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The following weapons appear in the television series Doctor Who:

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Pistols

Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is used Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) in his Last stand against the Dalek in the episode "The Parting of the Ways" and by Jake Simmonds (Andrew Hayden-Smith) of the Preachers resistance group in a parallel universe in the episode "Rise of the Cybermen".

Beretta 92FS, 9x19mm
Jack Harkness (John Barrowman)aims his Beretta 92FS in "The Parting Of The Ways".
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Jake pulls an 92FS on Mickey Smith

Colt M1911A1

Staff-Sergeant Ishem pulls a blued-finish M1911A1 in the Season Six episode Day of the Moon.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol Commercial - .45 ACP
Staff-Sergeant Ishem with his M1911A1 drawn

Glock 17

Glock 17s were used by CO6 (Diplomatic Protection Group) officers in The Aliens Of London and World War Three. In the episode Dalek GeoComTex security guards carry them as their standard sidearms. John Jefferson (Danny Webb) carries one as a backup weapon, using it in a desperate measure to hold off the Ood in "The Satan Pit". Members of Harold Saxon (The Master)'s security team carry Glocks in The Sound of Drums. Lucy Saxon (Alexandra Moen) and Francine Jones (Adjoa Andoh) both use a Glock in "Last of the Time Lords.", most notably being used by Mrs Saxon to kill the Master.

Glock 17 - 9x19mm
John Jefferson fires his Glock 17 at the Ood in "The Satan Pit".
GeoComTex guards draw their Glocks on the Dalek in "Dalek".
DiMaggio, a security guard for GeoComTex, opens fire at the oncoming Dalek in "Dalek".
The commander of Henry Van Statten's security aims his Glock at the Dalek in "Dalek".
A Member of CO6 prepares to shoot the Doctor with a Glock 17.
One of Harold Saxon's bodyguards aims her Glock at foreign delegates aboard The Valient.
Another of Harold Saxon's henchmen holds his Glock to Francine Jones neck.
Lucy Saxon (Alexandra Moen) holds the Glock after shooting The Master.

Glock 26 Advance

A Tokyo Marui Glock 26 Advance airsoft replica is used by a prison guard at the beginning of 'The Pandorica Opens' in the year 5145 who is tricked by River Song into thinking a drawing on cell wall is a prisoner. The Glock 26 Advance is a fictional weapon designed by Tokyo Marui. It is a Glock 26 with a compensator, extended grip (so it can use 17 round full-size Glock magazines), and a mounting rail forward of the trigger guard. This gun is also drawn by a few Church Soldiers in the episode "A Good Man Goes To War".

A prison guard with a Glock 26 Advance
The Church marine on the right draws a Glock 26 Advance on The Doctor.
Another Church marine pulls out his Glock 26 Advance when The Doctor vanishes.
The two Church marines on the left aim their Glock 26 Advance's at The Doctor.
A female Church marine prepares to lower her Glock.

Heckler & Koch USP Compact

A Heckler & Koch USP Compact with stainless slide was used by Thomas Milligan (Tom Ellis) in the episode "Last of the Time Lords". A USP Compact is also used by a member of the resistance group, The Preachers, in a parallel world in the episode "Rise of the Cybermen".

Heckler & Koch USP Compact with stainless slide - 9x19mm
Thomas Milligan with his USP Compact
Thomas readies his USP when he hears The Master approaching in "Last of the Time Lords".
Martha Jones orders Thomas to stand down as she prepares to surrender to The Master.

Luger P08

A Luger P08 is used by the German woman at Osterhagen Station One in Germany to try and stop Martha from destroying Earth in "Journey's End". A Wehrmacht officer threatens River with one in "Let's Kill Hitler". Luger P08s with futuristic mockups were also used in "Mummy on the Orient Express".

Luger P08 - 9x19mm.
The keeper of Osterhagen Station One with a Luger P08
A Wehrmacht Officer in Berlin in 1938 armed with a Luger P08
The conductor of the Space Orient Express uses a mocked-up P08.

