-Skill officers laying unconcious as a result of Vento of the Front's Divine Punishment spell in the Academy Ciy Invasion arc.

Tavor CTAR-21

In the Academy City Invasion arc, the Hound Dog mercenaries ordered to secure Last Order and hunt down Accelerator are armed with the IMI Tavor CTAR-21.

IMI Tavor CTAR-21 with ITL MARS red dot sight 5.56x45mm
Two Hound Dogs with their CTAR-21s slung over their backs.
Here a clear shot of the rifle is seen as its owner is being talked down to by Amata Kihara.
Several Hound Dogs aiming their CTAR-21s at Vento of the Front, before collapsing from her Divine Punishment.
A Hound Dog with his Tavor at the ready while searching the basement of the District 7 hospital for Accelerator.

Sniper Rifle

Barrett M82A1

An unidentified Misaka clone uses a Barrett M82A1 to combat Accelerator at the start of the Sisters arc. It is nicknamed the "Metal Eater", for its full auto setting. Its rounds are deflected back at the Sister by Accelerator's Esper powers, destroying the weapon and injuring the Sister in the process.

Barrett M82A1 sniper rifle .50 BMG
A shot of the Metal Eater's body.
Same shot, several seconds later.
The Sister getting a visual on her target.
The Sister adjusts the scope for windage and elevation.
A closeup of the Metal Eater's compensator.
The Sister opening fire on Accelerator.
The Misaka clone, whose body is phisically 14 years old, handles the recoil of a fully automatic, .50 BMG rifle rather well.

Rocket Launchers

Panzerfaust 3

Amata Kihara is seen using a Panzerfaust 3 during the Academy City Invasion arc. He uses ut to shoot at the Hound Dog van Accelerator and Index are escaping in, only for the two to be saved when Vento of the Front teleports in the path of the rocket. Her magical barrier blocks and absorbs warhead's destructive properties.

Panzerfaust 3 with DM12A1 rocket, 60mm
Kihara grabbing the Panzerfaust from one of the Hound Dog's vans.
A clear shot of the Panzerfaust as Kihara aims at Accelerator and Index's getaway vehicle.

Grenade

M67 hand grenade

M67 hand grenade is used by Anti-Skills during the fight with Sherry's Golem.

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Just to remind you people Anti-Skill is technically a police service so where they got these I don't dare ask

See Also

A Certain Series
TV series A Certain Magical Index  •  A Certain Scientific Railgun
Movies A Certain Magical Index: The Movie – The Miracle of Endymion



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