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Boardwalk Empire (2010-2014)

The following weapons were used in the television series Boardwalk Empire:

Contents


Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 10 "Military & Police"

The Smith & Wesson Model 10, known during the show's era (the 1920s) as the "Military & Police" Model, is the most commonly seen handgun of the show's early seasons. Gangsters including Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (Michael Zegen), Chicago mob boss Charlie Sheridan (Frank Shattuck), and Sixtus D'Alessio (Eric Schneider) all carry Model 10 revolvers. Al Capone (Stephen Graham) carries a Model 10 in the front of his waistband until he switches to a M1911 in the first season finale and carries it for the rest of the show's run. In the pilot episode, bootlegger Mickey Doyle (Paul Sparks) carries a S&W Model 10, which Nucky (Steve Buscemi) takes from him. Frankie Yale (Joseph Riccobene) also uses a Model 10 during the climax of the pilot episode. Other gangsters, including Arnold Rothstein's bootleggers in the pilot episode and two of Capone's assassins - likely intended to be John Scalise and Albert Anselmi - in "Marriage and Hunting" (4.09) carry S&W .38 revolvers. In "White Horse Pike" (4.10), Charlie "Lucky" Luciano (Vincent Piazza) draws a S&W .38 when investigating a noise outside the Tampa warehouse. One of Weiss's Chicago gunmen, likely Vincent "Schemer" Drucci, carries a S&W Model 10 during the attempted hit on Johnny Torrio in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12).

On the police side, corrupt Atlantic County Sheriff Elias "Eli" Thompson (Shea Whigham) and his deputies carry holstered Model 10 revolvers. Prohibition agents Eric Sebso (Erik Weiner) and Stan Sawicki (Joseph Aniska) carry them in shoulder holsters, as well. In "Under God's Power She Flourishes" (2.11), lawyer Bill Fallon (David Aaron Baker) confronts Van Alden with Sebso's Model 10. The U.S. Capitol Police detectives who confront Gaston Means in "Havre de Grace" (4.11) carry S&W Model 10 revolvers.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver - .38 Special
One of Rothstein's drivers holds a Model 10 in the pilot episode.
Frankie Yale (Joseph Riccobene) shoots "Big Jim" Colosimo with a Model 10 in the pilot episode.
Sheriff Thompson fires his S&W in "Broadway Limited" (1.03).
Capone draws his S&W in "Anastasia" (1.04).
Sheridan aims his S&W .38 in "Family Limitation" (1.06)
Agent Sebso aims his S&W .38 in "Belle Femme" (1.09)
Sixtus D'Alessio (Eric Schneider) aims his S&W .38 in "Belle Femme" (1.09)
Sebso's holstered S&W revolver in "Paris Green" (1.11)
An S&W .38 is fired in "A Return to Normalcy" (1.12)
Agent Sawicki during a raid in "21" (2.01)
Nucky's lawyer Bill Fallon (David Aaron Baker) confronts Van Alden with Agent Sebso's S&W in "Under God's Power She Flourishes" (2.11)
A young "Bugsy" Siegel aims a Model 10 in "Bone for Tuna" (3.03)
Led by Frankie Yale, Capone's gunmen take out Dion O'Banion in "Marriage and Hunting" (4.09)
One of Weiss's gangsters, probably "Schemer" Drucci, carries a S&W Model 10 during a hit in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12)

Smith & Wesson .44 Double Action

Davey Murdoch (Billy Smith) is told to drop his Smith & Wesson .44 Double Action by Jimmy and Capone in the pilot episode.

Smith & Wesson .44 Double Action - .44 Russian
Murdoch holds his Smith & Wesson in the pilot episode.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB

Agent Nelson Van Alden (Michael Shannon) fires a Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB (anachronistic for the 1920s era) at the firing range with the other Prohibition agents in training during the pilot episode.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB (heavy barrel) revolver (Post 1950s Model) - .38 Special
Van Alden fires his Smith & Wesson, notice the absence of the cylinder counter-bore.

Smith & Wesson .32 Hand Ejector

"Lucky" Luciano (Vincent Piazza) carries a Smith & Wesson .32 Hand Ejector Third Model, notably seen in "Belle Femme" (1.09) when Gillian Darmody (Gretchen Mol) takes it away from him. Jess Smith (Daniel Cox), the timid and vulnerable assistant to the Attorney General, carries a .32 Hand Ejector in "A Man, a Plan..." (3.10). Some of Gyp's men also appear to carry .32 Hand Ejectors in the third season. As we see in "Marriage and Hunting" (4.09), it also appears to be the preferred sidearm of Chicago North Side crime boss Dean "Dion" O'Banion (Arron Shiver).

S&W .32 Hand Ejector Third Model
Gillian holds Luciano's S&W in "Belle Femme" (1.09). Based on the size in her small hands, it appears to be a .32-caliber rather than the larger .38-caliber model.
Jess Smith holds his .32 Hand Ejector in "A Man, a Plan..." (3.10)
Gyp's gangsters aim their guns at Chalky in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
O'Banion pulls his S&W .32 in "Marriage and Hunting" (4.09)
O'Banion threatens Van Alden in "Marriage and Hunting" (4.09)

Smith & Wesson Model 2 Double Action

Owen Sleater (Charlie Cox), the ex-IRA soldier working for Nucky, carries a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 2 Double Action as his primary weapon.

