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The following weapons appear in the animated series The Boondocks:

The Boondocks (2005 - 14)

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Heckler & Koch MP5K

Episodes:

In "The Garden Party", Riley Freeman uses a realistic looking Airsoft Heckler & Koch MP5K fitted with a scope and laser pointer to spy on his neighbors. The gun is later used by Huey Freeman, who attempts to fire it at Ed Wunceler I, but does not succeed, due to his grandfather's intervention. His grandfather, Robert Freeman later confiscates the gun and, after remarking on how real it looks, fires a bb at his table, which bounces off and hits Riley in the leg.

In "A Date With The Health Inspector", Gin Rummy is seen dual wielding two Heckler & Koch MP5Ks at the end of the firefight with the "terrorists". He is not seen firing them however.

In "Home Alone", Huey uses an Airsoft Heckler & Koch MP5K again. This time, he uses it to guard Riley while their grandfather is away.

Heckler & Koch MP5K 9x19mm with 15-round magazine
Huey with Riley's airsoft MP5K.
Huey aims the airsoft MP5K at Ed Wuuncler's Head.
Gin Rummy dual wields two MP5Ks at the end of the firefight with the Arab shopkeepers.
Huey guards Riley with another airsoft MP5K.

MAC-10

Episodes:

In "The Garden Party", a MAC-10 fitted with a silencer can be seen among the various weapons in Ed III's cache.

Ingram MAC-10 - .45 ACP
A suppressed MAC-10 is seen among Ed's weapons.

SVT-40/PPS-43

Episodes:

In "The Garden Party", a SVT-40 and a PPS-43 can be seen among the various weapons in Ed III's cache.

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A SVT-40 and a PPS-43 can be seen among Ed's weapons.

Franchi SPAS-12

Episodes:

In "The Garden Party", Ed III gives Riley a loaded Franchi SPAS-12 shotgun. In a drunken state, he dares Riley to fire it at him while he is wearing a bulletproof vest. Riley does so, but the force of the gun's recoil injures Riley's arm, and sends Ed flying out of his second story bedroom window.

In "A Date With The Health Inspector", Gin Rummy can be seen loading Ed's SPAS-12 during the ride to "The Xbox Killer"'s apartment. The two later use it to threaten a group of "suspects" but the shotgun is not used later on by either during the firefight at the end.

In "Let's Nab Oprah", Ed uses his SPAS-12 during the bank robbery at the beginning. He accidentally discharges after forgetting to put in his earplugs, and temporarily stuns himself. Later, he uses the same weapon during the raid at Borders. Due to an animation error, the gun repeatedly switches from his possession to Rummy's.

Franchi SPAS-12 combat shotgun with no stock - 12 gauge
A closeup of the barrel of Ed's SPAS-12.
Riley aims Ed's SPAS-12 at him.
Rummy loads Ed's SPAS-12 on the way to the XBOX killer's apartment.
Ed discharges his SPAS-12 without putting in his earplugs.
Ed with his SPAS-12 during the bank robbery.
Rummy loads his SPAS-12.
Rummy with the weapon during the raid at Boarders.

IMI Uzi

There are 2 Uzis. A full-size Uzi and a Mini Uzi are used. Episodes:

In "Granddad's Fight", one of the men in the "n*gga moment" at the beginning uses a Mini Uzi to shoot at his opponent. He unloads his entire magazine, but, like his opponent, misses every shot, only to be gunned downed seconds later by nearby policemen.

In "A Date With The Health Inspector", Ed III dual wields two Mini Uzis during the fight with the Arabic shopkeepers.

In "Let's Nab Oprah", Ed carries a Mini Uzi when he, Gin Rummy, and Riley raid the television studio at the end.

In "Thank you for not Snitching", Huey tells the audience about an instance in which a black man named Bernard snitched on local criminals. After leaving the police station, he is shot numerous times by drive-by shooters wielding Mini Uzis. Amazingly, he survives, but is later imprisoned for refusing to identify his attackers.

In "Home Alone", Riley uses an Airsoft Mini Uzi during the fight he has with Huey. He fires several pellets at his brother until a swift kick from Huey knocks it from his hands.

Mini Uzi SMG with stock folded - 9x19mm
One of the men in the "N*gga Moment" chambers his Mini Uzi.
The man holds his Mini Uzi on his opponent.
Ed dual wields his Mini Uzis.
Another shot of Ed with his Mini Uzis.
"Hey Bernard! You Snitch-Ass Motherfucker!!!"
Riley fires an airsoft Classic Uzi at his brother.

