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Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger

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Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger (2018-19).

The following weapons were used in the television series Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger:



Pistols

SIG-Sauer P226R

The SIG-Sauer P226R is used by Global Special Police Organization officer Keiichiro Asaka (Kousei Yuuki) as his sidearm of choice. It's also seen with the academy for cadets to use.

SIG-Sauer P226R - 9x19mm
Keiichiro busts into the underground casino with the P226R, first seen in "The Troublemaking Phantom Thieves".
Keiichiro confronts the Lupinrangers inside the underground casino.
The P226R's slide, barrel and springs removed as Tsukasa conducts firearms maintenance.
Keiichiro aims the P226R during a flashback in the GSPO Academy shooting range in "An Unforgivable Relationship".
Tsukasa aims the P226R during a flashback in the GSPO Academy shooting range.
Another shot of Tsukasa practicing with the P226R during a flashback in the GSPO Academy shooting range in "Will Continue Shooting No Matter What".
Another shot of Keiichiro practicing with the P226R during a flashback in the GSPO Academy shooting range.

SIG-Sauer P228

The SIG-Sauer P228 is issued by the Global Special Police Organization as their sidearm, being used by officer Tsukasa Myojin (Kazusa Okuyama) and by Samuel Hilltop (Ike Nwala).

SIG-Sauer P228 - 9x19mm
Tsukasa busts into the underground casino with the P228, first seen in "The Troublemaking Phantom Thieves".
The P228 on the table near the M4.
GSPO SP officers open fire on Bundolt Peggy in "The Targeted Global Police".
Hilltop takes aim at Bundolt.
Keiichiro uses the P228 on Gangler Ponderman during an anti-Gangler op in a flashback in "The Man Who Returned".
Satoru Shinonome (Hirotaka Hatano) takes cover while firing the P228 at the incoming Pondermen.

Starter Pistol

A starter pistol is used to start a track and field race at the end of "Magic Bracelet".

The pistol fired in "Magic Bracelet" to start a T&F race.

Walther P38

A Walther P38 can be seen in an exhibit poster in "Legendary Gun".

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
The P38 is seen above the kanji "展" in "Legendary Gun". The poster says "世界のおもしろピストル展" (Sekai no omoshiro pisutoru-ten or World's Interesting Pistol Exhibition).

Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 64

What appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 64 can be seen in an exhibit poster in "Legendary Gun".

Smith & Wesson Model 64 Stainless Model - .38 Special
The revolver seen behind the kanji "世界" in "Legendary Gun". The poster says "世界のおもしろピストル展" (Sekai no omoshiro pisutoru-ten or World's Interesting Pistol Exhibition).

Submachine Guns

Thompson Submachine Gun

The Thompson Submachine Gun can be seen in an exhibit poster in "Legendary Gun".

Colt M1921AC Thompson with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP.
The Thompson positioned up as seen in the poster in "Legendary Gun". The poster says "世界のおもしろピストル展" (Sekai no omoshiro pisutoru-ten or World's Interesting Pistol Exhibition).

Shotguns

Double Eagle M56C (Airsoft)

The Airsoft Double Eagle M56C appears to be the weapon of choice used by Global Special Police Organization officer Sakuya Hikawa (Ryo Yokoyama) when not in Patranger sentai uniform. It's seen in a flashback sequence in "Photos are Memories".

Double Eagle M56C, Airsoft replica of a Benelli M3.
Sakuya busts into the underground casino with the shotgun, first seen in "The Troublemaking Phantom Thieves".
The shotgun placed on a table as Tsukasa conducts firearms maintenance. You can see that the M4 has no rail on the receiver.
Sakuya ports the M56C in a flashback in "Photos Are Memories", although the shot is actually taken from stock footage in "The Troublemaking Phantom Thieves".

Rifles

Flintlock Rifle

What appears to be an unknown flintlock rifle can be seen in an exhibit poster in "Legendary Gun".

Pennsylvania Rifle - .40 caliber
The M82 positioned next to the Thompson in "Legendary Gun". The poster says "世界のおもしろピストル展" (Sekai no omoshiro pisutoru-ten or World's Interesting Pistol Exhibition).