SIG P226

The SIG P226 is used by Jake Simmonds (Andrew Hayden-Smith) of the Preachers resistance group in a parallel universe in "The Age of Steel". It also appears as the sidearm of various UNIT soldiers in The Sontaran Stratagem and The Poison Sky.

SIG P226, 9x19mm
Jake Simmonds (Andrew Hayden-Smith) draws his P226 on a recently awoken Cyberman.
UNIT Private Ross Jenkins with a SIG P226 drawn.
Private Harris draws his P226 on the clone pod in "The Sontaran Stratagem".
Private Gray draws his P226 after his rifle is revealed to have been jammed.
"You will face me, sir!" Colonel Mace shoots Commander Skorr.

Tokyo Marui airsoft Hi-Capa 4.3

A black Strayer Voight Infinity is used by the clone Martha Jones and Luke Rattigan in "The Poison Sky", as well as by the Church soldiers and the Doctor to shoot out a gravity globe in "The Time of Angels", and by Captain Williams (Arthur Darvill) and the guards at Area 52 in "The Wedding of River Song". The weapon is a replica, not a real firearm, as explained by a producer in 'Doctor Who Confidential'. It is a Tokyo Marui airsoft Hi-Capa 4.3 (Due to the dust cover being flush to the frame, similar props are used on the spin-off Torchwood).

Airsoft Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3-6mm Ball Bearing
"Bet you wish you carried a gun now". Martha's clone draws her Hi-Capa on The Doctor in "The Poison Sky"
"If I see another gun I swear..." The Doctor disarms Luke Rattigan of his Hi-Capa
The Eleventh Doctor with Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3 airsoft replica
Colonel Manton holds his modified Hi-Capa on The Doctor in "A Good Man Goes To War".
A Church marine draws his Hi-Capa in "A Good Man Goes To War".
Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) points a discarded Hi-Capa at River Song.
Captain Williams with his Hi-Capa 4.3 drawn.
Side shot of the same.

Walther PPK

A Walther PPK is used by Klineman Halpen (Tim McInnerny) to threaten the Doctor (David Tennant) and Donna Noble (Catherine Tate), before he becomes an Ood in the episode "Planet of the Ood".

Walther PPK, .380 ACP
Klineman Halpen (Tim McInnerny) is starting to feel the effects of the "hair tonic" he's been drinking for weeks, while wielding a Walther PPK in the episode "Planet of the Ood"

Jericho 941 F

In "Let's Kill Hitler", Mels (Nina Toussaint-White) pulls a stainless Jericho 941 F on The Doctor (Matt Smith) and uses it to shoot at the TARDIS' controls. The Doctor later takes it from her. He first tries to stick it in his pants before placing it in a bowl of fruit. She later attempts to use it once she has regenerated into River Song (Alex Kingston).

Stainless IMI Jericho 941 F - 9x19mm
Mels with the Jericho. Note the lack of ambidextrous slide mounted safety on the right of the gun indicating that it is the "F" model where the safety is mounted on the left side of the frame.
The Doctor placed Mel's Jericho in the fruit bowl.
A newly regenerated River Song holds the Jericho on The Doctor.
River attempts to shoot The Doctor, only to discover he has removed the clip.

Double Action Derringer

A Double action derringer, but not a DA38 Derringer as previously believed, is used as an energy weapon by River Song (Alex Kingston) at the beginning of Time of Angels to carve a message into a ship's home box.

River draws her Derringer in "The Time of Angels".
River Songs Double Action Derringer (make and model to be identified)
River Songs Double Action Derringer (make and model to be identified)

Browning Hi-Power

Browning Hi-Powers are carried by the officers aboard the Soviet submarine in the Season Seven episode Cold War, most notably Captain Zhukov (Liam Cunningham) and Lieutenant Stephashin (Tobias Menzies). The handgun's appearance is extremely incorrect, as the Hi Power has never been used by the Soviet Navy.

