Love, Death & Robots - Season 1

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Love, Death & Robots - Season 1
Love, Death & Robots poster.jpg
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Channel Netflix
Genre Animation, Short, Anthology
Broadcast 2019
No. of Episodes 18
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sonnie Helen Sadler
Thom Henry Douthwaite
Woman Emily O'Brien
Lieutenant Colby Samira Wiley
Lt. Nikolai Zakharov Stefan Kapicic



The first season consists of 18 episodes ranging from 6 to 20 minutes. Each episode tells an independent story in different genres. All stories are based on existing books (For example "Sonnie's Edge" (S1E01) is based on the short story of the same name from Peter F. Hamilton's book, "A Second Chance at Eden"). The exceptions are "The Witness" (S1E03) and "Blindspot" (S1E15). The season aired on Netflix on March 15th 2019. All episodes are animation, except for "Ice Age" (S1E16), which uses live filming. A short description of each episode can be seen in the discussion page.


The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Love, Death & Robots:


Contents


SPOILERS.jpg WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!

Handguns

Beretta 92FS

In "When the Yogurt Took Over" (S1E06) one of the brokers on the exchange uses a Beretta 92FS to shoot himself. Pistols are also seen in the holsters of some US Marines in Afghanistan in "Shape-Shifters" (S1E10).

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm Parabellum
The broker pulls the trigger.
After that the gun flies out of hand.
The Marine's holstered pistols.
Another Marine with the holstered pistol in a local village.
And two other Marines at a US military base.

Colt M1911A1

In "The Witness" (S1E03) the Colt M1911A1 is briefly seen at the beginning when the Witness Girl (voiced by Emily O'Brien) notices the murder. Hiding from the killer in a strip club, she finds this Colt M1911A1 in Vladimir's (voiced by Nolan North) cabinet and puts it in her bag. When the Man (voiced by Ben Sullivan) catches up with her, she draws out a pistol. During a fight, Woomen accidentally shoots and kills him. Since both of them were caught in a time loop, the Colt appeared over and over again.

Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
The Woman finds gun in Vladimir's cabinet.
She takes it and puts in her bag.
The victim points Vladimir's gun at a Man...
... she slowly retreats into the next room, keeping him at gunpoint.
The Woman accidentally shoots a Man with a Colt M1911A1. Note the comic-style visualization of the shot.
The Woman lowers the gun after the murder and notices the Man at the window.

Glock 17

In "Sucker Of Souls" (S1E05) mercenary, accompanying a Dr. Wehunt (voiced by Michael Benyaer), named Flynn (voiced by Fred Tatasciore) carries a Glock 17 as his main weapon. He shoots Dracula multiple times, but no result. Two other mercenaries, Gary (voiced by Laura Waddell) and Micky (voiced by Jonathon Cahill) also hold same pistols when they trapped by similar Dracula vampires at the end of the episode.

Glock 17 3rd Gen - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Glock is seen in Flynn's holster.
The mercenary draws a gun...
...and shoots Dracula. Note the cartridge case flying out of the chamber.
Flynn shoots Dracula on the run. Note the casings flying out.
Flynn with empty gun.
Wehunt's bodyguard covers up him.
Flynn shoots Dracula again.
Gary and Micky with their Glocks. Now they realized that leaving the guns was a bad idea.

Fictional Pistol

Canadian and American Marines have fictional pistols as secondary weapons in "Lucky 13" (S1E13). The pistol has black pistol grips, a slide similar to the Hudson H9 and the Laugo Alien Pistol (note the simular gas delayed blowback system with a fixed barrel).

Hudson H9 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Laugo Alien Pistol - 9x19mm Parabellum
Cutter with a holstered pistol. Note the black grips.
Like all other Marines, Sergeant Pettibone (voiced by Noshir Dalal) has a pistol in a holster on his chest.
First shot with unholstered pistol. Notice Hudson-style slide and reflex sight.
Cutter shoots enemies on the Lucky.

Kali's Gun

Kali (voiced by Jill Talley) carries a firearm during the train heist in "Blindspot" (S1E15). Angry, she points a gun at Sui (voiced by Carlos Alazraqui). When an alarm goes off on the train, she shoots several guards.

Kali with her weapon.
She points gun at Sui.
Kali shoots the guards.

OSP-30 Flare Pistol

Sergei and another Soviet soldier use OSP-30 Flare Pistol with red and green rockets to send signals to other units in "Secret War" (S1E18).

