Dukes of Hazzard, The (TV series)

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The Dukes of Hazzard (1979-1985).

The Dukes of Hazzard is a television comedy that starred John Schneider and Tom Wopat as Bo and Luke Duke, two brothers who spend their time evading the law enforcement officers of Hazzard County while thwarting the plans of their nemesis Boss Hogg. The series would also spawn a 2005 feature film adaptation and a 2007 prequel.


The following weapons were used in the television series The Dukes of Hazzard:

Contents


Handguns

Smith & Wesson Model 10

In the pilot episode, Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane (James Best) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 10 before switching to the Model 15 he uses throughout the rest of the series. Quint McQuade (Cliff Peellow) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 10 in Episode 3 when he goes to Hazzard County to get his money back from Mary Kaye Porter (Jeanne Wilson). Rocky Marlowe's thugs, Herky (Bob Hoy) and Manny (Pat Renella) also use Model 10s in Episode 10. The leader (Leonard Stone) of the bank-robbing gang in Enos Strate to the Top uses a Model 10. Deputy Cletus Hogg (Rick Hurst) carries a Model 10 during his run on the series in the second, third, and fourth seasons. In "The Hazzardville Horror", a two-man burglary gang dressing as plumbers carries a Model 10. The Finchburg sheriff (Ross Elliott) in Baa, Baa, White Sheep carries a Model 10.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 - .38 Special
Rosco fires a Model 10 when Daisy steals his patrol car in the pilot episode.
McQuade aims his Model 10.
McQuade searches for the Dukes with his Model 10 drawn.
Boss Hogg pushes away McQuade's Model 10 as he talks about his dislike of shooting in Hazzard County.
Manny and Herky get their Model 10s from their case.
Manny and Herky check their Model 10s.
A villain raises his Model 10 to knock out Jesse in Treasure of Hazzard.
The bank robber with his Model 10 and a megaphone, negotiating the release of Daisy with the Dukes.
One of the burglars posing as a plumber with his Model 10 drawn.
The Model 10 knocked out of the burglar's hand by Bo.
The Finchburg sheriff with his Model 10 on Abraham Lincoln Hogg.

Smith & Wesson Model 15

The standard sidearm of Hazzard County Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane (James Best) is an ivory-gripped Smith & Wesson Model 15. His deputy, Enos Strate (Sonny Shroyer), also carries a standard Model 15. A villain in The Great Santa Claus Chase holds a Model 15 on the Dukes.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 - .38 Special
Enos practices his draw in the pilot episode.
Rosco arrests Quint McQuade in Episode 3.
Rosco attempts to apprehend Roxanne in Episode 5.
Rosco with his Model 15 in Episode 8.
Rosco approaches Boss Hogg with his Model 15 drawn in Episode 12.
Rosco with his Model 15 in "The Hazardville Horror".
A villain aims his Model 15 at the Dukes.

Smith & Wesson Model 29

Lester Star's (Ronnie Schell) bodyguard Jojo (Wallace Marck) carries two Smith & Wesson Model 29 revolvers in a shoulder rig in Episode 2. Luke Duke (Tom Wopat) briefly disarms him of them and uses them to intimidate Star, but is forced to leave them when the police raid the recording studio.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 Magnum.
Jojo shows Bo and Luke his Model 29s.
Luke confronts Star with Jojo's Model 29s.
Mason Dixon with his Model 29.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snubnose

Leo (Colby Chester) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 66 with white grips in Episode 3 when he accompanies Quint McQuade to Hazzard County.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub with 2" barrel & custom grips.
Leo and McQuade fire at the Dukes.
Leo fires his Model 66 at Luke.
Leo hides in the woods from Bo and Luke.
Leo runs through the woods.

Star Model BM

Manny's girlfriend carries a Star Model BM in Episode 4 until she is tackled by Bo and Luke. ATF agent Roxanne Huntley (Carlene Watkins) carries a Model BM in Episode 5. She is briefly disarmed by Luke after she attempts to capture them, but she later uses the gun to attempt to arrest them at the end of the episode.

