JAG - Season 1

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JAG - Season 1 (1995-1996)

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


Contents


[edit] Handguns

[edit] Beretta 92FS

While in reality the Beretta M9 is the standard issue sidearm for US military, the Beretta 92FS is the weapon seen used in the series by the US military personnel. The Beretta's first appearance on the show was in "Desert Son" (S1E04) when it was used by USMC First Lieutenant Jay Williams (Neal McDonough) in the climax of the episode. The handgun is also seen used by Lieutenant (later Lieutenant Commander) Harmon "Harm" Rabb, Jr. (David James Elliott), Lieutenant Junior Grade Meg Austin (Tracey Needham) and Commander Alison Krennick (Andrea Thompson).

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
LCDR Harmon "Harm" Rabb, Jr. (David James Elliott) with the Beretta 92FS in "Déjà Vu" (S1E05).
Marine 1stLt Jay Williams (Neal McDonough) pulls his Beretta 92FS in "Desert Son" (S1E04). This episode marked the first appearance of the Beretta on the show.
LCDR Harmon "Harm" Rabb, Jr. (David James Elliott) with the Beretta 92FS in "Ares" (S1E21).
LTJG Meg Austin (Tracey Needham) uses the Beretta in "War Cries" (S1E07).
In "War Cries" (S1E07), Gunnery Sergeant Granger (John Wesley Shipp) draws his Beretta 92FS on a Shining Path terrorist.
LTJG Meg Austin (Tracey Needham) and CMDR Alison Krennick (Andrea Thompson) with their Berettas in "The Prisoner" (S1E20).

[edit] Browning Hi-Power

A Browning Hi-Power is pulled by an Iraqi officer in "Scimitar" (S1E09). Harm is later seen using a suppressed Browning in the episode.

Browning Hi-Power fitted with suppressor - 9x19mm
A suppressed Browning Hi-Power is pulled by Harm on an Iraqi officer in "Scimitar" (S1E09).

[edit] Grendel P-10

A Grendel P-10 fitted with a suppressor is used by the assassin code-named "Hemlock" (Jack Conley) in "Hemlock"(S1E15).

Grendel P-10 - .380 ACP (9x17mm)
A Grendel P-10 fitted with a suppressor is pulled by "Hemlock" (Jack Conley) in "Hemlock" (S1E15).
A Grendel P-10 fitted with a suppressor is taken from its hiding place by "Hemlock" (Jack Conley) in "Hemlock" (S1E15).
The Grendel about to be used.

[edit] Makarov PM

The Makarov PM is used by several characters in the series. Iraqi Lieutenant Dumai (Natasha Pavlovich) pulls the Makarov in "Scimitar" (S1E09) and Colonel Yang Chee (Aki Aleong) holds a Makarov in "The Prisoner" (S1E20).

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Harm holds the Makarov in "The Prisoner" (S1E20).
Colonel Yang Chee (Aki Aleong) holds a Makarov in "The Prisoner" (S1E20).
Iraqi Lieutenant Dumai (Natasha Pavlovich) pulls the Makarov in "Scimitar" (S1E09).

[edit] Smith & Wesson 5906

A Smith & Wesson 5906 was the sidearm used by the local sheriff's deputies in "Survivors" (S1E18).

Smith & Wesson 5906 - 9x19mm. This is a screen used gun, notably used by Tom Cruise as Vincent in Collateral. Note the late model 5906 pistols have the rounded trigger guard.
Deputy Terence Hodge (Steven Barr) and another deputy draw their Smith & Wesson 5906 handguns in "Survivors" (S1E18).

[edit] Ruger KP89

An assassin opens fire on Rabb's apartment with a stainless and suppressed Ruger KP89 in "Déjà Vu" (S1E05).

Ruger KP89 - 9x19mm. Stainless version of P89 with SS slide and alloy frame.
An assassin reloads a stainless and suppressed Ruger KP89 in "Déjà Vu" (S1E05).

