Aoharu x Machinegun

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Aohara x Machinegun (July 3, 2015 - September 18, 2015)

Aoharu x Machinegun (青春×機関銃 Aoharu x Kikanjū) is an anime series airing from July 3, 2015 to September 18, 2015 by Studio Brain's Base.

Hotaru Tachibana, the student council president, is a hardcore tomboy girl who seeks to fight with other people to "defeat evil". An encounter with Masamune Matsuoka, a host, and a misunderstanding with her friend Kanae Yajima had her lose a wager with Masamune and is drawn into the world of survival games by having to apply to his airsoft team "Toy Gun Gun". The show follows her adventures with this sport and this mysterious man and his team.

Note: As this anime is about the sport of airsoft, all of the guns in the show are airsoft replicas.

The following weapons were used in the anime series Aoharu x Machinegun:

Contents


Handguns

IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX

Masamune Matsuoka uses a chrome and normal-colored IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX as his sidearms. He calls the chrome one "Tsubuan" and the normal one "Koshian".

IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX with chrome finish - .50AE
A normal-colored Desert Eagle is seen between the two Walther pistols. (Ep.1)
Masamune with his Desert Eagle. Note the two rail indents on the top. (Ep.1)
Masamune aims his chrome Desert Eagle at Hotaru. (Ep.1)
Masamune cleaning his Desert Eagle "Tsubuan". (Ep.3)
Masamune dual-wields his two Desert Eagles. (Ep.7)

Walther P38

The Walther P38 is the first gun we see in the show aside from the opening credits. Hotaru Tachibana uses it during a duel against Masamune. A P38 is also used for a logo on a stamp for an invitation letter to "Top Gun Combat".

Walther P38 - 9x19mm
The P38 on the floor. (Ep.1)
Two Walther P38s on a table. (Ep.1)
Masamune with the P38. (Ep.1)
The trigger of the P38. (Ep.1)
The P38 slide locking empty. (Ep.1)
A P38 in the hands of a survival gamer. (Ep.3)
A P38 a a logo on a stamp. (Ep.3)

SIG-Sauer P226

A SIG-Sauer P226 can be seen on a table of weapon presented to Hotaru.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm
A SIG-Sauer P226 on top of the left Walther P38. (Ep.1)
A P226 in the hands of a survival gamer. (Ep.3)
SIG-Sauer P226R - 9x19mm
A P226 on the floor in Tōru's room. (Ep.3)
Hotaru firing the P226. (Ep.4)

Heckler & Koch Mark 23

Ichi Akabane uses the Heckler & Koch Mark 23 pistol with a suppressor and LAM as her sidearm.

H&K Mark 23 with (real) Knight's Armament suppressor - .45 ACP
Ichi runs in the woods with her suppressed Mk.23 pistol. (Ep.7)
Ichi takes cover with her Mk.23 pistol. (Ep.7)
Ichi aims her Mk.23 pistol at Tōru. (Ep.7)

Tokyo Marui airsoft Hi-Capa 4.3

A survival gamer could be seen with a Tokyo Marui airsoft Hi-Capa 4.3 at the "Top Gun Combat".

Airsoft Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3 - 6mm BBs
A survival gamer with a Hi-Capa 4.3 and a flashlight attachment. (Ep.6)

Revolvers

Nambu Model 60

Tōru takes a Nambu Model 60 from a policeman's belt holster in Episode 3.

New Nambu Model 60. Note pistol grip and buckle on the bottom.
Tōru with a Nambu Model 60...that he took from a police holster. (Ep.3)

Sub-Machine Guns

FN P90 TR

A FN P90 TR can be seen on a table of weapon presented to Hotaru. A survival gamer in Episode 2 is also seen with a P90 TR. Captain Sagara also has a P90 TR with a suppressor as her main weapon.

FN P90 TR with optics removed - 5.7x28mm
The P90 TR on the top left above the MP5. (Ep.1)
A survival gamer calls his hit holding a P90 TR. (Ep.2)
Captain Sagara with her P90. (Ep.4)
Captain Sagara with her P90. Extending from the barrel is a suppressor. (Ep.5)
Captain Sagara with her suppressed P90 TR. (Ep.5)
Captain Sagara and her P90. (Ep.5)
A survival gamer standing with a P90 TR in his hands. (Ep.7)

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

A Heckler & Koch MP5A3 can be seen on a table of weapon presented to Hotaru. Hotaru also uses one in her first survival game. It is also found in the hands of various survival gamers

