Drifters

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Drifters (2016).

The following weapons were used in the anime series Drifters:

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Pistols

Tanegashima Pistol

Toyohisa uses a Tanegashima that appears to be based off a sawed-off shotgun, though it closely resembles a pistol form.

Tanegashima pistol tanzutsu modern firing replica.
Despite being stabbed by yaris, Toyohisa was able to draw out his short tanegashima. Note that this scene is copied entirely from the manga.
Toyohisa fires a fatal shot at Ii Naomasa.
Murasaki reads an article on Toyohisa's success in shooting Ii Naomasa.
A good shot of the pistol strapped at Toyohisa's rear in "Stomp Your Feet" when he leaps over Mark and Marsha.
A dwarf blacksmith shows off a finished Tanegashima pistol replica in "The Adventure of the Pistol Daimyō ~Bullet Counting Song~".
The dwarf blacksmith fires the pistol at Hijikata's direction near the end of "Staring at Shinsengumi ~The Song of the Fervid Kyūshū Man~".

Revolvers

Colt 1851 Navy

The Colt 1851 Navy is used by Butch Cassidy aka Robert Leroy Parker as his main sidearm of choice.

Denix Colt 1851 Navy replica
Butch Cassidy poses with the dual revolvers in the OP sequence, Gospel of the Throttle (Kyouhon REMIX ver.).
Butch Cassidy opens fire at Black King soldiers while protecting Octobrist magicians and Scipio with Hannibal near the end of "My Army Marches at Dawn".
Cassidy glares at a Black King soldier hitchhiking on the carriage, so he "warns" him off by shooting him.
A good shot of Cassidy's revolver while he tries to take aim at a Black King dragon rider.
The 1851 Navy tossed by Cassidy to Nobunaga at the end of "Mystery - Call Me".
Nobunaga stares at the revolver he got from Cassidy.

Shotguns

Ithaca 37

An Ithaca 37 is seen with a Vietnam War-era US Army soldier in "FIGHT SONG".

Ithaca 37 12 gauge with sawed-off stock and barrel - 12 gauge.
The Vietnam War-era US Army soldier with the sawed-off shotgun in "FIGHT SONG".

Rifles

Tanegashima Rifle

The Tanegashima Rifle is accurately used by various Japanese warlords in the Sengoku era, specifically by soldiers from the Shimazu Army. Oda Nobunaga uses one as one of his main weapons, given that he was one of the first few warlords in Japan to use tanegashimas after they were introduced to the country via Portuguese traders. The Sacred Band of Thebes, Count Saint-Germi's elite troops, are armed with them, first seen in "The Adventure of the Pistol Daimyō ~Bullet Counting Song~".

Fully stocked long barreled Tanegashima.
A line of tanegashimas being used by forces under Nobunaga in the OP sequence, Gospel of the Throttle (Kyouhon REMIX ver.).
Shimazu soldiers charge during the Battle of Sekihagara in "FIGHT SONG".
Shimazu soldiers take aim at incoming Naomasa cavalry soldiers as they hold the line.
Good shot of the tanegashimas aimed at Naomasa cavalry soldiers.
The volley of tanegashimas fired.
Oda Nobunaga introduces himself to Toyohisa by aiming his own tanegashima at him.
In this shot, you can see that Nobunaga does use a long tanegashima, noted by the grip.
In "Stomp Your Feet", Nobunaga fires his tanegashima at an Orte soldier by surprise.
Nobunaga smacks Toyohisa at the head at the start of "Men of Destiny".
Shara with Nobunaga's Tanegashima at the abandoned castle.
A Dwarf blacksmith examines an empty replica Tanegashima barrel he made in "Baba Yetu".
The Sacred Band of Thebes arm themselves with dwarf-made Tanegashimas near the end of "The Adventure of the Pistol Daimyō ~Bullet Counting Song~".
SBT forces take out the Black King soldiers' vanguard.
SBT forces open fire at close range on the Black King's forces in "Staring at Shinsengumi ~The Song of the Fervid Kyūshū Man~".
Closeup of a Tanegashima's pistol grip, trigger guard, trigger and wick in "Rewrite".
An arsenal of Tanegashimas in gun racks.

