Miami Vice - Season 1

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The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Miami Vice:

Miami Vice - Season 1' (1984-1985)

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Handguns

SIG-Sauer P220

Det. Sgt. James "Sonny" Crockett (Don Johnson) uses a SIG-Sauer P220 in the pilot episode of the show. Considering that the pilot episode was filmed in the spring of 1984 the model used would most likely have been the European model with the heel-clip magazine release.

SIG-Sauer P220 1st Generation "American" model - .45 ACP
Crockett holds his SIG-Sauer P220 on Tubbs after Tubbs steals his boat. Neither knowing the other is a police officer.
Crockett draws his SIG before entering Leon's (Mykelti Williamson) apartment.
Crockett fires his Colt Model 653 and his SIG-Sauer P220 akimbo at Calderone's men.

Detonics Pocket 9

Used as a back up pistol to Sonny Crockett's SIG-Sauer P220 in the pilot, in which Crockett carries the Detonics Pocket 9 in his rear waistband near the small of his back.

Detonics Pocket 9 - 9mm
Crockett talks to Lt. Rodriguez at the station with his Detonics Pocket 9 tucked in his rear waistband.

Dornaus & Dixon Bren Ten

Sonny Crockett (Don Johnson) uses a Bren Ten in the first season of the show. It was essentially a beefed-up CZ 75 chambered for the original 10mm Norma Auto cartridge which differs slightly in case length from later 10mm rounds. This round was HOT, and consequently damaged the guns. In the '80s this was a new cartridge, but is rarely used in modern day. The company of Dornaus & Dixon was an ill-fated one, and since the producers of the Miami Vice-series would not use discontinued guns, it was replaced with the Smith & Wesson 645 auto pistol.

"The two guns were ordered specifically for the show by Michael Mann's production company. They did not come off the assembly line, but were built by Tom Dornaus personally. Tom did the initial blank conversion, if you want to call it that, but actually these two guns were built from the ground up specifically for firing blanks. He used major components which were not deemed suitable for production guns, but were perfectly adequate for a blank gun. The two guns were Standard Models with the old style rear sight assembly and no trigger stop screw. All external markings were standard Bren Ten. The only difference being that the guns had recoil springs and barrels designed to fire .45 ACP blanks. The barrel does not carry any caliber designation roll mark however. Because the ejection port on a Bren Ten is so large I don't believe that it had to be enlarged to accommodate the elongated .45 ACP blank cases. (Remember that the blank cases are in the shape of a loaded round WITH bullet seated.) Michael Mann requested specifically that the slides be a light color (hard chrome) for enhanced visibility. The hard chrome work was done by a small firm in the Huntington Beach area at that time. Both guns carry a special serial number. One of the guns is in the possession of a major collector in Pennsylvania and the other is owned by one of the show's producers, I believe. They weren't Marksmans or Standard Models with conversion kits. They were two specially built guns". from http://www.bren-ten.com/website/id5.html


Bren Ten (10mm Auto, Miami Vice version)
Crockett checks to see if he has a full mag in "Heart of Darkness".
Great shot of the Bren Ten in "Heart of Darkness".
Crockett fires his Bren Ten at Ludovici Armstrong in "Calderone's Return: The Hit List."
"Maybe you won't even twitch." Crockett aims his Bren Ten on Billie Joe Higgins in "Glades".
Crockett draws his Bren Ten before entering the trailer where Trudy is being held in "Smuggler's Blues".

Detonics Combatmaster

Sonny Crockett (Don Johnson) carries a Detonics Combatmaster as a backup gun, in an ankle holster. In reality the Detonics would have been a substantial handgun to carry in an ankle holster. One of the court officer's uses a Combatmaster during Leon's arraignment in the pilot episode. A drug dealer in "Milk Run" also uses a Combatmaster.

Detonics Combat Master .45 ACP.
A court officer aims a Detonics Combatmaster at Leon during the mock scenario before his arraignment in the pilot episode.
The court officer with her Detonics Combatmaster as the judge tells her that she can put the gun away in the pilot episode. Getting a little carried away aren't we?
Crockett loading up his Detonics Combatmaster in an ankle holster in "Calderone's Demise."
A drug dealer draws a Detonics Combatmaster for a ripoff in "Milk Run".

Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard"

A J-frame Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" revolver, fitted with Pachmayr grips, is carried by Det. Ricardo Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas) throughout the season.

Smith and Wesson Model 38, a Smith & Wesson Model 36 with a bodyguard hammer shroud.
Tubbs' Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" on the bed in his hotel room in the pilot episode.
Tubbs with his Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" drawn as he and Crockett enter Leon's (Mykelti Williamson) apartment.
Tubbs aims his Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" at Jaime in "The Maze".

Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chief's Special"

A J-frame Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chief's Special with the square butt configuration is seen on the bed in Tubbs' hotel room in the pilot episode. Det. Gina Calabrese (Saundra Santiago) also uses this as her sidearm throughout the season, as well as Det. Trudy Joplin (Olivia Brown). An S&W 36 is also used by David Traynor (John Turturro) during the climax of "Rites of Passage".

Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chief's Special" with square butt
Tubbs' Smith & Wesson Model 36 (middle) on the bed in his hotel room in the pilot episode.
Tubbs' fires his Smith & Wesson Model 36 during the climax of the episode "Heart of Darkness".
Det. Gina Calabrese fires her Smith & Wesson Model 36 at Ludovici Armstrong in "The Hit List". She closes her eyes during the first shot, but keeps them open and doesn't flinch during the remaining shots.
Gina aims her S&W 36 at Lupo Ramirez (Burt Young) in "Give a Little, Take a Little".
Trudy armed with her S&W 36 in "Little Prince".
David Traynor (John Turturro) armed with a S&W 36 in "Rites of Passage".

Browning Hi-Power

Det. Stan Switek (Michael Talbott) carries a nickel Browning Hi-Power with target sights as his sidearm throughout the season.

Nickel Browning Hi-Power - 9mm
Switek armed with his Hi-Power in "Golden Triangle".
Switek (left) aiming his Hi-Power in "Made for Each Other".

Smith & Wesson 659

Det. Larry Zito (John Diehl) carries a Smith & Wesson 659 as his sidearm.

Smith & Wesson 659 9mm.
Zito (right) with his Smith & Wesson 659 in "Little Prince".
Zito armed with his Smith & Wesson 659 above Lt. Castillo in "Golden Triangle".
Zito (right) aiming his Smith & Wesson 659 in "Made for Each Other".
Zito fires his Smith & Wesson 659 in "Evan".

Colt Challenger

Trini DeSoto (Martin Ferrero) uses a Colt Challenger with a suppressor to kill Leon (Mykelti Williamson) in the pilot episode. Thanks to Veritas for identifying this one.

Colt Challenger - .22lr
Trini DeSoto, disguised in drag, pulls a Colt Challenger with a suppressor from his purse when he kills Leon.

Dan Wesson Model 15-VH

Trini DeSoto (Martin Ferrero), disguised in drag, uses a stainless Dan Wesson Model 15-VH to attempt to kill Tubbs in the pilot episode, which he subsequently uses to fire at Crockett and other police officers. Martin Ferrero plays a recurring character Izzy Moreno throughout the rest of the series.

Dan Wesson Model 15-VH - .357 Magnum
DeSoto fires his Dan Wesson 15-VH at Crockett's Ferrari Daytona Spyder.

Dan Wesson Model 15

A police officer is seen with his Dan Wesson Model 15 drawn when checking to see if DeSoto is dead, after being shot by Tubbs. The officer's gun has a ribbed barrel.

Dan Wesson Model 15 with ribbed barrel - .357 Magnum
A police officer checks to see if DeSoto is dead with his Dan Wesson Model 15 drawn.
A closeup of the police officer's Dan Wesson Model 15.

Smith & Wesson Model 29

During Leon's arraignment in the pilot episode, one court officer points a blued Smith & Wesson Model 29 at Leon, in the mock scenario to exercise their "right to bear arms". Jerry Carrow (Jimmie Ray Weeks) uses an S&W 29 to kill Vincent DeMarco in "One Eyed Jack".

Blued Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 Magnum.
A court officer points a blued Smith & Wesson Model 29 at Leon.
Jerry Carrow (Jimmie Ray Weeks) sneaks onto Lombard's boat with a Smith & Wesson Model 29 in "One Eyed Jack".
Jerry Carrow kills Vincent DeMarco with his Smith & Wesson.

Another court officer in the pilot episode points a nickel S&W 29 at Leon. In "Calderone's Demise", when they are getting ready to face Calderone, Tubbs asks Crockett for a nickel S&W 29, to which Crockett responds "We're not going after an elephant Tubbs" before handing it to him. Lt. Castillo (Edward James Olmos) carries a nickel S&W 29 during the opening scene in "No Exit". Billie Joe Higgins (Jay Patterson) holds a nickel S&W 29 on Crockett and Tubbs in "Glades".

Nickel Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 Magnum.
Another court officer aims a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 29 at Leon.
The court officer puts up her nickel Smith & Wesson Model 29.
Tubbs is given a holstered Smith & Wesson Model 29 in "Calderone's Demise".
Tubbs looks up at Lt. Castillo, who is holding his Smith & Wesson Model 29, in "No Exit".
Lt. Castillo holding his Smith & Wesson Model 29, in "No Exit".
Billie Joe Higgins (Jay Patterson) holds a Smith & Wesson Model 29 on Crockett and Tubbs in "Glades".

