- Description:Heavy, Plasma Firing, Semi-Automatic, Chargeable
- Uses:Policing Actions, Standard Issue 1984-Present
The Deatomizer became a staple of the Men in Black on rough assignments sometime during the 80s, though various versions of the weapon had existed since the foundation of the agency. Shotgun-sized and powerful, the Series 4 model has reduced kickback and increased power.
Weapon: Noisy Cricket
- Description:Tiny, Powerful, Unwieldy
- Uses:Heavy Assault
This palm-sized firearm wields an unbelievable amount of power. The Cricket can level a truck, blast through three feet of concrete, or shatter the exoskeleton of all but the hardiest of extraterrestrials. Few agents ever get the hang of holding the gun properly to minimize its kickback, often resulting in hurling them across the room.
Weapon: Agent Pistol
- Description:Handheld, Rechargeable, Manifold settings
- Uses:Standard Issue 1995-Present
What it lacks in power this weapon makes up for in its inconspicuous nature that makes it the perfect sidearm for most missions. Additionally, all agents are trained in how to switch rounds from primary fire to "Alkali" when a single weapon is the difference between life and death-by-acidic-goo.
Weapon: Tri-barrel Plasma Gun
- Description:Plasma-powered, Plasma discharging, Heavy, Cumbersome
- Uses:Heavy Assault, Riot Control
Nicknamed “The Jackhammer”, this massive and ungainly weapon is for only the most dangerous of situations. If unloaded in a steady stream of fire, it can level a city block. When an enraged Elephantite is on the rampage on Staten Island, the Tri-barrel Plasma Gun is the first weapon that a team will load into their vehicle.
Weapon: Adorian Crossbow
- Description:Reliable, Plasma-firing, Semi-Automatic
- Uses:Urban Warfare
Adorians favor their "crossbows" over all other weapons. It is a powerful weapon, indeed, with the capability of accurately firing shafts of plasma-charged energy up to fifty meters. It works particularly well in urban environments, where its large rounds make up for its mediocre accuracy.