Star Model BM - 9mm
Manny's girlfriend searches for the Dukes.
Luke wrestles the pistol from her hand, explaining that the Dukes can't use guns since they're on probation.
Luke takes Roxanne's Star Model BM.
As Roxanne exits the General Lee, she accidentally holds her pistol on Rosco, forcing him to take her into custody.
Roxanne confronts Bo, Luke, and Uncle Jesse in the finale of the episode.

Single Action Army

One of Boss Hogg's guards (Gordon Hurst) at the chop shop in Episode 9 uses a Single Action Army. Harkness' men in the 2nd season episode Gold Fever Buck (Bruce M. Fischer) and Dusty (Hunter von Leer) also carry Single Action Army's.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model - .45 Long Colt
Boss's man watches the gate with his SAA.
Buck and Dusty hold their SAAs on Boss Hogg.
Rosco looks at Dusty's SAA.
Buck shoots out the tires of the police cars.

Colt Detective Special (3rd Generation)

Two of the workers at Boss Hogg's chop shop in Episode 9 use third-generation Colt Detective Special revolvers. All the stereotypical mobsters in The Meeting carry third-generation Detective Specials (including one played by Marc Lawrence), as well as many other villains in the second and third seasons.

Colt Detective Special 3rd Gen - .38 Special
One of Boss's men holds his revolver on the Dukes.
Another worker holds his gun on the Dukes later in the episode.
A mobster uses his Colt DS to tap on a table where he believes the Dukes to be hiding.
The mobsters with their guns (Marc Lawrence is the one second to the right).
A mobster holds his gun on Cooter.
Cletus and Cooter with the mobsters' Detective Specials.
A villain fires his Colt Detective Special.
Another villain checks his Colt DS in his car as they chase the Dukes.
One of the mobsters trying to fix the fight in And in This Corner, Luke Duke, Culpepper, convinces Luke to ride with them.
Another mobster in And In This Corner, Luke Duke fires his Detective Special.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

One of the workers at Boss Hogg's chop shop in Episode 9 draws a Smith & Wesson Model 36 on the Dukes when they show up with their bows.

Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Another worker aims at Bo and Luke.

Colt Detective Special (1st Generation)

Mary Beth (Stella Parton) carries a Colt Detective Special (1st Generation) while posing as a police officer from Springfield in Episode 10, but Rocky Marlowe (Leo Gordon) takes it and fires at her and the Dukes. A bank robber in the Season 3 episode Enos Strate to the Top has a nickel Detective Special. In The Late J.D. Hogg, Linc McKay carries a nickel Colt DS. A bank robber in Mrs. Rosco P. Coltrane carries a nickel Detective Special in a shoulder holster.

Colt Detective Special 1st Gen - .38 Special
Mary Beth holds her Colt DS on Rocky Marlowe.
The bank robber holds his Detective Special on the guard.
The bank robber holds his Detective Special on the Dukes.
McKay fires his Colt at the Dukes.
A bank robber searches for the Dukes in the woods.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snubnose

H.H. Harkness (Curtis Credel) carries a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snub in the 2nd season episode Gold Fever. The female villain Stacy Williams (Doris Dowling) in Treasure of Hazzard carries a nickel Model 10 snub also.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver Snub Nose (2" barrel) - .38 Special
Harkness with his Model 10 and Buck with his SAA.
Stacy approaches the Dukes with her Model 10 drawn.
Stacy holds Laura hostage with her Model 10.

M1911A1

In The Meeting, Cooter Davenport (Ben Jones) finds a nickel M1911A1 in one of the mobster's cars.

Nickel-plated Rock Island Armory M1911A1 w/ pearl grips - .45 ACP
Cooter shows Bo and Luke the M1911A1.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snubnose

Big Jim Downey (George Murdock) pulls a Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snubnose on Boss Hogg in Granny Annie.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose.
Big Jim threatens Boss Hogg.

