The follwing guns are featured in the anime Kite: Liberator.
Near the end of the movie, two hired goons, armed with Glocks, attempt to kill Monaka. Monaka quickly shoots them both in the head before they can get a clean shot at her.
In the opening scenes of the movie, Tsuin draws a Makarov PM and opens fire at the pursing police officers. Another Makarov is seen in Monaka's boss' armory, when Monaka is selecting her firearms for a job.
Monaka (as the Angel of Death) uses a fictional handgun with explosive rounds. Her boss called it "The Red Club" and states it was used by a young female assassin like her. Obviously referring to Sawa from the first Kite
Police Sergeant Rin Gaga carries this a SIG P228.
Tokarev TT-33 Pistol
Tsuin's older brother attacks Police Sergeant Rin Gaga, the cop he thinks killed his little brother, with a Tokarev TT-33 Pistol. Another Tokarev is seen in Monaka's boss' armory, when Monaka is selecting her firearms for a job.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Rin's partner carries what looks like a Smith & Wesson Model 36.
Heckler & Koch MP5A4
Armed ISS officers aboard the International Space Station are carrying Heckler & Koch MP5A4s with mounted flashlights, which they fire on full auto. It seems a bit odd and dangerous to be bringing fully automatic sub-machine guns aboard a multi-billion dollar space station.
After firing all rounds in the Steyr Scout, Monaka goes for a full-out assault with a Steyr TMP.
Monaka attacks her mutated father with a Steyr Scout. She fires five times in quick succession, but the rounds do almost no visible damage. Note a traditional scope is mounted rather than a long eye relief scope which the rifle is designed for
During a school classroom bag inspection, one student has a pair of model guns on his desk. The two guns resemble a Smith & Wesson Model 29 (Dirty Harry's gun) and a H&K USP .45