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Mobile Suit Gundam 00

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Mobile Suit Gundam 00 (2007 - 2008)
Mobile Suit Gundam 00: Season 2 (2008 - 2009)

Mobile Suit Gundam 00 is the fourteenth television series in the Gundam franchise (dating back to 1979). It represents several landmarks for the franchise, being the first Gundam title to take place in the Anno Domini era (rather than the fictional future calendars of past and future series) and the first Gundam television series to be broadcast in high definition and a widescreen format. 00 is also unusual in that while most Gundam series consist of a single 45 to 55 episode season, 00 is split into two separate 25 episode seasons.

The following weapons were used in the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam 00:


Caseless Pistol

Most members of Celestial Being are issued identical (fictional) caseless semi-auto pistols. The Innovators also use this as their main sidearm.

Setsuna aims his caseless pistol.
Lockon Stratos with his caseless pistol.

Fictional Semi-Auto Pistol

A fictional semi-auto pistol is seen several times in the series in the hands of various characters.

An Authorized Firearms Officer draws his sidearm in "Indiscriminate Retaliation" (S01E08).
Ali Al-Saachez draws his pistol on the Gundam Throne pilots in "Trans-Am" (S01E22).
Setsuna uses his pistol (outfitted with a compensator) to interrogate an A-LAWs personnel in "The Angels' Second Advent" (S02E01).
Setsuna with his compensated semi-auto pistol.
Allelujah Haptism/Hallelujah with a semi-auto pistol in the first Season 2 opening credit sequence.
A pro-Conservative assassin, disguised as a maid, attempts to fire a pistol at Marina in "Return of a Saint" (S1E13).

A-Laws Pistol

Most A-Laws officers carry a fictional SA/DA pistol based heavily on the Ruger P-series pistol.

Sergei Smirnov fires his sidearm into the air in "Reunion and Separation" (S02E07).
Louise Halevy threatens Saji with her sidearm.
Billy Katagiri pulls his sidearm.

Compact Pistol

Setsuna is seen using a fictional compact pistol during flashbacks to his "recruitment" into Ali Al-Saachez's holy war.

Setsuna aims the pistol at his parents.


A Katharon fighter appears to be armed with a M1911A1 pistol in "Scars".

The actual M1911A1 Pierce Brosnan used in The World Is Not Enough - .45 ACP
A Katharon guerrilla brandishes a pistol that looks like a M1911A1 in "Scars" (S02E06).

Walther P5

Alejandro Corner uses a gold-plated Walther P5 pistol during the final act of season 1.

Walther P5 - 9x19mm
Alejandro about to touch the slide of the P5. Note the missing decock lever.
Alejandro racks the slide on his P5.


Unknown Pocket Revolver

In "Twistedness of Innocence" (S02E08), Tieria Erde carries an unidentified pocket revolver in his stocking while infiltrating a party dressed as a woman.

Tieria reaches for his revolver.
Tieria fires his revolver.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch SMG

One of the Katharon guards in "Homeland Burning" (S02E05) is armed with a Heckler & Koch SMG.

Heckler & Koch SMG II - 9x19mm
A smiling Katharon guerrilla armed with the HK SMG.

Fictional Submachine Gun

A fictional submachine gun is seen in the hands of armed mercenaries in "Return of the Saint" (S01E13). Its design (At least the magazine well and magazine) resembles the Arsenal Shipka.

An armed mercenary prepares to fire his submachine gun after being ambushed.
Good closeup of the submachine guns while being fired at Hong Long.

Assault Rifles


During the closing credit sequence in Season 2, Setsuna is seen walking through a battlefield with hundreds of graves marked by rifles buried in the ground, many of which are AK-47 rifles.

Final Production version of the III AK-47 with laminated stock - 7.62x39mm
AK-47s are used as grave markers.


In addition the the AK-47s, several M16A1 rifles are seen in the battlefield graveyard.

M16A1 with 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm.
M16A1s are used as grave markers.

Bullpup Rifles

A handful of fictional bullpup rifles are seen during the later half of the second season.

During "Prelude to Tragedy", most of Hercury's men are armed with a fictional bullpup rifle.
Sumeragi Lee Noriega retrieves a bullpup rifle from the Ptolemaios II armory.
Sumeragi confronts Billy Katagiri aboard the Ptolemaios II.

Fictional Rifle

Most of the assault rifles seen in the series are fictional assault rifles. The gas block of this particular model is located beneath the barrel (similar to the Springfield M14 Rifle or M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle), the bolt is operated via a tab located slightly behind the ejection port, and the stock is a thumbhole design similar to the stock on a SVD Dragunov. Some of these rifles have bayonets affixed to the barrels.

A rifle lays discarded in the aftermath of the Krugis civil war.
Setsuna with an assault rifle in a reoccurring flashback to his first encounter with the GN-000 0 Gundam.
A closeup of the receiver of Setsuna's rifle.
A squad of guerrilla fighters take aim at GN-002.
A loyalist Azadistani soldier guards a blockade in front of the Azadistani Royal Palace during anti-reformist protests.
An armed looter shoots a helpless civilian before escaping with stolen goods.
Mercenaries (left and right) armed with Kalashnikov-based assault rifles after being threatened by Hong Long.

Sniper Rifles

Modified Sako TRG-42

In "Return Of The Saint" (S01E13), Lockon uses a Sako TRG-42 (outfitted with a birdcage style flash hider and a bipod different from the standard TRG bipod, as well as some sort of cover over the barrel underneath the scope) from the cockpit of Gundam GN-002.

Sako TRG-42 - .300 Winchester.
The barrel, bipod and flash hider of Lockon's sniper rifle.
Lockon aiming his rifle.

Machine Guns

M61 Vulcan

A number of GE M61 Vulcan machine guns housed in futuristic versions of the Phalanx CIWS are seen during a demonstration of the AEU-09 Enact mobile suit in S1E01.

GE M61 Vulcan 20mm Cannon in a Phalanx mounting.
An automated M61 takes aim at the approaching AEU-09 M.S.
The M61s fire at the prototype Enact.

Futuristic LMG

During the siege on the Africa Tower orbital elevator, some of Hercury's men guarding the lift trains are armed with fictional light machine guns with drum magazines.

Rogue ESF soldiers armed with futuristic LMGs.

Rocket Launchers


One of the guerrilla fighters in S1E08 tries to use a RPG-7 against GN-002 Gundam Dynames.

RPG-7 - 40mm
The guerrilla fighter makes the worst mistake of his life.

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