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Ghost in the Shell: The New Movie

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Ghost in the Shell: The New Movie (June 20, 2015).

The following weapons were used in the anime film Ghost in the Shell: The New Movie:


AMT Backup

The AMT Backup with wooden grips is used by the fake Major during a raid at Unit 501's compound.

AMT Backup with wood grips - .380 ACP.
The Backup aimed at the real Major after the failed raid.
A shot of the dropped Backup.
The fake Major tries to kill herself.

Seburo Pistol

The Seburo Pistol returns from the TV series as the issued sidearm for Section 9.

Ishikawa uses the pistol to say hello to Public Security Section 6 Kuwahara.
Pazu takes aim at a suspicious vehicle.
The Major takes out his sidearm while doing a solo raid.

Walther P99

The Walther P99 returns as Batou's personal sidearm.

Walther P99 - 9x19mm.
Batou takes out his P99 when raiding a suspect's apartment.
Batou aims his sidearm at a person of interest.


Mateba Model 6 Unica

The Mateba Model 6 Unica returns as Togusa's personal sidearm.

Mateba Model 6 Unica, 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
Togusa with his revolver out during a hostage rescue mission.

Assault Rifles

Howa Type 89

A Howa Type 89 with futurized furniture is used by rogue Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force soldiers throughout the movie.

Howa Type 89 with scope rail on receiver, Aimpoint CompM2 red dot, and left side fire selector - 5.56x45mm.
A rogue JGSDF soldier with a detonator switch at the start of the movie when the embassy was raided.
Good shot of the entire Type 89 used by the rogue muscular JGSDF soldier.
Two JGSDF soldiers unmasked from stealth camo after they were splashed from water.
The hostages, under hostile cyberbrain control, uses the Type 89s to execute the detained JGSDF soldiers.

Police Bullpup Rifle

The bullpup-type assault rifle is seen with armed police again in the movie, based on the FN F2000.

FN F2000 Tactical with gray finish - 5.56x45mm NATO
Armed police with the bullup AR.
Armed police raid a hotel floor, a reference to the 1995 manga when the Major made her debut.
The AR aimed at an unarmed civilian. In the manga, the person would be a private close protection officer.


The Schrödinger returns from the TV series, serving as Section 9's primary weapon.

Laylax "Schrödinger" Airsoft Gun, replica of the fictional assault rifle seen in anime Ghost in the Shell Arise.
The Schrödinger with the Major prior to the hostage rescue op.
Batou with his Schrödinger prior to the port raid.
Togusa takes cover from gunfire.
Pazu peeks around the corner.

Unit 501 Assault Rifle

Unit 501 uses a conventional assault rifle that has features based on the FN SCAR and the HK G36.

FN FNAC - 5.56x45mm NATO
Airsoft Umarex "Heckler & Koch G36KV" with G36A2 carry handle and retractable stock - (fake) 5.56x45mm.
Unit 501 contractors engage Saito.
Armored Unit 501 contractor open fire on Ishikawa's position.


Shotgun Arm

The rogue JGSDF soldier who fights Batou uses his shotgun arm, which misses. Major likely used a shotgun arm during her solo raid on the Unit 501 compound as she used it to kill a Unit 501 contractor at close range.

A rogue JGSDF soldier uses his shotgun arm at Batou.
The gun arm used at close range.

Sniper Rifles

Anti-Materiel Rifle

An AMR is used during the embassy raid at the start of the movie to pin down Saito.

The AMR aimed at Saito's post.

Seburo SR50

The Seburo SR50 returns to the movie as Saito's primary weapon.

Saito conducts overwatch for the rest of Section 9.
A shot of Saito's SR.
Saito provides support from a lookout tower.
Thanks to the flames, there are some good details on Saito's SR.

Walther WA 2000

The Walther WA 2000 is used by Unit 501 contractors when the Major raids their compound.

Scopeless Walther WA 2000 - .308 Winchester
A Unit 501 contractor takes aim at the Major.

Machine Guns

Heavy Machine Gun

A heavy machine gun is used by Boma to take out a Unit 501 mech.

Boma fires the HMG to take out a Unit 501 mech.

M61 Vulcan

A M61 Vulcan is used by a hostile thinktank as its primary weapon. One of the Logicomas used by Section 9 to take out the remnants of Unit 501 uses it as an optional weapon add-on.

GE M61A1 Vulcan Cannon - 20x102mm
The Logicomas restrain the hostile thinktank.
The dual machine guns on the hostile thinktank.
You can see the M61 Vulcan attached to the rear of the Logicoma used by Togusa.


A M134 Minigun is used by rogue JGSDF forces during a hostage crisis to hold off anti-riot officers.

M134 Minigun with a mounted stand.
The minigun being fired at the movie's prologue.
Closeup of the minigun's barrels.

Rocket Launchers


A Type 91 MANPADS is seen in the prologue with a rogue JGSDF soldier for anti-armor purposes.

Type 91 MANPADS - 80mm
The Type 91 with the rogue JGSDF soldier.

Grenade Launchers

Logicoma Grenade Launchers

The Logicomas are equipped with chin-mounted grenade launchers as their main weapon.

The Logicoma politely fires its GLs loaded with smoke grenades during the embassy raid.
The Logicomas gather up after the end of the movie, watching the cherry blossoms.


Sonic grenade

The sonic grenade returns in the movie, being used by Unit 501 as a primary lethal device.

M84 stun grenade.
M116A1 training grenade modified for M201-series fuze, minus pin and safety lever.
The grenade tossed near Ishikawa.

Smoke grenade

Boma is seen using smoke grenades when raiding a cloaked spy ship.

SGs on Boma's grenade bandolier.
Boma pulls the pin with his teeth. It's not an issue since he's fully cyberized.

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