[edit] Smith & Wesson Model 36

A Smith & Wesson Model 36 is seen used to threaten Captain Overton (Cress Williams) in "The Brotherhood" (S1E12). The Marine captain mentions that the gun would blow up in someone's face due to the barrel being full of dirt.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
A Smith & Wesson Model 36 is seen used to threaten Captain Overton (Cress Williams) in "The Brotherhood" (S1E12).
In "The Brotherhood" (S1E12), Tyler Hanson tries to clean the barrel. Captain Overton says that the gun should be unloaded first.

[edit] Walther PPK/S

Sonsiri (Michael Paul Chan), the ambassador of Thailand, is seen with a Walther PPK/S in "Déjà Vu" (S1E05).

Walther PPK/S stainless - 9mm Kurz aka 9x17mm (.380 ACP)
Sonsiri (Michael Paul Chan), the ambassador of Thailand, is seen with a Walther PPK/S in "Déjà Vu" (S1E05).
A view of the Thai ambassador Sonsiri's Walther PPK/S in "Deja Vu" (S1E05).
LCDR Gino Campisano (Tim Lounibos) uses a suppressed PPK/S to threaten CMDR Dennis Brockman in "Ares" (S1E21).

[edit] Shotguns

[edit] Remington 870 Field Shotgun (Sawed Off)

In "Sightings" (S1E11), a Remington 870 Field shotgun with a sawed-off barrel and pistol grip is seen in the hands of J.D. Gold (Wings Hauser) and later is used by Rabb.

Remington 870 Field shotgun with sawed off barrel - 12 gauge
A closeup of the 870 shotgun used by Rabb in "Sightings" (S1E11).
Rabb with the sawed off 870 in "Sightings" (S1E11).

[edit] Remington 870 Police

Sheriff's Deputy Terence Hodge (Steven Barr) and other deputies are armed with the Remington 870 Police shotgun in "Survivors" (S1E18).

Remington 870 Police Magnum - 12 gauge
Sheriff's Deputy Terence Hodge (Steven Barr) is seen taking out a Remington 870 Police shotgun in "Survivors" (S1E18).

[edit] Submachine Guns

[edit] Heckler & Koch MP5A5

The Heckler & Koch MP5A5 is used by a member of the Special Response Team in "Hemlock" (S1E15).

Heckler & Koch MP5A5 with Surefire weaponlight forend - 9x19mm
In "Hemlock" (S1E15), an SRT member opens fire with the MP5A5. Note 4-position selector.

[edit] Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW

The Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW is seen used frequently over the series, most notably by Rabb to rescue Lieutenant Painter in "Defensive Action" (S1E13) and by cartel soldiers in "Sightings" (S1E11). These are MP5K-PDWs due to the 3 lug barrels and folded stock.

MP5K-PDW 9x19mm with extended barrel (with 3 lugs & folding stock
Rabb holds the MP5K-PDW while rescuing LT "Painter" (Tim Quill) in "Defensive Action" (S1E13).
Harm holds the MP5K-PDW in "Sightings" (S1E11).

[edit] MAC-11

The MAC-11 is a frequent submachine gun seen in the series. Rabb and several bodyguards were armed with MAC-11s in "War Cries" (S1E07).

MAC-11 - .380 ACP
Harm uses the MAC-11 in "War Cries" (S1E07).
GySgt Gentry holds a suppressed MAC-11 in "Brig Break" (S1E08).

[edit] SA Vz.61 Skorpion

The SA Vz.61 Skorpion is seen being used by Russian Secret Service in "Hemlock" (S1E15) and by members of The Shining Path in "War Cries" (S1E07).

Skorpion SA Vz 61 .38 ACP
The SA Vz.61 Skorpion is seen being used by Russian Secret Service in "Hemlock" (S1E15).
Carlos (Richard Miro), the Shining Path leader, holds a Skorpion in "War Cries" (S1E07).

