|Doctor Who (New Series) - Season 11
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The following weapons were used in Season 11 of the television series Doctor Who (New Series):
Glock 26 Advance (Modified)
In "The Ghost Monument", Angstrom (Susan Lynch) is briefly seen with a holstered weapon that appears to be a Glock 26 Advance (a fictional airsoft Glock variant manufactured by Tokyo Mauri) that has been heavily modified to look like an Albarian Blaster.
Tokyo Marui "G26 AdVanced"
Angstroms holstered blaster. Note the extended magazine and grip shape, indicating that the prop is built off a G26 Advance
Beretta 92FS Inox
In "Arachnids in the UK", bodyguard Kevin (William Meredith) carries a Beretta 92FS Inox as his sidearm. It is later taken and used by Jack Robertson (Chris Noth).
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
Kevin aims his Beretta at Yazmin and Najia Khan.
Robertson picks up his bodyguards discarded pistol.
Jack Robertson brandishes the pistol in his underground bunker.
A closeup of the pistol as Robertson shoots the enlarged spider in his hotel.
In "The Witchfinders", a Flintlock Pistol is carried by Alfonso (Stavros Demetraki), the accomplice and bodyguard of King James I (Alan Cumming).
British Heavy Dragoon Pistol - .62 caliber
Alfonso's holstered pistol as he and King James I first encounter the Morax infected villagers.
Alfonso aims his pistol at the Morax infected villagers.
SIG-Sauer P226 (Modified)
In "The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos", Captain Greston Paltraki (Mark Addy) is seen carrying what appears to be a SIG-Sauer P226, heavily modified to look like a futuristic blaster.
A confused Paltraki aims his pistol at The Doctor.
A good side view of the weapon. Notice the trigger guard, indicating the prop is a modified P226.
In "Resolution", British Army soldiers responding to a Dalek are briefly seen carrying the Glock 17 as their sidearms.
A solider armed with a Glock runs away from the attacking Dalek..
Another solider falls clutching his sidearm after being shot by the Dalek.
Colt Police Positive
In "Rosa", the Colt Police Positive appears to be carried by both bus driver James Blake (Trevor White) and Montgomery Police Department officers including Officer Mason (Gareth Marks).
Colt Police Positive with 4" Barrel - .38 Special
Blakes holstered revolver during his first interaction with Rosa Parks.
Officer Mason's holstered Police Positive as he questions The Doctor and Graham in a motel.
A close up of Blakes holstered revolver during his second confrontation with Rosa Parks.
A revolver in the holster of another Montgomery Police Department officer who arrests Rosa Parks.
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III*
In "Demons of the Punjab", the Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* is seen used by Prem (Shane Zaza), Manish (Hamza Jeetooa) and Hindu nationalists during the Partition of India in 1943.
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* - .303 British.
Prem aims his rifle when he, The Doctor and Ryan are transported into the Thijarians ship.
Prem looks over his deceased brother with a bayonetted Lee Enfield whilst deployed in Singapore.
Manish aims Prems rifle at The Doctor.
A Hindu nationalist aims his rifle at Prem.
A closeup of the nationalists rifle.
In "Resolution", British Army soliders responding to a Dalek are seen armed with Enfield L85A2s as their standard battle rifle.
Enfield L85A2, 5.56x45mm NATO
A British Army soldier aims her rifle at the Dalek.
The platoon sergeant (Michael Ballard
) opens fire whilst retreating from the Dalek blasts.
Machine Guns and Autocannons
In "Resolution", one British Army solider responding to a Dalek uses a M249 Para machine gun.
M249 Paratrooper with Picatinny rail and 200-round drum - 5.56x45mm
The solider opens fire on the Dalek with the M249.
The soldier with the M249 retreats after the Dalek opens fire.
L21A1 RARDEN autocannon are mounted on Sabre armoured reconnaissance vehicles, seen in "Resolution" (S11E11).
L21A1 RARDEN mounted on Scimitar light tank - 30x170mm
In "The Ghost Monument", Epzo (Shaun Dooley) is seen carrying a fictional blaster from his homeworld.
Epzo draws his blaster on fellow competitor Engstrom.
A side view of Epzo's blaster as he aims it at Engstrom.
In "Kerblam!", Jarva Slade (Callum Dixon) briefly arms himself with a small fictional blaster that has a detachable power source. The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) later disarms him of it.
Slade loads the blaster in his office.
Slade aims the blaster at The Doctor in the main lobby.
An alternative view of the blaster as Slade is incapacitated by The Doctor.
Stenza Blaster Rifle
In "The Ghost Monument" and "The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos", SniperBots operated by the Stenza are seen armed with fictional blaster rifles. Ryan Sinclair (Tosin Cole), Graham O'Brien (Bradley Walsh) and Andinio (Phyllis Logan) are also briefly seen armed with them.
A closeup of the blaster in the hands of a SniperBot on Desolation.
The SniperBot opens fire on The Doctor and her companions.
Andinio aims the blaster at The Doctor.
Ryan and Graham arm themselves with the blasters whilst rescuing hostages.
. Graham aims the blaster at Tzim-Sha to avenge the death of his wife.
In "The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos", The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) uses several fictional grenades from a Congress of the Nine Planets military ship to rig an ancient artifact.
The Doctor removes the grenades from a backpack.