Beretta 950 Jetfire

Con man Roger Blevin (Simon MacCorkindale), posing as "Gaylord Duke" (an English member of the Duke family), briefly uses a Beretta 950 Jetfire to threaten the Dukes.

Beretta Jetfire .25 ACP‎
"Gaylord" holds Bo and Luke with his Beretta Jetfire.

Smith & Wesson Model 586

Dr. James Fenwick (Whit Bissell) in Treasure of Hazzard uses a Smith & Wesson Model 586.

Smith & Wesson Model 586 - .357 Magnum
Dr. Fenwick threatens the Dukes with his Model 586 drawn.

Colt Official Police

Deputy Enos State (Sonny Shroyer) uses a Colt Official Police in Officer Daisy Duke. Daisy (Catherine Bach), as a deputy, takes his Official Police when he is wounded but it is taken by her kidnappers. When Sheriff Byrd (Dick Sargent) was briefly introduced to replace Rosco, he too carried an Official Police. It is also the sidearm of Texas Ranger Jude Emery (John Shearin) during his episode. Sheriff Buster Moon (James Hampton), another potential Rosco replacement, uses an Official Police in his episode.

Colt Official Police 5" Barrel
Enos aims his Official Police.
Daisy looks for the criminals with Enos' Official Police.
Sheriff Byrd with his Official Police.
Sheriff Moon with his Official Police.
Sheriff Moon fires his Official Police into the air (eight times, strange for a revolver with a six-round capacity).

Star Model B

Some of the drug smugglers in Mason Dixon's Girls carry Star Model B pistols (most likely to stand in for M1911A1s).

Star Model B Pistol, blued finish - 9mm
A drug smuggler with his Model B.
The drug smugglers with their guns drawn.
The drug smuggler fires his Model B out the car window at the Dukes.


Rifles

Trapdoor Springfield Rifle

Jesse Duke (Denver Pyle) keeps a Trapdoor Springfield Rifle hung in his kitchen.

Springfield Model 1888 "Trapdoor Springfield" - .45-70
The rifle sits above the kitchen table as Luke, Daisy, and Bo eat sandwiches in Episode 4.

bolt-action sniper rifle

A mob hitman in the 2nd season episode Witness for the Persecution carries a bolt-action sniper rifle, assembling it inside a car in one scene.

The mobsters look for Boss Hogg.
The hitman attaches the rifle's barrel.
The hitman aims at the Duke farm.

Winchester Model 1873

Jesse Duke (Denver Pyle) fires a Winchester Model 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine to cover Bo and Luke's escape in Witness for the Persecution. A drug smuggler in Mason Dixon's Girls also fires one during the chase scene.

Winchester 1873 Saddle Ring Carbine - .44-40
Uncle Jesse fires his Winchester.
A drug smuggler fires his Winchester out the car window.

suppressed rifle

The girls that strip cars in Arrest Jesse Duke use a suppressed rifle to force the cars off the road.

The rifle shoots a car's engine.

Non Gun Bolt-Action Rifle

The bank robbers' ringleader (Leonard Stone) uses a non gun bolt-action rifle when looking for the Dukes in Enos State to the Top. I don't know if there is a Non Gun Bolt-Action Rifle, but it looks fake to me. (The rifle looks like an old Stevens Gallery Gun, which was a .22 Short bolt action with a deep recessed crown.)

The gang leader looks for the Dukes outside their house.
The gang leader fires at the Dukes' house.
Daisy looks at the rifle once the barrel is bent in a car accident with the Dukes.


Shotguns

Ithaca 37

Big John (Claude Humphrey), one of Manny's gang, fires an Ithaca 37 at the Dukes in Episode 4.

Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 gauge
Big John blows open a fence with his Ithaca shotgun.

Browning Auto-5

Several Browning Auto-5 shotguns are used throughout the show, some with raised-ribbing barrels. Rosco (James Best) carries an Auto-5 when he and Boss Hogg go "undercover" to catch the Dukes making moonshine in Episode 5.

