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Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig - (2004 - 2005)
Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig - Individual Eleven (2005)

Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig is a 26 episode anime series based on the manga of the same name by Masamune Shirow (Appleseed, New Dominion Tank Police) and is a direct sequel to Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex. The series consists of three groups of episodes; "Individual" (IN) episodes which cover the Individual Eleven storyline, "Dividual" (DI) episodes that have independent storylines, and "Dual" (DU) episodes that cover the Cabinet Intelligence Service & Gouda storyline. In 2007, the "Individual" episodes were recut into a single film called Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig - Individual Eleven.

PLEASE NOTE: Although the title is commonly given a colon and Gig represented in uppercase ("2nd GIG"), the correct title of this series is "Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig", without a colon and with only initial capitals. Please correct any links that appear incorrectly.

The following weapons were used in the anime series Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig:


Seburo M5

As with Stand Alone Complex, Section 9's standard sidearm is the fictitious Seburo M5, a compact semiautomatic SA/DA concealed-carry handgun that uses a locked-breech operating via a rotating barrel (a system similar to the Beretta Cougar). It's chambered for 5.45x18mm rounds, and feeds from a double-stack magazine with a total capacity of 19+1 rounds.

However, a lawyer in episode 10 claims that the M5 holds 21 5.7mm rounds, conflicting with the official specs on the M5 (of course there's always the possibility that the lawyer was just mistaken the specs with those of the FN Five-seveN.)

Poseidon model replica of the Seburo M5.
Kusanagi fires her Seburo M5 at Hideo Kuze.
Kusanagi with her Seburo M5.
A cyborg Triad guard gets an eyeful of Kusanagi's M5.

FN Browning BDA M-7

Batou still carries his M-7 from Stand Alone Complex. The M-7 is a fictional FN Browning BDA variant chambered for .45ACP. The M-7 is intended to be a future BDA variant (similar to Batou's Jericho 942 in the original Ghost in the Shell film). The most notable differences between the M-7 and the BDA is the M-7's shortened slide and barrel and the horned hammer.

Browning BDA - 9x19mm
An excerpt from the S.A.C. 2nd GIG Visual Book detailing Batou's M-7
Batou draws his M-7.

Desert Eagle

Gino, the immigrant Helicopter pilot who is the focus of episode 2, periodically carries and dreams about his nickel-plated, .44 caliber Desert Eagle MK VIII, which has been customized with a ported muzzle and enlarged hammer spur. On a side note, both the character Gino as well as the entire episode are a homage to Taxi Driver.

Desert Eagle MK VII w/ nickel finish - .44 Magnum
Gino assassinates a corporate CEO in his dreams.
A closeup of Gino's Desert Eagle. Seeing as this is also a part of his dream sequence, it's safe to assume that he's memorized his Desert Eagle's serial number.
Gino's Desert Eagle locks empty at a shooting range.
A veteran of a war in Vietnam who is paranoid and is slowly loosing his grip on reality while plotting to assassinate a public figure poses shirtless in front of a mirror with a .44 magnum pistol. Does this remind you of anything?

Tokarev TT-33

Several Tokarev TT-33 pistols are seen throughout the series, usually in the hands of criminals.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
A terrorist in episode 1 threatens a hostage with his TT-33.
A TT-33 (left) can be seen in Gino's gun collection in episode 2.

Glock 17

A 3rd generation Glock 17 can be seen in Gino's gun collection in episode 2. Another Glock 17 is seen in one of Gino's dreams, where it is used by the CEO that Gino fantasizes about killing. A 2nd generation Glock 17 is seen in episode 17 in the hands of the terrorist "Angel's Feathers".

Glock 17 (Gen 3) - 9x19mm
Glock 17 (Gen 2) - 9x19mm
Gino's gun collection. The Glock can be seen on the right.
The Glock 17 prior to being aimed.
"Angel's Feathers" Glock 17.

.22 Pocket Pistol

The .22 caliber pocket pistol used by Marshall MacLachlan in Stand Alone Complex makes a return in episode 2 in Gino's gun collection. The design is fictitious, but draws heavily from the Beretta 3032 Tomcat.

An excerpt from the official S.A.C. artbook where Sinobu Tsuneki (the Mechanical Designer for S.A.C.) details MacLachlan's pistol
The .22 pistol can be seen in the holster in the middle.


