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Jormungand Perfect Order
Jormungand (named for the serpent in Norse mythology that grew so big it wrapped around the world) is a twelve episode anime series based on the manga series of the same name by Keitarō Takahashi. It follows the exploits of Jonathan "Jonah" Mar, a child soldier recruited by Koko Hekmatyar to work for the black market side of HCLI, an international shipping corporation that secretly deals weapons all over the globe. The television adaptation began airing on April 10, 2012; a second season, Perfect Order began airing on October 10, 2012. Both seasons have been licensed by Funimation for a North American release.
The following weapons were used in the anime series Jormungand:
Browning Hi-Power Mark III
Before introducing him to the rest of her crew, Koko hands Jonah a Browning Hi-Power Mark III in "Gun Metal, Calico Road", which he continues to use as his primary sidearm.
Commercial Browning Hi-Power Mark III - 9x19mm
Jonah draws his Browning Hi-Power. (S1E01)
Jonah aiming his sidearm at Mildo. (S1E02)
Jonah fires his Hi-Power. (S1E03)
Jonah engages Orchestra in the streets of downtown Dubai. (S1E04)
Jonah hides behind a corner while waiting for an order to attack Chinatsu. (S1E04)
The Mark III fired at Karen Lo at the local Chinatown. (S1E12)
In an open act of defiance over Koko's attempt to use Jormungand, Jonah aims his Mark III at Koko in South Africa. (S2E10)
Vis wz. 35 Radom
One of the Major Pollack's soldiers uses a Vis wz. 35 Radom as his sidearm. This is justified since a lot of these pistols were produced in the 1930s when World War II took place and 9mm bullets are more common in small arms usage than the .45 ACP in Europe.
Vis wz. 35 - 9x19mm - Right side
The soldier cocks his ViS wz. 35. (S1E02)
Koko gives Jonah a Colt XSE as a decoy weapon before their confrontation with C.K. Kloshkin in "Gun Metal, Calico Road". Mildo and Lu also use XSEs as their sidearms in "Pulsar".
Koko presents Jonah his new Colt XSE. (S1E01)
Jonah draws his Colt XSE on Kloshkin. (S1E01)
Kloshkin places the unloaded Colt XSE on a coffee table. (S1E01)
Lu fires his XSE at one of Major Pollack's soldiers. (S1E02)
Mildo turns the safety off on her XSE. (S1E02)
Glock 17 (3rd Gen)
Mao uses a 3rd generation Glock 17 pistol as his sidearm. Other members of the team occasionally use 3rd gen Glock 17s as well before they were replaced by SP 2022s in the 2nd season. Karen switches from her GSR to a 3rd generation Glock 17, first seen in "Pazuzu". Note that all the Glocks in the series are drawn without the notch on the rail.
3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm.
Mao with his Glock 17. (S1E02)
Valmet with a Glock 17 in Dubai. (S1E03)
Valmet fires her Glock 17 at Chinatsu while using a ballistic shield taken from a dead Dubai Police Force officer. (S1E03)
Valmet opens fire at a charging Chen Guoming in Africa. The Glock 17 is depicted correctly as the Finnish Defense Forces standardized it as their main sidearm. (S1E11)
Koko aims the Glock 17's barrel (Which was borrowed from Mao) at a mafia leader in Egypt. (S1E11)
Mao with a silenced Glock 17 in a flashback. Note this Glock was drawn with an external hammer. (S1E12)
Karen's Glock 17 placed on the table after being warned not to use it. (S2E07)
Heckler & Koch Mark 23
Lehm's preferred sidearm is the Heckler & Koch Mark 23, which he uses throughout the series.
Heckler & Koch Mark 23 Mod 0 - .45 ACP
Lehm prepares to return fire out of a car window with his Mk. 23. (S1E01)
Lehm (as well as the rest of Koko's team) show their "enthusiasm" over her "Hunt" order. (S1E01)
Lehm aims his Mk. 23 at Lu. Note the suppressor. (S1E02)
Lehm aims his suppressed Mk. 23 at the back of Orchestra. (S1E03)
Lehm reloads his Mk. 23. (S1E03)
Beretta 8000 Cougar F
”Master” uses a Beretta 8000 Cougar F as his main sidearm.
Beretta 8000 Cougar F - 9x19mm
”Master” aiming the Cougar F at Valmet and Koko at the Al Silop Mall in downtown Dubai. (S1E03)
"Master" firing the Cougar F at Koko and Jonah. (S1E03)
Chinatsu puts down her master's sidearm after being ordered to disarm. (S1E04)
Chinatsu is armed with a Beretta 84, using it to attempt an assassination at Koko in Dubai in "Musica Ex. Machina, Part 2".
Beretta 84BB (earlier version with round trigger guard) .380 ACP
Chinatsu aiming the Beretta 84 at Koko in Dubai after drawing it from a hidden holster. (S01E04)
The Beretta 92FS makes occasional appearances throughout the series, most notably as Chinatsu and Tojo's preferred sidearm. Tojo's use of the 92FS gets replaced in the 2nd season by the SP 2022.
The 92FS rigged up with a timer to wound a captured VIP in the Middle East. (S1E03)
Chinatsu aims her 92FS at Valmet. (S1E03)
Tojo prepares his 92FS after conducting a brass check. (S1E11)
Tojo firing his 92FS in the second season OP sequence. Not what is being ejected appears to be an unfired round instead of empty brass.
A CZ 75 is used Yusuf Gasud, one of Kaspar's West Asian arms dealers, to threaten a war orphan in "Vein".
Gasud threatening one of the war orphans at gunpoint. (S1E05)
Karen Lo uses dual SIG-Sauer GSRs as her main sidearm, first seen in "African Golden Butterflies, Part 1". Karen's GSRs can have combat knife modules attached underneath the barrel via picatinny railing. It's used to execute one of her Taishinhai mercenary subordinates for failing to follow her orders. She later uses them to fight Valmet in close quarters in "African Golden Butterflies, Part 2".
