The following weapons were used on the television series Psych:
The Beretta 92FS is used by several characters in the series.
In Season 2's "There's Something About Mira", Mace Rhoden (Roger Haskett) uses a Beretta.
In Season 3's "Gus Walks Into a Bank", Phil Stubbins (Alan Ruck) uses a Beretta during the bank holdup.
In Season 4's "Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark", Garth Longmore's partner (John Hawkes) pulls a Beretta on Shawn.
In Season 5's "Viagra Falls" a Beretta was used to murder a police chief and make it look like suicide.
In Season 5's "We'd Like to Thank the Academy", ASP Red Gun replicas of the Beretta are carried and drawn by both Shawn (James Roday) and Gus (Dulé Hill). (It should be noted the real life Santa Barbara Police Department issues the H&K USP.)
In Season 5's "Yang 3 in 2-D", Henry Spencer (Corbin Bernsen) pulls his Beretta.
In Season 2's "Psy vs. Psy", Lindsay Leikin (Bianca Kajlich) holds Shawn hostage with a Beretta 84BB.
Colt 1860 Army revolver
In Season 1's "Weekend Warriors" (S1E06), Griffin Mahoney (Peter Michael Goetz) is seen showing off a collection of Civil War memorabilia, which includes several revolvers, including a Colt 1860 Army.
Colt Single Action Army
Springfield Armory M1911A1
In Season 4's "Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark", Garth Longmore (Michael Rooker) holds the Springfield Armory M1911A1 on Shawn.
Det. Lassiter is seen taking a Colt Mustang from a bowl of peanuts in Season 3's "Lassie Did a Bad, Bad Thing".
In Season 3's "Truer Lies" (S3E14), Shawn, Gus, and Lyin' Ryan (Jonathan Silverman) are pursued by assassins, one of whom is armed with a Desert Eagle.
The Glock 17 is the sidearm carried by both Detective Carlton Lassiter (Timothy Omundson) and Det. Juliet O'Hara (Maggie Lawson) in the first four seasons. Det. Lassiter is seen wearing his Glock in various shoulder rigs, even having a quick draw dual from his shoulder holster. In Season 4's "Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark", Shawn Spencer (James Roday) is seen firing Lassiter's Glock while hanging on the hood of a car. Detective Lassiter also is seen dual wielding these in the bar in Season 4's "Shawn Gets the Yips". Most recently he has been using an Alessi Bodyguard shoulder rig for his sidearm (when Timothy Omundson broke his arm in real life, he had to use hip holsters as he had a sling). In Season 4's "Mr. Yin Presents", Det. O'Hara is seen pulling her Glock when investigating an abandoned bar. Burton "Gus" Guster (Dulé Hill) then is seen holding her sidearm. In Season 5's "We'd Like To Thank the Academy", Shawn is seen training at the police academy with the Glock and purposely shooting a civilian target, explaining she must be a criminal to have food in a library that doesn't allow snacks.
In Season 4's "You Can't Handle This Episode", Juliet's brother Ewan O'Hara (John Cena) carries a Glock 17L that he is seen using in a gun battle as well as holding it on Lt. Wallach (Sean Rogerson) on the pier.
Beginning in Season 5, Det. Juliet O'Hara carries the Glock 26 pistol.
Heckler & Koch VP70
In Season 2's "Bounty Hunters!" (S2E09), Byrd Tatums (Kevin Sorbo) draws a Heckler & Koch VP70 on Shawn and Gus at the police station after they trick him in a prisoner exchange. Shawn takes one from a bad guy and uses it to hold him at bay in Season 5's "We'd Like to Thank the Academy".
In Season 3's "Lassie Did a Bad, Bad Thing", a suspect kidnaps Shawn and holds him at gun point while at Lassiter's home with a Ruger P89 until Lassiter puts a round in his shoulder with his concealed pistol.
Smith & Wesson Model 15
Smith and Wesson Model 629
In Season 1's "Scary Sherry: Bianca's Toast", a Smith & Wesson Model 629 with rosewood grips and nickel finish is used by Detective Lassiter at the firing range and then used by his temporary partner Detective Goochberg (Mercedes Ruehl) who did not brace for the recoil and it (unrealistically) flies out of her hands and smashes into the wall breaking into several parts.
Smith & Wesson Model 610
Smith & Wesson Model 65
In Season 4's "Thrill Seekers and Hell Raisers", Stu (Bradley Stryker) is found in a trailer with what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 65 next to his body.
