Medicom produced this figure in 2002 and it was definitely a much improved Panzer Cop than its earlier release.
In those days, Medicom didn't believe in packaging. The figure came in a rather simple and most unattractive box showcasing Kazuki Fuse, the main male character in the movie.
As you can see from the picture, the MG42 and ammo belt (shown on the left) is just pathetic
Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade, Kerberos Protect Gear Panzer Cop in full glory. I replaced the crappy MG42 and ammo belt with a much better quality one.
The gas mask differs from that of the Straydog version and has much nicer details and looks more menacing. The red paint used for the googles make them stand out. The armour is also more complex and layered, giving it a very heavy feel.
Yutaka Izubuchi's (who created the Protect-Gear armor used in the Kerberos saga) mecha design signature "Buchi-ana", the five dots logo is featured on the helmet in this Protect Gear type.
The backpack radio cum ammo drum. Unfortunately, the magazine pouch on his left hip is moulded to his armour.
A close-up of the moulded side-arm, the Mauser C96 (you can make out the famous "broom" handle) together with the holster and the armour - more crap from Medicom.
"...and then the Wolf ate up Little Red Riding Hood."
Check out Kerberos Panzer Cops Group Pictures