Stainless SIG-Sauer GSR - 45 ACP
Attaching the GSR onto combat knife modules. (S1E06)
Drawing out her GSRs in South Africa. (S1E06)
Karen fires her dual GSRs at a charging Valmet. (S1E07)
Closeup of one of the GSR pistols used by Karen. Note the combat knife module. (S1E07)
The GSR on the table in Karen's apartment. (S1E12)
Karen firing the GSR at Valmet's back at the local Chinatown. (S1E12)
What appears to be a stainless Walther PPK is used by an EAE bodyguard assigned to Amalia Trohovski in "Mondo Grosso".
Drawing the PPK from his shoulder holster after gunshots were heard at the London docks. (S1E08)
Dragan Nicolaevich uses a CZ 100 to wound Leon Riviere at the runway of Planina Airport in "Dragon Shooter, Part 1".
Camcorder footage with Dragan aiming his CZ 100. (S1E09)
Dragan firing his CZ 100 at a wounded Leon. (S1E09)
Dragan reaching for his CZ 100 on the ground. (S1E10)
Heckler & Koch USP
R uses a Heckler & Koch USP as his main sidearm, which first appeared in "Hill of Destruction, Part 1." Lutz uses one as his main sidearm in the same episode.
Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
R about to fire the USP. (S1E11)
Closeup of the USP's barrel and frame. (S1E11)
Lutz preparing his USP after the hotel corridor goes suddenly dark. (S1E11)
IMI Desert Eagle
Ugo uses a chrome IMI Desert Eagle as his main sidearm, first appearing in "Hill of Destruction, Part 1". It appears again in "Hill of Destruction, Part 2."
Desert Eagle Mark XIX with magazine removed - .357 Magnum.
Ugo brandishes his Desert Eagle as he shields Koko after a deal goes south. (S1E11)
Koko handles a Desert Eagle after fleeing the hotel via sedan. (S1E12)
Ugo firing the Desert Eagle at Dominique's sedan to disable the engine block. (S1E12)
S&W M945 Compact
Dominique uses a S&W M945 Compact as his main sidearm, used in "Hill of Destruction, Part 1" and in "Hill of Destruction, Part 2".
Stainless Smith & Wesson on M945 Combat - .45 ACP
Dominique brandishes his M945 Compact.
A bit of a closeup of the M945 Compact.
Chen Guoming uses a CZ 52 as his main sidearm in a flashback in "Hill of Destruction, Part 1" and in "Hill of Destruction, Part 2". Since Chen is from China and the PLA uses Soviet/Russian-made weapons and indigenous small arms based on Soviet/Russian bullets, it would be justified for Chen to be armed with this pistol since he was deployed on covert missions in Central Asia and Africa.
Czech CZ 52 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A closeup of the CZ 52. (S1E11)
Chen holding dual CZ 52s with attached combat knife modules. (S1E11)
Somewhat good closeup of the CZ 52's pistol grip. (S1E12)
Unlike Karen's combat knives, which are pistol module-made, Chen's are permanently attached underneath the barrels of the CZ 52s. (S1E12)
Heckler & Koch P7
A Spin bodyguard uses a Heckler & Koch P7 during Hex's visit.
The bodyguard on the right aims his P7 at Hex's temple.
A Spin bodyguard uses a Colt M1911A1 during Hex's visit.
The bodyguard on the left aims his Colt M1911A1 at Hex's temple.
SIG Pro SP 2022
The SIG Pro SP2022 is introduced in Perfect Order's "Dance with Undershaft, Part 1" by Koko to replace the sidearms of most of her bodyguards. Jonah does not get one since he continues to use his old sidearm instead.
Koko shows the SP 2022 to her bodyguards. Note railing underneath the barrel. (S2E02)
Koko handles the SP 2022 before pulling the slide back after loading a magazine. (S2E02)
Koko takes aim at a silhouette target after firing a few rounds. (S2E02)
R training with his new SP2022. (S2E02)
One of Hex's SOG operatives pulls a SIG-Sauer P226 on Jonah in "Dance with Undershaft, Part 2" (S2E03). Chiquita and her team all used suppressed P226s in "Kasper and Jonah" (S2E04) while Chiquita uses it in "Castle of Lies, Part 1" (S2E05). Jonah uses one in "Century of Shame" (S2E12) when he was under Kaspar.
SIG-Sauer P226R - 9x19mm, updated P226 with accessory rails, now the standard production version for the P226 (IMFDB still refers to this model as the "P226R" to distinguish between newer and older models).
A SOG operator aims a P226 at Jonah. You can tell they wanted to draw rails by the slight indention where the rail should be. (S2E03)
Alan prepares to pull the P226's slide during a black op in Jakarta. (S2E06)
Note the use of the decocker in the P226. (S2E06)
You can see that the P226 used by Poe is the P226R variant. (S2E06)
Chiquita unloads her P226 on Kurosaka after she knocked her out with a knee attack to the face. (S2E05)
Jonah prepares to consider getting rid of his P226 in Baku, Azerbaijan. (S2E12)
Taurus PT 24/7
Hex places a Taurus PT 24/7 to her head "Dance with Understaft, Part 2" (S2E03) as the payload from a B52 bomber approaches her and the remaining SOG operatives.
Taurus PT 24/7-40B (First Generation) - .40 S&W
Hex smiling while watching the airstrike with the PT 24/7 aimed at her right temple. (S2E03)
Wilee uses a Beretta M9 during the flashback to his time in the US Army in the First Gulf War in "Pazuzu".
Beretta M9 9x19mm. U.S. military-issue 92FS. Note nomenclature on slide distinguishing this from a standard civilian Beretta 92FS
Wilee taking cover behind a concrete pillar while armed with the Beretta M9. (S2E07)
Star 30 PK
A wounded Iraqi soldier uses a Star 30 PK to shoot Wilee in the back in an Iraqi chemical weapons factory in "Pazuzu" (S2E07). This is not correct since the pre-2004 Iraqi military uses the Tariq, which is a licensed Beretta M1951 as its standard sidearm.
