Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex

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Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex (2002 - 2003)
Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex - The Laughing Man (2005)

Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex is a 26 episode anime series based on the manga of the same name by Masamune Shirow (Appleseed, New Dominion Tank Police) and is the second adaption of Ghost in the Shell after the 1995 film. The series consists of two groups of episodes; "Stand Alone" episodes that have independent storylines, and "Complex" episode, which cover the series' main story. In 2005, the "Complex" episodes were recut into a single film called Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex - The Laughing Man. The series was followed by a 26-episode sequel series, Ghost in the Shell S.A.C. 2nd GIG.

PLEASE NOTE: Although the title is commonly given a colon, the correct title of this series is "Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex", without a colon. Please correct any links that appear incorrectly.

The following weapons were used in the anime series Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex:

Contents


Handguns

Seburo M5

One of the trademark weapons for the series is the fictitious Seburo M5, a compact semiautomatic SA/DA concealed-carry handgun (with a total barrel length of 3.5 inches) that uses a locked-breech operating via a rotating barrel (a system similar to the Beretta Cougar). It is chambered for 5.45x18mm rounds, and feeds from a double-stack magazine with a total capacity of 19+1 rounds. The M5 is the standard sidearm for Section 9 operatives, and is also seen in the hands of various other law enforcement agencies.

Seburo M5 - 5.45x18mm
Kusanagi nails a fleeing suspect in the ankle with her M5. Apparently these kinds of shots are easier to make if you're 99% machine.
Kusanagi nails a suspect with her Seburo M5
A prefectural detective with his Seburo M5
Borma fires his Seburo M5 at a suspect
A closeup view of Kusanagi's Seburo M5

IMI Desert Eagle

The terrorist that Kusanagi confronts at the beginning of the pilot episode attempts to use a stainless steel IMI Desert Eagle.

matte stainless Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum
The terrorist draws his Desert Eagle...
...and gets a face-full of Kusanagi's foot for his trouble.

Mateba 2008M

Togusa carries a Mateba 2008M throughout the series, which is a fictional entry into the Mateba Autorevolver series. The 2008M quite closely resembles the Mateba Model 6 Unica, but features a barrel assembly similar to the Mateba 2006M. Like one of its real-life inspirations, the 2008M is a semiautomatic revolver with uses the recoil of firing to revolve the cylinder and cock the hammer. Togusa's weapon is chambered in .357 Magnum (Kusanagi refers to it as a 9mm, which is technically correct as the bullet diameter on a .357 is 9 millimeters). He also will occasionally only load 5 rounds so it is easier for him to load and shoot a tracking round at get away cars.

Mateba Model 6 Unica - .357 Magnum
Mateba 2006M
Togusa with his 2008M
A closeup of the 2008M
Togusa checks the cylinder of his 2008M
Togusa fires a single shot at Marcelo. Note how the cylinder has already cycled as a result of the Mateba's semi-automatic design, though the real Mateba 6 Unica rotates the cylinder in the opposite direction.

FN Browning BDA M-7

Batou carries and uses a fictional FN Browning BDA variant in .45ACP throughout the series, referred to in the S.A.C. 2nd GIG Visual Book as an "M-7". It is intended to be a hypothetical future BDA variant (similar to Batou's Jericho 942 in the original Ghost in the Shell film). The most notable differences between the M-7 and the BDA is the M-7's shortened slide and barrel and the horned hammer.

Browning BDA - 9x19mm
An excerpt from the S.A.C. 2nd GIG Visual Book detailing Batou's M-7
A shot of Batou's M-7 as he rounds a corner. Note the distinctive Browning slidelock.
Batou readies his Browning M-7 as he prepares to storm a suspect's apartment
Batou holds his Browning M-7 at (what he believes to be) the Laughing Man
Batou uses his Browning M-7 to terrify a med student-turned-organ thief.

.22 Pocket Pistol

In episode 3, Marshall MacLachlan produces a stainless steel, .22 caliber pocket pistol. The design is fictitious, but draws heavily from the Beretta 3032 Tomcat.

An excerpt from the official S.A.C. artbook where Sinobu Tsuneki (the Mechanical Designer for S.A.C.) details MacLachlan's pistol
MacLachlan draws his pistol on the Section 9 operatives
"Jeri" forces MacLachlan to drop his pistol

Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chief's Special"

The Laughing Man uses a nickel-plated S&W 36 in his abduction of Ernest Serano on live TV. He later refers to it specifically as a "S&W Chief Special".