OSP-30 Flare Pistol - 26.5mm
A soldier launches a green rocket after checking a dead village.
Sergei launches a red rocket after meeting with ghouls.
During the battle the pistol is on the belt.
Sergei again shoots a green rocket after finding the corpse of Cheka officer, Major Grishin.

SIG-Sauer P226 Elite

What apears to be a SIG-Sauer P226 Elite pistols are seen in the holsters of some US Marines in Afghanistan in "Shape-Shifters" (S1E10).

SIG-Sauer P226 Elite - 9x19mm Parabellum
The pistol is seen in Marine's holster (in red circle).
The two Marines in the center carry holstered SIG-Sauers. Here you can clearly see the wooden pistol grip, beavertail and the inscription "SIG-Sauer".

Revolvers

Colt Single Action Army

Pearly (voiced by Ande Sogliuzzo) carries a holstered nickel Single Action Army with 7.5" barrel while talking with Dave (voiced by Nolan North) in "The Dump" (S1E09). When he hears strange noises, Pearly draws a gun and shoots several times. When the monster grabs Perly he loses his revolver.

Colt Single Action Army "Cavalry" model with 7.5" barrel and ivory grips - .45 Long Colt
The holstered gun is seen when Pearly has walked away.
Pearly slowly pulls a revolver from holster.
Pearly with his SAA. Note a cartridges in the cylinder.
Another shot on the gun. Note a SAA hammer and gate.
Scared redneck with his longbarreled revolver.
He raises the gun up when the monster grabs him.

Nagant 1895 Revolver

A holster with a Nagant 1895 revolver is seen on Kravchenko's belt, but he does not use it during the final battle with the ghouls in "Secret War" (S1E18). Oleg (voiced by uncredited actor) uses a Nagant to commit suicide, and the wounded Nikolai for protection in order to get to the detonator.

Russian Nagant 1895, produced 1920s - 7.62x38R Nagant
A holster with an unseen gun is seen on Sergei's belt as he fights with an axe against ghouls.
Wounded Oleg decides to shoot himself.
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As soon as the PPSh ran out of ammo, Nikolai changes it to a Nagant with a flare and continues the fight.
But the mortal wound makes itself felt, and he falls next to the detonator.

Remington 1858 New Army

On the "Lincoln shoots first" timeline picture in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17) the 16th president of the United States holds a Remington 1858 New Army.

Remington 1858 New Army - .44 caliber
Abraham Lincoln with the Remington revolver.

Submachine Guns

FN P90 TR

The FN P90 TRs are carried by mercenaries Micky and Gary in "Sucker Of Souls" (S1E05). They shoot Dracula, being trapped in a room. When Flynn allows the C4 to be used, Gary throws the P90 down with joy and runs to set the explosives. After the Dr. Wehunt has found a way out, for some unknown reason the mercenaries do not take P90s with them, like all other weapons.

FN P90 TR - FN 5.7x28mm
Gary and Micky keep their submachine guns ready, waiting for Dracula
The P90s in mercenary arsenal.
Gary holds her P90.
Flynn catches the Gary's gun.
Close-up of shooting SMGs.

PPSh-41

Most Soviet soldiers, including Lt. Nikolai Zakharov (voiced by Stefan Kapicic), Malenchenko (voiced by Jeff Berg), Sr. Sergeant Sergei Kravchenko (voiced by Bruce Thomas), Oleg (voiced by uncredited actor) in "Secret War" (S1E18) are armed with PPSh-41 submachine guns. Jr. Sergeant Okhchen changes his Mosin rifle to PPSh-41 with flashlight when, together with Corporal Pogodin (voiced by Victor Brandt), sets off to mine the ghouls' den.

PPSh-41
Zakharov with his PPSh in the first seconds of the episode.
Soviet soldier with PPSh-41 before entering the house.
Sergei with his excellently detailed PPSh.
Sergei's PPSh on his horse.
Zakharov shoots during the first battle in the forest.
Malenchenko shoots ghoul...
...and later reloads it.
Okhchen with his new gun.
The last survivors: Nikolai Zakharov, Sergei Kravchenko and Oleg with the PPShs, Maxim with the SVT-40 and Kaminsky with DP-28 prepare to take on mortal combat with thousands of ghouls.