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
The MP5 to the left of the pistols, under the P90. (Ep.1)
Hotaru taking cover with her MP5A3. (Ep.2)
Hotaru and her MP5A3 with Tōru. (Ep.2)
Hotaru in a slow-motion scene as she bats away a M4 carbine with her MP5. (Ep.2)
A MP5 hanging below the VSR-10. (Ep.3)
Hotaru on the ground with the MP5 next to her in Tōru's room. (Ep.3)
A MP5 on the wall rack. (Ep.3)
A survival gamer with a MP5. (Ep.4)
A beginner survival gamer with her MP5, evident by using the wrong eye to aim. (Ep.5)

Steyr TMP

Tōru Yukimura used a Steyr TMP as his sidearm during "Top Gun Combat".

Steyr TMP - 9x19mm
Tōru aims his TMP at Ichi. (Ep.7)
Ichi kicks away Tōru's TMP. (Ep.7)

Assault Rifles

M4 Carbine

A M4 Carbine can be seen on a table of weapon presented to Hotaru. During the explanation of survival games, some survival gamers could be seen using the M4 carbine.

Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm
The survival gamer in the back has a M4. (Ep.1)
A M4 on the top left. (Ep.1)
A "Greyhound" survival gamer fires his M4 carbine. (Ep.2)
The same "Greyhound" survival gamer gets hit while holding his M4. (Ep.2)

AK-47

A member of team "Greyhound" uses a AK-47.

AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
A member of "Greyhound" firing his AK-47. (Ep.2)
An ero-manga with a girl and her AK-47 on the cover. (Ep.3)
An AK-47 over a "tacticool" AKS-74U. (Ep.3)
A combatant holding an AK-47. (Ep.4)
A survival gamer with an AK-47. (Ep.5)
A survival gamer aims his AK-47. (Ep.5)

AKS-74U

Tōru Yukimura uses a AKS-74U as his assault rifle of choice. The AKS-74U can be seen on a table of weapon presented to Hotaru.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
An AKS-74u on the top right. (Ep.1)
Tōru fires his AKS-74u one-handed. (Ep.2)
Tōru with his AKS-74U. (Ep.2)
Tōru and his AKS-74U with Hotaru. (Ep.2)
Two AKS-74U on top of the XM8. (Ep.3)
Tōru aims his AKS-74U at Hotaru. There seems to be a coloring error on the folding stock as it's orange. (Ep.3)
A"tacticool" AKS-74U under a AK-47. (Ep.3)

Heckler & Koch HK416

Several Heckler & Koch HK416 rifles could be seen in the Echizen Airsoft Store shop.

Heckler & Koch HK416 - 5.56x45mm
A HK416 could be seen on the right. (Ep.3)
A HK416 to the right of Tōru. (Ep.3)

Heckler & Koch G36K

A Heckler & Koch G36K can be seen on a table of weapon presented to Hotaru. During the explanation of survival games, some survival gamers could be seen using the G36K.

Heckler & Koch G36K with ZF 3x4° dual optical sight - 5.56x45mm
The survival gamer in the front has a G36K. (Ep.1)
The G36K on the bottom left. (Ep.1)
A survival gamer in Captain Sagara's team with a G36K. (Ep.4)
A survival gamer's sitting on a picnic table cleaning his G36K. (Ep.7)

Heckler & Koch G36C

A member of "Greyhound" uses a Heckler & Koch G36C as his main weapon.

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
The "Greyhoud" survival gamer on the left with his G36C. (Ep.2)
The "Greyhoud" survival gamer in the back with his G36C. (Ep.2)

Heckler & Koch XM8 Carbine

A Heckler & Koch XM8 could be seen in Tōru's room.

Heckler & Koch XM8 - 5.56x45mm
A XM8 hanging below the AKS-74U. (Ep.3)

Battle Rifles

G3 SAS High Cycle

Hotaru Tachibana is seen using the G3 SAS High Cycle airsoft gun as her primary weapon with a red dot sight. Though short versions of the G3 rifle exists as the HK91, the G3 SAS in airsoft is even shorter than that, yet is very customizable due to the rails everywhere. Hotaru affectionately calls it "Goemon-chan".

Heckler & Koch G3 SAS High Cycle (Airsoft Replica) - 6mm
Hotaru running with her G3 SAS. (OP)
Hotaru aims her G3 SAS. (OP)
The G3 SAS on a wall rack. (Ep.3)
Echizen store manager with the G3 SAS. (Ep.4)
Hotaru with the G3 SAS. (Ep.4)
Hotaru taking cover with her G3 SAS. (Ep.7)
Hotaru and her safety-on G3, as noted by the big fat red arrow. (Ep.7)

Heckler & Koch G3

A regular G3 battle rifle could be seen in the hands of a survival gamer.

