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The following firearms were used on the television series Hill Street Blues:

Hill Street Blues (1981-1987).

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Smith & Wesson Model 10

Several officers, notably Officer Andy Renko (Charles Haid), Sgt. Esterhaus (Michael Conrad), Officer Bernard Harris (Mark Metcalf), Det. Michael "Mick" Belker (Bruce Weitz), Officer Lucy Bates (Betty Thomas), and Officer Joe Coffey (Ed Marinaro), carry Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolvers. When Renko forces Bates and Coffey to help him look for it in the garbage after it was stolen at a wedding in "Pestolozzi's Revenge" (2.09), Bates tells him looking through the trash is stupid, as "they wouldn't dump a $310 Smith & Wesson." Furillo identifies Renko's weapon to the grand jury as a "standard .38 caliber Smith & Wesson service revolver" after it is recovered in "Freedom's Last Stand" (2.11). Bobby Hill (Michael Warren) carries one while undercover in the restaurant during the same episode. A robber with a Model 10 shoots Captain Freedom (Dennis Dugan) to death in the same episode. The abusive boyfriend, Carter Reese (Felton Perry), in "Personal Foul" (2.16), has a police-issued Model 10. The store security guard in "Hearts and Minds" (2.01) fires at the robbers with a Model 10 as they drive away.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 - .38 Special
A female detective, Morgan, with her Model 10 holstered.
Renko prepares to burst through a door in "Politics as Usual" (1.03).
Renko raises his Model 10 before apprehending an assault suspect in "Politics as Usual" (1.03).
Bates aims her Model 10 when Faye arrives at Hill Street Station with a toy snubnose in "Choice Cut" (1.07).
Hector Ruiz (Panchito Gomez) with a Model 10 while he holds hostages in the Chuckie's meat locker in "Choice Cut" (1.07).
Esterhaus with his Model 10 drawn in "Up in Arms" (1.08).
Belker with his Model 10 after killing the armed robber in an alley in "Rites of Spring, Pt. 1" (1.14).
Coffey with his Model 10 outside Mr. Popvich's house in "The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue" (2.03).
Renko with his Model 10 outside Mr. Popvich's house in "The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue" (2.03).
Bates with her Model 10 outside Mr. Popvich's house in "The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue" (2.03).
Bates puts away her Model 10 outside Mr. Popvich's house in "The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue" (2.03).
Belker with his Model 10 drawn on an attempted gas station robber in "The World According to Freedom" (2.08).
Furillo is shown Renko's Model 10 in "Freedom's Last Stand" (2.11).
Hill draws his Model 10 in "Freedom's Last Stand" (2.11).
Renko with his Model 10 in "Zen and the Art of Law Enforcement" (2.13). A continuity error shows his revolver as a Smith & Wesson Model 15 in the next shot.
Ex-housing authority cop Carter Reese holds his girlfriend and her son hostage in "Personal Foul" (2.16).
Coffey with his Model 10 drawn in "Shooter" (2.17).

Smith & Wesson Model 19

Officer Bobby Hill (Michael Warren) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 19 as his standard sidearm and keeps it in his purse when he goes undercover in drag to catch a serial rapist in "Double Jeopardy" (1.05). It is also carried in early episodes by Det. Sgt. Michael "Mick" Belker (Bruce Weitz) and others. Officer Fuentes (Steven Bauer) carries a Model 19 in "Presidential Fever" (1.02), until it is taken from him by a mob of angry Puerto Ricans when he and Officer Harris wrongly accuse them of burglary. Renko (Charles Haid) and Coffey (Ed Marinaro) each shoot the gun-wielding suspect in "Hearts and Minds" (2.01) with Model 19s. In "Blood Money" (2.02), the taxi driver murderer holds a Model 19 on Belker while the latter is undercover working as a cabbie. Officer Jerry Nash (Stephen McHattie) carries a Model 19 in "Cranky Streets" (2.06).