[edit] Rifles/Carbines

[edit] AK Variants

Kalashnikov and Norinco Rifles have been seen during the show's ten seasons. In the episodes set in Russia, Chechnya, Cuba, Iraq, China, etc, as well as flashbacks to the Korean War, Vietnam, and the Cold War, many varieties of Kalashnikov rifles have been seen, as well as the Chinese manufactured Norinco rifles. Unlike most movies and television shows JAG was usually pretty accurate about having the right rifle type for the locations.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
A closeup of an Iraqi Guard's AKM in "Scimitar" (S1E09).
Corporal David Anderson (Ron Livingston) holds the AKM in "Scimitar" (S1E09).
Norinco Type 56 (Imported into the U.S. as the Norinco AKS-47 or AKS-47 Sporter) - 7.62x39mm. Rather than having the underfolder 'pig-sticker' Bayonet assembly, this has the standard Bayonet lug underneath the gas block as the AKM and later variants.
Shining Path terrorist opens fire with a Type 56 in "War Cries" (S1E07). Note the hooded front sight indicating this is a Type 56 rather than an AKM.
Chinese guard holds a Type 56 rifle in "The Prisoner" (S1E20).

[edit] Remington Model 7400

A Remington Model 7400 is carried by former Marine Colonel Matt 'Gooch' Anderson (Dan Lauria) in "Survivors" (S1E17). Rabb later is seen clearing the rifle.

Remington 7400 - .308 Winchester
A Remington Model 7400 is carried by former Marine Col. Matt 'Gooch' Anderson (Dan Lauria) in "Survivors" (S1E17).
Harm clears the rifle in "Survivors" (S1E17).

[edit] XM177E2 'Colt Commando'

A militia leader is seen carrying a XM177E2-style carbine when engaging Marines in "Brig Break" (S1E08). Another XM177 with a M203 grenade launcher is seen carried by SEAL Chief Petty Officer Shipp (Bobby Hosea) in "Black Ops" (S1E17).

XM177E2 Carbine aka Colt Model 629 - 5.56x45mm
A militia leader is seen carrying a Colt XM177 Commando carbine when engaging Marines in "Brig Break" (S1E08). Note this rifle features a Canada-spec A1E1 upper receiver with forward assist and shell deflector with A1-style sights.
Colt Commando (5.56x45mm) with mounted M203 grenade launcher - 40mm
Chief Petty Officer Shipp (Bobby Hosea) is seen carrying a XM177E2-style carbine with a M203 grenade launcher as Rabb accompanies a SEAL team on a mission in "Black Ops" (S1E17)".

[edit] M1 Garand

A Marine honor guard performs a rifle volley with M1 Garand rifles during a funeral in "Black Ops" (S1E18).

M1 Garand - .30-06
A Marine honor guard performs a rifle volley with M1 Garand rifles during a funeral in "Black Ops" (S1E18).

[edit] MGC Replica M16 rifle

A number of characters were seen carrying MGC M16 Replica rifles for scenes where they didn't carry the blank-firing M16 rifles.

The MGC M16 Assault rifle: a non firing metal replica built by the Model Gun Corp of Japan and one of the most used non firing replicas of the M16 in movies and television.
In "Survivors" (S1E18), a young "Digger" is seen holding the MGC Replica with mags taped together "jungle" style.

[edit] M16

Older M16 Rifles are frequently seen in the flashbacks to Vietnam, notably in "High Ground" (S1E16) and "Survivors" (S1E18).

The original M16, the first version, with 20-round magazine, adopted in large numbers by the U.S. Air Force in Vietnam - 5.56x45mm. This has the original 3-prong flash hider. It would later be replaced by the upgraded M16A1.
Chegwidden armed with the rifle in a Vietnam flashback in "High Ground" (S1E16).
A young "Gooch" fires the M16 in a Vietnam flashback in "Survivors" (S1E18). Note the three-prong flash hider.

[edit] M16/SP1 (with A2 handguards)

Various styles of the M16 rifle series appeared in JAG during the show's long run. Both SP1s and M16A1s are seen with A2 hand guards were frequently used to simulate M16A2s. Such guns are not *technically* inaccurate in JAG, as the military has used and still does use some "Frankenstein" M16s. The Air Force being the worst offender, but such mismatched component weapons can be found in service with all branches.

M16 aka SP1 (flat "slab side receiver") with A2 style handguards used to resemble the M16A2 - 5.56x45mm
In "War Cries" (S1E11), Corporal Cortez (Jacob Vargas) carries the M16/SP1 w/ A2 handguards. Note the 'slickside' upper and flat 'slab side' lower receiver. Note also that this shot is reversed.

