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Full Metal Panic! (2002).

The following weapons were used in the anime series Full Metal Panic!:

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Pistols

Beretta 92F

Beretta 92Fs are used by A-21 terrorists in "Run Run Run", first seen as their sidearm. Andrei Sergevich Kalinin, commander of Mithril's Western Pacific Battle Group's ground/air forces, arms himself with one after disarming an A-21 terrorist.

Beretta 92F 9x19mm.
A-21 terrorists with their pistols aimed at Tessa and Kaname in "Run Run Run".
An A-21 terrorist threatens to shoot Kaname in "Behemoth Awakening".
Kalinin places his strong hand on the 92F's slide, preventing it from being fired.
Kalinin shoots the restraints off his leg.
Kalinin takes out an armed terrorist during the escape.
Seina takes aim at Kalinin when the SS George Clinton is sinking.

Browning BDA

The Browning BDA is used by Mithril Special Response Team operator Kurz Weber as his personal sidearm of choice.

Browning BDA - 9x19mm
Kurz takes cover in a ditch with his BDA in "STILL ALIVE".
Kurz conducts blind firing from the ditch while under siege.
A good closeup of the BDA, slide locked back while the pistol is being reloaded.

Glock-type pistol

A Glock-type pistol is seen on the desk in "Engaging Six and Seven".

The Glock-type pistol seen on a table in "Engaging Six and Seven". There's not enough details to determine what type of Glock it is.

Glock 26

The Glock 26 is used by Mithril Special Response Team operator Sousuke Sagara as his personal sidearm of choice.

Glock 26 subcompact Pistol - 9x19mm
Kagurazaka-sensei shows Sousuke his confiscated Glock 26 in "I Want to Protect You".
Sousuke covertly draws out his sidearm after sighting a suspicious person in a cafe. It was strange that he was able to take it back from the school despite being confiscated.
Kurz is greeted by Sergeant Serious Sagara when he came back to the Mithril Chofu safehouse in "Lingerie Panic".
The Glock 26 on the table in "Part Time Steady".
Sousuke accosts Satoru Shirai outside the subway train.
Sousuke gets creative to use his sidearm at the crane machine.
The Glock 26 aimed at a suspicious person when Sousuke clears the Chofu safe house in "Dangerous Safe House".
Sousuke takes cover with his sidearm during a rescue op in "Engaging Six and Seven".
"There's no escape! Surrender now!"
Sousuke corners Gauron after he invades the bridge in the Tuatha de Danaan-1 in "Field of Giants".
Sousuke gets creative in freeing Lt. Goddard from his handcuffs.

Heckler & Koch Mark 23

A Heckler & Koch Mark 23 is seen in "Field of Giants" with the commanding officer of the USS Bunker Hill. However, the pistol is used by special forces units and thus, a M9 would have been a better option.

Heckler & Koch Mark 23 - .45 ACP
The unnamed admiral aims his sidearm at Kalinin at the start of "Field of Giants".

Heckler & Koch P8

The Heckler & Koch P8 is used by Mithril Special Response Team operator Melissa Mao as her personal sidearm of choice. Its presence is confirmed by numerous FMP art and guidebooks.

Heckler & Koch P8 - 9x19mm. Note the reversed safety lever.
Melissa mocks Kurz while threatening to shoot him for coming home drunk in "Lingerie Panic".
"Careful, miss. You'll get burned."
Kurz smirks after he accused Melissa of trying to sneak into the recruit's barracks to steal his underwear in "Engaging Six and Seven".

Makarov PM

A Makarov PM appears to be used in "Whispered" by the Whispered specialist doing a test on Kaname Chidori.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm
The pistol aimed at Kaname while attempting to escape in "Whispered".
The specialist threatens to shoot the student.

Norinco Type 77

A Norinco Type 77 pistol is used by a KGB agent who engages Sousuke in a fight in "Kidnap", which the latter uses it in a rescue op in "Whispered".

Type 77 - 7.62x17mm
The KGB agent faces Sousuke in "Kidnap", who's about to kick it from his hand.
The dropped Type 77 on the ground.
Sousuke interrogates a Whispered specialist at gunpoint after shooting near her head in "Whispered".
The Type 77 is fired by Sousuke while in a gunfight.

Ruger KP89

The Ruger KP89 is used by SRT operator John Danigan, most notably in "Deep Trap" and in "Jack in the Box", which he uses after he goes rogue.

Ruger KP89 - 9x19mm.
John takes aim at Lian Shaopin, suppressor attached in "Deep Trap".
The shot of John aiming his suppressed pistol.
Gauron takes John's pistol after disarming him.
The KP89 is fired by John when Sousuke launches a charge attack in "Jack in the Box".

