Upotte!! is not just any anime detailing guns, the guns themselves live to tell about it! Upotte!! follows the story of anthropomorphized guns FNC, M16A4, SIG SG 550, and L85A1 (Yes, that's their actual names!) and their adventures in Seishou Academy. The school is divided into three different groups, Sub-machine guns (Elementary School), Assault Rifles (Middle-School), and Battle Rifles (High-school). Their goal in the school is to come out as the most useful weapon there is. Everything in their life proceeds as normal, but sometimes things get a teensy out of control when a human suddenly comes along and have to take responsibility of not just one rifle, but a whole class, bringing along no gun experience whatsoever! This media follows through their life in Seishou Academy and the (mis)adventures the human and guns have together.
The following weapons were used in the anime series Upotte!!:
What appears to be a Glock 26 is depicted in "Sing! Compete!" when the narrator explains the use of red dot sights.
Glock 26 subcompact Pistol - 9x19mm
A Glock 26 being depicted with a red dot sight mounted on the slide over the rear sight. Note that only a rudimentary version of the Glock trademark is seen on the slide. Also note that the artist seems to think Glocks have wood grips
Fabrique Nationale P90 TR
An FN P90 TR is partially seen in "Sing! Compete!".
The FN P90 TR's barrel and picatinny railing is seen on the right side of the picture.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
A Heckler & Koch MP5A2 is shown during a background explanation of 5.56 and 7.62 NATO rounds in "Go for it! Pass it!". An actual MP5A2 is fired by MP in "Wash and Scrub!"
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with "tropical" wide handguard - 9x19mm
You can see the symbolism in here between the elementary, middle and high school students with the firearms they represent.
MP fires the MP5A2 at the shooting range.
The MP5A2 (right) compared to the FNC (left) in regards to the bullets used.
A picture of an Ingram MAC-10 is seen in "Wash and Scrub!" when MP explains why M-10 suddenly stopped talking mid-sentence after a quick-fire non-stop tirade about a classmate. This is a reference to the extremely high rate-of-fire on some MAC-10 variants, which could peak at around 1,200 RPM (though it's mentioned M-10 herself fires at 1,090 RPM).
Ingram MAC-10 open bolt submachine gun - .45 ACP
MP explaining to the Seisho Middle School students why M-10 stopped talking.
A Thompson M1928 with a drum magazine is shown in "Be Afraid! Visit!", which oddly shows Thompson (the elementary school teacher and personification of the Thompson submachine gun) on the cover.
M1928 "Tommy Gun" or "Chicago typewriter" with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP.
Front cover of the book, and it's showing Thompson in her underwear. *Ahem!* This is a nod to the Upotte!! mangas, sharing the exact same cover layout, font, and even the manga's art style, which is noticeably different than the anime.
An MP40 is shown in "Wash and Scrub!" when the narrator explains the background of modern submachine guns.
MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm.
The MP40 as shown in "Wash and Scrub!" with Germany (and most of Western Europe) behind the submachine gun. The stock is folded to the front.
An AK-47 is seen in "Sing! Compete!" when the narrator explains the background behind the conflict between the M16 and the AK-based rifles.
Final Production version of the Type III AK-47 - 7.62x39mm.
An AK-47 as it appears in "Sing! Compete!".
Type I AK-47, hybrid stamped/milled receiver with prototype slab sided magazine - 7.62x39mm
An Type I AK-47 behind the USSR flag. Note the prototype slab sided magazine, which is colored as if it were a bakelite magazine.
An AK-74 is seen in "Burn up! Go Mad!" as the main weapon of 74. A few AK-74s are seen with other students of Red Steel High in "And then! Upotte!".
74 aims the iron sights of the AK-74 at Funco after she engages one of her subordinates at the beach from the bushes.
74 holds the AK-74 while warning a resident to hide due to the upcoming firefight. Note the words S
on the rifle's fire selector, which is not seen in actual AK-74 rifles.
A trio of Red Steel High students wearing masks open fire with AK-74s.
A team of RSH students prepare to ambush Funco at the abandoned strip mall.
74 opens fire at Funco at the deserted shopping mall in "And then! Upotte!".
Closeup of the AK-74 after 74 is unmasked.
An Armalite AR-18 used by 18 (Ichihachi in Japanese) can be seen on the shooting range next to L and Aug in "Grip and Hold!". 18 uses the AR-18 in the jungle wargames in "Sing! Compete!".
