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Last of the Wolves

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Last of the Wolves
孤狼の血 LEVEL2
Korō no Chi Level 2
Film poster
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Kazuya Shiraishi
Release Date 2021
Language Japanese
Studio Toei Video, Kinoshita Group, KADOKAWA, Nippon Broadcasting, Filmarks
Distributor Toei Company
Main Cast
Character Actor
Shuichi Hioka Tori Matsuzaka
Shigehiro Uebayashi Ryohei Suzuki
Kota "Chinta" Chikada Nijiro Murakami
Mao Chikada Nanase Nishino

Last of the Wolves (Japanese: 孤狼の血 LEVEL2 Korō no Chi Level 2) is the 2021 sequel to 2018's The Blood of Wolves and based on the police novel series: Korou no Chi (JP:孤狼の血 / ころうのち). Kazuya Shiraishi returns as director, with Tori Matsuzaka reprising his role as Shuichi Hioka. Set in 1990's in Kure, Hiroshima, the story follows Hioka, who now controls and maintains peace in the Hiroshima underworld and Shigehiro Uebayashi (Ryohei Suzuki), a psychopathic yakuza recently released from prison who seeks to usurp the hard fought peace.

Note several screenshots have had their brightness adjusted for clarity. In addition flashback sequences of the prior film used in the intro are not included here.

The following weapons were used in the film Last of the Wolves:



Nambu Model 60 & New Nambu Model 60

Shuichi Hioka (Tori Matsuzaka) uses a New Nambu Model 60 throughout the movie. Superintendent Daisuke Saga (Kenichi Takito) is also seen with one. The Nambu Model 60 which Hioka grabs off of Assistant Inspector Satoru Nakagami (Hiroki Miyake) appears to be the earlier snub nose Nambu Model 60 (although it appears to switch to the New Model during the car chase). The revolvers are possibly Tanaka Works M36 blank firing replicas, as those were used in the production.

Nambu Model 60 snub nose - .38 Special
Shuichi Hioka with Satoru Nakagami's commandeered Nambu.
New Nambu Model 60 snub nose - .38 Special
Tanaka Works M36 revolver replicas used in the movie. Images sourced from [here].
Hioka shoves his New Nambu into Otani-gumi member Masaru Hanada's mouth while trying to make the other Otani-gumi stand down.
A promotional image of the same scene.
Hioka aims at the forensic investigator (Tomomitsu Adachi) during a key plot point.
Nakagami's stolen Model 60 on the dashboard of the stolen 1991 Toyota Crown.
The cylinder getting knocked open when Shigehiro Uebayashi rams his car. Most of the casings appear to get dumped (though Hioka is still able to get one shot off after).
Uebayashi taunts Hioka to shoot him, stating Shinigami (the god of death) won't let him die. The revolver clicks empty.
Promotional still of Hioka steading his hand to finish off Uebayashi with a third shot from Saga's stolen Nambu.

Smith & Wesson Military & Police

What appears to be a Smith & Wesson Military & Police with Smith & Wesson Model 10 grips is seen during the intro. A darker version of this same shot was used later in the film.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 4" barrel - .38 Special
The revolver in question.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

The Smith & Wesson Model 10 appears as the standard firearm used by the various Yakuza throughout the film. It is seen in both standard configuration and 3-inch configuration.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver - .38 Special
A Hitomasa-kai member with the Model 10 after loading it. Note it appears to lack a underlug.
Takeshi Tokura (Motohiro Oguri) and another Kanbayashi-gumi member (not seen in this screenshot) perform a drive-by on Yuuma Tachibana (Takumi Saitoh).
Tokura with the Model 10 as they drive off.
A Kanbayashi-gumi member cocking his revolver with his other hand after not being able to fire it one-handed.
Yukio Amagi (Kiyohiko Shibukawa) firing the revolver at Shigehiro Uebayashi.
Ditto as Uebayashi drives off.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 with 3" barrel - .38 Special
A Kanbayashi-gumi member with the 3-inch Model 10.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 blank firing replica

What is possibly a customized Tanaka Works blank firing replica is used by Chikada "Chinta" Kota (Nijiro Murakami).