Carbines

Air Carbine

Bolt-action air carbines are seen with Keiichiro and Kairi Yano (Asahi Itou) in a carnival shooting range in "Two are on a Trip".

Keiichiro aims his air carbine in "Two are on a Trip".
Kairi aims the carbine with his right hand. You can make out the bolt in the photo.

Machine Guns

M61 Vulcan

The M61 Vulcan appears to be used as one of the weapons mounted on the Kaitou Gattai LupinKaiser. It's also seen with the X Emperor Gunner, the Good Cool Kaiser VSX, LupinKaiser Magic, X Emperor Gunner and on Lupin Magnum Superior.

GE M61 Vulcan Cannon - 20x102mm
The LupinKaiser engages the enlarged Gangler Nargo in "Global Police, Chase After Them".
The LupinKaiser about to use Lupin Kaiser Rapid Strike in "What to Protect".
Closeup of the Vulcan attachment in "The Phantom Thieves' Identities". This shot is used as stock footage whenever this particular attachment is in use.
You can see the Blue Dial Fighter having the M61's barrels acting as thrusters in "It's Not Over Yet".
A shot of the LupinKaiser armed with the Hammer Dial Fighter in "Will Continue Shooting No Matter What".
The X Emperor Gunner poses with the PatKaiser in "A Promise to Return Alive".
The Vulcan being fired at an enlarged Giwi.
The Vulcan, usually seen with the LupinKaiser, is seen in the Good Cool Kaiser VSX in "I'll Make You Stronger than Ever".
The Vulcan seen on the LupinKaiser Magic in "More Fighting On My Birthday".
In "Shoot the Bomb", the Vulcan Arm is seen attached on Lupin Magnum Superior.
LupinKaiser (Left) and LupinKaiser Magic (Second from Left) pose in "I can't stop worrying".
The X Emperor Gunner takes out a Goram at the end of "A Door to Another World".
The giant Ponderman are shot by X Emperor Gunner and Lupin Magnum Superior in "Looking Forward to Christmas".
Dogranio Yabun uses his shield against the M61 in "As a Phantom Thief, as a Police Officer".

Sniper Rifles

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare

An Accuracy International Arctic Warfare sniper rifle is seen with the unnamed woman known as "Auntie" (Mako Isozumi) in "I can't stop worrying".

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare, airsoft replica
The auntie turns into a black-suited sniper rifle-armed assassin in Umika and Tooma's vision, a side effect of the worry beam in "I can't stop worrying".
In this shot, you can see the bore of the AI's barrel and see that it's an air gun.
The woman chases Kairi in the streets. Note from this shot, she fires it in semi-auto, not bothering to cycle the bolt.

Barrett M82

A Barrett M82 can be seen in an exhibit poster in "Legendary Gun".

Barrett M82A1M - .50 BMG
The M82 positioned up above the P38 in "Legendary Gun". The poster says "世界のおもしろピストル展" (Sekai no omoshiro pisutoru-ten or World's Interesting Pistol Exhibition).

Special Weapons

VS Changer

The VS Changer is used by the Lupinranger and Patranger teams. The Lupinranger and Patranger teams have access to the GoodStriker module when extra firepower is needed.

A very good closeup of the VS Changer used by Keiichiro when he and the others confront the Lupinrangers.
A good shot of the VS Changer as seized by the Patrangers in "We're the Young Phantom Thieves".

