Appare-Ranman!

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Appare-Ranman!
天晴爛漫!
Appare in Full Bloom!
Appare-Ranman.jpg
Anime Poster
Country JAP.jpg Japan
Language Japanese
Channel Tokyo MX
Creator Masakazu Hashimoto
Genre Adventure
Comedy
Fantasy
Broadcast April 10 –
September 25, 2020
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 13
Main Cast
Character Actor
Appare Sorano Lee George (English)
Natsuki Hanae (Japanese)
Kosame Isshiki Ivan Jasso (English)
Seiichirō Yamashita (Japanese)
Hototo Emi Lo (English)
Aoi Yūki (Japanese)
Jing Xialian Suzie Yeung (English)
Sora Amamiya (Japanese)



Appare-Ranman! is a 2020 anime series directed by Masakazu Hashimoto. After a mishap, the brilliant but somewhat clumsy engineer Appare Sorano and the astute but cowardly samurai Kosame Isshiki sail haphazardly and completely broke on a boat towards America. In order to make their return home to Japan possible, the two decide to take part in the great Trans-America "Wild Race", in which prize money is promised to the winners. In their homemade steam car, they begin their wild odyssey in the Wild West - a battle against crazy rivals, outlaws, and the wiles of nature itself - always with the goal of being the first to cross the finish line on the route from Los Angeles to New York.

The following weapons were used in the anime series Appare-Ranman!:

Contents


Revolvers

Colt Single Action Army

Some cowboys are seen wielding Colt Single Action Army revolvers during the intro "I got it". The "Thousand Three" outlaw TJ has a pair of nickel-plated SAA "Artillery" models used in Ep. 05 "The Eve, and Ep. 09 "Short Break", Ep. 10 "Bridge to Hell", Ep. 12 "We Will Stop You!!", and EP. 13 "Over the Moon". In the same episode, Chase the Bad is also seen with two black SAA "Artillery" models. Several of Gil's henchmen are also armed with SAA revolvers.

Replica Colt Single Action Army Revolver - .45 Long Colt. This is the screen used gun, held and worn by Viggo Mortensen in Hidalgo.
A view of TJ's carried SAA in his side holsters.
Firing one of them to draw all the attention to himself. Note the lack of a front sight.
"Battle of the pool position!"
TJ points one of his SAA on Dylan's head.
"It's party time!" (Ep. 03).
An advertising picture.
After getting upset about the measly bounty, TJ raises his Colts...
... and scares the citizens (Ep. 09).
One of Gil's main henchmen brandishes his two Colt inside the train (Ep. 10).
A detailed view of one of TJ Colts pointed on one of Gil's men.
The same gangster dual-wielding the Colts again.
A front view of one Colt with a front sight (Ep. 12).

Smith & Wesson Model 2

The Smith & Wesson Model 2 is the first revolver in the series wielded by a crook in Ep. 02 - "In the Dark". In Ep. 08 "HEAVY RAIN", Ep. 10 "Bridge to Hell", and Ep. 12 "We Will Stop You!!" Gil's armed men are armed with Model 2 revolvers.

Smith & Wesson Model 2 - .32 Short
The crook brings his revolver to the struggle.
Cocking the hammer over Hotoro lying in the dirt.
He starts aiming at interfering Kosame.
A look through the sight of the Model 2 (Ep. 02).
One of Gil's men with the Model 2 revolver.
Another one looks at the detached part from his revolver (Ep. 09).
A female main gang member aims at Jing Xialian (Ep. 12).

Smith & Wesson Schofield

At the end of Ep. 02 - "In the Dark", Dylan G. Ordene makes use of one of his two Smith & Wesson Schofields. In the third episode "DUEL" he uses both of them during a duel with TJ. Otherwise he is often seen with them in his dual holster; e.g. Ep. 05 "The Eve, " Ep. 07 "FAKE", Ep. 09 "Short Break". Chase the Bad also uses a Smith & Wesson Schofield in Ep. 07 "FAKE". In Ep. 10 "Bridge to Hell" and Ep. 12 "We Will Stop You!!", and EP. 13 "Over the Moon", Dylan fires his Schofields many times.

