Beastars (stylized as BEASTARS) is a 2019 anime series that originally aired on Fuji TV in Japan before being brought to Netflix as a "Netflix Original Anime Series" in 2020. Focusing on a world populated by anthropomorphic animals, the show follows carnivores struggling with their natural instinct to hunt while living alongside herbivores. A second season was released in 2021. A third season was confirmed for 2024.
The following weapons were used in the anime series Beastars:
Louis the red deer uses a SIG-Sauer P220 throughout the series, first seen in the beginning of the episode "To the Neon District" (S1E11). It is the early 1st generation model as evident from the uniquely shaped hammer. At different points of the scene it appears in the hammer switches from being cocked to being down and then back again. Starting in "Call It Like it is" (S2E05), Louis' P220 is seen with wood grip panels.
SIG-Sauer P220 1st Generation "American" model - .45 ACP
Louis brandishes his freshly fired SIG-Sauer P220. The hammer is a distinct giveaway as to the generation of the gun. Also, despite Louis having fired it, the hammer appears to be uncocked (although it may just be the angle of the shot).
Louis brandishes his P220 in "Fly, O Corrupt One" (S2E06).
Louis threatens to fire the P220, giving a good look at the new grips.
Louis holds the P220 on Ibuki in "The Taste of Rebellion" (S2E12), showing off the controls.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
In "The Chef's Suspense" (S2E10) the Shishi-Gumi underboss Ibuki gives fellow gangster Free a Desert Eagle Mark XIX to better defend their boss with.
Magnum Research Desert Eagle Mark XIX with brushed chrome finish - .50 AE
Ibuki has Free replace his M1911A1 with a Desert Eagle Mark XIX in "The Chef's Suspense" (S2E10).
The reverse shot of the previous shot as Free regards the weapon. Note the safety style.
Free speaks to Louis with his Desert Eagle drawn in "The Taste of Rebellion" (S2E12). Note the scope mount notches on the barrel, indicating a Mark XIX model.
M1911A1 pistols are used by nearly all members of the Shishi-Gumi crime organization, and are first seen in "A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" (S1E10).
World War II Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
A lion mobster brandishes his M1911A1 in "A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" (S1E10). As the show primarily uses 3D modeling, it's likely that the same 3D asset was used for all of the 1911s that appear.
A worse-for-wear Shishi-Gumi crime boss draws his M1911A1 in "To the Neon District" (S1E11).
After failing to chamber it with his hand due to the blood, the crime boss (somehow) manages to fully chamber the M1911A1 with his teeth
, which really should be impossible, even for a lion. If one looks closely at the visible portion of the grip, it appears that the gun has a curved mainspring housing above the lanyard loop, distinguishing this as an A1 model.
A pretty nice first-person look at the standard "G.I. sights" on the gun.
Gangsters Agata and Free hold M1911A1 pistols on a prisoner in "A Busted Electric Fan" (S2E09).