Machine-fetishist executive Kazunoto carries a long-barreled, two-barreled O/U derringer-style pistol in episode 3. It is a fictional design that borrows heavily from the Bond Arms Derringer.

Kazunoto loads his derringer pistol.
Kazunoto drops his derringer.
A closeup of the derringer and Cash Eye's business card.

Heckler & Koch Mark 23

The Section 1 agents seen in episode 8 carry a pair of Heckler & Koch Mark 23s equipped with sound suppressors, according to the 2nd GIG Visual Book lineart.

Heckler & Koch Mk 23 Mod 0 Phase II Prototype - .45 ACP
Official lineart of the suppressed HK Mark 23 with brass catchers attached from the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG Visual Book.
S1 agents fire their suppressed pistols.

Izumi's hybrid pistol

Izumi in episode 10 uses a pistol that's a cross between a Beretta 92F and a CZ 75 outfitted with a beaver-tail tang, custom grips, ring hammer, a compensator and a laser sight.

Official lineart of Izumi's hybrid pistol from the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG Visual Book.
Laser sight.
Close up of the pistol's hammer and slide.
The pistol held by Izumi.

"First Model" CZ 75

During the flashback to the 2020 Mexican War in episode 14, Saito is seen carrying a "First Model" CZ 75.

"First Model" CZ 75 - 9x19mm
Saito attempts to draw his CZ 75.

Mauser C96 Carbine

A Single refugee on the Dejima Bridge barricade in episode 23 is seen using a Mauser C96 Carbine.

C96 carbine - 7.63x25mm.
The refugee fires her C96 carbine (second from right)

Beretta 92FS Compact

The agents tasked with detaining the Prime Minister near the end of the series all carry Beretta 92FS Compact pistols. In episode 25, Togusa manages to catch two of the agents by surprise and takes one of their weapons.

Beretta 92FS Compact 9x19mm
An agent tries to draw his 92FS Compact.
Togusa with his newly acquired 92FS Compact.

SIG-Sauer P229

Gouda's CIS agent crony who threatens Ishikawa in episode 26 carries a SIG-Sauer P229.

SIG-Sauer P229 w/ crimson trace grips - .357 SIG
The P229 aimed at Ishikawa after he gets out of the hospital.


Mateba 2008M

Togusa still carries his Mateba 2008M from Stand Alone Complex. The 2008M is a fictional variant of the Mateba Autorevolver, and features the frame design of a Mateba Model 6 Unica and the barrel assembly of the Mateba 2006M. The Mateba is a semiautomatic revolver with uses the recoil of firing to revolve the cylinder and cock the hammer. Togusa's weapon is chambered in .357 Magnum (Kusanagi refers to it as a 9mm, which is technically correct as the bullet diameter on a .357 is 9 millimeters). In a memorable scene in episode 10, a lawyer is seen presenting another Mateba as evidence. Save for the synthetic grips the Mateba used in the trial is identical to Togusa's. Togusa can also be seen firing the Mateba during the opening credits sequence.

Mateba Model 6 Unica - .44 Remington Magnum
Mateba 2006M
Official lineart of the Mateba M2008 from the Official Log #1.
Poseidon model replica of the Mateba 2008M from Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex.
Togusa fires his Mateba M2008 twice in the OP sequence, "Rise".
Togusa draws his 2008M.
Togusa aims his 2008M at a suicide bomber.
Togusa reloads his Mateba with a speed-loader. Note that in this scene, the cylinder lacks recessed chambers, as the rims of the cartridges visibly "stick out" past the back of the cylinder. But in scenes where the gun is seen from the side, the back of the cylinder is flush with the frame, and no rims are visible, which is only possible if the gun has recessed chambers. The real Mateba 6 Unica has recessed chambers, while the real Mateba 2006M does not.
Lawyer: "See this? Can you tell the courtroom what it is, Mr. Togusa?"
Togusa: "Yes, it's a gun. A revolver of the same make and model that I use while I'm on duty."
Lawyer: "That's correct. This is a replica of a Mateba Firearms Autorevolver."

Smith & Wesson Model 37 Airweight

In episode 24, it is revealed that Aramaki carries a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 37 Airweight in an ankle holster, which he gives to Togusa after his weapon is confiscated.

