Survival Game Club!
From top to bottom, left to right; Maya Kyodo, Kaya Gotokushi, Mio Ootori, Momoka Sonokawa, and Urara Kasogano. (July 06, 2014 - September 21, 2014)
Survival Game Club! (JPN さばげぶっ! Sabagebu!) is a comedy action anime released on July, 2014. The anime follows Momoka Sonokawa, a recent transfer student to the all-girl Aogiri Academy High School. She stumbles across a girl called Mio Ootori on a train ride to school, who protected Momoka from a molestor. Curious about her wild act, Momoka followed Mio at school to discover she is a president of the Survival Game Club! in Aogiri, a club based on the airsoft sport. After (forcibly) signing up for the club, Momoka's life change when she tags along Mio and the other club members; Maya Kyodo, Kaya Gotokushi, and Urara Kasogano, in the club activities of hilarious survival games and airsofting.
Note: As the narrator says several times in the anime, the shootouts in Survival Game Club are the wild imaginations of the girls; hence the airsoft guns firing real bullets and ejecting real casings (and people bleeding after getting shot).
The following weapons were used in the anime series Survival Game Club!:
Momoka uses a Beretta M9 as her main weapon.
Mio show Momoka a M9 pistol. Note the detailed trademarks. (Ep.1)
Momoka holding the M9. (Ep.1)
Momoka with the M9 in a playing field. (Ep.1)
Momoka aims her M9 at Kaya. (Ep.2)
Momoka with her M9 while the narrator describes the entire scene as a homage to some "Hollywood firefights".(Context:Momoka's M9 clicked empty, but the slide was not pulled back to indicate so, like in the movies!)
Momoka with her M9 during a yakuza-esque fight over a seat. (Ep.6)
Momoka with her M9 lamenting that she avenged her fallen teammates...which the narrator then corrects by saying she killed three of them. (Ep.10)
Urara Kasogano dual-wields automatic Glock 26Cs as her side arm. It is not a Glock 18C as shown by the model's shorter hand grip and barrel. The Glock 26 is a real gun, however the fully automatic version does not exist and is only a variant manufactured by the airsoft companies KWA, KSC, and WE-tech.
Glock 26C - 6mm BBs
Urara's Glock seen in the opening sequence.
Urara's Glock 26Cs in her holster. Here we can see some magazine grip extensions and the short hand grip, confirming that it is indeed a Glock 26C. (Ep.1)
Urara takes out her Glock 26s. (Ep.1)
Urara reloads her Glock 26s. (Ep.1)
Urara dual-wielding her Glock 26s. (Ep.5)
Urara with her Glock 26s. (Ep.7)
Urara's two Glock 26s. (Ep.11)
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
Mio dual-wields chrome Desert Eagle Mark XIXs as her sidearms. She has special reloaders for her Desert Eagle within her sleeves.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX with brushed chrome finish - .50 AE
Mio points her Desert Eagle at a train molester. In the following shot, the hammer is down. (Ep.1)
Mio dual-wielding her Desert Eagles alongside Momoka. (Ep.1)
Mio dual-wielding her Desert Eagles. (Ep.1)
Mio cleaning her Desert Eagles. (Ep.4)
Mio points her Desert Eagle at Momoka. (Ep.5)
Mio on a bike with her Desert Eagle. (Ep.9)
Mio aims her Desert Eagle at an invisible opponent. (Ep.10)
Momoka with Mio's Desert Eagle in Shibuya. (Ep.11)
Mio aims her dual Desert Eagle at the "National Survival Game Club". Note the trademarks. (Ep.12)
Mio faces of with the leader of the "National Survival Game Club" with her dual Desert Eagles. (Ep.12)
Heckler & Koch USP
A H&K USP can be seen in the Military Shop.
The USP on the left most pillar. (Ep.1)
The owner of the Military Shop wields an AMT Hardballer
AMT Hardballer II - .45 ACP
The Military Shop owner with his Hardballer. (Ep.1)
Momoka picks up a Mauser C96 with a box magazine in the Military Shop, but couldn't use it due to the current legislation. Platy also acquires a C96 pistol to fend off the Survival Game Club in Episode 11.
Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Momoka with a C96. (Ep.1)
Platy acquires a C96 from an elderly woman. (Ep.11)
Nambu Type 14
In Episode 5, the Survival Game Club searches for a Nambu Type 14 model airgun, which Mio claims is a relic. Although it is a late model of the Nambu, the handle shape on the pistol is the early version.
