Case Closed - Season 4

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Case Closed - Season 3 (January 12, 1997 – June 22, 1998).

The following weapons were used in Season 4 of the anime series Case Closed:


Contents


Pistols

FN Model 1910

The FN Model 1910 is used by the fake Misao Nakamura in "The Mysterious Robbers and Mansion Case (Part 2)".

FN Model 1910 - .380 ACP
The Model 1910 hidden inside the bandage on the right hand of the fake Misao in "The Mysterious Robbers and Mansion Case (Part 2)".
The fake Misao aims the 1910 at Kogoro Mori and Conan Edogawa.

Heckler & Koch P7M13

A Heckler & Koch P7M13 is seen in "The Bank Robber's Hospitalization Case" inside a creme puff box.

Heckler & Koch P7M13 - 9x19mm
Conan finds a P7M13 inside a creme puff box in "The Bank Robber's Hospitalization Case". Makes you wonder if someone ordered a special? Do note the bulge on the pistol grip, which is one way to tell it from the P7M8. You can also see the P7M13 markings.
Once again, he's displaying firearms violations by waving it around. Then again, he's doing it to attract the attention of the suspects...

Smith & Wesson 439

A Smith & Wesson 439 with black grips is seen throughout "The Fearful Traversing Murder Case (Part 2)". A stainless version is seen in "Historical Actor Murder Case (Part 1)" and "Historical Actor Murder Case (Part 2)".

Smith & Wesson 439 with Pachmayr grips - 9x19mm
The 439 used by Bunzo Ushio at the assassin known as The Fox near the end of "The Fearful Traversing Murder Case (Part 2)".
The Fox making a beeline for the dropped pistol.
The Fox aiming the 439 while posing as the fake cabin manager before Conan kicks the pistol away.
Nickel Smith & Wesson Model 439 - 9x19mm
The stainless 439 model gun in Kozaburo Hijikata's apartment in "Historical Actor Murder Case (Part 1)".
Kogoro Mori trying to use the model gun against his claims that it's just a lighter. And yes, there are some lighters sold in real life that are modeled after actual pistols.
Trigger broke.
Detective Wataru Takagi finds the model gun in "Historical Actor Murder Case (Part 2)".

Walther PP

A Walther PP is seen in a flashback of Yukiko Kido in a TV drama role as a female police officer in Dangerous Policewoman Story in "Caught Up with the Great Detective! 2 Murder Cases!".

Walther PP, other side - .32 ACP
Detective Misao Yamamura of the Gunma Prefectural Police unleashes his inner fanboy after meeting with Yukiko in "Caught Up with the Great Detective! 2 Murder Cases!".

Shotguns

Franchi SPAS-12

The Franchi SPAS-12 is seen in "The Bank Robber's Hospitalization Case" with one of the masked robbers.

Franchi SPAS-12 combat shotgun with stock removed – 12 Gauge
The masked robber with the SPAS-12 in "The Bank Robber's Hospitalization Case".

Remington Model 870

The Remington Model 870 is seen in "The Bank Robber's Hospitalization Case" with some of the masked robbers.

Remington 870P NFA 14" shotgun with Tamer pistol grip - 12 gauge.
The short Model 870 aimed at the bank customers in "The Bank Robber's Hospitalization Case".
Remington Model 870 Magnum with Hogue Tamer pistol grip, 18” barrel and ATI heat shield - 12 gauge
The Model 870 with a heat shield is used by the bank robber in "The Bank Robber's Hospitalization Case".

Others

Crossbow

A crossbow is seen in "The Crane's Reciprocation Murder Case" and in "Caught Up with the Great Detective! 2 Murder Cases!"

The crossbow seen in an evidence bag and held by Detective Ezomatsu of the Hokkaido Prefectural Police "The Crane's Reciprocation Murder Case".
First person view of the crossbow being aimed.
Hiroshi Machida firing the crossbow from outside the house.
A view of the crossbow's pistol grip when Conan explains how it can be rigged to be fired from a distance. You can see the words Hunter Cross.
Another shot of the crossbow pistol.
The rigged crossbow pistol inside a cabinet in "Caught Up with the Great Detective! 2 Murder Cases!".


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