Stella Women’s Academy, High School Division Class C³.
From left to right: Karila Hatsuse, Honoka Mutsu, Yachiyo Hinata, Sonora Kashima, Yura Yamato, and Rento Kirishima. (July 4, 2013 - September 26, 2013)
Stella Women’s Academy, High School Division Class C³ is a story of Yura Yamato in the prestigious Stella Women's Academy. Yura has a hard time making friends with the other girls around until she bumps into Rento Kirishima, who tries to recruit Yura into the school's airsoft club, C³ (derived from command, control, and communications). The club currently consists of Rento, Karila Hatsuse, Honoka Mutsu, Yachiyo Hinata, and Sonora Kashima (President and Yura's roommate). The story revolves around Yura's interactions with the C³ Club's members and activities.
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Note: As this anime is about the sport of airsoft, all of the guns in the show are airsoft replicas, with the exception of a Desert Eagle wielded by Sonora in the first episode.
The following weapons were used in the anime series Stella Women's Academy, High School Division Class C3:
A Glock 17 was given to Yura Yamato by Sonora Kashima in Episode 2, and she uses it as her sidearm for the rest of the show.
Sonora pulls the Glock 17 out of a broken cello. The only plausible explanation for the loaded Glock being there is that she planted it specifically for this match. (Ep.2)
The Glock attached to a string as a distraction. (Ep.2)
Yura holding the G17 in one of her immersive visions. Her lack of experience around guns is evident here with her strange grip and stance. (Ep.2)
Yura with her G17 during her first tournament. (Ep.3)
A close up of the Glock's slide cycling at the firing range. (Ep.6)
Yura's G17 water pistol, which is exceptionally detailed for what it is. (Ep.6)
Karila looks mournfully at Yura's G17. (Ep.11)
IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX
Sonora Kashima, president of the C³ Club, uses two chromed Desert Eagle Mark XIXs as her weapons of choice, and uses a real one while at a shooting competition in the US. She carries them in an unidentified leather horizontal shoulder holster. Rin Haruna, leader of the team from Meisei Girls' Academy, uses two black Desert Eagles as her sidearms. Both Sonora and Rin have had their respective pairs of Desert Eagles since they were very young. Miyagi Mochizuki of Team KGB uses a chrome Desert Eagle with 10-inch barrel and custom rear sight, safety, and grips. This Desert Eagle, called the "Leon Custom" by Tokyo Marui, is a replica of a pistol from the Resident Evil series.
IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX with chrome finish - .50AE
Sonora Kashima shooting a real Desert Eagle overseas. (Ep.1)
Sonora racks her Desert Eagle in the opening. (OP)
Sonora's Desert Eagle on a bed. (Ep.1)
A good close-up of the Desert Eagle. (Ep.3)
Sonora proudly wields her Desert Eagle. Here you can see the airsoft gas valve on the bottom of the magazine. (Ep.3)
Sonora dual-wields her Desert Eagles in the finale. (Ep.12)
Sonora coolly dual-wields her Desert Eagles. (Ep.12)
Like Yura's G17, Sonora has a very detailed Desert Eagle water pistol. (Ep.6)
IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE
Sonora and Rin Haruna face off in the opening sequence. Sonora looks like she was supposed to have her second pistol, but doesn't. (OP)
Rin loads her Desert Eagle. (Ep.8)
Rin's uses her Desert Eagle during the 24-hour tournament. (Ep.8)
Rin takes aim on Yura with her Desert Eagle. (Ep.8)
Rin fires her Desert Eagle at her team's firing range. (Ep.9)
Rin tests Yura's resolve, while firing her second Desert Eagle without looking
and still scoring perfect shots!
Rin and Sonora kicking ass as children dual-wielding freaking Desert Eagles
when Sonora explains how their rivalry began. With the setting being in America, the airsoft Desert eagles have the mandatory orange-tip at the end of the muzzle. (Ep.9)
Rin shows off her holstered Desert Eagles in her intro at the Field Queen Contest. (Ep.13)
TM Desert Eagle Mark XIX "Leon Custom" - 6mm BB
Miyagi Mochizuki, on the right, uses her "Leon Custom" Desert Eagle. (Ep.8)
TM Strike Warrior
Karila Hatsuse uses a Tokyo Marui Strike Warrior as her sidearm. This M1911-based pistol features the distinctive slide of a Detonics Combat Master, but on full-size frame, while is otherwise almost entirely custom/aftermarket parts.
Tokyo Marui Strike Warrior - 6mm BB
Detonics Combat Master - .45 ACP
Karila Hatsuse blind fires her Strike Warrior. (Ep.1)
Close-up of Karila's Strike Warrior. (Ep.8)
Karila with her Strike Warrior on the left. (Ep.9)
Karila dual-wields Yura's G17 and her own Strike Warrior, roleplaying as Sonora. (Ep.11)
Karila shows a customer of their Cosplay Shooting Cafe how to use her Strike Warrior. (Ep.6)
Colt MK IV Series '70
Honoka Mutsu, a member of the C³ Club, uses a Colt MK IV Series '70 as her secondary weapon.
Colt MK IV Series '70 - .45 ACP
Honoka Mutsu dual-wields MK IV Series '70s in her imagination, though she only actually has one. (Ep.1)
Honoka briefs Yura on the basics while holding her Series '70. (Ep.1)
Honoka aiming her Series '70. Note the grips have the gold Colt logo. (Ep.1)
Honoka fires her MK IV on the move, showing the slide cycling. (Ep.1)
A customer tries out Honoka's Colt in the C³ Club's firing range booth in a fair. Although the patron says it's his first time using an airsoft gun, the animators did their best to make sure everyone knows basic gun safety. (Ep.6)
Sonora is reading a magazine with a Series '70 on the cover. (Ep.7)
TM Glock 26 Advance
Rento Kirishima uses a Tokyo Marui Glock 26 Advance as her sidearm, a fictional customized Glock 26 fitted with a compensator, rear target sight, and extended magazine. The same handgun also appears in Resident Evil: Degeneration.
