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Psycho-Pass 1

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Psycho-Pass 1 (October 12, 2012 – March 22, 2013).

The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the anime series Psycho-Pass:



Dominator Portable Psychological Diagnosis and Suppression System

The Dominator Portable Psychological Diagnosis and Suppression System aka the 45MW.TRG Dominator is used by most officers working with the Ministry of Welfare Public Safety Bureau. The Dominator have three modes, consisting of Non-Lethal Paralyzer, Lethal Eliminator and Destroy Decomposer modes.

Cerevo Dominator Portable Psychological Diagnosis and Suppression System aka the 45MW.TRG Dominator - Non-Lethal Paralyzer Mode.
The Dominator in NLP mode in the first OP sequence, "abnormalize".
Inspector Akane Tsunemori aims her Dominator in the second OP sequence, "Cause I Feel".
Barring the SFX distraction in the first "ED sequence, "The Monster with No Name", it's possible to get a good look at the Dominator.
The Dominators retracted from a MWPSB roller box in "Crime Coefficient".
Enforcer Tomomi Masaoka secures his Dominator.
Akane's biometrics being read after she secures a Dominator.
In one of her blunders, Akane aims her Dominator at a drunk in the Abolition apartment block. She's fortunate that the drunk is not judged by the Sibyl System.
Enforcer Shusei Kagari aims his Dominator at Nobuo Okuara.
Okura uses of the seized Dominators. Note the red light, indicating that he can't use it.
Inspector Nobuchika Ginoza fires his Dominator in Non-Lethal Paralyzer to stun Chika Shimazu after being beaten and raped by Okura due to her slightly high Psycho Pass.
In one of the season's worse moments, Akane's Dominator can't register Shogo Makishima's Psycho Pass to warrant judgement in "Saint's Supper".
Enforcer Mitsuru Sasayama aims his Dominator at a suspect in "Devil's Crossroad". You can see that he's got a trigger finger.
Pre-Enforcer Yayoi Kunizuka tries to use a borrowed Dominator. SPOILER: It doesn't work.
Once again, Akane can't help but admire her issued Dominator in "Blood-Stained Reward". Makes you wonder if her CC will ever go up.
Cerevo Dominator Portable Psychological Diagnosis and Suppression System aka the 45MW.TRG Dominator - Lethal Eliminator Mode.
Ginoza aiming his Dominator in "Nobody Knows your Face" in LEM to kill Masatake Mido.
Enforcer Shinya Kogami is given authorization by Sibyl to use LEM to kill Rikako Oryo in "The Rest is Silence". No rest for the wicked even if the killer is a minor.
"You're gonna make a mess!"
Sasayama uses his Dominator in LEM to take out a hostage taker in "Devil's Crossroad".
Chief Joshu Kasei uses her Dominator to fire in LEM to take out Choe Gu-song in "The Gate to Judgement".
Inspector Risa Aoyanagi confronts Enforcer Ryogo Kozuki when he tries to escape Tokyo in the Extended Edition/New Edit version of "Iron Heart".
Poseidon Dominator Portable Psychological Diagnosis and Suppression System aka the 45MW.TRG Dominator - Destroy Decomposer Mode.
Kogami uses a Dominator in Destroy Decomposer mode to destroy a rogue factory drone in "Rearing Conventions".
Kasei's Dominator corrupted to active DDM to assassinate Kagari for his knowledge on the Sibyl System's true nature at the end of "The Gate to Judgement".

Ruger SP101

The Ruger SP101 is first seen in "A Promise Written on Water" when Kogami takes Masaoka's revolver from his days with the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, using it in said episode as his personal sidearm. It's later used by Shogo Makishima and Akane in "Perfect World".

In the Extended Edition/New Edit version, the SP101 is first seen in "Invitation from the Abyss" when Ginoza talks to his Psycho Pass counselor about his father.