Lupinranger Version

Tooma Yoimachi (Shogou Hama) (Left), Kairi Yano (Asahi Itou) (Middle) and Umika Hayami (Haruka Kudo) (Right) confront Ruretta Gerou at the start of "The Troublemaking Phantom Thieves".
The thieves position their Dial Fighters on top of their VS Changers during a fight against Garatt Nargo.
The LupinKaiser prepares to fire the giant VS Charger for the GoodStriker Rapid-Fire Defeating Shot at a huge Nargo.
The Lupinrangers man the giant VS Chargers from the LupinKaiser's cockpit via personal VS Charger.
The Lupinrangers launch their Dial Fighters in "An Unforgivable Relationship".
Kairi twists the VS Changer's handle inside Lupin Kaiser in "What to Protect".
The VS Changers aimed at Noel in "The Truth Found".
The Lupinranger VS Changer seen in the Lupin Collection saferoom in "I Am Sure I Will See You Again".
Lupinranger VS Changer w/ Red Dial Fighter.
Kairi turns the dials of his Red Dial Fighter in "A Police Officer's Duty".
Kairi aim his VS Changer at Tooma's chest, under the control of Manta Bayarsh, in "Because We're Comrades".
In "Good People, Bad People, and Ordinary People", Kairi gets the Red Dial Fighter during a Gangler rampage.
Lupinranger VS Changer w/ Blue Dial Fighter.
Tooma inserts the Blue Dial Fighter in "A Police Officer's Duty".
Tooma aims the VS Changer at Kairi after his body was under Manta's control in "Because We're Comrades".
Lupinranger VS Changer w/ Yellow Dial Fighter.
Kogure (Yoichi Nukumizu) hands Umika her VS Changer in "Always Saved".
Umika inserts the Yellow Dial Fighter into her VS Changer in the middle of "The Best and Worst Day Off".
Lupinranger VS Changer w/ Scissor Blade/Dial Fighter.
Kairi inserts the orange pendant in "To See Them Again"... It later morphs...
...into the attached Scissor/Blade Dial Fighter module in "To See Them Again".
The Scissor/Blade Dial Fighter module is quickly inserted in "It's Not Over Yet".
Umika uses the Scissor/Blade Dial Fighter module on her VS Changer near the end of "The Secret of the Collection".
Lupinranger VS Changer w/ Magic Dial Fighter.
Kairi inserts the Magic Dial Fighter module in "More Fighting On My Birthday".
Tooma inserts the Magic Dial Fighter module on his VS Changer in "The Gangler who Surrendered".
Lupinranger VS Changer w/SirenStriker.
Kairi inserts the SirenStriker module on his VS Changer near the end of "Collection from Outer Space".
Kairi takes aim like a gangster...
A good shot of the SirenStriker on Kairi's VS Changer while aiming at Noel in "I can't stop worrying".
An exception was made when Sakuya uses the SirenStriker on his VS Changer in "Looking Forward to Christmas".
Lupinranger VS Changer w/ Trigger Machine Splash.
Kairi inserts the Trigger Machine Splash module in "Two are on a Trip".
Tooma uses the Trigger Machine Splash module in "Request for a Duel".
Lupinranger VS Changer w/ VictoryStriker.
Kairi inserts the VictoryStriker module in "Bet on This".
Lupinranger VS Changer w/ GoodStriker module.
Kairi inserts the GoodStriker attachment on his VS Changer in "Global Police, Chase After Them".
Showing off the VS Changer with the GoodStriker attachment in "Take Them Back No Matter What".
The Goodstriker attachment is placed on Kairi's VS Changer in "The Underground Auction".