British L9A1 and licensed FN Hi-Power - 9x19mm
The Soviet sailor to the left aims his Hi-Power at the Ice Warrior Skaldak.
Captain Zhukov draws his sidearm.
Captain Zhukov threatens the Doctor with a Browning Hi-Power.
Lieutenant Stephashin draws his Hi-Power when he hears Skaldak.

Revolvers

Colt Single Action Army

A Nickel plated Colt Single Action Army with wooden grips is seen in the hands of River Song, using it to shoot off The Doctor's Stetson and to shoot at the Impossible Astronaut beside a lake in the eponymous episode. Several are seen used by the people of Mercy in the Season Seven episode "A Town Called Mercy", most notably US Marshal Isaac (Ben Browder) and the Doctor himself.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model.
River Song (Alex Kingston) with a nickel-plated Single Action Army
River Song (Alex Kingston) fires her SAA at the fleeing Impossible Astronaut
The Doctor holds the Single Action Army on Kahler-Jex
A front view of the SAA

Taurus Model 65

In The Stolen Earth, Lieutenant General Sanchez carries a blued Taurus Model 65 with white grips as his personal sidearm. He later uses it to cover Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman) whilst she escapes from the building using a teleport.

Taurus Model 65 - .357 Magnum
General Sanchez draws his Taurus.
General Sanchez and a UNIT soldier open fire on the Daleks.
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Smith & Wesson Model 27

Smith & Wesson Model 27s are seen in the hands of Secret Service agents in The Impossible Astronaut. FBI agents are later seen armed with them in Day of the Moon.

S&W Model 27 with 4" barrel.
Secret Service agents hold The Doctor (Matt Smith) at gunpoint in the Oval Office with Smith and Wesson M27s
The agent behind Canton Everett Delaware III aims his revolver at The Doctor
Secret Service agents aim their Model 27's at Amy, Rory and River.
An FBI agent searches for River in New York with his Model 27 drawn.

Colt Python Snub

Former FBI Agent Canton Everett Delaware III (Mark Sheppard) carries a snubnose Colt Python, as identified by the iconic ribbed barrel. It was later used by Amy to shoot at the Impossible Astronaut.

Nickel plated Colt Python Snub with rubber grips - .357 Magnum
Canton Everett Delaware III (Mark Sheppard) draws his snubnose Python in the warehouse in "The Impossible Astronaut"
Canton confronts River Song in New York with his Colt Python. The FBI agents behind him carry S&W Model 27's.
Canton searches for Amy in "Day of the Moon".

Webley "British Bulldog"

The Webley Bulldog is used by the Scots Guard Captain Reynolds (Jamie Sives) and is carried by Queen Victoria (Pauline Collins) in 1879 in the episode "Tooth and Claw".

Webley "British Bulldog", .442
Captain Reynolds draws his Bulldog on The Doctor and Rose in "Tooth and Claw".
Captain Reynolds aims his revolver at Father Angelo after realising he is an imposter.
A side view of Reynolds Bulldog as he draws it on Father Angelo.
"It isn't 'woman', it's your Majesty!" Queen Victoria pulls her own revolver on Father Angelo.
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Webley Mk IV

A Webley Mk IV .38 is used by Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) in Utopia and Journey's End. One is used carried by Wilfred Mott (Bernard Cribbins) and used by The Doctor (David Tennant) in The End of Time parts one and two. One is used by Madge Arwell (Clair Skinner) in The Doctor, the Widow, and the Wardrobe.

Webley Mk. IV .38
Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) clutches his Webley after being shot by the Supreme Dalek in "Journeys End".
The Captain of starship Titanic draws his revolver on Midshipman Alonso in "Voyage of the Dammned".
The Doctor aims Wilfred's Webley at The Master.
The Doctor contemplates shooting Lord President Rassilon (Timothy Dalton) in "The End of Time".