Smith & Wesson Model 19

Jerry (David Patrick Kelly), one of the home invaders, uses a Smith & Wesson Model 19 with a bo-mar rib in "The Home Invaders".

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Jerry holding his Smith & Wesson Model 19 with a Bo-Mar rib.

Detective Tim Duryea (Jay O. Sanders) uses a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub nose in "The Maze".

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Duryea with his holstered nickel Smith & Wesson Model 19 snub in "The Maze".
Duryea with his nickel Smith & Wesson Model 19 snub drawn in "The Maze".

Colt Python

In "The Maze", Lt. Jack Davis (Joe Morton) is seen carrying a Colt Python in his holster, as noted by it's Colt grips. Most of the SRT members in "The Maze" carry either Colt Pythons or Colt Commanders.

Colt Python - .357 Magnum
Lt. Davis talks to Crockett with his holstered Colt Python in "The Maze".

Beretta Cheetah

FBI Agent Artie Rollins (Ed O'Neill) uses Beretta Cheetah during the climax of "Heart of Darkness". Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas) uses a Beretta Cheetah with wood grips in "Calderone's Demise" and "Smuggler's Blues". A Beretta Cheetah is also used by Lile (David Thornton) during the climax of "Rites of Passage". Vanessa uses one to kill Dale Gifford in "The Great McCarthy".

Beretta 84B (earlier version with round trigger guard) .380 ACP
Artie Rollins (Ed O'Neill) holds his Beretta Cheetah on Crockett and Tubbs in the episode "Heart of Darkness".
Artie Rollins fires his Beretta Cheetah.
Tubbs holding his Beretta Cheetah in "Calderone's Demise".
"Get out of my car!" Tubbs fires his Beretta Cheetah at the thug in his car in "Smuggler's Blues".
Lile (David Thornton) fires his Beretta Cheetah at Valerie (Pam Grier) in "Rites of Passage".

Cinco (Tony Plana) uses a nickel Beretta Cheetah when he tries to kill Gina in "Give a Little, Take a Little".

Beretta 85BB nickel finish - .380 ACP.
Cinco (Tony Plana) armed with a Beretta Cheetah to kill Gina in "Give a Little, Take a Little".
Cinco fires a Cheetah at Crockett.

1911A1

A 1911A1 is famously used by Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) to kill a bodyguard in "The Hit List". Joey Bramlette and one of his men use them as their sidearms in "Glades". Jimmy's mechanic Wavey Davey uses one when he and his friend attempt to rip off Crockett and Tubbs for the cocaine in "Smuggler's Blues". One of Calderone's henchmen uses one during the car chase with Crockett and Tubbs during "Calderone's Demise". Costellada's thugs use them in "Made For Each Other".

Colt 1911A1 - .45 ACP
Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) fires his 1911 at the bodyguard in "The Hit List" using the "The Mozambique Drill" - two shots in the chest and one in the head. It would later become a Michael Mann trademark execution.
Better shot of the 1911. He was able to draw the 1911 and fire 3 shots in less than 3 seconds.

Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) also carries a nickel plated 1911 with pearl grips in "The Hit List". Another nickel 1911 with pearl grips is used by Vincent DeMarco (Joe Dallesandro) in "One Eyed Jack". It is likely that the same gun was used in both episodes. Lt. Jones (Ron Vawter) uses one during the climax of "Smuggler's Blues". Raoul Escobar also has one in "The Maze", seen when he threatens Tubbs with it and when he takes Georges' sister hostage. One of the home invaders is seen threatening Mrs Taylor with one during the opening scene of "The Home Invaders". One of the thugs in "Nobody Lives Forever" guns down the bookie with one at the beginning. One of the men who attempts to buy the MAC 10s off of Guzman during the opening of "Evan" fires one at Switek and Zito. Charlie Fusco (John Santucci) attempts to kill Al Lombard with one in "Lombard" before being shot by Crockett.

Nickel-plated Rock Island Armory M1911A1 w/ pearl grips - .45 ACP
The camera pans on a nickle plated 1911 with pearl grips while Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) loads up his sniper rifle in "The Hit List."
Vincent DeMarco (Joe Dallesandro) draws a nickle plated 1911 with pearl grips on Albert Lombard (Dennis Farina) in "One Eyed Jack". Possibly the same 1911 in the "The Hit List".

Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB

A police officer uses a heavy barreled Smith & Wesson Model 10 in "The Hit List". This indicates that it is most likely the standard issue sidearm for the Metro-Dade Police Department.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Heavy-barreled - .38 Spl
A police officer aiming his Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB at Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) during the climax of "The Hit List".
The police officer firing his Smith & Wesson at Ludovici Armstrong.