Heckler & Koch G3A3 - 7.62x51mm NATO
A survival gamer's G3 on the picnic table. (Ep.7)

Lever-Action Rifles

Winchester Model 1892 "Mare's Leg"

Nagamasa Midori of team "Hoshishiro" has two of these lever-action rifles as his main weapon.

Replica Winchester 1892 "Mare's Leg" with standard lever loop and rounded barrel- .44-40. This model also shows off the screw used to do "rapid fire". This is put in place so the user does not need to pull the trigger. The screw breaks the shots when the action is worked.
Midori with the "Mare's Legs" in its holsters. (Ep.4)
Midori with the “Mare's Legs" in its holsters. (Ep.7)
Midori pondering with his holstered “Mare's Legs". (Ep.7)

Machine Guns

Hand Held M134 Minigun

Takatora Fujimoto of team "Hoshishiro" has a Hand Held M134 Minigun as his main weapon. Despite its heavy weight, he can move with great agility with it.

Handheld M134 Minigun - 7.62x51mm NATO
Takatora Fujimoto on the right with his Minigun. (OP)
Takatora's minigun on a barrel. (Ep.7)
Takatora aiming the minigun. (Ep.7)
Takatora firing the minigun. (Ep.7)
Takatora after firing the minigun, with smoke emitting out despite being an airsoft gun. (Ep.7)
Hotaru pushing down Takatora's minigun barrel to the ground. (Ep.7)
Takatora carrying the minigun. (Ep.7)

Sniper Rifles

Heckler & Koch PSG-1

Ichi Akabane of team "Hoshishiro" uses a Heckler & Koch PSG-1 as her sniper rifle. Some survival gamers in the series have the PSG-1 as well.

Heckler & Koch PSG-1 with 20-round magazine - 7.62x51mm NATO
Ichi Akabane on the left with her PSG-1. (OP)
Ichi with her PSG-1. (OP)
A survival gamer on the left with a PSG-1 (Ep.3)
A cartoonish depiction of a PSG-1 explaining how unwieldy a long rifle is for CQB combat. (Ep.3)
A survival gamer with a PSG-1. (Ep.6)
Ichi readies her PSG-1. (Ep.7)
Ichi with her PSG-1 slung on her back. (Ep.7)

TM VSR-10 G-Spec

A Tokyo Marui VSR-10 G-Spec, which are based off the Remington Model 700 rifles, can be seen in Tōru's room..

TM VSR-10 G-Spect - 6mm BBs
A VSR-10 hanging on top of the MP5. (Ep.3)

SVD Dragunov

Tōru Yukimura uses a SVD Dragunov when he plays as a sniper.

SVD Dragunov sniper rifle - 7.62x54mmR
Tōru aiming his Dragunov. (OP)
A pin-up girl poster in the back with a SVD rifle. (Ep.3)
Close-up on Tōru's Dragunov. (Ep.6)
Tōru aims his Dragunov at a possible sniper location. (Ep.7)
Tōru picking up his Dragunov in his encounter with Ichi. (Ep.7)
Tōru aims his Dragunov. (Ep.7)

Grenades

M67 hand grenade

Some M67 hand grenades could be seen in Tōru's room.

M67 fragmentation grenade
A bunch of M67 grenades on a box in a lower shelf. (Ep.3)

Echizen Airsoft Store

The Echizen store in Episode 3 had a huge platter of airsoft guns. Need help identifying all of them.

Posters: Left up - SIG-Sauer P226 Left bottom - 1911 Right up - HK416 Right middle - MP7 Right - bottom - MP5 (Ep.3)
Left to right: 4 M4a1 carbine with different rail attachments and stock configuration, 1 IMI Galil with no stock (top), 1 Sterling submachine gun (bottom), Vektor R4???, SIG SG552, Beretta M12, FN F2000??? (Ep.3)
2 SVD (Ep.3)
Steyr AUG, Remington 870 with Magpul furniture, Barrett REC7 (Ep.3)
Milkor MGL (Ep.3)
HK416 (including the sketch), Knight's Armament PDW (Ep.3)
Beretta ARX 160, L85, Tavor TAR-21, G3, some M16 variants (Ep.3)
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