Castle - Season 2
The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the television series Castle:
Several NYPD detectives including Kevin Ryan (Seamus Dever) use a Glock 17 as their sidearm in Season 2. Criminals also like them, one was used with a suppressor to murder Roger Farraday (Dean Cates) in A Deadly Game (S2E24).
Ryan (Seamus Dever
) draws his Glock 17 on the Captain in "Kill the Messenger" (S2E08).
The killer takes aim with the Glock in "A Deadly Game" (S2E24). It is in fact a Glock 17 pictured, though the coroner concluded the victim was killed by someone using a .45, and at the end of the episode the killer was accused of using a ".45 Glock".
Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) carries the more compact Glock 19. Ryan and Esposito also appear to carry the pistol in some episodes. Det. Tom Demming (Michael Trucco) also carries one.
Beckett holds her gun on a suspect. "Boom!" (S2E18)
Esposito clears a house with his Glock 19 unholstered. "Den of Thieves" (S2E21)
Ryan holds his Glock 19 on Lt. Holliwell. "Den of Thieves" (S2E21)
A Glock 26 serves as Det. Beckett's backup gun, it's most notably seen when she hands it to Castle to defend himself in "Boom" (S2E18), when they enter the warehouse where a killer is suspected to be hiding. He uses it to shoot Kate's Glock 19 out of the killer's hand. Afterwards, Castle reveals that "he was aiming for his head" (presumably another one of the many references to Nathan Fillion's previous series Firefly.)
"Want me to hold it while you tie your shoe?"
Castle jokingly asks as Beckett hands him her backup in "Boom!" (S2E18).
Castle holding Kate's Glock 26 ready in "Boom!" (S2E18).
Castle keeping Kate's Glock 26 ready in "Boom!" (S2E18).
In "The Third Man" (S2E14), Noel du Preez (Michael Enright) uses a compensated M1911-type to shoot at the team when he thinks they're robbers stealing from his store.
du Preez holds aims his 1911 in "The Third Man" (S2E14).
Colt Government Model
Former NYPD officer, and Esposito's former partner Ike Thornton (Aaron D. Spears) is seen with a Colt Government Model during in "Den of Thieves" (S2E21), off camera Esposito uses it to wound dirty Lt. Holliwell.
Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
A fairly good shot of the slide in "Den of Thieves" (S2E21). Note the "Government Model" engraved on the slide.
Heckler & Koch USP
A two-tone Heckler & Koch USP was used by the killer to threaten Castle, then by Beckett after she disarms him in "Deep in Death" (S2E01).
Heckler & Koch USP - .45 ACP
In "Deep in Death" (S2E01), the killer aiming his USP at Castle just after Beckett walks in.
Beckett (Stana Katic
) holding the killers own USP at his head in "Deep in Death" (S2E01). Good shot of the engraved ".45 Auto."
The killer uses a Ruger KP90 during his activities in "Boom!" (S2E18). FBI Special Agent Jordan Shaw (Dana Delany) briefly uses it near the end of the same episode.
The killer's KP90 sitting on a makeshift table in "Boom!" (S2E18).
FBI Special Agent Jordan Shaw (Dana Delany
) holding the KP90 on the killer in "Boom!" (S2E18).
NYPD officers are occasionally carrying the SIG-Sauer P226. After disarming an officer, Rathborne holds Castle hostage with one in "Sucker Punch" (S2E13).
On the left, an NYPD officer holding the SIG in "Love Me Dead" (S2E09).
SIG Pro SP 2009
Jack Coonan (Justin Alvarez) had a 9mm SIG Pro in his waistband when he was killed in "Sucker Punch" (S2E13).
Coonan has the pistol in his waistband in "Sucker Punch" (S2E13).
Smith & Wesson 3913
A Smith & Wesson 3913 is owned by Jeremy Preswick (Marc Blucas), and used by Darius Langley (John Paul Pitoc) to kill Victor Fink and shoot Preswick in "The Fifth Bullet" (S2E11).
Beckett clears Preswick's 6906 in "The Fifth Bullet" (S2E11).
Alternate angle, giving a better shot of the trigger guard in "The Fifth Bullet" (S2E11).
Great shot of the single stack magazine in "The Fifth Bullet" (S2E11).
STI 2011 Edge
An STI Edge is seen being handled by Ben Conrad, then used by Scott Dunn (Dameon Clarke) to execute him off camera in "Tick, Tick, Tick" (S2E17).
The STI is seen in Ben's hand in "Tick, Tick, Tick" (S2E17).
An Evidence Response Team member prepares to bag the STI in "Tick, Tick, Tick" (S2E17).
Scarlett Price (Michaela McManus) holding the Walther PP in "Love Me Dead" (S2E09).
Scarlett Price (Michaela McManus) holding the Walther PP in "Love Me Dead" (S2E09).