Tokyo Marui G26 Advance - 6mm BB
Rento Kirishima holds her Glock 26 Advance. (Ep.1)
Rento dual-wields Glock 26As in her imagination. Like Honoka she doesn't have a second pistol in reality. (Ep.1)
Rento reloads her empty Glock, showing off the compensator assembly. (Ep.1)
Rento charges Karila's position with her G26A. (Ep.1)
In Yura's imagination, Rento's pistol becomes a real one, making it a fictional pistol firing live rounds. (Ep.1)
Yachiyo Hinata uses a SIG-Sauer P228 as her main sidearm. This is the only gun regularly used by a member of the C³ Club that is not made by Tokyo Marui; it is made by WE.
Yachiyo Hinata with her SIG-Sauer P228. The lighting in this shot makes it look nickel-plated. (Ep.1)
Yachiyo's P228 turns into a Glock 17 in this one shot in a continuity error. This shot appears to have been added to the scene late, which likely contributed to the error. (Ep.1)
An enthusiastic Yachiyo aims her P228 at where she thought Karila was... (Ep.1)
Only to discover she's been outplayed. (Ep.1)
Yachiyo, second from the front, readies her P228. Even though it is designed to be a compact gun, it looks pretty big due to Yachiyo's small stature. (Ep.9)
Yachiyo lubricates the P228's blowback unit inside the slide. (Ep.10)
Springfield Armory XDᴹ-40 4.5
The team from Meisei Girls' Academy uses the XDᴹ-40 4.5 as their sidearm, and it is issued out to all members of the team. Although the team is always referred to my their school name, they actually do have a team name: "Dangan Uchuu", which translates to "Hail Of Bullets". It's never spoken, but is seen on the wall behind Rin's desk at their firing range.
Springfield Armory XDᴹ 4.5 - .40 S&W
Hail Of Bullets with their XDᴹ-40s out on the firing range. From left to right, they are Anna, Maya, Kyouko, Kazuha, and Chisato. Maya's XDᴹ can be seen cycling here. (Ep.9)
Another angle of the range, this time with Kyouko's pistol mid-cycle. In this shot in the airing show, the pistols were all Desert Eagles; the animator most likely used Rin's Desert Eagle as a reference by mistake, but it was fixed in the blu-ray release. (Ep.9)
Yura draws her XDᴹ in combat, needing something smaller than her MP5K-PDW. (Ep.10)
Yura fires her XDᴹ at the Hail Of Bullets range. (Ep.10)
Yura training with her XDᴹ, as Chisato and Rin discuss Yura's exceptional technical skill; Chisato serves as Rin's second-in-command. The lighting makes the pistol appear to have a two-tone finish in this scene. (Ep.10)
Yura holds onto a Beretta M9 while participating in her first airsoft battle. This Tokyo Marui pistol has M9 trademarks, rather the 92FS's trademarks.
Yura holding the M9. (Ep.1)
Akane Seto uses two red Glock 26s. They are part of Tokyo Marui's "Gindan" series, which are low-powered airsoft pistols intended for children between the age of 10 and 18, and are available in various bright colours along with the standard black and two-tone silver finishes. In real life however, these pistols would be a poor choice to bring to a game as primary weapons due to their extremely low velocity and range.
TM Gindan Series G26 (Red) - 6mm BB
Moe Seto and Akane Seto fire their PPK/S and Glock 26, respectively. While the weapons are hard to distinguish here, features present later in the episode and the shooting sound show that they are TM Gindan series pistols. (Ep.5)
Akane Seto aims her pink Glock 26s. (Ep.5)
Akane gets hit, showing the lack of a safety lever on the slide, which along with the square slide show that it is the Glock. (Ep.5)
Moe Seto, similar to her twin, uses a blue PPK/S, also part of Tokyo Marui's "Gindan" series. A black PPK/S can be seen on the back of a "Field Queen Contest" poster.
TM Gindan Series PPK/S (Blue) - 6mm BB. To avoid trademark issues Marui replaced "Walther" with "Waffen" and "PPK/S" with "PPKSS".
Moe and Akane fire their PPK/S and Glock 26, respectively. Note that their hair accessories match their pistols. (Ep.5)
Moe Seto and Midori Seto get hit out while the former holds her blue PPK/S. The PPK/S safety lever and Walther logo can be seen here. (Ep.5)
Moe fires her PPK/S, showing off the distinctive muzzle. (Ep.5)
Sonora holds up the poster with a normal PPK/S at the bottom. (Ep.13)
The members of the Stella Women's Academy High School Regiment (as named by Rento) are all armed with FN Five-seveNs as their standard issue sidearm.
A whole line of Stellas' Five-seveNs. Look at 'em all. (Ep.12)
A Five-seveN in a locker; note the distinctive airsoft traits of the top of the magazine. (Ep.12)
A Five-seveN being pulled out of a drawer. (Ep.12)
A Stella student loads her Five-seveN. (Ep.12)
A Stella student demonstrates both exceptional trigger and muzzle discipline while running. (Ep.12)
A pair of Stella students burst out a window, one armed with a Five-seveN. (Ep.12)
We're gonna go out on a limb and assume they're ALL equipped with Five-seveNs. GOD DAMN look at 'em all!