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum
Officer Bobby Hill reaches for his Model 19 when he and Renko are shot by the junkie in the tenement.
An officer with his Model 19 as Furillo arrives on the scene in the pilot episode.
Hill stands outside an apartment with his Model 19 drawn in "Politics as Usual" (1.03).
Hill chases down a suspect on the roof of an apartment building in "Politics as Usual" (1.03).
Hill with his Model 19 while undercover.
Renko fires his Model 19 in "Hearts and Minds".
Coffey fires his Model 19 in "Hearts and Minds".
The murderer in "Blood Money" threatens Belker.
Belker drives the murderer before slamming on the gas to scare him.
Ellis (Leonard Lightfoot) with his Model 19 drawn in "Fruits of the Poisonous Tree" (2.05).
Hill enters Carter Reese's apartment with his Model 19 drawn in "Personal Foul" (2.16).

Beretta M1934

During the roll call in the pilot episode, "Hill Street Station" (1.01), an undercover detective can be seen placing a Beretta M1934 during Sgt. Esterhaus's weapons inspection due to "alleged carrying of bizarre and unauthorized weapons by the officers of this precinct".

Beretta Model 1935, the .32 ACP version of the Model 1934. Other than caliber, the pistols are identical.
An officer places a Beretta M1934 on the table next to a holstered Model 10.

Mossberg 500

LaRue's partner, Sgt. Neal Washington (Taurean Blacque), places a Mossberg 500 shotgun with wooden handguard and sawed-off stock on the table during the pilot episode's weapons inspection. This appears to be the same shotgun seen later in the episode as used by Hector Ruiz (Panchito Gomez), one of the convenience store robbers.

Mossberg 500 12 Gauge with wood furniture and sawed-off stock
Washington lays the shotgun down on the table.
Washington's shotgun.
Hector aims the shotgun at Capt. Furillo.
As Furillo covers Hector, the shotgun lays on the ground on front of them.

Colt Mk IV Series 70

Det. John "J.D." LaRue (Kiel Martin) places a Colt Mk IV Series 70 on the table during the pilot episode's weapons inspection.

Colt 1911 Series 70 - .45 ACP
LaRue places his Mk IV on the table then proceeds to help a female officer remove a compact pistol from her holster.

Bryco pocket pistol

A female officer receives "assistance" from LaRue in removing a Bryco Arms compact pistol from her leg holster during the pilot episode's weapons inspection.

Bryco J-22 pocket pistol - .22 LR
LaRue places his Mk IV on the table then proceeds to help a female officer remove a Bryco compact pistol from her holster.

Colt Detective Special (1st Generation)

Capt. Frank Furillo (Daniel J. Travanti) carries a first generation Colt Detective Special in a shoulder holster, notably seen when he removes the holster upon confronting Hector in the pilot episode. Det. J.D. LaRue (Kiel Martin) has a 1st Generation DS as his standard issue sidearm, seen when surrendering it with his badge (and having it returned to him). Det. Henry Goldblume (Joe Spano) reluctantly draws his Detective Special when he is cornered by thugs after his car blows a flat tire while driving through the ghetto in "Double Jeopardy" (1.05). He tells his supervisor that, until Capt. Furillo noticed, he had always carried the revolver unloaded, never expecting to use it. In "Hearts and Minds" (2.01), a suspect (Charles Picerni) grabs Alf Chelsey's (Gerry Black) Detective Special and shoots up the station before he is killed by Renko, Coffey, and other cops. The drug dealer who tries to rob LaRue and Washington (while they are undercover) in "Of Mouse and Man" (2.12) has a Detective Special. Two con artists posing as vice cops (including one played by John Ratzenberger) carry 1st-generation Detective Specials in "Some Like It Hot-Wired" (2.15). A man with a Detective Special accosts Washington while he and Belker are undercover in a porn theater in "Personal Foul" (2.16).