Internal Affairs Bureau Lt. Stan Holliwell (Scott Cohen) uses a suppressed Walther PPK near the end of "Den of Thieves" (S2E21).
Lt. Holliwell holds the PPK behind his back as he's confronted by Beckett and Castle in "Den of Thieves" (S2E21).
Beckett and company react to Noel du Preez gunshot in "The Third Man" (S2E14).
Colt Detective Special
NYPD Captain Roy Montgomery (Ruben Santiago-Hudson) uses a Colt Detective Special in "Sucker Punch" (S2E13).
Captain Montgomery aims his revolver at Rathborne in "Sucker Punch" (S2E13).
Smith & Wesson Model 15
A Smith & Wesson Model 15 is used by the killer in "One Man's Treasure" (S2E10).
The killer's Model 15 being presented to him in an evidence bag in "One Man's Treasure" (S2E10).
Firefly Custom Revolver (Modified Taurus 85)
Castle (Nathan Fillion) is briefly seen dressed in a "Space Cowboy" costume, a deliberate nod to that worn by Captain Malcolm "Mal" Reynolds in the series Firefly (Fillion's former television series). Castle is even seen wielding the modified Taurus 85 during the opening sequence of "Vampire Weekend" (S2E06). In Firefly, the revolver was known as a "Moses Brothers Self-Defense Engine Frontier Model B". Castle's daughter tells him that he wore that costume five years ago.
Castle after bursting out of his office in his Mal costume and brandishing his custom Taurus in "Vampire Weekend" (S2E06).
Heckler & Koch MP5A4
An Heckler & Koch MP5A4 with a weaponlight, and Navy trigger group was used by a drug dealer while stealing a victim's body in Season 2's premiere "Deep in Death" (S2E01).
A drug trafficker holds a Heckler & Koch MP5A4
on Castle and medical examiner Lanie Parish as his colleagues steal the victim in "Deep in Death" (S2E01).
Heckler & Koch MP5K
During the events of "A Deadly Game" (S2E24), a Heckler & Koch MP5K is found in the car of Roger Farraday (Dean Cates). It was issued to him as part of a "spycation" where Farraday, under the guise of CIA hitman Sean Caldwell, was supposed to "assassinate" a foreign minister with it.
The MP5K laying in the front passenger footwell in "A Deadly Game" (S2E24).
Heckler & Koch HK416
While not clearly seen, several FBI HRT agents use HK416's with 10" barrels, notably in "Tick, Tick, Tick" (S2E17) and
FBI HRT armed with an HK416 in "Tick, Tick, Tick" (S2E17).
An FBI HRT operator moving to his position with his HK416 in the ready position in "Boom!" (S2E18).
Esposito (Jon Huertas), as well as most NYPD ESU officers use M4A1's when needed. FBI HRT agents can be seen wielding both M4A1's and HK416's during "Tick, Tick, Tick..." (S2E17) and "Boom!" (S2E18). Some of the M4's used are in reality airsoft replicas.
M4A1 Carbine with EOTech 552.A65 Holographic sight and SureFire M951XM05 tactical light - 5.56x45mm
ESU officers with their M4A1s in "Deep in Death" (S2E01).
Esposito (Jon Huertas
) with his M4A1 after bursting through a door. Note the white ArmaLite trademarks, showing this is a Classic Army airsoft replica in "Love Me Dead" (S2E09).
FBI HRT armed with a suppressed M4A1 in "Tick, Tick, Tick" (S2E17).
MGC M16A1 Replica
In "Vampire Weekend" (S2E06), Esposito (Jon Huertas) is seen carrying an MGC M16 replica fitted with an M203 grenade launcher during Castle's Halloween party while dressed up as a US Marine (an in-joke as Huertas portrayed US Marine Sgt. Antonio Espera in the HBO miniseries Generation Kill).
w/ Cobray CM203 37mm Flare Launcher - 5.56x45mm/37mm
A promo still clearly shows the fake forward assist.
In "Vampire Weekend" (S2E06), (Jon Huertas
) holding his M16 while dressed as a US Marine (a nod to his Huertas' role in the miniseries Generation Kill
) at Castle's Halloween party. Ryan's costume is a more Halloween-friendly version of one of his past doctor roles.
In "Sucker Punch" (S2E13), the victim Jack Coonan (Justin Alvarez) had one loaded with hollow point slugs in his apartment.
Esposito holds up Coonan's shotgun for Beckett and Castle to see in "Sucker Punch" (S2E13).
Castle is seen using an X26 to take down a suspect in "Tick, Tick, Tick" (S2E17).
Advanced X26 Tazer with safety cap on.
Castle is seen using an X26
to take down a suspect in "Tick, Tick, Tick" (S2E17).