Smith & Wesson Model 2 Double Action - .38 S&W
Harrow and Sleater face off in "A Dangerous Maid" (2.03)
Owen holds his S&W on Harrow.
Owen's S&W dangles from his hand in "Spaghetti & Coffee" (3.02)
Owen holds his S&W on Rowland Smith in "Blue Bell Boy" (3.04)
Owen and Rowland in "Blue Bell Boy" (3.04)

Smith & Wesson M1917

Lucky Luciano (Vincent Piazza) has upgraded his .32 S&W Hand Ejector to a .45-caliber Smith & Wesson M1917 by 1921 as seen in "The Age of Reason" (2.06). Vito Scalersio, the assassin sent by Capone to Atlantic City, uses an M1917 in "Peg of Old" (2.07). Gyp Rosetti (Bobby Cannavale) carries an M1917 throughout the third season. Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) also keeps one with his other guns, using it to great effect in "Margate Sands" (3.12). Eli (Shea Whigham) appears to also carry one in a shoulder holster in "Margate Sands" (3.12).

Smith & Wesson M1917 Revolver (Military issue with lanyard ring) - .45 ACP.
Luciano and Lansky with their handguns in "The Age of Reason" (2.06), with Lansky exercising good trigger discipline in b.g.
Luciano aims his S&W M1917. Again, Lansky's trigger discipline is better.
Scalersio fires his M1917 in "Peg of Old" (2.07)
Scalersio approaches his target...
Gyp Rosetti aims his M1917 in "Spaghetti & Coffee" (3.02)
Richard pulls out his Smith & Wesson M1917 and his Webley Mk VI in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Richard lays out all of his guns, including a Smith & Wesson M1917, Colt 1903, Savage 1907, Remington Model 51, Webley Mk VI, and sawed-off Browning Auto-5 in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Gyp takes cover with his M1917 in "Margate Sands" (3.12)
Richard draws the M1917 from his waistband in "Margate Sands" (3.12)

Smith & Wesson Victory Model

Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) uses a Smith & Wesson Victory Model throughout "To the Lost" (2.12), carried in his waistband. It is differentiated from a standard Model 10 by the grips, finish, and lanyard ring. As the Victory Model was developed for World War II, its appearance in an episode set in the summer of 1921 is an anachronism.

Smith & Wesson Victory Model - a modified and parkerized version of the .38 Special revolver, the Smith & Wesson Model 10 - the "Victory Model" is chambered in .38 S&W
Harrow holds his Smith & Wesson in "To the Lost" (2.12)

Smith & Wesson Second Model Russian

Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) carries a Smith & Wesson Second Model Russian in "Bone for Tuna" (3.03), carried in a shoulder holster under his left arm. This particular revolver is never seen again, so it is unclear if this is one of the many unmentioned weapons in Harrow's arsenal or if it is a continuity error, replacing his more commonly seen break-top Webley.

Smith & Wesson New Model (wrong handgun) - .44 S&W Russian
Harrow aims his S&W Second Model Russian in "Bone for Tuna" (3.03)
Mickey appropriately cowers at gunpoint in "Bone for Tuna" (3.03)

Webley Mk VI

Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) mentions a "Webley .455" as one of his handguns, finally drawing a Webley Mk VI during a showdown with Sleater in "A Dangerous Maid" (2.03). He also uses it during the whorehouse gunfight in "Margate Sands" (3.12), carried in a shoulder holster under his left arm when not in use.

Webley Mk VI - .455 Webley
Harrow and Sleater face off in "A Dangerous Maid" (2.03)
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Richard pulls out his Smith & Wesson M1917 and his Webley Mk VI in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Richard lays out all of his guns, including a Smith & Wesson M1917, Colt 1903, Savage 1907, Remington Model 51, Webley Mk VI, and sawed-off Browning Auto-5 in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Richard aims his Webley .455 revolver in "Margate Sands" (3.12)

Colt Official Police

One of Gyp's men "Mexican carries" an anachronistic Colt Official Police in his waistband in "Two Imposters" (3.11). One of Chalky's men appears to carry a similar Official Police in the same scene. This scene is set in May 1923, but the Official Police wasn't introduced until 1927.

Colt Official Police - 4" Barrel - .38 Special
The anachronistic Official Police in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Chalky's men aim at Gyp's gangsters in "Two Imposters" (3.11)

Colt Police Positive

Blued

Manny Horvitz (William Forsythe), the Odessa-born Jewish gangster from Philadelphia, carries a blued Colt Police Positive as his main sidearm. One of Nucky's men also carries a blued Police Positive in "Blue Bell Boy" (3.04). Eli (Shea Whigham) digs one out of his garage and hands it to Nucky (Steve Buscemi) in "Sunday Best" (3.07). This is presumably the same revolver that Owen (Charlie Cox) gave Eli in "Spaghetti & Coffee" (3.02). Bureau of Investigation agent Harold Selby (Jacob A. Ware) takes away Eli's Police Positive in "The Old Ship of Zion" (4.08) and hands it to agent Jim Tolliver, aka Warren Knox (Brian Geraghty). Prohibition agent Stan Sawicki (Joseph Aniska) carries a Police Positive - rather than his previous S&W .38 - in "New York Sour" (4.01). Shady businessman Carl Billings (Sean Cullen) takes one from his henchman to threaten Richard Harrow in "Acres of Diamonds" (4.03). Nucky's fourth season assistant and bodyguard Tom (David Campbell) carries a Colt revolver that also appears to be a Police Positive.