Armalite AR-18 - 5.56x45mm
You can partially see the body and barrel of the AR-18 next to L's L85A1 in the shooting range. This shot has a continuity error, as Tei is supposed to be between L and Aug.
18 folds the stock of her AR-18 when the signal is given to start the jungle wargames.
18 with her AR-18 in the showdown between the teams.
A poster illustrates the Bushmaster ACR in "Sing! Complete!" with details on the disassembled parts.
Bushmaster ACR with folding stock, tri-rail handguard, and Magpul MBUS sights - 5.56x45mm NATO.
A poster in Curry's gun shop illustrates a Bushmaster ACR near Sig and Funco.
CETME Model L
A CETME Model L is seen in "Sing! Compete!" wielded by Model. It's also seen in Curly's gun shop, as well as being on the sign for the shop.
CETME Model L - 5.56x45mm
Model moves out to engage any incoming teams in the jungle wargames.
The Model L on Curly's gun shop sign. Note that it doesn't have a magazine.
A Colt M16 is seen in "Sing! Compete!" when the episode shows the evolution of the M16 series and when the narrator explains the origin of the rivalry between M16 and AK rifles.
M16 - 5.56x45mm. The M16 depicted in the show is fitted with the later M16A1 lower receiver.
The M16 on the rightmost part of the picture.
The M16 as depicted in "Wash and Scrub!".
A black and white image of the M16 tossed to the jungle floor in "Graze it! Beat it!!".
A Colt M16A1 can be seen in the second episode when the M16A1 is compared with the A4 in terms of firing rate in "Go for it! Pass it!". A M16A1 is also seen in "Wash and Scrub!" and in "Sing! Compete!".
M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm.
A Vietnam War-era soldier fires the M16A1 on the left while a modern American soldier fires the M16A4.
The M16A1 behind the US flag.
US soldiers armed with M16A1s search the South Vietnamese jungles for enemy combatants.
A M16A1 seen for sale for the cost of 30,000 Yen. On the left is Howa Type 89 (stock is seen only) and on the right is the FN P90 TR.
Colt Model 653
A Colt Model 653 carbine fitted with a 16" sporter barrel is seen in the hands of an American soldier in "Sing! Compete!".
Colt Model 653 modified with a 16" barrel - 5.56x45mm.
A Vietnam War-era American soldier armed with the Model 653.
A Colt M16A2 can be seen in "Sing! Compete!"
A M16A2 as illustrated in an evolution sequence of the M16 series.
A Colt M16A3 (basically a full-auto M16A2) can be seen in "Sing! Compete!".
An M16A3 as illustrated in an evolution sequence of the M16 series.
16 (Ichiroku in Japanese) is the personification of the Colt M16A4 Assault Rifle, first appearing in "Grip and Hold!". Examples of the M16A4 are first seen in "Sing! Compete!". What appears to be M16A4s are seen in a flashback in "Take it! Hurry!". In "Graze it! Beat it!", the chamber of 16's M16A4 becomes fouled due to bad powder, causing the weapon to jam with each round fired, forcing her to use the forward assist after every shot and complain that she's not supposed to be a bolt action rifle.
M16A4 with carry handle attached and standard A2 handguards - 5.56x45mm.
16 with an M16A4. You can see the closeup of the rifle's selector switch.
16 in SD form with her M16A4.
16 prepares her M16A4 for a war game.
A M16A4 outfitted with a suppressor, laser designator, vertical foregrip/flashlight combo, red dot/night vision scope and a dual magazine clip holder during Funco's explanation when a rifle should be light to handle.
Good (somewhat) photo of a M16A4 being stripped down to parts.
16 encounters a jam in her M16A4 during the jungle wargames. Note the ACOG/red dot sight attached in place of the carry handle, which she uses during the wargames.
16's title card. Her image, like Sig, is blocking some of the stats from being seen.
A Colt M4A1 is depicted in "Wash and Scrub!" in the hands of a British SAS soldier during an oral history narration of the L85A1. It has a holographic sight with a magnifying scope.
Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm. Note slight difference in shape of stock compared to older model M4 (above).
A British SAS soldier holding a M4A1 by one hand. The scaling on the weapon is way off being far too large, meaning that in order for the soldier to be able to grip the weapon the pistol grip has been shrunk relative to the rest of the rifle.