Smith & Wesson Model 37 .38 Special
Aramaki reveals the Model 37 in his ankle holster.
Togusa checks the cylinder on the Model 37.

Submachine Guns

Sa vz. 61 Skorpion

Several of the "Individual Eleven" who infiltrate the Chinese embassy in the first episode are armed with Sa vz. 61 Skorpions. During the Dejima uprising, several refugees are seen with vz. 61s as well.

Sa vz. 61 Skorpion - .32 ACP
The terrorist covers an elevator with his Skorpion.
A group of armed Dejima refugees. The man in the center is armed with a vz. 61.

Heckler & Koch MP7

Others among the Chinese embassy invaders are armed with MP7s. The Japanese Coast Guardsmen in episode 7 were also seen using MP7s while making a sting aboard a refugee vessel.

Heckler & Koch MP7A1 4.6x30mm with Zeiss Z-Point sight
A thug armed with a HK MP7A1 patrols a corridor. Note 20 rounds magazine and Red Dot/Cybernetic sight.
A Japanese Coast Guardsman with an MP7. Again, note 20 rounds magazine and Red Dot sight.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

A combat android used in a training exercise in episode 4 is seen using a Heckler & Koch MP5K.

Heckler & Koch MP5K
The android tries to aim his MP5K, but takes a .223 through the arm.


Several IMI Uzi submachine guns are seen throughout the series.

IMI Uzi 9x19mm
A cyborg terrorist in episode 1 armed with an Uzi.
The weapon dealers in episode 7 armed with IMI Uzis.


In episode 17, Kusanagi is threatened by a Triad member with a MAC-11. She quickly disarms him and takes the weapon for herself, dual-wielding it alongside her Seburo M5.

MAC-11 - 9x19mm
The cyberized Triad guard with his MAC-11.
Kusanagi with her newly acquired MAC-11.
Kusanagi threatens a group of Triad enforcers with the MAC-11.

Cobray M11/9

One of the Dejima refugees seen in episode 23 is armed with what appears to be a Cobray M11/9 with a folding stock.

SWD M11/9 SMG with folding stock - 9x19mm.
The refugee with the blue jacket can be seen with a Cobray M11/9 hanging at his side

Police Bullpup Submachine Gun

The fictional submachine gun used by the Metropolitan Police SWAT team in Stand Alone Complex is carried over into 2nd Gig. It bears a striking aesthetic resemblance to the Enfield L85 rifle series, but differs in almost every detail upon closer examination (the MP5 style iron sight, for example). Chambered with 9x19mm rounds.

Pazu is seen with the weapon in the OP sequence, "Rise".

Official lineart of the Police SMG from the Ghost in the Shell: 2nd GIG Visual Book.
Pazu takes cover behind a car in the OP sequenec, "Rise".
A squad of SWAT officers armed with the fictional bullpup submachine gun stack up inside a stairway.
SWAT officers corner a terrorist with a hostage.

AE CIA SMG briefcase

Near the end of 2nd GIG, American Empire CIA agents helping Goda leave Niihama were equipped with briefcases that have built-in submachine guns.

Official lineart of the briefcase SMG from the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG Visual Book.

Assault Rifles

Seburo C26A

As with Stand Alone Complex, the primary weapon for Section 9 operatives is the fictional Seburo C26A assault rifle. The C26A uses a crooked 50 round box magazine that feeds 5.45x45mm rounds in a bullpup pattern, entering the gun at 45 degrees from the bore and slanting to lie parallel to the barrel, locking into the front grip. Fired cartridge cases eject into a permanently mounted brass catcher mounted on top of the gun. Its ergonomics are similar to the FN F2000, with the trigger protected by a large loop that serves as a grip for the off hand. It is occasionally seen with a two-stage silencer attachment. 2nd GIG also grants a look at a previously unseen feature of the C26A; a laser sight built into the body just above the muzzle.

Seburo C26A - 5.45x45mm
Official lineart of the Seburo C26A from the Official Log #1.
Batou opens fire with the C26A in the OP sequenec, "Rise".
Pazu readies his C26A before an operation.
Major Kusanagi loads a fresh magazine into her C26A.
Batou unloads a C26A at a terrorist.
The men of Section 9 with their Seburo C26A rifles.
Batou aims the C26A's laser at Kuze.

