The following firearms were used on the Showtime series Californication:
A liquor store robber (Jonah Wharton) in "Dogtown" (3.10) holds a third generation Glock 17 on Charlie Runkle (Evan Handler). A tattoo artist in "Lawyers, Guns, and Money" (4.06) also has a Glock.
A Generation 3 Glock 17 9x19mm. Note the finger grooves, thumb reliefs, and accessory rail on the frame, which differentiate it from the older model.
A robber draws his Glock on Charlie Runkle (Evan Handler
) in "Dogtown" (3.10).
The robber thrusts his Glock into Runkle's neck.
"Police officers" in //Santa Monica Cop// fire at a "bank robber" while filming in 5.12. The actors on the right have Glocks.
The carjacker (Luis Moncada) who steals Hank's new Porsche in "Filthy Lucre" (1.09) uses a two-tone Glock 19.
Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Hank has a Glock put to his head by the carjacker.
The carjacker takes Hank's Porsche.
Another liquor store robber (Mario Orozco) in "Dogtown" (3.10) holds a Beretta 92FS on Hank. A tattoo artist in "Lawyers, Guns, and Money" (4.06) also carries one.
Hank turns and sees the robber aiming a Beretta at him in "Dogtown" (3.10).
The robber takes money from Hank's wallet.
The robber uses surprisingly good trigger discipline during the scene, keeping his finger off the trigger of the Beretta as he holds it on Hank.
One of the tattoo artists in the background aims a Beretta at Hank and Eddie in "Lawyers, Guns, and Money" (4.06).
"Police officers" in Santa Monica Cop
fire at a "bank robber" while filming in 5.12. The actor on the far left has a Beretta.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Big Jim Calloway, in a cameo, accidentally shoots Fatso-Fassano with a Beretta 92FS Inox during a scuffle in "The Way of the Fist" (5.02). Samurai Apocalypse (RZA) picks up and unloads the Beretta. An actor on Santa Monica Cop carries a prop Inox while filming a scene in "At the Movies" (5.09).
Big Jim's Beretta falls to the floor in 5.02.
The actor holds his Inox on Sam in 5.09.
As "Officer Kapinos" in a zombie film she is starring in, Sasha Bingham (Addison Timlin) fires a blank-firing Beretta Cougar at a pack of zombies in "Lights, Camera, Asshole" (4.08).
Beretta 8000 Cougar F - 9x19mm
Sasha lowers her Beretta Cougar while in costume in "Lights, Camera, Asshole" (4.08).
Rubber Beretta 92FS
An actor portraying a bank robber in Santa Monica Cop uses a rubber Beretta replica in "Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be" (5.12).
The "bank robber" holds his Beretta on Kali in 5.12.
IMI Desert Eagle
Samurai Apocalypse (RZA) keeps a chrome Desert Eagle as his primary weapon during the fifth season, notably using it during the finale "Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be" (5.12). Marcy Runkle (Pamela Adlon) grabs the Desert Eagle from Sam in 5.12 and uses it to pistol whip Stu Beggs in the crotch. Given that a loaded Desert Eagle weighs at least four pounds, this probably had the effect she desired.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX with brushed chrome finish - .50 AE
Sam holds his Desert Eagle on Hank in 5.03.
Sam with his Desert Eagle at the range in 5.05.
Sam reloads his Desert Eagle.
Note that, in Hank's dream in 5.12, Sam's Desert Eagle cycles even when fired very close to another actor's head.
Again, the gun cycles. Many productions use a flashpaper gun when fired this close to an actor's head, but //Californication// seems to be an exception.
Sam with his Desert Eagle while conferring with Hank.
Sam holds his Desert Eagle on Hank.
Sam aims his Desert Eagle in a production still from 5.12.
Samurai Apocalypse (RZA) carries a SIG-Sauer P229R when in character for his film Santa Monica Cop in "At the Movies" (5.09) and "Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be" (5.12). The gun appears to be a replica with muzzle flash added in post-production. Hank even comments to Tyler that it's a "fake gun", although Hank's knowledge of firearms is limited.
Sam with his SIG-Sauer in a production still from 5.09.
Sam aims his P229R while filming Santa Monica Cop
Sam reloads his P229R in character.
Eddie Nero (Rob Lowe) draws a M1911A1 when at a tattoo parlor with Hank and Charlie in "Lawyers, Guns, and Money" (4.06). Hank (David Duchovny) takes it away from him after punching him in the face.
Nickel Plated M1911A1 Pistol with black grips - .45 ACP
Eddie draws his 1911A1 in "Lawyers, Guns, and Money" (4.06).
Hank stares at Eddie's 1911A1.
Eddie is recognized by one of his fans.
In "Comings and Goings" (3.11), Hank Moody (David Duchovny) and Stacy Koons (Peter Gallagher) duel with Flintlock Pistols when Koons gets drunk after one of his Civil War re-enactments.
Kentucky Flintlock, modern day reproduction made by Pedersoli - .50 caliber
Stacy aims his flintlock pistol in 3.11.
A promotional image from "Comings and Goings" with Hank and Stacy standing with their dueling pistols.
A promotional image from "Comings and Goings" of Stacy Koons aiming his flintlock pistol at Hank Moody.
Smith & Wesson Model 29
Kim (Philip Tan), the Korean convenience store owner in "Dogtown" (3.10), chases the robbers out of his store with several shots from his Smith & Wesson Model 29.
Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 Magnum.
Smith & Wesson Model 36 Nickel
A girl in the tattoo parlor in "Lawyers, Guns, and Money" (4.06) draws a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 36 snubnose.
Smith & Wesson Model 36 (bright nickel plated) - .38 Special.
The girl aims her Model 36 in "Lawyers, Guns, and Money" (4.06).
Lew Ashby (Callum Keith Rennie) keeps an Ithaca 37 in his hallway, firing it into the air to end disagreements in his house.
Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 Gauge
Ashby watches the fight in "No Way to Treat a Lady" (2.03).
Ashby fires a shot into the air.
Ashby aims at Hank and the rocker, telling them to "act accordingly".
Ashby lets Hank Moody (David Duchovny
) fires his shotgun to end the girl fight in "Blues from Laurel Canyon" (2.11).
Hank looks up, shotgun in hand, to see the chandelier fall from the ceiling after accidentally shooting it.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
An actor portraying a bank robber in Santa Monica Cop fires a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 in "Hell Ain't a Bad Place to Be" (5.12).
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Navy trigger group and MP5F stock - 9x19mm
The "bank robber" goes down firing in 5.12.
In Hank's opening dream in "The Way of the Fist" (5.02), Samurai Apocalypse (RZA) fires an M16 at Hank, Scarface-style.
"Sam" opens up with his M16 in a dream sequence from 5.02.