|Bungo Stray Dogs - Season 2
Season 2 DVD
||October 6, - |
December 22, 2016
|No. of Episodes
||12 + 1 OVA
The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the anime series Bungo Stray Dogs:
Sakunosuke Oda normally carries two Beretta 92FS pistols in his shoulder holsters seen in Ep. 13 "The Dark Age" and Ep. 15 "A Room Where We Can Someday See the Ocean". In these two episodes, he makes use of them. In Ep. 16 "Bungo Stray Dogs", he uses them during a firefight against André Gide.
Suprised by two Mimic members, Sakunosuke Oda draws one of his pistols.
Like Ichiyō Higuchi does with Akutagawa in season one, Oda fired pass Dazai (Ep. 13).
A view of the Berettas in the shoulder holsters lying on a hospital table (Ep. 15).
Oda points a Beretta at André Gide (Ep. 15).
At the beginning of Ep. 16, Oda prepares himself to fight the Mimic organization by hiding some Beretta magazines at his wrist.
Shortly thereafter, he pushes in a full magazine into one of his Berettas (Ep. 16).
Having reached the hiding place of Mimic, he fires the two pistols at two members (Ep. 16).
While pointing a Beretta at André, he explains that nobody can win if the abilities are used (Ep. 16).
After reloading, he releases the slide (Ep. 16).
The "Grau Geist" (Grey Ghost) pistol of the Mimic guerrilla organization is the Walther P38. The widespread use of the pistol starts in the first Ep. 13 "The Dark Age" (of this season), in which Osamu Dazai it explained in detail. The P38 is notably dual-used by the leader André Gide in Ep. 15 "A Room Where We Can Someday See the Ocean" and Ep. 16 "Bungo Stray Dogs".
French made Grey Walther P38 - 9x19mm
Post-war French "Grey Ghost" for comparison.
:"Do you recognize this gun?
" Hirotsu Ryūrō
:"It's an old model, even older than me. But I believe that would be a "Grau Geist". It's a traditional European pistol
A Walther in a dead Mimic member's holster.
:"You see the gun holster on his vest? It's a very old style firearm from Europe. It's called a "Grau Geist". They're using vintage pistols, they have low accuracy and firing rates. Not exactly well-suited for modern combat. That pistol most likely serves as their personal emblem.
:"If what you said earlier is true, and this gun is some kind of emblem of theirs, does that mean...
A trembling injured member starts pointing his Walther at Dazai and Oda (Ep. 13).
André Gide dual-wielding his pistols during the confrontation with Ryūnosuke Akutagawa (Ep. 15).
An empty magazine falling out of André's Walther. Note, like Oda, he also has magazine holders for quick gripping attached on his wrist (Ep. 16).
Pressing in a fresh magazine (Ep. 16).
A "Grau Geist" in a dead Mimic member's hand after committing suicide in André's memories (Ep. 16).
Makarov PM pistols with black grips are the standard sidearm for the Port Mafia. First seen in Ep. 14 "Nowhere to Return" on a table and later used by Osamu Dazai to teach Ryūnosuke Akutagawa a lesson. Another worth mentioning user is Higuchi Ichiyō, who can be seen with one of it during the second opening and in Ep. 19 "Will of Tycoon" and Ep. 20 "Though the Mind May Be Wrong".
Makarov PM with black grips - 9x18mm Makarov.
Sakaguchi Ango's untouched Makarov lies on a library's table. Note that the trigger guard seems to be square.
A menacing-looking Dazai holds a Makarov given by one of his men over Akutagawa.
The pistol being fired by Dazai (Ep. 14).
Dazai encounters Higuchi Ichiyō pointing her Makarov at him (Ep. 19).
Beretta 92FS Inox
Doppo Kunikida is the only "Armed Detective Agency" member who uses a Beretta 92FS Inox pistol as his service sidearm which is only seen and fired in Ep. 19 "Will of Tycoon".
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
Kunnikkida fires his Inox at John (Ep. 19).
The same situation a few scenes later (Ep. 19).
He holds a just conjured pistol in his left hand (Ep. 19).
Japanese Police forces and the Gifted Special Operations Division in Ep. 19 "Will of Tycoon" are equipped with Colt M1911A1 pistols.
Police officers arrest John Steinbeck and Howard Phillips Lovecraft (Ep. 19).
Ango's M1911A1 being taken by Dazei (Ep. 19).
Dazei now holds an unimpressed Ango at gunpoint (Ep. 19).
Michizō Tachihara can again be seen with his Tokarev TT-33 pistols, that he uses in Ep. 20 "Though the Mind May Be Wrong" and Ep. 21 "Double Black".
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
One low-detailed TT in his hand on the left (Ep. 20).
An unlucky end for his two pistols (Ep. 21).
Colt Single Action Army
A long-barreled Colt Single Action Army revolver with larger ejection mechanism is the personal sidearm of Guild leader Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald ("The Great Fitzgerald"; an allusion to The Great Gatsby). First seen and only used by him in Ep. 17 "Three Companies Conflict".
