The Flash - Season 1
The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series The Flash:
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A Beretta 92FS is used by a security guard in "The Fastest Man Alive" and in "Plastique". General Wade Eiling (Clancy Brown) uses one as his sidearm to be a substitute for the actual M9. The Clock King (Robert Knepper) takes one from a disarmed CCPD officer and uses it to seize control of the precinct in "Power Outage". A bank guard uses one before he loses his sidearm at the start of "Flash vs. Arrow".
Current American made Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm. Note the slanted dust cover, recurved backstrap and hex grip screws which distinguish this from earlier versions.
A security guard aims his sidearms at the robbers.
A guard confronts Plastique during a break-in.
General Eiling (Clancy Brown
) slowly draws out his sidearm after getting wounded.
A brainwashed woman picks up the 92FS at the start of "Flash vs. Arrow".
A good closeup of the pistol in "Flash vs. Arrow". CGI was added in postproduction.
General Eiling aims the 92FS at the Flash during a flashback sequence to "Plastique" in "Fallout".
Beretta Px4 Storm
Beretta Px4 Storms were seen in the hands of casino guards in the middle of "Rogue Time".
Beretta PX4 Storm Inox - .40 S&W
A casino guard fires at the Snart siblings in "Rogue Time".
Crossman 2240 CO2 Pistol
A Crossman 2240 pistol in a stainless steel finish is used by Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) loaded with tracking darts in "Grodd Lives".
Barry fires the dart at Grodd.
A CZ-75 is used by a crewman working for Leonard Snart when he decides to go rogue with his fellow crewan near the end of "Going Rogue".
The crewman aims his sidearm at the back of Snart after they realize his plans are insane to pull off.
A Glock 17 was seen unattended at Hex's Gunshop at the start of "The Fastest Man Alive". A two-tone version is used by a suspect fleeing the police at the start of "Things You Can't Outrun".
4th Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm.
A Glock 17 left unattended in "The Fastest Man Alive" with the anti-theft lock still attached.
Glock 17 (3rd Generation) with stainless steel slide - 9x19mm
The armed man opens fire at a CCPD cruiser.
Glock 17 (Full Automatic)
Several Glock 17s were seized from Hex's Gunshop at the start of "The Fastest Man Alive", which were then modifed off-screen to be fired at full automatic mode and used by Danton Black (Michael Christopher Smith). This is is contrary to episode dialog where it mentions six Glock 19s were stolen.
Glock 17 converted to full auto with 33 round magazine - 9x19mm.
Barry drops the seized Glock 17s in front of Detective West.
Danton hunts down Barry while armed with a full auto Glock 17.
Heckler & Koch USP Compact
A Heckler & Koch USP Compact with a stainless slide was used by James Jesse/The Trickster I (Mark Hamill) during a heist near the end of "Tricksters" (S01E17).
Heckler & Koch USP Compact with Stainless slide - .45 ACP.
James threatens party guests with his sidearm. Trivia
: Hamill previously portrayed the Trickster in the 1990 television adaptation of The Flash
, as well as on one episode of the animated series Justice League Unlimited
IMI Desert Eagle
An IMI Desert Eagle is used by Clay Parker (Micah Joe Parker) as his sidearm throughout "Crazy for You".
Desert Eagle Mark XIX with magazine removed - .357 Magnum.
Clay aims the Desert Eagle at disarmed guards during an armored car heist.
Leonard Snart (Wentworth Miller) appears to use a Kimber Warrior as his sidearm in "Going Rogue".
Leonard executes one of his crewmen for trying to defy his orders.
A Makarov PM with a stainless steel finish is used by Dr. Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) as his sidearm.
Makarov PM in Stainless (Baikal Imported Model IJ-70 Pistol) - .380 ACP
Dr. Wells pulls the slide of the pistol after taking it from the safe.
The PM aimed at the ceiling of his residence.
The PM is seen again in Dr. Wells' secret Reverse-Flash hideout.
The SIG-Sauer P226R is used by the Central City Police Department for plainclothes officers.
Detective Fred Chyre (Al Sapienza
) fires his P226R at Clyde Mardon in "Pilot".
The P226R's slide locks back Joe runs out of ammo at the start of "The Flash is Born".
What appears to be a SIG-Sauer P226 is used by Detective West briefly in "Crazy For You". Hannibal Bates, using the face of Barry Allen, brandishes a P226 in the middle of "Who is Harrison Wells".
Detective West with the P226 during a raid.
The fake Barry Allen brandishes the P226 with his left hand.
A SIG-Sauer P228 is now seen in the hands of Detective West, first seen in the middle of "Power Outage". Captain David Singh (Patrick Sabongui) uses one as his sidearm in "Out of Time".
Detective West surrenders his P228 when the Clock King kills a CCPD officer.
Detective West fires his sidearm to save Cisco from Dr. Wells near the end of "The Trap".
The P228 aimed at West thanks to Grodd's psychic influence in "Grodd Lives".
Captain Singh aims his sidearm at Mardon in "Out of Time".