Star 30 PK Pistol - 9x19mm
An Iraqi soldier fires the Star 30 PK at Wilee before a Delta Force commando guns him down. (S2E07)
Browning Mark I
Wilee appears to have a Browning Mark I as his sidearm after leaving the US military to work for HCLI in a flashback in "Pazuzu" (S2E07).
Wilee stands on the left with what appears to be a Browning Mark I when Lehm explains to Jonah how Wilee got involved with HCLI in Iraq. (S2E07)
FN P90 TAC
Chiquita is seen holding an FN P90 TAC submachine gun with an EOTech red dot sight in the opening credits. She and Edgar, Alan and Poe use it as their main weapon in "Vein". They use it again in "Castle of Lie, Part 1" (S2E05) while engaging Special Research Unit commandos in downtown Jakarta in a hotel building. Jonah uses one as seen in "Warmonger" and "Century of Shame" as his main weapon while working under Kaspar.
Chiquita armed with the P90 TR during the opening sequence.
Kasper's team secure the only path connecting Kasper and Koko's cargo ships. (S1E05)
Chiquita greets Valmet while Kasper talks to Koko. (S1E05)
A bodyguard of Kasper armed with a P90 TR in West Asia (S1E05)
Chiquita talking to Lehm after the "incident" in the toilet. (S1E05)
Poe's FN P90 TAC outfitted with a EOTech sight. (S2E05)
Good closeup of the P90 TAC. The taclight is mounted on the left side of the weapon. (S2E05)
Poe and Alan conduct close protection duties after the rendezvous is invaded by SR commandos. (S2E05)
Jonah pulling the bolt of the P90 TAC while under Kaspar. (S2E12)
Curry uses a pair of FN P90 submachine guns in "Pulsar".
Fabrique Nationale P90 - 5.7x28mm
Curry brandishes his P90s. (S1E02)
Curry fires his P90 at Major Pollack's forces. (S1E02)
Heckler & Koch MP5A4
The Heckler & Koch MP5A4 submachine gun makes numerous appearances throughout the series.
Heckler & Koch MP5A4 - 9x19mm.
Two Voshkod 6 operators reload their MP5A4s during a shootout with Valmet and Lehm. (S1E01)
Lehm armed with a H&K MP5A4 while on guard duty in a hotel hallway. (S1E01)
Lutz armed with a MP5A4 during an escort mission near the southern Russian border. (S1E02)
Valmet fires the MP5A4 through the CRV's open window. (S1E04)
The barrel of Lutz's MP5A4 placed on his left shoulder during a trip to the T Republic. (S1E08)
Chiquita is seen armed with a MP5A4 when Lehm explains to Jonah how Wilee got involved with HCLI in Iraq. (S2E07)
Armed NSA police officers enter Plame's office after George Black was rescued in North Africa. (S2E11)
Heckler & Koch MP5K
Members of Koko's team occasionally use Heckler & Koch MP5K submachine guns.
Heckler & Koch MP5K with Navy lower - 9x19mm
Valmet reloads her MP5K. (S1E02)
Jonah aims a MP5K during a firefight in downtown Dubai. (S1E03)
Jonah reloads his MP5K. Note the Safe/Single/Auto selector settings and the modern style lower receiver, denoting it is fitted with a "Navy" lower receiver. (S1E03)
Kaburagi, one of the last surviving SR squad operatives, fired a suppressed Ingram MAC-11 at Jonah and Tojo in Tokyo Bay Aqua Line's Umihotaru in "Castle of Lie, Part 2". Note the bolt has the extractor revealed, showing that it's an Ingram MAC-11, not a MAC-10 as previously thought.
MAC-11 (.380 ACP) with stock extended.
Kaburagi prepares to fire the MAC-11 at Jonah. Note the exposed extractor. (S2E06)
Heckler & Koch MP7
In "Century of Shame" (S2E12), Valmet is seen armed with a Heckler & Koch MP7A1 after the group is reunited. It has an EOTech sight mounted on the upper receiver.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with factory magazine and iron sights - 4.6x30mm
Valmet with the MP7 as Koko starts to activate Jormungand. (S2E12)
Jonah's primary weapon is an FN FNC rifle with tape wrapped around the stock struts for the 1st season until the 2nd season, when he changes to a Magpul Masada.
Jonah opens fire on a tailing unmarked Voshkod 6 car. (S1E01)
Jonah aims down the sights on his FN FNC. (S1E01)
Jonah aims his FNC at a pursuing unmarked Voshkod 6 car. Note the tape wrapped around the stock. (S1E01)
Jonah waiting for Koko to finish her negotiations with Major Pollack. (S1E02)
Good closeup of Jonah's FNC while doing gun maintenance. You can see the foregrip, receiver, trigger guard, trigger and magazine well. (S1E05)
Jonah keeping an eye out for pirate infiltration. (S1E06)
Heckler & Koch G36K/V
Mao uses a Heckler & Koch G36KV rifle as his primary weapon, which was replaced by a Magpul Masada in the 2nd season. A few other G36Ks show up throughout the series.
Heckler & Koch G36K with ZF 3x4° dual optical sight - 5.56x45mm
Mao armed with the G36KV from the sunroof of a Honda CRV during the opening sequence.
Mao armed with the G36KV while Koko speaks with Jonah. (S1E02)
A Police Nationale officer opens fire with a G36K in a flashback sequence. (S1E03)
Mao fires his G36KV at the pick-up truck used by Orchestra in Dubai through the Bundeswehr optical sight. (S1E04)
Mao firing the G36KV via optical sight at Balkan Dragon militiamen at Planina Airport. Note that his G36KV has a 2-Round Burst Trigger group. (S1E10)
Heckler & Koch G36
A Heckler & Koch G36 is seen in the hands of a GSG-9 operator in Lutz's flashback in "Mondo Grosso".
