The following weapons were used in Season 3 of the television series A Certain Magical Index:
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Accelerator aims his sidearm at Heaven Canceller during a confrontation in "The Dark Side of Academy City".
A full shot of Accelerator's pistol in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter)". It appears that the visuals are similarly based on the SIG-Sauer P250.
The pistol aimed at his temple, taking advantage of his vectors.
Girl in the Dress's Pistol
The Girl in the Dress takes out her sidearm after being blocked by a shutter.
Shiage Hamazura's Pistol
Shiage pops the pistol, supported by a wrist brace, hidden under his arm during a fight with Shizuri Mugino in "Super-espers".
Shiage shows Mugino another surprise with a pistol at her face at close range. From this shot, it resembles the Glock 26 except that the trigger guard is round.
The Glock 17 is seen in "Chaos" with Motoharu Tsukimikado, which he uses to shoot at Monaka Oyafune. One is seen with the corpse of a pro-BLOCK mercenary in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter)". An anti-British French terrorist is seen with one in the cargo hold of a passenger jet in "Sky Bus 365". Etzali aka Mitsuki Unabara uses it while with GROUP, first seen in "Spark Signal". The Dark Side group Spark Signal appears to use them as their main sidearm. Mercenary freelancer Stephanie Gorgeouspalace uses one in "DRAGON" before Saiai Kinuhata knocks her down.
Glock 17 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Tsukimikado takes out the Glock 17 in "Chaos".
Closeup of the Glock. It's only hard to see since the scene is animated at night.
Tsukimikado aims the Glock 17 at Terra of the Left in "The Document of C".
A good shot of the pistol to show that it's a 2nd gen Glock 17.
Tsukimikado opens fire with his pistol in "The Dark Side of Academy City".
The discharged pistol next to the temple of a mercenary's corpse in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter)".
The terrorist takes aim with his Glock in "Sky Bus 365".
The Glock 17 dropped during a fight with Touma.
A Spark Signal operator threatens to execute a primary school student inside Hula Hoop in "Spark Signal" during a hostage crisis inside the Hula Hoop particle accelerator facility.
Etzali opens fire on Spark Signal operators in an encounter inside an Academy City subway platform.
Stephanie with her Glock out in "DRAGON" before Kinuhata does a cross counter.
What seems to be a Glock 19 is used by Kinuhata during an attack by a HsAFH-11 drone in "Spark Signal".
2nd Generation Glock 19 - 9x19mm
The Glock aimed at Shiage to make him look at the road and not at her panties in "Spark Signal".
Kinuhata opens fire with loaded clay-based 9mm bullets at the HsAFH-11 drone.
Heckler & Koch VP70
What appears to be a Heckler & Koch VP70 next to a pro-BLOCK mercenary's corpse in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter)".
Heckler & Koch VP70 - 9x19mm
The VP70 discarded on the side when GROUP discovers the corpses in the Reformatory in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter)".
IMI Desert Eagle
The IMI Desert Eagle is seen with Shiage as his sidearm before and after escaping from Academy City, first seen in "The Governing Board". Sugitani appears to use it as his sidearm, first seen in "DRAGON".
Magnum Research Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum
Shiage aims the DE at the pilot, who places a retractable blade near his face in "The Governing Board".
Closeup of the DE aimed at Accelerator. Shiage should know that it's a bad idea to do.
Sugitani draws the pistol at Accelerator during a confrontation in "DRAGON".
The DE drawn out by Shiage while hiding from Mugino, who by this point, is officially loco and after his head.
The DE used to stick up a faux Tunguska crewman in "A Reason to Protect".
IMI Uzi Pistol
An IMI Uzi pistol is seen in "The Dark Side of Academy City" with a black marketer.
IMI Uzi Pistol with 25-round magazine - 9x19mm
The Uzi pistol seen in "The Dark Side of the Academy City".
The M1911A1 is seen with some characters in the season.
Screen used Auto Ordnance M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
The SCHOOL agent brandishes his pistol at the start of "Super-espers".
The Smart Gun is briefly seen in "Chaos" in a flashback sequence when Touma explains what happened in the previous two seasons of Index.
Touma narrates what happened in the 2nd season as Ritoku Komaba draws a smart gun at Accelerator.
A Walther PPK is oddly seen with a pro-BLOCK mercenary's corpse in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter)".
Walther PPK - 7.65 mm Browning aka .32 ACP
The discharged PPK seen in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter) next to a mercenary's corpse outside the Reformatory.
The IMI Uzi is seen with a SCHOOL agent attacking an ITEM-owned Private Saloon in "Super-espers". Spark Signal operators are seen with it in "The Governing Board".
