Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu

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Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu (2003).

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

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Pistols

Advanced Taser M26

An Advanced Taser M26 is used by Yoko Wakana in the first half of episode 6's "The Hard Sell Fetish" as her primary weapon before she changed it to the sawed-off M79.

The Advanced Taser M26, loaded with a 25' range "Extra Penetration" cartridge (indicated by the green blast doors, and normally used to pierce thicker clothing such as that worn in colder environments). The integral laser sight is just below the muzzle, with the emitter in line with the lower edge of the trigger guard.
Yoko hides in the bushes while keeping an eye on Kaname in the first half of episode 6's "The Hard Sell Fetish".
The X26's electrodes are fired at the Bonta-kun mech suit.

Glock 26

The Glock 26 serves as Sousuke's personal sidearm when operating in civilian clothes in his Tokyo duties.

Glock 26 subcompact Pistol - 9x19mm
Sousuke pulls the slide of the Glock 26 in the OP sequence, Sore ga, Ai deshō?
Sousuke with the Glock 26 in the eyecatch.
The pistol tied up in a nice ribbon in the ED sequence, Kimi ni fuku kaze.
The Glock 26's slide being pulled for a brass check in the first half of episode 1's "The Man from the South". Note a live round is inside.
Sousuke grips the Glock 26 when he's ordered to disarm himself in the second half of episode 1's "A Hostage With No Compromises".
The Glock 26 pistol and magazine dropped onto the floor, alongside some M67s and a tear gas canister.
"I demand a plain roll!"
Sousuke politely asks for a plain roll to go in the first half of episode 2's "Hostility Passing-By".
A closeup of the Glock 26's slide in "A Goddess Comes to Japan (Part 1: The Suffering)". Note the 9x19 markings.
The Glock 26 being loaded. Note the actual Glock trademark on the magazine.
Sousuke sees to Tessa's safety in Jindai High by subduing an ordinary high school student with the pistol aimed at the back of his head.

Light Gun Prop

A Light gun prop from the arcade game The Hitmen is used by Sousuke after Kaname and Kyoko take him to an arcade game area in the second half of episode 1's "A Hostage With No Compromises".

The Hitmen light gun prop used by Sousuke in the second half of episode 1's "A Hostage With No Compromises".

M1911A1

The M1911A1 is used in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility" by Mikihara-gumi and Ryujinkai wakashus.

Black Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Bonta-kun shows off a M1911A1 during a training session in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".
A Mikihara-gumi wakaishu charges during a training exercise.
A good shot of the pistol used by a Mikihara-gumi wakaishu.
Ryujinkai wakashus secure the entrance of their stronghold during a raid.

Norinco Type 54

A Norinco Type 54 is used by the Ryujinkai's oyabun in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

Norinco Type 54 Model 213 with blued finish - 9x19mm.
The Ryujinkai oyabun threatening to shoot Kaname in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

Springfield Armory Mil-Spec M1911A1

A Springfield Armory Mil-Spec M1911A1 is used by Bonta-kun during target practice before he hands it to a Mikihara-gumi wakashu in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

Springfield Armory GI 1911 A1 - .45 ACP
Bonta-kun opens fire in a shooting range in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".
Doing a quick reload after the pistol runs out of ammo.
In this shot, you can see the pistol's markings.

Revolvers

Colt Trooper

What appears to be a snubnose-type Colt Trooper is seen in a Yakuza TV drama in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

Colt Lawman Mk. III snubnose - .38 Special.
A Yakuza wakashu opens fire at Hachi in a Yakuza TV show in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

Submachine Guns

FN P90

A FN P90 is seen in Sousuke's Chofu, Tokyo safehouse. Somehow, Policewoman Yoko Wakana of the Sengawa Police Station managed to get her hands on dual P90s at the end of "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

FN P90 - FN 5.7x28mm
The unloaded P90 (Left) inside Sousuke's Chofu safehouse at the start of the first half of episode 1's "The Man From the South".
Yoko Wakana goes ballistic with dual P90s after hearing news of Bonta-kun taking down the Ryujinkai at the end of "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW

What appears to be a Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW is used by Sosuke while in the Bonta-kun mech suit in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

MP5K with the PDW-style folding stock attached, commonly used in films to emulate the PDW - 9x19mm.
Bonta-kun angrily berates the Mikihara-gumi wakashus in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

Steyr SPP

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

Steyr SPP with 30-round magazine - 9x19mm
"What are you talking about, huh? It's a real gun! It's Austrian-made! The Steyr SPP. 9mm caliber. Holds 30 rounds. Fires 900 rounds per minute."'
The Steyr SPP as depicted in the first half of episode 1's "The Man from the South".
Sousuke engages the crazed janitor while running down a corridor inside the deserted Jindai High in the second half of episode 5's "Trespassing on Good Faith".

Assault Rifles

AK-type rifle

An AK-type assault rifle is shown in the first half of episode 1's "The Man from the South" in a black/white photo of Sousuke as an anti-Soviet guerrilla fighter in Afghanistan.