Nickel-plated Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special.
The Laughing Man holds Ernest Serano at gunpoint with his Smith & Wesson Model 36 Airweight
A closeup of the Model 36
Note the S&W signature cylinder latch. The S&W logo has been replaced with a frame screw.

Walther PPK

A silenced Walther PPK of unknown caliber is used by parties unknown to assassinate the hacker known as Nanao=A in episode 5.

Walther PPK .380 ACP with silencer
The assassin racks the slide on his PPK.
Nanao=A finds himself staring down the barrel of a PPK.

Vektor CP1

The Vektor CP1 makes occasional appearances throughout the series, first in the hands of a "Laughing Man" in episode 6, and more prominently in the hands of Eka Tokura, leader of the Human Evolutionist faction. In the official artbook for S.A.C, the series' mechanical designer mentions how he had wanted to include this weapon ever since he found the material on it, and opted to use the "Laughing Man" assassin for the CP1's first appearance.

Vektor CP1 - 9x19mm
The "Laughing Man" bursts into the press conference.
Eka reaches for her CP1. Note the stainless steel slide.
Kusanagi grabs Eka's CP1 and deactivates her thermoptic camouflage.

Heckler & Koch VP70

When Batou raids Kusanagi's weapons cache at her safehouse, a Heckler & Koch VP70M is visible in the rack on the bottom of her underwear drawer, along with its stock/burst fire unit, several magazines and a box of ammunition.

Heckler & Koch VP70M with stock - 9x19mm
"Score!" Batou finds the Major's hidden weapons cache.

Mateba 2006M

Togusa retrieves a standard Mateba 2006M from a box in his house in episode 26 after his 2008M is confiscated.

Mateba 2006M
Togusa retrieves his 2006M, which is missing the wrench holes in the front of the barrel.
Togusa grabs his 2006M as he leaves his home.

Tokarev TT-33

Several Tokarev pistols are seen throughout the series. The first TT-33 appears in the hands of a Russian organ smuggler in episode 19. Several more TT-33s appear in episode 21 as planted weapons left behind by the Narcotics Suppression Squad (NSS) after an illegal raid.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
The organ smuggler aims his TT-33 at Togusa and Batou.
A NSS operator plants a TT-33 at a crime scene.

Unidentified Pistol

In episode 10, Marco hides this unidentified pistol behind a sewer pipe.

Togusa finds Marco's pistol behind a pipeline in the sewer tunnel. Marco seems to have placed it in a plastic bag to protect it from the moisture in the sewer.
Togusa and Batou examines Marco's pistol.

Beretta 93R

An assassin working for the DEA uses a Beretta 93R to assassinate Dr. Imakurusu in episode 21.

Beretta 93R 9x19mm
The assassin aims her Beretta 93R at Dr. Imakurusu. She uses the 93R's foregrip to steady her shot, and only fires the pistol on semi-auto.

Glock 17

Several Glock 17s are seen in episode 6 in the hands of would-be assassins trying to kill the Superintendent General. Special Security Team operators in episode 13 were armed with the Glock 17 as their main sidearm.

Glock 17 (Generation 1) - 9x19mm
A police officer aims his sidearm at the Superintendent General after being hacked by the Laughing Man.
The motorcycle-riding assassin aims his Glock 17.
A Maritime Safety SST operative places his Glock 17 to his head.
A closeup of the SST operative's Glock. Note the 1st Generation dustcover. One would think that the Maritime Safety Agency would have updated to Gen 2 or 3 Glocks by 2030.

Glock 33AV (AdVance)

A firing range scene in episode 15 depicts Batou evaluating the G33 AV (a fictional variant) which features a slightly lengthened barrel housed inside a compensator/barrel weight with an accessory rail, and an extended magazine well in order to comfortably accept full size G31 magazines. This is in fact a product placement tie-in with airsoft manufacturer Tokyo Marui, promoting their then-new G26AV model, which externally appears identical. Promotional material depicting this scene was produced by Tokyo Marui.

