Amagi Brilliant Park

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Amagi Brilliant Park
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Cover
Country JAP.jpg Japan
Language Japanese
Channel TBS
TBC
RKB
MBS
CBC
BS-TBS
TUT
Creator Yasuhiro Takemoto
Genre Comedy
Fantasy
Romance
Broadcast October 6, 2014 – December 25, 2014
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 13+OVA



The following weapons were used in the anime series Amagi Brilliant Park:

Contents


Pistols

Glock-type pistol

A Glock-type pistol appears to be used by fake rats in Moffle's Candy House's upgraded shooting range in "Nothing can be Done!". Some are seen in "Nothing to Worry About Now!".

The fake rats emerge with Glock-type pistols in "Nothing can be done!".
Airsoft enthusiasts run pass by Moffle when their turn to enter the shooting range is allowed.

Walther PPK

Seiya Kanie uses a replica Walther PPK in "Not Enough Visitors!" at Moffle's Candy House. Moffle shows a broken one to Isuzu during an inspection in "Not Enough PA Productivity!".

Walther PPK - 9mm Kurz aka .380 ACP. Note the ring just behind the magazine.
A row of replica PPKs on display in "Not Enough Visitors!".
Kanie examines a green PPK.
Kanie takes aim at an incoming target.
Moffle shows to Isuzu the worn out PPK in "Not Enough PA Productivity!".

Revolvers

Webley Bulldog

A Webley Bulldog can be seen at the shooting range scoreboard in Moffle's Candy House in "Not Enough Visitors!"

Webley 'British Bull Dog' - .45 caliber - 1870s
The Bulldog on the scoreboard logo in "Not Enough Visitors!".

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

Heckler & Koch MP5A2s are seen first in "Nothing can be Done!" as new airsoft weapons in Moffle's Candy House's upgraded shooting range by airsoft enthusiasts.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 w/ "slimline" handguard - 9x19mm
One of the crazy elementary school kids brandishes a MP5A2 in "Nothing can be Done!".
Moffle directs the kids to fire at their target.
Moffle poses with a loaded MP5A2 in "Nothing to Worry About Now!".
Airsoft enthusiasts run pass by Moffle when their turn to enter the shooting range is allowed.

IMI Uzi

One terrorist briefly holds an Uzi at the action movie segment of a PV being made by Triken in "Not a Good PV!".

IMI Uzi with buttstock extended - 9x19mm
An armed terrorist with the Uzi in "Not a Good PV!".
Moffle knocks out the terrorist.

M1928 Thompson

A Mobster fires the M1928 Thompson at the 1920s gangster segment of a PV being made by Triken in "Not a Good PV!".

M1928 "Tommy Gun" or "Chicago typewriter" with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP, made famous through countless classic gangster movies.
Closeup of the M1928 as the mobster opens fire at Wanipee in "Not a Good PV!".

Muskets

Steinberger

The Steinberger is a special musket used by Maple Land Royal Guard soldier and part-time park manager Isuzu Sento. She can instantly arm himself with it when needed and at occasions, it's mostly used to fire non-lethal ammunition. This gun is based on the Kentucky Flintlock Rifle.

Kentucky Rifle - .36 caliber.
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Sento poses with the Steinberger in the OP sequence, "Extra Magic Hour!".
The show introduces Isuzu when she persuades Seiya to go on a date with him to Amagi Brilliant Park at the start of "Not Enough Visitors!".
Seiya is horrified when Isuzu fires brainwashing ammo from the Steinberger on a Yakuza and his wife and kid in "Not Enough Reinforcement!".
Isuzu can handle dual Steinbergers as required, as shown when she's angry in Bar Savage.
Dual Steinbergers are on a gun rack in "Not Enough People!". Note that she fired one from her bed on the dorm ceiling.
Isuzu opens fire despite her hands being restrained in "Not Enough Pool Safety!".
Isuzu brandishes her musket when she confronts Takaya in the employee parking lot at the end of "Nobody Knows What the Future Holds!".

Assault Rifles

AR-15 type assault rifle

An AR-15 type assault rifle is used by armed soldiers accompanying Wanipee, acting as a military officer at the action movie segment of a PV being made by Triken in "Not a Good PV!".

The armed soldiers with Wanipee in "Not a Good PV!" You can only see the buttstock and parts of the trigger/trigger grip, which doesn't give a good look at the type of AR-15 assault rifle it is.

Sniper Rifles

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare

Macaron fires the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare at the action movie segment of a PV being made by Triken in "Not a Good PV!".

Accuracy International AW - 7.62x51mm NATO
Macaron scopes out the target while hiding under a ghillie suit in "Not a Good PV!".
Macaron stands up after completing a kill.

Remington Model 700

What appears to be a Remington Model 700 is used by Macaron in "Not Enough PA Productivity!" when in a observation post to stake out Kanie and Princess Latifah.

Remington Model 700 CDL - .300 Win Mag
Macaron peering through the scope in "Not Enough PA Productivity!".
Macaron prone on the table while Moffle spots for him.

Machine Guns

General Dynamics M197 Vulcan

A General Dynamics M197 Vulcan is seen in a mech in "Nothing can be Done!" in Moffle's Candy House's upgraded shooting range.

General Dynamics M197 Vulcan - 20x102mm
The elementary school kids take on a rat-controlled mech in "Nothing can be Done!".

M61 Vulcan

Dual M61 Vulcans are seen in a mech in "Nothing can be Done!" in Moffle's Candy House's upgraded shooting range.

GE M61 Vulcan Cannon - 20x102mm
The elementary school kids take on a rat-controlled mech in "Nothing can be Done!".



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