||Robert Banks Stewart
|No. of Episodes
|Detective Sergeant Jim Bergerac
|Detective Inspector Barney Crozier
The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the television series Bergerac:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Smith & Wesson Military & Police
DS Jim Bergerac (John Nettles) holds a Smith & Wesson Military & Police (or maybe a Victory Model) revolver with 4" barrel during the training counter-terrorist operation in the opening scene in "A Message for the Rich" (S02E01). Same looking revolvers are seen in hands of police officers in the final scene of the same episode. A Smith & Wesson M&P revolver with 5" barrel is seen in "Prime Target" (S02E04) as a part of Lionel Carteret's gun collection.
Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 4" barrel - .38 Special
Bergerac aims his revolver at a "terrorist" in "A Message for the Rich". The shape of the frame, the ejector rod and the rounded front sight match M&P or Victory models.
Two police officers hold revolvers in the final scene.
Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 5" Barrel - .38 Special
The Smith & Wesson Military & Police revolver is seen in Carteret's gun collection in "Prime Target".
Colt Trooper Mk III
A Colt Trooper Mk III is the murder weapon in "Prime Target" (S02E04). In the opening scene the revolver is used by Duchesne's henchman Raoul (Stephen Lawrence). Later Duchesne (Constantine Gregory) orders Raoul to hide the revolver in Veronique's house where it is found by police. The revolver, used by Lionel Carteret (Anthony Valentine) in the climactic scene, is also the Colt Trooper, and most likely the same prop, though according to the plot it must be the Smith & Wesson Military & Police that is seen in Carteret's gun collection (see above).
Colt Trooper Mk III with 6" barrel - .357 Magnum
Raoul aims his revolver at Jack Moberley (Andy de la Tour) in the opening scene.
Duchesne accurately takes the murder weapon from his safe and hands it to Raoul.
The revolver on Chazottes' table.
Lionel Carteret breaks in Duchesne's office with the revolver in hand.
Carteret's revolver on the floor.
Duchesne grabs the gun and aims it at police.
Revolvers are seen in hands of police officers in "A Message for the Rich" (S02E01) and "Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie" (S02E03). Mostly this guns are seen very briefly and hardly can be identified.
A police officer in tactical gear carries a revolver in holster during the training counter-terrorist operation in "A Message for the Rich" (S02E01).
A revolver is seen near the "terrorist" in the same scene. This is definitly a Colt
revolver (the cylinder release is seen) but the exact model hardly can be identified.
In the final scene of the same episode DS Jim Bergerac (John Nettles
) holds a snub nose revolver. This gun is seen only in distance.
A police officer holds a revolver in the final scene in "Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie".
Another view of the revolver.
A Walther P38 is seen in Carteret's gun collection in "Prime Target" (S02E04).
Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
The P38 is seen at the top right.
The grip of the P38 is seen.
Two Flintlock Pistols are seen in Carteret's gun collection in "Prime Target" (S02E04). One of them is a Model 1806 New Land Pattern, another is seen only partially and the exact model cannot be identified.
The Model 1806 New Land Pattern flintlock pistol, also known as Tower pistol, is seen in center.
The lock of another flintlock pistol is seen at the foreground.
The pistol at the foreground is a relatively small gun, possibly a kind of pocket pistol.
Percussion Cap Pistol
A Percussion Cap Pistol is seen in Carteret's gun collection in "Prime Target" (S02E04).
A percussion cap pistol is partially seen at the bottom left.
Colt Thuer Derringer
A Colt Thuer Derringer is seen in Carteret's gun collection in "Prime Target" (S02E04).
Colt 3rd Model Derringer - .41 RF
Some more handguns in Carteret's gun collection are seen only partially.
The barrel of some semi-auto pistol is seen at the left.
A very small part of a handgun is seen at the top left.
Takedown M1 Carbine
The hitman Georges Giroux (Denis Lawson) uses a takedown M1 Carbine with sniper scope and sound suppressor in "A Miracle Every Week" (S02E07). This rifle together with the scope and the suppressor looks the same as the gun in 1979 British film Love and Bullets.
The Modern Manufactured version of the M1 Carbine, with standard stock, from Auto-Ordnance (affiliated with Kahr Arms and Thompson Arms) - .30 Carbine
The disassembled rifle in the briefcase. From top to bottom: the sniper scope, the sound suppressor, the receiver with the handguard (note the thread for attaching of the barrel), the barrel, the buttstock and the magazine at the bottom right.
Giroux mounts the sniper scope. The sound suppressor is seen.
A close-up of the trigger and the safety.
Giroux trains with the rifle on a deserted beach.
A general view of the rifle. The magazine is already removed.
Giroux puts the rifle in the fishing rod case.
A close-up of the suppressor.
Giroux aims at his target.
Photos of two MP40
submachine guns and a compact M1911-style
pistol are seen in the criminalistic laboratory in "Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie" (S02E03).
Soldiers of an unnamed African state with assault rifles of unclear model(s) are seen in documentary footage in "Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie" (S02E03).
A soldier carries what appears to be a Heckler & Koch G3
in the same documentary footage.