IMI Uzi with collapsible buttstock extended - 9x19mm
The Uzi being fired at Kinuhata at the start of "Super-espers".
Note that in this shot, it seems that the Uzi is animated a lot bigger than his hands.
SS operators with their Uzis in "The Governing Board".
What seems to be an AK-47 is seen in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter)" with some BLOCK mercenaries. Reformed Hound Dog commandos use them in the hunt for Shiage and Rikou Takitsubo in "DRAGON". Misaka 10777 uses it as her standard weapon, being a resident in Russia for a long time during the Russia arc.
A pro-BLOCK mercenary with the AK-47 in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter)".
Hound Dog commandos sweep the ruins of an underground mall in "DRAGON".
Slight closeup of the AK-47.
In "Gabriel", Misaka 10777 with the AK-47 while Mikoto Misaka observes the battle from afar.
What is suppose to be the AK-74 is seen with armed Russian men working for Elizalina in "The Alliance of Independent Nations".
Bulgarian manufactured AK-74 - 5.45x39mm.
Armed men greet
Touma and Lessa when he shows up in Russia in "The Alliance of Independent Nations". Note that the muzzle brake is animated very differently, not to mention that the fire selector is way too absurd that it appears to be some kind of rubber band-like object.
Bullpup Assault Rifle
The bullpup assault rifle is used by BLOCK mercenaries in "The Dark Side of Academy City".
The BLOCK commando breaches into an apartment in "The Dark Side of Academy City".
In this shot, you can see the transparent 30-round magazine loaded.
The IWI Tavor is seen in "Spark Signal" with Spark Signal operators when they engage GROUP.
IMI Tavor TAR-21 - 5.56x45mm.
A shot of the mounted ITL MARS red dot sight on the upper receiver in "Spark Signal".
As one of the Spark Signal operators is taken out by Awaki, the SS operator at the back has a Tavor with a full-length barrel.
SIG SG 552
The SIG SG 552 returns as the main assault rifle of Anti-Skill officers.
SIG SG 552-2 fitted with C-More sight - 5.56x45mm.
An AS officer aims his carbine at Accelerator after his Black Wings are released at the end of "Super-espers".
The FN FAL is seen with armed soldiers in civilian clothes in "Misaka Worst".
FN FAL with G1/StG 58 foreend - 7.62x51mm NATO. Note the folded bipod.
Armed soldiers in civilian clothes with the FAL in "Misaka Worst". This is unusual since the setting is in Russia. It would make sense for them to use at least AK-47s/AK-74s.
An Afanasev A-12.7 is seen with a Mil-Mi 24 Hind-D in "A Reason to Protect" and "Star of Bethlehem".
Afanasev A-12.7 mounted on a Mi-4A helicopter - 12.7 mm
The A-12.7 aimed at Shiage in the middle of "A Reason to Protect".
The wrecked Hind-D seen in "Star of Bethlehem".
What appears to be a Type 10 MBT is on display at a Academy City weapons trade show in "Chaos". It's seen on top of a 2K22 Tunguska in "Misaka Worst".
The Type 10 MBT on display in "Chaos". The M2HB would be mounted on top, although the shape of the muzzle makes it appear to be a Barrett-type rifle.
The M2HB mounted on top of what seems to be a 2K22 Tunguska, except that it has four autocannons in "Misaka Worst". A Russian-manned SPAAG wouldn't use a Western-made machine gun.
Another shot of the faux Tunguska in "A Reason to Protect".
DShK heavy machine gun
A DShK heavy machine gun is seen with Shiage operating it in "A Reason to Protect".
Shiage renacts a scene from Rambo III and fires the mounted DShk on a tripod at the faux Tunguska in "A Reason to Protect".
Closeup of the DShK's rear sight/s.
Good shot of the DShK's barrel while it was being shot at.
FN M249E2 SAW
What seems to be a FN M249E2 SAW is seen with a Spark Signal operator in "Spark Signal", presumably being the group's main LMG of choice.
The SAW seen with the Spark Signal operator after raiding the Hula Hoop facility in "Spark Signal".
FN Minimi Para
A FN Minimi Para is seen with Stephanie as her main weapon when she arrives in Academy City.
FN Minimi with short barrel - 5.56x45mm
Closeup of the Para's barrel used by Stephanie in "The Governing Board".
Stephanie shoulders the Para in "DRAGON". Note the Elcan scope on the upper receiver and what appears to be an axe blade-type attachment folded below the barrel.