Rifles / Carbines

AK-Alfa/M249 Hybrid

Enemies of the Marines use 7,62x39mm AK-Alfa with forend, barrel and heatshield from M249 as their main weapon in "Lucky 13" (S1E13).

AK-Alfa with 12.4" barrel, 45 degree gas block, KeyMod forend and MH1 reflex sight - 7.62x39mm
M249 with folding carry handle, heat shield, improved handguard, plastic stock, and 200-round drum - 5.56x45mm
Two opposite soldiers with AK-Alfas.
The falling enemies show their hybrid rifles better.
Two other soldiers with their rifles in the background.
The great shot showing the front of the M249.
The side shot of a rifle demonstrating that it is AK-Alfa.

Daniel Defense MK18

What appears to be a Daniel Defense MK18 with a EOTech sights is seen stuck into the body of a dead Marine in "Shape-Shifters" (S1E10). Several US Marines are armed with the same carbines.

Daniel Defense DDM4 MK18 with Magpul MOE stock and Magpul PMAG magazine - 5.56x45mm
The MK18 is seen stocked in dead Marine.
The next day, two Marines accompanying the Decker (voiced by Graham Hamilton) and Major Reyner (voiced by James Horan) in the village are armed with the same carbines.
In this shot, the railed handguard is better seen.
The Marines look after the Werewolf with their carbines. Note: The African American Marine in the foreground had a darker skin color, another gear and M16A4 in the previous frame. Most likely the creators accidentally changed the model when creating the scene.
The Marine in the background.

Great War-era American Gun

In "Alternate Histories" (S1E17) American soldiers in the trenches are armed with cartoonized guns, vaguely resembling a M1A1 Carbine, but with AK-style magazine and specific muzzle.

American soldiers in the trenches.

IWI Tavor CTAR-21

One of the Marines is armed with a IWI Tavor CTAR-21 with reflex sight in "Lucky 13" (S1E13).

IWI Tavor CTAR-21 with flat top - 5.56x45mm NATO
The Marine in the background with a CTAR-21.
Second in line Marine holds the carbine.

IWI Tavor CTAR-21 (visually modified)

After the "Lucky 13" crashes in "Lucky 13" (S1E13), one of the Marines raises a CTAR from the floor, which is different from the others: it has an extended trigger guard, resembling of a Vector's bottom part, and something under the forearm that looks like an UBGL, namely the XM148.

IWI Tavor CTAR-21 with flat top - 5.56x45mm NATO
KRISS USA Gen II Vector - .45 ACP / 9x19mm Parabellum
XM148 - 40x46mm
The rifle in red circle.

IMI Tavor STAR-21

Several Canadian and American Marines carry what appears to be a visually modified scoped IMI Tavor STAR-21 in "Lucky 13" (S1E13).

IMI Tavor STAR-21 with ACOG and Harris bipod - 5.56x45mm
One of the Marines with a STAR-21.
Another Marine with sniper TAR-21 during the second battle.
After the "Lucky 13" crashes, the Marines come to their senses. Due to a camera in the cargo hold, one of the survivors can be seen armed with a sniper rifle.

Fictional Rifle

The train guards in "Blindspot" (S1E15) shoot the train robbers with fictional rifles, similar to M41A Pulse Rifle from Aliens franchise and have the barrel and forend from the USAS-12. Sui rips off one of the guards' arm with rifle and kills him with the buttstock.

M41A Pulse Rifle
Daewoo USAS-12 CQ with 20-round drum - 12 gauge
The guards shoot the cyborg robbers.
The train guards. But one of them feels real bad with a hole in his head.
Sui smashes head with the buttstock.

Laser rifle

In "Alternate Histories" (S1E17) the time-travelling Nazis and the time-travelling anti-Nazis are armed with the same laser rifles with red and green lasers respectively. They use this in a short skirmish against until Hitler from the future steps in.

The time-travelling Nazis squad with laser rifles...
...and their sworn enemies with green-beamed rifles.
Without further ado they start shooting.

M16A4

Most US Marines in Afghanistan in "Shape-Shifters" (S1E10) carry M16A4s with ACOG scopes. The squad is armed with rifles during the scouting at the beginning of the episode. Other Marines hold rifles at the military base.

Colt M16A4 - 5.56x45mm
The squad of Marines with M16A4 in the background.
Marines hold rifles at the ready during a gunfight with the Taliban.
Two marines hold rifles while on guard.
When the Taliban attacked the neighboring Watchtower position, the alarmed soldiers hold rifles.
At the end of the episode, Miller (voiced by Jim Pirri) and two soldiers let Decker go.