Nambu Type 14 - 8x22mm Nambu
A picture of the Nambu. (Ep.5)
The Nambu in a box. (Ep.5)
Momoka with the Nambu. (Ep.5)
Roselia Haguro, a representative of the Chino Elementary School Survival Game Club has a Walther P38 as her sidearm. A P38 can also be seen in the Military Shop.
A Walther P38 on the wall besides Momoka in the military shop. (Ep.1)
Roselia points a Walther P38 at Momoka. (Ep.3)
Roselia with her Walther P38. Note: Please don't bring guns outside to public like this, even if they are fake.
Roselia cleaning her P38 pistol (Ep.12)
The calender in the Survival Game Club room has a Glock and a Walther PPK/S on it.
Walther PPK/S blued - .380 ACP
A Walther PPK/S on the calender image. (Ep.7)
Remington 1866 Derringer
A Remington 1866 Derringer can be seen in the Military Shop
Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 R.F.
The derringer to the left of Momoka. (Ep.1)
Yakuza members in a film the Survival Game Club was watching were armed with TT-33s.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
The front end of the TT-33. (Ep.6)
Here we can see the back end of the TT-33. (Ep.6)
TM Hi-capa 5.1
Momoka tries out a Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 5.1 in her first try with an airsoft gun.
Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 5.1 - 6mm BBs
Momoka aims down the TM Hi-Capa 5.1 (Ep.1)
FPS view down the Hi-Capa 5.1. (Ep.1)
Momoka with the Hi-capa. (Ep.12)
Colt Single Action Army
A Single Action Army with ivory grips can be found in the Military Shop. One of the elders of a survival game club also has a nickel-plated Single Action Army as a sidearm.
Single Action Army - .45 Long Colt
The SAA to the bottom left of Momoka. (Ep.1)
The SAA in the elder's holster. (Ep.9)
The elderly man draws his SAA in a duel with Mio. (Ep.9)
The officer of the "National Survival Game Club" uses a 2.5 inch barrel Colt Python with his shotgun.
Colt Python - .357 Magnum
The officer of the "National Survival Game Club" with his Python. (Ep.12)
The officer gets the drop on Mio with his Python. (Ep.12)
A Mateba 2006M revolver can be found in the Military Shop.
Mateba Autorevolver - .357 Magnum
The Mateba on the top left of Momoka. (Ep.1)
S&W Model 15
Maya poses with a S&W Model 15 as part of her introduction as a gravure idol.
Maya with her Model 15. (Ep.1)
S&W Model 66
A S&W Model 66 with a 6" barrel can be found in the Military Shop.
The Model 66 just to the right of Momoka. (Ep.1)
S&W Model 500
Momoka's Mom wields a massive 10.5 inch S&W M500 Performance Center revolver with a Micro T1 sight attached. Why she has one is unknown, though it suits her sadistic personality. It is shown capable of destroying objects that the real .500 Magnum round can. The "suspiciously suspicious man" in episode 7 also has a S&W M500.
Smith & Wesson Model 500 (10.5" barrel) with extended ejector shroud, accessory rail, and sling - .500 S&W Magnum
Momoka's mom with her SW500.(Ep.4)
Momoka's mom aims her SW500 at Momoka. (Ep.4)
Momoka's mom gets the drop on Momoka with her SW500, and fires. (Ep.4)
The "Suspiciously suspicious man" with his SW500. (Ep.7)
Momoka's mom with her SW500 as she is fighting against the "National Survival Game Club". (Ep.12)
Kaya dual wields MAC-11s as her weapon of choice. A MAC-11 can also be seen in the Military Shop.
Kaya with her dual MAC-11s. (OP)
The MAC-11 above the AKS. (Ep.1)
Kaya's dual MAC-11s in her holsters. (Ep.1)
Kaya cocks her two MAC-11s using the front sights of the other MAC-11. (Ep.1)
Kaya lays down suppressing fire with her MAC-11s. Note her Jill Valentine cosplay from Resident Evil 3
Kaya fires her MAC-11 at Momoka. (Ep.2)
Kaya aims her MAC-11 at Momoka. (Ep.2)
Kaya with her MAC-11 in Momoka's make-believe story of her sacrificing herself. (Ep.10)
Kaya's two MAC-11s. (Ep.11)
Platy the platypus uses an Uzi on Momoka in Episode 10 when she suggests they sell him (her?) for cash.
