Assassination Classroom

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Assassination Classroom (2015)

Assassination Classroom (Japanese: 暗殺教室 Hepburn: Ansatsu Kyōshitsu) is a Japanese anime television series produced by Studio Lerche.

Class 3-E of the Kunugigaoka Junior High School is just your ordinary school classroom with its students of many backgrounds. The only difference between them and the rest of the schools is that they have become a government-contracted killer group to assassinate their one sole target...their homeroom teacher. Koro-sensei, the teacher, is a yellow, octopus-like creature who had destroyed a full 70% of Earth's moon in an instant. He then claims he will do the same to Earth within a year and make an offer to the governments of the world, make him the teacher of Class 3-E while Class 3-E has to kill him within the year limit before he destroys Earth. Koro-sensei has already escaped the governments many attempts to assassinate him due to his various powers, the prominent one being his maximum speed reaching Mach 20, its now only up to what Class 3-E can do to avert the terrible fate that awaits Earth...

An OVA was first produced by Studio Brain's Base in 2013 for the series prior to the television version. The first season started airing on January 2015 and ending on June with 22 episodes. A second season has been slated for release on January of 2016.

The following weapons were used in the anime series Assassination Classroom:

Contents


Pistols

M1911A1

Class 3-E is equipped with BB-shooting M1911A1 pistols to assassinate Koro-sensei. It seems to be called the "Administer".

Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
A student holding his or her M1911A1. (OP)
A student holding his or her M1911A1. (Ep.1)
Koro-sensei holding the M1911A1 as he demonstrates how deadly the Anti-him BBs are. (Ep.1)
Nakamura fires her M1911A1 at Koro-sensei. Note that she is shooting right-handed, but using her left eye to aim. (Ep.1)
Okano with the M1911A1 pistol. (Ep.1)
An analysis with the M1911A1 in it. (Ep.2)
Nagisa with the M1911A1. (Ep.2)
FPS view of the M1911A1. (Ep.3)
Karma with the M1911A1. (Ep.3)
Nagisa with his M1911A1. (Ep.8)
Isogai points the M1911 at Koro-sensei. (Ep.10)
Sugino with the M1911 with a laser pointer attached. (Ep.12)
Rinka Hayami with a M1911A1. (Ep.17)
Hayami on the left with the M1911A1. (Ep.17)
A group of students prepares their M1911A1s. (Ep.18)

Remington 1866 Derringer

Irina Jelavić, an assassin, uses a yellow Remington 1866 Derringer as her standard weapon.

Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 R.F. Caliber
Irina with her Derringer about to assassinate a target. (Ep.4)
Irina with her Derringer. (Ep.4)
Irina with her Derringer during one of her missions. (Ep.6)
Irina and her Derringer. (Ep.7)

SIG-Sauer P226

Gastro has a SIG-Sauer P226 inside his weapon briefcase.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm
A P226 inside a weapon briefcase. (Ep.19)

Revolvers

Nambu Model 60

Two Nambu Model 60 were acquired by Class 3-E during the Assassination Island Arc and used by Hayami and Chiba.

Snub Nose Nambu Model 60 - .38 Special
Terasaka reveals two Nambu revolvers. (Ep.20)
Hayami with her newly acquired Nambu revolver. (Ep.20)
Chiba with the Nambu revolver. (Ep.21)
Chiba prepares to fire the Nambu revolver. (Ep.21)
Hayami with the Nambu revolver. (Ep.21)

Smith & Wesson Model 64

Gastro uses a Smith & Wesson Model 64 revolver against Class 3-E during the Assassination Island Arc. He has a very strange (and highly dangerous) fixation with it.

S&W Model 64 with 4" barrel - .38 Special
Gastro drinking soup from his Model 64 barrel. Don't do this at home, ever. (Ep.19)
Gastro tasting the barrel of his Model 64. Don't do this either. (Ep.20)
Gastro holding his Model 64, finally about to use it the way it is intended for, to shoot people. (Ep.21)
Gastro holding his Model 64 as he scans for targets. (Ep.21)
Gastro aiming his Model 64 at Chiba. (Ep.21)
Gastro's disarmed Model 64 after being shot out of his hand, still remarkably in one piece. (Ep.21)
Gastro with the Model 64 barrel still in his mouth. (Ep.22)

Submachine Gun

MP5SD

A guard during one of Irina's missions is seen holding a MP5SD.