Colt Police Positive - .38 Special.
Manny with his Police Positive during the standoff in "The Age of Reason" (2.06)
Manny with his Police Positive in "Georgia Peaches" (2.10)
Manny with his Police Positive in "Georgia Peaches" (2.10)
Manny aims his Police Positive in "Resolution" (3.01)
Manny checks his Police Positive in "Resolution" (3.01)
One of Nucky's men holds up Rowland with his Police Positive in "Blue Bell Boy" (3.04)
Nucky holds Eli's Colt in "Sunday Best" (3.07)
Agent Sawicki draws his Police Positive in "New York Sour" (4.01)
Carl Billings' thug threatens Richard in "Acres of Diamonds" (4.03)
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Billings himself gets his hands on the revolver.

Nickel

Throughout the third season, Enoch "Nucky" Thompson (Steve Buscemi) carries a nickel Colt Police Positive with pearl grips in a shoulder holster under his left armpit.

Colt Police Positive Nickel - .38 Special.
Nucky's holstered Police Positive in "Resolution" (3.01)
Nucky's smoking Police Positive in "Bone for Tuna" (3.03)
Nucky checks his Police Positive in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Nucky in his suite with his Police Positive in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Armed with revolvers, Nucky and Eddie escape the Ritz Carlton in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Nucky clutches his Police Positive in "Two Imposters" (3.11)

Colt New Service

The youngest D'Alessio brother, Pius D'Alessio (Nicholas Martino), desperately attempts to load his Colt New Service in "A Return to Normalcy" (1.12).

Colt New Service Revolver - .45 ACP. The Army adopted a version of the New Service, the Colt M1917, with plain wooden grips and a lanyard ring in WWI.
Pius raises his New Service in surrender in "A Return to Normalcy" (1.12)

Colt Pocket Positive

Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) uses a nickel Colt Pocket Positive in "To the Lost" (2.12), carried in a shoulder holster. The unscrupulous booking agent Dickey Pastor (Jeremy Bobb) holds a snubnose Pocket Positive on Dunn Purnsley in "New York Sour" (4.01). Wisconsin businessman Dolph Liebling (Stephen Paul Johnson) drops his Pocket Positive - also a snubnose model - during a fight with Richard Harrow in "Resignation" (4.02). A corrupt detective from the Chicago PD fires one at Frank Capone in "Erlkönig" (4.05).

Colt Pocket Positive second model with 2 1/2" barrel - .32 Colt New Police
Nucky draws his Pocket Positive in "To the Lost" (2.12)
Dickey Pastor holds his snubnose Colt on Dunn in "New York Sour" (4.01)
Dolph Liebling drops his snubnose Colt in "Resignation" (4.02)
A corrupt squad of Chicago police detectives fire at Frank Capone in "Erlkönig" (4.05)

Iver Johnson Revolver

Mickey Doyle (Paul Sparks) carries a nickel-plated break-top Iver Johnson revolver in "Bone for Tuna" (3.03). In "Blue Bell Boy" (3.04), the young liquor thief Rowland Smith (Nick Robinson) also carries a nickel Iver Johnson until Nucky's men take it away from him. Harding administration fixer Gaston Means (Stephen Root) carries one when sneaking into Jess Smith's hotel room in "A Man, a Plan..." (3.10). Pinkerton detective Roy Phillips (Ron Livingston) draws a nickel Iver Johnson revolver in "Havre de Grace" (4.11).

Iver Johnson Snub Nose - .32 S&W
Harrow (Jack Huston) disarms Mickey of his Iver Johnson in "Bone for Tuna" (3.03)
One of Nucky's men finds Roland's Iver Johnson in "Blue Bell Boy" (3.04)
Means' revolver in "A Man, a Plan..." (3.10)
Means is startled to find Jess Smith awake in "A Man, a Plan..." (3.10)
Roy Phillips slyly pulls his revolver in "Havre de Grace" (4.11)
Roy Phillips fires his revolver.
Roy Phillips lowers his revolver as Gillian takes charge.

Single Action Army

Callum (Joe Tippett), the ignorant Tampa bootlegger working for Bill McCoy, carries what appears to be a blued Single Action Army with white grips in his waistband when meeting Nucky in "The North Star" (4.06).

Colt Single Action Army, flat-top target model with ivory grips, manufactured in 1895 and displayed at the Gene Autry museum - .45 Long Colt.
Cal carries his Single Action Army when meeting Nucky in "The North Star" (4.06)

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snub

Dr. Valentin Narcisse (Jeffrey Wright) fires what appears to be a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 10 with a 2" barrel in "White Horse Pike" (4.10) after Chalky's gangsters attack his office.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Nickel Snub Nose - .38 Special
Dr. Narcisse aims at the retreating gunmen in "White Horse Pike" (4.10)

Pistols

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless

Jimmy Darmody (Michael Pitt) carries a Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless in a shoulder holster. It is differentiated from the .380 ACP Model 1908 in "Home" (1.07), when Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) asks Jimmy what type of pistol he is carrying and Jimmy responds: "A Colt 1903". Richard also has one, seen in his case in "Two Imposters" (3.11).