Colt Commander

Tubbs uses a satin nickel Colt Commander during the climax of the episode "One Eyed Jack". A thug in "The Golden Triangle" also uses a satin nickel Commander when the police stop the drug deal. Several SRT members in "The Maze" also use satin nickel Colt Commanders with wood Series 70 grips.

Colt Combat Commander with Satin Nickel Finish and wood grips - 9mm
Tubbs arms himself with a Colt Commander taken from of one Lombards thugs in "One Eyed Jack". Judging from the muzzle it appears to be chambered in 9mm.
Tubbs holds a Colt Commander on Albert Lombard (Dennis Farina).
A thug fires a Colt Commander at Zito and Castillo in "Golden Triangle".
An SRT member loads up his Colt Commander in "The Maze". Note the wood Series 70 grips. Most of the SRT members either carry Colt Commanders or Colt Pythons in this episode.

Smith & Wesson Model 15

One of Joey Bramlette's men is seen with a Smith & Wesson Model 15 tucked in his waistband in "Glades". It is identified as a Model 15 by the S&W medallion on the grips and its adjustable rear sights.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 - .38 Spl
One of Bramlette's men has a Smith & Wesson Model 15 tucked in his waistband.

Remington 1866 Derringer

Tubbs, undercover as a Jamaican arms dealer, carries a nickel Remington 1866 Derringer, which he holds on Tony Amato (Bruce Willis) at the end of "No Exit".

Nickel Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 RF
Tubbs holds a Remington 1866 Derringer in his left hand in "No Exit".

Tubbs is also seen using a blued Remington 1866 Derringer in "Smuggler's Blues".

Blued Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 RF
Tubbs aims his Remington 1866 Derringer at the drug lord in "Smuggler's Blues".

Walther PPK/S

A henchman in "Calderone's Demise" holds a Walther PPK/S with white grips on Tubbs. Rita Amato (Katherine Borowitz) also uses a PPK/S to kill her husband (Bruce Willis) at the end of "No Exit". Valerie Gordon (Pam Grier) uses a PPK/S during the climax of "Rites of Passage". John Costellada pulls one during the climax of "Made For Each Other" but is disarmed of it by Noogie. It is likely that the same gun is used in all episodes.

Walther PPK/S - .380 ACP
The henchmen holds his Walther PPK/S on Tubbs in "Calderone's Demise".
Rita Amato (Katherine Borowitz) prepares to kill her husband with a Walther PPK/S in "No Exit".
Valerie Gordon (Pam Grier) fires her Walther PPK/S at Lile (David Thornton) in "Rites of Passage".
Valerie searches for David Traynor (John Turturro) armed with her Walther PPK/S in "Rites of Passage".

Heckler & Koch P9S

Gentle (Al Garrison) uses a Heckler & Koch P9S at the end of "No Exit", which is later taken by Tubbs. Floyd Higgins (John Pankow) uses a P9S at the end of "Glades". A P9S is also used by a thug in "Smuggler's Blues", which he holds on Crockett as he and his partner rip them off. Tubbs takes a P9S from a gang member during the climax of "The Maze", which was used earlier by Elio to shoot Georges.

Heckler & Koch P9S - 9x19mm
Tubbs holds Gentle's Heckler & Koch P9S in his right hand in "No Exit".
Floyd Higgins (John Pankow) fires his Heckler & Koch P9S at Pa Ryan and Tubbs in "Glades".
A thug holds his HK P9S on Crockett in "Smuggler's Blues".
Tubbs holds a HK P9S that he took from a gang member in "The Maze".

Smith & Wesson Model 686

Lt. Castillo uses a 3" Smith & Wesson Model 686 in "Golden Triangle".

Smith & Wesson Model 686 3" - .357 Magnum
Lt. Castillo with his Smith & Wesson Model 686 snub in "Golden Triangle".
Lt. Castillo aiming his Smith & Wesson Model 686 snub in "Golden Triangle".

Star PD

A Star PD is seen in on the table in "The Home Invaders", along with several other weapons. Guzman (Al Israel) also uses a Star PD in "Evan".

Star PD - .45 ACP
A Star PD is seen on the table in "The Home Invaders".
Guzman (Al Israel) aims his Star PD at Evan in "Evan".
Closeup of Guzman's Star PD in "Evan".

High Standard HDM

A High Standard HDM is seen in "The Home Invaders".

High Standard HDM - .22 LR
A High Standard HDM is visible on the left in "The Home Invaders".

Gun Case

Various unknown pistols are seen in the arms dealer's depot in "Evan".

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Smith & Wesson Model 40

Evan (William Russ) holds a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 40 on Crockett in "Evan".

Smith & Wesson Model 40 - .38 Spl
Evan aims his nickel Smith & Wesson Model 40 at Crockett
Evan holding his nickel S&W 40. Note the grip safety.