Webley Mk. VI

A Webley Mk VI prop gun is used by Tallulah (Miranda Raison) to threaten The Doctor (David Tennant), Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman) and Solomon (Hugh Quarshie) in the episode "Daleks in Manhattan" in 1930. The Doctor uses this revolver in the season 4 episode "The Doctor's Daughter" to threaten Cobb (Nigel Terry), after Cobb uses it to shoot Jenny (Georgia Moffet).

Webley Mk VI, .455 Webley
Tallulah aims a prop Webley at the Doctor, Martha and Solomon in "Daleks in Manhatten".
Captain Cobb aims his Webley at The Doctor.
An infuriated Doctor holds Cobb's Webley to his head.

Colt Official Police

In Let's Kill Hitler, Adolf Hitler (Albert Welling) uses a Colt Official Police to fire at the Teselecta robot. Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) holds the revolver on Hitler after punching him. One of River Song's henchmen also uses one to kidnap Rory Williams in The Angels Take Manhatten.

Colt Official Police - 4" Barrel - .38 Special
Adolf Hitler with the revolver.
Sit down. Shut up. A closeup of the revolver as Rory holds it on Hitler
The Doctor unloads the discarded revolver whilst Mels regenerates.
A newly regenerated River Song picks up the unloaded revolver...
...and aims it at The Doctor.
River's henchman aims his Official Police at Rory.

Colt Detective Special

In a continuity error in Day of the Moon, Canton Everett Delaware III's Colt Python is occasionally replaced with a nickel Colt Detective Special with black grips. In The Angels Take Manhatten, private detective Sam Garner (Rob David) draws a Colt Detective Special as he is being pursued by the Weeping Angels.

Colt Detective Special Nickel 3rd Gen - .38 Special
Colt Detective Special 1st Gen with Round Butt - .38 Special
In a continuity error, Canton draws a Colt Detective Special on Amy in "Day of the Moon".
Canton prepares to execute Rory in "Day of the Moon".
"Welcome to America!" Canton shoots a member of The Silence.
Sam Garner draws his revolver on after encountering the Angels on the staircase.

Unidentified Revolver

Used by Professor Grisenko (David Warner) in Cold War.

Professor Grisenko's revolver.

Shotguns

Ithaca M37

Hooverville citizens use Ithaca M37 shotguns to help defend Hooverville against the Daleks in the episode Evolution of the Daleks in 1930.

Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 Gauge
A Hooverville resident readies his Ithaca in "Evolution of the Daleks".

12 Gauge Sideby Side Shotgun

Frank (Andrew Garfield) uses a 12 Gauge Side by Side Shotgun with exposed hammers to defend Hooverville against the Daleks in Evolution of the Daleks.

Charles Parker 1878 Shotgun - 12 Gauge
Frank shoots an approaching Dalek in "Evolution of the Daleks".

Submachine Guns

Fabrique Nationale P90-TR

The Picatinny Rail version of the FN P90 is used by John Maynard Jefferson (Danny Webb) and various other crew members in the episodes The Impossible Planet and The Satan Pit. The P90s in the episode are fitted with blue flashlights mounted on the top rail and fitted with silencers. P90s can be seen in the armoury room of Torchwood Cardiff. A curious acetylene torch variant can be seen used in The Doctors Daughter. The Church soldiers in The Time of Angels carry weapons based on a P-90 with an M60 flash hider and the top rail extended over the magazine. A black version is used by the prison guards at the beginning of The Pandorica Opens. A version of this prop fitted with a rear pistol grip appears in A Good Man Goes To War.