M4A1 Carbine

Episodes:

In "A Date With The Health Inspector", Gin Rummy uses an M4A1 Carbine with an RIS foregrip and an AN/PEQ-2 laser during the fight with the Arabic shopkeepers. An interesting note is that Gin Rummy reloads the M4 by pulling back the foregrip, which is impossible in reality.

In "Let's Nab Oprah", Gin Rummy uses an M4 again. He uses it during the raid at the Boarders book store, but, due to an animation error, the gun repeatedly switches from his possession to Ed III's.

Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
Rummy inspects his M4 Carbine.
Rummy holds his M4 on the Arabic shopkeeper.
Rummy reloads his M4 during the firefight.
Rummy loads his M4.
Rummy chambers his M4.
The M4 switches to Ed's possession during the Boarders raid.

Mossberg 500 Cruiser

Episodes:

In "A Date With The Health Inspector", one of the Arabic shopkeepers uses a Mossberg Cruiser during the firefight at the end. The gun appears to fire like an automatic weapon, possibly due to an animation error. At the end of the episode, when police arrive on the scene, several officers can be seen wielding this weapon as well.

In "Bitches to Rags" Steve is seen using it when Ed draws his gun out

Mossberg 500 Cruiser - 12 Gauge
A closeup on the barrel of the shopkeeper's Mossberg 500.
An officer holds a Mossberg 500 Cruiser.

AK-47

Episodes:

In "...Or Die Trying", several terrorists in the film Soul Plane 2: The Blackjacking! can be seen carrying AK-47's.

In "Thank You For Not Snitching", Mrs. Van Heusen, the head of the Woodcrest Neighborhood Watch, can be seen wielding an AK-47.

In "The S Word", Mrs. Van Heusen can be seen carrying an AK-47 again when she and "The Sisters Of The Second Amendment" retaliate against Rev. Rollo Goodlove's Protest.

Original AK-47 design, hybrid stamped/milled receiver; 7.62x39mm.
Van Heusen suggests that the Neighborhood Watch be militarized.

Glock 19

Episodes:

The Glock 19 (real or airsoft) is perhaps the common weapon of the series. In several instances, fully chrome models are used.

In "Grandad's Fight", one of the men in the "N*gga Moment" at the beginning fires a Glock 19 at his opponent. Like his adversary, he fails to score a hit, but is gunned down by nearby cops seconds later.

In "A Date with the Health Inspector", one of the Arabic shopkeepers dual wields two Glock 19s during the firefight with Ed and Rummy. They appear to fire in full auto, most likely due to an animation error. The head shopkeeper also fires (a rather poorly animated) Glock. Before he is gunned down by Ed and Rummy, the Police Officer in the convenience store also briefly wields a Glock before the two convince him that the shopkeeper is "holding a weapon".

In "The Story of Gangstalicous", Lincoln and his crew use chrome Glock 19s when they hunt Gangstalicous and Riley. Gangstalicous briefly uses one as well, but drops it after firing only a few shots.

In "A Huey Freeman Christmas", Riley dual wields two chrome Airsoft Glock 19s fitted with laser pointers when he attacks the mall Santa Clause for a second time. He manages to hit several innocent bystanders with them (including Uncle Ruckus), but runs out of ammo before he can hit Santa, giving him time to escape. At the end of the episode, Riley attacks Uncle Ruckus with this weapon. After firing several pellets at his rear end, Riley fires a final BB at Ruckus' head after ordering him to send a message to Santa Clause.

In "Let's Nab Oprah", Gin Rummy dual wields two Glocks during the bank robbery at the beginning.

In "The Block is Hot", several of the Police Officers that fire upon Uncle Ruckus (and miss every shot) can be seen wielding Glock 19s.

In "Home Alone", Huey and Riley both use Airsoft Glock 19s fitted with laser pointers during their battle at the episode's climax. Eventually, they become stuck in a Mexican standoff where they proceed to fire at each other's head, knocking themselves out.

Glock 19 - 9x19mm
One of the men in the "N*gga Moment" chambers his Glock 19.
The man holds his Glock to his opponent's head. Strangely, in this scene, it has switched hands and is now a two-toned Glock 17.
The man holds his empty Glock as he attempts to negotiate with his adversary. A goof here is that a few seconds ago, the slide of his Glock had locked back after both men ran out of bullets, and now it's locked forward in this scene. Additionally, it has once again switched coloration and is no longer two-toned.
Officer Frank holds his Glock on Ed and Rummy.
Lincoln reloads his Glock.
Riley notices that his airsoft Glock has run dry after firing at the Mall Santa.
Gin Rummy fires one of his Glocks during a bank robbery.
Police officers hold their Glocks on Uncle Ruckus.
Huey and Riley's homage to The Killer.