Smith & Wesson Model 586

Lt. Castillo (Edward James Olmos) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 586 in "Lombard".

Smith & Wesson Model 586 - .357 Magnum
Castillo with his Smith & Wesson Model 586 drawn.

Shotguns

Sawn off double barreled shotgun

Carried by Tubbs in the first season. In the pilot, it is seen fitted with a full stock which is removed in later episodes. It is also used by one of the thugs in "Glades".

Remington Spartan 12 gauge. Not the same shotgun but a close second
Tubbs' Sawn off double barreled shotgun (left) on his hotel bed in the pilot episode. Note on the very left his supply of shotgun shells.
Tubbs fires his Sawn off double barreled shotgun at Calderone's men during the climax of the pilot episode.
Tubbs (middle) aiming his Sawn off double barreled shotgun in "Little Prince".
Billie Joe Higgins (Jay Patterson) holds his sawn off shotgun on Bramlette's daughter in "Glades".

Franchi SPAS-12

Two of Calderone's henchmen are seen holding Franchi SPAS-12s during the climax of the pilot episode before they are held at gunpoint by Crockett and Tubbs. A nickel plated SPAS-12 is used by a hired killer Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) in the episode "The Hit List". Jaime Escobar also uses a nickel plated SPAS-12 in "The Maze". It is likely that the same nickel plated shotgun is used in both episodes.

Franchi SPAS-12 with stock folded and butt-hook removed- .12 ga
Two of Calderone's henchmen hold their SPAS-12s during the climax of the pilot episode.
Calderone's henchmen hold their SPAS-12s as they head towards the boat, just before they are held at gunpoint by Crockett and Tubbs.
Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) fires his SPAS-12 at two drug dealers, while posing as a chauffeur.
Great shot of the Franchi SPAS-12. Note the way he is holding it. According to Jim Zubiena it was painful to fire the Franchi with the stock extended with live ammo, so he opted hold it from the top of the heat shield with his palm down to prevent muzzle climb. He handles the Ruger AC556 the same way in the climax of the episode.
Jaime holding his Franchi SPAS-12 in "The Maze". This is most likely the same model used in "The Hit List", as it also has nickel plated parts.

Mossberg 500

Many Metro-Dade police officers, Vice detectives, and SRT members use Mossberg 500s in "Cool Runnin", "The Hit List", "The Maze" and "Evan", always with wooden furniture. Tubbs briefly takes one from an officer when searching of Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) in "The Hit List". The judge in the pilot episode uses a Mossberg 500 Mariner during the mock scenario at the courthouse before Leon's arraignment.

Mossberg 500 Mariner - 12 gauge
The judge (left) aims a Mossberg 500 Mariner at Leon in the pilot episode.
Mossberg 500AT Shotgun - 12 gauge
Two SRT members armed with Mossberg 500's in "Cool Runnin".
Tubbs, looking very badass, searches for Ludovici Armstrong with a Mossberg 500 in "The Hit List".
Det. Larry Zito (John Diehl) fires his Mossberg 500 at Ludovici Armstrong in "The Hit List".
Several police officers aim their Mossberg 500s in "The Maze".
Switek holding his Mossberg 500 in "Evan".

Remington 870

Several Metro-Dade police officers, Vice detectives, and SRT members use Remington 870s in "Cool Runnin", "Little Prince", "The Maze", and "Lombard".

Remington 870 - 12 gauge
A SRT member holds a Remington 870 in "Cool Runnin".
The officer on the right holding a Remington 870 in "Little Prince". Officer on left with a Mossberg 500.
A SRT member loads up his Remington 870 in "The Maze".
Trudy (left) fires her Remington 870 in "Lombard".

A thug uses sawn off Remington 870 in "Milk Run". Raoul Escobar also uses a sawn off 870 in the beginning of "The Maze".

Sawn off Remington 870 - 12 gauge
A thug aims his sawn off Remington 870 in "Milk Run".
Raoul aims his sawn off Remington 870 in "The Maze".

Remington 1100

Tubbs uses a Remington Model 1100 to shoot at a group of Colombians during the climax of "Glades".

Remington 1100 - 12 gauge
Tubbs holding his Remington 1100.
Tubbs aiming his Remington 1100 at the Colombians.

Browning Auto-5

Two Browning Auto-5 shotguns are seen in "The Home Invaders".

Browning Auto-5 - 12 gauge
Two Browning Auto-5s are seen on the table in "The Home Invaders".

Blunderbuss Flintlock

Used by Clem (Al Cox) in "Glades", referred to as a "Gator-Getter". After it misfires several times, he finally kills a Colombian who was about to kill Crockett. The flared muzzle, though often depicted as allowing the gun to be stuffed full of random junk, was actually to make pouring powder easier; firing random objects would damage the barrel.