Smith & Wesson 3913 "Lady Smith"
In Season 3's "There Might Be Blood", Ashley (Kelly Overton) uses the Smith & Wesson 3913 "Lady Smith" during her shootout with Lassiter, Juliet, Chief Vick (Kirsten Nelson), and Commander Barbara Dunlap (Jane Lynch).
Taurus PT92 (Gold plated)
What appears to be a gold-plated Taurus PT92 with pearl grips is held by a suspect in Season 5's "We'd Like to Thank the Academy". Shawn is later seen holding the handgun. This exact same gun was used by Vinnie Jones in Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball (which had the same armorers as this show).
TiSAS Zigana Sport
In Season 5's premiere "Romeo and Juliet and Juliet" (S5E01), a TiSAS Zigana Sport fitted with standard sights is seen pulled on Shawn.
In the pilot episode, Lucinda (Anne Dudek) uses a Walther P99 at the police shooting range before handing the weapon off to Shawn Spencer (James Roday) who proceeds to fire several shots, each hitting adjacent to the Detective's hits.
A P99 with a silver slide is pulled by Pierre Despereaux (Cary Elwes) in Season 4's "Extradition: British Columbia."
Raylene Wilcroft (Anne Marie DeLuise) uses a Walther in Season 1's "Woman Seeking Dead Husband: Smokers Okay, No Pets".
In Season 4's "You Can't Handle This Episode", Ewan O'Hara (John Cena) carries one of these in his right combat boot. Lassiter then inquires about it and examines the weapon remarking that it is "a sweet gun."
In Season 2's "Bounty Hunters!" (S2E09), Byrd Tatums (Kevin Sorbo) is armed with a sawed-off Ithaca 37 when he boards the boat that Dwayne Tancana (W. Earl Brown) is aboard. In Season 5's "Yin 3 in 2-D", Allison Cowley (Mena Suvari) uses one.
In Season 3's "Lassie Did A Bad, Bad Thing", several SBPD Officers are armed with the Mossberg 500 during the station lockdown.
MGC Replica Remington Model 31
In the pilot episode, a SWAT officer is seen armed with an MGC Replica Remington Model 31 shotgun.
In Season 1's "Forget Me Not", Ranger DeSoto (Gardiner Millar) holds a Remington 870 on Shawn and Gus.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
In Season 3's"The Greatest Adventure in the History of Basic Cable", the men impersonating Spanish authorities is seen armed with the MP5A3.
In Season 3's "Gus Walks Into a Bank", SWAT officers are seen armed with the MP5A3.
In Season 4's "Extradition: British Columbia", a RCMP ERT officer points a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 at Shawn and Gus after their failed sting operation.
In the pilot episode, several SWAT officers are armed with the M16A2 during the raid on the house. Several SBPD Officers are seen holding the M16A2 when the police station goes into lockdown in Season 3's "Lassie Did a Bad, Bad Thing". There is two gun racks full of these in the military armory in Season 4's "You Can't Handle This Episode".
Heckler & Koch G36
The men smuggling weapons out of the military armory shoot at Shawn and Gus with Heckler & Koch G36 rifles with reflex sights in Season 4's "You Can't Handle This Episode".
A Remington 700PSS is held by a SWAT sniper in Season 5's "Ferry Tale".
The Springfield 1861 rifle is used by Civil War re-enactors throughout Season 1's "Weekend Warriors" (S1E06). The rifle also apparently was used to murder Nelson Poe (Yves Cameron). It's also seen being handled by Juliet later in the episode.
In Season 4's "Thrill Seekers & Hell Raisers" (S4E11), Derek (Steve Howey) uses a Winchester Model 70. Also note, in the coroner's office Woody says he was able to tell the shot came from a Winchester 70 rifle. He said he could tell this just by looking at the wound. While it is true that he could have been able to figure out that the wound came from a .30-06, he could not actually have figured out what particular .30-06 shot the victim.
Knight's Armament Revolver Rifle
What appears to be a Knight's Armament Revolver Rifle is used by Nadia (Franka Potente) in Season 5's "One, Maybe Two, Ways Out". This is likely the same rifle used in the film Another Stakeout and on other TV shows filmed in Vancouver, including The Sentinel, Highlander (TV series), Supernatural and The X-Files.
In Season 4's "You Can't Handle This Episode", Shawn is seen picking up an M72 LAW. Ewan O'Hara points out that Shawn is pointing it at his own head.
In Season 3's "The Greatest Adventure in the History of Basic Cable" (S6E04), Henry is seen grabbing his X26 Taser from his bird house when he is convinced there's a perp in his house.
Ryan (Blaine Anderson) uses a tranquilizer dart gun disguised as a camera with a telescopic lens in Season 2's "And Down the Stretch Comes Murder" (S2E05).