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Samurai Avenger: The Blind Wolf

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Samurai Avenger: The Blind Wolf
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DVD cover
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Directed by Kurando Mitsutake
Release Date 2009
Language Japanese
Studio Mitsutake Production
Main Cast
Character Actor
Blind Wolf Kurando Mitsutake
Drifter Jeffrey James Lippold
Nathan Flesher Domiziano Arcangeli
Sarah Megan Hallin
Truck Driver Kyle Ingleman
Bartender Lorne Leutcher
Hypnotist Mariko Denda
Oldman Aki Hiro
Zombie Mistress Tegan Ashton Cohan
Nobutora Noriaki Kamata

The following weapons were used in the film Samurai Avenger: The Blind Wolf:



Glock 17

The Truck Driver (Kyle Ingleman) uses a Glock 17 in the film's opening.

1st Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
The Truck Driver charges his Glock.
A closer view of the muzzle.
The Truck Driver raises the Glock (here, it is obviously a prop that has been previously sawed in half)...
...but Blind Wolf (Kurando Mitsutake) cuts it in half with his katana.

Mauser C96 "Broomhandle"

Nathan Flesher (Domiziano Arcangeli) fires a Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" during the prologue.

Mauser C96 "Pre-War Commercial" - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Nathan Flesher pulls his Mauser...
...and aims it.
Nathan Flesher threatens Kellee (Mia Angel Miller) with his Mauser.
Another perspective.
Nathan Flesher raises the Mauser...
...and fires it. Note the empty casing (circled in red).

Unknown Pistols

Numerous unknown pistols can be seen on the gun rack at the prison.

Numerous pistols are seen at the left.
Another view of the same guns. The Prison Officer (Maxx Maulion) holds a rifle (at the background, right).


Denix Smith & Wesson Model 3 Replica

A Smith & Wesson Model 3 is Cowboy Gunman 2's (Jonathan Legg) firearm of choice. Upon closer inspection, it turns out to be a Denix non-firing replica.

Denix non-firing replica of nickel plated Smith & Wesson Model 3, labeled "Schofield Cal.45 revolver, USA 1869"
Cowboy Gunman 2 with the holstered revolver.
Cowboy Gunman 2 draws his Smith & Wesson...
...and cocks it. The modern light-alloy black screws are visible.
Another view of the same scene.
Cowboy Gunman 2 aims the revolver...
...but is gunned down.

Denix Colt 1860 Replica

Cowboy Gunman 3 (Mark Migdal) is armed with a Colt 1860 Percussion. Cowboy Gunman 1 (Dean Simone) carries a holstered Colt 1860, but never draws it. These revolvers are also Denix non-firing replicas.

Colt 1860 Army (Denix non-firing replica)
Cowboy Gunman 3 puts his hand on the grip...
...and draws the Colt.
Cowboy Gunman 1 with the holstered Colt.
Cowboy Gunman 3 cocks his Colt. The rough fit and metal that looks like a modern alloy rather than real old steel clearly indicates that this is another Denix replica.
Cowboy Gunman 3 accidentally fires the gun into the air.


Mossberg 500

A Mossberg 500 can can be seen on the gun rack at the prison.

Mossberg 500 Tactical Shotgun - 12 gauge
The shotgun is seen at the left.


Denix Winchester Model 1866 Replica

Cowboy Gunman 1 (Dean Simone) fires what looks like a Winchester Model 1873 rifle several times. This rifle is actually a Denix non-firing replica of a Winchester Model 1866 with a steel finish.

Denix "Carbine Mod. 66" non-firing replica. The dull grey finish wasn't used on real Winchester 1866 rifles.
A Winchester rifle is seen during the opening credits.
Cowboy Gunman 1 with the replica Winchester in his hands. Cowboy Gunman 2 (at the left) carries a holstered Smith & Wesson Model 3 replica.
Cowboy Gunman 1 raises his Winchester.
Another view of the same scene.
The hammer can be seen.
Cowboy Gunman 1 aims the Winchester.
Cowboy Gunman 1 tries to load fresh ammo...
...and works the lever.
A close view of the receiver. The material quality, the lack of an M1873's protruding plate, and the position of the screws make it a Denix M1866 replica.

Arisaka Type 38

The Prison Officer's (Maxx Maulion) duty firearm is an Arisaka Type 38 (a rather strange choice for an American law enforcement officer).

Arisaka Type 38 rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
The rifle is seen near the table.
Another view of the same scene.
The muzzle can be seen.
The Prison Officer aims the rifle at Nathan Flesher.
Another perspective.
Note the groove on the stock.
The Prison Officer holds his duty rifle.
The muzzle can be seen.
His rifle can be seen from the other side.
The buttstock and bolt handle can be seen.
Another view of the rifle.

Accuracy International AW (Airsoft)

Rifleman (Masami Kosaka) possesses an Accuracy International AW. The rifle is actually a common airsoft replica, identifiable by its thicker barrel with no muzzle device, lack of protruding magazine or finger notches on the magazine well, and "chrome" bolt visible through the ejection port.

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare, airsoft replica
Rifleman fires the rifle
Rifleman puts his weapon on the ground.
Rifleman raises the rifle again.
A closer view of his gun.
The scope can be perfectly seen.
Rifleman works the bolt...
...and puts his finger on the trigger.
Rifleman aims the rifle. Note the lack of a magazine or finger cuts on the magazine well and the incorrect "chrome" look to the bolt through the ejection port.
A closer view of the trigger guard.

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