Example of a blunderbuss flintlock
Clem tries to fire his Gator Gun, only to have it misfire.
Clem fires his Gator Gun.
Clem firing his Gator Gun.
Clem shooting a Colombian.
Clem holding his Gator Gun after killing the final thug.

Double Barreled Shotgun

12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotguns are used by several of Bramlette's men in "Glades".

Double Barreled Shotgun - 12 gauge
One of Bramlette's men aiming his Double Barreled Shotgun at Crockett and Tubbs.
Two of the locals holding Double Barreled Shotguns.

High Standard Model 10

Xavier uses a High Standard Model 10 in "The Maze". This is a Model 10 "B" version, the "A" had a built in flashlight. This model had a removable one. One of the assassins also uses one in "Lombard".

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Xavier with his High Standard Model 10 in "The Maze".
An assassin holding her High Standard Model 10 in "Lombard".
The assassin fires her High Standard Model 10 at Al Lombard (Dennis Farina) in "Lombard".

Sub-Machine Guns

Interdynamic KG-99

Two of Calderone's henchmen use Interdynamic KG-99s in the pilot episode. Crockett (Don Johnson) and Jimmy (Glenn Frey) also use a KG-99 in "Smuggler's Blues" at different times in the episode.

Interdynamic KG-99 - 9x19mm
Two of Calderone's henchmen aim their Interdynamic KG-99's at Crockett and Tubbs in the pilot episode.
Crockett hands a Interdynamic KG-99 to Jimmy Cole (Glenn Frey) in "Smuggler's Blues".
Jimmy armed with the Interdynamic KG-99, Crockett later uses it at the landing field in "Smuggler's Blues".

MAC-10

Calderone's driver uses a MAC-10 with a muzzle brake in the pilot episode. Ramone (Coati Mundi) also uses a MAC-10 in the beginning of "No Exit". One of Bramlette's men is seen with a MAC-10 in "Glades". Elio Escobar uses a MAC-10 in "The Maze". A MAC-10 is also used by Evan (William Russ) in "Evan", as the episode revolves around the illegal sale of them. Two of Calderone's henchmen use them during the car chase with Crockett and Tubbs in "Calderone's Demise".

MAC-10 - .45 ACP
Calderone's driver holding his MAC-10 in the pilot episode.
Calderone's driver holding his MAC-10 in the pilot episode.
Ramone with a MAC-10 in "No Exit".
One of Bramlette's men holding a MAC-10 in "Glades".
Elio aims his MAC-10 at Georges (Ving Rhames) in "The Maze".
Evan (William Russ) loads up a MAC-10 in "Evan".

Beretta PM12S SMG

The Beretta PM12S submachine gun is featured in the episode "Heart of Darkness" during the climax.

Beretta PM12S 9mm.
A henchmen fires his Beretta PM12S at Crockett and Tubbs in "Heart of Darkness".
The henchmen aims at Crockett and Tubbs in "Heart of Darkness".
Artie Rollins (Ed O'Neill) with a Beretta PM12S in "Heart of Darkness".

Anyone know what gun Crockett's holding in the third pic? It's not the Bren Ten as Kovics' took it off his henchman and gave it to Artie who then tossed it to Crockett. 88.108.248.146 18:54, 4 April 2011 (CDT)

Star Z62 submachine gun

Two of the Jamaicans are armed with the Star Z62 in "Cool Runnin". Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas) arms himself with one after he tasers one of the Jamaicans while hiding in the trunk. This 9mm SMG was used in the past by the Spanish military and police.

Spanish Star Z-62 Submachine Gun
A Jamaican holds a Star Z62 on Noogie (Charlie Barnett).
A Jamaican goes to check out the cash with Crockett.
Tubbs armed with a Star Z62.

Smith & Wesson M76

A Smith & Wesson M76 is used by one of the Jamaicans in the "Cool Runnin". Several SRT members can be seen using them in "The Maze".

Smith & Wesson M76 - 9mm‎
Smith & Wesson M76 with stock extended - 9mm‎
A Jamaican aims his M76 sub machine gun in "Cool Runnin".
Tubbs holding an M76 in "Cool Runnin".
An SRT member loads up his Smith & Wesson M76 in "The Maze".
The SRT member with his S&W M76 in "The Maze".

Heckler & Koch HK94 (Mock MP5)

Crockett and Tubbs load up an Heckler & Koch HK94, among other weapons, before going to meet with Calderone in "Calderone's Demise". Later in the episode, Crockett knocks an HK94 out of a henchman's hand and uses it to kill Calderone. Ramone (Coati Mundi) uses an HK94 in the climax of "No Exit". Tubbs uses an HK94 when he, Crockett, and Jimmy encounter drug dealers as they prepare to leave Colombia in "Smuggler's Blues". Raoul Escobar uses an HK94 to fire at police in "The Maze". All the HK94s in the season are chopped and converted to look like MP5A3s.

