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Kite (1998)

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A Kite BR cover.jpg
Japanese Blu-Ray cover
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Yasuomi Umetsu
Release Date 1998
Language Japanese
Studio ARMS
Main Cast
Character Actor

The following weapons were used in the OVA Kite (1998):



Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS with wood grips is seen in the OVA as a recurring weapon.

Beretta 92FS with wood grips - 9x19mm Parabellum
An armed bodyguard of P. Willis opens fire at Sawa during a hit. Strange that he would be armed since Japanese laws don't allow it.
The 92FS aimed at the stall door despite his left hand/arm bleeding thanks to Sawa's initial attack.
Another armed P. Willis bodyguard takes out his sidearm.
The 92FS fired inside the subway car at Oburi's direction by a Special Investigation Team detective. Note that you can see the wood grip.
A 92FS, previously misidentified as a 1911.

Colt Government Model 380

The Colt Government Model 380 is used by the SIT detective after the 92FS is shot out of his hands.

Colt Government Model 380 - .380 ACP‎
The detective takes out his pistol.
Full shot of the pistol.
The Model 380 aimed at Oburi.

Smith & Wesson 915

The Smith & Wesson 915 is seen with the SIT detective, featuring a customized 92FS-like triggerguard, likely an error.

Smith & Wesson 915 (9x19mm) Note the cross-bolt safety, relatively small rear sight but rounded trigger guard.
Beretta 92FS (9x19mm). Note the squared trigger guard.
The pistol taken out after he and Oburi engage in a shootout inside a subway car. Note the trigger guard, small rear sight, and lack of a manual safety. A regular thumb safety is usually represented, however a more discreet cross-bolt safety can easily be ignored.

"Red Club"

The "Red Club" is a customized pistol used in the OVA. Sawa, Oburi, Kanie and a young girl used colored variants of the RC. They're customized to handle conventional and explosive ammo loads. Sawa's use of the RC is significant because she keeps it in a small briefcase, similiar to a fashion to the covert briefcases used for the MP5K and the AKS-74U.

Sawa's Red Club

Red Club resin pistol.
Sawa presses a button on the handle...
...which makes a side of the briefcase retract.
Sawa's red RC is revealed with the yellow light on, which means she can fire it with explosive ammo.
Sawa aims her RC at her target.
Sawa remembers being trained to use the RC by shooting at a tied-up person.
Sawa presses the button on the slide while hiding during a hit.
With the blue light, Sawa can fire with conventional ammo.
The RC fired from inside a toilet stall.
Akai secures Sawa's dropped RC.
Sawa wields Oburi's and her own RC.

Oburi's Red Club

Oburi draws his RC during an explosion, meant to be a distraction.
Closeup of Oburi's white pistol.
Oburi loads up on his RC after Kanie gives him order for another hit.
Oburi opens fire with his RC inside a subway car.
Good shot of a bullet fired from the RC.
Sawa wields Oburi's and her own RC.

Kanie's Red Club

Kanie reaches for his yellow RC.
The yellow RC in use.
Appropriate use of the yellow RC with Kanie wearing a yellow shirt.

Young Girl's Red Club

A young girl with a toque shoots the green RC at Oburi.
Good shot of the green RC.


Colt Detective Special

A stainless Colt Detective Special is seen with one of P. Willis' bodyguards.

Colt Detective Special (3rd Generation) - .38 Special
The revolver aimed at Sawa.
He doesn't know what's coming.

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