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|Revenge of the Ninja
MGM / United Artists
Revenge of the Ninja is a 1983 martial arts action film directed by Sam Firstenberg and features renowned Japanese martial artist Sho Kosugi as the ninja warrior Cho Osaki whose entire family, except for his young son, was wiped out by a hostile clan. Cho Osaki moves from Japan to USA where he finds out that his close friend and companion Braden (Arthur Roberts) have some special plans for their partnership. The movie is the second in the Golan-Globus Ninja film series, preceded by Enter the Ninja (1981) and followed by Ninja III: The Domination (1984).
The following weapons were used in the film Revenge of the Ninja:
Iver Johnson Model 55
Iver Johnson Model 55 revolvers, supposedly in .38 caliber, are used by various criminals.
A thug draws the revolver from the glovebox.
A street thug (Donré Sampson
) fires his revolver during the brawl on the sports ground. It is supposedly the same gun.
Revolver is hold by one of Caifano's henchmen in the final scene.
Smith & Wesson Model 66
A Smith & Wesson Model 66 is used by Caifano's bodyguard Donny (David Barth).
Smith & Wesson Model 66 with 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
Donny loads his revolver.
Another view of the revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 15
In the final scene one of the gangsters is armed with a revolver. It's seen unclear but its general shape allows to guess it to be a Smith & Wesson Model 15.
Smith & Wesson Model 15 - .38 Special
A gangster with a revolver is seen in the window. Note the unshrouded ejector rod and target sights.
Unidentified revolver 1
In the final scene Dave Hatcher (Keith Vitali) is armed with a stainless steel revolver with target sights.
Dave Hatcher holds his revolver.
Another view of Hatcher's revolver.
Unidentified revolver 2
When Dave Hatcher (Keith Vitali) fires at the Ninja Under Silver Mask, his previously seen revolver switches to another one that seems to have a side positioned ejector rod and target sights. It resembles a Ruger Blackhawk but it's hard to say it for sure.
Ruger Blackhawk - .357 magnum.
Wounded Dave Hatcher fires his revolver.
Various characters are armed with revolvers that are seen too briefly to be identified.
A henchman, second from the left, holds a snub nose stainless steel or nickel plated revolver.
A henchman draws his revolver.
Another henchman tries to shoot at the Ninja Under Silver Mask.
Colt Government Model
A Colt Government Model pistol is used by Braden (Arthur Roberts) in the opening scene. Some of Caifano's henchmen also use Colt Government Model pistols.
Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Braden fires. Typical Government Model grip is seen.
A grip of Government Model is seen when the pistol is tucked at Joe's (John LaMotta
Joe threatens Braden with his pistol.
In the final scene one of gangsters is seen with a MAC-10 SMG, fitted with some barrel extention.
A gangster holds his MAC-10 while his partner is armed with an M16.
Several gangsters are armed with Uzi SMGs.
IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
A henchman in center holds an Uzi.
A henchman with Uzi on patrol.
Two henchmen at the left hold a Mossberg 500
shotgun and an Uzi.
One of gangsters is armed with Mossberg 500 shotgun with pistol grip.
Mossberg 500AT Shotgun with Pistol Grip and Custom Choke - 12 gauge
A henchman with a shotgun.
Two henchmen at the left hold a shotgun and an Uzi
Rifles and Assault Rifles
Mafia boss Caifano (Mario Gallo) and several of his bodyguards are armed with M16A1 assault rifles.
Colt M16A1 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
A bodyguard at the right holds an M16 while the one at the left is armed with a pump action shotgun.
CETME Model B
In the final scene one of Caifano's henchmen carries a CETME Model B.
CETME Model B - 7.62x51mm NATO
A henchman in center holds a CETME assault rifle.
Remington Model 760
In the final scene one of gangsters is armed with Remington Model 760 rifle with sniper scope.
A henchman in violet tie holds a rifle.
Another view of the rifle.