Colt Detective Special 1st Gen - .38 Special
Capt. Furillo talks to Hector with his Colt DS holstered.
Goldblume with his Detective Special drawn when he gets a flat tire while driving through the ghetto.
A few shotguns, a Detective Special and other snubnoses, a 1911, and a Colt Python are among the weapons visible on the table in "I Never Promised You a Rose, Marvin" (1.12).
LaRue draws his Detective Special in "Jungle Madness, Pt. 1" (1.16).
Washington chases Melvin Jenkins with his Colt DS drawn in "Fruits of the Poisonous Tree" (2.05).
The drug dealer holds his Detective Special on LaRue and Washington.
The "vice cops" hold their Detective Specials on Henry Goldblume in "Some Like It Hot-Wired" (2.15).
Goldblume with his Detective Special drawn during a raid in "Shooter" (2.17).

Remington 870

Several officers from the Hill Street Station use Remington 870 shotguns in the pilot episode. Both Officers Bobby Hill (Michael Warren) and Andy Renko (Charles Haid) handle one during the armed robbery standoff. A Remington 870 is also seen on the wall display in "Shooter" (2.17).

Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 gauge
Bobby, with his shotgun, takes cover with Renko in the pilot episode.
Renko aims his shotgun at the liquor store during the standoff.
Officers aim their weapons at the liquor store during the pilot episode.
A display in "Shooter" (2.17) shows: 1st row: Remington Model 31. 2nd row: Remington Model 870, bolt-action rifle. 3rd row: S&W Model 629, S&W Model 276 gas gun. 4th row: S&W Model 66 Snub, S&W 59, two Browning Hi-Powers.

M16A1

The Emergency Action Team (EAT) utilizes M16A1 rifles. In some scenes that don't require the weapons to be fired, some EATers carry MGC M16 replicas (determined by the muzzle brakes on some of the guns). Some of Jesse John Hudson's gangsters in "The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue" (2.03) have M16s. Also, M16 rifles are seen in the background of some scenes in the precinct, in almost every episode.

M16A1 with 30 Round magazine - 5.56x45mm
EAT officers in the pilot episode with M16s.
EAT officers in the pilot episode prepare the enter the liquor store.
EAT officers in the pilot episode fire their M16s inside the store.
Officers aim an Ithaca 37s and an M16 out the window in "Can World War III Be An Attitude?" (1.04).
An officer aims his M16 inside the station in "Can World War III Be An Attitude?" (1.04).
Several EATers in "Choice Cut" (1.07) are armed with M16s.
EATers search for alligators in "Gatorbait" (1.10).
An EATer behind Goldblume aims his M16.
One of Hudson's gangsters holds an M16 as Hudson prepares to execute Virgil.
An M16 sits in the EAT truck as Henry talks to Hill and Renko in "Personal Foul" (2.16).

Colt Python

Some of the Hill Street precinct officers carry Colt Python revolvers. The junkie who shoots Bobby and Renko in the pilot episode fires four shots from a 6" barrel Python, later recovered by LaRue and Washington while chasing down Billie (Karole Salmon) in "Film at Eleven" (1.06), with several policemen referring to the weapon by its caliber, notably Washington referring to it over the phone as a "3-5-7 Magnum". Bobby Hill (Michael Warren) carries a Python in "I Never Promised You a Rose, Marvin" (1.12) when he and Renko pull over a man before helping his wife deliver her baby. A Python is also one of the weapons seen on the table during the same episode as Furillo argues with Swanson. EAT commander Sgt./Lt. Howard Hunter (James B. Sikking) keeps a Python in a large shoulder holster. It is first seen in "Politics as Usual" (1.03), when Hunter is telling Capt. Furillo that "a Steyr SSG hits from a thousand yards" during an argument about security for the President's upcoming visit to Hill Street Precinct and later referenced by Hunter in "Rites of Spring, Pt. 1" (1.14) when he mentions that he introduced himself to a woman locked out of her apartment by blowing the broken lock off with his ".357". He finally draws it when looking for the flesh-eating dogs in "The Spy Who Came in From Delgado" (2.10).