Patranger Version

The GSPO officers confront the Lupinrangers with their Trigger Machines drawn out.
The officers insert the TMs below the barrels of their VS Changers.
The Patranger man the giant blaster arm from the Keisatsu Gattai PatKaiser's cockpit via personal VS Charger to execute the PatKaiser Bullet Strike at the end of "Take Them Back No Matter What".
Keiichiro opens fire at Rubroom Jaws in "An Unforgivable Relationship".
Sakuya aims his VS Changer at Bundolt in "The Targeted Global Police".
Tsukasa aims her VS Changer at Bundolt.
Keiichiro takes out a Gangler Ponderman in "The Phantom Thieves' Identities" with the CAR technique.
Touma uses Tsukasa's VS Changer to take out several Ponderman in "A Door to Another World".
Satoru aims Keiichiro's VS Changer at Noel at the end of "The Man Who Returned".
Closeup of the VS Changer's trigger used by the Patrangers in "The Truth Found".
Patranger VS Changer w/ Trigger Machine 1gou module.
Keiichiro inserts his Trigger Machine 1gou attachment in "Will Continue Shooting No Matter What".
Keiichiro yells after he gets his memory back near the end of "Photos are Memories".
Patranger VS Changer w/ Trigger Machine 2gou module.
Sakuya inserts his Trigger Machine 2gou attachment in "Will Continue Shooting No Matter What".
Sakuya is forced to hand his VS Changer in "Compensation for Disobeying Orders".
The 2gou module is inserted to the VS Changer near the end of "Shoot the Bomb".
Patranger VS Changer w/ Trigger Machine 3gou module.
Tsukasa inserts her Trigger Machine 3gou attachment in "Will Continue Shooting No Matter What".
Tsukasa preps her VS Changer in "The Best and Worst Day Off".
Patranger VS Changer w/ Trigger Machine Biker module.
Keiichiro inserts the Biker attachment on his VS Changer in "Will Continue Shooting No Matter What".
The Patrangers execute the Biker Suppression Shot.
Keiichiro aims his VS Changer after using the Biker attachment in "The Best and Worst Day Off".
Sakuya inserts the Biker attachment on his VS Changer in "The Set Trap".
Sakuya executes the Biker Suppression Shot.
You can see the Trigger Machine Biker attachment on Sakuya's VS Changer near the end of "Yes-Man Dancing".
Patranger VS Changer w/ GoodStriker module.
Keiichiro inserts the GoodStriker attachment on his VS Changer in "Global Police, Chase After Them".
Patren 1gou poses after the Ichigeki Strike is fired at Nargo.
The VS Charger being charged to fire the Ichigeki Strike in "An Unforgivable Relationship".
Keiichiro fires at Togeno while gripping the GoodStriker module in "A Police Officer's Duty".
A very good closeup shot of the GoodStriker module being attached in "We're the Young Phantom Thieves".
Patranger VS Changer w/ Trigger Machine Drill module.
Keiichiro arms his VS Changer after equipping it in "The Set Trap" with the Trigger Machine Drill attachment.
Patranger VS Changer w/ Trigger Machine Crane module.
Keiichiro prepares to fire his VS Changer equipped with the Trigger Machine Crane attachment in "A Police Officer's Duty".
Sakuya opens fire with his VS Changer equipped with the Trigger Machine Crane attachment in "Yes-Man Dancing".
Tsukasa inserts the Trigger Machine Crane attachment in "Time of Battle".

Used by both sides

Patranger VS Changer w/ Cyclone Dial Fighter.
Keiichiro inserts the Cyclone attachment on his VS Changer during a fight with Kairi in "The Targeted Global Police".
Kairi works on the Cyclone attachment's dial in "The Best and Worst Day Off".
Tooma uses the Scissor/Blade Dial Fighter module on his VS Changer near the end of "The Secret of the Collection".
Umika attaches the Cyclone Dial Fighter module on her VS Changer in "Yes-Man Dancing".

Other Modules

Kairi attaches the Music Dial Fighter on his VS Changer in the OP sequence, which first appears in the episode "The New Phantom Thief is a Police Officer".
Kairi aims his VS Changer at Keiichiro's head.
Keiichiro attaches the Trigger Machine Music on his VS Changer in the OP sequence, which first appears in the episode "The New Phantom Thief is a Police Officer".
Keiichiro aims his VS Changer at Kairi's chest.

X Changer

The X Changer is used as the sidearm of Noel Takao (Seiya Motoki) aka Lupin X and Patren X. The upper receiver can be moved from the left and right in order to change as either Lupin X or Patren X.

X Changer - Patren X version.
Noel handles the X Changer as he prepares to morph into Patren X in "The New Phantom Thief Is a Police Officer".
Noel rotates the receiver while he summons X Train Gold in the middle of "Friend or Foe? On Board or Not?". It's sometimes used as stock footage.
Noel with his X Changer in "More Fighting On My Birthday".
X Changer - Lupin X version.
Noel moves the upper receiver as he prepares to morph into Lupin X in "The New Phantom Thief is a Police Officer".
Noel moves the receiver while in Patren X form.
A good shot of the Lupin X-form of the X Changer.
A shot of the X Changer while Noel summons X Train Silver. It's sometimes used as stock footage.
The X Changer drawn out in "Status Gold".
The X Changer used to repair the damage done to Kairi's Blue Dial fighter.

X Train Attachments

The X Train Attachments used by Noel can be used by the Lupinrangers and the Patrangers at various times.