L is the personification of the L85A1, first appearing in "Grip and Hold!". She adores Fal and often jams, which is unfortunately true as the British and the Jamaicans (A major user of the L85A1 since 1992) often encountered jamming issues as a major source of discontent for the rifle before Heckler & Koch was able to improve the rifle to bring it the L85A2 standard. The L85A1 appears in "Wash and Scrub!" during a narrator explanation on how the rifle was made.
L85A1 with SUSAT scope - 5.56x45mm NATO.
L in SD form with her L85A1.
L checks her L85A1 with Funco's FNC and 16's M16A4.
Checking the SUSAT scope.
The L85A1 field stripped with major parts disassembled.
L's title card in "Wash and Scrub!"
L gripping the L85A1 in "Take it! Hurry!".
The SUSAT scope view in "Take it! Hurry!".
Improvising by firing the L85A1 after holding the magazine since the magazine release lever was jammed in her previous firefight with 86.
The Enfield L85A2 appears in "Wash and Scrub!" when the narrator explains how the L85A2 was created to handle the defects from the A1 model.
The L85A2 as shown in "Wash and Scrub!". The picture shows that not much modification was visible externally.
A FARA 83, made by Fabrica Militar de Armas Portatiles Domingo Matheu (Domingo Matheu Portable Military Factory), is seen in "Sing! Compete!", wielded by Fara.
Fara armed with the FARA 83 in the jungle wargames while taking cover behind a tree.
Funco is the personification of the FN FNC Assault Rifle, first appearing in "Grip and Hold!". Hilariously, Genkoku first referred to her as the 'girl with the thong', a reference to the fact FN FNC's came with skeleton stocks. The FNC Funco wields appears to be based on the civilian semi-auto version, since it has a sling mount instead of the bayonet lug under the barrel.
Funco's title card halfway through episode one.
Funco about to assault her homeroom teacher for publicly addressing her as the 'girl with the thong'.
Some things are just plain taboo. Like talking about a young girl's underwear choice. Death may occur if said young girl is the personification of an assault rifle.
Funco's FNC with L's L85A1 and 16's M16A4.
Funco loading her FN FNC before engaging her sister in a war game.
You can see the symbolism in here between the elementary, middle and high school students with the firearms they represent.
Funco conducting blind firing with her FNC against Sako in the semi-finals of the jungle wargame arc.
Funco pulling the bolt of the FNC in Genkoku's dormitory in "Be Afraid! Visit!".
GIAT FAMAS G1
A GIAT FAMAS G1 is seen in "Wash and Scrub!" when bullup rifles are explained by the narrator.
A FAMAS G1 next to a Steyr AUG.
Heckler & Koch HK33E
A Heckler & Koch HK33E is used by 33 in "Burn Up! Go Mad!"
Heckler & Koch HK33E 5.56x45mm
33 aiming the HK33E at Sig in the beach.
Howa Type 89-F
The folding stock of a Howa Type 89-F is seen in "Sing! Compete!".
Howa type 89-F 5.56x45mm.
The Howa Type 89-F's folding stock is seen on the bottom-left side of the picture.
Israel Weapon Industries Galil AR
Galil fires an IWI Galil AR in the shooting range alongside Sako. She first appears in "Sing! Compete!".
IMI Galil AR - 5.56x45mm.
Galil firing the Galil AR at a magazine photo of 16 for target practice.
Eyecatch of "Sing! Compete!" with Galil on the left side holding the Galil AR.
Galil with her Galil AR in the showdown between the teams.
Galil makes a run for the enemy flag after she shot down 18.
Galil escorts Sako when the finals start in the jungle wargame arc.
Galil fires her Galil AR to pin down 16 in "Take it! Hurry!".
Kbk wz.88 Tantal
A Polish Kbk wz.88 Tantal, the Polish equivalent of the AK-74, is wielded by a Red Steel High student during the shootout in Atami in the episode "And then! Upote!".
Kbk wz.88 Tantal - 5.45x39mm
The Red Steel High next to Saiga fires the Tantal. You can partially see the metal folding buttstock.
The Red Steel High student fires the Tantal at Sig and 16.
A good view of the RSH student holding the Tantal (Left side) from the back.
Norinco Type 86S
A Norinco Type 86S is used by 86 (or "Type 86") in "And then! Upotte!" as her main weapon with the Red Steel High faction.
Norinco Type 86S (Bullpup AK-47) 7.62x39mm.