A GSG-9 operator (right) armed with a G36 after a bomb goes off.
R can be seen firing a Steyr AUG A1 out a car window during the opening credits. It serves as his primary weapon. Tojo and Valmet also use the AUG A1 as their main weapon, seen in their South African operation in "African Golden Butterflies, Part 1". Valmet is seen with her AUG during a flashback in "Dance with Undershaft, Part 1." The AUGs used by Tojo and Valmet were replaced by the Masadas in the 2nd season.
Steyr AUG - Austrian Army Version - 5.56x45mm
R fires the Steyr AUG at the pick-up truck with Mao. (S1E04)
An AUG A1 used by Valmet in the cargo ship. (S1E06)
Tojo standing behind Jonah with his snowtape-camouflaged AUG A1. (S1E06)
Valmet takes cover with the snowtape-camouflaged AUG A1. (S1E06)
Tojo firing his Steyr AUG A1 at Taishinsai contractors. (S1E07)
A Steyr AUG A1 used by R in South Africa. Note the snowtape wrapped around the Swarovski-type scope. (S1E07)
A good closeup of Tojo's Steyr AUG with the foregrip folded away. (S1E09)
Valmet holding her AUG after slapping Koko on the cheek. (S2E02)
Jonah is seen holding an AKMS rifle during a flashback of the time he was a child soldier before he joined HCLI.
AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
A shot of Jonah's AKMS. (S1E01)
The AKS-47 rifle makes occasional appearances in the series.
AKS-47 unfolded - 7.62x39mm
A gunman opens fire with an AKS-47 during a flashback sequence. (S1E03)
”Master” opens fire with his AKS-47 at Lehm while Chinatsu covers him. He is firing on full-auto, yet the selector switch is on semi-auto. (S1E03)
A closeup of the receiver on ”Master”'s AKS-47. (S103)
The Orchestra duo raiding a mansion in a flashback. (S1E04)
Norinco Type 56-1
An Norinco Type 56-1 appears to be the rifle used by an Excalibur contractor firing at a civilian car passing by the HCLI convoy
Norinco Type 56-1 (under-folding stock variant) - 7.62x39mm
An Excalibur contractor fires what appears to be an Norinco Type 56-1, based on the hooded front sight and stamped receiver, at a civilian car passing by the HCLI convoy. (S2E07)
A majority of the soldiers serving under Major Pollack are armed with AKS-74U rifles. Lu also uses one, most likely taken from a dead soldier. Jonah is armed with one in a flashback in "The Snake that Admires the Heavens". Hex uses on in "Dance with Undershaft, Part 1" in a flashback when she was conducting a black ops mission as a CIA SOG operative.
AKS-74U (also referred to as the "AKSU" or 'Krinkov') - 5.45x39mm
A soldier under Major Pollack aims an AKS-74U at Curry. (S1E02)
A closeup of a soldier with an AKS-74U. Note how the fire selector is set to semi-auto. (S1E02)
Lu readies an AKS-74U. (S1E02)
Jonah, in a flashforward to the last episode, holding an AKS-74U. (S2E01)
The same weapon Jonah was carrying after he tossed it over a cliff. Note that the AK-based receiver is broken from Jonah's toss. We seen the same scene happen in the last episode as this was a flashforward. (S2E01)
A young Hex fires her AKS-74U at Koko's bodyguards during a CIA SOG black ops mission. (S2E02)
A number of Colt CAR-15 rifles appear in throughout the series. Wiley appears to use the CAR-15 as his main assault rifle when he was conducting an escort mission near the southern Russian border. Lehm also uses the CAR-15 as his main weapon when he's not on sniper duty. The rifles used by Lehm and Wiley are replaced by Masadas in the 2nd season. Delta Force commandos led by Lehm in Iraq during the First Gulf War are armed with CAR-15s outfitted with red dot scopes in "Pazuzu".
Colt Model 723 "M16A2 carbine" - 5.56x45mm.
Wiley next his CAR-15 during a firefight. (S1E02)
Lehm readies his CAR-15. (S1E02)
Lehm racks the bolt on his CAR-15. (S1E02)
Lehm with a desert tan CAR-15 escorting Tojo through the streets of Dubai. Note the Aimpoint-type scope mounted on the upper receiver and what appears to be a suppressor on the barrel. (S1E03)
Lehm fires his CAR-15 at a retreating Chinatsu. Note the Aimpoint scope mounted on the carry handle. (S1E04)
Lehm aims the Aimpoint-mounted scope on his CAR-15 at Balkan Dragon militiamen. (S1E10)
A Delta Force commando in the First Gulf War opens fire with the CAR-15 after engaging Iraqi soldiers at a covert chemical weapons factory in Iraq. (S2E07)
Wiley uses a Colt M4A1 as his personal weapon, which first appeared in South Africa in "African Golden Butterflies, Part 1". In "Mondo Grosso", Jonah and Lutz take on each other in a paintball range in Britain's East Sussex with paintball rifles that externally resembles M4A1s. In "The Snake that Admires the Heavens", CIA Special Operations Group operators are armed with M4A1s in a flashback when Koko explains to Jonah the positions in the CIA and during the shootout in "Dance with the Undershaft Phase 2". SR Unit commandos use the M4A1 with EOTech sights in downtown Jakarta after one of their comrades is killed by Chiquita during a negotiation in "Castle of Lies, Part 1" (S2E05) and in Tokyo Bay Aqua Line's Umihotaru when they engage Koko's team in "Castle of Lies, Part 2" (S2E06). US Marines use them with EOTech sights and vertical foregrips in "Warmonger" (S2E11).
Colt M4A1 Carbine with 4 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm.
Colt M4A1 Carbine - 5.56x45mm.