X Train Fire

VS Changer w/ X Train Fire.
Sakuya inserts the X Train Fire attachment on his VS Changer in "Friend or Foe? On Board or Not?".
Kairi uses the X Train Fire attachment on his VS Changer in "Love Is an Indispensable Part of Life".
Umika attaches the X Train Fire module on her VS Changer in "Status Gold".
Tooma attaches the X Train Fire module on her VS Changer in "Yes-Man Dancing".
Sakuya with the X Train Fire module on his VS Changer in "Your Place to Return".

X Train Thunder

VS Changer w/ X Train Thunder.
Tsukasa inserts the X Train Thunder module on her VS Changer in "Friend or Foe? On Board or Not?".
Tooma uses the X Train Thunder module on his VS Changer in "Love Is an Indispensable Part of Life".
Kairi attaches the X Train Thunder module on her VS Changer in "Yes-Man Dancing".
Tsukasa with the X Train Thunder module on her VS Changer in "Your Place to Return".

Lupin Magnum

The Lupin Magnum, serving as Kairi's alternate sidearm, makes an appearance in "Legendary Gun" after he takes it from a Lupin hideout. It can be combined with a VS Changer. It can be used to take out enemies from behind cover, including concrete.

Lupin Magnum pistol.
The Lupin Magnum in a full shot in "Legendary Gun".
Kairi examines the LM.
Kairi aims the LM at Kerbero Gangan.
The LM aimed at in "Good People, Bad People, and Ordinary People".
Kairi takes aim with the LM from inside the LupinKaiser near the end of "A Door to Another World".
An enlarged LM seen with Good Cool Kaiser VSX in "Time of Battle".
Lupin Magnum attached to VS Changer.
The LM attached onto Kairi's VS Changer in "Legendary Gun".
Kairi prepares to fire the combined LM/VSC from the Lupin Magnum Superior.
The combined pistols aimed at Druine in "Good People, Bad People, and Ordinary People".
Closeup of the LM's dial being turned in "I can't stop worrying".
Full shot of the LM attached on Kairi's VS Changer.
The LM being charged for a final shot against Zamigo in "Forever Adieu".

Robo Mode

The LM in Robo Mode opens fire at Druine in "Good People, Bad People, and Ordinary People".
The LM being used by LupinKaiser.
The LM Robo changes to its Gun Mode at the end of "Shoot the Bomb".
The LM Robo poses after completing its transformation to Robo mode.

Gangler Weapons

Get Big/Gros caliber

The Get Big/Gros caliber pistol is used by Gangler doctor Goche Ru Medou to enlarge Gangler monsters.

Get Big/Gros caliber pistol.
The Get Big/Gros caliber pistol seen with the entire Lupin Collection.
Goche shows up from a portal in "Global Police, Chase After Them".
Goche threatens Destra in "An Unforgivable Relationship".
A good shot of the pistol hidden inside Goche's safe in "Friend or Foe? On Board or Not?".

Freeze Colder

Zamigo Delma uses ice-based flintlock pistols as his main sidearm of choice known as Freeze Colder.

Brander & Potts London Flintlock Duelling Pistol - .55 caliber.
Zamigo in his human form (Jingi Irie) aims his Freeze Colder at Kairi in "It's Not Over Yet".
Zamigo aims his dual FCs at Kairi.
Zamigo freezes Isoleb for annoying him in "Collection from Outer Space".
The dual FCs are brandished by Zamigo in "Bet on This".
Zamigo draws another pair from the gold safes mounted on his legs.
The FC used by Zamigo in "What I Can Do Now?".
Closeup of a FC's trigger in "Forever Adieu".
Kairi seizes a FC from Zamigo.
Zamigo and Kairi fight in close quarters.

Gunkan Gun

The Gunkan Gun used by Togeno Aves as his primary weapon resembles a dual barreled 12 gauge shotgun.

Winchester Model 21 - 12 gauge
Togeno confronts the Patrangers in "The Set Trap".
Closeup of the dual barrels in "A Police Officer's Duty" as Togeno fires his GG.
The GG being fired at Kairi and Umika.
In this shot, you can see that the Au loin/Far Off piece is equipped to allow the weapon to be fired at short intervals.
A flashback of Togeno with his GG after being enlarged in "Because We're Comrades".

