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  • Weapons-Guns
    • A350 Blaster Rifles
        • Mando tells Ahsoka Tano that the magistrate has a small army of guards armed with A350 blaster rifles, two HK-87 assassin droids and a hired gunfighter. (Season 2 episode Chapter 13 The Jedi)
    • Agonizer
        • Terran Empire weapon, a small device worn on the belt used to inflict pain. (Season 2 episode Mirror, Mirror)
        • Terran Empire weapon. Agonizers were used on the mirror universe counterparts of Kira Nerys and Elim Garak to make them more obedient. (Season 4 episode Shattered Mirror)
    • AKR Ammo Pack
        • Ammunition that Aeryn mentions when talking to her unborn baby: And that's the sound of an AKR maximum load ammo pack being chambered into a full grade field ranger pulse pistol. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Barber's Hoop
        • Gun. Years ago the Reynolds Syndicate tried to buy their way into Jason Taverner's show, so he had learned to use and carry a gun - a Barber's Hoop with a range of two miles with no loss of peak trajectory until the final thousand feet.
    • Bender Pistol
        • Taylor studied one of the soldiers. He was armed with the dreaded Bender pistol, the new snub-nosed hand weapon that was just beginning to come from the assembly line. Some of the soldiers looked a little frightened.
    • Black Death
        • Hollow point bullets that Tuco's cousins but on their way to kill Hank, apparently inspired by Black Talons. (Season 3 episode One Minute)
    • Blaster
        • Future gun mentioned on the sci-fi TV show Simon watches at the diner.
    • Blunderbuss
        • Primary shotgun employed by Loopers that will hit anything within 15 yards.
    • BMFG Liquidator
        • Gun in the Sheriff's office arsenal (Season 1 episode Alienated)
    • Callahan Full-bore Auto-lock
        • Best damn gun made by man, according to Jayne when he tries to trade one for Mal's new wife Saffron (Episode Our Mrs. Reynolds)
    • Civil Peacemaker V5.3
        • Mobile weapons platform manufactured by Better Future. There's a framed photograph in the lobby of the building.
    • Death Ray
        • When Abe Simpson announces he's going to give away the $100,000 he inherited from Beatrice Simmons, Professor Frink comes forward seeking funds to create a death ray gun that could destroy an area the size of New York. (Season 2 episode Old Money)
    • Definit-Kil Photrazon Cannon
        • Vogon weapon. "As if to relieve the tension, the Vogons chose that moment to start firing. The ship shook, the ship thundered. Outside, the inch thick force-shield around it blistered, crackled and spat under the barrage of a dozen 30-Megahurt Definit-Kil Photrazon Cannon, and looked as if it wouldn't be around for long."
    • Demon Exploder
        • Handheld weapon Michael uses on Glenn, and then Vicki. It blows them up into a pile of goo and then it takes them months to to pull themselves back together. (Season 4 episode Employee of the Bearimy)
    • DS Gun
        • Official weapon of Sandmen, featuring multiple options, including: Ripper, Needler, Tangler, Vapor, Blister charge and Homer.
    • E-Web
        • Heavy repeating blaster that Moff Gideon threatens to use on the Mandalorian and his gang when they're holed up on Nevarro. (Season 1 Chapter 8 Redemption)
    • Genii Pistol
        • A projectile weapon used by the Genii military, carried by commanders for self-defense (episode The Storm)
    • Genii Semi-automatic Machine Gun
        • A relatively compact firearm of the Genii military (episode Irresponsible). Very similar to the SMG weapon from Timecop.
    • The Good Samaritan
        • Hellboy's gun, an oversized, 22 mm four-round revolver that fires custom-made bullets.
    • GX239 Hand Cannon
        • Weapon that Tiger mentions, that caused her and Wolf's wounds. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Heat Seeking Anthrax Projection Gun
        • Mr. Furious, The Shoveler and Blue Raja think they hear something when they arrive at Casanova Frankenstein's house - and brainstorm what kind of weapon it could be.
    • Illudium PU36 ESM
        • From Todd's weapons training record - Bugs Bunny/Marvin the Martian Looney Tunes cartoon reference (Illudium PU36 Explosive Space Modulator)
    • The Judas Bullet
        • Special bullet based on a Hammer prototype. If you wanted to kill Jesus, this is the bullet you'd use. (Season 1 episodes Just to Get a Rep, Blowin' Up the Spot)
    • Judas Gun
        • Luke Cage is attacked with a gun made specifically for Judas bullets, though he miraculously survives. (Season 2 episode Soul Brother #1)
        • The designer of the gun had clearly not been instructed to beat about the bush. "Make it evil," he'd been told. "Make it totally clear that this gun has a right end and a wrong end. Make it totally clear to anyone standing at the wrong end that things are going badly for them. If that means sticking all sort of spikes and prongs and blackened bits all over it then so be it. This is not a gun for hanging over the fireplace or sticking in the umbrella stand, it is a gun for going out and making people miserable with."
    • The L.O.O.K.E.R. Gun
        • (Light Ocular-Oriented Kinetic Emotive Responses) A strobe light weapon that doesn't blind its victims, but rather hypnotizes them which causes them to lose all sense of time.
    • Lancer Assault Rifle
        • Art3mis uses an assault rifle with a chainsaw bayonet from Gears of War.
    • The Lassiter
        • One of the original handheld laser pistols, the forerunner of all modern laser technology (episode Trash)
    • Lawgiver
        • Art3mis fights off the Sixers at the Distracted Globe with a pulse rifle from Aliens and a Lawgiver from Judge Dredd.
    • Lawgiver 2 New record added 5/28/2021
        • Judge side arm with voice programmed ammunition.
