Breaking Bad - Season 2

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Breaking Bad - Season 2 (2009)

The following weapons were used in Season 2 of Breaking Bad:

Contents


Handguns

Jericho 941 R

Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) uses a Jericho 941 R with a two-tone finish as his sidearm. In "Grilled" (S2E02), Jesse (Aaron Paul) takes it from him while they are fighting on the ground and uses it to wound him. It is later buried in the desert in the following episode "Bit by a Dead Bee" (S2E03).

Jericho 941 R (two tone early model) - 9x19mm
Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) pulls a Jericho 941 R with a two-tone finish as his sidearm in Season 2's premiere "Seven Thirty-Seven" (S2E01).
Tuco, out of frame in the back seat, uses his Jericho 941 R to coerce Jesse in Season 2's premiere "Seven Thirty-Seven" (S2E01). The hand is actually RJ Mitte's hand filling in for Raymond Cruz.
In "Grilled" (S2E02), Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) points his Jericho at Walt.
Jesse and Walt take cover while Jesse holds the Jericho in "Grilled" (S2E02).
The Jericho 941 R is later buried in the desert in "Bit By a Dead Bee" (S2E03).

Glock 22

DEA Agent Hank Schrader (Dean Norris) continues to carry the Glock 22 in the series. He uses the Glock 22 in his shootout with Tuco in "Grilled" (S2E02).

3rd-generation Glock 22 - .40 S&W
Hank fires his Glock 22 in a shootout with Tuco Salamanca in "Grilled" (S2E02).
A good close-up of the Glock 22 as Hank fires it at Tuco in "Grilled" (S2E02). The "22" stamp is faintly visible on the slide when the image is enlarged to full-size.
Hank holds the Glock while Tuco reloads his M4 in "Grilled" (S2E02).

Revolvers

Ruger SP101

The Ruger SP101 is the revolver purchased by Jesse and seen in Season 2's premiere "Seven Thirty-Seven" (S2E01). He uses it to intimidate an unnamed female junkie and her husband, Spooge after they rip-off one of Jesse's dealers.

Ruger SP101 - .357 Magnum
Jesse's new protection in Season 2's premiere "Seven Thirty-Seven" (S2E01).
In Season 2's premiere "Seven Thirty-Seven" (S2E01), Jesse shows Walt his new purchase, with a plan in mind: "It is him or us, man, do you understand? It is him or us!"
In Season 2's premiere "Seven Thirty-Seven" (S2E01), Walt briefly "borrows" Jesse's gun. Quickly forgetting it at home when they need it most.
"Where's my money, bitch?"
In "Peekaboo" (S2E06), Jesse practices his planned demand with the Ruger.
Jesse waits for Spooge and his wife to return home (S2E06).
In "Negro Y Azul" (S2E07), Walt unloads the revolver; note the five cartridges.

Assault Rifles

M4A1 Carbine

An M4A1 Carbine is used by Tuco (sometimes with an ACOG scope), notably in "Grilled" (S2E02), when he takes Walt and Jesse hostage. Walt later takes this weapon from him when Tuco is bashed over the head with a rock by Jesse. However, Tuco gets it out of the car when Hank arrives at Tuco's hideout. DEA agents also use M4A1s when they arrest Jesse in "Bit By a Dead Bee" (S2E03).

M4A1 Carbine - 5.56x45mm
Tuco (Raymond Cruz) points his M4A1 at Jesse in "Grilled" (S2E02).
A close-up of the receiver of Tuco's M4 in "Grilled" (S2E02).
Tuco fires the M4 (now fitted with an ACOG sight) while "hunting" in "Grilled" (S2E02).
Tuco holds the M4 in the house when his Uncle Hector signals him that something is wrong in "Grilled" (S2E02). Now the scope is gone.
Walt holds the M4 on Tuco and Jesse as they fight for control of Tuco's Jericho 941 in "Grilled" (S2E02).
Tuco fires the M4 in the shootout with Hank in "Grilled" (S2E02).
DEA agents also use M4A1s when they arrest Jesse in "Bit By a Dead Bee" (S2E03).

