Case Closed: The Fist of Blue Sapphire

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Case Closed: The Fist of Blue Sapphire
CaseClosed-FistSapphire.jpg
Anime Poster
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Tomoka Nagaoka
Release Date April 12, 2019
Language English
Japanese
Studio TMS Entertainment
Distributor Toho


Case Closed: The Fist of Blue Sapphire or also known as Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire (紺青の拳 Meitantei Conan: Konjō no Fisuto) is the 23rd Case Closed movie. A bloody Kaitou Kid card is discovered in Singapore. Makoto, Sonoko and Ran also travel to Singapore for a karate tournament, but Conan cannot travel because of his complicated passport situation. But then he is kidnapped by Kaitou Kid and also brought to Singapore because the master thief needs the master detective for his own purposes. Conan is robbed of his clothes and classic aids and therefore has to play kids game if he wants to come back home.


The following weapons were used in the anime film The Fist of Blue Sapphire:

Contents


Pistols

CZ 75 P-07

Singapore Police officers including Assistant Inspector Mark Aidan are armed with CZ 75 P-07 as their duty sidearms. It also appears to be the standard pistol used by Leon Lowe's bodyguards. Reserve police officer Rishi Ramanathan uses one of them during the climax that is also held by Kogoro Mouri.

CZ 75 P-07 Duty - 9x19mm
One police officer with his CZ in holster stands guard at the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort as Assistant Inspector Mark Aidan has arrived at the crime scene. Like this, the majority of the P-07s are seen holstered.
Blocking Kid the escape, another officer starts firing.
A view of the hammer of Rishi Ramanathan's pistol confronting Leon Lowe.
Rishi steps into the light and holds the trio at gunpoint.
He holds the gun at an angle after firing a warning shot. Note the slide's front cocking serrations which are more common on the CZ P-09. However, there are three rails at the muzzle what fits the size of the compact P-07.
A detailed left side view...
... and a close-up of the trigger, slide stop, left safety, and magazine catch.
Mark Aidan takes cover with his P-07 during the shootout with the pirates.
After falling into the pool Kogoro brandishes Rishi's pistol.
Due to a continual error, the Colt of Rishi becomes a nickel P-07 before putting it into his mouth. Nevertheless, it reveals a good view of the right side.

Card Gun

Kaitô Kid uses his Card Gun in the movie.

Kaitô Kid's Card Gun.
Kid hanging upside down holds his fired Card Gun. Magically, his cylinder remains unaffected by gravity.
Having succeeded in sneaking up to the vault's entrance he is about to open it.
He fires some cards at Leon's bodyguards.
Holding his Card Gun in the smoke fight against a fast opponent.
Thrwon his gun in his left hand, he encounters a bunch of cops.

Colt M1911A1

Some of the pirates of Eugene Lim use M1911A1 pistols.

Nickel Plated M1911A1 with brown grips - .45 ACP
A pirate in a green shirt points his Colt at Ran's head what is a horrific look for Kogoro.
Two menacing-looking pirates with their M1911A1.
Upset Leon gets threatened by one of the pirates.
Rishi in control of a Colt.

Submachine Guns

Unknown SMG

At least, two of Leon's bodyguards can briefly be seen with unknown SMGs.

One bodyguard runs down the corridor with his gun. This SMG has a foregrip and the magazine is inside the rear grip. It is also not equipped with a stock; all characteristics of an MP7A1, MP9 or ST Kinetics CPW.
Encased by a smoke bomb set by Kid, the bodyguard gets incapacitated.

Heckler & Koch MP5A5

The Heckler & Koch MP5A5 is the primary weapon of the pirates.

Heckler & Koch MP5A5 - 9x19mm
The pirates prepare to seajack a tanker. The extended stock can be seen.
"Hands in the air!"
Two pirates enter the bridge. Note the background MP5's fire selector, that seems to set to single fire.
Eugene Lim with an MP5 takes over the command of the ship.
Rishi gets an unlucky view of one MP5.
Kid is kept in check by 2 pirates. The pirate on the right holds the MP by its magazine.

Rifles

Heckler & Koch HK416

Special Operations Task Force operators are armed with HK416 assault rifles.

Heckler & Koch HK416 with 14.5 inch barrel - 5.56x45mm NATO.
The unit securing the tanker's bridge after breaching the door.
Closer view of the squad leader's rifle.

Launchers

RPG-7

A RPG-7 equipped with a PGO-7W optic is used by a pirate on board the tanker.

RPG-7 - 40mm
He surprises the flying Kid with the RPG.
Moments before pulling the trigger.

M202 FLASH

The same pirate and another one can also be seen with M202 FLASH rocket launchers.

M202A1 FLASH - 66mm
The pirate receiving an order from his boss shoulders his M202...
... and taks aim immediately.
A view through the optic.

Other

Advanced Taser M26

Leon Lowe makes use of an Advanced Taser M26 during the encounter with Kid.

The Advanced Taser M26, loaded with a 25' range "Extra Penetration" cartridge
The fired Taser in Leon's hand.
Kid gets shocked by the needles.

See Also

Specials Short Stories  •  OVA  •  The Disappearance of Conan Edogawa  •  Episode One
Movies The Time Bombed Skyscraper  •  The Fourteenth Target  •  The Last Wizard of the Century  •  Captured in Her Eyes  •  Countdown to Heaven  •  The Phantom of Baker Street  •  Crossroad in the Ancient Capital  •  Magician of the Silver Sky  •  Strategy Above the Depths  •  The Private Eyes' Requiem  •  Jolly Roger in the Deep Azure  •  Full Score of Fear  •  The Raven Chaser  •  The Lost Ship In The Sky  •  Quarter of Silence  •  The Eleventh Striker  •  Private Eye in the Distant Sea  •  Dimensional Sniper  •  Sunflowers of Inferno  •  The Darkest Nightmare  •  Crimson Love Letter  •  Zero the Enforcer  •  The Fist of Blue Sapphire  •  The Scarlet Bullet
Conan & Lupin Lupin the 3rd vs. Detective Conan  •  Lupin the 3rd vs. Detective Conan: The Movie
Magic Kaito Kid the Phantom Thief  •  Magic Kaito 1412


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