SIG-Sauer P226

The SIG-Sauer P226 is used by Gauron, sometimes used with a suppressor for black ops missions.

SIG-Sauer P226 pistol with Mystic Suppressor - 9x19mm.
Closeup of the P226 in "Kidnap". Note that it has a LAM module attached underneath the barrel.
Gauron grips his sidearm. In this shot, you can see the suppressor mounted on the barrel.
Factory black (K-Kote) SIG-Sauer P226 pistol - 9x19mm.
Gauron threatens Kagurazaka-sensei with his sidearm.
Kaname's imagine spot of Gauron aiming his sidearm at her in "Boy Meets Girl".
Gauron executes a courier on the spot at the start of "Deep Sea Party".

Steyr M9

The Steyr M9 is used by SRT operator Nguyen Bien Bo, most notably in "Deep Trap", "Jack in the Box" and "Field of Giants", which he uses after he goes rogue.

Steyr M9 - 9x19mm
Nguyen takes aim at McAllen from the back in "Deep Trap" with his suppressed M9.
Nguyen fires his M9 at Sousuke in "Jack in the Box".
Closeup of the M9's receiver and slide in "Field of Giants".
Rear side of the M9's slide after Nguyen is attacked from the side.

Walther TPH

A Walther TPH is used by Mithril Western Pacific Battle Group commander Captain Teletha "Tessa" Testarossa as her personal sidearm when in civilian clothes. However, she uses it briefly in "Jack in the Box" when she assists Kaname to escape.

Walther TPH - .22LR
Tessa aims the TPH at a suspicious person before she realizes it was Sousuke in "Dangerous Safe House".
A closeup of Tessa's sidearm.
Tessa takes aim at Gauron in "Jack in the Box".
Another angle of the TPH.
The TPH taken from Tessa's hands after he disarms her.

Revolvers

Nambu Model 60

Nambu Model 60s are used by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police as its main sidearm.

New Nambu Model 60. Note pistol grip and buckle on the bottom.
TMPD officers take aim foolishly at Melissa's M9 in "Behemoth Awakening".
TMPD officers opens fire at the M9.

Smith & Wesson Model 49

The Smith & Wesson Model 49 is seen in "Part Time Steady" when Sousuke examines the gear he needs to bring to Jindai High. It's never used in the entire series.

Smith & Wesson Model 49 - .38 Special
The S&W Model 49 on the table near the Glock 26 in "Part Time Steady".

Submachine Guns

FN P90

The FN P90 is used by Mithril Special Reaction and Primary Reaction Team forces as a standard submachine gun in the series.

FN P90 - FN 5.7x28mm
Mithril SRT/PRT operators barge into the Japan Airlines Boeing passenger jet during a breach in "Whispered". Note the UN beret and patches, indicating that they're disguised as UN peacekeepers.
A Mithril operator speaks to Jindai High students once the jet is secured.
Kurz raids the SS George Clinton in "Behemoth Awakening" with his own P90.
Kurz covers for Sousuke during the raid.

Heckler & Koch MP5

A Heckler & Koch MP5 of an unknown variant is seen in "Dangerous Safe House".

The terrorist (left) takes aim with a MP5 in "Dangerous Safe House". There's not enough details to determine what type of MP5 he's using.

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDWs are used by terrorists, first seen in "Dangerous Safe House" when Mithril Western Pacific Battle Group forces raid a terrorist training camp and when A-21 launches an assault on the Japanese Defense Agency's black ops research center.

MP5K with the PDW-style folding stock attached, commonly used in films to emulate the PDW - 9x19mm.
A terrorist in a training camp sees Mithril's M9s in "Dangerous Safe House".
Seina emerges out of the black Savage with her weapon.
A closeup of Seina's MP5K-PDW as she interrogates a wounded Kalinin.
A-21 terrorists surround Kalinin, Tessa and Kaname in "Behemoth Awakening".

Ingram MAC-10

An Ingram MAC-10 is handed to Gauron after John and Nguyen after they help him escape from Mithril custody in "Deep Trap" and "Field of Giants".

MAC-10 was used by Jamie Lee Curtis in the film True Lies - 9x19mm Parabellum.
Gauron enters the TDD-1's bridge in "Deep Trap" with Kaname held hostage.
The MAC-10 aimed at the helmsman's head.
Closeup of the MAC-10 markings in "Field of Giants". Note that he's aiming it at Tessa, being seriously pissed off.
Gauron opens fire at Sousuke when the latter charges in the bridge.
The empty MAC-10 after Gauron uses it for suppressive fire. Note that it has the Cobray logo on the receiver.