You can see the carry handle and the charging handle.
86 searching for L85 in the empty streets of Atami.
Sako Rk95 Tp
A Sako Rk95 Tp is used by Sako as her main assault rifle, appearing first in "Sing! Compete!". She first uses it in "Graze it! Beat it!!".
Eyecatch of "Sing! Compete!" with Sako on the right holding her Rk95 Tp. Note that the stats present are wrong - Sako is intended to use a rare export variant of Rk95 Tp chambered in 5.56x45mm, yet the stats are copied from the 7.62x39mm version, and inaccurately on top of that (weight is 1 kg higher than in reality, and there is no such a thing as a 5.56x39mm round). The magazine is also drawn too large.
Sako aims the Rk95's barrel at Funco's chest after temporarily blinding her with bullet fragmentation in the jungle wargame arc.
Sako searching for 16 and L in the jungles. Note that there is a continuity error since the magazine is seen straight.
Hiding in the bushes while Sako scopes out her opponents.
FPS view of the riflescope mounted on Sako's Rk95.
Sako aiming the Rk95 in "Take it! Hurry!". Note the riflescope and the waffle-type magazine.
A very good closeup of the Rk95 in the same episode. You can see the riflescope, waffle-type magazine and the AK-like foregrip.
SIG SG 550
Sig is the personification of the SIG SG 550; smart yet somewhat of a ditz. She first appears with the rifle in "Grip and Hold!". She is depicted as being the most accurate of the main four assault rifles, able to effectively engage targets at ranges that would normally be associated with the larger-caliber battle rifles.
SIG SG 550 assault rifle - 5.56x45mm with proprietary bipod.
Sig at the range with 16 doing a mag change in the next lane.
Sig shooting a 500m target. This scope is a Hensoldt 6x42 BL.
Sig taking her SG 550 to conduct her Iai Shooting technique.
Sig holding the SG 550, outfitted with a Hensoldt 6x42 BL and dual magazines clipped together in "Sing! Compete!".
Closeup of the selector switch in "Sing! Compete!". Note that it's set to 3, indicating that the rifle can fire in three-burst mode.
Sig's eyecatch. Her image, though, is blocking some of the stats from being read.
A SIG SG 552 is briefly seen in "Sing! Compete!".
SIG SG 552 with scope rail attached - 5.56x45mm.
The SIG SG 552 assault rifle briefly seen during talks between Funco, 18, L and Sig. This has a red dot scope and a vertical foregrip attached.
ST Kinetics SAR-21
An ST Kinetics SAR-21 is used by Sar in "Sing! Compete!". Like Aug, she wears glasses to represent the SAR-21's built-in optics. It's also seen in Curly's gun shop.
Sar is on the left side of the screen, armed with the SAR-21.
On the upper left side, you can see the barrel of the ST Kinetics SAR-21.
ST Kinetics SR-88A
An ST Kinetics SR-88A is used by 88 in "Sing! Compete!". It's also seen in Curly's gun shop.
ST Kinetics SR-88A with polymer magazine - 5.56x45mm
88 is on the right side of the screen, armed with the SR-88A.
88 prepares to locate 16, unaware that she is being aimed at by her.
The SR-88A above the Steyr AUG A1.
Aug is the personified version of the Steyr AUG; she wears glasses like Sar, representing the AUG's built-in optics. She first uses it in "Graze it! Beat it!!", changing hairstyles by removing the short wig to her original long hair to indicate the use of a standard barrel-based AUG. Crunchyroll's subs consistently mis-indentify the weapon's country of origin as Australia, contrary to the narrator's correct mentioning of Austria as the AUG's country of origin. It's also mentioned that the AUG can mount a heavy barrel and become a Squad Automatic Weapon (likely referring to the AUG HBAR), however the standard-length AUG is shown when this is being explained, likely an oversight. When in this persona, Aug's confidence increases to the point where she becomes almost overbearing.
The AUG next to the FAMAS during a background explanation of bullpup rifles.
AUG seen with the Steyr AUG's carbine barrel.
AUG with long hair with the Steyr AUG next to her with its standard barrel.
AUG reloads her Steyr AUG after running out of bullets.
AUg fires the Steyr AUG at 16's position.
Stay away from this girl.
