Ghost in the Shell (2017)
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The following weapons were used in the film Ghost in the Shell:
Major's Pistol (Glock 19)
Non-Thermoptic Glock 19
Section 9 Glock 17
All members of Section 9 excluding the Major and Togusa carry Glock 17s with customized grips and an underbarrel attachment.
Hanka Glock 17
Hanka-hired mercenaries also uses Glock 17s, put in a futuristic shell.
Heckler & Koch VP70
IWI Jericho 941 PL
In the bar, a Yakuza gunman uses a IWI Jericho 941 PL with a threaded barrel, which is commandeered by Major. This was more or less Batou's sidearm in the 1995 animated film. Cutter (Peter Ferdinando) also uses one with what appears to be a underbarrel laser sight attachment, as do Hanka bodyguard bots in the opening shootout.
Izhmekh MP-446 Viking
Smith & Wesson Model 29
Chiappa Rhino 60DS
Togusa (Chin Han) wields a Chiappa Rhino 60DS in the film. This is the modern (and much more accessible) equivalent to the Mateba style revolvers he carries in the animated films, which share the same designer and many design elements.
Section 9 Submachine Gun (Heckler & Koch MP5K)
Various members of Section 9 including Batou (Pilou Asbæk), Togusa (Chin Han), Saito (Yutaka Izumihara), Ishikawa (Lasarus Ratuere) and Ladriya (Danusia Samal) carry submachine guns resembling the Heckler & Koch UMP. However, on closer inspection of the ejection port these submachine guns are actually Heckler & Koch MP5Ks inside a futuristic shell. Saito's submachine gun is fitted with an ACOG and suppressor.
IMI Micro Uzi
Modified Mini Uzis
As in the 1995 film, gunmen use submachine guns disguised as briefcases. However, instead of Steyr SPPs, the weapons are now modified IMI Mini Uzis. A gunman wields a pair of unmodified ones, save for wraps on the handguards, and a character named Skinny Man fires a highly modified Mini Uzi in a shell, likely designed to strengthen the gun's frame for use with High-Velocity rounds.
Briefcase Mini Uzi
Yakuza Shooter Mini Uzis
Skinny Man Uzi
At least one of the briefcase guns is a modified and shortened Thompson M1A1.
Sterling L2A3 Mk.4
A Yakuza gunman at the bar uses a Sterling L2A3 Mk.4 submachine gun.
Crye Precision SIX12
The shotgun used by Batou (Pilou Asbæk) is a modified Crye Precision SIX12, fitted with the enlarged handguard of the integrally suppressed variant and a cover over the top rail. This shotgun is also used by Borma (Tawanda Manyimo).
The Bartender uses a slightly decorated pistol-gripped Remington 870.
Major's Police Bike Tavor SMG (IWI X95)
The Major (Scarlett Johansson) also uses a "Police Bike Tavor SMG", which is based on the IWI X95. It seems like this weapon is meant to represent the fictional CZN-M22 used in the 1995 film, which was primarily based on the FN P90. Despite being identified as a submachine gun, the props used for the film presumably still fired 5.56x45mm NATO intermediate cartridges, rather than handgun cartridges.
When Batou and Major go to Hanka Robotics, a large robot guard stands watch with a slightly fictional M4A1.
CSA Sa vz. 58 Compact
One of the Garbage Men uses a CSA Sa vz. 58 Compact in what seems to be a hardened shell used to bolster the gun's frame while using High-Velocity rounds.
Hanka-hired mercenaries use a completely custom carbine, similar in appearance to the 9A-91.
Saito uses an anti-materiel rifle that seems to be made from a Remington Model 700 Tactical Chassis rifle put into a futuristic shell.