PP-90

The PP-90 is seen in "Kidnap" and "Whispered" by KGB agents in a Soviet military base in the Khanka region before Sousuke takes one from a KGB agent he shot dead. Strangely enough, Soviet soldiers stationed in the region use PP-90s as well in "STILL ALIVE".

PP-90 - 9x18mm Makarov
A KGB agent oversees the planting of a bomb inside the Japan Airlines Boeing passenger jet in "Kidnap".
Gauron gets a headshot, courtesy of Sousuke in Afghanistan when Kalinin narrates to Tessa about his supposed fate.
A KGB agent accosts Kaname while his colleague shoulders his PP-90 in "Whispered".
Soviet soldiers opens fire at a hijacked truck.
Sousuke insists that Kaname should return to Japan by herself in the middle of "STILL ALIVE".
Soviet soldiers surround Sousuke, Kurz and Kaname as they approach the ditch they're using.
Sousuke conducts blind firing from the ditch.

Steyr SPP

The Steyr SPP is used by Sousuke as his personal submachine gun of choice.

Steyr SPP with 30-round magazine - 9x19mm
Sousuke packs up his Steyr SPP in his bag in in "The Guy I Kinda Like is a Sergeant".
"Ma'am. What you have there is no toy."
Sousuke explains to Kagurazaka-sensei that she's holding an actual live SPP instead of an airgun.
A good of the SPP seen at the start of "Part Time Steady".
The SPP inside a cabinet with a P90 in "Run Run Run".
Loading up on the SPP.
Sousuke with the SPP while taking refuge in Jindai High.
Taking aim with the iron sights.
Sousuke draws out his SPP during the raid on the SS George Clinton in "Behemoth Awakening".

Walther MP

The Walther MP is seen with a courier's bodyguard in "Deep Sea Party". There's not enough details to determine the type.

The armed bodyguard with the MP at the start of "Deep Sea Party".

Assault Rifles

AK-47

The AK-47 is used by terrorists throughout the show.

Authentic AK-47 built from US Receiver - 7.62x39mm
A terrorist with an AK-47 in "Dangerous Safe House".
The terrorist (left) with the AK-47.
An AK-47 in an arms stash.
Anti-Soviet guerrillas in Afghanistan on a marching group in "The Wind Blows at Home, Part 1".

AKS-74U

AKS-74Us are used by guerrilla fighters in "Engaging Six and Seven".

AKS-74U with orange bakelite magazine - 5.45x39mm
A guerrilla fighter guards captured Mithril instructors/recruits in "Engaging Six and Seven".
Guerrilla fighters propose a toast.
A good closeup of the AKS-74Us.

Colt M16A1

Colt M16A1s outfitted with M16A2 handguards are used by Jimmer, Kurz, Melissa and Sousuke during their time in Belize in "Engaging Six and Seven". They're fired in full auto mode.

Colt M16A1 with A2 handguards - 5.56x45mm.
Sousuke (known as Sousky Seagal) uses the M16A1's buttstock to stop Melissa from trying to shoot Kurz in "Engaging Six and Seven".
Jimmer takes cover in the forest. Note that the buttstock is different from the actual M16A1.
Kurz gets into a prone position. In this shot, it appears to be different since it has a picatinny railing instead of a carry handle with the C-MORE sight attached.
A better shot of Kurz's M16A1. This time, you can see that the picatinny rail is installed over the carry handle. This was most likely done after Kurz revealed that he's a good shooter.
Melissa opens fire at guerrilla fighters, making a distraction.

Colt M4A1

A Colt M4A1 is used by Sousuke during his time in Afghanistan.

Colt M4A1 - 5.56x45mm
Sousuke with the M4A1 in an old guerrilla hideout in "The Wind Blows at Home, Part 2".
You can see the carry handle of the M4A1.

FAMAS

A FAMAS makes a brief appearance in "Dangerous Safe House" in the hands of a Mithril operator leading detained terrorists. While it has the actual FAMAS frame, it is shown with a conventional appearance, which is incorrect since it's made as a bullpup.

A Mithril operator escorts detained terrorists after an anti-terrorist mission in "Dangerous Safe House".

Howa Type 89

The Howa Type 89 is seen with Japanese Ground Self-Defense Forces as their main assault rifle.

Howa Type 89 with integral bipod - 5.56x45mm.
JGSDF soldiers on guard duty at a JDA black ops research center in "Dangerous Safe House".
JGSDF soldiers on sentry duty inside the research center.