A Field Queen Contest participant going by the name Anne Bonny, a reference to the famous female pirate of the same name, appropriately uses a Flintlock Pistol. Although not particularly detailed, it is most likely the Hawkins 1748 replica made by KTW. While that model would be anachronistic for the character she's roleplaying, the KTW Hawkins 1878 is the only widespread airsoft flintlock pistol, making it the only real option for someone cosplaying a pirate and in need of a flintlock pistol.
Hawkins 1748 flintlock pistol. This is a Denix made non-firing replica of the one George Washington used.
Anne Bonny with her 1748 as she gets hit by Yura in a battle summary. (Ep.13)
Beretta 92FS Brigadier "Samurai Edge"
The customized Beretta 92FS Brigadier from the Resident Evil series appears to be used by Kiku Nagato, who is cosplaying Jill Valentine (specifically her Resident Evil 3: Nemesis outfit) in the Field Queen Contest. Tokyo Marui makes a whole line of customized guns from the Resident Evil series, which is known as Biohazard in Japan.
TM Beretta 92FS Brigadier "Samurai Edge" - 6mm BB
Kiku Nagato surrenders to Rin Haruna, holding up her exceptionally generic-looking pistol. However, given her outfit it can be assumed this is a Samurai Edge pistol; the proportions are also consistent with a 92FS, along with the slightly extended barrel. (Ep.13)
Maiotome Ise uses a Mauser C96 in the Field Queen Contest.
Maiotome Ise aims her C96 at Honoka, who just took her out. (Ep.13)
Heckler & Koch USP
Though not especially detailed and incorrectly having forward cocking serrations (possibly to cover trademarks), a USP is seen in Sonora's drawer in Episode 1.
Heckler & Koch USP - .45 ACP
The USP's front end sticking up in Sonora's drawer. Some airsoft speed loaders, gear, batteries, airsoft gas cans, M1911 magazines, a 7.62mm magazine, and another magazine are also visible. (Ep.1)
Colt M1908 Vest Pocket
A box for a Colt M1908 Vest Pocket is seen in Sonora's closet.
Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket - .25 ACP
The M1908VP box on the top right, above the boonie hat. Note that it has "Colt 25" printed on it. (Ep.1)
A Beretta 93R can be seen hanging on a gun wall in the club room.
The 93R hanging at the very top. (Ep.6)
TM Foliage Warrior
A Tokyo Marui Foliage Warrior hangs on a gun wall in the club room.
Tokyo Marui Foliage Warrior - 6mm BB
The Foliage Warrior on the right. (Ep.6)
An AMT Hardballer can be seen on a magazine that Sonora is reading in Episode 7.
The Hardballer on the top part of the back cover. Apparently it's a "King Bullet Long Model". (Ep.7)
Beretta Px4 Storm
Two Beretta Px4 Storms can be seen on the back of a Field Queen Contest poster.
Beretta Px4 Storm - 9x19mm
The two Px4s can be seen above the AUG, right beside the HK416. (Ep.13)
The barrel and front sight of some sort of target-type pistol can be seen up and to the right of the USP. (Ep.1)
The center player's pistol is fairly detailed, but what it is is unclear. (Ep.3)
In Yura's imagination in Episode 6, she and Sonora are wielding Colt M1873s, more commonly known as Single Action Armys, in a wild west shootout. Given that it's in Yura's imagination, the guns can be assumed to be authentic Colt M1873s and not one of the more modern clones.
Colt M1873 - .45 Long Colt
Yura imagines her Glock 17 water pistol as a Colt M1873. (Ep.6)
Yura aims her Single Action Army in the duel. (Ep.6)
Sonora aims her own nickel-plated M1873. (Ep.6)
Yura fires her M1873. (Ep.6)
Smith & Wesson Model 36
In the epilogue of Episode 5, Aoi is answering Moe and Akane's questions and one of the answers is a S&W Model 36.
Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
"What's it mean when they say 'A woman's always got somethin' up her sleeve?'" "They're talkin' about the M36 Chief's Special!" (Ep.5)
Smith & Wesson Model 19
In the 24-hour tournament, one of Team Detective's members uses a S&W Model 19 as his main weapon.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 - .357 Mag
Team Detective in character with their various revolvers. (Ep.7)
Seen at center-right in the above picture, this Team Detective member has a Model 19. (Ep.7)
A Colt Python can be seen hanging on one of the gun walls in the club room.
The stainless steel Python is hanging right in the middle. (Ep.6)
Smith & Wesson Model 10
During Honoka's briefing for the Rambo scenario in the first episode, the deputies are armed with S&W Model 10s. This is fitting, as this pistol did appear in First Blood.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 - .38 Special
The officers aim their Model 10s at Rambo. (Ep.1)
In the Rambo movie, the sheriff gets shot holding this revolver. (Ep.1)
Double Barreled Shotgun
Tae Aizu uses what appears to be a double barreled shotgun in the Field Queen Contest.
1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
Tae Aizu gets eliminated by Rento, who is throwing her AK-47 into the air in celebration. A notable detail is the rear end of the barrels, where they open, is visible. (Ep.13)
A Benelli M3 shotgun can be seen on a gun wall in the club room.
Benelli M3 Super 90 - 12 gauge
The Benelli M3 can be seen in the back gun rack on the very bottom. (Ep.9)
A poster in an airsoft shop shows an M3 crossed over a G3A3. The gun case on the left reuses the gun racks seen in the C³ club room. (Ep.7)
A Remington 870 appears in one of the gun shop booths at the 24 hour tournament.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 gauge
The 870 is at the top of the rack, above the M16 mascot. (Ep.7)
CZ vz. 61 Škorpion
Yura's new main weapon after Episode 3 is a vz. 61 Škorpion. Sonora's mentor wields the very same Škorpion during a flashback scene in Episode 2. Yura buys a drum magazine for it in Episode 7, which she uses in the 24 hour tournament.