Platy fires at Momoka with his Uzi. (Ep.10)
Platy with his Uzi and the aftermath of his firing behind. (Ep.10)
Momoka imagines a Chuck Norris homage with dual Micro Uzis in episode 3.
A Chuck Norris homage with dual Micro Uzis. (Ep.3)
Heckler & Koch MP5A5
A H&K MP5A5 could be seen on a wall in the Military Shop
A MP5A5 on the bottom left corner. Notice the burst fire selection. (Ep.1)
The "National Survival Game Club" main weapon is the Jatimatic SMG.
A whole line of "National Survival Game Club" soldiers with Jatimatic SMGs. (Ep.12)
The "National Survival Game Club" soldiers switch their Jatimatic SMGs to "Fire" mode. (Ep.12)
"National Survival Game Club" soldiers search the Aoigiri Survival Game Club room for their target. (Ep.12)
Two "National Survival Game Club" soldier fire their Jatimatic SMGs at the Survival Game Club members. (Ep.12)
The soldier on the left with a Jatimatic SMG. (Ep.12)
The "Immaculate and Pure Womens University Survival Game Circle" (I&P) are mostly equipped with coyote tan TDI Vectors with micro T1 sights.
TDI / KRISS USA Vector - .45 ACP
A I&P survival game member with her Vector. (Ep.8)
A line-up of the I&P team with their Vectors. (Ep.8)
A I&P member ambushes Momoka with her Vector. (Ep.8)
Two I&P members firing their Vectors. (Ep.8)
A I&P member with her Vector, here we can see the left side of the frame. (Ep.8)
Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion
A Vz.61 Skorpion can be seen in the Military Shop. An elderly man reveals to Platy an armory of Skorpions for use against the Survival Game Club in Episode 11.
Sa. Vz. 61 Skorpion - .32 ACP
The Skorpion right besides Momoka. (Ep.1)
The elder man's armory of Skorpions and magazines. (Ep.11)
Platy fires the Skorpions at the Survival Game Club members. (Ep.11)
The elder man with a whole collection of pre-loaded Skorpions passes them to a crab. (Ep.11)
Platy acquires a M1928 Thompson submachine-gun to fend off the Survival Game Club in Episode 11.
M1928 Thompson with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP
Platy's Thompson and drum ejecting from under the Aogiri school sign. (Ep.11)
Platy loads his Thompson with a drum magazine. (Ep.11)
Platy fires his Thompson at the Survival Game Club. (Ep.11)
A M1A1 Thompson can be seen on a wall in the Military Shop.
The Thompson on the left side. (Ep.1)
Mk. 18 Mod 0
Maya Kyodo uses a Mk. 18 Mod 0 with an EOTech sight as her primary weapon. Maya referred to it as a M4 in Episode 1.
Maya's Mk. 18 in the opening sequence.
Maya with her new Mk. 18. (Ep.1)
Maya reloads her Mk.18 in Momoka's first game. (Ep.1)
Maya aims her Mk.18 at Mio. (Ep.1)
Maya fires her Mk.18 in an "exterminating" mission. (Ep.3)
Maya with her Mk.18 in a Yakuza-esque fight scene. (Ep.6)
Maya scanning the area with her Mk.18. (Ep.8)
Maya with her Mk.18. (Ep.9)
Maya and her Mk.18 on the left. (Ep.12)
Maya prepares to fight the "National Survival Game Club" with her Mk.18. (Ep.12)
The Military Shop Owner has a M16 hanging in the back of his seat.
The barrel of the M16 on the owner's seat. Note the three-prong flash hider (Ep.1)
Here we can see whole body of the M16 in front of the SPAS. (Ep.1)
A FAMAS G1 could be seen on a wall in the Military Shop.
FAMAS SV (Tokyo Marui AEG version of the G1) - (fake) 5.56x45mm NATO
A FAMAS G1 in the middle.(Ep.1)
An Beretta ARX-160 could be seen on a wall in the Military Shop
Beretta ARX-160 - 5.56x45mm
An ARX-160 on the right (Ep.1).
Howa Type 89
During an explanation from Mio in episode 5, JGSDF soldiers are seen with Howa Type 89s. JGSDF soldiers are also seen with the Type 89s as they enforce martial law against a virus in Episode 12.