Colt Python with 4" Barrel - .357 Magnum
The junkie fires at Bobby and Renko when they enter the tenement searching for a phone in the pilot episode.
A policeman with his Python drawn as Furillo reaches the crime scene in the pilot episode.
Washington picks up the Python when it falls out of Billie's bag.
Washington handles the Python.
Hill aims his Python in "I Never Promised You a Rose, Marvin" (1.12).
A few shotguns, a Detective Special and other snubnoses, a 1911, and a Colt Python are among the weapons visible on the table in "I Never Promised You a Rose, Marvin" (1.12).
An armed robber draws his Python in a gas station Belker is staking out in "The World According to Freedom" (2.08).
Hunter searches for "canines" with his Python drawn in "The Spy Who Came In From Delgado" (2.10).
Hunter fires his Python to scare the dogs when he falls through a hole in the floor and is trapped briefly in "The Spy Who Came In From Delgado" (2.10).

Smith & Wesson Model 28

Hector's friend Juan (Jay Moreno) in the pilot episode holds a Smith & Wesson Model 28 on the hostages.

Smith & Wesson Model 28 - .357 Magnum. This is essentially the same gun as the Model 27, except for a non-checkered top strap and a less high polish blued finish.
Hector's friend in the pilot episode with his Model 28.

Smith & Wesson Model 15

In the pilot episode, EAT commander Sgt. Howard Hunter (James B. Sikking) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 15. A continuity error in "Zen and the Art of Law Enforcement" (2.13) has Renko (Charles Haid) carrying a S&W Model 15 rather than his usual Smith & Wesson Model 10. In fact, he is carrying a Model 10 in one shot but in the next it is a Model 15.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 Revolver - .38 Special
Sgt. Hunter draws his Model 15 in the pilot episode when Hector breaks the glass of the storefront.
Renko looks for a suspect with a S&W Model 15 (rather than his usual Model 10 in "Zen and the Art of Law Enforcement" (2.13).

Colt Detective Special (3rd Generation)

Undercover Det. J.D. LaRue (Kiel Martin) carries a third-generation Colt Detective Special in an ankle holster in "Politics as Usual" (1.03) when he tells his partner, Sgt. Washington, that he's got "a .38 strapped to [his] ankle". Det. Washington himself (Taurean Blacque) also carries a 3rd Generation Detective Special, notably seen when arresting Eddie Hoban (Rob Berger) in "Film at Eleven" (1.06). Capt. Frank Furillo (Daniel J. Travanti) draws his own from a shoulder holster when questioning Eddie's girlfriend Sherry in "Choice Cut" (1.07), trying to see if she was telling the truth by discerning between his own Detective Special and a suspect's Colt Python. Furillo later hands it to Chief Daniels when he resigns (unofficially for a few minutes) in "Freedom's Last Stand" (2.11). In the same episode, Renko (Charles Haid) carries a 3rd-generation Detective Special while undercover.

Colt Detective Special 3rd Gen - .38 Special.
LaRue chases the other suspect in the drug bust.
LaRue searches for the other suspect, his Colt DS drawn.
LaRue holds his snub on Sgt. Ralph Macafee (Dan Hedaya) as he inspects his badge before reluctantly taking his bribe.
Furillo hands Daniels his Colt DS in "Freedom's Last Stand".
Renko with his Detective Special drawn while undercover in "Freedom's Last Stand".
Renko fires into the robber who killed Captain Freedom.
LaRue and Washington hold their S&W Model 36 and Colt DS on the drug dealer in "Of Mouse and Man" (2.12).

Ithaca 37

Several officers at the Hill Street station, including Sgt. Esterhaus (Michael Conrad) prepare for a potential attack from the local gangs in "Can World War III Be An Attitude" (1.04) with Ithaca 37 shotguns. Bobby Hill (Michael Warren) grabs one from his and Renko's patrol car en route the armed robbery in "Choice Cut" (1.07). Santini (Jeff Seymour) briefly handles one inside the patrol car in "Up in Arms" (1.08). Both LaRue (Kiel Martin) and Washington (Taurean Blacque) fire Ithacas at the liquor store robbers in "Your Kind, My Kind, Human Kind" (1.09), with Washington fatally wounding one of the robbers with his. Lt. Howard Hunter (James B. Sikking) can be seen loading and carrying an Ithaca 37 in "Hearts and Minds" (2.01). A drug dealer carries one in "Zen and the Art of Law Enforcement" (2.13) but is shot by Washington's Detective Special before he can shoot him with it. Renko (Charles Haid) and Hill each handle their patrol car's Ithaca 37 when Carter Reese takes his family hostage in "Personal Foul" (2.16).

Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 gauge
Esterhaus loads an Ithaca 37 after the power outage.
Officer Garcia with an Ithaca 37 when the lights come back on upon Furillo's return to the precinct.
Several Ithacas and M16s line the rack behind Sgt. Esterhaus.
An Ithaca rests against a power box as Lt. Hunter's EATers prepare an assault on Chuckie's in "Choice Cut" (1.07).
Washington aims his Ithaca between liquor bottles during the liquor store stakeout in "Your Kind, My Kind, Human Kind" (1.09).
LaRue fires his Ithaca at the liquor store robbers in "Your Kind, My Kind, Human Kind" (1.09).
Hunter's EATers ride alongside his "PANDA" assault tank with Ithaca 37s.
Hunter loads his Ithaca 37 while talking to Furillo.
Hunter pumps a round into his Ithaca 37.
An EATer with his Ithaca 37 in "The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue" (2.03).
Renko grabs the Ithaca from his patrol car in "Personal Foul" (2.16).

double-barreled shotgun

Two of the thugs with Hector, including Juan (Jay Moreno) use double-barreled shotguns when holding the hostages in the back of Chuckie's in "Choice Cut" (1.07). A liquor store robber in "Your Kind, My Kind, Human Kind" (1.09) also carries one. When an armed robber tries to rob Belker's (Bruce Weitz) sting pawn shop operation in "Jungle Madness, Pt. 1" (1.16) with one, Belker shows him the two identical shotguns held by his detectives, telling the robber that they are a "12 gauge double barrel with a money back guarantee pointed right between your eyes!" When Belker places it down at the station, it accidentally fires and destroys a vending machine in the station. In "Jungle Madness, Pt. 2" (1.17), a motorist uses one to shoot Officer Joe Coffey. Mr. Popovich (Reuven Bar-Yotam) kills a young Latino with a double-barreled shotgun with exposed hammers in "The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue" (2.03), which Goldblume (Joe Spano) takes from him and gives to Renko (Charles Haid).

Modern Baikal Commercial hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge. Baikal is a Russian manufacturer and a version of this budget shotgun is known as the Remington Spartan.
A Puerto Rican thug fires his shotgun at Hill and Renko's patrol car.
Juan holds his shotgun as Hector talks to him.
The liquor store robbers in "Your Kind, My Kind, Human Kind" (1.09).
A few shotguns, a Detective Special and other snubnoses, a 1911, and a Colt Python are among the weapons visible on the table in "I Never Promised You a Rose, Marvin" (1.12).
The detectives watching the armed robber in "Jungle Madness, Pt. 1" (1.16).
The armed robber with his shotgun in "Jungle Madness, Pt. 1" (1.16).
Popovich fires his shotgun.
Popovich's shotgun.

M9 Bazooka

One of Lt. Hunter's EATers carries what Hunter claims is a "Soviet 109 incendiary rocket launcher" when his squad carries "riot gear on loan from the Stockholm police" during the hostage crisis in "Choice Cut" (1.07). It is in fact a M9 Bazooka.

M9 "Bazooka" - 2.36 inch
Lt. Hunter and his men enter Chuckie's with their Swedish-lent riot gear.

Federal M201-Z Grenade Launcher

One of Lt. Hunter's EATers carries a Federal M201-Z Grenade Launcher during the hostage crisis in "Choice Cut" (1.07). When not being used, M201-Zs are often see hanging in the EAT truck.