Mauser Gewehr 1898

In "Alternate Histories" (S1E17) German soldiers in the trenches are armed with cartoonized rifles and bayonets. Most likely it is Gewehr 1898, the main German rifles in World War I.

Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Seitengewehr 98/05 bayonet
German soldiers in the trenches.

Mosin Nagant Rifle

Jr. Sergeant Okhchen (voiced by Antonio Alvarez) uses a Mosin Nagant M91/30 Sniper Rifle with PU scope as his main weapon in "Secret War" (S1E18). But changes it to PPSh-41 in the ghouls' den. What appears to be a Mosin rifle lies next to the corpse in the village.

Mosin Nagant M91/30 Sniper Rifle with Russian PU 3.5x sniper scope and down turned bolt handle - 7.62x54mm R
Okhchen checks the village through the scope.
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Okhchen watching a ghoul.
FPS in scope.
Okhchen with a Mosinka in an occult place.
Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
The rifle lies near the corpse in the center.

Pattern 14 Enfield

In a universe where Adolf Hitler was killed by run-away horse-drawn wagon filled with bratwurst, an English soldier tries to escape from Germany's Super Tank during the World War I in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17). A cartoonized rifle with bayonet is seen in his hands. Most likely it is Pattern 14 Enfield, the main British bolt-action rifles in World War I.

Pattern M1914 (P 14) Enfield - .303 UK
British soldier with Enfield.

S&T TAVOR PRO Flat Top (Airsoft)

The Canadian and American Marines armed with IMI Tavor TAR-21 which are similar to airsoft S&T TAVOR PRO Flat Top with Manticore Arms handguards in "Lucky 13" (S1E13).

Airsoft S&T TAVOR PRO flat top KEYMOD
IWI Tavor SAR with Manticore Arms handguard - 5.56x45mm
The previous squad of Marines sit a second before death. Like everyone else, these Marines are armed with Tavor-21 Manticore Arms handguards. The weapon rack is also seen from the side, on the wall. Note that the top two rifles have custom forend.
Private First Class MacDonald (voiced by Jeffrey Pierce) and Private First Class D'Esposito (voiced by David Paladino) with ACOG fitted Tavors. Note that D'Esposito, has the Blur Studio logo on his combat helmet. Blur Studio was founded by series creator Tim Miller.
Marine with a Tavor, immediately after landing. Here you can see a flat top rail, like S&T TAVOR, and a similar barrel.
Good shot on a Marine with a Tavor. Also to his left you can see a shooting M197 Vulcan.
The Marines during the second battle.
American Marine aiming with a S&T TAVOR PRO with a ACOG scope.
Close-up of airsoft gun.
Chief Warrant Officer Lee (voiced by Daisuke Tsuji) with his Tavor-21. Note his rifle differs from standard airsoft Marine's Tavor and has a flat sight and a different forend.
Lee with his own special Tar-21.
IMI Tavor TAR-21 with Meprolight red dot sight - 5.56x45mm
The none-customized Tavor-21 in the hands of one of the Marines.

SIG SG 556 HOLO

In "Three Robots" (S1E02), a SIG SG 556 with aftermarket (or fictional) handguard and Aimpoint sight is seen on the dead body of a soldier.

SIG-Sauer SIG556 HOLO with ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm
The SIG SG 556 in the hands of a dead soldier. Note this cute flower on the muzzle. This is a reference to the famous 1967 photograph "Flower Power".
The same soldier in the background.

Taliban militia's weapon

One of the Afghan Taliban opens fire on a squad of US Marines with unidentified gun in "Shape-Shifters" (S1E10). It is impossible to say exactly what kind of weapon it is, one can only assume that judging by the single shooting and long range, this is a Soviet or Russian-made sniper rifle, such as a SVD or Mosin Nagant.

Taliban starts shooting.

Tokarev SVT-40

A soldier in a tank crew helmet named Maxim (voiced by uncredited actor) and another Soviet soldier armed with SVT-40 rifles in "Secret War" (S1E18). The rifle is also seen on Malenchenko's horse.

Tokarev SVT-40 - 7.62x54mmR
Maxim with SVT-40 approaches the dead village.
Maxim and another soldier before entering the house.
Maxim raises his rifle with classic Soviet "URAAAA".
Maxim during the final battle.