Chinta draws his Model 10 on Shuichi Hioka.
Barrel. Note the seam line and that the ejector rod is covered (like the one on the Miroku Liberty Chief in this shot).
Chinta squeezes off a shot as he and Hioka engage in a melee.
Aiming at Hioka.
The revolver gets knocked away, giving a view of the grip.
A shocked Chinta after shooting Hioka.
Ditto. Note the revolver appears to have mostly unfired rounds despite Chinta having fired off five shots.
Production still of the dropped revolver after Chinta shoots Hioka.
Chinta with the Model 10 during the credits.

Colt Python

An anti-firearm poster in the Hiroshima police station features a Colt Python.

Colt Python with 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Hioka walks past the poster.
An image of the original poster taken from a Shikoku Times / Nippon Times article.


Colt M1911A1

A M1911A1 is used by Shigehiro Uebayashi (Ryohei Suzuki). Otani-gumi member Masaru Hanada (Taichi Saotome) uses a nickel plated M1911A1 with pearl grips.

Colt M1911A1 (blued) .45 ACP
Shigehiro Uebayashi with the M1911A1 after shooting Tamaki Irako (Rino Katase).
Uebayashi throws his coat back to draw his pistol when confronting Hanada during the gang fight.
A promotional still of Uebayashi aiming after dispatching Masaru Hanada.
Uebayashi drives with his M1911A1 in hand during the chase with Shuichi Hioka.
Shigehiro Uebayashi drives at Hioka's car (he tosses his pistol away shortly after this and accelerates).
Rock Island Armory M1911A1 (bright nickel plating and pearl grips) - .45 ACP
Masaru Hanada and Otani-gumi members counterattack the Kanbayashi-gumi.
Hanada aims his pistol...
...and fires. Note Hanada's firing technique during this sequence (jerking his elbow forward while firing) would make the pistol more likely to malfunction.
A wounded Masaru Hanada aims at Hioka in a promotional still.

Norinco Type 54

The Norinco Type 54 is primarily used by Kanbayashi-gumi member Takeshi Tokura (Motohiro Oguri). It is also seen in the hands of a Hiroshima Hitomasa-kai member during the intro and seen in a flashback to the first film during the prologue. Note the gangsters seen in the intro inaccurately appear to load their revolvers with 7.62x25mm Tokarev.

Type 54 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
The Hitomasa-kai thug locks the slide back on his Type 54 in the car (without letting it ride back forward). He later cocks it fully when he and his kyodai arrive at the club.
The thug aiming at Kurehara East Station Detective Arihara (Issei Okihara).
Takeshi Tokura draws his pistol (with a faux suppressor) on the Ikago-kai chairman Yoji Kakutani (Susumu Terajima).
The other side of the pistol visible as he aims at Ikago-kai thugs.
Tokura takes down a Otani-gumi member.
"Hanada, shineee!" ("Die, Hanada!") Tokura fires his last shot at Masaru Hanada. Note much like Hanada above, he also uses a technique to fire the semi-auto pistol which would likely cause it to malfunction.
Takeshi Tokura's Type 54 locks back empty, much to his surprise.


Browning A-Bolt / Miroku MSS-20 CP

Near the end of the movie, two hunters in northern Hiroshima are seen with scoped shotguns. They are armed with either Browning A-Bolts or Miroku MSS-20 CPs or both.

Browning A-Bolt with scope - 6.5×55mm (the one in the movie is likely chambered in 12 gauge and loaded with slug shells due to firearms laws in Japan)
Miroku MSS-20 CP with scope - 20 gauge
The stock of shotgun #1.
Shotgun #1 on the left and shotgun #2 on the right. Note #1 appears to lack a front sight (or has a bead sight that is invisible due to the depth of field).
Closeup of shotgun #2.
Closeup of the handguard and part of the barrel of shotgun #1.

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