[edit] M1903 Springfield

In "Deja Vu" (S1E05), a Marine Silent Drill Platoon seen in Washington, D.C. perform their drills with M1903 Springfield rifles with bayonets. Some of this footage is from the 1992 film A Few Good Men.

Springfield M1903 "Parade" rifle - .30-06
In "Deja Vu" (S1E05), a Marine Silent Drill Platoon seen in Washington, D.C. perform their drills with M1903 Springfield rifles with bayonets. Some of this footage is from the 1992 film A Few Good Men.
In "Deja Vu" (S1E05), a Marine Silent Drill Platoon marches down Rabb's street.

[edit] M14

In "Deja Vu" (S1E05), the ceremonial soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery are seen carrying M14 rifles.

M14 - .30-06
In "Deja Vu" (S1E05), the ceremonial soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery are seen carrying M14 rifles.
In "Deja Vu" (S1E05), M14 rifles carried by the ceremonial soldiers.

[edit] Sniper Rifles

[edit] Remington 700PSS

Gunnery Sergeant Crockett (Stephen McHattie) takes aim with an Remington 700PSS (used as a substitute for the M40 Sniper Rifle) in "High Ground" (S1E16). Other Marine snipers also are seen training with the rifle. Rabb later is seen with Crockett's rifle after a scuffle.

Remington 700PSS with Harris bipod - 7.62x51mm
In "High Ground" (S1E16), Gunnery Sergeant Crockett (Stephen McHattie) uses a Remington 700PSS rifle to shoot the sideview mirror of a moving humvee.
Rabb holds Crockett's rifle (covered in ghillie foilage camoflauge) in "High Ground" (S1E16).
GySgt Crockett (Stephen McHattie) loads the rifle in "High Ground" (S1E16).

[edit] Remington 700

A militia member is seen using a Remington 700 rifle when engaging Marines in "Brig Break" (S1E08).

Remington 700 (1970's production)
The militia member on the right is seen using a Remington 700 rifle when engaging Marines in "Brig Break" (S1E08).

[edit] Machine Guns

[edit] Browning M2HB

In "War Cries" (S1E07), a Humvee-mounted Browning M2HB 50 cal is fired by Gunnery Sergeant Granger (John Wesley Shipp).

Browning M2HB - .50 BMG (12.7x99mm NATO)
In "War Cries" (S1E07), Gunnery Sergeant Granger (John Wesley Shipp) fires the M2 Browning from a Humvee.

[edit] DShK (Mocked-up Browning M2)

A Browning M2 mocked up to resemble the DShK heavy machine gun is used by a Serb soldier (Matt Hannon) to shoot at the CAG's F-14 in the pilot episode. It's also seen mounted in vehicles of the Cuban military in "Smoked" (S1E14) and of the Iraqi military in "Scimitar" (S1E09).

A Russian DShKM on Tripod - 12.7x109mm
In the pilot episode, a Browning M2 mocked up as a Russian DShk is seen.
The Serb (Matt Hannon) fires the "DShK". Series creator Donald Bellisario mentioned in the DVD commentary that when the machine gun was fired inside the soundstage, the concussive force shook the dust off the rafters.
The "DShK' is mounted on an Iraqi military vehicle in "Scimitar" (S1E09).

[edit] FN MAG

In "Deja Vu" (S1E05), what appears to be an FN MAG machine gun is fired from a government helicopter in a dream sequence.

FN MAG - 7.62x51mm
In "Deja Vu" (S1E05), what appears to be an FN MAG machine gun is fired from a government helicopter in a dream sequence.

[edit] M60D

An M60D machine gun is seen mounted on a US Navy Sea Stallion in "Defensive Action" (S1E13). Doorgunners are seen manning M60D machine guns during a flashback to Vietnam in "Survivors" (S1E18).

M60D machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
An M60D machine gun is seen mounted on a US Navy Sea Stallion in "Defensive Action" (S1E13).
Doorgunners are seen manning M60D machine guns during a flashback to Vietnam in "Survivors" (S1E18). This scene is stock footage from the 1983 film Uncommon Valor.