Heckler & Koch HK94 - 9mm
The "Fake MP5", the Heckler & Koch HK94 Converted to full auto fire, shortened barrel and added third firing position on trigger pack - 9mm. This version was used in many films during the 1980s and 1990s.
An HK94 is seen lying next to Tubbs in "Calderone's Demise".
Crockett knocks an HK94 out of a henchmen's hands in "Calderone's Demise". Note the lack of a paddle magazine release.
Crockett kills Calderone with an HK94 in "Calderone's Demise".
Ramone (Coati Mundi) armed with HK94 in the climax of "No Exit".
Tubbs holding his HK94 in "Smuggler's Blues".
Raoul aims his HK94 at the police in "The Maze".

IMI Uzi

A Colombian thug uses an IMI Uzi in "Smuggler's Blues".

IMI Uzi - 9x19mm
A Colombian thug fires his IMI Uzi at Crockett in "Smuggler's Blues".

Rifles

Replica XM177 (CAR-15)

Tubbs uses a MGC CAR-15 Replica rifle during the flashback to his brother's death in the pilot episode. The fake forward assist is indicative of an MGC Replica CAR-15 Rifle.

MGC CAR-15 replica rifle
Tubbs runs over to his dying brother with a CAR-15 in the pilot episode.
Tubbs' brother dies in his arms in the pilot episode. The flash hider on his CAR-15 is visible to the left of him.

Colt Model 654

Sonny Crockett (Don Johnson) uses a Colt Model 654 with a 20-round magazine akimbo a SIG-Sauer P220 pistol during the climax of the pilot episode. Several SRT members also use them in "The Maze". It is noted as a Model 654 by its lack of forward assist.

Colt Model 654 - 5.56mm NATO
Crockett aims his SIG-Sauer P220 and his Colt Model 654 at Calderone's men during the climax in the pilot episode.
Crockett aims his Colt Model 654 at Calderone while holding his SIG-Sauer P220 on one of Calderone's henchmen.
Crockett fires his Colt Model 654 and his SIG-Sauer P220 akimbo at Calderone's men.
The SRT member on the right is holding a Colt Model 654 in "The Maze".
The SRT member holds his Colt Model 654 in "The Maze".

Ruger Mini-14/AC556

A Ruger AC556 with a folding stock is carried by an SRT member in "Cool Runnin".

Stainless steel Ruger AC556/GB-F ("Government Barrel, Folding Stock") - 5.56mm
An SRT member on the left with a Ruger AC556 with a folding stock in "Cool Runnin".

Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) uses a Ruger AC556 with a shortened barrel, folding stock, and two magazines jungle-taped together in the climax of "The Hit List" when he attempts to kill Crockett.

Ruger AC556/GB-F ("Government Barrel, Folding Stock") with the stock folded - 5.56mm. This is the same configuration as the rifle used by Ludovici Armstrong in "The Hit List"
Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) fires his Ruger AC556 at Crockett in "The Hit List".
Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) fires his Ruger AC556 at Tubbs hiding behind a couch.
Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) fires his Ruger AC556 in the hallway of Crockett's home. Trying to escape. A little bit trivia about this scene quoted from Jim Zubiena himself. "During the above scene I had a misfortune that could have been reeeeeal bad but as it turned out is just an incident to learn from. The restrictor for the blanks was installed in the flash suppressor instead of in the barrel. The Director wanted to shoot a continuous motion master of the entire scene from first shot to last (going through the window). That entailed firing approx. 60-80 rounds of automatic machine gunning with 2 reloads of 30 round mags after the initial mag. was in place. The camera was set up in front of the window with a large Lexan sheet between myself and the camera operators. During the portion of the scene where I am in the air jumping over Ms. Montgomery in the doorway I was hit with something in my left shoulder near the collarbone which spun me around to the left and knocked me on my..... you know. A bit dazed 'we' asked what that was all about and realized quickly that the suppressor had expanded due to the amount of heat created by the many rounds. It slipped off of the threads and went flying at the Lexan. It proceeded to come back at me with enough force to spin and put me down. At the time I didn't freak about it but later realized it could have been bad if it had hit me just about anywhere in the head. Lesson learned????? ALL barrel plugs are in the BARREL for the rest of time wherever I am."
Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) fires his Ruger AC556 at the police outside.
Ludovici Armstrong fires his Ruger before being shot by police.

An SRT member carries a Ruger AC556 with a full stock in "The Maze".

Stainless Steel Ruger AC556 Carbine with Full Stock - 5.56x45mm
An SRT member searches rooms with his Ruger AC556 with a full stock in "The Maze".

