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Torchwood is a television spinoff of the popular Doctor Who series produced by the BBC. Following the adventures of Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) and his team. Based in Cardiff they are a part of Torchwood, a secret agency set up by Queen Victoria in the Doctor Who Episode "Tooth and Claw". Their primary mission is to monitor a spacial rift in and around Cardiff, fighting supernatural monsters and aliens in order to protect mankind.
The following weapons were used in the television series Torchwood:
Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3
The standard sidearm of the Torchwood agents is an airsoft TM Hi-Capa 4.3, this was used due to the strict firearms controls in the UK and because of reduced insurance cost during filming. Most agents HiCapas also include an underbarrel accessory, which is actually a storage device for a natural gas canister which feeds gas into the barrel to create a muzzle flash. Interestingly only three agents can be seen firing at one time, this is apparently because only three props were made for such a purpose. Presumably this was done as only three would most likely be needed in the early part of the show.
The personal sidearm of Johnson (Liz May Brice) is an airsoft replica of the Walther P99. In the Miracle Day episode "The Gathering", Jack threatens an operative spying on Gwen's home with what appears to also be a P99.
Gwen is also be seen using a SIG-Sauer P226 during firearms training in Ghost Machine. A two-toned version is used by Gwen in The New World while defending her house during the helicopter attack. A regular P226 is also seen in the hands of a British government operative who aids in the groups capture in The New World. Gwen later uses the same pistol in the Miracle Day finale, The Blood Line.
Seen in the hands of one of the perpetrators in the Season 2 episode Meat. Also used as a stand in for the M9 by various US military personnel throughout the fourth series Miracle Day. In The Categories of Life, Sgt Ralph Coltrane (Fred Koehler) is disarmed of his Beretta by camp administrator Colin Maloney (Marc Vann), who uses it to shoot Dr Vera Juarez. In The Middle Men, Sgt Coltrane uses his Beretta to fatally shoot Maloney. In Miracle Day Episode 10, the Beretta is also seen in the holsters of Argentinian Army soldiers in Buenos Aires.
Beretta 92FS Inox
In Ghost Machine, Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles) can be seen gun training with a Beretta 92FS Inox. Jack Harkness is seen unloading it when Gwen walks in. Another Inox is briefly seen in Gwen and Rhys' gun cabinet in The New World.
FN Model 1910/1922
An alien Blowfish uses a stainless FN Model 1910 to take a family hostage in the Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang. He is killed by the recently returned Jack Harkness before he can use it.
One of the handguns utilized by the perps in Meat is, what appears to be, a Glock 17. In the episode Immortal Sins, one of Olivia Colasanto's henchmen briefly draws one during the confrontation with Gwen and Jack. The Glock also appears to be the standard issue sidearm for the majority of CIA operatives during Season 4 "Miracle Day".
Rex and his CIA colleagues can be seen using Glock 19 during Miracle Day.
Remington 1866 Derringer
Ruger Mk III
In the Miracle Day episode "The Middle Men", Zheng Yibao (Eric Steinberg) , an investigator hired by Phicorp uses a Ruger Mk III with an integral supressor to shoot the padlock off a fence at the Shanghai Blessing Site.
Heckler & Koch USP
Seen wielded by Professor Aaron Copley (Alan Dale) in the Season 2 episode Reset. In The New World CIA Agent Rex Matheson (Mekhi Phifer) receives one when he arrives in the UK and draws while outside Gwen's home. In the episode Immortal Sins, another of Olivia Colasanto's henchmen also draws a USP. It is later seen in the hands of Esther Drummond (Alexa Havins) when the two henchmen surrender their weapons.
A soldier can be seen with a Flintlock Pistol during the Cardiff 1812 flashback in Greeks Bearing Gifts.
Civil Servant John Frobisher uses a Browning Hi-Power to kill his family and eventually himself in "Children of Earth - Day Five".
Webley Mk. IV
Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) primary weapon in Torchwood is an Webley Mk IV in .38, Presumably chosen to fit in with the characters World War II Royal Air Force fashion sense, however this is unconfirmed. Captain John Hart (James Marsters) briefly uses it in "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang".
Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3
The Torchwood operatives torturing Captain Harkness in Fragments utilize a Smith & Wesson New Model No.3 to find out if the rumours about him being incapable of dying are true.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Gwen is also seen using a Smith & Wesson Model 36 in Ghost Machine.
Smith & Wesson Model 686
Jack is briefly seen with a Smith & Wesson Model 686 when gun training with Gwen in Ghost Machine.
Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW
A pair of H&K MP5K-PDWs are used by Captain John Hart (James Marsters) during the Season 2 finale Exit Wounds. The folding stocks have been removed, however the PDW backplate is still present, as noted by the hinge that the stocks would normally attach to. Also present are the lugged barrels of the PDW variant, onto which the standard H&K flash-hiders have been attached.
FN P90 submachine guns fitted with sound suppressors can be seen in Torchwood Three's armory.
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III*
British soldiers can be seen with Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* rifles during Jack flashback to Lahore, 1909 in Small Worlds.
Heckler & Koch G36C
The Heckler & Koch G36C is seen in the hands of various individuals, including UNIT soldiers, British Army soldiers in Children of Earth, armed response officers with South Wales Police and enemy assailants in Miracle Day.
Heckler & Koch G36KV
L85A2 rifles fitted with SUSAT scopes can be seen in Torchwood Three's armory. They are also seen being used by British Army soldiers at the Cowbridge Overflow Camp throughout Miracle Day.
CQB-R / Mk. 18 Mod 0
Soldiers guarding the nuclear stockpile in "Sleeper" are armed with CQB-R / Mk. 18 Mod 0 rifles fitted with EOtech sights, foregrips, and tactical flashlights. The leader alien sleeper agent (Doug Rollins) briefly uses one to kill some of the soldiers.
In the Children of Earth mini series, soldiers under Agent Johnson's command carry M4A1 carbines fitted with EOtech sights, RIS rails, and Surefire flashlights. In "The New World", an assassin in the CIA archives uses one fitted with SIRS handguards, an M68 Aimpoint scope, and a suppressor, which is later commandeered by Captain Jack. Both Jack and Rex use it during the helicopter attack. US National Guard soldiers in Miracle Day also carry M4A1's, seen at the San Pedro Overflow camp in The Categories of Life.
In Countrycide, a Remington 870 Shotgun fitted with wooden furniture, an extended magazine tube, rifled sights, and a shell holder is used by Kieran (Calum Callaghan) before he is taken by the cannibalistic villagers. Jack later uses the it when rescuing his team mates from the cannibals.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
A hammerless 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun is used by one of the cannibals named Helen Sherman (Maxine Evans) in Countrycide. In Greeks Bearing Gifts, a man planning to murder his family uses one, but is knocked out by Toshiko Sato (Naoko Mori) before he can use it.
Remington 870 Folder
A Remington 870 Folder is briefly seen in a gun locker when Rhys retrieves his Mossberg in "The New World".
Sawed-off Double Barrel Shotgun
In Escape to L.A., Rex's father pulls a 12 Gauge Sawed Off Shotgun on Rex before he takes it and holds it on him.
In "The New World", Gwen uses a M136 AT4 to shoot down a helicopter.
A man in the helicopter is seen firing an RPG-7 at Gwen, Rhys, and Rex in "The New World".