Seburo C30

The Seburo C30, a variant of the C26A designed for overtly offensive missions, makes a return, this time in the hands of the Section 4 operators sent to apprehend the Section 9 members in Dejima. The C30 is built around a C26A receiver and features an added optical sight as well as a jacket with a brass catcher. Unlike the C30s seen in Stand Alone Complex, these lack a grenade launcher or an extended barrel.

Official line of the Seburo C30 from the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex Visual Book
The C30 in the hands of a S4 operator.
Another shot of the C30.
S4 operator taking cover.


The AKS-74U is quite a popular weapon among terrorists in the first episode.

AKS-74U 5.45x39mm
Several terrorists cover an elevator door with their AKS-74U rifles.
A good profile view of a terrorist's AKS-74U.

Conglomeration Rifle

The soldiers in the Ground Self Defense Army (GSDA) or JGSDF (according to Japanese dialog) are seen using this fictional rifle. This weapon draws several features from other weapons, primarily the Howa Type 89 and M16 rifle series.

Official lineart of the hybrid JGSDF assault rifle from the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG Visual Book.
Armed JGSDF soldiers march on a Niihama expressway in the OP sequence, "Rise".
Several soldiers with their unnamed rifles in episode 4.
Several GSDA soldiers guard an excavated power plant in episode 6.
A soldier with the unnamed rifles accompanies Section 9 during a mission in episode 7.
A panicked GSDA soldier unloads on a group of refugees.


In episode 19, several Dejima refugees buy several crates of AK-74 rifles, and are seen using the rifles for the rest of the series.

AK-74 - 5.45x39mm
One of the crates full of illegal AK-74 rifles.
A refugee with an AK-74 rifle.
An armed refugee fires his AK-74 at the Section 9 operatives.
An AK-74 is seen among the refugees' weapons at the Dejima Bridge barricade.


Korean People's Army soldiers seen during the flashback in episode 16 are seen carrying AK-74M rifles.

AK-74M - 5.45x39mm
KPA soldiers retreating from UN forces in North Korea.
KPA soldiers securing refugees.


In episode 23, a single refugee can be seen raising an AKS-74 during the uprising.

AKS-74 - 5.45x39mm
Dejima refugee raising the AKS-74.

Colt Model 933

A few of the Dejima refugees are seen carrying Colt Model 933 carbines during the Dejima Uprising.

Colt Model 933 - 5.56x45mm.
Dejima refugee with the 933.
The 933 being aimed.
Firing the 933 at JGSDF soldiers.

Futurized Type 89-F with M203

Members of the JGSDF are shown using a futurized Howa Type 89-F rifles outfitted with underbarrel M203 grenade launchers. The Type 89s all have barrels and handguards that are shorter than current variants, and the number of air vents on the handguard has been reduced to two on each side. In addition to these modifications, each rifle is outfitted with an electronic sight interface designed to connect directly to the soldier's cyberbrain.

Howa Type 89-F with red dot on railed receiver - 5.56x45mm.
M203 grenade launcher 40mm
Ishikawa with a futurized Type 89-F during a flashback
Another shot of the Type 89-F. This one has a red dot scope on its upper receiver.
Kuze with a Type 89-F during his days as a JGSDF soldier in North Korea.
JGSDF soldiers in formation prior to securing Dejima bridge.

Futurized Colt Model 933 with M203

During the 2020 Mexican War flashback in episode 14, all of the American Empire soldiers in Kusanagi's multinational UN peacekeeper squad carry futurized Colt Model 933 rifles (distinguishable by their 11.5 inch barrels). Each rifle is outfitted with a M203 grenade launcher as well as a futuristic stock and handguard. As with the Japanese Type 89-Fs, each rifle is also equipped with a sight system designed to interface with the user's cyberbrain, implying that American Empire troops also undergo cyborg conversions before deployment.

Colt Model 933 - 5.56x45mm.
M203 grenade launcher - 40mm
A pair of AE soldiers with their Colt Model 933s.
An AE soldier peeks over a barricade, giving the audience a better view of the front end of his rifle.
An AE soldier fires his Model 933

Futurized L85A2 with M203

The British troops in Kusanagi's squad in episode 14's flashback to Mexico all carry Enfield L85A2 rifles that have undergone similar transformations to the previously described Type 89-F and Colt Model 933 rifles. Each L85 is given a futuristic handguard and barrel assembly, is outfitted with a M203 grenade launcher, and is equipped with a cyberbrain-interface targeting system, suggesting that all of the British troops have undergone full cyborg conversions.