A young Sousuke holds the AK in the first half of episode 1's "The Man from the South". The barrel is not seen, making it hard to determine the AK variant.

AK-74

The AK-74 is seen in the second half of episode 1's "A Hostage With No Compromises" in an arcade game called The Hitmen.

Romanian manufactured AK-74 - 5.45x39mm.
An enemy character is shot by Sousuke in a round of The Hitmen in an arcade in the second half of episode 1's "A Hostage With No Compromises".
Another enemy character is shot by Sousuke. The barrel, though a bit flimsy, shows that it is the AK-74.

Colt M16-type rifle

A Colt M16-type rifle is seen inside Sousuke's Chofu safehouse at the start of the first half of episode 1's "The Man From the South".

Currently seen Mockup of an XM16E1 (built from an M16A1 as the base) with 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm.
The unloaded M16 next to the M3 Super 90 inside Sousuke's Chofu safehouse at the start of the first half of episode 1's "The Man From the South".

Colt M16A2

Colt M16A2s are used imagine spots in the second half of episode 1's "A Hostage With No Compromises", the first half of episode 4's "The Hamburger Hill of Art" and in "A Goddess Comes to Japan (Part 2: The Hot Spring)" by Sousuke and some soldiers in a dream sequence.

Colt M16A2 Rifle - 5.56x45mm. Select Fire rifle (Safe/Semi/3 round Burst Only).
An imagine spot of Sousuke as an attack dog with dual M16A2s in the second half of episode 1's "A Hostage With No Compromises".
Kyoko's imagine spot of Sousuke standing perfectly still, which consist of Sousuke hiding behind an abandoned house in the snow with a loaded M16A2 in the first half of episode 4's "The Hamburger Hill of Art".
A soldier takes aim at unseen enemies in "A Goddess Comes to Japan (Part 2: The Hot Spring)".
The M16A2 fired by Sousuke while using a foxhole as cover.

Heckler & Koch G36

A Heckler & Koch G36 is used by Kurz Weber in "A Goddess Comes to Japan (Part 2: The Hot Spring)" as his initial weapon before he switches to the Vintorez.

Heckler & Koch G36V (formerly G36E) with export optical sight - 5.56x45mm
The G36's barrel in "A Goddess Comes to Japan (Part 2: The Hot Spring)". You can see a wire is tied to an object at the bottom (unseen), which is used to find hidden tripwires since he's walking at night.
A good view of the reflex sight mounted on the upper receiver. It may not be clear since the scene is portrayed at night.
Kurz grips the G36's pistol grip as he picks it up.

Shotguns

Benelli M3 Super 90

A Benelli M3 Super 90 is used by Sousuke when he's out in the field.

Benelli M3 Super 90 with pistol grip stock combination - 12 gauge
The unloaded M3 Super 90 (right) inside Sousuke's Chofu safehouse at the start of the first half of episode 1's "The Man From the South".
Sousuke manages to fire at a watermelon while having a blindfold in "Summer Illusion of Steel".
Bonta-kun tries to warn Yoko that he's not a hostile in the first half of episode 6's "The Hard Sell Fetish".

Remington 870

A Remington 870 with camo furnishing is used by Sousuke in the first half of episode 1's "The Man from the South".

Remington 870 Wingmaster with 20" Home Defense barrel - 12 gauge
The Remington 870 hidden underneath Sousuke's ghillie suit in the first half of episode 1's "The Man from the South".
Remington 870 with shortened barrel and shortened stock - 12 gauge.
A closeup of the shotgun's barrel. In this shot, it appears to be compact.

Serbu Super Shorty

A Serbu Super Shorty is seen with Sousuke as his personal shotgun when in close quarters.

Serbu Super Shorty Shotgun made from a Mossberg 500 - 12 Gauge
Sousuke draws out his Super Shorty after seeing Mikihara-gumi wakashus harass Kaname in the second half of Episode 4's "Single-Minded Stakeout".
Sousuke unloads a non-lethal rubber round at a Mikihara-gumi wakashu after acquiring the Bonta-kun suit.
The Super Shorty is used against a karate club member by shooting a rubber round in the first half of episode 5's "The Pure Yet Impure Grappler".
The shotgun is drawn out as Sousuke approaches the school's field shed in "Uncontrollable Bluebird".

Sniper Rifles

VSS Vintorez

A VSS Vintorez is used by Kurz to take out laser turrets guarding the perimeter of the hot springs in "A Goddess Comes to Japan (Part 2: The Hot Spring)".

VSS Vintorez with PSO-1 scope - 9x39mm
Kurz scans the horizon of the mountain in "A Goddess Comes to Japan (Part 2: The Hot Spring)".
Kurz gets prone when the raid starts on the hot springs.
The Vintorez fired at a turret before it can shoot Ono-D and Shinji.