[edit] M60

The M60 machine gun is mounted on the UH-1 helicopter in the beginning in "Déjà Vu" (S1E05).

M60 machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
The M60 machine gun is mounted on the UH-1 helicopter in the beginning in "Déjà Vu" (S1E05).

[edit] M230 Chain Gun

In "Scimitar" (S1E09), an AH-64 Apache is seen using its M230 Chain Gun to engage a Hind helicopter. The footage seen in the episode was taken from the film Fire Birds.

M230 Chain Gun - 30mm
In "Scimitar" (S1E09), an AH-64 Apache is seen using its M230 Chain Gun to engage a Hind helicopter. The footage seen in the episode was taken from the film Fire Birds.

[edit] M61 Vulcan

In Season 1, the F-14A Tomcats are armed with the internally-mounted M61 Vulcan cannon. The weapon is seen used notably in "Pilot" (S1E01) and "Defensive Action" (S1E13).

M61 Vulcan - 20mm
Close up of the M61 Vulcan cannon fired from the F-14 Tomcat in "Defensive Action" (S1E13).

[edit] Afanasev A-12.7 Heavy Machine Gun

In Season 1, Mi-24 Hind helicopters appear to have the Afanasev A-12.7 mounted in the nose, notably in "Scimitar" (S1E09) and "Defensive Action" (S1E13). The footage seen in these episodes were taken from the films Rambo III and Red Dawn (1984).

Afanasev A-12.7 12.7x108mm
In "Scimitar" (S1E09), the Hind pursues Harm and the others. This scene is stock footage from Rambo III.
In "Defensive Action" (S1E13), an Mi-24 Hind-A helicopter in the film appear to have the Afanasev A-12.7 mounted in the nose. This scene is stock footage from Red Dawn (1984).

[edit] Other

[edit] SA-7 Grail

A Serb soldier (Matt Hannon) uses a SA-7 Grail to shoot down a C-130 in the pilot episode.

SA-7 Grail - 72mm
A Serb soldier (Matt Hannon) uses a SA-7 Grail to shoot down a C-130 in the pilot episode.

[edit] FIM-92A Stinger

A FIM-92A Stinger was stolen and used in "Brig Break" (S1E08).

FIM-92A Stinger - 70mm
In "Brig Break" (S1E08), a Stinger is found in the trunk of a car trying to leave a Navy base.
In "Brig Break" (S1E08), Gunnery Sergeant Gentry (Lee Tergesen) prepares to fire a Stinger.

[edit] Type 69 RPG

The Type 69 RPG fitted with a PGO-7 scope was used by Shining Path terrorists in "War Cries" (S1E07). Many of the scenes with the RPGs is actually footage taken from the 1994 film Clear and Present Danger.

Type 69 RPG - 40mm
Carlos (Richard Miro), the Shining Path leader, readies the Type 69 RPG in "War Cries" (S1E07).
A Shining Path terrorist raises the launcher in "War Cries" (S1E07).
Using the launcher on the convoy in "War Cries" (S1E07). This particular scene, along with many others featuring the RPGs, is actually footage taken from the 1994 film Clear and Present Danger.

[edit] M33 "Baseball" Hand Grenade

In "Sightings" (S1E11), an M33 "Baseball" grenade is seen being thrown down a shaft. Rabb is seen throwing the grenade back into the shaft. When asked if extraterrestrials are chasing them, Rabb says he doubts that aliens would be throwing M33 Baseball Greandes.

M33 hand grenade
In "Sightings" (S1E11), an M33 "Baseball" grenade is seen being thrown down a shaft.
In "Sightings" (S1E11), an M33 "Baseball" grenade lands next to Rabb.


[edit] See Also

JAG Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5  •  Season 6  •  Season 7  •  Season 8  •  Season 9  •  Season 10
NCIS Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5  •  Season 6  •  Season 7  •  Season 8  •  Season 9  •  Season 10  •  Season 11  •  Season 12  •  Season 13  •  Season 14  •  Season 15  •  Season 16



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