Wiley firing his snowtape camouflaged M4A1 at Taishinhai contractors. (S1E07)
Lutz, Lehm and Jonah watch Valmet fire a M4A1-based paintball rifle at the range in East Sussex. (S1E08)
Jonah sure is having a good time... (S1E08)
But that's if Lutz can put a stop to it. (S1E08)
CIA SOG operatives with M4A1s in a forest. Note that the M4A1 in the middle has a Trijicon ACOG scope and a mounted suppressor. (S2E01)
Another CIA SOG operative with an M4A1 behind a captive. Note the stock. (S2E01)
One of Hex's SOG operatives with his M4A1 in a shootout in the Czech Republic. In the manga, the stock was actually a magpul CTR stock and they were all using Pmags. (S2E03)
A SR squad prepares to move around the corner in a Jakarta hotel corridor. (S2E05)
A SR commando opens fire with the M4A1 at Edgar, Alan and Poe in a Jakarta hotel corridor. (S2E05)
US Marines prepare to secure George Black in North Africa. (S2E11)
Colt M16A2s are seen in flashbacks in the hands of Wide Range Communications Platoon operators in "Dance with Undershaft, Part 1".
M16A2 Rifle - 5.56x45mm. Select Fire rifle (Safe/Semi/3 round Burst Only).
Wide Range Communications Platoon operators in formation training in the jungle. (S2E02)
Wide Range Communications Platoon operators in formation training crossing a river. (S2E02)
Heckler & Koch XM8
Lutz and R fire the Heckler & Koch XM8 during target practice in a HCLI-owned cargo ship in "Vein" while en route to Africa.
Older version of Heckler & Koch XM8 - 5.56x45mm
Lutz firing the XM8 at a mock target. (S1E05)
Lutz admiring how light and compact the XM8 is. (S1E05)
A closeup of the XM8. (S1E05)
Lutz and Wiley watch R fire the XM8 with one hand. (S1E05)
The AK-47 makes several appearances throughout the series.
Type I AK-47, hybrid stamped/milled receiver with prototype slab sided magazine - 7.62x39mm
Final Production version of the Type III AK-47 with cleaning rod removed and laminated stock - 7.62x39mm
Jonah seizes an AK-47 in the base's armory with some magazines. Note the hybrid stamped/milled receiver and the slab sided-type magazines used. (S1E05)
Mountain Infantry troops take cover inside a building after Jonah attacks the base. (S1E05)
Somali pirates armed with AK-47s during an attempt to intercept the cargo ship. (S1E06)
A hood-wearing Somali pirate aims the AK-47 at the HCLI-owned cargo ship. (S1E06)
Mokoena with the AK-47. You can see the barrel, which confirms the rifle is the said weapon. (S1E06)
Balkan Dragon militiamen aim their AK-47s at ethnic minorities. (S1E09)
Closeup of an AK-47's selector. (S1E09)
A flashback done in "Dragon Shooter, Part 1" when Leon Riviere explains the Balkan Dragons. Note that you can see the two holes in the rifle's foregrip in the hands of a BK militiaman, which concludes that they use AK-47s as their main assault rifle instead of Zastava-made M70s. (S1E09)
Lehm firing the AK-47, held on his right hand, as he executes a Balkan Dragon militiaman. The two holes on the rifle is further proof that the BKs don't use M70s. (S1E09)
Islamic extremists being ambushed. Note the orange bakelite magazines. (S2E11)
Daxinghai contractors are armed with the Vektor R5 as their main assault rifle throughout the series, first seen in "African Golden Butterflies, Part 1" and then in "Hill of Destruction, Part 2". This makes sense in the episodes since they are deployed in African territory.
A Daxinghai contractor behind Karen in a combat operation in South Africa. (S1E06)
Daxinghai contractors with Vektor R5s and winter combat gear in South Africa. (S1E06)
You can partially see a Vektor R5 dropped by a Daxinghai contractor executed by Karen. (S1E06)
The iron sights of a Vektor R5. (S1E06)
A Daxinghai contractor in civilian clothes gets ambushed by Valmet at the company's North African branch. (S1E12)
Plainclothed Daxinghai contractors fire their R5s at Valmet. (S1E12)
Valmet Rk 62
Valmet Rk 62s are used by Finnish UN peacekeepers in Valmet's flashback in the episodes "African Golden Butterflies, Part 2" and "Hill of Destruction, Part 1".
Valmet Rk 62 (modernized) with plastic handguard. 7.62x39mm
Valmet's flashback in the African desert. You can see the Rk 62s near the corpses of Finnish UN peacekeepers. (S1E08)
UN Finnish peacekeepers in Africa with Rk 62s slinged on their shoulders. (S1E11)
A UN Finnish peacekeeper open fires during an ambush in the African desert. (S1E11)
A Rk 62 rifle near corpses of Finnish peacekeepers. (S1E11)
Koko gives her entire bodyguard team Magpul Masadas in the beginning of the second season, serving as their main assault rifle to replace their personal assault rifles. In the episode Castle of Lies Phase 2, they animated the charging handles reciprocating on several of the rifles.
Magpul Masada - 5.56x45mm.
Jonah with his Masada in the second season OP sequence.
A shot of Koko's HCLI team armed with Masadas in the second season OP sequence. As a side note, Valmet has way more muscles than in season one.
R runs in the streets, armed with a Masada with a mounted EOTech sight. Note in the actual episode, R was not carrying his rifle at the ready, but instead was talking on his phone.
Jonah practices handling the Magpul Masada at a shooting range in "Dance with Undershaft, Part 1." Note mounted EOTech sight. (S2E02)
R stuffing an extra ACR into his backpack in the Czech Republic. Note the placement of the charging handle indicating that it is the Masada and not the ACR. (S2E03)
R providing cover fire for Jonah and Koko. Note the fire selector is drawn on full auto. (S2E03)
Nice closeup of the Masada in Lehm's hands. Note that it's unloaded and the EOTEch sight mounted on the picatinny upper receiver. (S2E05)
Tojo fires the Masada at incoming Excalibur contractors in the Iraqi deserts. Note the EOTech sight mounted on the upper receiver of Tojo's Masada. (S2E07)
Jonah is given a Masada by Valmet after their reunion in Baku, Azerbaijan. (S2E12)
Hex uses an FN SCAR-L in the second season as her main assault rifle. Note that she uses Magpul PMAGs which would work poorly in the rifle until later Gen M3 PMAGs. Navy SEAL commandos engage Koko's forces near Guantanamo Bay with the FN SCAR-L in "New World, Part 3".
