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Case Closed - Season 31

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The following weapons were used in Season 31 of the anime series Case Closed:


IMI Jericho 941

The IMI Jericho 941 is the personal sidearm of FBI agent Shuichi Akai, who previously went undercover in the Black Organization.

Jericho 941 R with suppressor - 9x19mm
Akai preps his suppressed Jericho in "Taiko Meijin's Shogi Board (Checkmate)".
A shot of the pistol's body/frame.
Another shot of the pistol's body/frame.
Firing a 9mm round through a steel pipe, which should not work in reality. It even ricocheted inside!!


The M1911A1 is seen with London-based Black Organization agents.

Screen used Auto Ordnance M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
The M1911A1 aimed at Mary from the back in "The Birthday Party of Divine Punishment (Part 1)".

SIG-Sauer P230

The SIG-Sauer P230 was used by Mary Sera in a flasback to London near the end of "The Birthday Party of Divine Punishment (Part 1)".

SIG-Sauer P230SL with spare magazine and unfired rounds - .380 ACP
Mary aims the P230 at a man who's not her real husband near the end of "The Birthday Party of Divine Punishment (Part 1)". The black bars in the screenshot are done on purpose.
Another angle of Mary using the pistol.

Tokarev TT-33

The Tokarev TT-33 makes its first actual appearance in "The Monorail Sniper Case (Part One)", followed by "The Monorail Sniper Case (Part Two)".

Gletcher TT-P - .177
The TT-33 fired in a visual by Takagi in figuring out how the crime was done in "The Monorail Sniper Case (Part One)".
A full shot of the TT-33 when Kogor explains that the Tokarev's 7.62×25mm caliber has good penetration.
Takuro Samejima accidentally shoots his accomplice in "The Monorail Sniper Case (Part Two)". To be fair, he deserved it. Then again, they're both criminals.
Takuro aims his TT-33 at the Sleeping Kogoro.

Walther P38

A pistol lighter based on the Walther P38 is seen throughout "The Figure of Revenge" with Kazuya Shiraishi.

Denix non-firing replica of Walther P38
Genta sees the P38 replica in "The Figure of Revenge".
The replica glows when the lights to the room was shut off.
Kazuya uses the pistol lighter to prove that it's not a real gun.
The dropped replica in a crime scene since it was used to start a fire.


Nambu Model 60

The Nambu Model 60 is seen with officers of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police.

Nambu Model 60 Snub-nose - .38 Special
The Model 60s being loaded in the OP sequence, "ZERO kara Hajimete".
Wataru Takagi, Miwako Sato, Juzo Megure, Ninzaburo Shiratori and Kazunobu China aims their revolvers.
A flashback image of Kogoro Mori from when he was with the TMPD in "Police Academy Arc Wild Police Story CASE. Matsuda Jinpei".
Marushin-made airsoft replica of the New Nambu Model 60.
Murder suspect Junji Maruo got his hands on a Model 60 in a flashback sequence in "The Detective Boys' Test of Courage".

Smith & Wesson Model 36

FBI agent Jodie Starling is seen holding her Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolver during the OP sequence, "SPARKLE".

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Jodie with her Smith & Wesson in the OP sequence.

Smith & Wesson Model 360

The Smith & Wesson Model 360 is seen throughout "Police Academy Arc Wild Police Story CASE. Matsuda Jinpei" with cadets from the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department Academy.

Smith & Wesson Model 360J by Tanaka Works - .38 Special.
Closeup of the S&W M360J in "Police Academy Arc Wild Police Story CASE. Matsuda Jinpei".
MPDA cadet Rei Furuya practices firing the M360J in the academy shooting range.
MPDA cadet Jinpei Matsuda examines his revolver.
Good shot of the 360J after Jinpei disassembled it.
Distant shot of the disassembled 360J.
Furuya fires the 360J to save Instructor Hachizo Onizuka from a hanging situation.


12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

An over and under-type 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun is used in "Whiteout (Part One)" by Kengo Ishibashi and Takeru Yokoyama.

Century Arms Centurion - 12 gauge
Ishibashi brings his shotgun out of his gunbag in "Whiteout (Part One)".
Yokoyama brings his shotgun out of his gunbag after he gets taunted that his gun doesn't work.
Ishibashi standing behind his goons in :Whiteout (Part Two)".

Remington Model 870

The Remington Model 870 is seen with armed robbers and a Nowson employee on a heist in "Police Academy Arc Wild Police Story CASE. Date Wataru".

Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
The Model 870 fired at the ceiling in "Police Academy Arc Wild Police Story CASE. Date Wataru".
This shot confirms that this is the Police Magnum version at least in wooden furniture.
The Nowson employee with the shotgun after smacking Date in the face with the buttstock.

Bolt-Action Rifles

Mosin Nagant Rifle

Several Mosin Nagant Rifles are found by Conan and Morikawa Family butler Tomoka Tsukasa after Yuichiro Morikawa was killed in "Intrigue at Morikawa Mansion (Part 2)".

Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 3rd configuration - 7.62x54mm R.
The MNs in a gun locker in "Intrigue at Morikawa Mansion (Part 2)". There's a bullet hole on the door.

Sniper Rifles

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare

The Accuracy International Arctic Warfare is seen with Akai as his primary weapon.

Accuracy International AW-F - 7.62x51mm NATO
Akai with the AW in the OP sequence, "SPARKLE".

Winchester Model 70

A Winchester Model 70 with a scope is found by Conan and Tsukasa after Yuichiro was killed in "Intrigue at Morikawa Mansion (Part 2)".

Winchester Model 70 - .243 Winchester
No one's here.
Conan discovers the dropped Model 70 with a discharged cartridge on the ground near the end of "Intrigue at Morikawa Mansion (Part 2)".



A crossbow is used by a murder suspect in "The 36-Cell Perfect Game (Part Two)". Another is seen in "Yoko Okino and the Locked Attic (Part 1)".

Kogoro Mori finds the rigged crossbow in "The 36-Cell Perfect Game (Part Two)".
A dropped crossbow found in "Yoko Okino and the Locked Attic (Part 1)".

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