Fabrique Nationale P90-TR, 5.7x28mm
A Sanctuary Base Six guard armed with a P-90TR
Jenny, the 'Doctors daughter', loads a modified FNP90
Jenny aims her weapon at approaching Hath soldiers
Father Octavian (Iain Glen) and his soldiers arrive to assist River Song
A Church soldier with a modified P-90
Two modified P-90's can be seen to the right of Amy Pond in a Church transport ship
A Church marine guarding Amy Pond with his modified P-90 with rear pistol grip.
Church marines guarding Madame Kovarian with their modified P-90's.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

CO6 (Diplomatic Protection Group) members inside 10 Downing Street are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A3s in the episodes "Aliens of London" and "World War Three". The weapons are fitted with Surefire fore-ends and scopes.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 9mm
Members of CO6 prepare to execute the Doctor with MP5A3s

Heckler & Koch UMP9

The H&K UMP is used some GeoComTex guards working for Henry Van Statten (Corey Johnson) in the episode "Dalek".

Heckler & Koch UMP9 9x19mm (note curved magazine)
Heckler & Koch UMP9 used by a GeoComTex security guard.
A guard holding his Heckler & Koch UMP9 while getting hit by a Dalek's laser.

Thompson M1928

The Human-Daleks use Dalek-enhanced Thompson M1928 sub-machine guns in 1930 to kill Dalek Thay and Dalek Jast in the episode "Evolution of the Daleks."

Dalek-enhanced Thompsons in the hands of brainwashed humans.

MP40

Wermacht soldiers are seen with MP40 submachine guns in "Let's Kill Hitler". River Song later commandeers a pair for herself. Note that as the episode takes place in 1938, the appearance of the MP40 is either a minor anachronism or an attempt to imitate the earlier MP38.

MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm
River dual wielding a pair of MP40s.

Rifles

Lee-Enfield

British Soldiers guarding the crashed Chula Warship in the episodes "The Empty Child" and "The Doctor Dances" during the London Blitz in 1941 are armed with Lee-Enfield No.1 MkIII* rifles. Lee-Enfield No.1 MkIII rifles were also used by school pupils and The Doctor (David Tennant) in 1913 to repel the Family of Blood from the school in "The Family of Blood."

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk III* - .303 British
"John Smith" armed with a Lee-Enfield No.1 MkIII

British Soldiers in the Cabinet War Rooms in the episode "Victory Of the Daleks" were armed with Lee-Enfield No4 Mk.I rifles.

Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I - .303 British.
British soldiers armed with Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I rifles.

M1903 Springfield

M1903 Springfield rifles are used by Solomon (Hugh Quarshie) and other Hooverville citizens to trying to defend themselves against the Daleks in "Daleks in Manhattan" in 1930.

Springfield M1903 Mk 1 - .30-06

Pattern 1914 Enfield

A number of Hooverville citizens were armed with P14 Enfield rifles in the episode "Daleks in Manhattan". This earlier model rifle differs from the M1917 Enfield (A U.S. Modification to meet demands in WWI) in that it is chambered in .303 British and is equipped with volley sights on the left hand side of the rifle. These sites can be seen in certain brief shots in the Hooverville scene, identifying the rifle definitively as the P14.

P14 Enfield .303 British
Solomon (Hugh Quarshie) with his Enfield.

Martini-Henry Rifle

British soldiers and Father Angelo's men are armed with Martini-Henry Mk. II Rifles in Tooth and Claw

Martini-Henry Mk. II (1877-1881) .577-.450 caliber.
Scots Guards escorting Queen Victoria aim their rifles at the Doctor and Rose.

Karabiner 98k

Wehrmacht soldiers are armed with Karabiner 98k rifles in "Let's Kill Hitler".

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A Wehrmacht soldier armed with a Karabiner 98k

Assault Rifles

Enfield L85A2

Enfield L85A2s are used by British Army Paratroopers guarding Albion Hospital and the Big Ben that was destroyed by a crashed Slitheen spacecraft and inside 10 Downing Street in the episode "Aliens of London". The Paratroopers inside 10 Downing Street and the hospital use Surefire tactical lights on their L85A2s. Danny Pink (Samuel Anderson) also used an L85A2 during his time in Afghanistan as shown in the episode "Dark Water".