Two JGSDF soldiers with their Type-89s.(Ep.5)
A JGSDF soldier in the background with his Type 89. (Ep.12)
A JGSDF soldier with his Type 89 at a checkpoint while another soldier searches a man. (Ep.12)
Heckler & Koch HK33
A H&K HK33 can be found in the Military Shop.
The HK33 on the top left. (Ep.1)
Heckler & Koch G36C
Roselia Haguro wields a H&K G36C with a scope and a KV-type buttstock as her main weapon. A regular G36C can also be seen in the "Immaculate and Pure Womens University Survival Game Circle" room.
Heckler & Koch G36C with attached KV-type buttstock - 5.56x45mm
Roselia fires her G36C at Momoka. (Ep.3)
Roselia aims through her G36C scope at a target. (Ep.3)
A view through Roselia's G36C scope. (Ep.3)
Here we get a good overall view of Roseila's G36C. (Ep.3)
The G36C with a normal stockon the left. (Ep.8)
Roselina with her G36C as she is shot by the "National Survival Game Club". (Ep.12)
Heckler & Koch SL8
A marksman in the "Immaculate and Pure Womens University Survival Game Circle" (I&P) is wielding a H&K SL8 as her choice of rifle.
Heckler & Koch SL8 - 5.56x45mm
The I&P marksman with her SL8. (Ep.8)
An AKMS without a muzzle brake could be seen on a wall in the Military Shop.
The AKms on the right. (Ep.1)
Members of the Chino Elementary School Survival Game Club are armed with AKS-74Us with synthetic handguards. An AKS-74U can also be seen in the "Immaculate and Pure Womens University Survival Game Circle" room.
Members of Chino fire their AKS-74Us at Momoka. (Ep.3)
Momoka fires at a Chino member with a AKS-74U. (Ep.3)
The AKS-74U at the bottom right corner. (Ep.8)
Mio carries around a FN SCAR-H whenever she appears in a Navy-SEALS inspired outfit.
Mio walking in a Navy SEALS-inspired loadout and a slung SCAR-H. (Ep.1)
Mio with her slung SCAR-H. Here we can see the 20-round magazine for the SCAR-H. (Ep.1)
Mio with her SCAR-H. (Ep.5)
Mio runs off with her SCAR-H. (Ep.5)
Heckler & Koch G3
A H&K G3 can be found in the Military Shop.
The G3 by Mio at middle left. Here we see the stock and trigger area... (Ep.1)
...and here we see the magazine. (Ep.1)
Arisaka Type 38
In episode 9, one of the elderly survival game member wields a Arisaka Type 38 that he humorously take all episode to bring it up to aim.
Arisaka Type 38 - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
A close-up on the elder's Arisaka. (Ep.9)
Winchester Model 1873 Carbine
In episode 9, one of the elderly survival game member wields a Winchester Model 1873 as his main weapon. The lever is enlarged to allow him to flip-cock the rifle.
Winchester Model 1873 Carbine - 44-40 Cal.
The elder man with his Winchester carbine. (Ep.9)
The elder man face off with Mio with his Model 1873 carbine. (Ep.9)
The elder man holding his Winchester Model 1873 carbine. (Ep.9)
The elder man from Episode 9 fights the "National Survival Game Club" with his Model 1873. (Ep.12)
M249 Paratrooper SAW
In episode 9, one of the elderly survival game member has a M249 Paratrooper SAW mounted on her vehicle. The M249 has a retractable stock, a normal barrel length, and an Elcan optic attached.
The elderly lady on the right with her vehicle-mounted M249. (Ep.9)
The elderly lady firing her M249. (Ep.9)
The elderly lady driving up to Momoka's truck with her M249, which is empty. (Ep.9)
A close-up of the M249 right side. (Ep.9)
In episode 9, one of the elderly survival game member has a Browning M2 mounted on her vehicle via tripod.
The elderly lady on the left with her vehicle-mounted M2 Machine Gun. (Ep.9)
The elderly lady on the back of a truck with the mounted M2. (Ep.9)
The elderly lady with her M2. (Ep.9)
The M2 at the back of the truck. (Ep.9)
In Episode 12, Platy uses a FN GAU-21 on a helicopter to provide machine gun support for the Aogiri Survival club against the "National Survival Game Club".
FN GAU-21 Aircraft Machine Gun - .50 BMG
Platy fires the GAU-21 from a helicopter (Ep.12)
Mio bought herself a Hand-held Minigun at episode 7.