Unknown AR-15

Another AR-15 with rounded handguard, ACOG scope and HK E1 stock is seen next the dead Marine in "Shape-Shifters" (S1E10).

The rifle is seen next to the body.

Württembergisch Musket M1857

What appears to be a Württembergisch Musket M1857 of one of the German soldiers is seen stuck in the jelly after being attacked by a gelatin gun in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17).

Württembergisch Musket M1857 - .54
The gun is seen stuck in jelly in the trenches.

Shotguns

Double Barreled Shotgun

In "The Dump" (S1E09) Dave Dvorchackhave (also known as "Ugly Dave") points a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun at city inspector (voiced by Gary Cole) during the first meeting. After that, the gun can be seen near the Dave's chair. In flashback, Dave grabs the gun when Pearly comes running screaming. After that, he points DBS at dump monster.

Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
Dave points a shotgun at inspector. At this moment a sound of moving a sliding handguard is heard, which is incorrectly for a double-barreled shotgun.
The gun is seen next to Dave when he reads the relocation documents.
Close-up of Dave's shotgun.
The shotgun fell to the ground after Dave's shot.
Ugly Dave with his shotgun.
He aims a gun at a dump monster.

FABARM STF 12 Short Initial

In "Suits" (S1E04), Helen (voiced by Courtenay Taylor) brings the FABARM STF 12 Short Initial with wooden handguard and pistol grip at farm. She reloads and kills several DeeBees while saving Beth.

FABARM STF 12 Short Initial - 12 gauge
The shotgun is seen in Helen's car.
Helen pulls a shotgun out of the car.
Helen with her shotgun.
Helen reloads the FABARM.
Helen runs out onto the porch with a shotgun when she hears the approaching DeeBees.
Helen reloads the shotgun again after killing DeeBee. Note the FABARM trigger guard, handstop and 12 gauge shell with deer

Vague Shotgun

Flynn's mercenaries in "Sucker Of Souls" (S1E05) have a pump action shotgun in their arsenal. It is impossible to accurately determine the model due to the peculiarities of the drawing. Gary takes it and, along with the others, shoots Dracula.

For comparison: Winchester Model 1300 with extended tube - 12 gauge
For comparison: Mossberg 500 with high-capacity magazine tube - 12 gauge
The shotgun in mercenary arsenal. Note that the stock of the shotgun is pointed much lower.
Gary swaps his P90 for a shotgun and shoots Dracula with others. Note that the stock is positioned normally at this time. Also on the receiver is seen what appears to be a Picatinny rail.
She rejoices after a successful shot.

Machine Guns

Browning M2

A Browning M2HB is fired from a Marine Humvee in "Shape-Shifters" (S1E10). Several Humvees with Brownings are seen at the military base. The Boeing B-29 Superfortress also has several Browning machine gun turrets in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17).

Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG
Close-up of a Browning muzzle after a little burst.
Another close-up of the muzzle of a machine gun after the destruction of the Taliban machine gun point.
Humvee with a machine gun at a military base...
...and several other Humvee's in the background.
The same cars are also seen at night, when the Marines prepare to go to the Watchtower position.
Several Humvees with machine guns are visible in the general frame of the base.

Degtyaryov DP-28

Private Kaminsky (voiced by Bruce Thomas) uses a DP-28 machine gun in "Secret War" (S1E18).

Degtyaryov DP-28 machine gun - 7.62x54mm R
Kaminsky with the MG on his back in the background.
He shoots during the first battle.
Kaminsky heroically restrains the approaching ghouls.

General Dynamics M197 Vulcan (visually modified)

The General Dynamics M197 Vulcans are mounted on military transport aircraft in "Lucky 13" (S1E13). Cutter uses it in pursuit of enemy fighters and to cover the evacuating Marines.

General Dynamics M197 Vulcan - 20x102mm
The M197 mounted on Marine's military transport aircraft
On the left, barrels are better seen.
Lucky 13's mounted Vulcan firing.

M242 Bushmaster chaingun

What appears to be a twin-mounted M242 Bushmaster chaingun is mounted on Cutter's dropship in "Lucky 13" (S1E13). She uses this by shooting stone pillars to make obstacles for enemy planes.

