In the real world, a Type 54 was also used by a bank robber who was disarmed and killed with his own gun by Shino Asada Username: Sinon five years before the main story.
Norinco Type 54 - 7. Note the excellent trigger disciple, which is standard practice in anime. Note the awful trigger disciple, fitting the character.
Note the hammer is down despite being used earlier. Rather than an error, considering "Death Gun"'s love of theatrics it seems he's going out of his way to remove the round from the chamber after each execution, just so he can dramatically chamber it again each time.
FN Five-seveN - 5. He uses it left handed due to his photon sword being his primary weapon.
The Bullet Circle green circle is essentially the HUD's crosshair function, showing the area in which the bullet could land at that moment.
Things like heart-rate, breathing, and similar affect accuracy significantly, and thus the size of the Bullet Circle. Despite being in Sinon's holster for most of the story, it's easily the least-used weapon belonging to a main character. OP The Glock in Sinon's holster in the opening. OP Sinon fires her 18C at Behemoth and his squad while advancing.
This time, however, her inability to use the gun was not Kirito's doing. In the real world, Endou, a school bully, later tries to use an airsoft MA1 borrowed from her brother to extort money from Shino.
Colt MA1 -. The gas-filling port on the bottom of the magazine is visible here. The player's appearance, outfit, lack of expression, and choice of weapon all seem like a rather subtle reference to something else.
Ginrou on the right with a pair of unknown pistols. Colt Python -. The mini-game requires the player to run up a narrow passage dodging the mascot's fire and successfully reach him. As a side note, the mascot speaks very good English, mostly consisting of taunts.
The mascot fan-fires his Model 3. The rounds in the cylinder can be seen here. Note that the cylinders now no longer have bullets visible. Colt Single Action Army -.
Sinon refers the Calico as an "ultra-lightweight machinegun, the Calico MA". Despite MA not being an official designation, given that the gun is a full-auto conversion of the civilian M model, it's the most appropriate designation given the rest of the Calico family's naming scheme.
Calico M - 9x19mm The introduction of Yamikaze's Calico. The weapon of the player on the far left is only visible in this frame, and appears to be some sort of pistol. CZ Vz.
The player on the far right is armed with one of the sci-fi style optical guns. One of the players that attempts to ambush Yamikaze during Sinon's explanation of his skill level was armed with an M with the stock removed.
Military Armament Corporation M -. The player they're talking with has a sniper rifle of some sort. Sinon walks past the player and his SMG.
SIG SG - 5. The red highlight is the "area of fire" from an enemy. One of the players who attempts to ambush Yamikaze is armed with an M4A1 fitted with an EOTech holosight and foregrip. Colt M4A1 - 5.
Norinco Model - 5. In the novels, Kirito describes him as carrying a "somewhat large machine gun" slung over his shoulder; given Kirito's lack of expertise with firearms, this is an appropriate description for a full-size assault rifle like the Type Howa Type 89 - 5.
Sinon mentions that Yamikaze may be a more skilled player than XeXeeD, but the latter's F and rare armour gave him the edge needed to win the previous BoB.
FN F - 5. Steyr AUG A1 - 5. Bushmaster ACR - 5.
The next player is the 92FS user seen above, and the last appears to have a shotgun. The specific variant is unknown as the front end isn't seen.
The other weapons look to be a shotgun, SMG, assault rifle, and optical gun.