Enfield L85A2, 5.56x45mm NATO
Members of the Parachute Regiment in the Albion Hospital threaten the Doctor with L85A2s. Note the flashlights under the barrels
A Member of the Parachute Regiment at a roadblock in Central London after the Slitheen ship crashes in the Thames.
Pink with his L85A2 in Afghanistan.
Pink fires his L85A2 into a building.

GAU-5A/A

The USAF Guards at Area 51 are armed with GAU-5A/As in the Season Six episode Day of the Moon.

XM177E2 Carbine aka Colt Model 629 aka - 5.56x45mm. This was the last variant of the XM177 rifle used in the Vietnam War. The GAU-5A/A is almost identical, lacking only the forward assist.
A USAF guard at Area 51 with a GAU-5A/A.

Heckler & Koch G36

The Heckler & Koch G36 (in all three variants) is the most frequently used weapon in the series. They have been used by several henchmen, soldiers from both Torchwood and UNIT, GeoComTex security personnel, police officers and Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) throughout the the show. Most of the G36s used are fitted with the G36C style top rail.

Heckler & Koch G36V (formerly G36E) with export optical sight - 5.56x45mm
Adipose Industries security guards with G36s in the episode "Partners in Crime" (Note: due to a continuity problem, for the rest of the episode, every shot of these rifles (excluding this one) identifies them as G36Cs.)
Heckler & Koch G36K 5.56mm
A GeoComTex security guard firing his Heckler & Koch G36K at a Dalek in the episode "Dalek". This one has the export-style integrated optic.
A GeoComTex guard aims his G36 at the Dalek in "Dalek".
British Army Soldiers with G36Ks in "Turn Left"
British Army Soldiers with a mix of G36Ks and G36Cs in "Doomsday"
Heckler & Koch G36C 5.56mm
Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) carrying two Heckler & Koch G36Cs in the episode "Bad Wolf."
Torchwood soldiers aiming their Heckler & Koch G36Cs at the Daleks in the episode "Doomsday".
One of Harold Saxon/The Master's guards holds his G36 on Captain Jack Harkness in "Last of the Time Lords"..
Private Gray with a G36C.
Guards aboard starship Byzantium aims their silver plated G36's at River Song.
UNIT commando's approach the Pond household in "The Power of Three".

M4A1 Carbine

M4A1 Carbines are used by the Ood Operations security forces during the episode Planet of the Ood, they are used to defend the Ood Operations facility from the "processed" Ood. The M4A1s are being seen used with Beta C-Mags, ACOGs, tactical lights, Eotechs and front grips. This weapon also appears in the episode The Stolen Earth, where it is used the by UNIT Soldiers stationed in New York City to fight the Daleks, and at a roadblock in London in the episode "Planet of the Dead". In The End of Time, Soldiers under the employment of Joshua Naismith (David Harewood) use them, one which is used by Addams (Sinead Keenan) to knock out the Master (John Simm).

M4A1 Carbine, 5.56x45mm NATO
Ood Operations security guards with M4A1 carbines. They are flat tops models with Eotech holographic sights and various flashlight mounts.
Ood Operations security guards open fire on rebelling Oods with their M4 Carbines
UNIT Soldiers with M4A1 carbines.
Colt M4A1 Carbine w/ M68 Aimpoint reflex optic, Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and a vertical forward grip.
One of Joshua Naismith's soldiers with his M4A1.
Naismith's soldier is ordered by The Master to shoot Wilfred Mott.

Norinco Type 56-1 rifle

Norinco Type 56-1 folding stock rifles were used by the resistance group, the Preachers, in a parallel universe in the episodes Rise of the Cybermen and The Age of Steel. They were also used by the Soviet submarine crew in Cold War.