CZ vz.61 Škorpion - .32 ACP
Airsoft-inspired Yura holding the vz. 61 Škorpion in the opening credits (OP).
Sonora's mentor, an American soldier, holds his vz. 61. Note the orange tip, which is only a requirement in the US. (Ep.2)
Yura is given the gun; Sonora specifically calls it a "vz. 61 Škorpion", and notes it being a famous Czechoslovakian machine pistol. (Ep.4)
Rento points out that the stock's appearance and folding function are how the Škorpion got its name. (Ep.4)
Rento uses the vz. 61 at the shrine/range. (Ep.4)
In one of Yura's immersive dreams, her Škorpion becomes real. Note that it's correctly set to semi. (Ep.4)
Yura fires a single shot from her live-fire vz. 61. Note the shell casing visible over the red flag. (Ep.4)
Yura trains with her vz. 61, actually using the stock. (Ep.7)
Yura takes on Rin with her vz. 61. (Ep.8)
Yura aims her drummed-out Škorpion at the other Stellas. (Ep.12)
Yura grins while holding her drum mag-equipped Škorpion. (Ep.12)
Karila Hatsuse uses an FN P90 as her main weapon.
Karila Hatsuse shows off her P90 and her excellent trigger safety. (Ep.1)
Karila's P90 on the ground. (Ep.2)
Confident in her victory, Karila reloads her P90 in Yura's immersive vision. (Ep.2)
Karila tries to suppress the enemy with her P90. (Ep.4)
Moments later, Rento's AK-47 and Karila's P90 become real in another one of Yura's visions. The P90 is only slightly
anachronistic on a WWII battlefield. (Ep.4)
Karila holds her P90, determined to retrieve
her bikini top
the flag. (Ep.5)
Karila enthusiastically delivers a flag to a 24 hour tournament official, P90 in hand. (Ep.8)
Karila's unloaded P90 sits on a table between rounds, along with Honoka's G36KA2 and Yura's vz. 61. (Ep.8)
Karila aims her P90 at the other Stellas. (Ep.12)
A confused Karila with her P90. (Ep.12)
M3A1 Grease Gun
Hail Of Bullets' team leader, Rin Haruna, uses an M3A1 as her main weapon. By process of elimination of the features found on the three airsoft M3 replicas (ICS, ARES, and S&T) Rin's is the S&T model. The ICS is a replica of the original M3, the ARES is an M3A1 but bizarrely also has the crank charging handle, and the S&T is a proper M3A1, but with a slightly-longer-than-correct pistol grip to fit its battery. Rin's lacks the crank and has the slightly longer pistol grip, making it the S&T.
M3A1 Grease Gun - .45 ACP
Rin Haruna with her M3A1 beside her former partner. Note the lack of a crank and shape of the stock. (Ep.3)
Rin provides covering fire with her Grease Gun as she motions for Kazuha and Chisato to advance. (Ep.3)
Close-up on its trigger. This is a good shot of the slightly longer pistol grip. (Ep.3)
Rin aims her M3A1. As on the real gun, the dust cover is also the safety; the gun will not fire if it's closed. (Ep.3)
Rin, along with Kazuha and Chisato, takes out one of the US Marines with her (mirrored) Grease Gun, note the cocking grooves on the bolt. Also visible are her two Desert Eagles, holstered on the back of her belt, as well as two spare magazine pouches for the M3A1 on her leg. (Ep.8)
Rin surrenders Yachiyo with her M3A1; this seems to be her preferred way of eliminating people. (Ep.13)
Rin aims her M3A1 in the Field Queen Contest. Sonora, who is a commentator along with Daishichi, notes that the sailor outfit is complemented by a Grease Gun. (Ep.13)
Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW
Members of the Hail Of Bullets airsoft team under Rin's command are all equipped with identical Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDWs, fitted with castle-style rear sights (more common to the standard MP5K), MP5 claw mount red dot scopes, Gemtech Raptor-II suppressors, and 15-round magazines. In one shot the optic is shown to have both night vision and zoom, though in reality it's a simple co-witness red dot sight. The weapon is standard issue, as new recruits get them and are required to return them when they leave the club.
MP5KA4 - 9x19mm. The team's PDWs feature the castle-style rear sight and short magazine seen here.
The MP5K-PDW makes its first appearance as a live fire gun in one of Yura's visions, complete with suppressed gunshots. (Ep.3)
Kyouko aims her MP5K-PDW. The grip of her holstered XDᴹ-40 can be seen as well. (Ep.3)
Maya with her identical MP5K. (Ep.3)
A view through the red dot sight, with its adjustable zoom, night vision, and fancy reticle. (Ep.8)
Yura making good use of her newly issued MP5K-PDW. (Ep.10)
Close-up of Maya firing her MP5K-PDW. (Ep.10)
Kazuha calls for a medic. Note that in this episode the suppressor is occasionally depicted as a generic thread-on suppressor, possibly due to using the wrong reference material. (Ep.10)
Aoi Seto uses a MAC M-10 as her primary, and a tournament competitor in Episode 3 uses one with a suppressor.
Military Armament Corporation M-10 - .45 ACP
Aoi Seto firing her MAC M-10. (Ep.5)
Aoi's M-10 on the flag post. (Ep.5)
Aoi runs with her M-10 in the 24 hour tournament. (Ep.8)
The guy on the left is holding an M-10 (Ep.3)
A good, but extremely brief close-up can be seen as Sonora takes him out. (Ep.3)
Momoka Seto and Midori Seto of Team Seto each use four MAC M-11s.
