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Trigun Stampede

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Trigun Stampede
Anime visual
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Language Japanese
Channel TV Tokyo
Creator Yasuhiro Nightow (manga), Orange (anime)
Genre Action, Comedy, Science-Fiction, Western
Broadcast January 7, 2023 –
No. of Seasons 1
Main Cast
Character Actor
Vash the Stampede Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Japanese)

Johnny Yong Bosch (English)

Trigun Stampede is the 2023 remake of the 1998 Trigun series, based on the manga of the same name by Yasuhiro Nightow.

The following weapons were used in the anime series Trigun Stampede:


Vash's Revolver

Vash wields a massive revolver as his main weapon like in the original series. The caliber has apparently been scaled down from .45 Long Colt to .22, based on Vash asking the townsfolk for .22 bullets in "Noman's Land".

Vash aims his revolver in an attempt to shoot down the cluster bombs in "Noman's Land".
A close-up of the cylinder. In a humorous call-back to the first episode of the original series, the gun dry fires because Vash predictably forgot to load it with bullets.
Vash loads the single .22 round he got from Rosa into his revolver, showing the break-action cylinder.
A more confident Vash takes aim again.

Roberto's Derringer

Roberto de Niro carries a double-barreled Derringer as his main weapon.

Roberto holds his Derringer when confronting Wolfwood in "Hungry!".
Roberto and Meryl Stryfe take cover in "Child of Blessing". Interestingly, the Derringer was Meryl's main weapon in the original series, who would carry dozens of them under her coat.

Golden Pistol

Chuck Lee, the captain of the July City Military Police wields a golden pistol with a laser sight as his sidearm in "Noman's Land".

Chuck Lee loads a magazine into his pistol.
Chambering the pistol.
Chuck Lee tries to shoot Vash at point-blank range, but Vash manages to dodge every bullet.

Colt M1911

The Colt M1911 can be seen in "The Running Man".

WWII-era M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
Nebraska pulls and fires his M1911 at Vash during their duel.
The real-life John Dillinger's .38 Super M1911A1 Machine Pistol.
The mother on the left holds an M1911 with extended magazine and foregrip.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP7

The Heckler & Koch MP7 is the main submachine gun used by Eye of Michael cultists.

Heckler & Koch MP7 - 4.6x30mm.
A rogue cultist fires his MP7 at Wolfwood in "Once Upon a Time in Hopeland".

M3 Grease Gun

Rosa and other Jeneora Rock residents are seen carrying M3 Grease Guns in "The Running Man". The Bad Lads Gang are also seen carrying Grease Guns in "Once Upon a Time in Hopeland".

M3 Grease Gun - .45 ACP.
A close-up of the Grease Gun.
More Grease guns and other weapons pulled on Vash.
Rosa and the other mothers corner Vash as he tries to escape Jeneora City.
The Bad Lads Gang board the sand steamer in "Once Upon a Time in Hopeland".

Livio's Submachine Guns

Livio the Double Fang carries four submachine guns with two each arranged in a cross-shaped pattern similar to Wolfwood's Punisher.

Livio unfolds his guns.
Livio fires his guns.


Unknown Rifles

July City Military Police beat Vash up with their rifles.
The soldiers aboard the sand steamer aim their rifles in "Once Upon a Time in Hopeland".



Nebraska is seen carrying an RPG-7 fitted with a tandem warhead in "The Running Man".

RPG-7V with PG-7VR tandem warhead rocket and PGO-7 scope - 40mm
Nebraska holds his RPG.
Nebraska fires his RPG at Vash during their duel.

Cluster Missile Launcher

Chuck Lee uses a launcher to fire a cluster missile during his duel with Vash in "Noman's Land".

Chuck Lee decides to make their duel more spectacular with some overkill.
The cluster bombs raining down on Vash and Jeneora Rock.


Wolfwood's Punisher Cross

Nicholas D. Wolfwood carries his iconic giant cross-shaped weapon platform called the "Punisher" in the series. The Punisher consists of a machine gun and a laser cannon.

Wolfwood fires the Punisher's machine gun at Monev the Gale in "Child of Blessing".
He later fires the Punisher's laser cannon to save Vash.

Monev the Gale's Gatling Guns

Monev the Gale is armed with two arm-mounted gatling guns like in the original series.

Monev the Gale aims his gatling guns in "Child of Blessing". The strange devices attached to his guns are air cannons that launch blasts of wind.

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