Hokkaido Police. Russian Department (Politsiya Khokkaydo. Russkiy otdel)

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Hokkaido Police. Russian Department
Politsiya Khokkaydo. Russkiy otdel
Politsiya poster.jpg
Poster
Country RUS.jpg Russia
Japan.jpg Japan
KAZ.jpg Kazakhstan
Language Russian
Japanese
Genre Adventure
Drama
Crime
Broadcast 2007-2011
No. of Seasons 1
No. of Episodes 8
Main Cast
Character Actor
Takuya Minamoto Yerik Zholzhaksynov
Ganin Sergey Stepanchenko
Aleksandra Shevchuk Larisa Ponomarenko



Hokkaido Police. Russian Department (Russian Title:Полиция Хоккайдо. Русский отдел; Politsiya Khokkaydo. Russkiy otdel) is a Russian-Japanese-Kazakh television series about the adventures Police Major Takuya Minamoto (Yerik Zholzhaksynov), his Russian friend Ganin (Sergey Stepanchenko) who works in Japanese police as translator and Russian militiawoman (policewoman in Russia) Aleksandra Shevchuk (Larisa Ponomarenko), who was secondment to Hokkaido for help Japanese police to fight with Russian criminals, that has affiliates on Hokkaido island. Like many Soviet and Russian media, major Japanese characters were played by ethnic Kazakhs, but several second plan characters were played by little known Japanese actors. This TV series is loosely based on the novels of Japanese writer of Russian origin Eduard Vlasov, also known as Kunio Kaminashi (or Kaminasi). Unlike a lot of Russian movies and TV series, it was filmed in Hokkaido Island, Japan.

PS In real life, Russian Department has never exist in Hokkaido police, due uncirculated of the Russian criminals in Japan.

The following weapons were used in the television series Hokkaido Police. Russian Department (Politsiya Khokkaydo. Russkiy otdel):

Contents


Pistols

FN Five-seveN

Japanese police draws FN Five-seveN pistols at the "Made in Japan. Part 1" (Ep. 03). In fact, Japanese police uses Nambu Model 60.

FN Five-seveN original model, which is no longer produced - FN 5.7x28mm
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Glock 17

A Yakuza boss Kawariga (Vladimir Shiryaev) briefly holds Glock 17 at the "Made in Japan. Part 2" (Ep. 04). Police Major Takuya Minamoto (Yerik Zholzhaksynov) disarms him and fires captured pistol one time.

2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm.
Close Up.
Takuya Minamoto with a pistol.

Beretta 92FS Inox

Russian criminal Vanyok (Yanis Politov) fires Beretta 92FS Inox at the "Money down the drain. Patr 2" (Ep. 08).

Beretta 92FS Inox (flip side) - 9x19mm
Vanyok draws his pistol...
...and fires it.

Beretta 92F/FS

Russian criminal Sergey Ivanov (Vladimir Litvinov) briefly uses Beretta 92F/FS pistol at the "Money down the drain. Patr 1" (Ep. 07). It was wrongly credited as Makarov PM. Shintaro Hayashi (Farkhad Abdraimov) owns Beretta 92F/FS at the "Money down the drain. Patr 1" (Ep. 07). It was wrongly credited as 5.25mm. calibr pistol.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Sergey holds his pistol.
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Pistol on the safe
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Shintaro Hayashi fires his pistol.
Pistol is lying near the Shintaro Hayashi's corpse.

Jericho 941

For the majority of the series, Police Major Takuya Minamoto (Yerik Zholzhaksynov) was not seen carrying a firearm while on duty. However, in the "Money down the drain. Patr 2" (Ep. 08) what appears to be Jericho 941 is seen in the hands of the detective.

Jericho 941 R (early model) - 9x19mm. The Jericho 941 F version moved the decocker from the slide to the frame
Minamoto fires.

Unknown Handguns

Japanese Police carries an unknown handguns into their holsters. Sidearm of the Japanese police is the Nambu Model 60, but it's hardly appers in Russian TV series.

"In the claws of black crab. Part 1" (Ep. 01).
Sergeant Souma (uncredited) with a holstered handgun. "In the claws of black crab. Part 1" (Ep. 01).
Police aims. "In the claws of black crab. Part 2" (Ep. 02).

Shotguns

Franchi SPAS-12

S.A.T. (Special Assault Team, Japanese SWAT) uses Franchi SPAS-12 at throughot the TV series.

Franchi SPAS-12 with butt hook attached to stock - 12 gauge
Shotgun on his back. The shot was very blured due the moving. "In the claws of black crab. Part 2" (Ep. 02).
"In the claws of black crab. Part 2" (Ep. 02).
Good view of the barrel. Shotgun at the right. "Made in Japan. Part 2" (Ep. 04).
"Made in Japan. Part 2" (Ep. 04).

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW

One S.A.T. member uses Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW at the "In the claws of black crab. Part 2" (Ep. 02).

MP5K with the PDW-style folding stock attached, commonly used in films to emulate the PDW - 9x19mm. The real MP5K-PDW, illustrated below, is distinctive in having the longer barrel and the newer trigger group.
The shot was blurred due the moving, but the guns shape a clearly seen.
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Heckler & Koch MP5K

Another S.A.T. member uses Heckler & Koch MP5K at the "In the claws of black crab. Part 2" (Ep. 02).

Airsoft Jing Gong MP5K RIS JG202.
Close Up.
MP5K RIS at the right.

Rifles

Colt XM177/CAR-15/Commando Series

S.A.T. uses Colt XM177/CAR-15/Commando Series at the "Made in Japan. Part 2" (Ep. 04).

Late 1970s model AR15 Sporter 1 Carbine - converted into an XM177 Lookalike for the film The Dogs of War - 5.56x45mm
The shot was blurred due the moving, but the barrel...
...and stock shapes are clearly seen.

9A-91

One S.A.T. member carries 9A-91 at the "Made in Japan. Part 2" (Ep. 04). In fact, Japanese SWAT had never uses this firearm.

9A-91 with attached silencer - 9x39mm. Current production airsoft model. (ASG).
Close Up.



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