An excerpt from the official S.A.C. artbook, complete with a description of the Glock 33AV from the series' Mechanical Designer, Sinobu Tsuneki
The WE Airsoft 'G33 AdVance' airsoft gun.
Batou with the Glock 33AV
Batou aims the G33AV downrange ... right at the recruits in training.
Batou examines the Glock 33AV while calling it "Comfortable and accurate". Product placement, anyone?

Beretta Cougar

The elder of the two robbers raiding the London Wine Fund in episode 17 carries a Beretta Cougar of unknown caliber.

Beretta Cougar 8045 - .45 ACP
The robber draws his Cougar on the Wine Fund's security guard.
The robber holds his Beretta Cougar on Aramaki.
Judging from the look on Aramaki's face, the robber's intimidation technique is not working the way he wants it to.

Beretta 92FS Compact

The government agents who arrest the various members of Section 9 in episodes 24 and 25 use what appear to be Beretta 92FS Compact pistols.

Beretta 92FS Compact - 9x19mm
Togusa under the barrel of the 92FS Compact.
Using the pistol in a pistol whip attack.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP7

The Maritime Safety Agency SST operators mentioned in episode 13 carry MP7 submachine guns. By the time Section 9 arrives, all but one of the operatives are dead, and he is never seen using his MP7.

Heckler & Koch MP7A1 4.6x30mm with Zeiss Z-Point sight
The SST operator's MP7 can be seen leaning against the wall.

Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion

Marcelo Jarti uses a Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion against Togusa in episode 7. Another Vz.61 appears in episode 17 in the hands of a robber. A third Vz.61 is seen being planted by NSS agents in episode 21. All the Skorpions seen in the series have been shown using 20-round magazines.

Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion .32 ACP with 20-round magazine
Jarti fires his Vz.61 at Togusa, much to Gondo's displeasure.
The robber pistol-whips the security guard with his Vz.61.
A NSS agent plants the Vz.61 on a previously unarmed suspect.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Narcotics Suppression Squad (NSS) members raiding the Sunflower Society cyberbrain sclerosis support group in episode 20 carry H&K MP5Ks outfitted with SEF trigger groups and rather unusual flashlight-dedicated fore ends.

Heckler & Koch MP5K w/ SEF Trigger Pack - 9x19mm
Gayle, the head NSS agent aims his MP5K at Togusa
Togusa fires his newly-procured MP5K at the NSS agents.
Gayle admires his MP5K.
Gayle executes an android while subsequently disregarding any training he ever had in regards to using a gun.

SOCIMI Model 821

Gondo's thugs in episode 7 all carry SOCIMI Model 821 submachine guns.

SOCIMI Model 821 - 9x19mm
Gondo's biggest bodyguard draws his Model 821 on the detectives.
Gondo's thug unloads his Model 821.
Another thug tries to kill Kusanagi with a Model 821
As Kusanagi's bullet stops the trigger-happy thug, the audience is given a nice profile view of the SOCIMI Model 821

Steyr TMP

In episode 10, Marco fires at Borma with a Steyr TMP.

Steyr TMP - 9x19mm
Marco fires the TMP in the Niihama sewers.

Ruger MP9

In episode 25, Batou uses a Ruger MP9 against the Umibozu soldiers who attack Kusanagi's safehouse.

Ruger MP9 - 9x19mm
Batou opens up on the Umibozu with his MP9.

Police Bullpup Submachine Gun

Japanese SWAT officers used this fictional 9mm bullpup submachine gun as their primary entry weapon. It bears a striking aesthetic resemblance to the Enfield L85 rifle series, but differs in almost every detail upon closer examination (such as the H&K style weapon sight, for example).

Several SWAT officers assist Kusanagi with their L85-esque submachine guns.
A squad of SWAT officers armed with the submachine gun.
A closeup of the front of the submachine gun. Note the MP5-esque sights.

Umibozu Submachine Gun

Members of the Umibozu JMSDF Black Ops unit are seen carrying this fictitious bullpup submachine gun, all of which appear to be outfitted with electronic reflex sights.

The Umibozu storm the Section 9 HQ.
The officer in charge of the Umibozu watches on as his forces assault the Section 9 command room.
A closeup of a Umibozu soldier with his submachine gun.

Shotguns

SPAS-12

A Franchi SPAS-12 can be seen in Marco's hideout.