The SIG-Sauer P229 appears to be the sidearm used by Detective Eddie Thawne (Rick Cosnett) when he transferred to the Central City Police Department.
Detective Thawne trains his P229R at Clyde after cornering him near the end of "Pilot".
The P229R locks back after Eddie runs out of ammo at the start of "The Flash is Born".
Thawne aims his sidearm at the Reverse-Flash in "The Man in the Yellow Suit".
The pistol is fired at Eddie's chest to erase Eobard from existence near the end of "Fast Enough".
SIG-Sauer P250 Compact
The SIG-Sauer P250 is seen in the hands of Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell) when his body was under the control of Professor Stein near the end of "The Nuclear Man".
SIG-Sauer P250 Compact - 9x19mm
The P250 Compact held by Ronnie in the outskirts of Central City.
A Taser X2 is used by Dr. Wells in the middle of "Who is Harrison Wells" to take out the fake Barry Allen.
Dr. Wells takes down the fake Barry from the back.
Dr. Wells stares at Caitlin while gripping the taser. Note that it has a black finish.
Chiappa Rhino DS
Clyde Mardon (Chad Rook) uses what appears to be a Chiappa Rhino 20DS at Detectives Chyre and West in "Pilot".
Chiappa Rhino 20DS (2" barrel version) with stainless steel finish and wooden grips - .357 Magnum
Clyde opens fire with the revolver while fleeing capture in "Pilot".
Colt Single Action Army
A Colt Single Action Army is seen drawn in on the signage for Hex's Gunshop at the start of "The Fastest Man Alive".
Replica Colt Single Action Army Revolver - .45 Long Colt. This is the screen used gun, held and worn by Viggo Mortensen in the film Hidalgo
The SAA drawn in on the signage to take the place of the apostrophe.
Smith & Wesson Model 19
A Smith & Wesson Model 19 is used by a robber at the start of "Power Outage".
Smith & Wesson Model 19 with 3" barrel and Pachmayr grips.
Barry has the revolver aimed at him.
Good view of the revolver's Pachmayr grip.
A crewman working for Leonard Snart is armed with a Beretta PM12S at the start of "Going Rogue".
A crewman prepares to move out to intercept the armored van.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Heckler & Koch MP5A3s are used by CCPD SWAT officers, first seen in "Power Outage".
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Navy trigger group, railed handguard, RIS foregrip, and M68 Aimpoint red dot scope - 9x19mm.
A CCPD SWAT operator aims his MP5A3 at the barricaded precient in "Power Outage".
The MP5A3 seen in the hands of a CCPD SWAT officer during a raid in "Flash vs. Arrow".
MP5A3s are aimed by CCPD SWAT operators at the Reverse Flash near the end of "The Man in the Yellow Suit".
Joe aims the MP5A3 at the armored robber via ACOG scope in "Grodd Lives".
An IMI Uzi with a wooden buttstock is seen displayed on the wall of Hex's Gunshop in "The Fastest Man Alive".
IMI Uzi with detachable wood buttstock (late model with cheek cut out in comb) - 9x19mm
The IMI Uzi on the left next to the Type 56-2.
A Kimel AP-9 is used by gunmen working under Marcus Stockheimer in "Crazy for You".
A gunman fires at CPD officers.
A few AR-15-type assault rifles are seen untouched in a broken gun display at Hex's Gunshop in "The Fastest Man Alive".
The AR-15s undisturbed at the shop's gun display case.
The Colt M4A1 is used by American soldiers, first seen in "Plastique". It's used by Federal Reserve Police officers in "Grodd Lives". CCPD SWAT officers use them throughout the season.
Colt M4A1 with 4 position collapsible stock, RIS foregrip, folding rear sight, and ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm
A US Army soldier aims his M4A1 at Plastique during a confrontation.
Soldiers open fire during an incursion into Area 27 near the end of "Fallout".
FRP officers secure the loading docks as an armored truck is loaded with gold bars in "Grodd Lives".
FRP officers engage an armed intruder while firing their M4A1s.
A CPD SWAT officer in an undercover armored truck with the M4A1.
A FN SCAR-L with a black finish is used by Axel Walker/The Trickster II (Devon Graye) during a heist near the end of "Tricksters" (S01E17). The armored robber has one during an attempted heist in "Grodd Lives".
FN SCAR-L STD - 5.56x45mm NATO
Walker aims the SCAR-L at party guests during a heist.
The armored robber advances with the SCAR-L.
Norinco Type 56-2
A Norinco Type 56-2 is seen displayed on the wall of Hex's Gunshop in "The Fastest Man Alive".
Norinco Type 56-2 (side-folding stock variant) - 7.62x39mm
The Type 56-2 seen next to the NDM-86.
What appears to be an FN FAL is seen displayed on the wall of Hex's Gunshop in "The Fastest Man Alive".
FN FAL 50.00 - 7.62x51mm NATO
The FAL next to the NDM-86.
In this shot, you can see the solid stock.