Winchester Model 1894

What appears to be a Winchester Model 1894 is seen with Sundance Kid, first appearing in "My Army Marches at Dawn".

Winchester 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine - .30-30
Sundance Kid waits for the Octobrists while taking a break in Carneades with Butch in "My Army Marches at Dawn".

Machine Guns

Browning M2

The Browning M2 is seen mounted on Boeing B-29 Superfortress bombers in Naoshi Kanno's vision in "My Army Marches at Dawn".

Browning M2 Aircraft, Flexible - .50 BMG
B-29s bomb downtown Tokyo in Kanno's vision in the middle of "My Army Marches at Dawn".

Gatling Gun

The Gatling Gun is seen used by Sundance Kid aka Harry Alonzo Longabaugh when he and Butch assist the Octobrists.

Gatling Gun
Sundance Kid fires a barrage from the gatling gun in the OP sequence, Gospel of the Throttle (Kyouhon REMIX ver.).
Black King soldiers taken out by a barrage from the gatling gun in "My Army Marches at Dawn".
Sundance Kid preps the gatling gun while escaping from Carneades.
The gatling gun is used by Sundance Kid when he arrives to back up Toyohisa and Nobunaga at the end of "Chaos Driver".
The gatling gun on the cart, now empty of ammo in the middle of "Mystery - Call Me".

Type 99 Model 2 Mark 4

The Type 99 Model 2 Mark 4 cannon is used as the main armament of Naoshi Kanno's Kawanishi N1KJ-2 Shiden-Kai.

Several IJA N1KJ-2s flies over the skies in the OP sequence, Gospel of the Throttle (Kyouhon REMIX ver.).
Kanno's Kawanishi N1KJ-2 flying around during the OP sequence.
Kanno takes on the Black King's dragon riders near the end of "My Army Marches at Dawn" after seeing a vision of a burning Tokyo.
Scipio finds Kanno's N1KJ-2 Shiden-Kai abandoned in the middle of "Mystery - Call Me".

Others

Yumi

A Yumi is used by Nasu no Yoichi as his main weapon in the show, which is accurate since he's known to be very skilled in its use.

Yoichi poses with his Yumi in the OP sequence, Gospel of the Throttle (Kyouhon REMIX ver.).
Yoichi forces Oda and Toyohisa to stop fighting by firing an arrow between them in "FIGHT SONG".
Yoichi shows off his archery skills in the middle of "Get Back to Love".
A dynamite is seen strapped on the arrow in Yoichi's Yumi at the start of "Serious Bomber".
A fire arrow is placed in the Yumi in "Staring at Shinsengumi ~The Song of the Fervid Kyūshū Man~".

Bow

A bow is used by numerous forces throughout the show.

Carneadesian archers take on Black King forces during a siege in the middle of "My Army Marches at Dawn".
A couple of elves check a handmade bow in "Get Back to Love".
An Orte Empire archer waits for orders to move out of their camp.
Elven archers take on Orte soldiers with the arrows covered in feces.
Elven archers prepare to execute Orte soldiers for raping female elves in "Men of Destiny".
Elven archers take up an ambush position near the end of "The Adventure of the Pistol Daimyō ~Bullet Counting Song~".
Fire arrows are launched by elven archers to destroy oil barrel traps in "Staring at Shinsengumi ~The Song of the Fervid Kyūshū Man~".

Crossbow

The Crossbow is used by Orte/Black King forces in the show.

Orte arbalists take cover during an aerial attack in "Men of Destiny".
A Black King arbalist gives a thumb up to a dragon rider at the end of "Chaos Driver".
An Orte arbalist arms himself in a siege in "Serious Bomber".
Orte arbalist open fire with crossbow pistols at fellow Orte soldiers in "Bring On a War".



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