|You're Under Arrest: The Movie
Japanese DVD cover
||April 24, 1999
You're Under Arrest: The Movie is a 1999 Anime movie directed by Junji Nishimura. After a year apart at separate stations to hone their skills, Miyuki and Natsumi have returned to Bokuto Station as a team. With their newfound determination, they are more than ready to handle any situation that comes their way, but their newest challenge may just prove them wrong! So when Officers Nikaido Yoriko and Aoi Futaba find a cache of illegal firearms in a stolen car, and a rash of traffic control malfunctions snarls traffic along Tokyo's streets, it is up to Tokyo's finest to figure out what's gone wrong. The situation gets even worse when a terrorist group attacks Bokuto Station itself.
The following weapons were used in the anime film You're Under Arrest: The Movie:
Smith & Wesson Model 36
What appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolver is used by Detective Inspector Tokuno.
Smith & Wesson Model 36 with 3" Barrel and square butt - .38 Special
Inspector Tokuno with his revolver during the night operation. A few scenes after, onboard the boat, the grip can be seen without a lanyard sling, that makes it different from a Nambu Model 60
A closer view of the right side.
Tokyo Metropolitan Police officers, including Detective Sugihara and Ken Nakajima, are armed with SIG-Sauer P230 pistols.
SIG-Sauer P230 - .380 ACP (9mm kurz).
Ken Nakajima and another officer with their P230s waiting for the command.
Close-up of Sugihara's wet P230 at the start of the raid.
Officer Sugihara jumps from a bridge onboard the boat with his pistol in hand.
Some SIG-Sauer P226 pistols are used by weapon smugglers and terrorists. Beretta 92FS pistols were also mentioned among the cargo but never shown.
West German SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm.
Natsumi and Miyuki, sneaked up by diving, about to surprise a smuggler, which shows a close-up of the P226.
Rear view of the smuggler who doesn't know what's going on behind him.
A terrorist coming out of a smokescreen holds his pistol.
FN Browning Model 1955
Detective Emoto owns an FN Browning Model 1955 pistol which he uses on the viewing platform on top of Tokyo Tower.
FN Browning Model 1955 - .380 ACP
Good view of Emoto's pistol. Note the smaller oval logo and the attachment on the magazine.
FN Model 1910
However, as the pistol falls to the ground, it turns to an FN Model 1910.
The pistols hits the floor. The bigger FN Herstal logo can be seen.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
The illegal arms deal includes many MP5A3 submachine guns that are referred to as the A5 variant in the police briefing. The MP5 is also the standard primary weapon of the terrorists. As the Bokuto Station is under attack, Section Chief, Yoriko Nikaidou and Kaoruko Kinoshita arm themselves with some MP5s airsoft electric guns (AEGs) from Miyuki's locker.
Heckler & Koch MP5-N with Navy trigger group and threaded muzzle - 9x19mm
Wrapped up MP5s in the trunk found by Aoi and Yoriko.
One terrorist opens fire with his submachine gun at the station lobby.
Even on an unloaded weapon, the Chief shows a good trigger discipline. Just ignore that he only carried two MP5s and poor Yoriko five.
They place their MP5s on the table. Note the 3 fire modes; the A5 variant has one more, a three-round burst.
Close-up of an MP5 AEG inside Miyuki's locker.
Kaoruko Kinoshita giving the command to get in position with her gun at the ready.
The Chief resting with his submachine gun after the attack.
Uzis are also used by some policewomen.
IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
Two Uzi AEGs hanging in the locker.
IMI Micro Uzi
Aoi Futaba uses a Micro Uzi AEG with a 32-round magazine taken from the locker.
IMI Micro Uzi with folding stock - 9x19mm
Aoi rushes out of the women's changing room with her/his received Micro Uzi.
Another view of the gun, while preparing the uniform's skirt for an ambush.
The Micro Uzi being fired by Aoi from cover.
Remington Model 700
The locker includes also a scoped spring Remington Model 700 that is used by Takao Arizuka and later Miyuki.
Remington Model 700 (1970s Production) - .308 Winchester
Takao Arizuka with his rifle in the corridor.
While mentioning the good condition of the rifle, he works the bolt handle, ejecting a spent shell.
Using the scope to take a decisive shot.
He holds the rifle and explains to Miyuki, that she would need to check for the scope's adjustment.
Miyuki loads some airsoft cartridges with BBs into the chamber...
... and chambers a round.
She takes aim with the rifle.
Having the bad guy in her sights.
Yoriko Nikaidou is given an M60 gas machine gun from the locker arsenal.
M60 machine gun with bipod folded - 7.62x51mm NATO
The M60 seen on the left inside the locker.
Overstrained Yoriko struggles with the weight of the machine gun while wearing the gas tanks on her back. No idea why she is the one who supposed to operate the machine gun instead of her two male colleagues.
The M60 is leaned against the wall while she is tearing her skirt for the planned ambush.
Top view of the MG at the start of the ambush. Yoriko is determined to fight back.
Firing the M60 but this time with her eyes open unlike with the Nambu
revolver in the first season.
Heckler & Koch HK69A1
What appears to be a Heckler & Koch HK69A1 is used by one terrorist.
Heckler & Koch HK69A1 - 40x46mm
The HK69A1 behind the MP5's muzzle flash.
One policewoman can be seen with an unknown short-barreled shotgun.
Closer view of the short barrel and pump action.
The Mizuho-class patrol vessel Yashima (PLH-22) is armed with a JM61 20mm and a 35mm Oerlikon deck cannon.
The JM61 20mm seen on the left.
Oerlikon cannon and JM61 20mm in motion.