L85A2 with SUSAT scope - 5.56x45mm NATO
M203 grenade launcher - 40mm
A British soldier with a futurized L85A2
A closeup of the L85's futuristic handguard.
A British soldier aims his futurized L85A2.

Sniper Rifles

Blaser R93 LRS2

During the flashback story in episode 14, Saito's rifle during the 2020 Mexico engagement is a Blaser R93 LRS2. It is notable that he alone in this episode uses an "old-fashioned" purely optical sighting system on his rifle. He also appears to have used tape to affix a Harris bipod to the front of the stock.

Blaser R93 with Harris bipod .338 Lapua Magnum
Saito opens fire with the R93 in the alternate OP sequence, "Christmas in the Silent Forest", which was only available in Japan when it aired on Japanese TV stations.
Saito handling the Blaser R93.
Aiming through the scope.
Another shot of Saito aiming the R93's scope.

Walther WA 2000

During the flashback to the 2020 engagement in Mexico, Kusanagi carries a Walther WA 2000 with black polymer furniture and an extended magazine. Kusanagi, in contrast to Saito, has had the optical sight replaced by a purely cybernetic sight that interfaces directly with her cyberbrain via the QRS port on her neck.

Walther WA 2000
Porting the WA 2000 prior to confronting pre-S9 Saito.
Another view of the WA 2000. You can see the QRS line.
Close up of the barrel.
Kusanagi running while porting the WA 2000.

Seburo Sniper Rifle

Saito's preferred bolt-action .50-caliber rifle from Stand Alone Complex makes a return for 2nd Gig.

Official lineart of Saito's sniper rifle from the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG Visual Book.
Saito scopes a target with his personal sniper rifle in the OP sequence, "Rise".
Saito with his sniper rifle.

Anti-Armor Sniper Rifle

Saito uses this massive rifle to disable a runaway attack helicopter in episode 4.

Official lineart of the AASR used by Saito from the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG Visual Book.
Saito preps his rifle for firing.
Saito zeros in on the helicopter. Note his shooting platform; a massive, invisible talking tank suspended 30 stories from the ground. Improvisation is key for Section 9.

Seburo Anti-Tank Rifle

First seen in the second episode of Stand Alone Complex, Saito's 20mm anti-materiel rifle makes a reappearance in during the flashback to the 2020 Mexican War. This rifle is fictitious, but draws upon several real-world designs, primarily the Mechem NTW-20 and the Lahti L-39. Saito loads it with a single round and uses a remote trigger mechanism to blow up a car and cause a diversion so that he can attack from another angle.

Official lineart of the ATR from the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG Visual Book.
The unmanned Seburo anti-tank rifle.
Another shot of the weapon.

Norinco Type 84S Target Rifle

A Dejima refugee on the Dejima Bridge barricade is seen using a sniper rifle built from a Kalashnikov rifle. Based on the long barrel and the ammunition box behind him labeled "5.56 NATO", it is likely that this rifle is a Norinco Type 84S Target Rifle.

Norinco Type 84S "Target" Rifle - 5.56x45mm.
The refugee sniper aims his Type 84S. Note the boxes behind him.
The refugee sniper with his T84S. Note the barrel length.
The refugee sniper fires the shot that begins the Dejima uprising.

Machine Guns

M61 Vulcan

The Jigabachi attack helicopters are armed with M61 Vulcan cannons. The gun is mounted on a pod at the rear of the aircraft that swings down like a wasps' stinger, hence the name "Jigabachi" (the Japanese name for the Sand Wasp).

M61 Vulcan 20mm
The Jigabachi gunships fly by over Niihama in the OP sequence, "Rise".
A Jigabachi helicopter opens up with its Vulcan.

Phalanx CIWS

In episode 24, several Phalanx CIWS installations can be seen on a helicopter carrier operating off the coast of Dejima, particularly when Rangers from Section 4 are deployed.

Phalanx CIWS 20mm

Tachikoma Claw Machine Gun

The Tachikoma's claws are equipped with built-in machine gun when they encounter enemies in close quarters.

