|The Dagger of Kamui|
Kamui no Ken
||March 16, 1985
The following weapons were used in the film The Dagger of Kamui:
Lefaucheux Revolver (centerfire conversion)
Tenkai gave a Lefaucheux Revolver converted to centerfire to Oyuki during the scene in the Russian Empire.
Lefaucheux Revolver with the similar trigger guard (for comparison).
Tenkai hands the revolver to Oyuki.
Oyuki raises the revolver.
Note the trigger discipline.
Oyuki cocks the revolver..
Single Action Army
Several characters can be seen armed with the anachronistic Single Action Army's.
Colt Single Action Army with 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model. The most common of the SAA revolvers as it is just the right length. - .45 Long Colt
A sailor of the "California" holds the revolver.
The SAA is thrown to Jiro.
The cowboy puts his hand on the grip of the SAA.
The SAA is lying on the ground.
...and hammer can be seen.
Another view of the SAA on the ground.
The SAA can be seen in the box, owned by Julie Rochelle aka Chico.
Winchester Model 1873
Winchester Model 1873
A heavy Winchester Model 1873 can be briefly seen held by one of the rapists. The another Winchester Model 1873 can be very briefly and partly seen in the hands of cowboy.
The 1873 "Short Rifle" model with octagon barrel
The buttstock is partly seen.
The front sight can be seen.
The tubular mag can be seen.
Numerous soldiers of various clans were armed with the Tanegashima at several battles of the Boshin War.
Rarely fully stocked Tanegashima.
The gun wielding ashigaru during the Battle of Toba–Fushimi.
The Imperial Japanese Army soldiers with the gun after the end of Naval Battle of Hakodate. Note the curved short buttstocks.
Soldiers with rifles. Note the ramrods.
A perfect view of the muzzle.
Another view of the same scene.
Note the curved buttstocks.
Tenkai uses a fuse grenade in one scene.
Numerous different artilleries appears in several scenes.
Imperial Japanese Navy fires the naval cannons during the Naval Battle of Hakodate.
A destroyed field cannon during the Naval Battle of Hakodate.
A destroyed field cannon after the end of the Naval Battle of Hakodate.
A numerous cannons on the trading ship.