Durarara!! ×2 Shou (January 10 - March 28, 2015).
The following weapons were used in Season 2 (Durarara!!×2 Shou) of the television series Durarara!!:
Heckler & Koch USP
A Heckler & Koch USP is used by Vorona as her sidearm, seen in the middle of "Hardship Makes the Man".
Heckler & Koch USP - .45 ACP.
Vorona aims the pistol at Shizuo.
A closeup of the pistol's trigger and trigger guard as Vorona pulls the trigger.
Vorona being disarmed of her sidearm by Akabayashi. You can see the grip here, which confirms that she was using the USP chambered in .45 ACP.
IMI Desert Eagle
An IMI Desert Eagle was used by a few Mafiya Boeviks in a flashback sequence in "Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears".
Magnum Research Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum
A Mafiya Boevik is shot dead by Vorona before he could fire his Desert Eagle.
A SIG-Sauer P226R is used by a wounded Boevik in "Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears".
The wounded Boevik attempts to draw out his sidearm.
A SIG-Sauer P230 was used by Vorona in a flashback sequence in "Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears".
SIG-Sauer P230 .380 ACP (9mm kurz).
Vorona opens fire with the P230 at Mafiya Boeviks.
The Tokarev TT-33 is seen in the hands of various criminals throughout the season.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Lingerin Douglanikov fires the TT-33 to take out a wounded Boevik in "Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears".
Lingerin with the TT-33 held in his right hand, having realised he could have fired his Tokarev to free his hands from the vases.
Lingerlin with his Tokarev, demonstrating excellent trigger discipline.
Drakon asks Lingerlin why he stores guns in vases.
"Ah! I shoot vase off!" Lingerlin devises a brilliant
method to remove the vase from his hand. Note the cocking serrations are now post-1947.
Drakon dissuades Lingerlin from shooting a vase containing his own hand.
A closeup of the grip as Lingerlin uses the butt to smash the vase.
An Awakusu-gumi wakashu aims his pistol at Shizuo as he escapes in "The Ladies' Man Has Neither Money nor Power".
AK-47 assault rifles are seen used by Mafiya Boeviks working under Lingerin in a sequence taking place in Russia in "Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears".
Lingerin's Boeviks drag the corpse of a dead rival Boevik.
An AK-74 equipped with a PBS-1 silencer is used by Vorona in the middle of "Hardship Makes the Man".
Vorona brandishes the silenced AK-74. Note that it's loaded with an orange bakelite magazine with the stock and foregrip furniture in orange, reminiscent of the first generation AK-74s made in the 1970s.
A side view of the AK-74. Note that it appears to be animated very large, which should be impossible for Vorona to wield.
Vorona now prone with the assault rifle as she shoots the kei car Shizuo kicks at her. In this shot, the AK-74 is animated more accurately once again, except that the foregrip is animated in black only.
Vorona aims her suppressed AK-74 at Shizuo
Shizuo disarms Vorona of her rifle by doing a karate chop, which wrecks the weapon.
Verona's suppressed AK-74 now destroyed and in several pieces.
Colt M16A2 DMR
A Colt M16A2 DMR is used by Kasuka Heiwajima in a TV special promoting his drama series Lunar Sniper in "A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words". The configuration matches that of the "Golgo 13" airsoft replica made by Tokyo Mauri.
Tokyo Marui "Golgo 13" M16 Airsoft Gun
Kasuka aiming the M16A2's mounted riflescope in a TV special promoting his action drama Lunar Sniper
A KSVK anti-material rifle is used by Vorona near the end of "Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears" to fend off an attack from Celty.
Degtyarev KSVK 12.7 - 12.7x108mm
The KSVK is aimed at Celty after Vorona goes prone on the truck bed.
Model 7290 Flashbang
Model 7290 Flashbangs are used by Sloan and Vorona throughout "No Use Crying Over Spilt Milk".
Model 7290 flashbang grenade
A used flashbang thrown by Sloan at Awakusu-gumi wakashus.
Vorona tosses the flashbang at Anri during a fight at Raira Academy.