    • Lightning Gun
        • Weapon Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • LK-7 Liquifire Inskinerator
        • Tiger asks Stu if the turret machine guns guarding his physical being are LK-7 Liquifire Inskinerators. There actually LK-8 Liquifire Inskinerators. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • LK-8 Liquifire Inskinerator
        • Tiger asks Stu if the turret machine guns guarding his physical being are LK-7 Liquifire Inskinerators. There actually LK-8 Liquifire Inskinerators. (Season 2 episode The Last Horchata)
    • Loudener
        • Hammer's invention, the opposite of a silence for his gun (Episode They Shoot Hammers, Don't They?)
    • M41A Pulse Rifle
        • Pulse-action assault rifle employed by the United States Colonial Marine Corps.
        • Rifle listed in Todd's weapons training record - reference to the movie Aliens, as it is primary weapon of the Colonial Marines.
        • Art3mis fights off the Sixers at the Distracted Globe with a pulse rifle from Aliens and a Lawgiver from Judge Dredd.
    • Magnetic Accelerator Gun
        • The last handheld weapon of the millennium. The magnetic accelerator gun displaced the flow of neutrons through a nonlinear cycloid electromagnetic accumulator.
    • Mark IV Carobomite Assault Staff
        • Ray's gun from the future. "The Planetary Peace Corps' best friend. It'll work in an absolute vacuum and at absolute zero. Cold fusion battery good for 50 years. It fires homing plasma orbs that'll cut through titanium plate 4 inches thick."
    • Model 50 Tactical Takedown Rifle
        • Gun in the Sheriff's office arsenal (Season 1 episode Alienated)
    • Molecule Blaster
        • One of the 'arms of tomorrow' in Voz's weapons collection. The only one in the place that's faulty - keeps turning shit inside out.
    • MPS Auto Assault 12 Shotgun
        • Gun in the Sheriff's office arsenal (Season 1 episode Alienated)
    • Multi-purpose Multi-function Field Revolver
        • Hand gun/dart gun that Agent Shavers gives to Xander.
    • Multi-velocity XK Exterminator
        • Gun in the Sheriff's office arsenal (Season 1 episode Alienated)
    • Neural Disrupter
        • Weapon Bart's new Bigger Brothers Agency father figure gives him that he takes to show and tell and shoots Martin Prince in the head. Property of the US Navy.
    • Phaser/cell Phone
        • In Professor Frink's vision of the future, Bart works at Kwik-E-Mart and has to make a delivery to Mr. Burns that takes him through the Forbidden Zone, occupied by dangerous flying uni-clams. He finds Mr. Burns tied up, being robbed by Snake with a Phaser/cell phone. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • Phut BOOM Gun
        • Cat's weapon, made from an unusual mixture of organic and technological properties.
    • Pulse Pistol
        • Weapon that Aeryn tells Crichton she traded for Tarak deployers on the space station in the Sacred Stillness. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • R-9
        • Assault rifle made by the Manchester Arms Company, "The official Space Force gun for committing mass shootings on the moon. Or hunting." (Season 1 episode Save Epsilon 6!)
    • Ray Gun
        • One of The Terror's old weapons - one blast from that sucker turned half the town into a guy named Ray, a full service gas station attendant. From Grandpa Wore Tights.
        • Weapon Beth apparently asked Rick to create for her when she was a child - one of the many items that Rick pulls out of a box in the garage to prove to Beth just how disturbed of a child she was growing up. (Season 3 episode The ABC's of Beth)
    • Ray Pistol
        • Weapons used by the guards on Thundera when Lion-O returns to the past. (Season 1 episode Return to Thundera)
    • Series 7 De-Atomizer
        • MiB weapon. Legend has it that Agent High T and Agent H once saved the world from The Hive with nothing but his wits and a Series 7 De-Atomizer. This turns out to be a lie. Agent H was neuralyzed.
    • Sonic Ascendency Cannon
        • Weapon on Moya's offspring. (Season 1 episode Bone to be Wild)
    • Sten Gun
        • Someone was halfway out of the passenger side of the police car, which was on its way again. A thick stuttering sound filled the dark. Sten gun. Bullets dug through the turf around him in a senseless pattern. Dirt struck his cheeks, pattered against his forehead.
    • Stun Gun 2000
        • Also known as "The stalker shocker" Stun gun that Joe builds for Bill. Bill: "Looks like a garage door opener." Joe: "That's what it used to be, an old garage door opener, some diodes and resistors from a busted mixing board, one reconditioned doorbell button, and one big-ass battery." (Season 2 episode Goofy Ball)
    • T-7 Ion Disruptors
        • Weapons used by The Empire when they cleared Zeb's home world. Banned by the Senate. (Season 1 episode Droids in Distress)
    • Tarak Deployers
        • Weapon that Aeryn tells Crichton she traded pulse pistols for on the space station in the Sacred Stillness. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • TR11-6 Rifle
        • Lieutenant Ilario and his friend Vanderweg from the U.S.S. Truman are both victims of Vulcan science officer and serial killer Chu'Lak, using a TR11-6 projectile rifle firing transported titanium bullets. Vanderweg's husband was a micropalentologist on Mora V. (Season 7 episode Friendly Fire)
        • From Todd's weapons training record - Aliens movie reference.
    • Weyland Storm Rifle
        • Fabricated from heat-resistant micro-perforated titanium, the Storm weighs 1.3 kg (empty of ammunition). With unrivaled technology like satellite-guided target detection, the Storm can track and assess a threat at over 300 miles away. At close range, it fires 5.56 mm uranium carbide spin-stabilized rounds, through auto-adjusting crosshairs.
    • XJ-55 Assault Cannon
        • Gun in the Sheriff's office (Season 1 episode Alienated)

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