The GIAT M621 is seen mounted on a HsAFH-11 static display on display at a Academy City weapons trade show in "Chaos". They're used by actual HsAFH-11 gunships in "The Dark Side of Academy City". They also seem to be used by Academy City's MBT forces in Russia.
The armed drone on display in "Chaos".
Multiple HsAFH-11s take off from the helipad of the Air Superiority Preservation Control Center in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter)".
Closeup of a M621's barrel aimed at BLOCK agents.
A HsAFH-11 pursues Kinuhata and Shiage in the middle of "Spark Signal".
AC MBTs engage Russian Army T-90s in "Star of Bethlehem".
The Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-30-1 is seen with MiG-29 fighters in "Star of Bethlehem".
Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-30-1 - 30x165mm
A MiG-29 engaged in a dogfight at the start of "Star of Bethlehem".
The Kord heavy machine gun is seen with Russian Army T-90s in "Star of Bethlehem".
Kord heavy machine gun - 12.7x108mm
T-90s opens fire on advancing HsP-15s during a battle in "Star of Bethlehem".
The PKMT is seen with Russian Army T-90s in "Star of Bethlehem".
PKTM - 7.62x54mm R. A modified version of PKT, put into service in 1998.
T-90s opens fire on advancing HsP-15s during a battle in "Star of Bethlehem".
Not sure if this is based on an actual fighter with a machine gun.
A high-tech custom sniper rifle known as the MSR-001 is used in "The Dark Side of Academy City" by SCHOOL-recruited mercenary Chimitsu Sunazara in an attempt to assassinate a VIP.
Sunazara preps the weapon in "The Dark Side of Academy City".
Closeup of the trigger/trigger guard.
Closeup of the riflescope and stock. The block-like object mounted on the receiver is the battery pack needed to efficiently operate it.
Sunazara takes aim with the MSR-001 in "Super-espers".
Mk 2 hand grenade
A Mk 2 hand grenade is seen in "Sky Bus 365" with an anti-British French terrorist.
A good shot of the Mk 2 grenade in "Sky Bus 365".
The terrorist threatens to use the grenade in the passenger jet's cargo hold.
M26 hand grenade
A M26 hand grenade is seen in "Spark Signal" with a SS operator.
M61 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
A SS operator primes the M26 during a gunfight with GROUP in "Spark Signal".
A sleep grenade is used by Tsuchimikado in "Sky Bus 365" to knock out Touma and Index at the former's apartment.
The sleep grenade inside Touma's apartment in "Sky Bus 365".
CYMA M052 Pistol Grenade Launcher
The CYMA M052 Pistol Grenade Launcher is seen with the GITD in "The Dark Side of Academy City" as her alternate sidearm.
CYMA M052 Pistol Grenade Launcher.
The GITD aims the M052 PGL at a fire proof shutter in "The Dark Side of Academy City".
Fictional Rotary Grenade Launcher
Several HsPs-15 powered suits are seen with a Milkor MGL-based automatic grenade launcher.
Milkor MGL Mk 1L - 40x46mm
Yomikawa pops the helmet of her HsPs-15 powered suit while gripping the AGL inside a weapons trade show in "Chaos".
An Academy City-manned HsPs-15 aims the AGL at anti-AC rioters in "The Document of C".
The HsPs-15 towers over with the rotary AGL while suppressing anti-AC rioters.
Closeup of the fictional MGL while a HsP-15 confronts Acqua of the Rear in "Saint Breakout".
Two HsPs-15s used by Shiokishi's faction in "The Governing Board".
The AGL aimed by a HsP-15 chasing after Shiage and Rikou in the middle of "Star of Bethlehem".
The Panzerfaust 3 is seen in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter)" with pro-BLOCK mercenaries while conducting a siege on Academy City.
Panzerfaust 3 with DM22 rocket - 60mm.
Pro-BLOCK mercenaries open fire at a HsAFH-11 gunship during a raid in "Teitoku Kakine (Dark Matter)".
Oddly animated weapons
Unlike the first two seasons, some of the animation done for small arms has suffered from quality despite having JC Staff as the animators in charge.
A bowgun is used in "Heroes" by British Third Princess Villian during the confrontation with Carissa.
Villian aims her bowgun at Carissa during a fight at Buckingham Palace in "Heroes".
The HMS Wimbeldon is used by Carissa to support her revolt in "Heroes".
The HMS Wimbeldon in "Heroes".
In the Russian arc, Shiage comes across landmines stockpiled by a village.
The stockpiled landmines in "A Reason to Protect". Makes you wonder how they did it without any training/gear to lift the mines without setting them off.
The landmine thrown at the faux Tunguska.