Screen Used Schofield Model 3 - .45 Schofield. This is one of the pair used by Charlie Prince (Ben Foster) in the film 3:10 to Yuma.
The barrel is the first glimpse of the Schofield.
Dylan holsters his revolver next to the other one (Ep. 02).
One episode later, he draws the same revolver...
... and holds TJ at gunpoint (Ep. 03).
Chase shows his Schofield to Kosame.
The intimidated Kosame looks at the revolver
"You know what that means to you?"(Ep. 05).
A just fired Schofield in the hand of Dylan (Ep. 07).
Dylan tries to get a good shot at Gil.
First person view (Ep. 10).
While pinned down, Dylan holds his two Schofields at the ready (Ep. 12).

Reichsrevolver M1883

A Reichsrevolver M1883 is used by Al Lyon and Gil in Ep. 08 "HEAVY RAIN". In Ep. 10 "Bridge to Hell", he is briefly seen taking out his revolver but does not use it. Two episodes later in Ep. 12 "We Will Stop You!!", he is again seen with his revolver.

Reichsrevolver M1883 - 10.6x25R
Al pulls out his revolver in the Sheriff's office.
Shortly after he holds it at Gil's men.
The leader of the gang holds Al's revolver (Ep. 08).
Al points his revolver at Gil (Ep. 10).
A nice close-up of the revolver while clicking empty (Ep. 12).

Colt 1851 Navy

Richard Riesman owns a Colt 1851 Navy which is seen in Ep. 06 "I Am Gil!", Ep. 09 "Short Break", Ep. 10 "Bridge to Hell", and EP. 13 "Over the Moon".

Colt 1851 Navy - .36 caliber.
Richard's Colt is seen tucked in his belt while talking with Sophia Taylor. This view makes the revolver almost looks like a Colt 1862 Navy. (Ep. 09).
An advertising picture.
He fires the revolver.
Close-up of the barrel and muzzle.
Running and shooting his revolver among the fleeing crowd (Ep. 10).
Richard places a new 6-shot cylinder into his revolver...
...and fires two shots at Appare's group.
He moves the loading lever back during the second reload.
A detailed view of the revolver as he reveals his evil plan to the group.
Firing the revolver in a close-up (Ep. 13).

Rifles

Winchester Model 1886

What appears to be a Winchester Model 1886 rifle is first used by Al Lyon in Ep. 07 "FAKE" and later in Ep. 08 "HEAVY RAIN", Ep. 10 "Bridge to Hell", Ep. 12 "We Will Stop You!!", and EP. 13 "Over the Moon" by Gil's henchmen.

Winchester 1886 - 45-70 Govt
Al searches the surroundings for prey.
The "Sheriff" takes his Winchester....
...and offers his help to Al and Appare.
A gang member aims his rifle at Kosame.
The gang leader picks up his dropped Winchester...
...and performs a one-handed reload with the lever loop.
A close-up of the muzzle on the right (Ep. 08).
A gang member fires at the charging Al (Ep. 12).

Winchester Model 1892 "Mare's Leg"

One of Gil's henchmen is seen firing a "Mare's Leg" Winchester in Ep. 10 "Bridge to Hell" and Ep. 12 "We Will Stop You!!". Two "Mare's Legs" are also briefly used by TJ and Chase in the twelfth episode.

Replica Winchester 1892 "Mare's Leg" with standard lever loop and rounded barrel – .44-40.
The henchman first his "Mare's Leg" (Ep. 10).
TJ rests two "Mare's Legs" on his shoulders before the assault.
The sharpshooter flips one Winchester...
... and starts aiming at Appare and Kosame.
Working the lever action again (Ep. 12).

Other

Machine Gun

A machine gun is mounted on top of the car of the Bad Brothers which is used by Tristan in Ep. 07 "FAKE" and Ep. 12 "We Will Stop You!!". This gun appears to be a mockup of a cal .50 Vickers with the muzzle of a Maxim gun.

Maxim 1895 on tripod - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Vickers .50 - 12.7x81mm
A close up of the firing machine gun.
Tristan stands with the MG after firing (Ep. 07).
Tristan takes the machine gun.
The mounted gun ontop (Ep. 10).
He drops the MG on the ground (Ep. 12).


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