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Trigun: Badlands Rumble

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Trigun: Badlands Rumble (2010)

Trigun: Badlands Rumble is a 2010 Japanese animated action comedy film by Madhouse. It is based on the Trigun manga and anime, written by Yasuhiro Nightow. 20 years after meddling into the bank heist of a notorious robber named Gasback, Vash the Stampede is heading towards Macca City. Rumors say that the legendary thief might appear there causing an enormous influx of bounty hunters in the area who want to collect the $$300,000,000 prize for his head. A fiery young woman named Amelia is also searching for Gasback, for reasons unknown.

Note: Many futuristic versions of real firearms and fictional guns from the original Trigun anime return in this movie. A couple of new radically designed weapons appear in this sequel of sorts, and a few authentic firearm designs also can be seen. Most modifications on real world firearms are largely cosmetic and will simply be noted as "Futuristic" in the section header.

The following weapons were used in the anime film Trigun: Badlands Rumble:


AGL Arms Factory .45 Long Colt (EF Auto Ejecting, Double Action)

Vash the Stampede's primary weapon is a top-break double action .45 Colt revolver with a 6'o clock barrel (called "45 Long Colt" by anime fans). Badlands Rumble uses the manga version of the 45 Long Colt, so the movie gun's barrel looks different from the the tv anime's. Vash is seen reloading his revolver with push type JetLoader speed loaders in the movie. Being the Humanoid Typhoon, Vash is extremely proficient with the gun; being able to shoot fast with perfect accuracy and reload very quickly.

45 Long Colt design from the Badlands Rumble artbook. Note that in Japanese the weapon is simply called "Vash's Gun", not "AGL Arms Factory .45 Long Colt".
High detail image of the 45 Long Colt revolver. Like in the anime the frame retains the misspelled "Duble Action" engraving.
Vash with his 45 Long Colt, hammer cocked but finger off the trigger.
Vash confronting Gasback with a smile.
Vash attempts to dissuade Gasback with his 45 Long Colt.
A good frontal shot of the 45 Long Colt and Vash's serious face.
Wearing his glasses, Vash is ready to rock.
Vash aims his 45 Long Colt at Gasback.
Vash fires his 45 Long Colt at Gasback.
The 45 Long Colt's muzzle flash.
Vash quickly recharges his revolver with a speed loader.
The 45 Long Colt's auto ejector at work.
JetLoader speed loader with six .45 Colt rounds.

Leaf Arms Lever Action Pistol

Female gunslinger Amelia wields a lever action rifle modified into a "Mare's Leg" configuration with the Luger Carbine's toggle lock mechanism and fore-end, detachable double stack magazines, and a hexagonal barrel. The pistol is chambered in .22 Hornet, and is fired in semi-automatic mode. According to the movie's artbook sketches, the lever is for securing the magazine while the toggle lock is for chambering a round.

Leaf Arms Pistol design from the Badlands Rumble artbook.
A side view of the Leaf Arms Pistol.
Amelia aiming her Leaf Arms Pistol at Gasback.
The bore of the Leaf Arms Pistol.
Amelia trying to stop Gasback from escaping.
Firing her pistol from the window.
Amelia fires at incoming projectiles.
Changing magazines.
Amelia fires at Gasback.
The Leaf Arms Pistol in it's holster.

Grader Single Hand 2043

Nicholas D. Wolfwood uses a fictional .45 ACP pistol as his sidearm. The front of the triggerguard is separate from the rest and acts as a non-reciprocating cocking lever, allowing the shooter to rack the slide with their trigger finger for completely one-handed usage. A similar mechanism was used on the real Spanish JoLoAr pistol, though the gun otherwise bares little resemblance to the JoLoAr.

Non-firing model replica of the Grader Single Hand 2043 seen in manga Trigun.
Wolfwood aims his Grader pistol.
As they find themselves on opposing sides, Wolfwood points his Grader pistol at Vash while pinning down his revolver using the Punisher.
The muzzle aimed at Vash's forehead.
Wolfwood prepares to draw his Grader pistol.

