Case Closed - Season 5

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Case Closed - Season 5 (June 29, 1998 – February 8, 1999).

The following weapons were used in Season 5 of the anime series Case Closed:


Contents


Pistols

Beretta 92FS

A Beretta 92FS with a suppressor is seen in "The Indiscriminate Threatening Stadium Case (Part 2)" with Hiruta, masquerading as a Nichiuri TV cameraman.

Suppressed Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Hiruta draws out his suppressed 92FS, inadvertently blocking the dart from Conan Edogawa's stun-gun watch.
The suppressed pistol aimed at Conan, showing his willingness to kill a child.

Colt Commander

What seems to be a stainless Colt Commander is used by Masao Kouda in "The Mysterious Mole Alien Case (Part 2)"

Colt Commander M1991A1 - .45 ACP
Masao hands over the model gun in "The Mysterious Mole Alien Case (Part 2)".

Glock Full-Size

A Glock-based full-size pistol is seen as a light gun-type controller in an arcade parlor in "A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case (Part 1)".

Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The gamer aiming the Glock at undead skeletons in "A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case (Part 1)".

Kel-Tec P-11

The Kel-Tec P-11 is seen in "The Girl from the Black Organization and the University Professor Murder Case" with the forger known as Silver Fox. Ai Haibara aka Shiho Miyano uses it to scare the living daylights out of her.

Kel-Tec P-11 - 9x19mm
Silver Fox takes out the P-11 in the middle of "The Girl from the Black Organization and the University Professor Murder Case".
The P-11 being used to aim at Ayumi Yoshida's head.
Conan kicks a M1911A1 to disarm Silver Fox of her sidearm.
Today's a bad day to piss off a little girl.
Ai's shooting skills impress and terrify Conan simultaneously.
Inspector Juzo Megure with the seized P-11 after Silver Fox is arrested.

M1911A1

The M1911A1 is seen, strangely, with Tokyo Metropolitan Police officers in the season. Most of the TMPD never use semi-automatics except for specialized units like the Special Investigation/Assault Team or the Security Police. While the M1911A1 has a history of use in Japan, only the Japanese Self-Defense Forces has a record of using them as the Allied Forces provided the pistols until they changed to the Minebea P9. It's seen used by a bald villain in a TV action drama Conan was watching in "A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case (Part 1)". In "The Girl from the Black Organization and the University Professor Murder Case", Conan uses a discarded M1911A1 to kick it at Silver Fox and disarm her of her P-11.

The actual M1911A1 Pierce Brosnan used in The World Is Not Enough - .45 ACP
Sergeant Wataru Takagi and the other TMPD officers take out their sidearms in "The Mystery Writer Disappearance Case (Part 2)".
Takagi and the plainclothes officer raise their sidearms.
The shady bad guy takes out a M1911A1 from his jacket in the TV drama in "A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case (Part 1)".
The green jacket-wearing character picks up the tossed M1911A1.
Conan kicks a M1911A1 to disarm Silver Fox of her sidearm in "The Girl from the Black Organization and the University Professor Murder Case".

TT-33

The Tokarev TT-33 is seen in "The Indiscriminate Threatening Stadium Case (Part 1)".

WE TT-33 air gun with fake suppressor.
The masked criminal aims the suppressed TT-33 from underneath his arms in "The Indiscriminate Threatening Stadium Case (Part 1)".
A visual of two suspects' silhouettes used to explain the incident going on at the National Stadium.
MP-656K - .177
In "The Indiscriminate Threatening Stadium Case (Part 1)", Conan explains that the TT-33 he saw was likely smuggled into Japan by way of China, which is actually true with those pistols seized by Japanese law enforcement.

Walther P38

The Walther P38 is seen with a TV villain in an action drama Conan was watching in "A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case (Part 1)".

Denix non-firing replica of Walther P38
The villain dramatically aims his P38 in "A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case (Part 1)".

Walther PPK/S

A Walther PPK/S is used in "The Black Organization: 1 Billion Yen Robbery Case" by Hirota Masami aka Akemi Miyano before she meets with Gin and Vodka at a deserted warehouse.

