Batman: Gotham Knight
Batman: Gotham Knight is a six-part anime anthology film released in 2008. The movie consists of six animated shorts (each from a different director, writer, animation studio and art style) that together form a single narrative set between the events of Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins and The Dark Knight and fills in some of the gaps in Bruce Wayne's backstory.
The following firearms are used in the anime anthology Batman: Gotham Knight:
Several M1911 handguns are seen throughout the movie.
World War II issued Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP
Crispus Allen (voiced by Gary Dourdan
) clutches his M1911 in the segment "Crossfire"
after being rescued by Batman from an exploding car.
A hallucinating criminal fires his M1911 at Batman in "Working Through Pain"
An M1911 is seen in Bruce Wayne's bag of guns in "Deadshot"
Bruce Wayne (voiced by Kevin Conroy) examines his unwanted M1911.
Smith & Wesson 945
In "Field Test", Maroni carries a S&W 945.
Stainless Smith & Wesson 945 - .45 ACP
Maroni (voiced by Rob Paulsen) draws his Smith & Wesson M945 when Batman first lands on his boat.
In "Field Test", "The Russian" is seen using a Stechkin APS during the standoff between the Russian mob and Maroni's men.
Stechkin APS - 9x18mm Makarov
"The Russian" (voiced by Corey Burton) armed with his Stechkin APS during the standoff.
In "Field Test", a Russian gangster who gets shot by one of Maroni's men carries a Makarov PM.
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
The Russian gangster Anton (voiced by Will Friedle) still holds his Makarov PM after getting inadvertently shot by one of Maroni's men.
Smith & Wesson Model 686
In "Working Through Pain", one of the weapons that Batman finds in the sewer is a Smith & Wesson Model 686.
Smith & Wesson Model 686 - .357 Magnum.
Batman examines the Smith & Wesson Model 686 along with the pile of guns he finds in the sewer.
Joe Chill (the mugger who kills Bruce Wayne's parents) is seen using an unidentified 5-shot revolver.
Joe Chill is seen with his unidentified 5-shot revolver in the flashback where he kills Bruce Wayne's parents.
In "Working Through Pain", one of the guns that Batman finds is a Walther P99.
Although it is hard to see, the Walther P99 is visible on the right in the pile of guns Batman finds.
One of the guns that Batman finds in "Working Through Pain" is a Walther P38.
Walther P38 with synthetic grips - 9x19mm
Batman examines the Walther P38.
Most of the Russian mobsters in "Field Test" use MP-446 Viking pistols.
A Russian mobster is seen in the background armed with his MP-446, while the barrel of another MP-446 is seen in front of the first Russian mobster.
Several Glock pistols are seen throughout the movie. While most appear to be full-sized variants, none of them are shown clearly enough to determine the exact model and caliber.
Glock 17 (Generation 2) - 9x19mm
The "Man in Black" (voiced by George Newbern) uses a Glock in "Have I Got a Story For You"
Maroni (voiced by Rob Paulsen) threatens to shoot Anna Ramirez with a 2nd Generation Glock in "Crossfire"
, as Crispus Allen approaches the both of them (off-screen)
Two G.P.D. officers are seen armed with Glocks in "Field Test"
A Glock can be seen in the mass of guns that Batman finds in "Working Through Pain"
In "Field Test", Lucius Fox demonstrates the mechanics of a "force field" device that he has developed by shooting at it with an unidentified handgun. Knowing Fox and his role in Batman's universe, it is possible that his pistol is a unique custom-built model.
Fox (voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson) aims his pistol down range. Note the laser pointer built into the recoil spring guide.
Fox demonstrates impeccable gun safety, keeping his finger off the trigger even when the slide is locked back.
Fox inserts a full magazine into his pistol, then hits the slide release to chamber a round.
Fox's pistol lies empty on the bench.
Several Gotham P.D. officers are seen with Heckler & Koch MP5A5 submachine guns.
A G.P.D. officer at the entrance to The Narrows is armed with an MP5A5 in "Crossfire"
One of the officers tasked with protecting Gordon in "Deadshot"
can be seen with an MP5 in the background
Maroni's men in "Crossfire" use Thompson M1928 submachine guns during their standoff with the Russian mobsters.
Maroni's men on both sides of him are seen armed with Thompson M1928s, while Maroni prefers using two MAC-10's.
The Russian mobsters in "Crossfire" carry PPSh-41s.
A Russian mobster armed with a PPSh-41 during the standoff with Maroni's men.
Another Russian mobster fires his PPSh-41 at Batman when he interrupts the standoff between both mob parties.
In "Crossfire", Maroni is seen dual-wielding two MAC-10 machine pistols. Another MAC-10 is seen in "Deadshot" in the bag of guns that Bruce brings back to Wayne Manor.
Ingram MAC-10 open bolt submachine gun - .45 ACP
Maroni (voiced by Rob Paulsen) uses two MAC-10s akimbo style.
A MAC-10 is seen in Bruce Wayne's "Gun Collection".
Deadshot (voiced by Jim Meskimen) is seen using a wrist-mounted weapons system that consists of two medium-caliber submachine guns that he uses to fire at Batman. This is attributed to the comics where Deadshot had a vast array of his own custom made wrist-mounted weaponry that he uses against his targets.
Deadshot's bizarre wrist weapon. In this scene, the barrels appear to have a retraction system of some sort, as Deadshot activated the mechanism by flicking his wrist downwards, extending the barrels.
Deadshot fires his wrist weapon at Batman.
In "Deadshot", the title character uses a custom-built sniper rifle of an unknown make and model. He is shown carrying it disassembled in a foam-lined case.
Deadshot's rifle in its case
Deadshot screws in the rifle's barrel...
...attaches the handguard...
...and loads in the double-stack magazine.
Deadshot fires his rifle, making a perfect headshot from over a mile away. While riding a moving Ferris wheel
Deadshot signs his kill by leaving a monogrammed casing.
During one of Bruce Wayne's flashbacks in "Working Through Pain", a soldier is seen with a generic AK-47.
Final Production version of the III AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
The soldier near the hospital exit armed with a generic-looking AK-47.
In "Crossfire", "The Russian" breaks out a RPG-7 during the firefight with Maroni's men.
The Russian opens the case revealing the RPG-7 inside.