M242 Bushmaster Chain Gun - 25x137mm
The turret with a M242 Bushmaster extends from the roof of the cockpit...
...and opens fire on the T-28 fighter and stone pillars.
Cutter shoots incoming enemies with turret, giving the Marines time to evacuate.
Noticing a detachment of enemies from the side, Cutter turns the gun and continues to fire.

Maxim MG08

A Maxim MG08s are mounted on the A7V heavy tank in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17), but they are poorly visible.

Maxim MG08 on Schlittenlafette 08 mount - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The A7V with MGs in the background.

Minigun Turrets

Hank and Beth's farm in "Suits" (S1E04) has several turrets with twin miniguns and a laser sights. Beth activates this when the situation gets out of control.

The turret, disguised in a tank.
Another turret.
The turrets on the farm shoot the remaining DeeBees.
Close-up of a firing turret.

Fictional Rotary Guns

In "Blindspot" (S1E15), when the cyborgs kill the guards, Sui climbs onto the roof and then the turrets with miniguns are activated, about which Bob (voiced by Chris Cox) forgot to warn the crew.

Four turrets on the roof of the train.

Mk 46 Mod 0

What appers to be a Mk 46 Mod 0 with an ACOG sight is carried by a one of the US Marines in Afghanistan in "Shape-Shifters" (S1E10).

Mk 46 Mod 0 - 5.56x45mm
The Marine with MG hides after the start of the shooting
Another shot.

Grenades & Explosives

C4 Explosives

Flynn's mercenaries in "Sucker Of Souls" (S1E05) have a C4 explosive in their arsenal. Gary sets up an explosive in the room where they were hiding. And after escaping, she blows it up, which kills Dracula.

The C4 Explosives in mercenary arsenal.
Gary plants the bomb.
Dracula notices С4 at the last second.

Molotov Cocktail

Flynn's mercenaries in "Sucker Of Souls" (S1E05) have a Molotov cocktail in their arsenal, but they never used it. In "When the Yogurt Took Over" (S1E06) one of the rioters throws a Molotov cocktail at the riot squad.

The Molotov Cocktail in mercenary arsenal.
In a news report, rioter throws a Molotov cocktail.

Fictional Bomb

A cyborg crew use fictional bombs to heist a train in "Blindspot" (S1E15). Rookie (voiced by Aaron Himelstein) and Sui (voiced by Carlos Alazraqui) install several bombs on the guard car by mechanical hands on their cars.

Sui plants a bomb.
Close-up of a bomb.

RGD-33 stick grenade

Some Soviet soldiers, including Private Kaminsky and Maxim, have a RGD-33 stick grenades on their belts in "Secret War" (S1E18).

RGD-33 high-explosive fragmentation stick grenade.
The grenade is visible on the Kaminsky belt.
The grenade is visible on the belt.
It is better seen when Kaminsky hits the ghoul with a machine gun.
Maxim throws a grenade into a crowd of ghouls.
Kaminsky again does not use a grenade, preferring a sapper shovel.

Other

57 mm Anti-Tank Gun M1943 (ZiS-2)

The ZiS-2 Anti-Tank Gun is installed on a Germany's Super Tank in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17).

The artillery in the background.

A7V Heavy Tank

A A7V heavy tank with mounted Maxim MG08 and 5.7 cm Maxim-Nordenfelt is visible on the battlefields of the World War I in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17).

The A7V in the background.

American Artillery

What appears to be a fictional cartoonized artillery (or tank) is seen on the American part of the trenches in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17).

The artillery in the background.

Boeing B-29 Superfortress

After winning World War I, Boeing B-29 Superfortress with Browning M2 turrets and M2 Cannons drops a bomb on Berlin in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17).

The bomb flies to Berlin.

Fictional Anti-Aircraft Missile Launcher

Enemies of the Marines use the fictional Anti-Aircraft missile launcher to shoot down the "Lucky 13" Dropship in "Lucky 13" (S1E13). The Lucky's onboard computer calls the missile "M-42".

The anti-aircraft squad in position preparing to shoot down a dropship.
The enemies are deploying the AA launcher again to smoke Cutter out from the dropship. Perhaps this is the same launcher from which the plane was shot down.

Hitler's Robot from the Future

In the midst of a gunfight between the two time travel teams in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17), a red robot appears and burns both squads (friendly fire is bad) and then shoots the skeletons with two four-barreled machine guns. As it turns out, Hitler himself was the operator of the robot, but from the future, and touching the 1908 version of himself leads to a space-time paradox.

