It is worn on the arm, and has a wire that connects it to the scouter (some soldiers opt to wear helmets in place of scouters, in which case this wire reaches into a port in the helmet). The arm cannon amplifies the user's ki and fires it at a level suiting their battle power, it also allows the user to fly. The power of the beam fired is based on the power level of an opponent measured by the scouter that the arm cannon is hooked up to.
- Honor Guard Arm Cannons - A larger version designed to cover the whole arm that appears in Dragon Ball Online. The Burter's race guard troop who works alongside Rigll wields two of this model.
- Super Energy Gun - A stronger model of Energy Gun used by Android 55, Android 76, Granyu, and Mustard as a Special Move in Dragon Ball Fusions.
- Hyper Energy Gun - A model of Energy Gun even stronger than Super Energy Gun used by Android 55, Android 76, Granyu, and Mustard as a Special Move in Dragon Ball Fusions.
Video Game Appearances
It is used by Frieza's soldiers in Dragon Ball Z: Goku Gekitōden and Dragon Ball Z: Sagas. In Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, Beam Gun is an equipable item that increases Ki Blast attack power for three minutes.
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse, it is a Ki blast Super Skill called Beam Rifle used by Frieza Force foot soldiers Raspberry, Navel, Monre and Gupure. Due to the skill's requirement of an Arm Cannon, it is one of the few Super Skill that the Future Warrior cannot obtain or learn. Raspberry (and his palette swaps Navel, Monre, and Gupure) can also use an Arm Cannon-based variation of the Double Galick Cannon as their grab/throw.
In Dragon Ball Fusions, it appears as a Special Move under the name Energy Gun that can be learned by Android 55, Android 76, Granyu, and Mustard. There are also two stronger versions called Super Energy Gun and Hyper Energy Gun.
It appears under the name Beam Strike in Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle.