Black Jack is a OVA series based on the manga of the same name by Osamu Tezuka that centers around Kuro'o Hazama, an unlicensed surgeon who goes by the name "Black Jack" and is capable of preforming unbelievable medical miracles for anyone who can afford his fees. The OVA series consists of 10 episodes, referred to as "Medical Charts", and was dubbed and released in the U.S. by Central Park Media.
In Clinical Chart 2: A Funeral, The Procession Game, one of the cartel enforcers knocks Black Jack unconscious by pistol-whipping him with a M1911A1 pistol.
A police officer is seen with a Colt M1911 near the end of Clinical Chart 9: The Carbuncle. Despite it's small ejection port (a distinctive feature of the original M1911), the weapon's trademarks designate it as a Colt Government Model.
The Browning Hi-Power pistol is the standard sidearm for officers in the Ortega Republic military in Clinical Chart 3: Decoration of Maria and Her Comrades. Another Browning Hi-Power appears in Clinical Chart 5: The Owl of San Merida, where it is owned by a young Englishman named Leslie. Black Jack refers to the pistol as being "Army Issue" (a reference to the British L9A1 Hi-Power variant previously used by the British military).
One of the Federal Unites (the series' equivalent to the United States) officers in Clinical Chart 3 is armed with a SIG-Sauer P220 pistol.
In Clinical Chart 7: Black and White, Saranda Aramis tries to kill herself with a Walther PP pistol.
Most of the Ortega Republic soldiers in Clinical Chart 3 are armed with IMI Uzi submachine guns with solid wood stocks.
Sten Mk II
The Federal Unites' "Blue Jacket" Special Forces are primarily armed with Sten Mk II submachine guns.
Several Beretta M12S submachine guns appear throughout the series.
The M16A1 assault rifle is the standard issue rifle for Federal Unite troops.
Officers in the Ortega Republican Army are issued AK-47 assault rifles.
The armed guard traveling with Katherine's group of doctors that encounter Black Jack in the middle of the Adentarl desert in Clinical Chart 7 is armed with an AKM assault rifle.
Unknown Assault Rifle
During their final showdown with the "Blue Jackets", the Ortegan soldiers use an unidentified assault rifle. The rifle is depicted as being fully automatic, but the soldiers using it chamber the first round by pumping the handguard like a shotgun.
General Cruz is seen with a hunting rifle during flashbacks to his childhood. The weapon is never seen clearly enough to identify.
SIG SG 552
Several soldiers in the Adentarl civil war in Clinical Chart 7 are seen using SIG SG 552 assault rifles.
Several Browning M2 machine guns are seen mounted on various vehicles.
Unidentified Machine Gun
The Ortegan army camp is armed with a single unidentified tripod-mounted machine gun.
GE M134 Minigun
A soldier is seen firing a GE M134 Minigun out the side of a helicopter in Clinical Chart 5. Another M134 (in the same episode) is seen mounted under the nose of an attack helicopter.
General Dynamics M197 Vulcan
A General Dynamics M197 Vulcan is seen mounted on a AH-64 Apache attack helicopter in Clinical Chart 5: The Owl of San Merida.
M67 hand grenade
maria uses several M67 hand grenades during Clinical Chart 3.
Mk 2 Hand Grenade
At the end of Clinical Chart 3, General Cruz opens his uniform to reveal several Mk 2 hand grenades strapped to his torso.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
General Cruz also has a number of Model 24 Stielhandgranates with antipersonnel sleeves concealed under his uniform.
Unidentified Paratrooper Grenade
The "Blue Jacket" soldiers use an unidentified paratrooper grenade during their initial decent over the Ortegan military camp.
One of the Federal Unite soldiers can be seen with a M1 Flamethrower during the invasion of Ortega.
The cartel enforcers in Clinical Chart 2 use M2 Flamethrowers near the end of the episode.
Unidentified Missile Launcher
Several Ortegan soldiers are seen using this unidentified rocket launcher.
M20 Recoilless Rifle
The "Blue Jacket" forces employ the use of a M20 Recoilless Rifle.