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Gungrave is a Japanese animated television series that ran for 26 episodes from 2003-2004, based on the videogame of the same name. Like the videogame, it features character designs by Trigun creator Yasuhiro Nightow. The story concerns two friends, Brandon Heat and Harry MacDowell, as they rise through the ranks of "Millenion" (a mafia organization) to become an established hitman and a cut-throat business tycoon.
The following guns were used in the animated television series Gungrave:
The pair of massive handguns the resurrected Brandon uses as "Beyond the Grave". Described as 15mm caliber handguns with 60cm barrels. The magazine is a rectangle shaped structure under the barrel and can be detached for loading.
Grave carries a huge, though technically small, as it isn't the size to hold a body, metal coffin on his back which contains a variety of weapons; in the videogame, these include a large missile launcher, a quadruple set of launch points for anti-tank missiles and a gatling gun; Grave uses these weapons for his special "Demolition Shots." The coffin is also the holster for his two handguns, one side unfolding to allow them to be drawn. The manner in which Grave carries and uses the coffin bears a strong resemblance to the cross carried by the Wolfwood from Trigun. It is also directly inspired by the 1966 movie Django in which the main character carries a coffin with a Gatling gun inside.
Brandon's daily carry handguns are SIG-Sauer P226, after he becomes a full fledged gunman. It was the first handgun he used to defend Big Daddy.
Heckler & Koch P7M13
Harry MacDowell carries an Heckler & Koch P7M13. It was originally Bear Walken's who tossed it to Harry to use. It is Harry's gun for most of the series.
Members of Millenion and other thugs carry Tokarev TT-33 pistols.
.475 Wildey Magnum
Brandon Heat acquires the .475 Wildey Magnum, powerful handgun when faced the prototype Orcmen. In the story it uses ammo called D-type and from the recoil, it is powerful enough to send the shooter flying back and hurt his arm. Though the real Wildey Magnum is plenty powerful, it wouldn't send someone flying back like a handcannon.
Bear Walken's backup.
Brandon is given an M1911 when he starts working for Millennium as a loan shark. Maria's uncle keeps one in a box in his closet and uses it to intimidate Deed.
Colt Trooper Mk. III
The youngest member of Brandon & Harry's gang, Kenny, carries a Colt Trooper, it is later revealed to be a toy he uses to look cool.
Bunji Kugashira carries a pair of Browning Hi-Power. During one scene he is seen using rare 30 round drum magazines attached. One of DeCarte's thugs holds Brandon at gunpoint with a Browning.
"Mad Dog" Ladd's primary sidearm is a Luger P08, he uses it during his assault on the laboratory, carried in the small of his back (seen when the two thugs approach him). The drawing of this handgun was shown that it was out of ammo yet they keep animating it shooting.
"Mad Dog" Ladd's back-up gun (he is seen pulling it from an ankle holster) that he gives to his brother Deed to exact his revenge on Brandon & Harry's gang.
Heckler & Koch USP
Smith & Wesson Model 60
First seen in the first episode, Mika was trying to improve her aim with a stainless Smith & Wesson Model 60, but was unsuccessful.
A Colt Anaconda is shown in the credit sequence.
Custom Ruger Super Redhawk
Brad carried Ruger Super Redhawk gold and silver revolvers, with engravings on them.
MAC-10 are seen in the hands of Millennium thugs and security guards.
Sub machine gun
Uzi are in the hands of Millennium members.
Heckler & Koch MP5#Heckler & Koch MP5A3|Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Sa vz. 61 Skorpion
Sa vz. 61 Skorpion are seen in the hands of an Orcmen and Millennium members. Harry used one in the last episode.
Thompson Submachine Gun
Thompson Submachine Gun are seen in the hands of random street thugs and Millennium thugs, in particular, Harry's group. It is hard to tell, but they might be A1s.
An unknown AK variant was seen in the first episode. We get a good close up of the front end of the rifle.
That looks like a Gyrojet rocket pistol. Plus a VP-70Z, an S&W Schofield, and what looks like a Tokarev. RW66
Maybe a Remington 1100?-Flavio