Military Armament Corporation M-11 - .380 ACP
Momoka Seto and Midori Seto open fire with their MAC M-11s. (Ep.5)
If akimbo is two guns, what's the term for four? (Ep.5)
Honoka gets sprayed on her nearly bare back by eight M-11s at once. That's going to leave a mark... or 50. (Ep.5)
Kinako Seto from Team Seto uses two Uzis as her main weapons.
Kinako Seto holding one of her Uzis with the rest of Team Seto. (Ep.5)
Kinako dual wielding Uzis. (Ep.5)
Kinako holds her Uzis in the air to say she's out. (Ep.5)
Heckler & Koch MP7A1
A tournament competitor uses an MP7A1 in Episode 3, and a few competitors in the 24 hour tournament also have them as well.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 - 4.6x30mm
A competitor aiming his MP7A1. Note how it is much larger in scale than the real version, so much so that the competitor can shoulder it despite the stock being collapsed all the way. (Ep.3)
This whole team is armed with MP7A1s fitted with EOTech 552 holosights. Note the reference
, though an M4A1/M203 combo would have been a better choice for everyone's favourite boonie hat-wearing, cigar-smoking, British badass. (Ep.8)
The female competitor on the left has an MP7A1 with a suppressor attached. Her pistol is not detailed enough to be IDed. (Ep.8)
The cover of an "ARMS Manual Book" has a man with an MP7 on it. It's a reused character model from the Episode 3 image, and the other person is a reuse of his teammate with the M4A1 with tan handguards from the same episode. (Ep.11)
A tournament competitor wields a Walther MPL with the stock removed in Episode 3.
Karila gets the attention of the MPL-wielding player. (Ep.3)
He fires at Karila's position... (Ep.3)
Only to be taken out by a hail of BBs from Yura's M4A1, earning her her first kill. (Ep.3)
A tournament competitor is shown firing his M1A1 Thompson in Episode 3, while couple of competitors in the 24 hour tournament are also seen with M1A1s. An info booklet included with the Japanese bluray releases includes a section covering the weapons of various teams, and lists Yoichi Mochizuki of Team KGB as using a Thompson, though by the time he first appears on-screen during the tournament he's carrying a flag for the team, with his Thompson nowhere to be seen.
A competitor firing the Thompson behind cover. (Ep.3)
The competitor on the left has a Thompson. The player beside him has a scoped pistol, and the one across has a regular pistol. (Ep.8)
The competitor on the left is resting with his Thompson. (Ep.8)
A M1 Thompson can be seen on a Field Queen Contest poster.
The M1 Thompson can be seen on the right side above the AUG. It is identified as a M1 by the lack of a rear sight guard that the M1A1 has. (Ep.13)
Steyr AUG A1
Sonora Kashima uses a Steyr AUG A1 as her main rifle.
Sonora Kashima's AUG is first seen in her closet, center-right. (Ep.1)
The first time Sonora is seen using the AUG. (Ep.4)
Sonora aims the AUG during the island assault. (Ep.5)
Sonora fires her AUG. Pink muzzle flash and tracers are the norm here for the C³ Club's guns. (Ep.11)
Sonora runs with her AUG. (Ep.11)
Sonora fires her AUG one-handed. Here we can see details on the side of the AUG. (Ep.12)
Sonora scopes in on Yura. (Ep.12)
Heckler & Koch G36KA2
Honoka Mutsu uses a Heckler & Koch G36KA2 as her main weapon. The A2 upgrades to the G36 are the replacement of the built-in red dot sight with a picatinny rail, a slightly different handguard made of aluminum that features attachment points for rails, and the shorter G36C stock. The Marui replica uses a standard stock instead of the C-length one, however most real G36A2s seem to still use the standard stock as well. Marui's G36KA2 also features SEF fire selector markings, which makes sense as a German Army rifle. Also worth noting is that another G36KA2 airsoft replica exists (made by VFC) which has identical features to the Marui, and it is officially licensed by Heckler & Koch, making this setup rather official.
Heckler & Koch G36K - 5.56x45mm
TM G36KA2; note the different carry handle and handguard, as well as the SEF markings. - 6mm BB
Honoka Mutsu cradles her H&K G36KA2 replica. (Ep.1)
A view through the G36KA2's 3x scope, with a reasonably accurate, though simplified reticle. (Ep.2)
Honoka is unimpressed by Yura and Sonora's attempted distraction. (Ep.2)
Honoka raises her G36KA2 in a group cheer. (Ep.3)
Honoka orders the team forward during the tournament. (Ep.3)
Honoka and Karila lay down BBs during the island match. (Ep.5)
Honoka with Yachiyo and Yura during the 24 hour tournament. (Ep.8)
Yachiyo and Honoka with their weapons. (Ep.12)
Honoka aims her G36KA2 at the other Stellas. (Ep.12)
Honoka loads up her G36KA2. (Ep.12)
Rento Kirishima uses an AK-47 as her main weapon. Team Grizzly from Hokkaido in the 24 hour tournament are all also equipped with AK-47s.
