Star Trek: The Next Generation
Star Trek: The Next Generation was the television series sequel to the original Star Trek. The sequel series, which aired in syndication for 7 seasons from 1987-1994, featured the crew of a new starship Enterprise in the 24th century. Most of the firearms seen in the series were used in holographic simulations on the 'Holodeck' or when the characters were involved in time travel.
The following weapons were used in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation:
Colt Single Action Army
In Season 5's "Time's Arrow, Part I" (S05E24), an archaeologist shows Captain Picard and Commander Data a 19th-century revolver in a cave beneath San Francisco. Data describes the weapon as a ".45-caliber double action Cavalry pistol, invented by Colt Firearms in 1873." In fact, the weapon is a Colt Single Action Army, and Colt firearms did not make a double-action pistol in 1873. In the second part of that episode, Season 6's "Time's Arrow, Part II" (S06E01), the weapon is held by Samuel Clemens (Jerry Hardin) when he confronts the Enterprise crew in the cave, revealing how it came to be there. In Season 6's "A Fistful of Datas", the same pistol is used by several characters during a malfunctioning holodeck simulation of the Old West, including Lt. Worf (Michael Dorn), Counselor Troi (Marina Sirtis) and Commander Data (Brent Spiner).
In Season 1's "The Big Goodbye", holographic henchman Felix Leech (Harvey Jason) pulls a stainless Walther PP with pearl grips during one of Captain Picard's Dixon Hill simulations. Due to a computer malfunction, the holodeck's safeguards are deactivated and Leech shoots and critically wounds a crewman, on the orders of his holographic boss, Cyrus Redblock (Lawrence Tierney).
In the episode "The Big Goodbye", one of Cyrus Redblock's henchmen can be seen armed with an M1911A1, holding it on the protagonists. After Cyrus is defeated, Data takes the weapon from him and uses his superhuman strength to pinch the muzzle shut, rendering the pistol useless.
Double Barreled Shotgun
Brown Bess Flintlock Musket
In Season 2's "Hide And Q", the ape-soldiers created by Q (John de Lancie) carry Brown Bess Flintlock Muskets that fire explosive energy bolts instead of bullets. The weapons are also fitted with bayonets, which are used on the protagonists when the soldiers overwhelm them.
Winchester Model 1873
Winchester Model 1894
In Season 2's "Manhunt", Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) is playing one of his Dixon Hill mystery simulations when a simulated gangster (Robert Costanzo) bursts into his office brandishing a M1928 Thompson, the startled Picard ducks and yells for the computer to freeze the simulation before the gunman can open fire, even though he wouldn't have been harmed due to the holodeck's safeguards.