Federal M201-Z 37mm
One of Hunter's men holds an M201-Z during Hunter's discussion with Furillo about how to counter Hector's demands. Though it has no sling swivel on the barrel, the ladder sight is visible behind the top latch, indicating that it is an M201-Z versus the earlier L-5.
An M201-Z hangs in the back of Hunter's truck behind LaRue and Washington in "The Spy Who Came In From Delgado" (2.10).
An M201-Z is seen in the immediate foreground in the EAT truck as Henry talks to Hill and Renko in "Personal Foul" (2.16).

Winchester Model 70

Lt. Howard Hunter (James B. Sikking) is seen looking over a Winchester Model 70 in "Your Kind, My Kind, Human Kind" (1.09). To his disappointment, he finds "strawberry jam in the trigger housing" and accidentally breaks the weapon when he racks the bolt too hard for emphasis.

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 - .30-06
Lt. Hunter aims the Model 70.
Esterhaus watches the Model 70's parts fly off as Hunter breaks it by accident.

M1911A1

Lt. Hunter's EATers (with the exception of himself) carry M1911A1 pistols in their holsters. In "The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue" (2.03), Jesse John Hudson (Danny Glover) uses a nickel 1911 to murder Virgil and a female gang member.

Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
An EATer's 1911 is visible in his holster in "Gatorbait" (1.10).
A few shotguns, a Detective Special and other snubnoses, a 1911, and a Colt Python are among the weapons visible on the table in "I Never Promised You a Rose, Marvin" (1.12).
An EATer with his 1911 drawn on a suspect in "Hearts and Minds" (2.01).
Hudson (Danny Glover) threatens Virgil (Nathan Cook).
Virgil (Nathan Cook) tells Hudson (Danny Glover) to just shoot him instead of talking.

Lupara

An armed robber who faces off with Belker after trying to rob a bus in "Rites of Spring, Pt. 1" (1.14) carries a lupara. Another armed robber leads his gang into the sting restaurant to rob it, armed with a lupara, in "Freedom's Last Stand" (2.11).

Rossi Overland Shotgun converted by Ellis Mercantile for The Untouchables
The robber holds his lupara on Belker and the passengers in "Rites of Spring, Pt. 1".
The robber leaves the restaurant with his lupara in "Freedom's Last Stand". Another robber, the one who shoots Captain Freedom, is seen next to him with an S&W Model 10.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Narcotics Officer Charlie Weeks (Charles Hallahan) draws and fires a Smith & Wesson Model 36, which he identifies to Internal Affairs as his "S&W .38" when he kills one of the drug dealers in "Rites of Spring, Pt.1 " (1.14). An undercover policeman working at the sting restaurant in the second season draws a Model 36 when a gang attempts to rob it. In "Of Mouse and Man" (2.12), LaRue (Kiel Martin) and another cop, referred to as Cal, carry Model 36s while undercover. Det. Goldblume (Joe Spano) draws a Model 36 from an ankle holster while undercover in "Some Like It Hot-Wired" (2.15).

Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
The cop draws his Model 36 when robbers enter the restaurant in "Freedom's Last Stand" (2.11).
LaRue and Washington hold their S&W Model 36 and Colt DS on the drug dealer in "Of Mouse and Man" (2.12).
LaRue and Cal with their S&W Model 36 snubs in "Of Mouse and Man" (2.12).
Goldblume pulls his Model 36 from an ankle holster in "Some Like It Hot-Wired" (2.15).

Walther PPK

Officer Bates (Betty Thomas) is seen placing a pearl-gripped Walther PPK confiscated from a street thug into a box at the beginning of "Jungle Madness, Pt. 2" (1.17). Jesse John Hudson's girlfriend/lawyer Samantha (M.E. Loree) shoots Hudson on the courthouse steps in "The Second Oldest Profession" (2.04) with an all-black PPK.

Walther PPK in 9x17mm Auto (.380 ACP)
Bates places the PPK in the box.
Samantha fires her PPK.
Samantha's PPK runs empty.

"Cyclops II grenade launcher"

During the standoff outside Mr. Popovich's house in "The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue" (2.03), Lt. Hunter (James B. Sikking) mentions the EATers' new "Cyclops urban warfare grenade launcher".