Beretta 92FS Centurion

In "Lets Nab Oprah", Riley and Huey both briefly hold a gun based on a Beretta 92FS Centurion with gold plated components, stainless steel finish, wooden grips, and forward cocking serrations against each other during their fight. They manage to disarm one another, and whether or not the Taurus is real is never revealed. It is identified as a Beretta by the slide mounted safety.


Beretta 92FS Centurion-9x19mm
Riley knocks the Taurus out of Huey's hands.

Walther P99

Episodes:

In "The Passion of Reverend Ruckus", Huey goes to his closet to retrieve stealth equipment to break his friend out of prison. Within his closet are two Walther P99 pistols. As with many of the firearms in the Freeman house, whether or not they are real is never revealed.

In "Shinin'", A P99 can be seen on Ed III's bed.

Walther P99 - 9x19mm.
Two Walther P99s are seen in Huey's closet.
A P99 is seen on Ed's bed next to a Desert Eagle.

Desert Eagle Mark VII

Episodes:

In "Riley Wuz Here", Riley's psychotic art teacher uses a chrome Desert Eagle during their escape from the police.

In "Shinin", Ed III is seen holding a Desert Eagle when Riley asks him for his assistance in getting his chain back. A second one can be seen on his bed.

In "Bitches to Rags" Ed III is seen using a Desert Eagle when he does not get the money for his drugs

Desert Eagle MK VII - .44 Magnum w/ nickel finish.
The art teacher retrieves a Desert Eagle from his sun visor. Note the gold-colored safety lever.
This particular Desert Eagle appears to have a fluted barrel, which would make it a Mark XIX in either .357 or .44 Magnum.
A Desert Eagle is seen next to a Walther P99 on Ed's bed.
Ed holds a Desert Eagle.

Remington 870

Episodes:

In "Thank You For Not Snitching", Robert Freeman uses a Remington 870 to shoot Ed III, who, along with Gin Rummy, is caught robbing his home. Ed is knocked back, but, as in "The Garden Party", he is wearing a bulletproof vest, and is left unharmed by the shotgun's blast.

Remington 870 - 12 Gauge
Robert Freeman with his Remington 870.

Winchester Model 1894

Episodes:

In "Thank You For Not Snitching", Mrs. Van Heusen fires a Winchester Model 1894 rifle at Ed III, and Gin Rummy upon suspicion them of being burglars.

Winchester Model 1894 - .30-30
Van Heusen with her Winchester.

Luger P08

In "Wingmen", and "Home Alone", a Luger P08 can be seen in a display case in Robert Freeman's basement. As he is a WWII veteran, it is safe to say that he most likely retrieved one from his days in Germany.

Luger P08 9x19mm. This is a 1917 dated handgun, thus it is a World War One firearm.
A Luger P08 is seen behind Robert.

RPG-7

In "...Or Die Trying", an RPG-7 fitted with a PGO-7 scope can be seen during the airport scene during the trailer for Soul Plane 2: The Black-Jacking.

RPG-7 with PGO-7 scope and PG-7VM rocket - 40mm
An RPG-7 is seen on a security monitor during the trailer.

Browning M2 Aircraft

In the episode "Wingmen", Robert Freeman recalls his time serving in the US Army Air Force during WW2, shown flying a P-51D Mustang armed with Browning M2 Aircraft heavy machine guns during a flashback.

Browning M2 Aircraft .50 BMG
Browning M2 Aircraft machine guns on Moe's P-51.
Robert's P-51 "Dorothy" firing her Browning M2 aircraft machine guns.

Colt 1911

In "The red ball" seen in the hands of rehab kickball trainers.

Colt M1911 - .45 ACP






Colt 1851 Navy

In "The Story of Catcher Freeman" a Colt 1851 Navy black powder revolver can be seen.

Colt 1851 Navy - .36 caliber.
The Colt in its case.

Beretta 92G Elite II

In "Smoking with Cigarettes" Lamilton is seen using it.

Beretta 92G Elite II - 9x21mm
Lamilton drops his 92G Elite II on the floor when Riley tackles him.

Makarov PM

In "Stinkmeaner 3" the people in Nigga-synthesis are seen with some on the table.

Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov

Unknown Glock Model

In "Stinkmeaner 3", a member of Nigga-synthesis is seen reloading one.

Most likely a Glock 23 -KalashBoi

M203 Grenade Launcher

At the end of "Return of the King", police officers fire 40mm tear gas grenades from M203 grenade launchers at a black mob outside the White House.

Police fire tear gas grenades from their M203 grenade launchers when the protesters begin to throw objects.



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