Ruger SP 101 Stainless with hammer - .357 Magnum.
The SP101 being fired in the second OP sequence, "Out of Control".
Ginoza remembers his father showing off his revolver in the Extended Edition/New Edit version of "Invitation from the Abyss".
This is how Ginoza eventually got a high CC and became an Enforcer in his adult years.
Kogami cleans the stripped revolver since it wasn't used for a long time after it was kept in Masaoka's pre-TMPD safehouse in "A Promise Written on Water".
A shot of the stripped parts.
Kogami examines the assembled SP101.
Kogami hunts down Makishima in "Blood-Stained Reward".
Akane transfers her admiration from her Dominator to Masaoka's SP101 in "Perfect World". Again, why doesn't her CC change?!
Akane aims the SP101 at the truck's front left wheel to disable it. Note that its markings are different from the actual Ruger markings.
Makishima takes the dropped revolver and aims at the injured Akane.
Makishima tries to pull the trigger.
Kogami uses a speedloader to load up the revolver.
The revolver used by Kogami when he enacts justice by executing Makishima, ending his reign of terror.



A musket is seen inside Toyohisa Senguji's office in "Symbolism of Bletilla Striata".

Charleville Musket (modern reproduction) - 69 caliber
The musket in the bottom rung of the gun rack in "Symbolism of Bletilla Striata".

Bolt-Action Rifle

In "The Rest is Silence", there's a bolt-action rifle that's placed on top of the gun rack inside Senguji's office.

The gun rack inside Senguji's office in "The Rest is Silence".


Over and Under Shotgun

An Over and Under Shotgun is used by Senguji to kill Rikako Oryo and later on, to kill Kogami in "The Rest is Silence", "Paradise Fruit", "Methuselah's Game" and "Saint's Supper". Makishima uses it in the latter episode with Akane taking the dropped weapon.

Beretta SV10 Perennia III - 12 Gauge
The shotgun resting on a table in "The Rest is Silence".
Senguji has a nice talk with Rikako while armed.
Senguji dispose of the high school student while having the advantage of his robo hunting dogs to hide any blood from the public.
The shotgun stripped by Senguji for daily maintenance in "Paradise Fruit".
Closeup of the shotgun's empty chamber in "Methuselah's Game".
The shotgun broken in half for a reload. Note that he's wearing night vision goggles.
Senguji hunting for the latest prey. Little does he know that it's the last hunt for him...
Senguji crouches down with his shotgun in "Saint's Supper".
Closeup of the shotgun's trigger/trigger guard and receiver.
Makishima threatens to use the shotgun on Yuki Funahara.
Akane fails in an attempt to dual wield the shotgun with her Dominator when she confronts Makishima.


EMP Grenade

A EMP grenade is used by PSB officers/enforcers to control the riots starting throughout the Greater Tokyo Area in "The Town Where Sulfur Falls". Akane later uses it as a distraction in "Perfect World".

The EMP grenade shown in a debriefing screen in "The Town Where Sulfur Falls".
Kogami activates the grenade after he encounters anti-Sibyl System helmet-wearing rioters.
Kogami does his impression of tossing the grenade like a baseball pitcher.
The grenade tossed towards Kogami's direction in "Perfect World".

Other Guns

Nail Gun

A Nail gun is used by armed men hijacking an automated armored van in "Sweet Poison". Makishima's group in the season as a weapon to deal with Sibyl security drones and later on by Makishima himself.

The unused nail gun in "Sweet Poison".
The helmeted hijacker fires the nail gun at the armored van's front wheels.
During the hijacking, the nail gun is fired to take out the security droid inside the van.
The nail gun with one of Makishima's men in "The Town Where Sulfur Falls" to take out Sibyls security drones.
First person view of the nail gun aimed at the back of Kagari in "The Gate to Judgement".
Kagari ducks to avoid the incoming gun shot during a fight in close quarters.
Kagari uses a seized nail gun.
Kogami uses a seized nail gun during the raid on NONA Tower.
Makishima aims the nail gun in "Blood-Stained Reward" at Masaoka.

Laser Gun

A laser-based gun was used in "The Gate to Judgement" by Choe when he confronts Kasei in the basement floor of the NONA Tower.

The gun fired at Kasei in "The Gate to Judgement".


Gun Rack

A gun rack seen inside Senguji's office in "Symbolism of Bletilla Striata".

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