Kerther P-38

The Kerther P-38 used by Kerbero Gangan as his primary weapon resembles parts/aesthetics taken from a Tanegashima rifle/pistol.

Short-barrelled "Tanegashima" matchlock arquebus at the Ako Temple museum
Short barreled tanzutsu modern firing replica.
Kerbero aims the KP-38 at the Patrangers in "Legendary Gun".
A full shot of the KP-38 held by Kerbero.
Kerbero opens fire during a gunfight.
An enlarged Kerbero with his weapon.

Seahorsniper

The Seahorsniper is used by Narizma Shibonz as his main weapon in "The Truth Found", based on a flintlock pistol.

Brander & Potts London Flintlock Duelling Pistol - .55 caliber.
Narizma fights the Patrangers with his Seahorsniper in "The Truth Found".
An enlarged version of the Seahorsniper as used by Narizma.

Others

Destra Majjo's body

You can see that Destra Maggio's body is inspired by the design of the Mk. 2 hand grenade.

Mk. 2 hand grenade.
Someone's got an interesting idea on the creature design of Destra.
Destra paying Togeno a visit in "A Police Officer's Duty", which is not exactly social.
Destra glaring at Noel after laying a beatdown in "Collection from Outer Space".

Destlauncher

The Destlauncher, Destra's personal weapon, is seen with Destra throughout the show. Its rocket launcher function is seemingly based on the M202 FLASH, first used in "The Door to Another World".

M202A1 FLASH - 66mm
Destra aims the Destlauncher at Sakuya and Keiichiro in "The Door to Another World".
A shot of the Destlauncher's backblast.
The Destlauncher aimed at Kairi and Noel at the start of "Time of Battle".

Goram Grenade

The Goram Grenade is used by Destra to summon Gorams in "The Door to Another World".

The dual grenades taken by Destra in "The Door to Another World".

Lupinranger Arsenal

The Lupinrangers assemble their arsenal before Kogure and Noel in "Friend or Foe? On Board or Not?".
A flashback sequence of the Lupinrangers prepping their VS Changers in "We're the Young Phantom Thieves".
The Lupinranger arsenal with Noel's weapon in "An Inescapable Game".

Patranger Arsenal

The Patrangers assemble their arsenal inside the GSPO's Japanese branch office in "The Real Face Behind the Mask".

Arrow of Light

The Arrow of Light is used when the Magic Dial Fighter is used with a VS Changer, first seen in "More Fighting On My Birthday".

Kairi use the AOL during a fight in "More Fighting On My Birthday".
Tooma uses the AOL while fighting Pondermen in "Legendary Gun".
Tooma aims the AOL at Pekka in "Shoot the Bomb".
Sakuya fights Dogranio in "I Am Sure I Will See You Again".

SirenStriker Super Armor

The SirenStriker Super Armor, when used with the Police Boost mode in a VS Changer and aimed at a designated ranger, allows him to access the Trigger Machine's Super Armor system. Any ranger that uses it will address themselves with a Super moniker in their codename.

Noel in Super Lupin X Armor, takes aim at Jarnake for the Super Superior Strike attack with the dual cannons mounted on his shoulders in "Collection from Outer Space".
Kairi in Super Lupin Red Armor, aims the VS Changer at Delma since the armor allows him to anticipate his shots.
Noel poses with his SLXA while being next to the SirenStriker in "I can't stop worrying".
The dual cannons being fired at Dugong Manattee.
Kairi's SLRA fans disperse Dugong Manattee's fog.
Side view of the motorbike-like handlebars for Noel's Super Lupin X Armor in "The Truth Found".
Sakuya assists Noel in using his SLXA at the end of "Looking Forward to Christmas".
Noel using the SLXA during the fight with Dogranio in "I Am Sure I Will See You Again".
Keiichiro using the the Super Armor as Super Patren 1gou.
Sakuya manning the handlebars.

Toy MP5

A toy MP5 is used by Hilltop while trying to convince a Gangler in custody to speak up in "The Gangler who Surrendered".

Hilltop doing a bad impersonation of Robocop in "The Gangler who Surrendered".

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