Third-Generation FN SCAR-L CQC - 5.56x45mm
Hex armed with a FN SCAR-L during the Czech shootout. (S2E03)
Hex shouting while taking aim at R. (S2E03)
The FN SCAR-L after Hex was shot by R. (S2E03)
A Navy SEAL engages Koko's forces. Note the vertical foregrip and EOTech sight mounted at the picatinny railing. (S2E09)
A young assassin named Liliane uses a Remington 870 with a pistol grip as her main weapon from the episode "Hill of Destruction, Part 1".
Remington 870 with pistol grip - 12 Gauge.
Liliane finishes off a wounded man during a hit. (S1E11)
Firing the 870 during a raid on the Egyptian hotel Koko and the team are in. Note the combat knife attached below the barrel. (S1E11)
Liliane reloading the 870. You can see the closeup of the port.
Pumping the 870 to load a buckshot.
FN Minimi Para
Valmet uses a FN Minimi Para as her main support weapon, first seen during the chase sequence in "Gun Metal, Calico Road".
FN Minimi Para with 100-round camo cloth ammo bag - 5.56x45mm. Note handguard design distinguishing this from the paratrooper version of the M249 SAW below.
Valmet opens fire with her FN Minimi Para. (S1E01)
Valmet suppresses the Voshkod 6 operators trying to fire out the back of a van. (S1E01)
Valmet opens fire with the FN Minimi Para at Balkan Dragon militiamen at Planina Airport. (S1E10)
Valmet conducts suppressive fire against hostile Excalibur contractors in the Iraqi desert. (S2E07)
Ugo is seen wielding an M249E2 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) with a short barrel in "Dance with the Undershaft Phase 2".
M249 SAW with 200-round ammo drum 5.56x45mm
Ugo firing the M249E2 SAW at SOG operators in the Czech Republic. (S2E03)
"Master" uses an IMI Negev LMG to take down the CRV driven by Ugo in Dubai in the episode "Musica Ex. Machina, Part 2". It's also seen in a flashback at the start of the same episode.
IMI Negev with 200-round cloth ammo bag - 5.56x45mm
"Master" shoulders his IMI Negev after killing everyone in the Paris opera house. (S1E04)
"Master" fires the Negev at Mao and R. (S1E04)
A closeup of the Negev LMG. (S1E04)
Browning M2 Heavy Barrel
Orchestra uses a Browning M2HB mounted in the rear seat of a GMC-type pick-up truck in "Musica Ex. Machina, Part 2". It's seen mounted on a Ford F-150 pickup used by Excalibur contractors in "Pazuzu". One is used by Islamic extremists on a few technicals in "Warmonger".
Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG
A shot of Orchestra's M2HB. (S1E04)
A closeup of the M2HB's barrel. (S1E04)
The M2HB opens fire on Ugo's CRV. (S1E04)
You can see the M2HB mounted at the back of the F-150. (S2E07)
An Excalibur contractor manning a M2HB on a F-150 after being shot in the head. (S2E07)
An Islamic extremist prepares to open fire with the M2HB before a US Marine sniper kills him. (S2E11)
Mao and Lehm uses a M134 Minigun mounted in the HCLI-owned cargo ship against Somali pirates in "African Golden Butterflies, Part 1".
Dillon Aero M134 Minigun with flash suppressor - 7.62x51mm
Mao fires the mounted M134 Minigun at a pirate-controlled helicopter. (S1E06)
Lehm armed with the mounted M134 Minigun. (S1E06)
An F-22 armed with an M61 Vulcan is seen in "Gun Metal, Calico Road". The USS Independence (LCS-2) has some M61 Vulcans in a Phalanx mount in "Century of Shame".
GE M61 Vulcan Cannon - 20mm.
The F-22 in Jonah's flashback. (S1E01)
Kaspar standing near a M61 Vulcan Phalanx mount. (S2E12)
A MiG-29 armed with a Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-30 is seen in "Gun Metal, Calico Road". Another one which a SU-37 armed with is seen in the OP sequence of Perfect Order and in "Century of Shame".
Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-30-1 - 30x165mm.
A shot of a MiG illustrating the contents of one of Koko's shipments. While not visible, the Mig is armed with a GSh-301. (S1E01)
A SU-37 flies overhead an oil refinery in the OP sequence of Perfect Order.
A NUSSRAF SU-37 conducts a fly over to protect the launch of Jormungand. (S2E12)
Several Mil Mi-24 "Hind" helicopter gunships armed with chin-mounted Yakushev-Borzov Yak-B Gatling guns appear throughout the series.
Yakushev-Borzov Yak-B mounted on Mi-24 Hind-D - 12.7x108mm
A Mil Mi-24 as portrayed during Koko's debriefing. The Yak-B is clearly present. (S1E01)
A Russian Air Force Hind-E. You can see the chin-mounted Yak-B. (S1E02)
GIAT F2 20mm cannon
A 20 mm GIAT F2 gun is seen in "African Golden Butterflies, Part 1" mounted on some Denel AH-2 Rooivalks in the DIESA arms fair and on a Mi-24 Super Hind Mark V. Super Hind Mark Vs are seen in "Century of Shame".