Carbines

Arisaka Type 38

What appears to be an Arisaka Type 38 is seen in a Japanese Pacific War movie Sousuke and Mizuki are watching in "Part Time Steady".

Arisaka Type 38 Carbine - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
The Type 38 slung on the IJA soldier's shoulder.

Sniper Rifles

Crosman Quest 1000x

A Crosman Quest 1000x is used by Sousuke during his days in Afghanistan in "Kidnap" when he takes a shot at Gauron.

Sousuke peering through the scope in "Kidnap" before taking the shot.

SVD Dragunov

A SVD Dragunov is used by A-21 terrorists providing sniper cover in "Run Run Run".

SVD Dragunov with scope removed - 7.62x54mm R
An A-21 terrorist keeps an eye on Sousuke in "Run Run Run".

Walther WA 2000

The Walther WA 2000 is used by Kurz Weber as his primary weapon since he serves in the SRT as a sniper.

Walther WA 2000 first variant
"You forgot who you're talking to."
Kurz scopes out Kaname's apartment in Chofu in "Lingerie Panic".
Closeup of Kurz's WA2000 in "One Night Stand".
Sniping at the Behemoth's gun port.

Machine Guns

FN Minimi

A FN Minimi is present in an arms stash in "Dangerous Safe House".

FN Minimi Standard - 5.56x45mm NATO
A FN Minimi in an arms stash in "Dangerous Safe House".

General Dynamics GAU-12/U

The General Dynamics GAU-12/U is seen with Mithril-manned McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier IIs as their main weapon.

General Dynamics GAU-12/U with unfired rounds - 25x137mm
Dual AV-8B Harrier IIs are seen parked inside the TDD-1 at the start of "The Guy I Kinda Like is a Sergeant".
Harrier IIs parked inside the TDD-1 hangar in "Boy Meets Girl". This shot is recycled once again, used in "Engaging Six and Seven".
Harrier IIs in the hangar in the middle of "Deep Sea Party".
TDD-1 maintenance personnel secure a Harrier II after an emergency blow in "Field of Giants".

Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-23

The Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-23 is seen mounted on Soviet-made MiG-21 fighters in "Kidnap" and in "STILL ALIVE".

Grayzev-Shipunov GSh-23 - 23x115mm
A SAF MiG-21 parked in front of a hangar in "Kidnap". The same scene is recycled for a night scene in "Whispered".
SAF MiG-21s are deployed to the besieged Khankan base in "STILL ALIVE".

KPVT

A KPVT machine gun is seen mounted on a Soviet-type BTR APC in "Whispered" and strangely with JGSDF forces in "Dangerous Safe House". Some are seen with terrorists in the show.

KPVT heavy machine gun with carry handle - 14.5x114mm
The BTR APC opens fire on Mithril M9 Arm Slaves alongside a Rk 92 Savage in "Whispered".
A couple of BTR APCs in a terrorist training camp in "Dangerous Safe House".
The BTR APC with the KPVT mount visible.
It's strange that GONZO would animate the BTRs alongside Komatsu Type 87 recon vehicles, considering that the actual JGSDF never used them.

M61 Vulcan

The M61 Vulcan is seen mounted on a UN-affiliated F-16 fighter in "Kidnap".

GE M61 Vulcan Cannon - 20x102mm
A F-16 flies by a JAL Boeing passenger jet in "Kidnap".

NSVT

The NSVT is seen mounted on Soviet-made T-72 MBTs in "STILL ALIVE" and in "Dangerous Safe House".

NSV HMG - 12.7x108mm
Soviet Army T-72 MBTs deployed to the besieged Khanka base in "STILL ALIVE".
A T-72 MBT in a terrorist training camp in "Dangerous Safe House".

Oerlikon Contraves KBA

An Oerlikon Contraves KBA is used by JGSDF Komatsu Type 87 recon vehicles in "Dangerous Safe House", licensed officially by Japan Steel Works.

Oerlikon Contraves 25mm KBA cannon - 25x127mm.
A couple of Komatsu Type 87s on guard duty at a JDA black ops research center in "Dangerous Safe House".
Type 87s open fire with their KBA autocannons at the A-21 Savage.

Phalanx CIWS Block 1B

The Phalanx CIWS Block 1B is seen on the USS Bunker Hill (CG-52) in the show.

Phalanx Block 1B CIWS - 20x102mm
The USS Bunker Hill (CG-52) as seen in "Jack in the Box".

