|This article is about a/an weapon in Kamen Rider Wizard.|
- "Hyper, Magnum Strike!"
- ―Finisher announcement[src]
- Ring Slot (リングスロット Ringu Surotto) - As the name implies, it is the slot to insert the Hyper Ring onto. By acting as a kind of warp hall, the Hyper Ring can send large amounts of magical power to the Mirage Magnum.
- Mirage Spectre (ミラージュスペクター Mirāju Supekutā) - A magical mirror attached to the top of the Mirage Magnum. It converts magical power into magical bullets, and as magical power increases for the Mirage Magnum Strike attack, Chimera is able to appear as an energy apparition.
- Assault Branch (アサルトブランチ Asaruto Buranchi) - The Mirage Magnum's barrel. It is made up of the special alloy Sorcerium (ソーサリウム Sōsariumu), giving the Mirage Magnum high strength and the ability to withhold magical power, preventing the Mirage Magnum from self-destructing from the strong recoil of attacks.
- Divine Mural (ディヴァインミューラル Divu~ain Myūraru) - The graven lion image carved along the entire body of Mirage Magnum, it acts as a magical magazine that holds in magical bullets.
- Reflect Mortar (リフレクトモータル Rifurekuto Mōtaru) - The Mirage Magnum's muzzle. It improves the power of magical bullets by increasing and amplifying magical energy. Because the strongest point of magical energy is added during shooting, a magic circle is summoned in front of the Reflect Mortar during time of shooting, strengthening magical bullets as they pass through, enabling massive damage during deathblows.
- Task Pointer (タスクポインタ Tasuku Pointa) - The two spike-like front facing bits jutting out from the top and bottom of the Reflect Mortar. It is a control device that controls the magic bullets, preventing decrease in magical power, as well as ensuring the bullets hit their targets.
- Shoot Trigger (シュートリガー Shūtorigā) - Beast Magnum's trigger.
- Magnant Stem (マグナントステム Magunanto Sutemu) - Beast Magnum's grip. Recoil of the weapon can be supressed by holding the Magnant Stem tightly.
After opening the mouth of the Hyper Ring and inserting it into the Mirage Magnum's ring slot, Beast Hyper can execute a Magnum Strike (マグナムストライク Magunamu Sutoraiku) attack called Shooting Mirage (シューティングミラージュ Shūtingu Mirāju), where, after the Inner Phantom comes out of the Mirage Spectre screen, flies around Beast and then slams into his back, charging up the finisher, he fires Beast Chimera at the enemy as a beam of magical energy.
Monsters destroyed by the Shooting Mirage
A list of monsters (mainly Phantoms), that were destroyed by the Mirage Magnum's Shooting Mirage finisher.
- Bogy's ghost clone
- Sylphi (alongside Wizard Infinity Style's Shining Strike)
- Arachne (alongside Wizard Land Dragon's Dragon Levitate Torn)
- Manmade Phantom Carbuncle, Trigger Dopant, male Pteranodon Yummy and Dragon Zodiarts
- The Mirage Magnum's color scheme (Gold and Blue) is somewhat similar to the Meteor Storm Shaft, the weapon used by Kamen Rider Meteor Storm.
- It is shown that Beast can use this weapon even when he is not in Hyper Form and even without being transformed.
- The Mirage Magnum appearing first as a stone gun before being unlocked is similar to the Transformation Gun Gaburivolver used by the Kyoryugers. As seen with Daigo Kiryu (Kyoryu Red) in Brave 1, which aired only a few weeks before Beast Hyper's debut episode, the Gaburivolver first appeared petrified before being unlocked when the Zyudenryu approves of its partner.
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 28, The Stolen Belt (as stone relic)
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 29, The Evolving Wild Beast (unlocked)
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 30, The Day Magic Vanished
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 31, Tears
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 32, Dangerous Part-Time Job
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 33, Things Money Cannot Buy
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 35, The Other Side of Sora
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 39, What was Forgotten on the Pitch
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 41, A Magician's Fate
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 43, The White Wizard's Secret
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 45, A Smile in the Chest
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 46, Shattered Memory
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 47, Wiseman's Truth
- Kamen Rider Wizard episode 49, The Beginning of the Sabbath
- ↑ "TV Asahi's page on the Mirage Magnum". http://www.tv-asahi.co.jp/wizard/rider/miragemagnum.html. Retrieved 2013-03-30.