Colt Single Action Army "Cavalry" model with wooden grips - .45 Long Colt
"When I just was a boy, I worked for two years in order to affirm a gun like this. When I couldn't, I killed four peoples. And now I own the company, that manufacture these same guns.
An ejected .45 round falling out the cylinder.
Francis hands the SAA over to John Steinbeck (Jon Sutainbekku in the original Japanese version).
The .45 rounds between his fingers.
Nambu Model 60
Two Police officers are seen with holstered Nambu Model 60 revolvers in Ep. 20 "Though the Mind May Be Wrong" as they come to aid Atsushi and Kyōka.
AIRSOFT Nambu Model 60 - 6mm BB
One of the officers slowly moves his hand to the holster.
The primary gun of the Port Mafia henchmen are again M1928 Thompson submachine guns.
M1928 Thompson with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP
During a description of Dazai, several Mafiosi can be seen with Thompsons (Ep. 13).
Two guards of Mori Ōgai greet Oda as he arrived at the Mafia HQ (Ep. 13).
Several Thompson next to dead Port Mafia members (Ep. 16).
Receded Mafiosi around Ozaki Kōyō holding their Thompsons at Atsushi's saviors (Ep. 17).
Some Uzi submachine guns are used by some Port Mafia members, especially by Dazai's men in Ep. 13 "The Dark Age".
IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
Dazai recounts the events of the night to Ango and Oda as they having drinks in the "Lupin" bar (Ep. 13).
Mafiosi next to Dazai fire their Uzis at the weapon robbers (Ep. 13).
Close-up of a firing Uzi (Ep. 15).
Two Mafiosi pointing their Uzis at Dazai (Ep. 16).
Higuchi Ichiyō is seen firing two Uzis during the second Intro (Ep. 18).
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
Mimic organization is armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A2 which used in Ep. 13 "The Dark Age", Ep. 14 "Nowhere to Return" and Ep. 16 "Bungo Stray Dogs". In Ep. 15 "A Room Where We Can Someday See the Ocean", some Special Ability Department agents can briefly be seen armed with this submachine gun. After these flashbacks episodes, the Guild uses some MP5s in Ep. 18 "The Strategy of Conflict", Ep. 20 "Though the Mind May Be Wrong" and Ep. 21 "Double Black".
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with a Navy Trigger Group - 9x19mm
An MP5 lies next to its dead user which offers a pure view of the stock (Ep. 13).
A look of the MP5's great muzzle flash (Ep. 14).
Three Mimic members armed with these submachine guns raiding a casino of the Port Mafia (Ep. 14).
Good view of an MP5 on the left among dead Mimic members (Ep. 16).
Two Guild members holding Atsushi back are armed with MP5s (Ep. 20).
The armed detectives have installed three self-firing Colt M4A1 rifles in Ep. 18 "The Strategy of Conflict" as a trap in the abandoned train tunnel.
Colt M4A1 with Aimpoint CompM2 reflex optic, Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
They are equipped with laser pointers and reflex sights.
Knight's Armament M110
A Knight's Armament M110 SASS is fired by Mark Twain in Ep. 20 "Though the Mind May be Wrong". The M110 is fitted with a standard M16-style stock, unlike to the Manga, where it fitted with a Magpul ACS buttstock.
M110 SASS - 7.62x51mm NATO
The smoking muzzle of the M110 after firing two shots.
An overflight camera trip reveals the barrel without the rail cover panel.
"Right on the money! I used a rubber bullet, so we don't seriously hurt her, but it'll sting like hell.
A stun grenade is used by Osamu Dazai in Ep. 13 "The Dark Age".
The thrown grenade over the right Walther P38.
M67 hand grenade
Oda equips himself with several M67 hand grenades in Ep. 16 "Bungo Stray Dogs".
M67 fragmentation grenade with "jungle clip".
He removed a pin with his teeth.
Two grenades in the air after bouncing off the floor. Note the safety lever on the right.
During the told memories of Mimic leader André Gide, an "European" army can be seen with a WW2-era German Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. B Tiger II "Königstiger" (King Tiger) heavy tank.
Note also the uniforms, that also appear to be German, with Maskenbehälter
M38 for gas masks on the backs. The soldiers carry guns, which are never showed clearly.
During the second opening, Doppo Kunikida is seen with a Wire Gun which he now fires.
This time he fires the Wire instead of just holding.
In Ep. 17 "Three Companies Conflict", Nakajima Atsushi gives a Taser X26 to Izumi Kyōka to protect herself.
Atsushi presents the Taser to Kyōka.
At the judge's building, she shoots her taser at the power grid in order to disable the power in the building.
Once breaking into the judge's room, she again makes use of her Taser although that would not have been necessary.
A small Tantō sword is used by Kyōka in Ep. 17 "Three Companies Conflict" and Ep. 20 "Though the Mind May be Wrong".
: "Looks like we'll have to do something about that guard.
:"Killing? First, I'll use my charm to lure him into an isolated area. And then...
:"Yeah, that's not exactly how we do things at the agency!
" (Ep. 17).
She is about to use her drawn Tantō