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The Familiar of Zero

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The Familiar of Zero (Zero no Tsukaima)

The Familiar of Zero (ゼロの使い魔 Zero no Tsukaima) is a fantasy and comedy-oriented series of Japanese light novels written by Noboru Yamaguchi and illustrated by Eiji Usatsuka. It has been adapted as an anime series by J.C. Staff. The story features characters in a world of magic and fantasy, with the entrance of a male character, Saito Higara, who's from Earth. Saito soon discovers that some of the items he finds in this new world (majority including weaponry) are from Earth, and seeks to find the vortex that leads back into his world, Earth.

The following weapons were used in the anime The Familiar of Zero:


M72 LAW is the first weaponry shown in the anime that has come from the Earth. The people of the magical world calls it the "Stick of Destruction", and is shown to treat it as a sacred treasure; sealed in a case and put into a safe. Osmond, the head of the magical Tristain Academy, describes how he had found it on a man in a weird uniform, severely injured in the forest, and seen him use it to save Osmond from getting eaten by a dragon. The operation of the M72 LAW is very well shown in the anime, as well as the fact that it is one-use-only.

M72A2 LAW - 66mm
M72 LAW in the hands of a soldier of unknown nationality from the flashback of Osmond.
Louise holding the M72 LAW.
Louise swinging the M72 LAW as if swinging a magic wand.
Saito takes it to show how it's REALLY done.
Saito removes the locking pin
Saito removes the dust cover...
...and extends the launcher.
The sights of the M72 pops up.
Saito pressing the trigger of the M72 LAW. Note that the trigger is not too accurately drawn, and is drawn a bit too big.
Saito in the shooting stance. Very well balanced.
Firing the M72. Look at that small back-blast!
Longueville, the enemy, is holding the M72 LAW. Notice how the trigger is back to it's original size again.
Longueville holds the launcher on the gang. Note where her left index finger is.
Longueville realizes that the launcher won't fire, being a one-use-only. Also note where her finger is. If it did fire, it could have blasted, or burned, her left index finger off.

SIG-Sauer P226R

The SIG-Sauer P226R is first seen wrapped in clothes being handed to Saito by Julio Chesaré. It is later revealed when Saito uses it to shoot Sheffield. It is discarded during Saito's battle with Joseph.

SIG-Sauer P226R - 9x19mm
Saito holds the P226 with one hand. Note the extremely small diameter of the barrel
Saito holds the P226 on Joseph. Now notice the extremely HUGE barrel with the awkwardly tall slide.
Now the barrel is about 9mm in diameter. Notice how the slide does not have any markings
A very well shown scene of the P226. Note the length of the slide and the bulges in the grip to accommodate the double stack magazine, showing this is a P226 and not a P225 as previously thought.
Saito fires the SIG-Sauer P226
In this scene, the riflings of Saito's P226 can be seen. Notice how tall the riflings are...
Saito discards the SIG-Sauer P226 in order to continue the fight with his sword, Derflinger.

88mm Flak 18/36/37

88mm Flak 18/36/37 is seen when Saito and his friends are fighting Sheffield and her Square-class golem. It is unsure if it is Flak 18, 36, or 37. Professor Colbert calls it the "Great Spear".

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Malicorne carrying the 88x571mm shell. Pretty darn heavy!
Carefully loading the 88mm shell into the Flak gun...

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