Franchi SPAS-12 - 12 Gauge
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Franchi PA8

In episode 14, a cyborg tries to fire at Section 9 with a Franchi PA8 with the stock removed.

Franchi PA8 - 12 Gauge
The cyborg aims his PA8 at Kusanagi.
Togusa shoots the cyborg in the hand, causing him to drop his PA8. Note the distinctive Franchi triggerguard.
Batou shows off the recovered PA8.

Assault Rifles

Seburo C26A

The primary weapon for Section 9 operatives is the fictional Seburo C26A assault rifle. The C26A uses a crooked 50 round box magazine that feeds in a bullpup pattern, entering the gun at 45 degrees from the bore and slanting to lie parallel to the barrel, locking into the front grip. Fired cartridge cases eject into a permanently mounted brass catcher mounted on top of the gun. Its ergonomics are similar to the FN F2000, with the trigger protected by a large loop that serves as a grip for the off hand. It is occasionally seen with a two-stage silencer attachment.

Seburo C26A - 5.45x45mm
Batou with a Seburo C26A
Batou with a Seburo C26A

Seburo C30

The Seburo C30 is a variant of the C26A designed for overtly offensive missions. It is built around a C26A receiver and features an added optical sight, underbarrel grenade launcher and extended barrel with jacketing. It is seen covered with a jacket with a brass catcher. It is first seen in episode 13 during Section 9's raid on a ex-offshore radiation scrubber plant turned New World Brigade base.

Concept Art of the Seburo C30 from the S.A.C. Second Gig Artbook
Borma and Paz check their C30s before an operation.
Kusanagi and Togusa with their C30 rifles.
Saito and Batou with their C30s. Note the pocket mounted over the ejection port (beneath the front of the scope)
Saito aims his C30. Note the charging handle exposed on the side of the rifle.
Batou rounds a corner armed with a Seburo C30, protecting Dr. Imakurusu.

A-91

One of Marco's preffered weapons in episode 10 is an A-91 prototype assault rifle sans grenade launcher.

A-91 Prototype. Note that the grenade launcher is above the barrel. - 7.62x39mm / 40mm
A photo of Marco with his A-91 prototype from his time in the American Empire Special Forces.
The A-91 prototype in Marco's sewer hideout.

M16A2

During episode 10, several American Empire soldiers armed with M16A2s can be seen during a flashback to Batou's days as a Ranger.

M16A2 Rifle - 5.56x45mm
An American Empire soldier behind Batou during his South American op days.

Vektor CR21

Saito briefly examines a Vektor CR-21 assault rifle loaded with HV (high-velocity) ammunition, used by the New World Brigade in episode 13.

Vektor CR-21 bullpup rifle - 5.56x45mm
"HV ammo. They're bringing some real nasty toys to the party."

British Bullpup Rifle

The British police armed response officers at the scene of the wine fund incident are armed with this bullpup rifle. It bears a resemblance to the FN F2000 series of rifles, yet as with the preceding bullpup SMG example, the devil is in the details.

Several British police officers armed with the unidentified bullpup rifle await orders from their commanding officer.
A disguised Kusanagi with the British police rifle.
An officer drops his rifle, giving the audience a very good view of the weapon.

New World Brigade's Bullpup Rifle

The New World Brigadists in episode 13 are seen using an assortment of bullpup assault rifles.

A NWB terrorist on a rappelling line uses one of his dead comrades as a shield while firing his bullpup rifle.
Several NWB terrorists and their rifles are sent flying by the Tachikoma's fire.

Sniper Rifles

Seburo Anti-Tank Rifle

Saito uses this large-calibre anti-materiel rifle while attempting to stop the runaway HAW-206 tank in episode 2. The rifle itself is fictitious, but draws upon several real-world designs, primarily the Mechem NTW-20 and the Lahti L-39 and its size forces the shooter to rivet down the weapon's bipod. Saito makes use of a computer-assisted targeting system that uses both GPS targeting systems and an interface with Saito's own cybernetics to ensure long-range accuracy.

Saito readies the Anti-Tank rifle while Borma rivets the bipod into place
Saito aims the Anti-Tank rifle at the approaching HAW-303
Saito fires the Anti-Tank rifle

AK-74M (outfitted as a sniper rifle)

In episode 6, one of the people attempting to assassinate the Superintendent General includes a sniper armed with an AK-74M with a 20-round magazine and a scope attachment. The sniper is subdued by Saito before he can use the weapon.