GIAT F2, chin mounted on Denel Rooivalk - 20x139mm
A South African Air Force AH-2 Rooivalk with the F2 gun mounted underneath the cockpit. (S1E06)
You can see another SAAF Rooivalk on the left side of the picture with a chin-mounted F2. (S1E06}
An Advanced Technologies and Engineering (ATE) Mi-24 SuperHind Mark V arriving in Port Elizabeth. You can see the F2 gun mounted on the chin. (S1E07)
A Super Hind Mark V flies somewhere in Africa. (S2E12)
Denel Land Systems MG4
A South African Army Rooikat on static display in the DIESA Arms Expo is seen with the DLS MG4 machine gun as a secondary weapon in "African Golden Butterflies, Part 1". The MG4 is the South African-made version of the Browning M1919.
A variant of the Browning M1919 developed during World War 2, this model is designated the M37, with the ability to feed from either the left or the right of the weapon - 30-06. The South African version is chambered in 7.62 NATO.
The DLS MG4 machine gun is seen clearly mounted next to the Denel GT4 76mm 62-calibre rifled gun.
Zastava M87 NSVT
A Zastava M87 NSVT, the Serbian-made version of the Russian NSV machine gun, is seen on a T Republic tracked APC in the episode "Dragon Shooter, Part 1". Since the nameless country is based in the Balkans, it would make sense for its armed forces to be armed with Serbian/Yugoslav-made weapons as a first priority, followed by Russian/Soviet-made weapons.
Tripod-mounted NSV heavy machine gun with ammo box and belt - 12.7x107mm. Compare to the Kord heavy machine gun
; note lack of bipod support and older stock with pistol grip underneath the receiver.
A T Republic tracked APC with the Zastava M87 mounted on the left side on the vehicle. (S1E09)
A ZU-23-2 "Sergey" 23 mm anti-aircraft twin-barreled autocannon is fielded by a Balkan Dragon militia force to shoot down Koko's HCLI Antonov An-12 in "Dragon Shooter, Part 2". Though the ZU-23-2 hasn't been fielded to any army/militia force in the Balkans in reality, it's possible that the Balkan Dragons acquired it from a Balkan-based standing army in the Jormungand universe, courtesy of the USSR/Russia.
A Balkan Dragon ZU-23-2 platform prepares to aim its 23mm cannons. (S1E10)
The 23mm autocannons fired at the airborne An-12. (S1E10)
Closeup of the 23mm autocannon barrels. (S1E10)
General Electric GAU-8/A Avenger
General Electric GAU-8/A Avengers are mounted on USAF A-10s in Iraq during the First Gulf War in "Pazuzu".
USAF A-10s preparing for an airstrike in Iraq in "Pazuzu". (S2E07)
A RPD is used by an Excalibur contractor in "Pazuzu". (S2E07) Islamic extremists use them on pick-up trucks in "Warmonger" (S2E11).
The RPD is mounted on the first F-150. (S2E07)
A masked Excalibur contractor fires the RPD at a civilian car. (S2E07)
RPDs are visible on technical trucks in North Africa. (S2E11)
US Marines escorted George Black in a captured technical. (S2E11)
M230 Chain Gun
A Sikorsky MH-60L Direct Action Penetrator chopper carrying George Black and US Marines back to sea is armed with a M230 Chain Gun in "Warmonger".
The MH-60L DAP carrying George Black and US Marines back to sea. (S2E11)
2A38M autocannons are seen in rogue 2K22 Tunguskas trying to take down NUSSRAF MiG-29s in "Century of Shame".
Rogue 2K22 Tunguskas open fire at NUSSRAF MiG-29s. (S2E12)
Another shot of rogue 2K22 Tunguskas open fire at NUSSRAF MiG-29s. (S2E12)
Lehm is seen firing a Remington 700PSS rifle during the opening sequence, usually used as his main sniper rifle. Another 700PSS is seen in "Musica Ex. Machina, Part 1" in the hands of Dubai SWAT snipers. In a flashback in "The Snake that Admires the Heavens", a CIA SOG team uses a 700PSS in a war-torn city. Lehm uses a 700PSS in a desert tan finish to take out Excalibur contractors in "Pazuzu" (S2E07).
Remington 700PSS with Leupold Mark 4 scope and Harris bipod - .300 Win Mag
Dubai SWAT snipers armed with a Remington 700PSS. (S1E03)
Lehm armed with the M700PSS in South Africa. (S1E06)
Lehm's smile as he reloads his M700PSS. (S1E07)
Lehm firing the M700PSS at Taishinhai contractors. (S1E07)
FPS view of the M700PSS-mounted scope. (S1E07)
Lehm firing his 700PSS from inside a SUV in the second season OP sequence. In the actual scene of the episode, the show sped up the animation so fast that it seemed semi auto.
A CIA SOG operative takes aim through the 700PSS' scope. (S2E01)
Lehm aims the 700PSS while being prone on the road in Iraq. (S2E07)
Lutz uses a Blaser R93 sniper rifle as his main weapon, first used in "Musica Ex. Machina, Part 2".
Blaser R93 LRS2 Precision Sniper Rifle - .338 Lapua Magnum. The rifle is usually outfitted with either a Parker & Hale or Harris Bipod.
Lutz waits for the all-clear to fire from Wiley. (S1E04)
Lutz peers through the R93's scope. (S1E04)
Lutz chambers another .338 Lapua Magnum round. (S1E04)
Lutz taking aim with the Blaser R93 outfitted with a thermal scope. (S1E08)
Lutz aiming R93's scope after taking out SOG sniper team. (S2E03)
Lutz firing the R93 after being engaged by Excalibur contractors. (S2E07)
IMI Galil Sniper
A Daxinghai contractor takes aim with a IMI Galil Sniper rifle to assassinate Koko and Ugo in Port Elizabeth in the episode "African Golden Butterflies, Part 2".
A Daxinghai contractor takes aim at Koko and Ugo. (S1E07)
Heckler & Koch SL8-4
EAE-hired mercenary snipers are armed with Heckler & Koch SL8-4 sniper rifles with thermal scopes in "Mondo Grosso".
