Boss - Season 1

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Boss - Season 1
Bossjpposter.jpg
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Language English
Genre Crime
Drama
Broadcast 2009
No. of Episodes 11
Main Cast
Character Actor
Osawa Eriko Yuki Amami
Katagiri Takuma Tetsuji Tamayama
Yamamura Keisuke Yôichi Nukumizu
Hanagata Ippei Junpei Mizobata
Kimoto Mami Erika Toda
Iwai Zenji Kendô Kobayashi
Nodate Shinjiro Yutaka Takenouchi



NOTE: As this was filmed in Japan, none of the firearms are real and are various replicas standing in for their live-firing counterparts.


The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Boss:

Contents



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Pistols

MGC M1911A1

Detective Katagiri Takuma (Tetsuji Tamayama) carries a silver MGC M1911A1 pistol (standing in for an M1911A1) as his service weapon.

MGC replica M1911A1 with silver finish
Katagiri aims his M1911A1 at the Metropolitan Police station. (Ep.01)
Katagiri aims his weapon as his hands begin to tremble. (Ep.01)
A closeup of Katagiri's M1911A1. Note the "MGC" stamping below the serial number, denoting it as being produced by Model Gun Corp. (Ep.01)
A shot of the SCCU's armory. Katagiri's M1911A1 can be seen on the far right. (Ep.02)
Katagiri aims his M1911A1 at a suspected serial killer. (Ep.02)
Katagiri with M1911A1 during the raid. (Ep.04)
Katagiri's M1911A1 is seen at the right. (Ep.05)
Katagiri Takuma (Tetsuji Tamayama) fires his M1911A1 at the shooting range. (Ep.08)

Colt Model 1903

Osawa Eriko (Yuki Amami) uses a Colt Model 1903 as her primary weapon throughout the series. The prop used is a blank-firing replica of an unknown make.

Colt 1903 Hammerless with Colt Wood Grips - .32 ACP
A shot of Eriko's Colt 1903 during the opening sequence.
Eriko loads a fresh magazine for her 1903 at the shooting range. (Ep.02)
A closeup of Eriko's 1903. (Ep.02)
Eriko fires her 1903 at the practice range. Note how Osawa Eriko doesn't so much as blink with each shot. (Ep.02)
A shot of the SCCU's armory. Eriko's 1903 is the third handgun from the right. (Ep.02)
Eriko aims her Colt 1903 during the raid. (Ep.04).
Eriko (far left) with a Colt 1903. (Ep.05).

Colt Defender

Eriko is also seen carrying a customized blank-firing Colt Defender with low-profile sights and a Commander hammer as an occasional duty sidearm.

Colt Defender - .45 ACP
Eriko fires her Colt on the shooting range, note the large muzzle diameter, differentiating it from the .32 Colt Model 1903. (Ep.08).
Close view of the Colt in the Eriko's hands. (Ep.08).
Eriko fires. (Ep.11).
Another close up, the barrel length and slanted slide serrations most closely match a Defender. (Ep.11).

SIG-Sauer P230

Most of the officers in the SCCU use SIG-Sauer P230 pistols in the field. The props used for these weapons are actually gas-powered airsoft pistols.

SIG-Sauer P230 - .380 ACP (9mm kurz). Built between 1977-1996.
A shot of the SCCU's armory, consisting primarily of SIG-Suaer P230s. (Ep.02)
A close-up shot of the SIG P230s. (Ep.02)
Yamamura Keisuke (Yôichi Nukumizu) inspects his new P230. (Ep.02)
Hanagata Ippei (Junpei Mizobata) hesitantly retrieves his new sidearm. (Ep.02)
Kimoto Mami (Erika Toda) holsters her P230 after a suspect fails to show up for an ambush. (ep.02)
Iwai Zenji (Kendô Kobayashi) aims his P230 at a suspect during a foot-chase. (Ep.02)
Zenji drops to the ground as a nearby shack explodes. Note the gold-colored recess at the base of the P230's magazine; this is a copper fill valve connected to a small gas tank stored inside the magazine, indicating that this prop is a gas blow-back airsoft gun. (Ep.02)
Hanagata Ippei (Junpei Mizobata) in ambush with P230 during the raid. (ep.04)
Hanagata Ippei (Junpei Mizobata) aims his P230 during the raid. (ep.04)
Hanagata Ippei (Junpei Mizobata) with his P230. (ep.05)
Hanagata Ippei (Junpei Mizobata) (at the right) and Iwai Zenji (Kendô Kobayashi) (at the left) draws their P230. (ep.05)
Hanagata Ippei (Junpei Mizobata) (at the right) and Iwai Zenji (Kendô Kobayashi) (at the left) readies their P230. (ep.05)
Iwai Zenji (Kendô Kobayashi) fans P230 on the shooting range. (ep.08)
Yamamura Keisuke (Yôichi Nukumizu) fires his P230 on the shooting range. (ep.08)
Kimoto Mami (Erika Toda) fires. (ep.08)
Hanagata Ippei (Junpei Mizobata) fires. (ep.08)
Yada Kenzo (Kazuyuki Aijima) puts the pistol on the grund. (ep.11)
Good view of Yada's pistol. (ep.11)
Nodate Shinjiro (Yutaka Takenouchi) fans Yada's pistol. (ep.11)

