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Miroku Liberty Chief

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Miroku Liberty Chief - .38 Special
Miroku Special Police with 2-inch barrel - .38 Special
Miroku Special Police with 4-inch barrel - .38 Special

The Miroku Liberty Chief is a revolver formerly produced by the Miroku Corporation in Japan. The MLC appears to have been made for Japanese police either as a replacement/supplement to the Nambu Model 60 (which was their existing issue-weapon) and/or as competition piece. However, the Nambu stayed in production until the late 90s and Miroku instead almost completely exported the revolver to the US under the EIG and Liberty Chief names. Dimension-wise, it is roughly comparable to a S&W J-frame, and featured a early-style Smith & Wesson Model 36-looking grip, but otherwise, the gun looks more like a Colt, especially with the exposed ejector rod and Colt-style cylinder latch.

There's also the "Special Police" version, outwardly similar to the Colt Detective Special (or Trooper, but available with either a 2- or a 4-inch barrel).


(1967 - 1984)

  • Type: Revolver
  • Caliber(s): .38 Special
  • Weight: ?
  • Length: ?
  • Barrel length: 2 in (5.1 cm), 4 in (10.2 cm) also available for the Special Police model.
  • Capacity: 6 rounds
  • Fire Modes: DA

The Miroku Liberty Chief and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:


Title Actor Character Notation Date
Cross Fire Tomohide Ookawa Kogure's thug 2000
Yakuza Hunters 2: The Revenge Duel in Hell Porche Okite Murakawa 2010
The Fable 2019


Title Actor Character Note Date
BG: Personal Bodyguard Ozuno Nakamura Kazuma Kato "The ultimate mission of life! Absolutely protect!! Tokyo-Shizuoka-Go abroad... 120km escape game!" (S2E07) 2020


Title Character Note Date
Demon Prince Enma Abashiri Naojirō, Yoshinaga, Benten Yuri 2006

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