Rento Kirishima loads her AK-47 in the intro sequence. (OP)
Rento is first seen with her AK-47; note the good trigger safety. (Ep.2)
Rento reloads by knocking the old mag out with the new one. (Ep.3)
Rento sprays BBs with her AK-47. (Ep.3)
Rento's AK-47 turns real in one of Yura's visions, as Rento attempts to drag Yachiyo to cover. (Ep.3)
This may be one of the greatest pictures on this page. (Ep.12)
Rento aims her AK-47 at the other Stellas. (Ep.12)
A 24 hour tournament advertisement has an all-female team with black AK-47s, one with a scope. (Ep.7)
Team Grizzly with their black furniture AK-47s. (Ep.7)
A competitor facing Hail Of Bullets has an AK-47 with a drum magazine and bipod fitted. The shape of the stock shows that it's not an RPK. (Ep.10)
Howa Type 89-F
Yachiyo Hinata uses a Howa Type 89-F as her main weapon in games where her AWS would be impractical. While TM's replica comes standard with a bipod, Yachiyo has removed it from her rifle.
Howa Type 89-F - 5.56x45mm
Yachiyo Hinata holding her Type 89-F. (Ep.1)
Yachiyo providing cover fire with her Type 89-F. (Ep.3)
Yachiyo holding her Type 89-F during the beach assault. (Ep.5)
Yachiyo and Honoka collide during training, showing off the left side of the Type 89-F. (Ep.7)
Yachiyo's unloaded Type 89-F sits on a table. (Ep.12)
Yachiyo fires her Type 89-F at a confused Rento as the Stellas all fight each other. (Ep.12)
A good shot of Yachiyo and her Type 89-F. It looks really big for her size, but she could handle the length of the AWS so why not? (Ep.12)
A very confused Yachiyo holds her Type 89-F. (Ep.12)
Rento and Yachiyo ready their rifles. (Ep.12)
Yachiyo joins in the group cheer with her Type 89-F (Ep.12)
Yura uses an M4A1 as her first main weapon; she was first found playing with it while daydreaming in her room in Episode 1 and used it as her primary in Episode 2 and 3. Various competitors in the tournament and the 24 hour tournament are also seen using M4A1s.
Sonora teaching Yura how to use the M4A1. It's badly proportioned here, but looks great in Episode 3. (Ep.2)
Close up of the selector switch on Yura's M4A1. (Ep.2)
Yura holding her M4A1 at the tournament. (Ep.3)
Yura runs with her M4A1 at the tournament. (Ep.3)
Sonora takes on a whole team in the intro sequence; the players in the foreground have M4A1s, while those in the background appear to have AKs. (OP)
An M4 with a customized front end, ACOG, and pink paint is seen at the tournament. (Ep.3)
A competitor with her two-tone pink M4A1. This M4A1, called the Femme Fatale, is made by manufacturer G&G, though it comes with a SOPMOD stock rather than an LE one. (Ep.3)
A competitor with his M4A1, customized with a tan handguard, stock, and pistol grip. (Ep.3)
This M4-ish rifle seen in a 24 hour tournament advertisement has a rather stretched handguard, but has the barrel indent and collapsible stock of an M4A1, so it's likely just an art error, seeing as it's also completely lacking a magwell. (Ep.7)
A competitor with an M4A1 (or similar rifle) in the 24 hour tournament. (Ep.8)
A member of the USMC team gets hit with his M4A1, which is fitted with a full stock, rail system, Aimpoint sight, and vertical grip. The full stock is not an uncommon modification in airsoft, as this allows the rifle to fit a much larger battery. (Ep.8)
Suiting his personality, Daishichi Hamakaze of Team KGB uses a gold AKS-47 as his main weapon. These were limited production rifles made by airsoft manufacturer SRC.
Daishichi on the left with his gold AKS-47. (Ep.8)
Daishichi runs for cover, showing he also has a holstered pistol. (Ep.8)
Daishichi firing at Team Stella with his AKS-47. The selector switch is on semi throughout the whole scene, but he's firing full auto. (Ep.8)
TM AK-47 β-Spetsnaz
Karila's twin brother Aila Hatsuse of Team KGB, uses a Tokyo Marui AK-47 β-Spetsnaz (pronounced "Beta-Spetsnaz") as his main weapon.
Tokyo Marui AK-47 β-Spetsnaz - 6mm BB
Aila Hatsuse in the middle with his AK-47 β-Spetsnaz. (Ep.8)
Although chibified, Aila uses a sufficiently detailed AK-47β to win the first round. (Ep.13)
Aila hipfires his AK-47β at Rento. (Ep.13)
Aila takes on his sister while armed with his AK-47β in the Field Queen Contest. (Ep.13)
Custom AKs very close to AKMSUs appear several times, always in the exact same configuration; it's not unreasonable to assume they were modeled from a custom airsoft AK owned by someone involved in making the show. While airsoft replicas of the original MOD Pattern Room "AKMSU" model do exist, these weapons differ from them by having a standard AK top cover/rear sight, not having the unique handguard, and lacking a stock (though they're still built from AKS lower receivers, due to the stock attachment point). Put another way, they're AKS-47s with AKS-74U gas systems and no stocks, making them more similar to custom AKMSU-like models. Seira Yaguchi uses one with polymer furniture in the Field Queen Contest, a competitor on the first team faced in Episode 3 uses one, and nearly the entire team that Rin's Hail Of Bullets faces repeatedly in Episode 10 are armed with them.
Converted AKM pistol - 7.62x39mm
Seira Yaguchi uses her custom AK in the Field Queen Contest. (Ep.13)
A competitor runs from Rento's impressive grenade throw with his AKMSU. Given this isn't even 10 seconds into the match it's acceptable that his rifle is still on safe. (Ep.3)
The same competitor gets hit by Sonora's Desert Eagle while holding his AKMSU. (Ep.3)
Two players with their AKMSUs. (Ep.10)
The same team gears up for another match with their AKMSUs. (Ep.10)
A good closeup showing the attachment point for the stock, and the rifle set to full auto. (Ep.8)
Heckler & Koch HK416
A competitor has a HK416 in the 24 hour tournament. A HK416 can also be seen on a Field Queen Contest poster.
