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Starship Operators

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Starship Operators (2005)

Starship Operators is a thirteen episode television series from the anime studio J.C.Staff based on the science-fiction novel by Ryo Mizuno.

The following weapons were used in the anime series Starship Operators:

Walther PPK

Renna Satomi carries a pair of Walther PPK pistols in a pair of concealed thigh holsters. She hands one to Akiho Maya during the crew's escape from Shu.

Walther PPK - .380 ACP
Renna reveals one of her PPKs.
Akiho hesitantly accepts the Walther PPK.
Renna draws her second PPK.
Renna aims her PPK at a pair of Shu soldiers.

SIG-Sauer P226

Sinon uses a SIG-Sauer P226 pistol during the crew's escape from Shu. Either due to a lack of research or as an act of artistic license, the pistol's decock lever is treated as a safety switch.

A factory black (K-Kote) SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm.
Sinon flicks the "safety" off on her P226.
Sinon with her P226.

Futuristic Submachine Gun

Several government personnel, mostly security and police officers, are seen using a fictional bullpup submachine gun, most notably in episode 8 and 9. A variant capable of operating in a vacuum is seen in episode 10. A third long-barreled variant is seen in the hands of UN soldiers during the finale.

One of the bullpup SMGs.
A rebelling security officer fires his submachine gun.
A terrorist with a space-ready SMG.
One of the terrorists fires a vacuum-capable SMG.
A squad of UN soldiers storm the Galaxy Network's main broadcast station.

Unnamed Sniper Rifle

During the crew's escape from Shu, Imari uses a quick-takedown sniper rifle to disable the a base's power grid.

Imari with her newly-assembled sniper rifle.
Imari aims the sniper rifle at one of the base's generators.
A good side-profile view of the sniper rifle.
A closeup of the sniper rifle's lower receiver and trigger group.
Imari fires the rifle.

Futurized Howa Type 89

During the attack on the Amaterasu at the AGI dock, several of the ship's crew members use a futurized version of the Howa Type 89 assault rifle to defend the ship.

Howa Type 89 - 5.56x45mm.
A member of the Amaterasu's crew aims their futurized Howa Type 89.
Arei Hisaka with a futurized Type 89.
Sei with a futurized Type 89.
Arei advances with her futurized Type 89.

Rocket Launcher

One of the terrorists that attacks the Amaterasu at the AGI spaceport uses a fictional rocket launcher.


GE M134 Minigun

Several AGI guards are seen aiming GE M134 Miniguns at the Amaterasu after the crew's welcome is revoked.

General Electric M134 - 7.62x51mm

Power Loader Machine Gun

Several Power Loaders (an obvious shout-out to Aliens) that the Amaterasu's crew uses while docked at the AGI port are inexplicably equipped with some form of rotary gun concealed by a full-length barrel shroud.

A shot of the Power Loader's machine gun.
Cisca operates the Power Loader's weapon controls.
A shot of the Power Loader's gunsight.

Steyr TMP

Hans Georg Herman's men are seen using Steyr TMP submachine guns during the finale.

Steyr TMP - 9x19mm

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