Walther PPK/S Blue Steel - .380 ACP
Akemi secures her sidearm before her fateful meeting with Gin and Vodka in "The Black Organization: 1 Billion Yen Robbery Case".
Closeup of the PPK/S as Akemi fires it. It's a shame on her part as Gin shot faster.

Revolvers

Nambu Model 60

A Nambu Model 60 appears to be seen in a next episode preview eyecatch in "The Naniwa Serial Murder Case". This is contrast with the first season, where such an eyecatch showed the exact same weapon.

Nambu Model 60 snub nose - Stainless version.
The revolver in the next episode preview eyecatch in "The Naniwa Serial Murder Case". It's depicted to have a gold finish.

Smith & Wesson Model 29

A Smith & Wesson Model 29 is seen in "A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case (Part 1)" as a murder weapon uncovered after Shiro Hiraoka, a criminal trying to blackmail chairman Seiji Ishimoto of the Ishimoto Company, was unmasked as the initial suspect. It's also used by a white jacket-wearing character in an action drama Conan was watching. In "A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case (Part 2)". Sergeant Takagi finds it rigged to a stage lamp.

Pre-Model 29 with 4" barrel. The specimen was manufactured in early 1958 and by then S&W had eliminated the top side plate screw making this particular model a "4 Screw".
A brief shot of the revolver fired at Ishimoto in "A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case (Part 1)".
The Model 29 being aimed by Hiraoka when Conan wonders if the suspect is proficient in firearms handling.
Hiraoka's corpse with the revolver tucked in his pants. Least he's not liable for firearms violations if the gun should go off.
The guy blowing the smoke from his revolver after killing the shady villain.
In "A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case (Part 2)", Takagi finds the rigged Model 29.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

A Smith & Wesson Model 36 is seen throughout "Masked Yaiba Murder Case" as a key piece of evidence Conan use to pin Osamu Honda as the murder suspect. Katsuji Mishima also uses it to shoot Osamu.

Nickel Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
The holstered Model 36 in the duty belt of Osamu in his Laser Police cosplay outfit in "Masked Yaiba Murder Case".
Osamu in his Laser Police cosplay outfit shows off the revolver to Kogoro Mori.
Kogoro with the Model 36.
Kogoro ejects the revolver's cylinder to check on the loaded ammo. He was told that they're blanks.
Kogoro checks the revolver after Osamu lends it to him.
Closeup of Katsuji's revolver after aiming it at Osamu.
Katsuji decides to use of the revolver to commit suicide.
Tome secures the revolver as police evidence.
Conan while explaining that Osamu and Mishima conspired to use actual revolvers in the case.

Smith & Wesson Model 66

A Smith & Wesson Model 66 is used by Osaka Prefectural Police officer Yusuke Sakata aka Yusuke Inaba as his sidearm in "The Naniwa Serial Murder Case".

Smith & Wesson Model 66 with Pachmayr grips - .357 Magnum.

[[File:CCS05E12 001.jpg|thumb|none|600px|Yusuke aims the Model 66 at his head in "The Naniwa Serial Murder Case".

Teen detective Heiji Hattori fires Sakata's revolver during a fight.
Heiji with the revolver after he expended its ammo.
The revolver being tossed into the fire.
A good shot of the grip. Note that it has finger grooves on it.

Unknown Revolver

The green jacket-wearing character aims the revolver in "A Mysterious Sniper Murder Case (Part 1)". It's a continuity error since he was using a M1911A1. There's not enough details to give a good ID.

Others

Bowgun

A bowgun is seen in a next episode preview eyecatch in "Magic Lover's Murder Case (The Murder)". It's seen in "Magic Lover's Murder Case (The Suspicion)" and "Magic Lover's Murder Case (The Resolution)".

The bowgun in the next episode preview eyecatch in "Magic Lover's Murder Case (The Murder)".
The discarded bowgun in the forest.
When Yoshinori Ara takes it, the bowgun is animated very small.
Ran Mori sees the discarded bowgun in "Magic Lover's Murder Case (The Resolution)".
Ran aims the bowgun from the balcony.
Katsuki Doito with the bowgun.
Kikue Tanaka with the bowgun when Conan how she's the likely suspect to use it.
Discarding the weapon in the forest.


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