Tokarev TT-33

Tokarev TT-33 is the first firearm of Tajima Shingo (Takayuki Yamada). Several terrorists as well as Nodate Shinjiro (Yutaka Takenouchi) and Takakura Ryuhei (Takashi Sorimachi) uses Tokarev TT-33 pistols several times.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Tajima Shingo (Takayuki Yamada) investigate his TT-33. (ep.04)
Tajima Shingo (Takayuki Yamada) fires at the doll. (ep.04)
Close view of TT in Tajima Shingo's hands (Takayuki Yamada). (ep.04)
Tajima Shingo (Takayuki Yamada) fires. (ep.04)
Good view of TT. (ep.10)
Several TT pistols on the floor. (ep.10)
Terrorist threatens hostages. (ep.11)
Assassin draws his TT. (ep.11)
Nodate Shinjiro (Yutaka Takenouchi) takes TT from Takakura Ryuhei (Takashi Sorimachi). (ep.11)
Nodate Shinjiro (Yutaka Takenouchi) fires. (ep.11)
Nodate Shinjiro (Yutaka Takenouchi) in ambush. (ep.11)
Takakura Ryuhei (Takashi Sorimachi) draws his TT. (ep.11)

Colt Government Model

Tajima Shingo's (Takayuki Yamada) second firearm is the two Colt Government Model pistols (Stainless and Two tone). Nodate Shinjiro (Yutaka Takenouchi) uses blued Colt Government Model.

Stainless Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Two tone Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Colt on the table. (ep.04)
Two Colts on the table. (ep.04)
Another view of the same scene. (ep.04)
Tajima Shingo loads his pistol. (ep.04)
This gan a few seconds later. (ep.04)
Tajima Shingo with the pistol. (ep.05)
Close Up. (ep.05)
Tajima Shingo puts the pistol to his head. (ep.05)
Tajima Shingo fires. (ep.05)
Kimoto Mami (Erika Toda) takes the gun from Tajima Shingo. (ep.05)
Nodate Shinjiro (Yutaka Takenouchi) aims his pistol. (ep.11)
Good view of the pistol in Nodate Shinjiro's (Yutaka Takenouchi) hands. (ep.11)
Pistol on the ground. (ep.11)

Beretta 84

Takakura Ryuhei's (Takashi Sorimachi) main firearm is the Beretta 84.

Beretta 84 (earlier version with round trigger guard) - .380 ACP
Takakura Ryuhei (Takashi Sorimachi) puts the pistol to his head. (ep.11)
Pistol shape is seen. (ep.11)
Takakura Ryuhei's (Takashi Sorimachi) aims his pistol. (ep.11)
Takakura Ryuhei's (Takashi Sorimachi) threatens Nodate Shinjiro (Yutaka Takenouchi). (ep.11)

Kimar Model 92

Nishiyama Nanami (Manami Konishi) uses Kimar Model 92.

Kimar Model 92 black - 8mm Blank
Nishiyama Nanami (Manami Konishi) with a pistol. (ep.05)
Nishiyama Nanami (Manami Konishi) holds her pistol on the hostage. (ep.05)
Close view of the pistol in Nishiyama Nanami's (Manami Konishi) hands. (ep.05)

Makarov PM

One Makarov PM can be briefly seen among the terrorist's arsenal.

Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Makarov PM be tween TT and bomb. (ep.10)

Revolvers

Nambu Model 60

Most of the officers in the Metro Police Department use Nambu Model 60 revolvers.

Airsoft replica of the newer version of the Nambu Model 60 (manufactured by Marushin).
Two police officers at the shooting range with a pair of Nambu Model 60 revolvers. (Ep.02)

Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB

Tanimoto Takashi (Shunsaku Kudô) fires Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB several times.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB (heavy barrel) revolver (Post 1950s Model) - .38 Special. Later incarnations of the Model 10 had a non-tapered heavy barrel, which leads it to be commonly mistaken for a .357 revolver.
Close view of the revolver in the Tanimoto's hands. (ep.08)
This scene a few seconds later. (ep.08)
Tanimoto Takashi (Shunsaku Kudô) draws his revolver. (ep.08)
Dying Tanimoto Takashi (Shunsaku Kudô) still holds his revolver. (ep.08)

Rifles

Heckler & Koch PSG-1

Heckler & Koch PSG-1 is the Nishiyama Nanami's (Manami Konishi) long range firearm.

Heckler & Koch PSG-1 - 7.62x51mm NATO
Rifle on the box. (ep.05)
Nishiyama Nanami (Manami Konishi) readies her. (ep.05)
Close view of the rifle. (ep.05)
Good view of the optical sight. (ep.05)
Nanami fires. (ep.05)
Good view of the rifle. (ep.05)

Norinco Type 56

Norinco Type 56 can be seen in the hands of one terrorist.

Norinco Type 56 Mocked up to resemble AK-74 - 7.62x39mm
Terrorist with the rifle. (ep.11)
The same scene a few seconds later. (ep.11)
Terrorist threatens hostages. (ep.11)
Good view of the muzzle. (ep.11)
This rifle a few seconds later. (ep.11)
Another view of the same scene. (ep.11)



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