Nucky (Steve Buscemi) begins carrying his own blued Colt Model 1903 with pearl grips, kept in his inside jacket pocket, in the fourth season. Nucky's pistol is best seen in "White Horse Pike" (4.10) and "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12).

Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Pistol - .32 ACP
Jimmy aims his 1903 in "Family Limitation" (1.06)
Jimmy with his 1903 in "Family Limitation" (1.06)
Jimmy holds his 1903 in "Family Limitation" (1.06)
Jimmy's 1903 in "Family Limitation" (1.06)
Jimmy holds his 1903 on Mickey Doyle in "The Emerald City" (1.10)
Jimmy with his 1903 in "Gimcrack and Bunkum" (2.05)
Jimmy aims his Colt 1903 during the standoff in "The Age of Reason" (2.06)
Richard unveils his Colt 1903, Savage 1907, and Remington Model 51 in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Richard lays out all of his guns, including a Smith & Wesson M1917, Colt 1903, Savage 1907, Remington Model 51, Webley Mk VI, and sawed-off Browning Auto-5 in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Nucky loads his Colt 1903 in "White Horse Pike" (4.10)
Nucky aims his Colt 1903 in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12)
Eli accepts his potential fate with relative stoicism.
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1911 Pistols

M1911

M1911 pistols are used throughout the series by many characters. Nelson Van Alden (Michael Shannon) carries one in a shoulder holster, both during and after his career as a Prohibition Bureau agent. Al Capone (Stephen Graham) uses one for an assassination in "A Return to Normalcy" (1.12), and the M1911 becomes his standard sidearm through most of the show's run. Some of Sheridan's men in "Family Limitation" (1.06) carry M1911s. Clifford Lathrop (Curt Bouril), the Department of Justice agent assisting Esther Randolph, carries a M1911 in a shoulder holster. Dunn Purnsley (Erik LaRay Harvey), Chalky's second-in-command, also carries a blued M1911 in a shoulder holster. It appears to be the handgun of choice of Gyp's gangsters in the third season, including the ones who attack Nucky in his Ritz Carlton suite in "Two Imposters" (3.11).

After taking control of Atlantic City during the second season, Jimmy Darmody (Michael Pitt) upgrades from a Colt 1903 to a 1911, carried in condition one in a large brown leather shoulder holster.

Original Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
Sheridan's men aim 1911s at Jimmy in "Family Limitation" (1.06)
A 1911-toting Van Alden makes an arrest in "Belle Femme" (1.09)
Van Alden's 1911, which appears to be a replica (for water scenes), holstered in "Paris Green" (1.11)
Van Alden draws his 1911 in "Paris Green" (1.11)
Capone aims his 1911 in "A Return to Normalcy" (1.12)
Agent Lathrop fires his 1911 in "Peg of Old" (2.07)
Jimmy with his 1911 drawn in "To the Lost" (2.12)
Jimmy racks the slide of his 1911 in "To the Lost" (2.12)

M1911 (Nickel)

Albert "Chalky" White (Michael K. Williams) carries a matched set of nickel 1911s, notably using them to capture Meyer Lansky in "The Emerald City" (1.10), and carrying them in a double shoulder rig from the first through fourth seasons. Meyer Lansky (Anatol Yusef) uses a chrome M1911 during the standoff in "The Age of Reason" (2.06).

Rock Island Armory M1911A1 Pistol that was nickel-plated by the owner (with pearl grips) - .45 ACP.
Chalky draws his 1911s on Lansky in "The Emerald City" (1.10)
Lansky holds his 1911 with good trigger discipline in "The Age of Reason" (2.06)
Lansky with his 1911, finger now inside the trigger guard.
Chalky's holstered 1911s in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Chalky enters Nucky's hotel, 1911s drawn, in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12)
Nucky realizes that he has incurred Chalky's wrath in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12)

M1911A1

The fourth season finds many characters using the upgraded M1911A1 pistol rather than the previous WWI-era M1911. Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) uses a suppressed model through the early episodes of the fourth season, and his sister Emma (Katherine Waterston) takes it from him to shoot the family dog. It becomes the weapon of choice for most Chicago gangsters in the fourth season, including Al Capone (Stephen Graham) and Frank Capone (Morgan Spector), who hands his off to Nelson Van Alden (Michael Shannon) in "All In" (4.04). After Bureau of Investigation agent Selby takes away Eli's (Shea Whigham) Police Positive in "The Old Ship of Zion" (4.08), Eli begins carrying a 1911A1 in his shoulder holster for the remainder of the fourth season.