Norinco Type 56-1 (under-folding stock variant) - 7.62x39mm
'Mrs. Moore' loads her Norico in "Rise of the Cybermen".
Ricky and Jake fire at the Cybermen in "The Age of Steel".
Captain Zhukov and a Soviet sailor aim their Norinco's at Skaldak in "Cold War".

Olympic Arms K23B Tactical

UNIT soldiers use M4-type rifles similar to the Olympic Arms K23B Tactical in the episode "The Poison Sky", during the assault on the ATMOS factory (These M4s are said to be firing steel-jacketed rounds due to copper-jacketed rounds being rendered useless because of the Sontarans' energy field).

Olympic Arms K23B Tactical 5.56x45mm
UNIT soldiers with K23B-style M4s

Machine Guns

Fabrique Nationale Minimi

A FN Minimi is seen briefly being fired by a Ood Operations security operative at the Ood in the episode "Planet of the Ood".

FN Minimi, 5.56x45mm NATO
Security officer clears the way for the VIPs through the Ood Rebellion with an FN Minimi.

Vickers Mk.I Machine Gun

A Vickers Gun is seen being used for both gunnery practice and in defence of the school in "Human Nature" and "The Family of Blood"

Vickers MkI Machine Gun
Grammar school students at a defensive position with a Vickers Mk.I

Fictional Weapons

51st Century Replica Pistol

In Gridlock, Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman) is kidnapped by two desperate New New Yorkers who both carry these pistols. However it is later revealed they are replicas, as real handguns are difficult to get hold of.

Martha's kidnappers keep The Doctor at bay.
Martha holds one of the pistols on her captors.

River Song's Pistol

In Day of the Moon, River Song (Alex Kingston) uses a futuristic pistol to shoot various members of The Silence. She is later seen using it in The Pandorica Opens and The Big Bang

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River holsters her pistol.
River Song draws her pistol in "The Big Bang".

Imperial Military Pistol

Carried by Imperial Army soldiers stationed on Hedgewick's World of Wonders, an extraterritorial theme park, in Nightmare in Silver.

The platoon captain holds her sidearm on The Doctor.
Imperial Army soldiers fire their sidearms at an approaching Cyberman.
An Imperial soldier pulls her sidearm on a Cyberman.

Imperial Military Rifle

Carried by Imperial Army soldiers in Nightmare in Silver as their primary battle weapon.

A soldier to the right readies his rifle after the Cyberman attack.
Imperial troops aim their rifles at The Doctor.
A good side view of one of the Imperial Army rifles.

Other

Taser

In The Cold Earth, Ambrose (Nia Roberts) uses a Taser to torture and accidentally kill Alaya when she won't tell her where her son is.

Ambrose threatens Alaya with the Taser.

Paintball Gun

In Journeys End, Wilfred Mott (Bernard Cribbins) uses a paintball gun to attempt to blind invading Daleks so he and his daughter can escape. This proves useless however, as the Daleks are able to vaporise any paint that obstructs their vision.

Wilfred aims his paintball gun at an oncoming Dalek.

FIM-92A Stinger

An FIM-92A Stinger is misused as a conventional rocket launcher against the Cybermen in 'Doomsday', and as an anti-structure weapon in 'The Poison Sky'.

FIM-92A Stinger, 70mm
A British Army soldier with an FIM-92A. Also note the G-36s
A UNIT soldier with an FIM-92A.

Splashinator Water Pistol (based on Walther P38)

The Doctor (David Tennant) uses a Splashinator Water Pistol, a water pistol which is based on a Walther P38 to fight the Pyroviles in the episode The Fires of Pompeii. Despite version depicted in the series is a yellow one with blue grips, some sources state that originally crew used one with the orange grip, re-painted.

Splashinator Water Pistol (a yellow version with orange grips; packaged)
Splashinator Water Pistol (a yellow version with blue grips)
Walther P-38 9x19mm Para (for reference)
Walther P-38 styled Water pistol


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