Heckler & Koch MP5SD2 - 9x19mm
The guard on the right has a weapon bearing resemblance to a MP5SD. (Ep.6)

Madsen M50

Gastro is seen holding a Madsen M50.

Madsen M50 - 9x19mm
Gastro on the left with a Madsen. (Ep.17)

Heckler & Koch MP7

Gastro has two Heckler & Koch MP7s, one with a fixed and one with a foldable stock, in his weapon briefcase.

Heckler & Koch MP7A1 - 4.6x30mm
A MP7 front in the briefcase. (Ep.19)
The two MP7s in the briefcase. (Ep.19)

Assault Rifles

M4 Carbine

Class 3-E is equipped with BB-shooting M4 Carbines to assassinate Koro-sensei. The M4 is fitted with a full stock, a magpul foregrip, magpul BUIS, and PMAGs. It seems to be called the "Assault Rifle MM". Gastro is seen with a real one in his military flashback.

Airsoft M4A1 with Black Magpul furniture
Class 3-E with their weaponry fixed to Koro-sensei. (Ep.1)
Another view of Class 3-E and their weaponry. (Ep.1)
A student reloads his M4 with a PMAG. (Ep.1)
Nagisa aiming his M4 with flip-up BUIS as sights. (Ep.1)
Several students with their M4s. (Ep.1)
Isogai with a M4. Here we can see the full stock. (Ep.1)
A government agent to the left of Koro-sensei with a M4. (Ep.1)
An analysis with the M4 in it. (Ep.2)
Fuwa firing in a cross-legged position. (Ep.17)
Hayami prepares to fire the M4. (Ep.18)
Gastro with a M4 during his time in the military. (Ep.21)

Heckler & Koch G36C

Karma and Asano are seen with a G36Cs when confronting each other in the "final exams".

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
Karma with the G36C. (Ep.16)
Left to right, Asano and Karma with their G36Cs. (Ep.16)

Machine Guns

M249 Para

An assassin in Episode 4 uses a M249 Para against Koro-sensei.

M249 SAW paratrooper version with 200 round ammo drum - 5.56x45mm
The assassin aims his M249 Para. Here we see it fitted with an ACOG sight. (Ep.4)
The assassin firing the M249 Para. (Ep.4)

GE M134 Minigun

An assassin in Episode 4 uses a Minigun against Koro-sensei.

GE M134 Minigun - 7.62x51mm
An assassin hiding with his Minigun. You can see the rotatory mechanisms from here. (Ep.4)
The assassin firing the Minigun. (Ep.4)

M61 Vulcan

A F-22 sent to hunt Koro-sensei uses its M61 Vulcan to no avail. A assassin in Episode 4 uses one as well on Koro-sensei.

GE M61 Vulcan Cannon - 20mm
Koro-sensei waxing a F-22 mid-flight after it tried to shoot it down. (Ep.1)
An assassin with the M61 Vulcan cannon set up behind shelves. How he compensates for the cannon's enormous recoil is anyone's guess. (Ep.4)
The assassin firing the M61. (Ep.4)

Sniper Rifles

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum

"Red Eyes" uses a Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum in attempts to assassinate Koro-sensei. In the OVA and manga however, he uses the AWS variant instead.

Accuracy International AWSM - .338 Lapua Magnum
"Red Eyes" taking aim with his AWSM. (Ep.7)
A view through the AWSM's scope. (Ep.7)
"Red Eyes" with his AWSM. (Ep.8)
"Red Eyes" holding his AWSM. (Ep.8)
"Red Eyes" and his AWSM. (Ep.8)

Blaser R93

Class 3-E student Chiba Ryunosuke uses a Blaser R93 Sniper Rifle that shoots anti-sensei BBs.

Blaser R93 Tactical - 7.62x51mm.
Chiba practicing with a R93. (Ep.17)
A view through Chiba's R93 scope. (Ep.17)
Side view of Chiba's R93. (Ep.17)
Chiba on the right holding a R93. (Ep.17)
Chiba aiming at Koro-sensei with the R93. (Ep.18)

Grenades

Mk. 2 Hand Grenade

Nagisa uses a Mk 2 hand grenade in a suicide-bomb tactic to assassinate Koro-sensei.

Mk 2 "Pineapple" High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Nagisa with the grenade on his necklace. (Ep.1)
A diagram of the grenade. (Ep.1)



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