Bureau of Investigation agent Jim Tolliver, aka Warren Knox (Brian Geraghty) carries a M1911A1 in a shoulder holster under his right arm.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol - Commercial Model known as the "Colt Government Model" - .45 ACP. This has a deep Colt factory blued finish, common for commercial variants before and after the war.
Richard aims his suppressed M1911A1 in "New York Sour" (4.01)
Richard holds his suppressed M1911A1 on Dolph Liebling in "Resignation" (4.02)
Richard can't bring himself to fire the M1911A1, now seen without a suppressor.
Richard decides it's time to part ways with his 1911A1 in "Acres of Diamonds" (4.03)
Richard's 1911 in "Acres of Diamonds" is clearly an A1 model.
A paranoid Capone draws his 1911A1 in "Erlkönig" (4.05)
Van Alden - now known as "George Mueller" - aims Frank Capone's 1911A1 in "Erlkönig" (4.05)
Dunn goes to draw his 1911A1 in "The Old Ship of Zion" (4.08)
Van Alden finds himself on the wrong end of Capone's 1911 in "Marriage and Hunting" (4.09)
Van Alden takes revenge in "Marriage and Hunting" (4.09)
Eli holds his 1911A1 on Meyer Lansky in "White Horse Pike" (4.10)
Tolliver/Knox holds his 1911A1 on Eli in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12)
Tolliver/Knox's 1911A1 on the ground in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12)
"Bugs" Moran fires his 1911A1 at a wounded Johnny Torrio in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12). This happened in real life in January 1925, and - as depicted on the show - Moran's 1911 jammed on him before he could deliver a fatal shot.

M1911 Non-Gun

"Bugsy" Siegel (Michael Zegen) files off the serial number of a M1911 "Non-Gun" in "You'd Be Surprised" (3.05). Presumably, a non-gun (or a replica) was used to avoid damaging a real firearm.

Colt 1911 Non Gun
Siegel holds the M1911 in "You'd Be Surprised" (3.05)
Lansky (Anatol Yusef) looks over Siegel's work in "You'd Be Surprised" (3.05)
Siegel goes back to work on his M1911 in "You'd Be Surprised" (3.05)
Siegel goes on a rampage in "You'd Be Surprised" (3.05). In a continuity error, he is shown shooting up the brothel with an M1911, but it becomes a Smith & Wesson Model 10 by the end of the sequence.

Bruni 1911

Wisconsin businessman Dolph Liebling (Stephen Paul Johnson) keeps a 1911 that actually appears to be a second pattern Bruni blank-firing replica in his desk, seen in "Resignation" (4.02).

Bruni 8mm M1911 Blank gun second pattern (The image is a Kimar 911 to represent the near identical firer).
Dolph Liebling keeps a 1911 in his desk drawer, although it appears to be a Bruni blank-firing replica, in "Resignation" (4.02)

Remington 1866 Derringer

Eddie Kessler (Anthony Laciura), Nucky's faithful German valet/bodyguard, fires a Remington 1866 Derringer at the D'Alessio brothers when they attempt to kill Nucky in "Belle Femme" (1.09). In "All In" (4.04), Eddie proudly shows Nucky the concealed pistol on his arm, although it's difficult to tell if this is the same derringer he used in "Belle Femme".

Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 R.F. Caliber. Polished Steel with yellow pearl grips
Eddie fires his derringer in "Belle Femme" (1.09)
Eddie shows off his protection to Nucky in "All In" (4.04)

Remington Model 51

Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) uses a Remington Model 51, carried in his right-hand pants pocket, during his assault in "Margate Sands" (3.12).

Remington Model 51 - .32 ACP/.380 ACP
Richard unveils his Colt 1903, Savage 1907, and Remington Model 51 in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Richard sets aside his Remington Model 51 in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Richard lays out all of his guns, including a Smith & Wesson M1917, Colt 1903, Savage 1907, Remington Model 51, Webley Mk VI, and sawed-off Browning Auto-5 in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Richard uses his pistol to finish off an enemy in "Margate Sands" (3.12)

Savage 1907

One of Masseria's nephews, Incrocci (Mario Macaluso), threatens Jimmy with a Savage 1907 in New York in "Ourselves Alone" (2.02). Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) keeps one in his collection, seen best in "Two Imposters" (3.11).

Savage 1907 .32 ACP.
Incrocci holds a Savage 1907 on Jimmy in "Ourselves Alone" (2.02)
This guy clearly never heard about Jimmy's skill with a trench knife.
Richard unveils his Colt 1903, Savage 1907, and Remington Model 51 in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Richard lays out all of his guns, including a Smith & Wesson M1917, Colt 1903, Savage 1907, Remington Model 51, Webley Mk VI, and sawed-off Browning Auto-5 in "Two Imposters" (3.11)

FN Browning Model 1903

A corrupt detective from the Chicago PD fires an FN Browning Model 1903 at Frank Capone in "Erlkönig" (4.05).

FN Browning Model 1903 - 9 x 20mm Browning Long
A corrupt squad of Chicago police detectives fire at Frank Capone in "Erlkönig" (4.05)

Shotguns

Double Barreled Shotgun

Many characters use full length side-by-side Double Barreled Shotguns throughout the series. Jimmy Darmody (Michael Pitt) uses one when ambushing Rothstein's truck drivers in the pilot episode. Ignacious D'Alessio (Edoardo Ballerini) uses one to rob the casino in "Hold Me In Paradise" (1.08). Many of Chalky's men carry double-barreled shotguns also, specifically when going to war with Gyp's gangsters at the end of the third season. The suspicious bootlegger Elmer rigs one as a booby-trap that surprises Agent Sawicki in "New York Sour" (4.01). Dean O'Banion (Arron Shiver) and his lackey Stu (Joel Marsh Garland) take turns firing a double-barreled shotgun with exposed hammers in "All In" (4.04).