Browning Auto 5 - 12 gauge
Boss and Rosco with their shotguns.

Remington 870 Wingmaster

Boss Hogg (Sorrell Booke) has a Remington 870 Wingmaster when going "undercover" in Episode 5. Agent Callas (Bill Cort) and Agent Swan (Bob Shaw) each carry an 870 in Episode 6 when arresting the Dukes for running guns. Jesse Duke (Denver Pyle) also handles one when Bo and Luke are suspected of robbery in Episode 8, but it is taken by Neil Bishop (Fred McCarran).

Remington 870 Wingmaster - 12 gauge
Boss and Rosco with their shotguns.
Agents Callas and Swan with their shotguns as Rosco goes to open the truck.
Rosco arrests the Dukes as agent Swan stands behind him with a shotgun.
Jesse meets his nephews with his shotgun in hand.
Neil holds the shotgun on Jesse and Daisy.
Neil holds the Duke family hostage inside their house.

High Standard FLITE KING K-120

The bank robbers (Arte Johnson) and (Avery Schreiber) use High Standard FLITE KING K-120 shotguns during their robbery of the Hazzard County Bank in Episode 13. Tom Colt (Burton Gilliam) is later given the shotgun to hold by the bank robbers.

High Standard FLITE KING K-120 Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
The bank robbers with their High Standard FLITE KING K-120's.
A bank robber approaches Daisy with his shotgun.
Tom Colt holds the High Standard FLITE KING K-120 shotgun.

sawed-off double-barreled shotgun

A member of Snake Harmon's gang trailed by Jude Emery in the second season uses a sawed-off double-barreled shotgun.

A member of Snake's gang raises his shotgun.

double-barreled shotgun

Many farmers on the show can be seen using double-barreled shotguns, including Jesse Duke (Denver Pyle). A villain in The Great Santa Claus Chase also carries one.

Jeb McCobb (Walter Barnes) holds his shotgun on the Dukes in Treasure of Hazzard.
Uncle Jesse with his shotgun.
Uncle Jesse holds his shotgun as he yells at Bo and Luke in the third season.
Uncle Jesse walks Bo to the General Lee, shotgun in hand.
Rosco (James Best) holds Boss Hogg's (Sorrell Booke) shotgun in "The Hazzardville Horror".
A villain in the Christmas episode jumps out of the trees, holding his shotgun on the Dukes.


Miscellaneous

M1928A1 Thompson

An M1928A1 Thompson can be spotted under the Uzis in the mobsters' car in The Meeting.

1928A1 Thompson with 30-round magazine .45 ACP
A Thompson is under the Uzis and shotguns.

Boss Hogg's gun collection

Boss Hogg (Sorrell Booke) keeps a collection of long guns on a wall in his office, two rifles and a pump shotgun. The shotgun appears to be a High Standard, similar to the one used by the bank robbers in Episode 13.

Boss talks on the phone with his guns behind him.
Boss's guns are on the wall behind him as he talks to Rosco.

Uzi

Several Uzi submachine guns are seen in Swamp Molly's truck, driven by Luke in Episode 6. Two Uzis with brown stocks, similar to the ones in Swamp Molly, are seen in The Meeting.

IMI Uzi - 9mm
Several Uzis are inside the back of the truck, unbeknownst to Luke.
An Uzi with a brown stock is seen by Rosco when he opens the truck. Several M16s are also present.
At least two Uzis are seen in the mobsters' mob cache in The Meeting.

M16

Several MGC M16 replica assault rifles are seen in Swamp Molly's truck, driven by Luke in Episode 6. The two drug smugglers in Mason Dixon's Girls, Beckett and Moss, each have M16 replicas.

MGC M16
Some of the many M16s being illegally transported by Luke.
Beckett and Moss show up with their M16s.
Mason Dixon knocks out Beckett and Moss.

MP40

An MP40 is seen hanging on the side of Swamp Molly's truck in Episode 6.

MP40 submachine gun - 9mm
Rosco and Bo stare in disbelief at the amount of guns in the truck.



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