AK-74M - 5.45x39mm
Saito after knocking out an assassin.

Seburo Sniper Rifle

This bolt-action .50 BMG rifle first appears during the opening sequence in the pilot episode where Saito is briefly seen covering Kusanagi with it. The rifle is most prominently featured in episode 21 when a battle damaged Kusanagi snags it from Saito and proceeds to pummel round after round into a MSDF Type 303 mech at point blank range. While missing one arm, no less.

Saito covers Kusanagi with a .50 rifle
British police officers in episode 17 with suppressed sniper rifles. These appear to be smaller variants of the rifle used by Section 9, and likely use a smaller round.
Saito assembles the .50 rifle.
A side-profile view of the rifle.
Kusanagi racks the bolt on the .50 rifle with her remaining arm.
This is why it's a bad idea to piss off a cyborg-hacker-ninja-cop.

Civilian Sniper Rifle

This fictional 12mm rifle is seen briefly in episode 18 in the hands of Yu, a young man attempting to assassinate a Chinese politician. The weapon is only seen in disassembled a duffel bag, and Yu never gets an opportunity to use it. In the series' artbook, Tsuneki describes how he created a detailed set of information on this weapon, including assembly and disassembly steps, but that the weapon's appearance was removed from the final script. Yu is mentioned as having had the rifle sent to him piece by piece and to separate P.O. boxes, as such weapons are still illegal for civilians in Japan. The weapon's aesthetics draw heavily from both the Walther WA 2000 and the Accuracy International Arctic Warfare series.

An excerpt from the S.A.C. artbook describing the civilian sniper rifle
Yu closes the duffel bag containing the illegal rifle.
Togusa inspects the recovered rifle.

Machine Guns

M249 SAW

In the episode "Jungle Cruise" (episode 10), Batou is seen using an M249 SAW in a flashback to his time as a Ranger in South America during World War III.

M249-E2 SAW - 5.56x45mm
Batou burns through an ammo belt with his M249.
Do not make Batou angry, or this might happen.

GE M134 Minigun

Man-portable M134 Minigun

Batou fields a futuristic man-portable GE M134 Minigun to slow down the incursion of Umibozu troops into Section 9's headquarters in episode 24. The gun is fed by two massive ammunition drums attached underneath and features a chainsaw grip, no doubt inspired by the one featured in Terminator 2.

Airsoft handheld M134 Minigun with 'Chainsaw grip' to handle the recoil force. This variant was seen in Terminator 2: Judgement Day. This is an airsoft version which retains the half-circle attachment point for the M60 foregrip from Predator; the real T2 minigun did not have this - (fake) 7.62x51mm NATO
Batou opens up with this futuristic hand-held GE M134 Minigun
A sideview of Batou and the M134. Note the two massive drums underneath the weapon.

Short-Barreled M134 Minigun

The Tachikoma sentient multiped think-tanks are occasionally outfitted with an extremely compact M134 Minigun in place of their standard 50mm grenade launcher.

GE M134 Minigun 7.62x51mm NATO
A side-profile view of the Tachikoma's miniature M134 during a Jin-Roh parody. Note the "fanblades" on the muzzles.
An underside shot of a Tachikoma firing its minigun.
A front-view of a Tachikoma equipped with a minigun. Ain't this just the cutest machine-gun-toting tank you've ever seen?

Power-Suit Machine Gun

The various MSDF Type 303 power suits (essentially a canon-immigrant version of the LandMate suits from Appleseed) seen throughout the series use a large machine gun. The weapon is fed from a detachable box-magazine and features an under-barrel, pump-action grenade launcher.

The heavily armored Gayle fires his machine gun at Batou and Kusanagi. The size of the shell casings suggests that the weapon is at least a .50 caliber.
A good closeup of the Type 303's machine gun.
The Type 303 racks the pump on the under-barrel grenade launcher.
An Umibozu soldier storms Kusanagi's safehouse with a JMSDF Type 303.
A closeup of the Type 303 rifle's triggers.

General Dynamics M197 Vulcan

The Oniyama assault helicopters used by the JMSDF are equipped with M197 Vulcan rotary cannons.

