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Case Closed - Season 9

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The following weapons were used in Season 9 of the anime series Case Closed:


Light Gun Controller

In "The Battle Game Trap (Part 1)", Jodie Starling is seen using a light gun-type controller that's based on a SIG-Sauer P226 and MP-443 Grach.

MP-443 Grach - 9x19mm
Two-tone SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm
Jodie takes the light gun from the side of the arcade cabinet in "The Battle Game Trap (Part 1)".
Jodie pulls the trigger for an in-game reload. This is actually correct since almost all light gun games that have a reload mechanism will prompt you to shoot away from the screen.
Aiming the light gun. You'd think that this shot can foreshadow something, eh?

Tokarev TT-33

The Tokarev TT-33 is the pistol of choice when used by bad guys in the season.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
An armed man in ski goggles (covering his eyes) stages a hijacking on a bus in "The Mysterious Passenger (Part 1)".
A nice visual shot of the TT-33 before and after it's fired to scare the bus passengers.
Jodie make an apology while speaking English (in the episode). Note that her hands are on the hammer (and slide).
The TT-33 aimed at the bus driver in "The Mysterious Passenger (Part 2)". Note that the shot has the pistol animated very differently.
The hijacker aiming the TT-33 after forcing a passenger to swap clothes with him.
The second hijacker aiming his TT-33 at a female civilian as a human shield.
Closeup of the TT-33 after the hijacker tries to shoot Jodie. However, it never fires...
Jodie taunts the hijacker and tells him that she decocked the hammer to render it useless when he tried to pull the trigger.
Jodie celebrates after taking out the hijacker while in a suggestive position.
This time, we're treated to a closeup of the TT-33 when Jodie grabs the hammer...
And decocks it.
The TT-33 seen in the hands of a silhouetted suspect in "The 3 "K"s of Osaka Case (Part 2)".


Colt Python

A Colt Python is seen with a silhouetted suspect in "The 3 "K"s of Osaka Case (Part 2)".

The actual screen-used Colt Python from Black Rain.
The Python in "The 3 "K"s of Osaka Case (Part 2)".

Smith & Wesson Model 36

A Smith & Wesson Model 36 is seen in "The 3 "K"s of Osaka Case (Part 1)" and "The 3 "K"s of Osaka Case (Part 2)" as a murder weapon.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 with a 3-inch barrel - .38 Special.
The Model 36 fired in the dark in "The 3 "K"s of Osaka Case (Part 1)".
A full side shot of the dropped revolver.
A shot of the revolver being used to kill sports journalist Ed McCay in "The 3 "K"s of Osaka Case (Part 2)".

Smith & Wesson Model 66

A Smith & Wesson Model 66 is seen in the eyecatch preview of "The 3 "K"s of Osaka Case (Part 1)".

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub with 2" barrel - .357 Magnum.
The Model 66 fired in the eyecatch preview of "The 3 "K"s of Osaka Case (Part 1)".

Sniper Rifles

Winchester Model 70

A Winchester Model 70 with a riflescope is seen rigged as part of a elaborative plot to assassinate Ryuichiro Kanazawa in "The Gunshot at the Sunflower Estate".

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 - .30-06
The rigged Model 70 found tied to a tree in "The Gunshot at the Sunflower Estate".
Good shot of the Model 70's body.
In this shot, you can see that the trigger has a T-shaped device used to fire it.
Kogoro examines the mounted riflescope.
A closeup of the trigger and trigger guard.
A closeup of the front (iron) sight.

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