Heckler & Koch SL8-4 - 5.56x45mm NATO
An EAE-hired mercenary sniper scopes Koko and Amalia at the London docks. (S1E08)
Unique Alpine TPG-1
An EAE-hired mercenary sniper is armed with a Unique Alpine TPG-1 in "Mondo Grosso".
An EAE-hired mercenary scopes Koko and Amalia at the London docks from on top of a cargo container. (S1E08)
A DSR-1 is seen in the hands of a GSG-9 sniper in "Mondo Grosso" during a flashback.
DSR-Precision GmbH DSR-1 - 7.62x51mm NATO
A GSG-9 sniper taking aim with a DSR-1 in Lutz's flashback. (S1E08)
A KBP SVU is used by Lee, a high-ranking Daxinghai contractor in "Hill of Destruction, Part 2." Jonah later kills Lee and disarms him of the rifle, using it to cover Valmet's approach. The SVU (PSO-1 scope included) has a desert tan camouflage.
Closeup of the SVU's foregrip. (S1E12)
Closeup of the SVU's receiver. Note its similarity to the AK rifle series. (S1E12)
Lee aiming the SVU's riflescope at Valmet. (S1E12)
The FPS view of the SVU's mounted PSO-1 riflescope. (S1E12)
Jonah takes the SVU from the dead Lee. (S1E12)
Knight's Armament SR-25
A Knight's Armament SR-25 is the hands of one of Hex's SOG operatives in "Dance with the Undershaft phase 2".
Knight's Armament SR-25 with suppressor and Harris bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO.
A SOG sniper team taking aim at the Czech streets from a makeshift sniper nest. If you look close enough, you can see they drew in an option for full auto on the receiver. (S2E03)
An Excalibur contractor uses a Barrett M82A1 in "Pazuzu".
An Excalibur contractor armed with the M82A1 after being shot through the riflescope. (S2E07)
US Marine snipers are armed with the M40A5 sniper rifle while saving George Black in "Warmonger".
M40A5 sniper rifle with Harris bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO
US Marine sniper peers through the AN/PVS-22 night vision optic in North Africa. (S2E11)
US Marine sniper works the bolt to extract a used 7.62 NATO cartridge after being fired. (S2E11)
During the chase scene in the pilot episode, a Voshkod 6 operator tries to take out Koko and Jonah's car with an FGM-148 Javelin. Koko manages to correctly identify the weapon by just the sound the rocket makes when it detonates.
The Voshkod 6 operator takes aim at Koko's car. (S1E01)
The Javelin fired at Koko's sedan in the city streets. (S1E01)
One of Major Pollack's soldiers is seen unloading FIM-92A Stinger missile tubes in episode 2.
Pollack's soldiers unload a FIM-92A missile tube. (S1E02)
Ugo uses a RPG-7 to destroy a Somali pirate speedboat in "African Golden Butterflies, Part 1".
RPG-7 with PGO-7 scope and PG-7VM rocket
Mao carrying the RPG-7 while Ugo carries 7.62 NATO munitions. (S1E06)
Ugo taking aim with the RPG-7's PGO-7 scope. (S1E06)
Strela 2M2J Sava
Balkan Dragon militiamen use Strela 2M2J Savas, the Yugoslav-made version of the 9K32 “Strela-2” (or SA-7 Grail as a NATO reporting name), against the Antonov An-12 taking off at Planina Airport in the episode "Dragon Shooter, Part 2". Dragan's militia would be first equipped with Yugoslav/Serbian-made weapons before Soviet/Russian-made weapons since the T Republic is based in the Balkans.
A Sava MANPAD team await for the all-clear to open fire. (S1E10)
Another shot of the Sava MANPAD team, about to fire the MANPAD. (S1E10)
The FPS view of the Sava as the missile heads towards the An-12. (S1E10)
M67 hand grenade
Jonah uses the blast from a M67 hand grenade to deflect an incoming 127mm rocket.
M67 fragmentation grenade
Jonah about to throw his M67 frag grenade. (S01E01)
AN/M8 smoke grenade
An AN/M8 smoke grenade is used to facilitate Jonah's takedown in "Vein". Another one was used by a CIA SOG operative in "Dance with Undershaft, Part 1" in a flashback.
A primed AN/M8 smoke grenade hurled towards Jonah in a flashback. (S1E05)
A CIA SOG operative removes the safety pin of a smoke grenade in a black ops mission. (S2E02)
A C4 explosive was used by Wiley to blow up a Somali pirate speedboat in "African Golden Butterflies, Part 1" (S1E06). Several of them are used by Excalibur contractors to make a makeshift suicide vest after forcing an Iraqi civilian to wear one in "Pazuzu" (S2E307).
The C4 explosive Wiley tossed into the Somali pirate speedboat. (S1E06)
An Iraqi civilian is forced to march towards Koko and the others with a makeshift suicide vest rigged to explode with C4s. (S2E07)
"Chinatsu Cannon Special"
In "Musica Ex. Machina, Part 1", Chinatsu uses a fictional weapon referred to as the Chinatsu Cannon Special to take out a Dubai Police Force cruiser responding to the shootout in downtown Dubai. It is a custom-made weapon, having the body of a Colt SAA revolver with a custom-made breech-loaded barrel, which is placed over where the barrel and cylinder of the revolver should be. It is fired similarly to other one-shot grenade launchers like the M79 and the HK69A1.
Colt Single Action Army "Artillery" model - .45 Long Colt. This weapon serves as the basis for the grip and trigger mechanism of the "Chinatsu Cannon Special".
Chinatsu aims the "Chinatsu Cannon Special" at a DPF cruiser. (S1E03)
Chinatsu reloads the "Chinatsu Cannon Special" with a fresh 40mm HE grenade. (S1E03)
Chinatsu drops the "Chinatsu Cannon Special" after using up all of her 40mm HE rounds. (S1E03)
An interior of the Chinatsu's gun case containing the "Chinatsu Cannon Special" and several 40mm HE grenades. (S1E03)