Chappelle's Show was a sketch comedy series that aired from 2003 to 2006 on Comedy Central and starred Dave Chappelle, Charlie Murphy, and Donnell Rawlings. Notable guest stars included Ice-T, Mos Def, Wayne Brady, Eddie Griffin and Jamie Foxx. After two critically and commercially acclaimed seasons, Dave walked away during the filming of the third season, citing loss of creative control and stress. After several delays, existing footage of season 3 was assembled into three episodes, and the show ended.
The following weapons were used in the television series Chappelle's Show:
When the Player Haters go back in time (s2e11), Silky Johnston (Dave Chappelle) uses a Luger P08 to shoot a slave owner. He may have stolen this pistol when he went back to World War II to beat up Adolf Hitler.
A Colt Python appears in the hands of a gang leader General Cornrow Wallace (Mos Def) in the "History's Greatest Wars" sketch (s1e10). It also appeared briefly in Dave's hands in the "Life Like a Video Game" sketch (s1e9).
A M1911-type pistol appears in the aforementioned video game sketch as well as the "Zapped" sketch (s1e3). A car wash manager (Tim Kang) also shows off an M1911 in his pants to intimidate Dave (s3e1).
Smith & Wesson Model 36
Rodney "Quills" Dinkins (Charlie Murphy) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 36 to rob the World Series of Dice (s2e7). An IRS agents shows off his Model 36 in an ankle holster, and later draws it to shoot Dave's bodyguard (s3e1).
Dave Chappelle uses a Glock 17 as the title character in the "Black Gallagher" sketch (s2e2).
SWAT team members carry Beretta 92F/FS pistols when they confront a rampaging Frankenstein. One of them eventually shoots Frankenstein in the arm (s3e3).
Marksman 1010 BB pistol
A barber (Duane Littles) shows Dave a Marksman 1010 BB pistol after Dave refuses to pay $11,000 for a haircut in S3E01. Obviously, it's supposed to stand in for a real pistol.
Donnell Rawlings uses a Micro Uzi during a fake bank robbery in the "Zapped" sketch (s1e3). He uses it to gun down a customer, but this is revealed to be a prank, but a security officer who is not aware shoots him.
At least two of the bank robbers in the "Zapped" sketch use full size Uzis.
Heckler & Koch MP5
SWAT team members carry Heckler & Koch MP5s when they confront Frankenstein (S3E3).
The AK-47 shows up on several occasions. These appear to have milled receiver and open front sights.
Japanese soldiers appear to be using AR-15-type rifles to fight Blackzilla. They are not shown in great detail.