Hunted, The (1995)

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The Hunted (1995)

The Hunted is a 1995 martial arts film written and directed by J.F. Lawton (who wrote Under Siege and created V.I.P.) and starred Christopher Lambert as Paul Racine, an American salesman who unexpectedly witnesses a murder, placing him in the middle of a centuries-old feud between ninjas and samurai. The cast also included Joan Chen and John Lone. Not to be confused with the similarly-titled 2003 film.


The following weapons were used in the film The Hunted:

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Miroku Liberty Chief

A dying Lt. Wadakura (Masumi Okada) hands Paul Racine (Christopher Lambert) his service weapon, which appears to be a Miroku Liberty Chief. It is a Japanese revolver based on the Colt Detective Special.

Miroku Liberty Chief - .38 Special
Racine hides in the closet when the first ninja comes.
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Racine aims the revolver at a ninja before Takeda (Yoshio Harada) knocks it out of his hand.

M91S

One of the detectives in Nagoya is armed with a short-barreled M91S machine pistol. These custom-built weapons have been featured in several films and TV shows produced in British Columbia.

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Glock 17

Nemura (James Saito) and a henchmen both draw Glock 17 pistols with stainless steel slides before Kinjo (John Lone) disarms them both.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation) with stainless steel slide - 9x19mm
Nemura's henchman draws his Glock.
Nemura lays his Glock on his desk.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

The uniformed policemen in Nagoya carry Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolver as their service weapons to serve as a placeholder for Nambu Model 60s.

Smith & Wesson Military And Police - .38 Special.
The cops draw their revolvers.
An officer (Warren Takeuchi) with his Smith & Wesson drawn.

Replica revolver

Racine draws his revolver in the middle of a pachinko parlor to create a diversion. It appears to be a different revolver. Since this scene was likely shot in a real pachinko parlor in Japan rather than on a set in Vancouver, this might be a replica or flash paper gun.

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