An EATers stands behind Hunter with the "Cyclops II".
An EATer behind Hunter prepares to aim the "Cyclops II".

unidentified revolver

During the gangland weapons sweep after Pam Gilliam's murder in "Of Mouse and Man" (2.12), Hunter picks up a small revolver from the weapons bin, calling it the "Walther PPK of the Methadone circuit" and saying "These people have about as much appreciation for small arms weaponry as a Marseilles pimp" as he tosses it back into the bin.

Hunter looks distatefully at the cheap revolver.

Star Model B

While searching for the ".45 automatic" that killed Pam Gillian in "Of Mouse and Man" (2.12), Hunter searches the trunk of a suspect and finds what Balentine, one of his EATers, describes as "three forty-fives, sir... automatic." Hunter then picks up one of the weapons, in actuality a 9 mm Star Model B, and tells him to get the weapons to the ballistics lab.

Star Model B - 9 mm.
Hunter looks at a Star Model B confiscated from a suspect.

Colt Junior

A prostitute named Sally (Talia Balsam) draws a Colt Junior on Goldblume when he identifies himself as a policeman in "Some Like It Hot-Wired" (2.15).

Colt Junior with magazine removed - .25 ACP
Sally wounds Goldblume with her pistol in "Some Like It Hot-Wired" (2.15).

Colt Official Police

After Bobby Hill's potentially game-saving shot at the Police vs. Gang basketball game in "Personal Foul" (2.16), a gang member with a nickel Colt Official Police fires a shot at the ball, knocking it off the hoop.

Colt Official Police - 4" Barrel
The gang member shows his friend the nickel Colt Official Police he smuggled in.
The gang member aims at the basketball and fires.

Smith & Wesson Model 276 Gas Gun

A salesman (Barry Pearl) in "Shooter" (2.17) is seen showing off a Smith & Wesson Model 276 Gas Gun, referring to it as the "37 mm Armaco bunker buster" with a "weight less than 8 kilos". Lt. Hunter (James B. Sikking) holds it himself but Furillo tells him the cost of two gas guns would cover bulletproof vests for the whole precinct.

Smith & Wesson Model 276 Gas Gun - 37mm
An S&W Model 276 Gas Gun is among the weapons being displayed to the officers in "Shooter" (2.17).
The salesman's female assistant picks up the "Armaco".
Furillo watches Hunter test the "bunker buster".
A display in "Shooter" (2.17) shows: 1st row: Remington Model 31. 2nd row: Remington Model 870, bolt-action rifle. 3rd row: S&W Model 629, S&W Model 276 gas gun. 4th row: S&W Model 66 Snub, S&W 59, two Browning Hi-Powers.

Heckler & Koch 93

A Heckler & Koch 93 is seen unloaded with its stock extended on the table during the "Armaco bunker buster" demonstration in "Shooter" (2.17).

An S&W Model 276 Gas Gun is among the weapons being displayed to the officers, with an HK93 further back on the table, in "Shooter" (2.17).

Heckler & Koch P7 PSP

A female salesman (Susan Krebs) in "Shooter" (2.17) shows Furillo (Daniel J. Travanti) a Heckler & Koch P7 PSP that she believes to be the "standard issue of the future". He tests it out for himself, reloading it. She incorrectly identifies it as a "German-made... .380 auto" with an "8-shot magazine, one in the chamber", in reality its a 9mm P7 PSP pistol.

The saleswoman in "Shooter" (2.17) hands Furillo the P7 PSP.
Furillo pulls back the slide of the P7 PSP.
The P7 PSP in Furillo's hand.

SIG-Sauer P220

A SIG-Sauer P220 is briefly visible on the wall during the weaponry display in the precinct basement in "Shooter" (2.17).

SIG-Sauer P220 1st Generation "American" model - .45 ACP
A black P220 is visible next to the poster on the wall on the right of Furillo.

Remington Model 31

A Remington Model 31 is seen at the top of a wall display in "Shooter" (2.17).