Margaret Schroeder (Kelly Macdonald) uses a double-barreled shotgun that she hands off to Nucky (Steve Buscemi) in "Gimcrack and Bunkum" (2.05); she later carries a similar shotgun in "Ging Gang Goolie" (3.06). Also in "Gimcrack and Bunkum", a hunter named Glenmore (Bill Camp) carries one. Prohibition agents carry double-barreled shotguns during the first season, including Agent Sebso (Erik Weiner) during the raid in "Nights in Ballygran" (1.05). Deputy Halloran (Adam Mucci) carries one in "Anastasia" (1.04). Richard's sister Emma Harrow (Katherine Waterston) also proves to be handy with the family's double-barreled shotgun during the fourth season.

1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge.
A Prohibition agent sits up front with a double-barreled shotgun as Van Alden enters the back seat in the pilot episode.
Jimmy holds his shotgun while restraining Capone in the pilot episode.
The side of Jimmy's shotgun as Capone looks at him in the pilot episode.
Jimmy fires his shotgun in the pilot episode.
Deputy Halloran (Adam Mucci) with a shotgun in "Anastasia" (1.04)
Agent Sebso (Erik Weiner) holds a double-barred shotgun in "Nights in Ballygran" (1.05)
Ignacious D'Alessio (Edoardo Ballerini) with his shotgun in "Hold Me In Paradise" (1.08)
Margaret holds a shotgun on Eli in "Gimcrack & Bunkum" (2.05)
Margaret with the family shotgun in her living room.
Nucky (Steve Buscemi) demonstrates the importance of a loaded weapon.
Glenmore stands in the woods with his shotgun in "Gimcrack & Bunkum" (2.05)
Margaret loads her shotgun in "Ging Gang Goolie" (3.06)
Margaret investigates the sound from her greenhouse in "Ging Gang Goolie" (3.06)
Chalky's men aim at Gyp's gangsters in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
One of Chalky's men stands guard with a shotgun in "Margate Sands" (3.12)
Elmer's shotgun catches Sawicki off guard in "New York Sour" (4.01)
Emma Harrow greets her brother in "New York Sour" (4.01)
"Eat that, Wyatt Earp!" O'Banion is overjoyed by his shooting in "All In" (4.04)

Browning Auto-5

Browning Auto-5 shotguns are used by several characters throughout the series. In the pilot episode, Al Capone (Stephen Graham) carries a Browning Auto-5, as do several of Rothstein's drivers - including Davey Murdoch (Billy Smith) - and several Prohibition agents. Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) carries a cut-down Auto-5 in the second and third seasons.

Browning Auto 5/Remington Model 11 Riot Gun configuration
Davey Murdoch (Billy Smith) holds his Browning Auto-5 in the pilot episode.
Jimmy holds his shotgun as Capone holds his Browning Auto-5 in the pilot episode.
Murdoch with his Browning Auto-5 in the pilot episode.
Richard Harrow with his Auto-5 in "21" (2.01).
One of Jimmy and Harrow's men stands with an Auto-5 in "21" (2.01).
Richard lays out all of his guns, including a Smith & Wesson M1917, Colt 1903, Savage 1907, Remington Model 51, Webley Mk VI, and sawed-off Browning Auto-5 in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Richard aims his shotgun in "Margate Sands" (3.12)

Lupara

Luparas are used in several episodes. Al Capone (Stephen Graham) uses one in "Family Limitation" (1.06) to ambush members of Sheridan's Irish mob. Richard Harrow also uses one against the D'Alessio brothers in the episode "Return to Normalcy" (1.12). In "Battle of the Century" (2.09), Waxey Gordon's assassin Alfred Gordetsky (Scott Burik) uses one against Manny Horovitz. Moses, a heroin dealer working with Dunn Purnsley in "The Old Ship of Zion" (4.08), has a lupara holstered under his desk, which Dunn (Erik LaRay Harvey) places next to Moses' body after killing him.

Remington Spartan Sawed Off shotgun - 12 gauge
Capone grabs his lupara in "Family Limitation" (1.06)
Harrow's lupara in "A Return to Normalcy" (1.12)
A little boy in Nucky's dream in "Two Boats and a Lifeguard" (2.08) aims a lupara.
Alfred Gordetsky goes after Manny with a lupara in "Battle of the Century" (2.09)
Miles holds his lupara in "The Old Ship of Zion" (4.08)
Dunn finds Miles' lupara in "The Old Ship of Zion" (4.08)

Winchester Model 1897 Riot

Several of Chalky's employees, including a woman in his warehouse in "21" (2.01) and a man ambushing Dr. Narcisse's office in "White Horse Pike" (4.10), carry Winchester Model 1897 riot shotguns. Chalky (Michael K. Williams) himself gets his hands on a Winchester 1897, taken from his old mentor Oscar Boneau (Louis Gossett Jr.) in "Havre de Grace" (4.11).

Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) uses one when accompanying Jimmy on a revenge mission for the warehouse shooting in "To the Lost" (2.12) and when murdering an opponent in "Resolution" (3.01). Eli Thompson (Shea Whigham) also carries one in "To the Lost" (2.12) and "Margate Sands" (3.12). Many of Gyp's men carry Winchester '97 riot shotguns toward the end of the third season, including one who has his shotgun wrestled away from him by Nucky (Steve Buscemi). Nucky's own gunmen carry them when patrolling his property at the Hotel Albatross in the fourth season.

Corrupt Prohibition agents carry them in "Blue Bell Boy" (3.04) when raiding Rowland Smith's warehouse. A corrupt detective from the Chicago PD fires one at Frank Capone in "Erlkönig" (4.05). Agent Tolliver/Knox's Bureau of Investigation agents carry them in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12).

Winchester Model 1897 Riot Gun - 12 Gauge
A woman aims her Winchester '97 in "21" (2.01)
Richard with his Winchester '97 in "To the Lost" (2.12)
Eli stands with a Winchester in "To the Lost" (2.12)
Richard Harrow fires his shotgun in "Resolution" (3.01)
One of Gyp's men emerges with a shotgun during the takeover of Tabor Heights in "The Milkmaid's Lot" (3.09)
One of Gyp's gangsters stands with a shotgun in "A Man, a Plan..." (3.10)
One of Gyp's killers searches for Nucky in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Nucky fires his commandeered shotgun through the wall in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Gyp's gangsters aim their guns at Chalky in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Eli racks the slide of his shotgun in "Margate Sands" (3.12). Note the possible M1917 in his shoulder holster.
Eli carries his shotgun in "Margate Sands" (3.12)
Oscar sits on his porch, shotgun ready, in "Havre de Grace" (4.11)
Chalky fires Oscar's Winchester shotgun in "Havre de Grace" (4.11)
Tolliver/Knox's agents prepare for a sting with Winchester '97 shotguns in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12)

Winchester Model 1897 Field

Several Prohibition agents carry full-length Winchester Model 1897 Field shotguns. Dunn Purnsley (Erik LaRay Harvey) also carries one in "Two Imposters" (3.11).

Winchester 1897 Field shotgun - 12 Gauge.
Two of Van Alden's men with 1897s flank Sebso and his double-barreled shotgun in "Nights in Ballygran" (1.05)
Dunn Purnsley with his shotgun in "Two Imposters" (3.11)

Winchester Model 1912 Riot

Several Prohibition agents and some of Chalky's warehouse guards carry Winchester Model 1912 riot shotguns. Nucky's gunmen carry them when patrolling his property at the Hotel Albatross in the fourth season. Winston (Brian Tyree Henry), Oscar's nephew, uses a Winchester '12 against some of Narcisse's men in "Havre de Grace" (4.11).

Winchester M1912 Riot Gun - 12 Gauge
A Prohibition agent with his Winchester Model 12 in the foreground as Van Alden's men pray in the pilot episode.
Chalky's guards carry Winchester M1912s in "To the Lost" (2.12)
One of Nucky's men holds a Winchester '12 near Will Thompson in "Havre de Grace" (4.11)

Winchester Model 1912 Full Length

Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) takes a full size Winchester Model 1912 when he goes "hunting" in "Gimcrack and Bunkum" (2.05). A full size Model '12 is also used by a Klansman in "21" (2.01).

Winchester Model 1912 - 12 Gauge
A KKK member enters Chalky's warehouse in "21" (2.01).
A KKK member aims his shotgun.
The KKK member aims at Chalky.
The KKK member hands off his shotgun in the truck.
Harrow holds his shotgun in "Gimcrack and Bunkum" (2.05)
Harrow's finger on the trigger of his shotgun.
Harrow makes the acquaintance of a hunting dog.
Harrow picks up his shotgun when Glenmore finds him.

Stevens Model 520

A corrupt detective from the Chicago PD fires a Stevens Model 520 pump shotgun at Frank Capone in "Erlkönig" (4.05). Sally Wheet (Patricia Arquette) also has a Stevens shotgun that she sleeps with for safety as seen in "Marriage and Hunting" (4.09).

Stevens Model 520 - 12 gauge
A corrupt squad of Chicago police detectives fire at Frank Capone in "Erlkönig" (4.05)
Sally Wheet lights up a Lucky and cradles her shotgun in "Marriage and Hunting" (4.09)

Submachine Guns

M1921AC Thompson

Enoch "Nucky" Thompson (Steve Buscemi) travels to Ireland to sell an early shipment of Thompsons to the IRA. The particular model featured is the M1921AC configuration with a 50-round drum magazine of .45 ACP ammunition, not developed until 1926 (anachronistic during a scene set in 1921.) As Nucky himself comments, "No relation." Some of Gyp Rosetti's gangsters in the third season also carry Thompsons. The season is set in 1923, and the Thompson was still not as ubiquitous as it would become later in the decade.