After a spectacular appearance, Hitler burns time travelers...
..and shoots their skeletons.

"Lucky 13" Dropship

After two crews on the Dropship #13-02313 are lost in "Lucky 13" (S1E13), other Marines become superstitious and give the unlucky ship to rookie Lt. "Cutter" Colby (voiced by Samira Wiley). Cutter flies twenty missions without casualty; under her charge, the ship is renowned as "Lucky 13". On one mission, the ship fails, but all its occupants survive. The troops evacuate as Cutter occupies enemy combatants; when overwhelmed, Cutter sets 13 to self-destruct to kill many enemy troops it can. After reaching the trench, Cutter watches as the ship does not detonate until enemy troops take over, where 13 takes them all down with her. To control the transport, two pilots are needed (Chief Warrant Officer Lee (voiced by Daisuke Tsuji) was the co-pilot of Cutter). There is a large compartment behind the cockpit where the soldiers and weapon rack are accommodated. It is known that the aircraft is equipped with video cameras on wings, cockpit, in front and cargo, through which the viewer, as it were, "observes with the eyes" of the "Lucky 13". The panel located in the cargo has a self-destruct function. The dropship also has weapons: what appears to be a M242 Bushmaster chaingun on the roof of the cockpit, visually modified General Dynamics M197 Vulcan and сhaff countermeasures, which the Cutter uses to destroy an enemy fighters. Fun fact that Lucky 13's data plate indicates that it is a Sikorsky UH-80S manufactured in September of 2077 in Valencia, California, USA.

After an unsuccessful flight, "Lucky 13" returned to base for refitting
The "Lucky 13" and two same MTAs.
The Lucky uses сhaff countermeasure.
The "Lucky 13" at the base after a successful mission.
The last seconds of Dropship #13-02313 before self-destruct.

Nuclear Weapon of the Intelligent Rat Civilization

After the complete destruction of humanity by a huge asteroid in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17), intelligent rats built their civilization "with ideal democracy". However, world politics deteriorate, leading to a nuclear war that completely destroys the Earth. Again.

The command post from where missiles are launched. Note that activation requires two keys.
And the new Earth is looks like this.

Russian Gelatin Gun

In "Alternate Histories" (S1E17), it becomes known that the Russian Empire has a huge gelatin cannon, which killed all the revolutionaries.

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Silo Autocannon

Besides the turrets, Hank and Beth's farm in "Suits" (S1E04) is armed with a large autocannon disguised in the silo. Beth activates this when a giant DeeBee appears from the portal.

The roof expands, and the autocannon moves from there.
The cannon after the first shot.
Fatal shot for giant DeeBee.

Soviet explosives

Corporal Pogodin sets explosives in the ghouls' den while Okhchen covers him in "Secret War" (S1E18). Zakharov also gives the order to Maxim and Oleg to mine the cliff, where the five heroes will fight the ghouls. In the midst of the battle, Maxim reaches the detonator, but does not have time to activate it, dying from the ghouls. The mortally wounded Zakharov, scaring off the ghouls with a flare, activates the detonator.

Pogodin connects the last wires.
Maxim tries to activate the bomb but dies.
Zakharov activates the detonator.

Petlyakov Pe-8 bomber

Malenchenko handed over the coordinates of the ghouls' den to the major in "Secret War" (S1E18) and after that, the command decided to arrange a bombing.

Ghouls spot many planes in the sky.
And the bombardment begins to the sound of the balalaika.

"T-28" Fighters

The enemies of the Marines use fictional "T-28" Fighters to chase Cutter's dropship in "Lucky 13" (S1E13). Jets have blue beam missiles and blue laser machine guns. When the Lucky 13 runs out of ammunition and only one T-28 is left on the tail, Cutter hovers over it and uses countermeasures, burning the pilots and detonating the plane.

One of the fighters fires a rocket when Cutter waits for Private First Class Nelson (voiced by uncredited actor).
Another fighter during air combat. Note the twin laser machine gun.
The on-board computer detects the threat.
The T-28 firing at Dropship.
The close-up of the cockpit of a fighter jet one second before the fire...
...and after that, the plane crashes and explodes.

World War I Fighter

British fighter crashes on the battlefields of the World War I in "Alternate Histories" (S1E17).

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Wrist mounted cyborg's guns

Hawk (voiced by Brian Bloom) and Sui have cannons mounted on their hands. They use them during a train robbery in "Blindspot" (S1E15).