The T91 carbine is seen in "Sing! Compete!" in Curly's gun shop. The T91 is first used by Tei in "Graze it! Beat it!!". Her stock (panties) gets shot off by 16 during their wargame, but is recovered afterwards. Her trademark six-pigtail hairstyle is likely a reference to the insignia of the 205th Armory, T91's manufacturer.
Combined Service Forces T91 Carbine - 5.56x45mm.
The T91 being sold in Curly's gun shop as an assault rifle gun rack.
A custom photo of Tei holding her T91, made by photoshopping several screencaps together.
Tei engages 16 by firing from the bushes in the semi-finals of the jungle wargames arc.
Adjusting the collapsible buttstock of the T91.
Tei conducts suppressive fire on 16's position.
An Enfield EM-2 is seen in "Wash and Scrub!" when the history of the L85A1 is explained.
Enfield EM-2 .280 British
An Enfield EM-2 as depicted. The FN FNC is below the EM-2 to show the size of bullup rifles from conventional rifles.
The Enfield XL64E5 is seen in an oral narration of the creation of the L85 series in "Wash and Scrub!".
Enfield XL64E5 with SUSAT scope - 4.85x49mm.
A good closeup of the XL64E5 in "Wash and Scrub!.
Fabrique National FAL
An FN FAL appears in "Wash and Scrub!" when the narrator explains to the audience how the L85 was created.
FN FAL 50.00 - 7.62x51mm NATO.
The first FN FAL as depicted. The carry handles appears to be folded down. The plastic parts (buttstock, foregrip and pistol grip) were changed to wood. Also note that the caliber listed was only used in the prototype FAL, not the production model
Royal Small Arms Factory L1A1 SLR
Funco's elder sister Fal is based off the FN FAL, more specifically the British L1A1 SLR variant. She is described as being beautiful and smart. Fal appears in "Grip and Hold!". The rifle appears in "Wash and Scrub!" when Fal explains the origin of the L1A1. Even if Fal is depicted as being based on the British L1A1 model (so semi-automatic only), while confronting her younger sister at the fountain in "Go for it! Pass it!" she is seen firing a burst in fully automatic fire, much like the original Belgian model. This is apparently a reference to a field-modification that Australian troops did to their L1A1's during the Vietnam War to lock their weapons in full-auto.
L1A1 SLR - 7.62x51mm NATO.
Fal in the shooting range with 14.
Fal confronting Funco at the stairway.
Fal in episode 2's title card with G3 and 14. Note that her official name in the show is "FAL L1A1".
You can see the symbolism in here between the elementary, middle and high school students with the firearms they represent.
Fal confronting Funco at the school fountain.
The L1A1 as depicted in "Wash and Scrub!
Good closeup of the L1A1's receiver and trigger group
Heckler & Koch G3A3
G3 is the Heckler & Koch G3A3. She has several younger sisters in middle and elementary school (i.e. the HK33 and MP5 series'). She first appears in "Grip and Hold!". The rest of the H&K family, seen in the manga, consists of HK33E, G41, and G36 in middle school, HK53 (due to being MP5-sized) MP5A2, MP5SD, MP5K, UMP, and MP7A1 in elementary school, and HK32 who attends Red Steel High due to her caliber. 53 appears in "Wash and Scrub!", and (along with G3 and MP) UMP, MP5K, MP7A1, and four others who are off-screen appear in "Behold! Laugh!", however none of their guns are seen in the show. It's most likely that MP5SD doesn't talk (or doesn't talk much, at least), with HK32 presumibly being the one not present in "Behold! Laugh!".
Heckler & Koch G3A3 - 7.62x51mm NATO.
G3 aims a G3A3 at Sig during a sniping match.
G3 in episode 2's title card with Fal and 14.
Aiming the G3A3 at Funco during the war games.
Aiming the G3A3 at Sig. Her optic is a Tasco Titan 3-12x52 scope on an H&K claw mount; it's markings are visible in the manga.
16's elder sister 14 (Ichiyon in Japanese) is based off the M14. She first appears in "Grip and Hold!". A few M14s are seen in "Sing! Compete!". 14's accuracy when firing her rifle in full auto is non-existant; 16 even claims that the spread of her rounds is roughly 10 meters. This is a reference to the M14 being notoriously difficult to control in full-auto due to the heavy recoil of its' 7.62x51mm ammo.
M14 rifle - 7.62x51mm NATO.