Handheld M134 Minigun - 7.62x51mm NATO
Mio fires her Minigun at some targets. (Ep.7)
Mio aims her Minigun at the "Suspiciously suspicious man". (Ep.7)
Mio fires her Minigun. (Ep.7)
M40A5 Sniper Rifle
A M40A5 sniper rifle can be seen when the narrator gives information on the ghillie suits.
M40A5 sniper rifle - 7.62x51mm NATO
A ghillie suit man with a M40A5 rifle. (Ep.1)
During an explanation from Mio in episode 5, A ghillie sniper is seen with a two-toned coyote tan Barrett M107.
A sniper with a Barrett M107. (Ep.5)
Heckler & Koch PSG-1
A H&K PSG-1 sniper rifle can be seen in the Military Shop. A PSG-1 can also be seen in the "Immaculate and Pure Womens University Survival Game Circle" room.
H&K PSG-1 - 7.62x51mm NATO
The PSG-1 Rifle on the top right corner. (Ep.1)
The PSG-1 Rifle on the left. (Ep.8)
The Military Shop Owner has a SPAS-12 hanging in the back of his seat.
The barrel of a SPAS-12 on the owner's seat. (Ep.1)
Here we can see the hook on the SPAS-12 stock. (Ep.1)
Remington Model 870 Shorty
A Remmington M870 Shorty with a foregrip can be found in the Military Shop.
Remmington M870 Shorty with Foregrip - 12 Gauge
The Shorty M870 with its vertical foregrip on the right. (Ep.1)
Remington 870 MCS Masterkey
A Remington Model 870 in MCS Masterkey configuration is used by the officer of the "National Survival Game Club". He has it equipped with a very redundant-looking scope on the shotgun, though it doesn't seem to affect his performance with it.
Remington 870 MCS Masterkey - 12 Gauge
The officer of the "National Survival Game Club" with his MasterKey and scope. (Ep.12)
The officer fires his MasterKey at the Survival Game Club. (Ep.12)
The officer on boat still firing at the Survival Game Club with his Masterkey. (Ep.12)
The officer of the "National Survival Game Club" with his MasterKey. (Ep.12)
A M1897 can be found in the Military Shop.
Winchester Model 1897 - 12 Gauge
The M1897 on the top left. (Ep.1)
Over and Under Double-barreled Shotgun
A hunter in a mountain village uses a Over and Under Double-barreled shotgun to fend off vermins from the village farm. The Survival Game Club also trains with them in an effort to become hunters.
Browning 5.25 O/U - 12 gauge.
The hunter with his double-barreled O/U shotgun. (Ep.7)
The hunter disassembles his O/U double-barreled shotgun for cleaning. (Ep.7)
The O/U double-barreled shotgun slung over the hunter's shoulder. (Ep.7)
The Survival Game Club trains with some O/U double-barreled shotguns. Here we can get a good look on the left side of the frame. (Ep.7)
Milkor MGL Mk 1L
A MGL Mk. 1L can be found in the Military Shop.
MGL Mk. 1L - 40x46mm Grenades
The MGL by Mio on bottom left. Here we see the rotating cylinder... (Ep.1)
...and here we see the rest of the body. (Ep.1)
Mio uses the CornerShot with her Desert Eagle for her "Kitty Corner Shot" technique.
The CornerShot with a Glock 17 pistol - 9x19mm
Mio with her CornerShot attached to her Desert Eagle. (Ep.3)
Close-up of the CornerShot mechanism. Here we can see it uses the Desert Eagle clearly. (Ep.3)
M67 hand grenade
M67 hand grenades are seen in the ending of each episode as artwork. The Survival Game Club's mascot "Grenadon" is based of a M67 Grenade according to Mio.
The Survival Game Club mascot "Grenadon", made to resemble a M67 Grenade. (Ep.6)
The ending animations with M67 Grenade on the outer frame. (ED)
Platy uses a M136 AT4 rocket launcher in an attempt to fend off the rest of the Survival Game Club in Episode 11. A "National Survival Game Club" soldier uses an AT4 in Episode 12 to shoot down a helicopter Platy was riding in.
The elderly man hands Platy an AT4 launcher. (Ep.11)
Platy prepares to fire the AT4. (Ep.11)
"National Survival Game Club" soldier with the AT4. (Ep.12)