M16A2

M16A2 rifles appear to be carried by Mexican federales in "Negro Y Azul" (S2E07).

M16A2
M16A2 rifles appear to be carried by Mexican federales in "Negro Y Azul" (S2E07).

Shotguns

Mossberg 500

Clovis (Tom Kiesche), a tow truck and junkyard owner who is a cousin of an associate of Jesse's, uses a shortened Mossberg 500 to threaten an intruder sleeping in Jesse's RV, but put up his gun when the intruder turns out to be Jesse himself in "Down" (S2E04). Specifically, the weapon appears to be a cut down 500AT; the stock has either been shortened to, or replaced with, a pistol grip, but the barrel appears to be original as it has the original bead sight (thereby narrowly escaping being a "short-barreled shotgun" for purposes of the 1934 National Firearms Act).

Mossberg 500AT - 12 gauge
Clovis holds his shotgun on Jesse in "Down" (S2E04). Note the bead sight atop the muzzle.
Clovis shoulders the shotgun, displaying the pistol grip in "Down" (S2E04).

Other

Pocket Pistol non gun

Tomás Cantillo (Angelo Martinez) uses a compact pistol to carry out a hit in "Mandala" (S2E11). Upon closer inspection, this pistol is a non-descript Pocket Pistol Non Gun.

Non Descript Pocket Pistol
Tomás Cantillo (Angelo Martinez) uses a compact pistol to carry out a hit in "Mandala" (S2E11). Upon closer inspection, this pistol is a non-descript Pocket Pistol Non Gun.

Weapons seen in "Negro Y Azul"

A music video appears at the beginning of the episode "Negro Y Azul" (Spanish for black and blue). A multitude of weapons appear in the video. All of the guns which appear in this video are clearly airsoft weapons, as opposed to the blank-adapted real firearms used elsewhere on the show.

Smith & Wesson Model 686

What appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 686 .357 Magnum revolver can be seen in the "Negro Y Azul" music video. It is sitting next to several bags of the Walt's signature blue meth.

A Smith & Wesson laying next to some Pesos and Walt's blue meth.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

An MP5K is seen in the music video for "Negro y Azul". It is lying on the ground with some other weapons, which appear to be airsoft replicas.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm.
The MP5K can be seen dead-center.
Another view of the MP5K - which is indeed an MP5K as one can see the magazine release paddle.

AK-47

An AK-47 can be seen in the music video for "Negro y Azul".

AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
An AK-47 can be seen in the music video for "Negro y Azul". It is clearly an airsoft gun, distinguished by the flashy wood, plastic looking receiver and the two screws holding the gun together.

M4A1

An M4A1 can be seen in the music video for "Negro y Azul".

M4A1
An M4A1 can be seen in the music video for "Negro y Azul".
The M4 is seen on the left.

IMI Uzi

A full-sized Uzi with the extended stock can be seen in the music video for "Negro y Azul".

IMI Uzi - 9x19mm
The full size Uzi is to the right, in the shadows. Notice the extended stock.

IMI Micro-Uzi

A Micro Uzi can be seen in the music video for "Negro y Azul". It is lying near the full-size Uzi.

Micro Uzi - 9x19mm
The Micro-Uzi is left to the full-sized one's stock

MAC-10

A MAC-10 can be seen in the music video for "Negro y Azul". It is lying behind the full-size Uzi.

MAC-10 - 9x19mm
The MAC-10 is behind to the full-sized Uzi's stock

FN P90

An FN P90 can be seen in the music video for "Negro y Azul".

FN P90 - 5.7x28mm
The P90's stock is by "That blue".
A P90 stock and magazine are on the left.

Heckler & Koch UMP

A Heckler & Koch UMP can be seen in the music video for "Negro y Azul".

Heckler & Koch UMP - .45 ACP
The UMP is next to the M4.
The UMP is at top-left. Notice the straight magazine, confirming it is a UMP.


See Also

Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5



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