PKT

The PKT is seen mounted on Soviet-made T-72 MBTs in "STILL ALIVE" and in "Dangerous Safe House" and on BTR-type APCs in "Whispered" and strangely with JGSDF forces in "Dangerous Safe House".

PKTM - 7.62x54mm R. A modified version of PKT, put into service in 1998.
The BTR APC opens fire on Mithril M9 Arm Slaves alongside a Rk 92 Savage in "Whispered".
Soviet Army T-72 MBTs deployed to the besieged Khanka base in "STILL ALIVE".
A T-72 in a terrorist training camp in "Dangerous Safe House".
Melissa's M9 confronts the T-72.
A couple of BTR APCs in a terrorist training camp.
The BTR APC with the KPVT mount visible.
It's strange that GONZO would animate the BTRs alongside Komatsu Type 87 recon vehicles, considering that the actual JGSDF never used them.

Shipunov 2A42 cannon

A Shipunov 2A42 cannon is seen on top of a Soviet BTR-type APC in "Kidnap".

Shipunov 2A42 mounted on BTR-90 - 30x165mm
The 2A42 cannon on top of the BTR-type APC in "Kidnap".

Sumitomo Type 74

Sumitomo Type 74s are used in Komatsu Type 87 recon vehicles in co-axial mounts in "Dangerous Safe House".

Vehicle-mounted Type 74 machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
A couple of Komatsu Type 87s on guard duty at a JDA black ops research center in "Dangerous Safe House".
Type 87s open fire with their KBA autocannons at the A-21 Savage.

Yakushev-Borzov Yak-B

The Yakushev-Borzov Yak-B is seen with Soviet-made Mil Mi-24 gunships.

Closeup of Yakushev-Borzov Yak-B mounted on Mi-24 Hind-D - 12.7x108mm
A Soviet Air Force Mil Mi-24 guns down the overturned jeep of a Mithril spy in "The Guy I Kinda Like is a Sergeant".
A SAF Mil Mi-24 intercepts the Arbalest in "Boy Meets Girl".
Afghan Air Force Mil Mi-24s search for the Mithril Indian Ocean M9 unit in "The Wind Blows at Home, Part 1".
An AAF Mil Mi-24 is shot down by the Arbalest at the start of "The Wind Blows at Home, Part 3".

ZU-23-2

What appears to be a ZU-23-2 "Sergey" 23 mm anti-aircraft twin-barreled autocannon is used by Amalgam forces during a siege in "Venom's Flame".

The "Sergey" engages McAllen's M9 in "Venom's Flame".

Grenades

M26 Grenade

A M26 frag grenade is used by Sousuke as a lethal option, first seen in "Part Time Steady" briefly and in "Run Run Run" to create a distraction. He later uses it near the end of "One Night Stand" to gain access to the empty ballistic missile that houses the Arbalest after being delivered from the TDD-1. It's seen in the show's OP sequence, tomorrow.

M26 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade as used in the Vietnam War
Kaname holds the M26 in the OP sequence, tomorrow.
The M26 placed on the table next to the Glock 26 in "Part Time Steady".
Sousuke hurls the primed M26 in "Run Run Run".
Sousuke preps to pull the safety pin out in "One Night Stand".

Grenade Launchers

M203 Grenade Launcher

A M203 grenade launcher is seen used by a terrorist in "Dangerous Safe House", mounted on a M4A1 carbine.

M203A1 grenade launcher 40mm mounted on M4A1 carbine 5.56x45mm
The terrorist (right) with the M203 grenade launcher on the M4A1 in "Dangerous Safe House".

Rocket Launchers

Carl Gustav RR

A Carl Gustav RR is briefly used by terrorists to take on Mithril M9s, but are never used in "Dangerous Safe House". An A-21 terrorist uses it to destroy Sousuke's cover in "Run Run Run".

Carl Gustav M3 - 84x246mm R
A terrorist preps the Carl Gustav in "Dangerous Safe House".
Carl Gustav M2-550 - 84x246mm R
An A-21 terrorist opens fire at Sousuke's cover at the end of "Run Run Run".

Others

Arms Bazaar

The image of an arms bazaar in Afghanistan in "The Wind Blows at Home, Part 1" is shown to Sousuke in Merida Island.

A Mithril intelligence image of the arms bazaar in "The Wind Blows at Home, Part 1". Some of the small arms shown includes an M60, an AKMSU and a IMI Uzi.

See Also

Full Metal Panic! Series
TV series Full Metal Panic!  •  Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu  •  Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid  •  Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory
OVAs A Relatively Leisurely Day in the Life of a Fleet Captain



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