Colt Lightning (Futuristic)

Several Colt Lightning revolvers (called "Belief Lightning" in the Trigun World) are used by Gasback's underling Cain, as well as bounty hunters.

Colt Lightning 1877 Cavalry - .38 Long Colt.
Cain aiming his Belief Lightning revolver.
Frontal shot of the same scene.
Cain's aim is put off balance by a thrown coin.
A drunk thug draws his long barrel Belief Lightning.
The only accurate depiction of the Colt Lightning in the movie.

Mauser C96 (Futuristic)

Several bounty hunters carry Mauser C96 semi-automatic pistols that use detachable magazines like the Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer, and cocking handles like a TEC-9's.

Mauser C96 "Pre-War Commercial" - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer - 7.63x25mm Mauser
During a bar brawl, a pissed off thug draws his Mauser C96...
...and cocks the hammer, alerting the whole brawling bar who proceed to draw their own guns.
The thug then aims at Amelia, but the gun clicks empty.
The bewildered thug sees that the magazine is missing.
A thug dual wielding two C96 pistols. The magazines are also missing.

Remington 1875 (Futuristic)

A couple of futuristic Remington 1875 revolvers are seen in the movie.

Remington 1875 - .45 Long Colt.
A would-be rapist draws his Remington 1875 at Amelia.
Different shot of the same scene.
A corrupt Marshall aims his Remington 1875, giving a good view of the bullets in the cylinder.
The Marshall holding Amelia at gunpoint with his Remington 1875.
Smug face.
A bounty hunter in purple fires a suppressed Remington 1875. Normally a suppressor wouldn't work on a revolver without a cylinder that presses forward like the Nagant 1895, but this is Trigun so anything goes.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 (Futuristic)

Cain keeps a Smith & Wesson Model 36 as his personal weapon.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special - 5 shot. First pattern with flat latch cylinder release.
Cain after firing his snub nose.
Cain nervously points his snub nose.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 (Futuristic)

A masked caped crusader possesses a Smith & Wesson Model 29 revolver with an enlarged frame, cylinder, and barrel.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 New Production with 4" barrel - .44 Magnum
The bounty hunter with his S&W Model 29. Unfortunately, Gasback is "feeling lucky".
Top view of the S&W Model 29.

Fictional Pistol

Mr Cliff's pistols from the anime return in the movie.

A thug drawing his Mr Cliff pistol.


A bounty hunter dual wields two M1911A1s with extended magazines.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 - Commercial Model known as the "Colt Government Model" - .45 ACP
Two M1911A1s on the lower right.

Tokarev TT-33

A thug holds two Tokarev TT-33 Pistols.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Two Tokarev pistols on the upper left.

Beretta PX4 Storm (Futuristic)

What looks to be Beretta Px4 Storm pistols are held by hunters and bodyguards.

Beretta Px4 Storm - 9x19mm
The Px4 Storm in the center.
The Beretta in the lower right.

Remington 1866 Derringer

Gofsef Nebraska's long barrel Remington 1866 Derringer from the anime makes a cameo in the movie. This time it has pearl grips.

Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 R.F. Caliber. Polished Steel with yellow pearl grips
The long barrel derringer can be seen on the right.

Toy Revolver

Several kids prank Vash with toy revolvers. They use generic double-action designs.

The kids running away with their toy guns.


Gasback's 4x4 Auto Shotgun

Veteran robber Gasback wields an four barreled sawed off semi-automatic shotgun. The weapon feeds from two magazines, one at the top, and one at the bottom. The upper barrels use the upper mag, and the lower barrels the lower mag.

Gasback with his shotgun.
"4x4 Auto Shotgun".
Reloading the upper barrels. Note the blue shells.
Gasback fires his shotgun.
The front end of the 4x4.

Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun" (Futuristic)

Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun" shotguns are wielded by several people.

Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun" - 12 Gauge
An American GI lookalike hunter naps with his M1897 shotgun on his shoulder.
Bounty hunters on overwatch, one with a 1897 Trench Gun.
A worried father with his family during Gasback's attack.
Two 1897s, one on the left and one in the center.
The 1897 shotgun on the left.

Remington 1100

A Remington 1100 shotgun is featured in one scene.

Remington Model 1100 Tactical - 12 gauge. This version has a slug barrel, rifle sights, and oversized charging handle
The Remington on the left.

Fictional Over/Under Shotgun

A over/under double barrel shotgun from the anime makes an appearance.

Browning 5.25 O/U - 12 gauge
The double barrel shotgun on the thief's back.
The double barrel shotgun falling down a collapsing tower.

Remington 870

Hanging on Cain's wall are a pair of crossed Remington 870 shotguns with ornately engraved ivory stocks.

Remington 870 Wingmaster with 20" Home Defense barrel - 12 gauge
A pair of ornate shotguns on the wall.

Submachine Guns

PPSh-41 (Futuristic)

Cain and several other people wield PPSh-41 submachine guns. The muzzles are squared instead of circular, and use double drum magazines.

PPSh-41 with 71 round drum - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Cain steals some stuff from bank employees, PPSh-41 by his side.
A good shot of the drum magazine.
PPSh-41 and MAC-15 fire.
Functioning as one, Gasback and crew destroy bank booby traps.

Fictional Sub machine Gun

The same MG34 inspired Sub machine gun from the anime is shown again.

Cain's bodyguards with their sub machine guns.
A bounty hunter fires his sub machine gun.
The sub machine gun on the left.

MAC-10 (Futuristic)

Dual MAC-10's (called MAC-15 in Trigun lore) are used by Gasback's underling Michio and several other people.

Ingram MAC-10 - 9x19mm

Michio fires his MAC-15s.
A nervous Michio with his MAC-15s.
PPSh-41 and MAC-15 fire.
Gasback's underlings armed with MAC-15s and M60s take cover from Wolfwood's fire.

MAC-11 (Futuristic)

A MAC-11 is used by one thug.

RPB Industries M11A1 - .380 ACP
MAC-11 on the upper right.

Unknown Submachine gun

A SMG of unknown design is used in one scene.

The SMG on the right.

Assault Rifles

AKM (Futuristic)

Gasback's tiny underling Dorino and several other people wield AKM assault rifles taken from the anime.

Custom AKMS with shortened barrel, similar to the one seen in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Pineapple Express, Rambo and Taken - 7.62x39mm. The configuration shown here has parts from the AKMS and the Norinco Type 56-1.
Dorino with his AKM.
Functioning as one, Gasback and crew open fire at bank booby traps.
Cain's bodyguard with a AKM.
Cain's bodyguards holding Meryl and Milly at gunpoint with their AKMs.
A police officer runs with a AKM.
Bounty hunter firing his AKM at Gasback.


A M16A1 with a wooden buttstock like the original Armalite AR-15 is seen on a sand steamer.

M16A1 with 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
M16A1 on the left.

Fictional Assault Rifle

One hunter carries an unknown assault rifle.

The assault rifle on the lower left.


A low detail CAR-15 with a telescopic stock is seen falling during a tower collapse.

Colt Model 639 (commercial/export variant of the XM177E2) - 5.56x45mm
The CAR-15 in the center.

Battle Rifles

Gewehr 43 (Futuristic)

Low detail Gewehr 43 rifles with no sights is carried by a thug.

Gewehr 43 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Thug running with a Gewehr 43.

H&K G3

One bounty hunter in a crowd carries a Heckler & Koch G3, just as a hostile Gasback appears behind them.

Heckler & Koch G3A3 with slimline handguard - 7.62x51mm NATO
Not a good timing for the bounty hunters.