Heckler & Koch HK416 - 5.56x45mm
The competitor on the right has a HK416 fitted with a small red dot scope. (Ep.8)
The HK416 fitted with a red dot sight on the left, below the PSG-1 on the poster. (Ep.13)
The HK416 fitted with an EOTech holosight on the back of the poster, above the AUG. (Ep.13)
An M16A1 can be seen on a gun rack in the club room, and competitor can be seen with a M16A1 in the 24H tournament.
The competitor resting on the right has a M16A1 fitted with a three-prong flash hider. It's not an original M16 as it has a forward assist. (Ep.8)
The M16A1 can be seen in the background gun rack second from the top. (Ep.1)
A Stella Regiment member has an M16 aimed at the Stella club. The rifle clearly lacks a forward assist, and there is only one original M16 airsoft replica, a gas-powered rifle made by G&P; all other older-style M16 replicas are of the M16A1. Just like on real ones, the birdcage flash hider is an aftermarket part. Given how common it is for original M16s (or visually similar rifles) to be fitted with birdcage flash hiders, especially for film and TV, and that there is no airsoft replica of the M82A3 seen in the very next shot, it's highly likely that the animators used images of real rifles as reference for both of these guns, rather than airsoft versions.
Colt M16 with a birdcage flash hider - 5.56x45mm
A Stella student aiming an M16 with a birdcage flash hider. (Ep.12)
A FAMAS F1 can be seen in on a gun rack in the club room.
The FAMAS F1 can be seen on the gun rack on the very top. (Ep.1)
Competitors in Honoka's briefing on the rules of the 24 hour tournament are armed with L85s.
Enfield L85A2 - 5.56x45mm
Although not very detailed, L85's have a pretty distinctive design. (Ep.8)
A FN SCAR-L is seen on the back of a magazine Sonora is reading.
The magazine with a SCAR-L on the back cover. (Ep.7)
TM AUG A3 High Cycle
A Tokyo Marui AUG A3 High Cycle can be seen on the cover of the Field Queen Contest poster. The High Cycle is an AUG A3 XS submachine gun, but chambered 5.56x45mm and uses standard AUG magazines. The AUG A3 HC is the prize for the winner of the contest, along with free BBs for a year, while the other guns on the back of the poster are presumably prizes for second place and below. Being part of Tokyo Marui's "High Cycle" series, this rifle has a very impressive rate of fire of 1500 rounds per minute!
Tokyo Marui AUG A3 High Cycle - 6mm BB
The poster with the AUG A3 HC on the right side, behind the M1 Thompson. (Ep.13)
The poster backside with a better view of the AUG A3 HC. (Ep.13)
During Yura's WWII imagination scenes in Episode 5, the members of the C³ Club are armed with M1 Garands.
The C³ Club storms the island's beach with their M1 Garands. (Ep.5)
Incoming fire from (unseen) Japanese weapons during the beach assault. (Ep.5)
Yura makes it into cover with her M1. (Ep.5)
Karila with her M1 Garand. (Ep.5)
Sonora and Yachiyo wielding M1 Garands. (Ep.5)
Honoka holding her M1 Garand, while Rento appears to have misplaced hers. (Ep.5)
While no firearms are in this image, it's certainly worth being noted in this section. Also slightly ironic, being a Japanese show. (Ep.5)
An M14 with a dark OD stock can be seen in Sonora's closet in Episode 1. A bunch of M14 with black stocks can also be seen coming out of a locker in Episode 12.
The M14 is on the far left. (Ep.1)
The black M14s in a locker. (Ep.12)
A FN SCAR-H can be seen on a gun rack in the club room, and a tournament competitor in the 24 hour tournament also has a SCAR-H.
The competitor in the boonie hat has a SCAR-H with a red dot scope on it. (Ep.8)
The SCAR-H can be seen in the background gun rack on the very bottom. (Ep.1)
Heckler & Koch G3A4
A H&K G3A4 can be seen in Sonora's closet in Episode 1, and a competitor in the 24 hour tournament appears to use a G3A4. It is an A4, as TM's G3A3 has the green slimline handguard, while the G3/SG1 has a bipod.
Heckler & Koch G3A4 - 7.62x51mm
The G3A4 is on the far right. The M24, M4A1, and AUG A1 are all seen outside the closet later in the show. (Ep.1)
The player in the middle just took a hit to his G3A4, which means (depending on the rules used here) that he's either out, or the gun is out and he must use his sidearm. (Ep.8)
Heckler & Koch G3A3
A H&K G3A3 can be seen hanging on a gun wall in in club room, as well as on a banner for the first tournament, and a poster in an airsoft shop.
Heckler & Koch G3A3 - 7.62x51mm
The G3A3 at the very bottom of the rack. (Ep.6)
A G3A3 is below the M60 and G36KA2, and above the AWS. (Ep.3)
Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I
In one of Yura's immersive visions, British soldiers are seen charging in what looks like North Africa with Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk Is.
Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I - .303 British
As a Matilda II tank drives over Yura's trench, soldiers can be seen running alongside with their No.4 Mk.Is. (Ep.4)
A better view of a No.4 Mk.I as a soldier jumps the trench. (Ep.4)
An M60 is C³ Club's support weapon, owned by Sonora. It makes a notable appearance in Episode 1, and is used by Rento as her primary in the 24 hour tournament.
