The following weapons were used in the film Blood: The Last Vampire:
Blood: The Last Vampire (2009).
The Beretta 92FS is handled by Council agents operating on foot as their main sidearm. This is anachronistic since the OVA is set in the 1960s and this movie takes place in the 70s while the Beretta 92FS entered production in 1984.
Council agent Michael Harrison (Liam Cunningham
) aims his 92FS at Luke after being told that he assassinated General McKee at Yokota Air Base.
Luke (JJ Feild
) being forced to give up after being threatened by Michael that he would shoot him.
A dead Council agent inside General McKee's Yokota Air Base residence.
The strangest thing with props when Sergeant Frank Nielsen (Andrew Pleavin
) aims his Beretta 92FS at Council agents approaching him. This is an anachronism since he should be armed with the M1911A1. They obviously corrected this prop goof later.
The Colt M1911 is seen in the hands of US Air Force personnel as their standard weapon since the movie is set in the 1970s.
Original Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP.
A US Air Force airman draws his M1911 at Council agents inside Yokota Air Base.
A US Air Force airman guards the interior of the interrogation room. You can see (albeit possibly barely) his M1911 is holstered.
Frank Nielsen aims his M1911 at Luke inside General McKee's house.
Colt Single Action Army
A Colt Single Action Army was among the possessions of General Howard R. McKee (Larry Lamb) in his Yokota Air Base residence. He uses it to shoot Luke after he takes down Frank with an injection on his neck, but fails.
Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model.
General McKee after firing his personal SAA to gun down a Council agent.
Luke takes the fired SAA from the wounded general.
Luke prepares to expose the SAA's cylinder.
Another shot of Luke handling the SAA.
Nambu Model 60
A Nambu Model 60 is seen near the end of the film in the holster of a Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department officer (Huang Yonggang).
The TMPD officer standing on the left in the interrogation room. You can see (albeit possibly barely) the holster where the Model 60 is located.
The Colt M16A1 is seen throughout the movie in the hands of US Air Force airmen.
M16A1 with 20-round magazine - 5.56x45mm.
A US Air Force airman aims his M16A1 at Council agents inside a car.
On the right side, another shot of the same airman holding the M16A1. This time, you can see the entire rifle he's holding, including the barrel.
Good closeup of the M16A1s held by the airmen.
Custom M16 DMR
A Council agent uses an M16 DMR customized for sniping work in order to assassinate Alice McKee in Shinagawa. It has a DPMS Hi-Rider upper receiver as identified by its lack of forward assist or brass deflector, rounded ejection port and raised Picatinny rail.
M16A1 with 20-round magazine, fitted with scope - 5.56x45mm
A Council agent prepares to handle the assembled custom AR-15.
A good closeup of the rifle's trigger and most of the receiver assembly.
Closeup of the buttstock and the riflescope in place of the carry handle.
The DEFA cannon is the standard gun armament of the IAI Daggers standing in for the F-104 Starfighters stationed at Yokota Air Base in Tokyo's Fussa City. The IAI Dagger is an Israeli-built copy of the Dassault Mirage 5.
DEFA cannon 30mm in twin mount
US Air Force airmen in a jeep driving by a parked Dagger.
Colt Mk 12
The early model A-4 Skyhawks in the background are armed with Colt Mk 12 20mm cannons. The Colt Mk 12 was the US Navy's primary aircraft armament for much of the 1950's and 60's before the Navy went with the Air Force's M61 Vulcan.
The lack of the avionics hump and the shape of the tail fin indicate that it's an early model A-4, possibly A-4B, C, P, or Q.
The Cleaner Gun is used by Council operatives assigned to cleaning duty by wiping out chiropteran corpses in order to prevent public panic and show the world of their existence. Frank steals one from the two Council agents detained temporarily at Yokota Air Base. The cleaner guns work by melting off anything the mist comes into contact with.
A Council cleaner agent fires the cleaner gun at a corpse.
General McKee inspects one of the cleaner guns taken by Frank in his personal office.