The following weapons were used in the anime series High Card:
The Beretta 93R was used by Theodore Constantine Pinochle back when he was only a High Card agent.
Beretta 93R with optional unfolded shoulder stock - 9x19mm
The 93R drawn out by Theodore from underneath his coat in "To Be Apart".
Theodore calmly aims the machine pistol at fellow HC agent Tyler Redgrave.
The M1911A1 is seen in the OP sequence, "Trickster".
Screen used Auto Ordnance M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
The pistol on the upper right side in the OP sequence, "Trickster".
The Glock 17 is used by the Shield County Police (SCP). Some are seen in High Card safehouses in hidden stashes.
Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Uniformed SCP officers open fire on a superpowered human in "Make a Choice".
The Glocks in a hidden stash.
A SCP plainclothes officer aims his Glock at Chris Redgrave in "Chris".
A HC agent takes out his Glock 17 in "Finn".
Detective Constable (DC) Sugar Peace aims her Glock during a fight between Nhat Thi Nguyen and Love-P. Note that her sidearm is not animated correctly.
Detective Inspector (DI) Greg Young aims his sidearm after Love-P fatally wounds Nhat Thi Nguyen.
Smith & Wesson SW1911
A Smith & Wesson SW1911 is used by High Card agent Chris Redgrave as his personal sidearm.
Smith & Wesson SW1911 - .45 ACP
Chris takes out his sidearm in "One Shot".
Bobby Ball grabs the SW1911 during a fight.
Chris shows Finn his pistol in "Make a Choice".
The SW1911 aimed at Finn after the latter secures the 5 of Clubs at the end of "To Be Apart".
In "Chris", the plainclothes officer's sidearm changes to a SIG-Sauer P226 from a Glock 17.
The dropped sidearm in "Chris".
Nambu Model 60
The Nambu Model 60 is used by HC agent Finn Oldman after he gets the 2 of Spades, allowing him to summon it as his primary weapon.
Nambu Model 60 Snub-nose - .38 Special
The Model 60 in the OP sequence, "Trickster".
Finn grins after the revolver is materialized.
Finn summons his weapon for the first time in "One Shot".
Aiming the iron sights at Bobby.
Finn with his summoned weapon in "Make a Choice".
Finn takes aim with his Model 60 at Wendy in "Samurai Girl" after she's taken over by the Love-P persona.
The Model 60 aimed at Alexander Alekson in "To Be Apart".
In "Finn", the Model 60 is summoned by Finn.
The revolver's iron sights being aimed.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
The Heckler & Koch MP5A2 is used by Fourlandian security forces.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Navy trigger group - 9x19mm
A FRG soldier takes cover during a firefight in "One Shot".
SCP Firearms Officers with the MP5A2 in "By Your Side". Note that they're animated with the stock being brown.
A SCP FO opens fire at Chris in the middle of "Chris".
SCP FOs at a checkpoint in "Finn" after reacting to an earthquake.
AK carbines outfitted with Magpul-based furniture (including Zhukov stocks) are used by Klondike Mafia soldiers and various bad guys in the show. They look similar to the custom Zastava M92 used in The Fate of the Furious.
AK rifles used in The Fate of the Furious
. The two bottom ones are Zastava M92s with Magpul Zhukov stocks, and one of them has a Magpul MOE handguard.
KM soldiers in tactical gear in the OP sequence, "Trickster".
HC agent Wendy Sato engages the KM soldiers during a close quarters fight.
The same scene, except Wendy's in her Love & Peace Persona. This only appears from "Power Game" onwards.
Armed KM soldiers open fire on FRG soldiers in "One Shot" during a raid on the Fourlandian Royal Castle.
An AK carbine is used by a motorbike helmet-wearing bank robber in "Samurai Girl".
Ban Klondike orders the KM soldiers in the sewers in "Chris".
The AK carbine fired at FRG soldiers during an attack in Forland Palace.
The KM soldier opens fire on Vijay Kumar Singh in "Finn". This is the only time when the animators made a mistake and broke off continuity since the carbine is outfitted to fire Soviet 7.62 ammo. The casings/curved mag indicate that it's at least 9mm.
KM soldiers open fire on Leo's position in the palace. In this scene, it's properly animated with the 7.62 mag loaded.
The AK-12K is seen in the OP sequence, "Trickster".
A shot of the AK-12K's receiver in the OP sequence, "Trickster".
Shots of the AK-12K's stock, barrel and foregrip.
A Mossberg 500 is seen in the Pinochle Old Maid Street branch in a hidden stash. A version with wooden furniture is used by armed bank robbers in "Samurai Girl".
Mossberg 500 "Persuader" - 12 gauge
The shotgun in a hidden stash in "Make a Choice".
Mossberg 500AT Shotgun - 12 gauge
The shotgun aimed at Wendy in "Samurai Girl".
Browning M2HBs are used by FRG forces when armed intruders storm the Fourlandian Royal Castle in "One Shot".
Browning M2HB Twin mount on tripod with gun shield and rear anti-aircraft sight - .50 BMG
A FRG soldier opens fire with dual M2HBs in "One Shot" on the armed Huey.
Another shot of the M2HBs.
M134 Miniguns are attached on a UH-1 Huey used in the attack on the Fourlandian Royal Castle in "One Shot".
General Dynamics GAU-17/A, US Air Force version of the M134 Minigun - 7.62x51mm NATO
The Minigun fired at FRG forces at the start of "One Shot".
Remington Model 700
A Remington Model 700 with a night vision scope is used by Owen Alldays in "One Shot" during a raid on the Fourlandian Royal Castle. He uses it as his primary weapon.
The sniper rifle aimed at an armed chopper in "One Shot".
The barrel of the Model 700 in "Chris".
Shot of the bipod, sling and riflescope.
The riflescope attached via picatinny rail and the cartridge holder on the stock.
Carl Gustaf Recoilless Rifle
In "Crazy Rich", a Carl Gustaf Recoilless Rifle is summoned by Leo after he uses the 7 of Diamonds. In "Finn", Leo uses it to take out waves of KM soldiers raiding the Forland Palace.
Carl Gustav M4 with bipod attached and carry handle removed or folded - 84x246mm R
The RR summoned by Leo in "Crazy Rich".
"All bow before money."
Leo aims the RR's scope.
A good shot of the backblast.
The RR being fired in "Finn".
Leo uses his 7 of Diamonds powers to summon another RR.
In this shot, you can see a scope attached.