The Hawk's gun.
And the Sui's gun. The muzzle is similar to Mk 19 Grenade Launcher.

Farmer's Mechs

In "Suits" (S1E04), the community of farmers-colonists uses special mechs to fight the local fauna. Their detailed armament will be described below.

Frank's Mech

Hank's Mech is a humanoid robot with a cabin with operator on its chest. Attached to the cabin are two "arms" used both in farming and in combat. The mech is equipped with two General Dynamics M197 Vulcan, two automatic cannons called "shotguns" and a flamethrower.

Overview of Hank's Mech.

General Dynamics M197 Vulcan

First, Hank (voiced by Neil Kaplan) activates two General Dynamics M197 Vulcan and uses it to shoot DeeBees until they run out of ammo.

General Dynamics M197 Vulcan - 20x102mm
The unfolded machine guns ready for battle.
The barrels of M197 Vulcans after the first kill of DeeBee. It is strange that the barrels heated up so quickly, considering that it did not heat up during intense firing afterwards.
Firing.

Hank's "Shotgun"

The massive gun, called Hank a "Shotgun", used by him after the minigun. The weapon looks like a tank cannon with metal "fingers", sticking out in all directions. It fired high-explosive rounds.

This screen showing the status of the cartridges. When the minigun runs out of ammo, Hank switches weapons.
When the minigun folds into the lower arm, the limb transforms into a "Shotgun".
Explosion after firing "shotgun".

Hank's Flamethrower

Hank uses flamethrower when he runs out of ammo in his main weapons.

Hank uses a flamethrower in the final moments of the fight.
Hank fights giant DeeBee with a flamethrower.

Jake's Mech

Jake's Mech is a humanoid robot with a round cabin and two "arms". Intimidating patterns are visible across the entire surface of the mech, and a wired railgun is located on the operator's cab roof. On the "arms", which are hydraulic pistons, two GE M134 Minigun with a massive under-barrel drum mounted are installed. It is also known that the mech is powered by nuclear batteries that can be detonated in a critical situation.

Overview of Jake's Mech.
Jake's mech during the fight. Unlike Hank, Jake uses all weapons at once. Note the pictures.

GE M134 Minigun

Jake (voiced by Scott Whyte) uses two GE M134 Minigun with a massive under-barrel drum throughout the all fight, shooting off hundreds of DeeBees, giving the others the opportunity to get to the bunker.

Airsoft handheld M134 Minigun with 'Chainsaw grip' - (fake) 7.62x51mm NATO
Phalanx CIWS, note the drum and the ammunition belt.
Jake's mech shoots Deebees with miniguns.
Close-up of the miniguns. Note that the fire flies out from the center of the barrel block, and not a specific barrel.
Jake's mech strides towards the portal, brandishing miniguns.

"P-50 Railgun"

Jake uses the railgun at the same time as the miniguns. The shots look like a powerful pink beam, burning out the ranks of DeeBees. One of them jumps on top of the Mech and disables the weapon.

Jake kills a bunch of DeeBees with a railgun.
The deadly ray burns through dozens of DeeBees.
Another railgun shot.
DeeBee finds the Mech's Achilles heel and gnaws at the wires connected to the railgun. It is worth noting that it was a rather stupid decision to place the wires in such an open place.

Mech's self destruction

As it was written above, Jake's Mech is equipped with a self-destruct button for nuclear batteries. After DeeBees overturned Jake's Mech, he decides to commit suicide by killing as many DeeBees as possible.

Jake pushes the button...
... and this is followed by a nuclear explosion.

Crazy Mel's Mech

Crazy Mel's Mech is a massive cabin with four legs. On the roof of the cabin there is a multiple rocket launcher and two "arms" with miniguns.

Overview of Crazy Mel's Mech.

Eight-Barreled Miniguns

Crazy Mel (voiced by Tudi Roche) uses two unknown miniguns as his main weapon

Close-up shot of miniguns.
Firing.
Crazy Mel crush DeeBee with a minigun.

Crazy Mel's Multiple Rocket Launcher

Crazy Mel launches rockets when hundreds of DeeBees emerge from the portal. She also launches missiles several times later.

Crazy Mel activates launcher.
The volley.
One of the rockets falls to the ground. Here you can see that the rockets do not work on touch, but have a timer.
Another rocket volley.

See Also

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