Steins;Gate 0

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Steins;Gate 0
SG0 BR-DVD cover English.jpg
Blu-Ray/DVD cover
Country JAP.jpg Japan
Language Japanese
Creator Kenichi Kawamura
Genre Science Fiction, Thriller
Broadcast April 12, 2018 –
September 27, 2018
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 23 + 1 OVA
Main Cast
Character Actor

Steins;Gate 0 is a 2018 animated series by White Fox, based on the visual novel by 5pb. It is a sequel to the 2011 anime Steins;Gate, but takes place just before the ending of that series. A few months after failing to prevent scientist Kurisu Makise's murder, university student Rintaro Okabe gives up his 'mad scientist' persona and time-travel experiments to continue living with his childhood friend Mayuri Shiina, resigned to the beta world-line. But when a foreign university unveils an AI based on the late Kurisu's memories, and sinister forces conspire to capture the secret time machine hidden in Akihabara, Okabe is forced to resume his traumatic time-travelling efforts to reach the titular world-line and prevent World War III.

The following weapons were used in the anime series Steins;Gate 0:



Glock 17

The Glock is the most common handgun seen throughout the series, wielded by several characters.

Glock 17 - 9x19 Parabellum.
An assailant holds the Glock to Okabe's head.
Future freedom fighter Suzuha holds her Glock during a standoff.
A Stratfor operative holds his Glock to Mayuri's head.
A terrified Stratfor operative's Glock runs dry at his worst possible moment.
Close-up of a dropped Glock.
Suzuha gets shot with a Glock at point-blank range.

Unknown Pistol

Unknown pistols are used by most of the masked assailants in episode 8.

The masked assailant with goggles holds a small pistol on Kagari.

Assault Rifles


Suzuha uses an AK-47 during a flashback in the future.

AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
The AK-47 slung on a young Suzuha's back.
Suzuha fires her AK-47 at a hostile drone, destroying it and avenging her mother.


An AKS-74U is used by a masked assailant in episode 8.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
The assailant aims his AKS-74U at the group.

FN F2000

SERN soldiers in 2036 use the FN F2000 as their standard rifle in episode 20.

FN F2000 - 5.56x45mm NATO
SERN soldiers hold their F2000s on Okabe after he awakens into the future.
SERN soldiers fire their F2000s at the resistance.

Howa Type 89-F

Japan Ground Self-Defence Force (JGSDF) soldiers are seen with their standard-issue Howa Type 89 assault rifles.

Howa Type 89-F assault rifle for paratroopers- 5.56x45mm NATO
JGSDF soldiers patrol the streets of Akihabara following the attack by Stratfor.
A close-up of the rifle's receiver.

IMI CTAR-21 Tavor

Future resistance fighter Luka uses a CTAR-21 carbine in 2036.

CTAR-21 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Luka fires his Tavor at the SERN soldiers.


The main rifle of the Stratfor operatives sent to capture the time machine in Akihabara is the M16. It has the handguard of the A2/A4 variants, but fires in full-auto like the A1. For some reason, the rifle is not drawn as accurately or as consistently as the other weapons.

M16A1 with A2 handguards - 5.56x45mm NATO
A Stratfor operative holds his M16 on Suzuha.
Suzuha fires the M16 she stole from said operative.
The other operatives open fire on her with their rifles.
Kagari buttstrokes an operative so hard the stock actually bends.
An enraged Kagari prepares to execute the last Stratfor operative.

OTs-14 Groza

Several operatives, presumably Russians, fire OTs-14 Groza carbines in episode 10.

OTs-14 Groza - 9x39mm
The operatives firing their Grozas.

Machine Guns

GE M134 Minigun

An Apache attack helicopter sent by Stratfor is armed with door-mounted M134 miniguns and missiles. A miniature version is also seen mounted on the drone that killed Suzuha's mother in a flashback to her future timeline.

M134 Minigun with a mounted stand.
The door gunner firing the minigun.
The drone fires its miniature minigun.

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