M14 (Futuristic)

A futuristic M14 Rifle is used by a bounty hunter.

M14 rifle - 7.62x51mm NATO
Two bounty hunters open fire with M14s and rocket launchers.

M1 Garand (Futuristic)

A mercenary is seen carrying a M1 Garand.

M1 Garand with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
The Garand on the man's back.

G3 SAS High Cycle

A G3 SAS High Cycle (an airsoft version of the Heckler & Koch HK91) is carried by a drunk bounty hunter.

Tokyo Marui G3 SAS (High Cycle) Airsoft AEG Rifle
The guy in the center with his G3 SAS High Cycle.

Fictional Rifle

An unidentified rifle is used by a thug.

A bounty hunter with his rifle.

Sniper Rifles

Remington 700

One sniper tries to shoot Gasback with a Remington 700, but instead flees from his foe's massive firepower.

Remington 700 BDL rifle with no iron sights and scope (current production) - .308 Winchester
The sniper aiming at Gasback.

M1903 Springfield (Futuristic)

A M1903 Springfield is carried by a thug.

Springfield M1903 Mk 1 - .30-06 Springfield
The sleepy thug with his M1903 Springfield.

Machine Guns


One of Gasback's underlings fires a M60 machine gun at Wolfwood and Amelia.

M60 machine gun with bipod extended - 7.62x51mm NATO
The underling going full Rambo with his M60.
The underling tries to match the massive firepower of Wolfwood's Punisher, but proves hopeless.

Gatling Gun Arm

A muscular thug has a Gatling Gun-like weapon attached to his arm.

British M1865 Gatling Gun at the Royal Artillery Museum with hopper feed - .58 Rimfire/.50-70 Government
The Gatling Gun Arm.

Lewis Machine Gun

A Lewis Gun is seen on a barricade.

Lewis Gun - .303 British
Lewis Gun with cooling jacket removed, Thompson handguard, and 97-round magazine - .303 British
The Lewis Gun on the wall.

Browning M2

A trigger happy bounty hunter mans a Browning M2 .50 cal machine gun. The gun also appears in other places.

Browning M2HB on M3 tripod - .50 BMG.
Happy camper with Browning M2.
Pulling back the charging handle.
A Browning M2 is sandwiched in the back.

Unknown Machine Gun

A bounty hunter mans a machine gun mounted on a truck.

The bounty hunter firing the machine gun at Gasback.



Vash and Gasback's underlings use RPG-7 launchers in the movie.

RPG-7 - 40mm
Vash commandeers a RPG-7 rocket launcher.
Gasback's underlings with two RPG-7 launchers.


A couple of RPG-2 launchers are scattered throughout the movie.

RPG-2 with PG-2 rocket - 40mm
The RPG-2 in the center.
The launcher on the left.

Bazooka (Futuristic)

A few M1 Rocket Launcher "Bazooka"s are seen in different places.

M1 Bazooka - 2.36 inch
A bad guy firing a Bazooka at Gasback.
A Bazooka on the upper left.

Fictional Rocket Launcher

A big bounty hunter fires a bell mouthed rocket launcher at Gasback's vehicle.

Firing the rocket launcher.

Fictional Triple Barreled Rocket Launcher

A clown bounty hunter aims a triple barrel rocket launcher at Gasback.

The fat clown with his absurd rocket launcher.
A triple barrel rocket launcher is seen on the upper left. Same clown carrying it.

M202 Flash (Futuristic)

A running bounty hunter is seen carrying a M202 Flash .

M202A1 FLASH - 66mm
The hunter with his launcher.


A M72 LAW can be seen behind a happy camper and his Browning M2.

M72A2 LAW - 66mm
The M72 LAW and several other weapons resting on the wall.

AT4 Rocket Launcher (Futuristic)

Low detail M136 AT4 rocket launchers are seen on two occasions.

