Case Closed - Season 1 (January 8 - August 12, 1996).
The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the anime series Case Closed:
The Beretta 92FS is used by a mustached mafia man in "City Coded Map Case".
Current American made Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm.
The mafia man with the 92FS aimed at Conan Edogawa in "City Coded Map Case".
The Kel-Tec P-11 is used in "Department Store Hijacking Case" by Ryoko, a Marutan elevator girl who's involved with a heist crew.
Ryoko chases Conan with her sidearm out near the end of "Department Store Hijacking Case".
A full shot of the P-11 dropped after Conan disarms her by rigging her leg to a balloon. The image was adjusted to view the photo like this. This view is not seen originally in the episode when it first aired.
Conan not displaying firearms safety handling. But hey, he lives in Japan...
A M1911A1 is likely seen in "The Strange Person Finding Murder Case" with Okita. Various suspects use it as their weapon of choice.
Okita aims the M1911A1 at Hirota Masami aka Akemi Miyano in "The Strange Person Finding Murder Case".
Closeup of the trigger/trigger guard and slide lock.
An armed Tiger Gang soldier threatens to shoot Eri in "The Mysterious Shooting Message Case".
Smith & Wesson 439
The Smith & Wesson 439 is seen in a next episode preview eyecatch in "Pet Dog John Murder Case". It's later seen in "Kogoro's Reunion Murder Case (Part 1)".
Smith and Wesson 439 - 9x19mm
The S&W 439 in the next episode preview eyecatch seen at the end of "Pet Dog John Murder Case".
Good shot of the 439 whacked out of the bank robber's hand in "Kogoro's Reunion Murder Case (Part 1)".
The recently fired pistol in the hand of Yumi Horikoshi.
The 439 fired by Chiba Prefectucal Police officer Kazushi Nakamichi after he kills Yumi Horikoshi in "Kogoro's Reunion Murder Case (Part 2). Note that his right hand is covered in a cloth to prevent gunpowder residue from going to it.
The Tokarev TT-33 is seen with a Tiger Gang soldier in "The Mysterious Shooting Message Case".
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev.
An armed Tiger Gang soldier aims his TT-33 at ex-Olympic Shooter and police officer Koichi Yamabe in "The Mysterious Shooting Message Case".
Nambu Model 60
The Nambu Model 60 is seen with Inspector Juzo Megure as his official sidearm.
New Nambu Model 60 with longer barrel.
Inspector Juzo Megure with his revolver out in "The Mysterious Shooting Message Case".
Single Action Army
A generic-looking revolver that resembles the Single Action Army is seen in Conan's image sequence in "Incident of Monthly Presents and Threats".
Denix Peacemaker with 4.75" barrel and "blue" finish
The generic revolver next to the potted plant in "Incident of Monthly Presents and Threats".
Smith & Wesson Model 29
The Smith & Wesson Model 29 is seen with Black Organization agent Vodka as his personal sidearm. In "Tenkaichi Festival Murder Case", it’s used by Sasai Norikazu.
S&W Model 29 with 4" barrel - .44 Magnum
Vodka slowly takes out his Model 29 after spotting Shinichi in "Roller Coaster Murder Case".
Sasai aims his revolver at Satoru Imatake at the start of "Tenkaichi Festival Murder Case".
Fictional Takedown Sniper Rifle
A fictional takedown sniper rifle is used by Koichi in "The Mysterious Shooting Message Case", being forced to shoot a public prosecutor while on a train. The features appear to be influenced by actual sniper rifles that can disassembled such as the AR-7.
Henry U.S. Survival Rifle (Modern Version) – .22 LR.
The SR being fired in "The Mysterious Shooting Message Case".
The open case with the SR's disassembled components.
A good view of the SR in Koichi's hands.
You can see a good shot of the SR.
Steyr SSG 69
The Steyr SSG 69 is seen in "The Mysterious Shooting Message Case" with an Anti-Firearms Squad (AFS) sniper.
Steyr SSG 69 with Zeiss Diavari Z 2,5-10x48 scope - 7.62x51mm NATO
The AFS sniper with the SSG 69 in "The Mysterious Shooting Message Case".