Ghost in the Shell

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Ghost in the Shell (1995)

The following guns were used in this feature length anime movie.

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Handguns

CZ 100

Motoko and the other members of Section Nine carry CZ 100 handguns, but again, they are only loosely based on the actual CZ 100, as the sides of the slide are squared off while the real model features bevelings on the slide. She also refers to it as a Zastava, confusing the CZ acronym of the former Yugoslavian gun making firm Crvena Zastava with the CZ of the real gun's manufacturer, Ceska Zbrojovka Uhersky Brod.

CZ 100 pistol - 9x19mm.
Holstering the CZ 100.

Mateba Revolver

Togusa carries yet another fictionalized version of a real gun, the Mateba M-M2007, a spinoff of the Mateba Model 6 Unica that borrows from the Mateba 2006M. It should be noted that the film's subtitles incorrectly translate "Mateba" as "Matever".

Mateba Model 6 Unica - .357 Magnum.
Mateba 2006M
Togusa draws out the Mateba.
Mateba in hand.

Jericho 941

Batou carries a Jericho 941, although it is identified as a 'Jericho 942' and is supposedly chambered in .50AE. Yet another fictional depiction of an actual gun. Batou is seen a similar pistol in the sequel, Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence.

Jericho 941 - 9x19mm.
With the 941.
Firing the 941 at a suspect.
Mid recoil.

Submachine Guns

Micro-Uzi

The hacker uses a (yet again fictional) modified Chinese copy of the Micro-Uzi with a different stock bracket and MAC-10-style front grip strap, loaded with "high-velocity ammunition" to destroy an armored van.

Micro-Uzi SMG with stock folded - 9x19mm.
Cocking the Micro-Uzi's bolt.
Checking the Micro-Uzi's remaining rounds.
"Well, the breech and the barrel are really screwed up. That's what happens when you use HV bullets in one of these things." Batou comments on the condition of the Uzi after firing high velocity ammunition, which is fairly unrealistic.

Steyr SPP

The diplomat's bodyguards that fire at police officers are armed with Steyr SPPs modified for fully automatic fire, attached to briefcase frames that drop clear at the press of a button.

Steyr SPP with 30 round magazine - 9x19mm.
Guard's Steyr SPP.

Steyr TMP

The police officers that enter the diplomat's apartment in the film's opening are wielding Steyr TMPs.

Steyr TMP - 9x19mm.
Policemen with Steyr TMPs.

CZN-M22

Motoko Kusanagi carries a fictional Crvena Zastava Nosle M22, a fictional submachine gun conceptually based on the FN P90 (and chambered in the same 5.7x28mm SS190 round) The CZN-22's lower portion resembles the FN F2000, taking the bottom loading bullpup system rather than the top loading system of the actual FN P90. The case in which she carries the weapon contains accessories including a sling, a bayonet, a sound suppressor and 40mm grenade launcher which replaces the foregrip.

CZN-M22 - 5.7x28mm
Motoko cocks the M22's bolt prior to an operation.
Motoko with the M22.
Taking aim with the M22 submachine gun.
CZN-M22 opened up. Note that it folds open like an AR-15 style rifle rather than coming apart like an actual P90.
CZN-M22 fired.

Assault Rifle

SIG SG 543

Section 6's Staff Ues by SIG SG 543. According to name of the official deat book "SG541 Carbine".

SIG SG 543 with folding stock - 5.56x45mm

Sniper rifles

PGM Ultima Ratio

Section 6's snipers Used by PGM Ultima Ratio.

PGM Ultima Ratio Intervention with Leupold Mark 4 scope - 7.62x51mm NATO

Mauser Kompromisslos sniper Rifle

Section 9's snipers Used made ​​by Mauser rifle. The rifle similar Mauser SR-93 of Mauser SR-97.

See Also

Films (Manga-verse) Ghost in the Shell  •  Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence
Stand Alone Complex-verse Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex  •  Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig
Arise-verse Ghost in the Shell Arise


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