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Flashpoint Title Card
Country CAN.jpg Canada
Channel CTV
Creator Mark Ellis
Stephanie Morgenstern
Genre Crime
Broadcast 2008-2012
No. of Seasons 5
No. of Episodes 75
Main Cast
Character Actor
Gregory "Greg" Parker Enrico Colantoni
Edward "Ed" Lane Hugh Dillon
Julianna "Jules" Callaghan Amy Jo Johnson
Sam Braddocl David Paetkau
Michaelangelo "Spike" Scarlatti Sergio Di Zio
Rafik "Raf" Rousseau Clé Bennett

The following weapons were used in the television series Flashpoint:



Luger P08

The hostage taker in the first episode shoots a woman in the back with a Luger P08 and holds another woman at gunpoint with it before being shot by Ed Lane's sniper rifle. The man's son also uses a Luger in the Season 1 finale to hold Lane up before he is killed by Braddock with his Remington 700PSS.

Luger P08 9x19mm
The deranged man hold a woman hostage with his Luger P08 9mm
The deranged man using the woman as a human shield to a police officer with Luger in hand.
The man's son holds his Luger on Ed Lane.
Seconds before Braddock takes his shot.

Glock 17

Glock 17 second generations with tactical flashlights are the issued sidearms of the SRU team through the series. Other police officers are also frequently seen with Glock 17s as well.

Glock 17 2nd generation - 9mm.
An officer draws his Glock 17 on the deranged man holding a woman hostage with a Luger.
Juliana draws her Glock 17 on Braddock thinking he is pulling a gun.
FPS view of Sam Braddock's Glock 17 in CQB course with night vision goggles.
Sam takes out the last surprise target with a well aimed shot from his Glock 17.
Seen in episode 8.
Ed Lane with a Glock 17 in "Eagle Two", Season 2, Episode 1.

By the second episode "Backwards Day", Season two, many of the Glocks are now 3rd generations and are outfitted with tactical flashlights.

Glock 17 3rd generation - 9mm.
Eddie with his G17 fitted with flashlight.
Sgt. Gregory Parker (Enrico Colantoni) with his Glock drawn in "Backwards Day".
Sam Braddock with a tactical Glock.
Sgt. Parker's Glock in his holster.

By the third episode "Haunting The Barn", we finally see Sgt. Parker draw his Glock. We also see Ed Lane has been outfitted with one of these Glocks.

Sgt. Parker with his Glock 17 drawn.
Sgt. Parker aims his Glock 17.
An officer points his Glock while hiding behind a riot shield. Based on the muzzle diameter, this looks like an airsoft prop.
Ed Lane aims his Glock.
Ed Lane places his Glock on the floor.

Ed Lane uses his Glock to kill Mischa the Russian hostage taker in Episode 6 "The Fortress".

Ed shoots Mischa from behind his riot shield. Based on the muzzle diameter, this might be a .40 caliber Glock 22. Or it could be a trick of the close camera.
A cop's Glock 17 is bagged after it is used to shoot the gun-wielding student in Episode 11 "Perfect Storm".

Glock 26

Juliana's sidearm is a Glock 26. This gun was likely chosen because Amy Jo Johnson's hands were too small to hold the full sized Glock 17 so the subcompact model was selected.

Glock 26 - 9mm.
Juliana with a Glock 26 in "Eagle Two", Season 1, Episode 10.

In Season 2, Episode 2 "Clean Hands", Agent Delia Semple (Kari Matchett) shoots the foreign serial killer with her Glock 26.

Agent Semple shoots the serial killer with her Glock 26 in the parking garage.
Semple's Glock 26 rolls away when she is shot by Officer Donna Sabine (Jessica Steen).

Smith & Wesson 5904

In episode "First in Line" (S01E02) when a man (Henry Czerny) becomes enraged that his daughter can't get a new heart, he draws a Smith & Wesson 5904 off a hospital guard and begins a standoff. He accidentally scores a non-fatal shot on an officer after less lethal is ordered to stop him when he reveals the safety is on, and then turns it off and hits an officer's vest.