M136 AT4 - 84mm
The launcher on the truck.
The AT4 on the left.


Panzerfaust launchers can be seen in some scenes.

Panzerfaust 30 - 44mm with 140mm warhead
The Panzerfaust warhead visible in the back of the car.

Other Weapons

Punisher Cross

Wandering priest Nicholas D. Wolfwood uses a massive cross shaped weapon for both offense and defense. The long arm contains a machine gun, while the short arm houses a rocket launcher. The side arms hold the machine gun's ammunition. The weapon's big size and very tough construction means he can shield himself and another person from gunfire, provided they stand horizontally. The Badlands Rumble's Punisher is based on the manga, so it differs a bit in design from the Trigun anime.

Punisher Cross design from the Badlands Rumble artbook.
Wolfwood unfolds his Punisher.
A good long shot of the gun.
Amidst falling rocks, Wolfwood aims his machine gun...
...and fires.
Wolfwood advances with his Punisher.
Wolfood uses the rocket launcher portion of the Punisher.
Using his Cross, Nicholas shields both himself and Amelia from enemy fire.

Gasback's Gauntlet Gun

Gasback's primary weapon is a mechanical gauntlet that he wears on his right arm which contains a rotating, triple-barreled machine gun and rocket launcher. The heavy gauntlet is flight-assisted to relieve some of the weight using small jet engines. It also conceals an energy weapon that emits arcing bolts of electricity and can act as an EMP.

Gasback with his gauntlet gun.
Open firing with the three barrels.
Different angle of the same scene.
Aiming the gauntlet gun.
Gasback activates the rocket launcher part of the gauntlet.
Aiming the launcher straight ahead.
Side view of the launcher.
The gauntlet gun's energy weapon about to activate.
Gasback unleashes his energy weapon.

Milly's Stun Gun

Milly Thompson carries a Gatling Gun styled stun gun.

Accidentally dropping her heavy gun on a guy's foot because the sling broke (a visual gag from the anime), Milly picks it up...
...and swings it back on her shoulder, unintentionally intimidating nearby thugs.
Milly with her stun gun during Gasback's attack.

Double Barreled Ball & Chain Launcher

A miner tries to trap Gasback with a launcher that fires a ball and chain projectile.

The miner fires his launcher.

Shovel Rifle

Same miner has a shovel with a gun barrel beside him.

Even shovels have built-in guns in the world of Trigun.

Futuristic Cannon

A man is seen carrying a futuristic looking cannon similar to Mega Man's Arm Cannon, except this is standalone and feeds from a top magazine.

The futuristic cannon in the center.

Mounted Weaponry

Unknown Launcher

The bounty hunters possess a six barreled artillery piece.

The launcher on the left.

Remote Controlled Sentry Gun

Gasback's underlings use two remote controlled multi-barreled sentry guns against Wolfwood and Amelia.

The left sentry gun firing.
The right sentry gun firing.

Fictional Mortar

Gasback's underlings deploy several remote controlled Mortars against Wolfwood and Amelia.

The mortars firing in sequence.


Model 24 Stielhandgranate (Futuristic)

Gasback retrieves a Model 24 Stielhandgranate looking grenade with a short handle from Dorino's hat during a bank robbery.

Model 24 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" stick grenade with fragmentation sleeve
Reaching for the grenade.
A normal length Stielhandgranate on the right.

Model 24 "Geballte Ladung"

A Model 24 "Geballte Ladung" can be seen in a pile of guns and grenades.

Model 24 "Geballte Ladung" ("Bundled Charge"), a common improvised version of the Model 24 consisting of one complete grenade bundled together with six grenade heads, creating a more powerful charge
The Geballte Ladung on the right.



Inside a bar a collection of various ammunition are sent flying, leading to a mad dash as the patrons scramble to scoop them up.

Flying In the air are what appear to be 9mm and .308 rounds. There are also loaded pistol magazines, helical magazines, and revolver cylinders.

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