The Thompson is more present in the fourth season, prominently featured when Frank Capone (Morgan Spector) hands one to his brother Al (Stephen Graham) to mow down an enemy in "All In" (4.04). A few episodes later, in "White Horse Pike" (4.10), two of Hymie Weiss's killers fire Thompsons at Capone's office at The Hawthorne Inn in Cicero, a reflection of a real-life event that happened in September 1926.

Colt M1921AC Thompson with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP.
Thompson M1921AC submachine guns in a crate at the Atlantic City armory in "Two Boats and a Lifeguard" (2.08)-
Nucky presents a dozen Thompsons inside a coffin to IRA representatives in "Battle of the Century" (2.09)
Owen Sleater (Charlie Cox) shows off a Thompson.
Nucky demonstrates the Thompson's capabilities to an impressed gathering of IRA leaders.
An IRA member looks over the Thompson.
A gangster standing behind Gyp carries a Thompson in "Spaghetti & Coffee" (3.02)
Al Capone gleefully chops down a competitor in "All In" (4.04). Stephen Graham had similarly fired a Thompson one-handed in Public Enemies (2009) when he played "Baby Face" Nelson.
Weiss's gunmen fire at Capone in "White Horse Pike" (4.10)
Weiss's gunmen fire at Capone in "White Horse Pike" (4.10)

Rifles

M1917 Enfield

Richard Harrow uses a scoped Sporterized Enfield M1917 to kill a man in a restaurant, having previously named it in a list of firearms he owns along with a Colt 1903, Roth-Steyr, Smith & Wesson "Triple Lock", and a Mauser 1914. The Enfield rifle proves to be Harrow's preferred weapon, using it to great effect in "Margate Sands" (3.12) and with more tragic consequences in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12).

In "21" (2.01), "Chalky" White (Michael K. Williams) picks one up from a fallen warehouse guard to shoot a KKK member.

M1917 Enfield .30-06
Harrow puts away his Enfield after completing a kill in "Home" (1.07)
One of Chalky's warehouse guys with an Enfield in "21" (2.01).
Chalky (Michael K. Williams) picking up the rifle...
aiming down the sights...
...and surveying his work.
Richard pulls out his Enfield rifle, including with his Smith & Wesson M1917, Colt 1903, Savage 1907, Remington Model 51, Webley Mk VI, and sawed-off Browning Auto-5 in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Richard with his Enfield slung over his back in "Margate Sands" (3.12)
Richard aims his Enfield rifle in "Margate Sands" (3.12)
Richard with his Enfield rifle in "Margate Sands" (3.12)
Richard, as instructed, sets down his Enfield rifle in "Margate Sands" (3.12)
Richard aims his scoped and suppressed Enfield rifle in "Farewell Daddy Blues" (4.12)

M1903 Springfield

During the World War I flashback in "To the Lost" (2.12), Cpl. Jimmy Darmody (Michael Pitt) carries a M1903 Springfield with a bayonet attachment. Some of Chalky's men also carry Springfield rifles, specifically when confronting Gyp in "Two Imposters" (3.11).

Springfield M1903 Mk 1 - .30-06
Jimmy with his Springfield rifle during a flashback in "To the Lost" (2.12)
Chalky's men aim at Gyp's gangsters in "Two Imposters" (3.11)
Chalky's men aim at Gyp's gangsters in "Two Imposters" (3.11)

Winchester Model 1892

Sally Wheet (Patricia Arquette) pulls a Winchester Model 1892 rifle out from behind her bar to settle a potential dispute in "The North Star" (4.06).

Winchester 1892 -.32WCF/.38-40/.44-40/.25-20.
Sally Wheet suffers no fools in her Tampa speakeasy in "The North Star" (4.06)

Browning Automatic Rifle

One of the three Chicago assassins sent by Hymie Weiss to kill Al Capone in "White Horse Pike" (4.10) fires a Browning Automatic Rifle at the Hawthorne Inn from across the street.

M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle - .30-06
An assassin on the far left fires his BAR at Capone in "White Horse Pike" (4.10)

Machine Guns

Browning M1917

A Browning M1917 is used by KKK members to assault a liquor warehouse run by Chalky White in "21" (2.01). In "Margate Sands" (3.12), Capone (Stephen Graham) uses a Browning M1917 to mow down Masseria's killers.

Browning M1917 .30-06 with tripod and ammo box
The Klansmen reveal their Browning M1917 in "21" (2.01).
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The Browning's barrel.
The KKK member hands off his shotgun in the truck.
Capone gleefully fires the M1917 in "Margate Sands" (3.12)

Other

Mark I Trench Knife

Jimmy Darmody (Michael Pitt) carries a 1918 Mark I Trench Knife in his left boot. The writers are doing a little bit of homework on this series as when Jimmy is asked what the point on the top of the handle is he says it's a skull crusher and is used for "cracking walnuts."

Jimmy with his knife in "Family Limitation" (1.06)
Jimmy holsters his knife in his boot in "Family Limitation" (1.06)

Colt Percussion cap gun

Eli Thompson (Shia Whigham) works to fix a cap gun resembling a Colt percussion revolver for his son Brian in "Gimcrack and Bunkum" (2.05).

Eli looks at Brian's cap gun in "Gimcrack and Bunkum" (2.05)


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