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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure - Season 2

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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (S2) - 2014-2015

The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the anime series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure:


Nambu Model 60

In Episode 1 ("A Man Possessed by an Evil Spirit"), Japanese police officers carry the Nambu Model 60. Jotaro Kujo also takes one of these revolvers.

Nambu Model 60 - .38 Special
Star Platinum grabs the policeman's Nambu Model 60.
The revolver's lanyard loop snaps.
The policeman watches his revolver move away.
Star Platinum takes the revolver.
Star Platinum hands the revolver to Jotaro.
Jotaro holds the revolver.
Jotaro points the Nambu at the policemen.
Jotaro points the revolver at himself.
Jotaro places his thumb on the hammer.
Jotaro cocks the hammer. The cylinder visibly rotates as he does so.
Holly Kujo watches Jotaro point the revolver at himself.
Jotaro fires.
Star Platinum holds the fired bullet. Note the rifling marks in the bullet's jacket.
Jotaro holds the revolver, while looking at the fired bullet in Star Platinum's hand.
Jotaro looks at the revolver.
Jotaro puts the Nambu through the cell's bars.
Jotaro lowers the revolver.
Jotaro spins the revolver.
Jotaro offers the revolver back to the policemen.

The Emperor

In Episode 10, "Emperor and Hanged Man, Part 1", Hol Horse's Stand, The Emperor is a fictional revolver seemingly based on the LAPD 2019 Blaster, with the pistol grip based on the CZ-75, capable of materializing at will and manipulating projectiles mid-air. The Emperor later appears in Episode 11 ("Emperor and Hanged Man, Part 2"), Episode 14 ("Justice, Part 1"), Episode 15 ("Justice, Part 2"), and considerably later in Episodes 36 ("Hol Horse and Boingo, Part 1") and 37 ("Hol Horse and Boingo, Part 2").

The LAPD 2019 Blaster prop from Blade Runner
Hol Horse summons The Emperor.
Hol Horse moves his hand. Being a Stand, The Emperor is not wholly physical, and Hol Horse is frequently shown passing his fingers through it.
Hol Horse shifts his revolver.
Hol Horse aims his revolver at a snake. It lacks sights, though its ability to guide projectiles renders them somewhat unnecessary.
A close-up shot of The Emperor's trigger.
Hol Horse fires his revolver. Its projectiles create rings of distorted air as they fly.
Hol Horse summons The Emperor while facing Jean Pierre Polnareff. Note how the cylinder is not aligned with the barrel or hammer like a normal revolver, with a metal sphere sitting where the cylinder would normally go.
Hol Horse aims and cocks his revolver.
Hol Horse fires the revolver.
A fired bullet curving around Silver Chariot's sword. Note the rifling marks in the center portion of the bullet.
Hol Horse holding The Emperor.

Enfield No. 2

In Episode 12, "The Empress", Indian police use revolvers; while they are not seen clearly enough to make a definitive ID, context makes the most likely option the Enfield No. 2.

Enfield No. 2 - .38 S&W

Colt 1851 Navy

In Episode 14, "Justice, Part 1", the dead man seen at the beginning of the episode holds a Colt 1851 Navy revolver.

Colt 1851 Navy - .36 ball

Stechkin APB

In Episode 32, "Sethan's Alessi, Part 1", Alessi wields a Stechkin APB with a non-standard underbarrel rail and suppressor. He fires it eight times, then re-holsters it and never uses it again.

Stechkin APB - 9x18mm Makarov

Ithaca 37

In Episode 26, "Hol Horse and Boingo, Part 1", the man escorting a woman through the desert carries an Ithaca 37 shotgun. He is never seen using it.

Ithaca 37 - 12 gauge

Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun

In Episode 47, "DIO's World, Part 3", Nukesaku uses a Sawn-off Double Barreled Shotgun of unknown make and model to test the power of DIO's Stand, The World.

Remington Spartan (sawn-off) - 12 gauge

Browning Hi-Power

Later on in Episode 47, Egyptian police officers are seen using pistols resembling the Browning Hi-Power, albeit drawn somewhat inconsistently.

Browning Hi-Power - 9x19mm

Glock 18C

In a continuity error, the Egyptian police officers' sidearms turn into Glock 18C machine pistols, colored as though they had wooden grips. In one particular shot, one of the pistols visibly has a thumb relief cut into the frame, making it a third-generation model, and thus anachronistic (as Stardust Crusaders takes place in 1987, when Glocks would have still been in their first generation).

Glock 18C (third generation) - 9x19mm

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