A Tachikoma engages a JGSDF Type 1 Arm Suit in one of Niihama's many expressways in the OP sequence, "Rise".

Tachikoma's Shortened M134 Minigun

The Tachikoma's extremely short-barreled M134 from Stand Alone Complex makes a brief return during several of the Tachikomatic Days skits that follow every episode when one of the Tachikomas proposes a second version of its "Amphibious Tachikoma" design. The Tachikoma has attached the Minigun to the back of the proposed Tachikoma's head so that it faces the think-tank's pod, and offers up a rather unusual reason why.

"It's called the Mark II, so of course it's twice as useless!"

Power-Suit Machine Gun

The MSDF Type 303 power suits from Stand Alone Complex return for the sequel, an bring their appropriately-sized machine gun / grenade launcher combination weapons with them.

A machine-gun toting Type 303 makes a cameo during the Tachikomatic Days special at the end of episode 5.

Futurized M60

A young Batou is shown during the Mexico 2020 flashback using a M60 machine gun. Like the Type 89-F, Colt Model 933, and L85, this modern weapon has been given a futuristic look to fit with the setting, although this weapon's modifications appear to be limited to the handguard.

M60 machine gun
Saito watches the M60-toting Batou through a scope. Note that the M60's stock and receiver are the same as those currently being produced.
Batou with his M60. Note both the futuristic handguard and the signature M60 front sight and bipod.

General Dynamics GAU-19/A

The JGSDA Arm Suits in episode 20 are equipped with GAU-19 rotary guns. The forward barrel brace is circular as opposed to the GAU-19's typical triangular brace. An even shorter GAU-19 is seen mounted inside the claws of the HAW-206 tanks used by the JGSDA.

General Dynamics GAU-19/A - .50 BMG
A JGSDF Arm Suit chaes after the Tachikomas in the OP sequence, "Rise".
A JGSDA power suit fires its GAU-19
A closeup of a combat suit's GAU-19
A HAW-206 fires its GAU-19s

Futurized Type 98 Anti Aircraft Cannon

The fishing trawlers used by the Dejima refugees are often equipped with an anti-aircraft battery consisting of a shield and two Type 98 20mm anti-aircraft cannons with futuristic barrel shrouds.

The Type 98 in storage.
Kuze handling the Type 98.
A refugee handles the Type 98.
The Type 98 prior to being fired.

Grenade Launchers

Tachikoma Grenade Launcher

The Tachikomas have a grenade launcher in their snout region.

The Tachikomas fire their grenade launchers at the incoming JGSDF Type 1 Arm Suit in one of Niihama's many expressways in the OP sequence, "Rise".

Rocket Launchers

FGM-148 Javelin

Several of the American soldiers seen in the 2020 Mexican War flashback carry FGM-148 Javelin missile launchers. These launchers have been slightly altered from their real-world counterparts, suggesting that they too are intended to be future variants.

FGM-148 Javelin - 127mm
A UN soldier gets the Javelin ready.
Ishikawa aiming the Javelin at Saito's hideout.

FIM-92A Stinger

Dejima Refugees use several FIM-92A Stinger missiles simultaneously to shoot down the JSDF AWACS plane above the island that is jamming communications. The use of several missiles at once overwhelms the anti-missile countermeasures, and the depiction of the explosion is accurate in that the warhead explodes short of the target, destroying it with projected shrapnel from the missile's HE-Frag warhead.

FIM-92A Stinger 70mm
The Stinger as handled by Kuze.
A refugee prepares to fire the Stinger.


The weapon dealers in episode 7 also possess at least one M141 SMAW-D.

M141 SMAW-D launcher and HEDP rocket 83mm
Holding the SMAW-D.

Unidentified Rocket Launchers

A handful of the Dejima refugees are carrying unidentified anti-tank RPG launchers. The warheads used strongly resemble those of the the Panzerfaust 3 and the rear port resembles that of an RPG-7.

A refugee inspects the rocket launcher.
A refugee prepares to fire the rocket launcher.
An armed refugee prepares to fire the rocket launcher at incoming JGSDF forces.

Other Weapons

Prosthetic Shotguns

The terrorist "Angel's Feathers" has several shotguns built into his arm that all fire simultaneously.

Readying the prosthetic shotguns after being spotted.

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