Machine Guns

FN Minimi

The FN Minimi is seen at the start of the first half of episode 1's "The Man From the South" in Sousuke's Chofu safehouse.

FN Minimi Standard - 5.56x45mm NATO
The unloaded Minimi, next to the Minimi, inside Sousuke's Chofu safehouse at the start of the first half of episode 1's "The Man From the South".

Grenade Launchers

Heckler & Koch HK69

A Heckler & Koch HK69A1 is used by Sousuke as his personal handheld grenade launcher in "Summer Illusion of Steel".

Heckler & Koch HK69A1 with open breech - 40x46mm
The HK69A1 slung on Sousuke's back while heading off to save Kaname in "Summer Illusion of Steel".
Sousuke fires a non-lethal practice round on Sameshima.
"No. I accidentally shot a live round instead of firing a practice round."
Sousuke reloads his HK69A1 while explaning that he made a mistake in using a HE round.

M203 Grenade Launcher

M203 grenade launchers are seen attached to M16 assault rifles used by the Gray Bonta-kun mechs in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

M16A2 (with A2 rear Sight, brass deflector, heavy barrel and longer buttstock) 5.56mm with M203 grenade launcher - 40mm
A Gray Bonta-kun mech fires smoke rounds in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".
Gray Bonta-kun mechs infiltrates a Ryujinkai stronghold during a rescue mission.

Sawed-off M79 Grenade Launcher

A sawed-off M79 grenade launcher is used by Yoko Wakana in the first half of episode 6's "The Hard Sell Fetish" as her second weapon next to a X26 Taser.

Airsoft King Arms sawed off M79.
Yoko takes aim at Bonta-kun, mistaking him for the sexual predator in the first half of episode 6's "The Hard Sell Fetish".
A good shot of the sawed-off grenade launcher, held tightly by Yoko after she got grazed by Bonta-kun.

Rocket Launchers

AT4

An AT4 is used in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility" by a gray Bonta-kun mech.

M136 AT4 Anti-Tank recoilless launcher - 84mm
A Gray Bonta-kun mech takes aim with the AT4 at a steel shutter door in "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

Grenades

M18 Smoke Grenade

The M18 smoke grenade is used by Sousuke when a non-lethal option is required.

M18 smoke grenade - Yellow.
Ono-D's curiosity got the better of him when he primed Sousuke's personal M18 in the second half of Episode 4's "Single-Minded Stakeout".
A Gray Bonta-kun mech hurls a primed M18 grenade prior to room clearing near the end of "A Fancy without Honor or Humility".

M67 Frag Grenade

The M67 frag grenade is used by Sousuke when a lethal option is required.

M67 hand grenade surplus
The Glock 26 pistol and magazine dropped onto the floor, alongside some M67s and a tear gas canister in the first half of episode 1's "The Man from the South".
A M67 in Sousuke's left hand when he prepares to set a trap in "Summer Illusion of Steel".
The M67 is hurled with the safety pin on at the karate club member in the first half of episode 5's "The Pure Yet Impure Grappler".
Sousuke prepare to hurl the primed frag grenade when he faces off against the crazed janitor in the second half of episode 5's "Trespassing on Good Faith". You can see that Sousuke used his teeth to get the pin off, which is not advisable to do so in real life since doing the act can break your teeth and injure your mouth.
The crazed janitor, with his power of revenge, bites the primed frag grenade with his mouth. Not something you see in shows that depict the use of such weapons. God help you if you meet someone like him.

Special Weapons

Crossbow

A crossbow is used by Hyogo in "Summer Illusion of Steel" as his main weapon of choice.

Hyogo's introduction, complete with a combat pose in "Summer Illusion of Steel".
Hyogo charges at Sousuke's suspected position.
Aiming the crossbow's iron sights.

Laser sentry gun

Laser weapons are seen as a security measure in a hot springs inn in "A Goddess Comes to Japan (Part 2: The Hot Spring)".

The sentry gun activates in "A Goddess Comes to Japan (Part 2: The Hot Spring)".

Others

Sousuke's Arsenal

Sousuke's entire arsenal was present in the first half of episode 1's "The Man from the South" when he's told to disarm himself.

Sousuke complied with the order to disarm himself in the first half of episode 1's "The Man from the South".

Sousuke's Chofu Safe House Arsenal

Sousuke's Chofu safehouse gets visited by Commander Mardukas in "A Goddess Comes to Japan (Part 1: The Suffering)".

From left to right: Next to the trash can, you can see a regular Remington 870 shotgun, the Heckler & Koch HK69A1 grenade launcher and the FN P90 submachine gun.
From left to right: Near the TV, you can see an AT4 rocket launcher, the Benelli M3 Super 90 shotgun and the FN Minimi light machine gun.

Wooden Training Rifle

Jindai High rugby club members train with wooden rifles with bayonets attached as they attack straw targets with the faces of Garasuyama High rugby team members in "The Warcry of Excessiveness".

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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