Loki - Season 1
In the first season, Loki is arrested by the TVA (Time Variance Authority) organization for violating the Sacred Timeline. The God of Mischief, who is sentenced to a "reset", is saved by TVA agent Mobius M. Mobius, who offers to use him in the investigation of the case of the other Variant, who constantly attacks the Minutemen's squads. However, during the investigation, friends and enemies change and Loki forever changes his attitude towards life.
The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Loki:
In a flashback to the events from Avengers: Endgame in "Glorious Purpose" (S1E01), Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) from the original timeline, wearing STRIKE uniform, carries what appears to be a Glock 17 pistol in a thigh holster.
When Agent Mobius (Owen Wilson) shows Loki parts of his life in "Glorious Purpose" (S1E01), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) reloads her Glock 26 again as seen during the events of The Avengers (2012).
Police officers surrounding the plane holds unrecognizable pistols when D.B Cooper (actually Loki, who identified himself as D.B Cooper) hijacks the plane with a bomb in "Glorious Purpose" (S1E01).
Several Bofors 40mm autocannons are installed on U.S. Navy destroyer escort USS Eldridge in The Void in "Journey Into Mystery" (S1E05). The crew of the ship tries to repulse Alioth by shooting at him, but this does not bring any results, and everyone who was on the ship dies.
In a flashback to the events from Avengers: Endgame at the beginning of "Glorious Purpose" (S1E01), a US Army Humvee with a mounted Browning M2HB is briefly seen in the news report on the Stark video wall as the Hulk storms through the Stark building lobby.
Oerlikon 20mm Cannon
In addition to Bofors, Oerlikon 20mm Cannons are installed on the upper deck of U.S. Navy destroyer escort USS Eldridge in The Void in "Journey Into Mystery" (S1E05).
Grenades & Explosives
One of the Shuroo residents, who missed the Ark, throws a Molotov cocktail at the crowd of Lamentis-1 Guards and civilians when the Ark begins to take off at the end of "Lamentis" (S1E03).
Destroyer Armor Prototype Gun
Several Helicarrier's weapons are seen in the background in The Void when Loki runs towards Alioth at the end of "Journey Into Mystery" (S1E05).
The TVA soldiers called Minutemen use the reset charges, a device used to erase alternate timelines from existence. One of the Minutemen (Philip Fornah) sets up a charge after arresting Loki in Gobi Desert, Mongolia in "Glorious Purpose" (S1E01). At the end of the episode, another Minutemen sets up a reset charge during an 1858 Salina, Oklahoma investigation after finding an anachronistic Quantum Ore Shovel created by A.I.M. . However, they do not have time to activate the reset charge due to the attack of the cloaked Variant. The last surviving Hunter U-92 (Derek Russo) reaches for the charge, but Variant kills him. Minuteman 200914867365 (Chris Brewster) from Hunter C-20's (Sasha Lane) squad wears a backpack with reset charges while visiting Oshkosh, Wisconsin in 1985. Variant steals a backpack after attacking a squad of Minutemen. The Minuteman (Philip Fornah) sets up a reset charge during the investigation of Loki and Mobius, and the same Minuteman continues to carry a bag of reset charges in Roxxcart Mall in Haven Hills, Alabama. After luring the TVA agents into a trap at the end of "The Variant" (S1E02), Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) launches modified charges and dispatches them via Timedoor portals to various locations. One of the Minutemen carries the backpack with reset charges during the arrest of young Sylvie (Cailey Fleming) at the beginning of "The Nexus Event" (S1E04). Another Minuteman leading Loki to the Time Cell also has a bag of charges on his chest. In "For All Time. Always." (S1E06), when He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors) tells his story, unknown material visualizes his words, in particular, the creating of reset charges and other TVA gadgets.
The Lamentian homesteader (Susan Gallagher) uses a cannon to defend her home from Loki and Sylvie in "Lamentis" (S1E03).
A certain bomb with hieroglyphs is seen when four different Lokis walk in The Void in "Journey Into Mystery" (S1E05).
Chrysler TV-8 Tank
An abandoned Chrysler TV-8 prototype tank is seen in The Void during Loki's skirmish with Alioth at the end of "Journey Into Mystery" (S1E05).
An abandoned Focke-Wulf Triebflügel prototype rocket plane is seen in The Void in "Journey Into Mystery" (S1E05). As a bit of trivia, the flying HYDRA rocket plane that the Red Skull flies in during the events of Captain America: The First Avenger was based on the Focke-Wulf Triebflügel prototype.
A mythical U.S. Navy destroyer escort USS Eldridge, featured in many speculations about "Philadelphia Experiment", emerges from a portal and falls to the ground in The Void in "Journey Into Mystery" (S1E05). The ship's crew turns their guns and opens fire on Alioth. But this is useless, since the creature is a living cloud, and the ship, together with the crew, turns into the lifeless remains.