|Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno
(Rurôni Kenshin: Kyôto taika-hen)
|Warner Bros. Pictures
Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno (るろうに剣心 京都大火編; Rurôni Kenshin: Kyôto taika-hen) is an 2014 Japanese action movie, based on manga by Nobuhiro Watsuki, sequel of Rurouni Kenshin Part I: Origins.
The following weapons were used in the film Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno:
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Numerous Colt 1851 Navys can be seen on the table in Makoto Shishio's armory.
Colt 1851 Navy - .36 caliber.
Numerous Colts is lying on the table. Sadojima Hoji (Ken'ichi Takitô
) investigates a Gatling gun at the bacground.
A slightly other view of the Colts.
Nearly all gun wielding policemen, as well, as gun wielding Makoto Shishio's (Tatsuya Fujiwara) troops are armed with the Snider-Enfield Rifles.
Snider-Enfield Mk.II** Infantry Rifle - .577 Snider
Policeman aims his rifle at the film beginning. Note the hammer shape.
Another policeman holds the similar looking rifle.
Numerous rifle wielding policemen patrols Settsu Mine
The rear sight can be seen.
Shishio's trooper holds his rifle (pointed by the red arrow).
Two Shishio's troopers with the rifles in hands can be seen at the background.
Shishio's trooper (at the right) investigates the lock of his rifle.
Police officers guard arrested Sawagejo Cho (Ryosuke Miura).
Policemen carry the rifles on the slings.
Policemen fire their rifles during battle with Shishio's troops.
Policeman guns down Shishio's trooper.
Shishio's trooper holds Kenshin Himura (Takeru Satoh
) at gunpoint.
M1867 Tabatière Rifle
Numerous shinsengumi troops fires M1867 Tabatière rifles during the battle with Aoshi's samurais.
Snider Enfield Mk.II** Short Rifle - .577 Snider. French M1867 Tabatiere Rifle has similar outlook.
Shinsegumi man shots Aoshi Shinomori (Yûsuke Iseya
) in the shoulder with the rifle.
The rifle locks can be seen.
The shot is blurred, but the rifle shape can be seen.
Shinsengumi man tries to shots Aoshi...
...but missed and Aoshi splits the rifle in half. Note, that this movie prop is already cut in half for the easily destroying during the filming.
An unknown rifle can be seen lying on the ground after the end of Toba-Fushimi battle.
The rifle is seen on the ground (pointed by the red arrow).
A Gatling Guns is seen in Shishio's armory. Sadojima Hoji (Ken'ichi Takitô) investigates and aims one.
British M1865 Gatling Gun at the Royal Artillery Museum with hopper feed - .58 Rimfire / .50-70
The barrels and rear sight of Gatling gun can be seen.
Another view of the same scene.
Another Gatling gun can be seen at the background (pointed by the red arrow).
The Gatling gun is seen at the right.
Makoto Shishio's battleship was equipped with the numerous types of naval cannons.
The cannons is seen at the right.
A perfect view of the twin naval cannon.
A good view of the battleship with it's armaments.
Numerous cannons, include twin naval gun (partly seen at the top, right) is mounted on the desks.
The naval cannon is seen at the background.