14 blind firing her M14 under full auto mode after being under attack by 16. When needing a scope, she uses a Leatherwood ART-II 3-9x40 scope, as seen here.
14 firing her M14 alongside Fal.
14 in the stairway with Fal while confronting Funco.
14 being taught by G3 how to better control her M14, now sporting a Harris bipod, in full-auto.
14 in the title card of episode 2 with G3 and Fal.
A flashback sequence of American soldiers in South Vietnam armed with M14s in "Sing! Compete!".
The M14 on the ground. The picture's been flipped vertically to get a good look at the rifle's profile.
An M1 Garand is shown in "Take a Look! Scold Someone!", which is a wooden replica of the gun placed on the sign on the entrance to the Seisho Academy annual fair.
M1 Garand semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06.
A M1 Garand replica placed on the entrance.
The fair entrance. You can see the M1 Garand with the five-round stripper clip.
An SKS rifle appears in "Wash and Scrub!" during the explanation on the origin of bullpup rifles.
Russian Simonov Type 45 aka the Russian SKS rifle - 7.62x39mm. The Russian SKS has a milled receiver and a blade bayonet. The rifles were issued with hardwood or laminated stocks. This example has a hardwood stock.
A SKS rifle with the flag of the USSR behind it.
IZHMASH Saiga 12K
An IZHMASK Saiga 12K is seen in "And then! Upotte!" as the main weapon of Saiga when she fights on behalf of the Red Steel High faction.
Saiga after her Saiga 12K is shot by Sig.
Saiga flees with a damaged box magazine.
A SD depiction of Saiga shooting the Saiga 12K at 16.
Replacing a damaged box magazine with a fresh one.
A Remington 870 is used in "And then! Upotte!" to demonstrate the difference between a traditional pump-action shotgun with a non-detachable tube magazine and a self-loading shotgun, such as the Saiga series, loaded with detachable box magazines.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
A good photo of the Remington 870.
A duck hunter shoots fleeing ducks with his Remington 870.
A visual demonstration on how to load a shotgun like the Remington 870.
A SD depiction of 16 shooting L, who is depicted as a rabbit.
A Browning M2HB is seen on top of a Stryker ICV in "Take a Look! Scold Someone!".
Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG.
A Seisho Academy student prepares to demonstrate how optical camo works.
A Sumitomo M2HB, which is the license-made version of the Browning-made M2, is shown in "Take a Look! Scold Someone!".
The Sumitomo M2 can be seen on top of the Mitsubishi Type 74 MBT. The ammo box is visible.
14 sitting on top of the Type 74 next to the Sumitomo M2. The ammo box is clearly visible.
M61 Vulcans are the main machine guns of F-22 Raptors seen in "Take a Look! Scold Someone!".
GE M61 Vulcan Cannon - 20mm
F-22s parked in the Seisho Academy track and field.
A RPK-47 light machine gun is used by RPK as her main weapon in "And then! Upotte!".
RPK Light Machine Gun with 40 round magazine - 7.62x39mm
The RPK LMG next to RPK while removing her wetsuit.
RPK fires the RPK LMG at the glass ceiling of the abandoned strip mall to get Funco.
RPK firing the RPK at Funco's cover, which was made of wood.
Taunting Funco to surrender to the Red Steel High faction due to superior numbers. You can see the buttstock.
Mk 2 hand grenade
A Mk 2 hand grenade is shown in "Take a Look! Scold Someone!", which is actually pineapple pie made like an actual Mk 2.
Mk 2 "Pineapple" High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
The pineapple pie after the grenade explodes.
Curly's Gun Store Racks
In Curly's gun store in "Sing! Compete!", several assault rifles are portrayed as being sold in the world of "Upotte!".
A few assault rifles are sold in Curly's Store. From bottom to top: Steyr AUG A1, ST Kinetics SR-88A and the T91 carbine.
Same photo as the one above, except that the CETME Model L is fully displayed next to the T91.
Tokyo Marui "Golgo 13" M16 Airsoft Gun
On the upper left side, you can see the barrel of the ST Kinetics SAR-21. On the upper right side is a M16A2 with a riflescope mounted on the upper receiver and a custom stock, similar to the M16A2 used by Duke "Golgo 13" Togo in the Golgo 13 series.
An RPG-7 launcher tube in shown in "Take a Look! Scold Someone!"
An unused RPG-7 launcher tube is seen in a discount bin. The red line highlights the location of the RPG-7 launcher.