New Dominion Tank Police

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New Dominion Tank Police (1993)

New Dominion Tank Police is a 6 part OVA based on the 1985 manga series Dominion: Tank Police written by Masamune Shirow (creator of Ghost in the Shell, Black Magic M-66 and Appleseed).


The following weapons were used in the OVA New Dominion Tank Police:

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Handguns

Safari Arms M1911

One of the confiscated weapons seen in the first episode is a Safari Arms M1911.

Safari Arms M1911 - .45 ACP
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IMI Desert Eagle

Brenten keeps an IMI Desert Eagle hanging above his desk.

Magnum Research Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum.
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"the Castigator"

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.

Stainless Steel Colt Python - .357 Magnum
Smith & Wesson Model 66 - .357 Magnum
Brenten loads "The Castigator" during the opening credits. Note the S&W cylinder release latch.
A closeup of "The Castigator" during the opening credits.
"But ya' haven't gotta cyborg head, have ya', punk?"
Brenten loads a single round into "The Castigator". Note the port vents in the barrel weight
Brenten snaps the cylinder shut on his revolver, note the texturing and the ring hammer, as well as the signature Colt cylinder release.
"Ah'm ah gonna' unleash mah' Castigator."

SIG P228

Mueller uses a SIG P228 in Act 5.

SIG-Sauer P228 - 9x19mm
Mueller uses his P228 to take a diplomat hostage.
The diplomat identifies himself while Mueller threatens him with a P228.
Mueller's P228

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.

Claridge Hi-Tec S9 Pistol - 9mm
Anna and Uni with their S9 pistols.

Colt MK IV Series 80 Combat Elite

One of the embassy bodyguards in Act 6 uses a Colt MK IV Series 80 Combat Elite.

Colt MK IV Series 80 Combat Elite - .45 ACP
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Unidentified Handguns

The criminal in the first episode uses an unidentified handgun to hold a restaurant owner hostage.

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An M1911-esque pistol and the grip of a revolver can be seen in the bag of confiscated weapons in the police office.

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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.

An assassin with the suppressed handgun.
"I'm sorry, ladies, but I'm afraid I'm gonna' hafta' terminate your engagement." The criminal aims his handgun at the Puma sisters.
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Members of the Newport Police Department are armed with an unidentified type of revolver.

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Charon, Leona's old partner, uses this handgun during a flashback sequence in Act 2.

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Submachine Guns

MAC-11

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.

RPB Industries M11A1 - .380 ACP
Leona grabs her MAC-11 during the opening sequence. Note the box labeled "9mm SHORT".
Leona fires her MAC-11 during the opening credits.
A pissed-off Leona threatens a suspect with her MAC-11
A fugitive fires his MAC-11 at Leona.
"...and I'd prefer that you not give yourselves up quietly, that way I get to shoot you all!"

Steyr TMP

A Steyr TMP can be seen among the confiscated weapons in the first episode.

Steyr TMP 9x19mm
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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.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
The MP5K as seen in Act 1
Another suppressed MP5K (far left)
The Mayor's bodyguard with his MP5K


Rifles

AK-47

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.

AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
The Tank Police Squad's AK-47 hangs above Brenten's desk.
Nam offers Brenten the Kalashnikov
An overly-conspicuous bank robber with his AK-47
A pair of Kalashnikovs lie discarded at a crime scene.

AKMS

A discarded AKMS can be seen at a crime scene in Act 5.

AKMS - 7.62x39mm
A pair of Kalashnikovs lie discarded at a crime scene.

Seburo MN-23

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 5.56mm 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.

MN-23 - 5.56x45mm
Nam cleaning the MN-23s
A criminal aims his MN-23 at the Puma sisters

Bullpup Rifle

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.

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Heckler & Koch HK33A3

A single police officer can be seen with a Heckler & Koch HK33A3 with a 40 round magazine in Act 6.

HK33A3 - 5.56x45mm
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Security Rifle

The MPs at the air base in Act 6 use a fictional assault rifle.

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Shotguns

Full-Auto Shotgun

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.

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Machine Guns

M61 Vulcan

Leona's tank Bonaparte is equipped with a M61 Vulcan as a secondary weapon, mounted at the rear of the vehicle.

GE M61 Vulcan - 20mm Cannon
Bonaparte during the opening sequence with the Vulcan visible at the rear.
Leona fires Bonaparte's M61 Vulcan

MG42

In Act 5, a bank robber can be seen carrying a MG42.

MG42 with bipod extended - 7.92mm Mauser
Does his outfit remind you of anything?

Other

M79

One of he criminals in the first episode uses a M79 grenade launcher.

M79 grenade launcher - 40mm
A criminal fires his M79 grenade launcher

Fictional RPG

A criminal in Act 1 uses a fictional rocket launcher design that appears to have been inspired by the iconic RPG-7.

In Act 1, a criminal aims an RPG at a Newport Police squad car.

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.

RPG-7 40mm with PG-7VM rocket and PGO-7 scope
The thug aims his RPG-7, as his boss realizes that the warehouse they're in is filled with (very flammable) flour dust.
A closeup of the RPG-7's trigger assembly

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.

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