Swedish M41 Mauser
A Swedish M41 Mauser is seen on the right side of the wall in "The Fastest Man Alive".
Swedish M41 Mauser sniper rifle - 6.5x55mm
The M41 on the right side of the wall.
Behind Captain Singh and Detective West.
Another shot of the scene, giving more details to the leftmost rifle.
A Remington 870 with a weaponlight is used by CCPD SWAT officers, first seen in "Flash vs. Arrow". A Remington 870 with a M4-type shoulder stock is used by Detective West as his main weapon in "Grodd Lives".
Remington 870 - 12 gauge.
The shot is blurry due to the movement, but the shot can confirm that the shotgun is a Remington 870.
The brainwashed CCPD SWAT officer aims his shotgun at his fellow officers.
Remington 870 fitted with a pistol grip, Surefire light, and M4-type stock
The shotgun is fired at the fleeing Grodd.
A UTAS UTS-15 is seen in "Grodd Lives" slung at the back of the armored robber, which is never fired.
Gen 2 UTAS UTS-15 - 12 gauge
The shot here shows that it is a UTS-15. Due to the actor/stuntman fast walking from the camera, it's hard to see what the variant is.
A Norinco NDM-86 is seen displayed on the wall of Hex's Gunshop in "The Fastest Man Alive".
Norinco NDM-86 - .308 Winchester / 7.62x51mm NATO
The NDM-86 seen next to the Type 56-2.
What appears to be a Norinco QBU-88 is seen displayed on the wall of Hex's Gunshop in "The Fastest Man Alive".
The QBU-88 is seen with a riflescope, magazine and bipod attached.
A Browning M2 was seen in a US Army Humvee when soldiers attempt to intercept Firestorm near the end of "Fallout".
Soldiers bail out of the Humvee after Firestorm launches a fire attack on the vehicle.
An AT4 was used by a US Army soldier in "Fallout" loaded with a special white phosphorus round.
M136 AT4 Anti-Tank recoilless launcher - 84mm
The AT4 aimed at the Flash after he breaches Area 27.
A M72 LAW is used by an armored robber at the start of "Grodd Lives".
M72 LAW with rocket - 66mm.
The LAW aimed at a FRP vehicle.
FN Mk 13 Mod 0
A FN Mk 13 Mod 0 mounted underneath the barrel of a FN SCAR-L with a black finish is used by Axel Walker/The Trickster II during a heist near the end of "Tricksters". The armored robber has one during an attempted heist in "Grodd Lives".
FN40GL mounted on FN SCAR-L STD - 40x46mm & 5.56x45mm NATO
Walker aims the Mk 13 Mod 0 at party guests during a heist.
The UBGL seen underneath the barrel of the SCAR-L.
Captain Cold's Cold Gun
Leonard Snart, A.K.A. Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) is seen wielding a custom gun that fires a "beam" of ice. The weapon was created by Cisco Ramon.
Captain Cold aims his Cold gun on The Flash in "Revenge of the Rogues".
Captain Cold fires his Cold gun at the CCPD in a production photo.
Snart interrogates Cisco while holding the Cold Gun near the end of "Rogue Time".
Heatwave's handheld flamethrower
Mick Rory, A.K.A. Heatwave (Dominic Purcell) wields a customised handheld flamethrower given to him by Leonard Snart. It, like the Cold Gun, was also created by Cisco Ramon.
The CAA Tactical RONI-G1 with weaponlight, red dot sight, and 3x magnifier, shown here with a Glock 17
Heatwave holds his customized Flamethrower in "Revenge of the Rogues". You can partially see that the pistol grip is from a Glock.
Heatwave holds his customized Flamethrower on the CCPD in a production photo.
Lisa Snart's Golden Gun
Lisa Snart (Peyton List) uses a Golden Gun that can freeze things solid made by Cisco. It first appeared in "Rogue Time".
Lisa aims the Golden Gun at casino patrons.
Lisa threatens Prism in "Rogue Air".
Cisco's Freeze Rifle
Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes) demonstrate a prototype freeze rifle he made in STARS Labs in order to demonstrate the usefulness of anti-freeze ballistic shields in "Revenge of the Rogues".
Cisco shows CCPD officers the freeze rifle and the coolant pack on his back.
Cisco shouldering the rifle. it appears to be based on an aftermarket SKS stock.
Another shot of the rifle. You can see that the trigger and the guard is removed. In its place is a nozzle lever that you see with spray guns.
Hex's Gunshop rifles
A variety of rifles are seen at the shelves in Hex's Gunshop in "The Fastest Man Alive".
The rifles seen in the shelves.
Oneida Eagle Kestrel
The Oneida Eagle Kestrel is used by Oliver briefly in Central City throughout "Flash vs. Arrow".
Oliver practices aiming the Kestrel.
Martin Saber Take-Down
The Martin Saber Take-Down is seen near the end of "Rogue Air" after Oliver is summoned to Central City.
Oliver raises the Take-Down at Eobard Thawne.