M16A1

Joey Bramlette (Keith Szarabajka) and his men use M16A1s in "Glades". The often switch to regular M16s in continuity error. Several SRT members use M16A1s in "The Maze". Trudy (Olivia Brown) is seen holding an M16A1 when escorting Albert Lombard (Dennis Farina) to the courthouse in "Lombard".

M16A1 with 20 Round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Joey Bramlette (Keith Szarabajka) holding his M16A1.
One of Bramlette's men holding his M16A1 in "Glades".
The SRT member on the left aims his M16A1 in "The Maze".
Trudy holds an M16A1 in "Lombard".

M16

Bramlette (Keith Szarabajka) and one of his men use original, bolt assist-less M16s with M16A1 flash Hiders in "Glades". The M16s switch with the M16A1s because of Continuity errors. Several SRT members in "The Maze" also use M16s.

A M16 with a birdcage flash hider and 20 round magazine.
Gentle (Al Garrison) holding an M16 in "No Exit". Note Bruce Willis playing an arms dealer named Tony Amato sporting some very cool pants.
One of Bramlette's men firing his M16.
Bramlette and one of his men fire their M16s.
The SRT member on the very right loads up his M16 in "The Maze". You can clearly see the lack of a forward assist.
An SRT member in the background loads up his M16, which clearly lacks a forward assist, in "The Maze".

Steyr-Mannlicher Sporter

Used by Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) to snipe at Crockett (Don Johnson) in the episode The Hit List. According to Jim Zubiena on the Miami-Vice.org forum he recalls the rifle being a Steyr. See discussion page for further details.

Steyr-Mannlicher Sporter.
Ludovici Armstrong (Jim Zubiena) aims a Steyr-Mannlicher Sporter at Crockett's boat.
Closeup of Ludovici Armstrong's rifle.

Winchester Model 70

Several SRT members use Winchester Model 70s in "The Hit List" and "The Maze". Cassie Bramlette (Shannon Unger) carries a Winchester in "Glades". Switek (Michael Talbott) also uses a Winchester in the end of "Smuggler's Blues".

Winchester Model 70 - .308 Winchester
An SRT member holds his Winchester Model 70 in "The Hit List".
Bramlette's wife Cassie (Shannon Unger) with a Winchester Model 70 slung over her back in "Glades".
Switek uses a Winchester Model 70 in "Smuggler's Blues".
An SRT member with his Winchester Model 70 in "The Maze".

M1 Garand

Pa Ryan (Michael Sandler) use an M1 Garand in the climax of "Glades."

M1 Garand.jpg
Pa Ryan firing his M1 Garand in "Glades".

Other

M60 machine gun

An M60 machine gun can be seen in the back of a Van in the start of "No Exit". An M60 is also seen in the Maze complex in "The Maze". Stan Switek (Michael Talbott) uses an M60 in "Lombard".

M60.jpg
Ramone (Coati Mundi) climbs into the back of his van in "No Exit".
Ramone fires an M60 at civilians and police (nearly shooting Tubbs, enraging him). He used a MAC-10 before this.
I guess none of the street punks wanted to lug the 23 lb Pig around in "The Maze".
Switek fires his M60 at a truck in "Lombard".

FIM-43 Redeye

A FIM-43 Redeye is used by Gentle (Al Garrison), one of Tony Amato (Bruce Willis)'s gun handlers in "No Exit". It has the sight removed and is dressed up with a fake IFF antenna to replicate a FIM-92A Stinger

FIM-43 Redeye - 70mm
Tubbs, undercover as an arms dealer, is handed an FIM-43 Redeye in "No Exit".
Gentle aims the Redeye in "No Exit".
Gentle fires the Redeye in "No Exit".

Flare Gun

When Tubbs goes to see Crockett in the morning, Crockett, having found out that Tubbs isn't who he said he was, pulls a flare gun on him, demanding that he tell Crockett who he is and threatening to "blow up his intestines like Cape Canaveral".

Crockett holds a flare gun on Tubbs, demanding he tell Crockett who he really is.

Taser weapon

An early Taser weapon can be seen in Cool Runnin used by Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas).

Tubbs holding the Taser.

Trivia

Scene from "The Hit List". Quoted from Jim Zubiena. "The above clip could have ended 'Vice' quickly. The squibs that simulate the bullets hitting the wall where electrically triggered too early...... supposed to wait until Don backed out. As you see, they went off in his face. Don was wearing a very expensive watch, as always, and ..... the squib blew the glass face right off the watch. Glad he reacted quickly to the mishap".
Switek uses Crockett's Bren Ten in "The Hit List", most likely his silver chrome Hi-Power wasn't available and needed a substitute.
One of the SRT members has an accidental discharge in "The Maze".


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