New Dominion Tank Police
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The following weapons were used in the OVA New Dominion Tank Police:
Safari Arms M1911
One of the confiscated weapons seen in the first episode is a Safari Arms M1911.
IMI Desert Eagle
Brenten keeps an IMI Desert Eagle hanging above his desk.
Charles Brenten (whose last name is a reference to the Bren Ten pistol) uses a custom 8 inch, stainless steel Colt Python revolver known as "The Castigator". It boast a wide range of custom features, including custom frame contours, texturing on the front of the trigger-guard, a custom barrel weight and compensator, and a ring hammer. Oddly, the revolver is drawn as being built from a Smith & Wesson Model 66 during the opening credits, as denoted by the S&W-style cylinder release.
Mueller uses a SIG P228 in Act 5.
Claridge Hi-Tec S9
The Puma sisters are briefly seen carrying a pair of matching Claridge Hi-Tec S9 pistols in Act 5, both of which have extended silver barrels.
Colt MK IV Series 80 Combat Elite
One of the embassy bodyguards in Act 6 uses a Colt MK IV Series 80 Combat Elite.
The criminal in the first episode uses an unidentified handgun to hold a restaurant owner hostage.
An M1911-esque pistol and the grip of a revolver can be seen in the bag of confiscated weapons in the police office.
This reoccurring design is first seen in Act 1, where it is outfitted with a sound suppressor, and then is featured more prominently in Act 4. The design draws heavily from the S&W 39 series pistols.
Members of the Newport Police Department are armed with an unidentified type of revolver.
Charon, Leona's old partner, uses this handgun during a flashback sequence in Act 2.
Leona Ozaki's weapon of choice is a MAC-11 submachine gun chambered for .380 ACP/9mm Short. She occasionally uses non-lethal "stun rounds" (likely rubber bullets) to subdue criminals. Another MAC-11 is seen during Act 2 in the hands of a criminal during a flashback sequence.
A Steyr TMP can be seen among the confiscated weapons in the first episode.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
One of he criminals in Act 1 uses a H&K MP5K with a ridiculously large sound suppressor. Another MP5K in the same configuration is seen in Act 4. A single unmodified MP5K is seen in Act 5 in the hands of one of the Mayor's bodyguards.
Several AK-47 rifles can be seen throughout the series. At least one of these rifles belongs to the Tank Police Squad. More AK-47s can be seen in Act 5 in the hands of various criminals during a crime wave.
A discarded AKMS can be seen at a crime scene in Act 5.
Nam is seen cleaning several Seburo MN-23 rifles. Another MN-23 makes a brief appearance in Act 4 in the hands of a criminal. The MN-23 was originally designed by Masamune Shirow as a commissioned design for Poseidon.co.jp (a manufacturer of replica resin kits of anime and manga weapons) as a cosmetic upgrade for the then-new electric airsoft version of the FAMAS assault rifle produced by Tokyo Marui. The original "backstory" of the gun specifies that it was intended as a less-than-lethal police riot control weapon, but since then has been used on multiple occasions (usually in adaptations of Shirow's manga) as a 5.56x45mm assault rifle. New Dominion Tank Police is the first instance of the MN-23 making an appearance as an actual assault rifle as opposed to a riot-control weapon.
During Act 3, several Newport City Police Officers are seen using a fictitious bullpup rifle. The weapons aesthetic design seems to be primarily inspired by the Mossberg Bullpup shotgun.
Heckler & Koch HK33A3
A single police officer can be seen with a Heckler & Koch HK33A3 with a 40 round magazine in Act 6.
The MPs at the air base in Act 6 use a fictional assault rifle.
One of he criminals in the first episode uses this fictional fully automatic shotgun. The weapon is fed from a drum magazine and has a heat shield covering the barrel.
Leona's tank Bonaparte is equipped with a M61 Vulcan as a secondary weapon, mounted at the rear of the vehicle.
In Act 5, a bank robber can be seen carrying a MG42.
One of he criminals in the first episode uses a M79 grenade launcher.
A criminal in Act 1 uses a fictional rocket launcher design that appears to have been inspired by the iconic RPG-7.
In contrast with the previous listing, a particularly dimwitted criminal in Act 4 uses an actual RPG-7, fitted with a PGO-7 scope.
Unidentified Long Guns
In Act 6, Nam is seen cleaning an assortment of shotguns and/or rifles, all of which are drawn with too low detail to make any positive IDs.