Remington Model 31
A display in "Shooter" (2.17) shows: 1st row: Remington Model 31. 2nd row: Remington Model 870, bolt-action rifle. 3rd row: S&W Model 629, S&W Model 276 gas gun. 4th row: S&W Model 66 Snub, S&W 59, two Browning Hi-Powers.

Smith & Wesson Model 629

A Smith & Wesson Model 629 is seen at the left side of the third row of a wall display in "Shooter" (2.17).

Smith & Wesson Model 629 with Hogue Grips - .44 magnum.
A display in "Shooter" (2.17) shows: 1st row: Remington Model 31. 2nd row: Remington Model 870, bolt-action rifle. 3rd row: S&W Model 629, S&W Model 276 gas gun. 4th row: S&W Model 66 Snub, S&W 59, two Browning Hi-Powers.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub Nose

A Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub Nose is seen at the left side of the bottom row of a wall display in "Shooter" (2.17).

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub with 2" barrel - .357 Magnum
A display in "Shooter" (2.17) shows: 1st row: Remington Model 31. 2nd row: Remington Model 870, bolt-action rifle. 3rd row: S&W Model 629, S&W Model 276 gas gun. 4th row: S&W Model 66 Snub, S&W 59, two Browning Hi-Powers.

Smith & Wesson Model 59

A nickel plated Smith & Wesson 59 is seen on the bottom row of a wall display in "Shooter" (2.17).

Smith & Wesson 59, nickel plated - 9x19mm
A display in "Shooter" (2.17) shows: 1st row: Remington Model 31. 2nd row: Remington Model 870, bolt-action rifle. 3rd row: S&W Model 629, S&W Model 276 gas gun. 4th row: S&W Model 66 Snub, S&W 59, two Browning Hi-Powers.

Browning Hi-Power

Two Browning Hi-Powers are seen on the right side of the bottom row of a wall display in "Shooter" (2.17).

FN Browning Hi-Power Nickel plated - 9mm.
A display in "Shooter" (2.17) shows: 1st row: Remington Model 31. 2nd row: Remington Model 870, bolt-action rifle. 3rd row: S&W Model 629, S&W Model 276 gas gun. 4th row: S&W Model 66 Snub, S&W 59, two Browning Hi-Powers.

Colt Trooper Mk III

After the shooting of Officers Jack Halloran and Wallis Tubbs in "Shooter" (2.17), Bobby Hill (Michael Warren) finds a .357 (the caliber used to kill Halloran and wound Tubbs) in the trash near the murder site with "one unfired round in it". He identifies it as a Colt Python (as does Goldblume later) but, due to the lack of barrel ribbing, it appears to be a nickel Colt Trooper Mk III.

It turns out that the revolver (#199436) had been in the property of the police property department after a liquor store robbery but Officer Wallins (Ben Slack) of the property department, who had described it as a "$600 piece", sold the Trooper to his brother-in-law Jaworski (J.J. Barry) for $200. Jaworski, in turn, was later robbed of his weaponry including a Webley Mk IV and Uzi (both unseen but mentioned).

The Uzi (which Jaworski's cousin obtained illegally for him in Miami), reminaing unseen, becomes a plot point in the episode as Washington and Goldblume use it to trace the stolen weaponry to a black market gun salesman Bardo (Adam North). Furillo describes the Uzi as an "Uzi 9 mm semi-automatic rifle... serial number 932846B". By tracing the illegal sales of the Uzi, the detectives are able to successfully find the murderer.

Nickel Colt Trooper Mk III .357 Magnum with 6" barrel
Hill shows Furillo the .357 in "Shooter" (2.17).
Furillo hands the Colt to Goldblume.

Heckler & Koch HK4

Joyce Davenport (Veronica Hamel) begins carrying a Heckler & Koch HK4 in her purse after the murder of her friend Pam Gilliam, which Furillo (Daniel J. Travanti) discovers in "Shooter" (2.17).

Heckler & Koch HK4
Furillo holds Joyce's HK4 in "Shooter" (2.17).
Joyce's HK4 sits next to a picture of her and Frank as the two go to sleep.


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