Karila dual-wielding M60s in her imagination. (Ep.1)
Trigger-happy Karila lets loose her M60 machine gun. (Ep.1)
Which then becomes a real one in Yura's first immersive vision. (Ep.1)
Rento uses the M60 during training. (Ep.7)
Rento hipfires her M60 in the 24 hour tournament. (Ep.8)
Rambo fires his M60 in the movie. (Ep.1)
The Rambo movie cover with a M60 on it; this cover is parody of First Blood
. The title is a pun; 乱暴 (spelled in English as Ranbō) means "violent" or "rough" in Japanese. (Ep.1)
Birmingham Small Arms Besa
A BSA Besa machine gun is mounted coaxially on the Matilda II tank in one of Yura's visions.
Birmingham Small Arms Besa - 7.92×57mm Mauser
The Besa can be seen to the right of the Matilda II's main cannon, from its perspective. (Ep.4)
Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Suppressed
Yachiyo Hinata uses an Accuracy International AWS as her usual primary weapon. In addition to the rifle itself, the Parker-Hale bipod, raised rail mount, medium-height scope rings, and 3-9x40 scope are all Tokyo Marui products.
Accuracy International AWS - 7.62x51mm
Yachiyo Hinata aiming her Arctic Warfare Suppressed. (Ep.1)
Yachiyo aims her AWS at Yura. (Ep.2)
Yachiyo hides in the shadows with her AWS in the tournament. (Ep.3)
Yachiyo with her AWS on a "Tactical Shoulder Ride" from Rento. (Ep.3)
A view through the 3-9x scope as Yachiyo tracks Moe Seto. This exactly what the reticle of that scope looks like in reality. (Ep.5)
Yachiyo takes fire after letting the barrel of her AWS be visible. (Ep.5)
Little Red Sniping Hood prepares to ambush Team KGB with her AWS. (Ep.8)
Yachiyo aims her AWS at Sonora, but fails to stay relaxed as she takes the shot. (Ep.11)
Yachiyo in her ghillie suit with her AWS... (Ep.13)
Until she evolves into a fairy with an AWS. (Ep.13)
In Episode 1, Yura is seen reenacting Rambo with an M24 on her back.
The M24 is seen in Sonora's closet, second from the left. (Ep.1)
Yura holding the M4A1 she ends up using as her primary, with the M24 on her back, and two M4 magazines strapped to her head. (Ep.1)
Yura tries to explain why she's become a mall ninja, a M24 strapped on her back surely isn't helping. (Ep.1)
Hibiki Tsubaki and another competitor in the 24 hour tournament use Marui VSR-10s, which are essentially Remington M700 copies. It is identified by the far-forward placement of the magazine, and the little grooves on each side of the magazine well, which let fingers pull the mag out, as standard mags fit flush.
Tokyo Marui VSR-10 - 6mm BB
Hibiki uses a TM VSR-10 with extended mags as his weapon of choice. (Ep.8)
The competitor second from left has a VSR-10; there isn't much identifiable detail other than the stock color. (Ep.8)
A member of the Stella Regiment is armed with a Barrett M82A3. Distinguishable from other Barrett M82 variants by its raised accessory rail on top in combination with the rail stopping short of the front with a folding front sight, and lack of a rear sight. There is no airsoft replica of the M82A3; the only M82 series replicas are of the original M82A1 and the M107.
A Stella Regiment member with a M82A3 aimed at the Stella club; the scope appears to be the same as the one on the real rifle in the photo above. She seems to have removed the bipod in favor of using a comrade as a bipod, which if it was real would be a BAD
Heckler & Koch PSG-1
A Heckler & Koch PSG-1 can be seen on a gun rack in the club room. Notable is that this was Yachiyo's sniper rifle in the Middle School manga set three years earlier. A PSG-1 can also be seen at a gun booth at the 24H Tournament. A PSG-1 fitted with its proprietary bipod can be seen on the Field Queen Contest poster as well.
Heckler & Koch PSG-1 - 7.62x51mm
The PSG-1 can be seen in the background gun rack second from the bottom. (Ep.1)
A PSG-1 on a rack. This rack is a duplicate of the one in the club room, though mirrored (which ironically makes it correct). The rack on the left side of the screen is the one in question, just in case there was any confusion. (Ep.7)
The PSG-1 can be seen on the poster's left side, above the HK416. (Ep.13)
The PSG-1 on poster's back side, below the AUG. (Ep.13)
Unknown Sniper Rifles
A long rifle's box can be seen behind the boonie hat and boots. It has a very distinctive gap between the barrel and stock near the front. (Ep.1)
A sniper rifle of some sort is seen in the middle, to the left of what appears to be an M9. What's especially odd here is what's clearly a Tokyo Marui booth has been changed to "Tokyo Kakui", despite the fact that TM actually sponsored the show. (Ep.7)
In Episode 12, some members of the Stella Regiment are armed with RPG-7s when preparing to engage the C³ Club.
A pair of the Stellas' RPG-7s can be seen in this window. (Ep.12)
A smug Stella student wielding her RPG-7; the student next to her has a scoped rifle. (Ep.12)
Ordnance QF 2-pounder
The Matilda II tank in Yura's immersive vision uses an Ordnance QF 2-pounder, which fires 40×304mmR rounds.
The QF 2-pounder is the Matilda II's main cannon. (Ep.4)
Stella Women's Academy High School Regiment
Some members of the Stella Regiment are armed with various rifles, sniper rifles, and/or shotguns. All are more detailed than simple stick guns, but none enough for a solid ID.
Most students here are armed with a rifle of some sort. (Ep.12)
And another pair. Some reasonable guesses could be made in these pictures. (Ep.12)