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Tokyo Marui things
Official site: https://www.tokyo-marui.co.jp/bio/
Unless confirmed otherwise I'm just gonna assume that all RE airsoft replicas are Tokyo Marui. Please add image sources people so I won't accidentally identify some guy's custom work as TM official.
Tokyo Marui airsoft replica of Jill Valentine's Beretta 92FS "Samurai Edge" from Resident Evil 3: Nemesis.
Tokyo Marui airsoft replica of Barry Burton's Samurai Edge from Resident Evil (2002).
Tokyo Marui airsoft replica of Barry Burton's Samurai Edge from Resident Evil: Revelations 2.
Tokyo Marui airsoft replica of the "Albert-01" from Resident Evil 7.
Non-TM Resident Evil stuff
Non-TM, Non-RE stuff
Western Arms Anime Guns
Western Arms airsoft replica of Aria H. Kanzaki's custom Government Models from Aria the Scarlet Ammo.
Western Arms airsoft replica of Kinji Tohyama's custom Beretta 92FS Inox from Aria the Scarlet Ammo. Note the selector switch in place of the safety lever.
Western Arms airsoft replica of Yukio Okumura's custom 1911 from Blue Exorcist.
Dominators from Psycho-Pass
Airsoft Replica of Revy's Beretta 92FS Inox "9mm Sword Cutlass" from Black Lagoon.
GITS and stuff
Laylax "Schrödinger" Airsoft Gun, replica of the fictional assault rifle seen in anime Ghost in the Shell Arise.
Seburo & Posiedon things (mainly Poseidon)
Seburo (Japanese: セブロ) is a fictional arms company created by Japanese science fiction mangaka Masamune Shirow. The company and its products have appeared in multiple works by Shirow (Ghost in the Shell, Appleseed, New Dominion Tank Police, Black Magic M-66, etc).
Dai-Nihon Giken Poseidon is a Japanese indie studio (named after Poseidon Global Industrial Technologies in Appleseed) led by artist Seiji Tanaka that produces airsoft conversion kits and model replicas for anime and manga weapons, including Seburo weapons. They also produce other Anime-inspired original creations, such as the CQB TYPE-0 "RAISEN" conversion kit seen in Battlestar Galactica: The Miniseries (2003) or the Type 06 IkaZuchi conversion kit; the latter was notably cloned without license by Jing Gong as the Jing Gong Thunder Maul.
This list primarily documents creations Dai-Nihon Giken Poseidon. It is likely that other Seburo weapons not covered by Poiseidon will have their own replicas done by other studios. Some of the following products may no longer be available. Most are not available outside of Japan anyways.
Also: Trident Works. Distributor for custom models? Including Poseidon?
Poseidon airsoft replica of the CZN-M22 from Ghost in the Shell (1995). The gun is based on the TM Steyr AUG AEG gearbox, and uses TM M16 airsoft magazines.
Poseidon Close Quarters Battle Weapon Type-0 "RAISEN" airsoft gun. This is a conversion kit for the Tokyo Marui M16 series of airsoft guns.
The gun also made an appearance in the Japanese indie game Gadget Trial.
Poseidon model replica of the Seburo M5 from Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex.
Poseidon model replica of the Hellsing Arms "Joshua" from the manga Hellsing.
Poseidon airsoft replica of the Hellsing Arms "Jackal" from the manga Hellsing. This is a conversion kit for the Tokyo Marui Beretta M92F airsoft gun.
Poseidon model replica of the Grader Single Hand 2043 from the manga Trigun.
Poseidon model replica of the Mateba 2008M from Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex.
- Compact eXploder Note: Multiple Japanese (and a few English) sources I read specify the in-universe caliber as the 5.7mm Compact round, based on the 5.7x28mm used on the P90. The weapon was also described by these sources as holding 30 rounds in universe. I am not sure if these originate from an official source from Shirow or somewhere else.
- Note on the Gundam gun: I could not find a primary source for the image; Wayback Machine shows that they used to have a Gundam gun on their website, but it was apparently later pulled from the website for unknown reasons (maybe a case of screwed by the lawyers?), and the images on the website are not archived on the Wayback Machine. The current image is from a secondary source that I did not verify thoroughly.
- The key identifier for the double-stack "2011"s is the "block" jutting out above the grip on the right side.
Possibly photoshopped AR-15s
Some of these AR-15 images might be photoshopped, and they aren't officially marked as photoshopped on the official page. However, this project will have to hold for now and be dealt with later, since we don't have clear standards on photoshopped images and minimally edited images.
Some of the MP5 images might be photoshopped too?