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Cross Fire (2000 film)

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Cross Fire
Cross Fire poster.jpg
Movie poster
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Shûsuke Kaneko
Release Date 2000
Language Japanese
Studio Toho Company
Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS)
Distributor Toho
Main Cast
Character Actor
Junko Aoki Akiko Yada
Tada Kazuki Hideaki Itô
Yasuaki Makihara Ryûji Harada
Kaori Kurata Masami Nagasawa
Kouichi Kido Hisashi Yoshizawa
Masaki Kogure Hidenori Tokuyama
Yoshihiro Hasegawa Toshiyuki Nagashima
Chikako Ishizu Kaori Momoi
Hasaba Yukijirô Hotaru
Mr. Kogure Hirotarô Honda

The following weapons were used in the film Cross Fire:

SPOILERS.jpg WARNING! Major spoiler


Beretta 84

A Beretta 84 is the personal sidearm of Yoshihiro Hasegawa (Toshiyuki Nagashima). At the one point the similar looking pistol appeared in the hands of Masaki Kogure (Hidenori Tokuyama). According the plot, it's a different gun, but it's obviously the same movie prop.

Beretta 84 (earlier version with round trigger guard) - .380 ACP
Yoshihiro Hasegawa fires the Beretta on the video footage.
Hasegawa pulls his Beretta...
...and fires it at the shooting range. Yutaro Fujiki aims Colt at the right.
Hasegawa holds Masaki Kogure at gunpoint with his Beretta.
Another view of the same scene.
Hasegawa aims the Beretta.
Hasegawa puts his Beretta in the hands of Yutaro Fujiki (Shosuke Tanihara).
Masaki Kogure draws his Beretta...
...and raises it.
A close view of Kogure's Beretta.

Colt Commander

Yutaro Fujiki (Shosuke Tanihara) fires Colt Commander at the shooting range.

Colt Commander M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Yutaro Fujiki aims his Colt ...
...and fires it. Hasegawa aims Beretta at the left.
A good view of Colt, aimed by Fujiki.
Fujiki uncocks his Colt...
...and puts it to the holster.


Nambu Model 60

A Nambu Model 60 is the standard sidearm of police officers.

Nambu Model 60 snub nose - .38 Special
Policeman with the holstered sidearm (pointed by the red arrow).
Yasuaki Makihara (Ryûji Harada) pulls his revolver.
Chikako Ishizu (Kaori Momoi) takes Makihara's revolver for herself.
Makihara fires his revolver.
A good view of Makihara's revolver.
Yoshihiro Hasegawa grabs the revolver from Police Sergeant (Renji Ishibashi) and aims it.
Tada Kazuki (Hideaki Itô) grabs the revolver from Hasegawa and through it away.
Hasegawa raises the revolver...
...and fires it.
Hasegawa holds the revolver after firing it.

Miroku Liberty Chief

One of Kogure's thugs (Tomohide Ookawa) fires Miroku Liberty Chief at the one point.

Miroku Special Police with 4-inch barrel - .38 Special
Kogure's thug pulls his revolver...
...and aims it.
The revolver is cocked by pressing the trigger.
Thug fires.


Sporterized Arisaka Type 2 rifle

Yutaro Fujiki (Shosuke Tanihara) uses Sporterized Arisaka Type 2 rifle.

Arisaka Type 02 Paratrooper Takedown rifle - 7.7x58mm. This is the base rifle for the sporterized take down rifle.
Sniper aims his rifle.
Another perspective. The Beretta is aimed at the background.
The buttstock is seen.
A perfect view of the rifle.

Howa M1500

Nearly all SAT snipers were armed with the Howa M1500 rifles.

Howa M1500 with wood furniture - .30-06.
SAT sniper(Hideaki Murakami) is gunned down, still holds his rifle.
Snipers ready their rifles...
...and aims its.
Another perspective.
SAT snipers fire.
Snipers aims their rifles after firing its.
Another view of the same scene.
Another SAT snipers ready their rifles...
...and fire its.


M26 hand grenade Poster

What appeared to be M26 hand grenade can be seen on the poster in the police office.

M26 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
The poster is seen at the background (circled in red).


Masaki Kogure (Hidenori Tokuyama) briefly uses crossbow at the film climax.

Kogure aims the crossbow, using Tada Kazuki as cover.

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