General Dynamics M197 Vulcan 20mm
Close up of the M197 Vulcan's barrels.
M197 Vulcans on the Oniyama choppers.

Phalanx CIWS

In the episode "Ag2O", Phalanx CIWS installations can be briefly seen on a docked aircraft carrier, though are never fired.

Phalanx CIWS 20mm
Two Phalanx CIWS installations can be seen on the carrier, the second one being behind the island

Heavy Weapons

RPG-7

New World Brigade terrorists attempt to destroy Section 9's Tachikomas and tilt-wing aircraft with RPG-7s, but fail to score any hits.

RPG-7 40mm
The RPG-wielding terrorists aims his weapon even as his comrade is gunned down.

Milkor MGL

A single SWAT officer in episode 2 can be seen holding a Milkor MGL fitted with an electronic sight. For some reason, the weapon is colored white.

Milkor MGL - 40mm
The SWAT operator with the Milkor MGL, painted with a white finish.

Anti-Multipled Launcher

While trying to stop the runaway HAW-303 tank in episode 2, Ishikawa uses a 40mm launcher that fires specialized grenade shells loaded with a fast-hardening adhesive to immobilize the rogue Multipled tank.

Seburo Grenade Launcher - 40x51mm
Ishikawa handling the Anti-Multipled launcher.
Taking aim through its scope.

Unnamed Fictional Rocket Launchers

Two separate fictional rocket launchers are used by Section 9.

  • The first appears in episode 2, where Saito is briefly seen using this laser-guided rocket launcher during Section 9's mission to stop the runaway HAW-303 tank. It is only seen once, and Saito never even fires it, as the multipede tank detects the launcher's laser-targeting system and projects a series of decoy lasers before Saito can fire.
Saito aims the Laser-guided rocket launcher.
Saito and Borma look on in dismay as the HAW-303 negates any chance of a shot hitting its mark
  • The second is seen in episode 24 when the Umibozu storm Section 9's headquarters. Borma uses this launcher to repel the attackers, and is seen firing it semi-automatic.
Borma fires the rocket launcher at Umibozu commandos.

M67 Hand Grenade

Batou uses M67 hand grenade in episode 13 against New World Brigade terrorists trying to stop the extraction of the Section 9 team. He also pulls the grenade pin with his teeth, which is possible by the time of the show since cyberization allows people to do it without being strained.

M67 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Batou pulls the pin on a grenade with his teeth...
...and lobs it at the NWBs.

Prosthetic Weapons

As per the Ghost in the Shell franchise, almost all of the characters have received cybernetic upgrades to their bodies. Naturally, many have decided to take advantage of their now modular physique and have weaponized their own bodies.

Fem's Shotgun

Fem, a Chinese assassin, has a shotgun built into her left arm. Despite its appearance, it is shown to operate on a simple pump-action shotgun mechanism. It seems that anything that can fit properly in the weapon's magazine tube can be fired, and the propellant used for each shot is never identified.

Fem reveals the shotgun built into her arm. This is likely a callback to a similar prosthetic weapon used by Batou in Ghost in the Shell 2.
Fem loads her shotgun with... rolls of coins. Seeing as her target had been selected specifically because of his wealth, Fem decided that this bit of showmanship would be perfect for the job.
Fem racks the bolt/thumb on her shotgun.
Fem aims her shotgun at her very unsuspecting target. Note the magazine tube above the barrel.
The coins fired from Fem's shotgun. This currency is refereed to as ¥€$, a North America/Europe/Japan standard currency. Also, greed can kill you.

Security Maid

Yokose's maids prove to be more than either Fem or Section 9 bargained for.

What could be better that a robotic housekeeper. Oh, right...

Bosyelinov's Tri-Barreled Gun

Cruzkowa Bosyelinov, a Russian organ-smuggler and ex-SVR agent seen in episode 19, has a tri-barreled gun hidden in her elbow alongside a rather large blade in her forearm. She never has the opportunity to fire it, so there are no more details available on how exactly it works.

Bosylinov activates the hidden weapon in her arm.
In Soviet Russia, suspect's limbs shoot you?

See Also

Films (Manga-verse) Ghost in the Shell (1995)  •  Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence
Films (Live Action) Ghost in the Shell (2017)
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  •  Ghost in the Shell Arise: Alternative Architecture  •  Ghost in the Shell: The New Movie



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