Late Model Smith & Wesson 5904 - 9mm. The early model 5904 pistols had the finger step trigger guard, but S&W changed it to the rounded trigger guard for 'ease of production'.
Close up of Smith & Wesson 5904 9mm
The outraged father aims his Smith & Wesson 5904 9mm at the heart transplant patient

Taurus Judge .410/.45 LC

In Season 1 episode 3, a Taurus Judge is used by drug dealer Sean Keenan (Alex Poch-Goldin). He calls it the "Jury", and mentions it "Takes 5 rounds, shotgun, single bore." It is actually a Taurus Judge firing the very slim .410 shotgun round and can also accept .45 LC rounds.

Taurus Judge .410 shotgun/.45 Long Colt
Drug lord Kennon aims his Taurus Judge
Drug lord Kennon prepares to fire his Taurus Judge

Smith & Wesson 5906

In season 1 episode 4, " Asking for Flowers", a Smith & Wesson 5906 with a rounded trigger guard (yes, they can have different trigger guards and be the same model) was used by the outraged woman, Rebecca Kessfield (Chandra West). The gunman who wounds Ed Lane in the Season 4 premiere "Personal Effects" is also armed with a 5906.

Smith & Wesson 5906 9mm
Rebecca Kessfield (Chandra West) aims her 5906.
Rebecca Kessfield (Chandra West) loads up her 5906.

Beretta 92FS

A Beretta 92FS is used by the bank robber in "Who's George?" (S1E5). It is also used by the suicidal veteran SRU officer in "Haunting The Barn" (S1E12).

Beretta 92FS 9mm.
The bank robber holds his Beretta 92FS to a hostage.
Daniel (Ron Lea) points his Beretta 92FS at an officer.
Daniel points his Beretta 92FS at the door of the safe room. .
Daniel fires the Beretta through the the door. Note blank round ejecting.
Daniel stares at his smoking Beretta.
Daniel holds the Beretta to his head.

A Beretta is seen in a Russian hostage taker's car during "The Fortress"(S1E2).

A Beretta in the Russian's car.

One is seen in "Clean Hands"(S2E3), used by Walter Volcek (Peter Outerbridge), the father of a victim of a serial killer to try get revenge. It should be noted that he racks the slide at least three times throughout the episode before he shoots it, and when he does it appears to fire full auto, though it might just have been full auto sound effects.

Ed was returning fire with bursts from his MP5. That's where the automatic sounds came from, if you listen close you can hear Volcek firing semi auto. --Crazycrankle 00:50, 24 October 2010 (UTC)
Walter retrieves his Beretta from a hidden compartment in the ceiling.
Walter fires his Beretta at SRU, eyes closed.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Seen in Season 1, Episode 6 "Attention Shoppers" is a Smith & Wesson Model 36 owned by a female gang member, which is taken by an innocent girl that was bullied and used against them.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special.

A Model 36 is used to hold a man hostage by Brian Bauman (Hugh Thompson) in Season 2, episode 5 "Business As Usual".

Brian with his Smith & Wesson Model 36.
Brian comes to surrender.

Unknown old fashion revolver

In Season 1, Episode 7, "He Knows His Brother", RJ Strachan (Tyler Hynes) uses a nickel plated Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3 revolvers that according to the dialogue was carried by his great-grand father and his grandfather.

Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3 - .45 Schofield.

SIG-Sauer P226R

A Russian hostage taker is seen using a SIG-Sauer P226R in Season 2, Episode 6 "The Fortress".

SIG-Sauer P226R - 9mm.
The Russian's SIG P226 pointed at a friend of the father of the house.
A gangsta wields his P226 while hunting his man in the hospital.

SIG-Sauer P228

The leader of the female gang uses a SIG-Sauer P228 in Season 1, episode 6.

SIG-Sauer P228 - 9mm.
The gang leader loads up her SIG P228.

CornerShot with Glock attachment

Seen being used by Ed Lane in season 1 episode 9 "Planets Aligned" is a CornerShot, both with and without an ACOG scope (which is rather useless on a CornerShot anyway). A Glock 17 is fitted on the end.


IMI Desert Eagle Mark VII

An IMI Desert Eagle Mark VII chambered in .44 Magnum is used by Russian hostage taker Mischa in Season 2, episode 6 "The Fortress".

IMI Desert Eagle Mark VII - .44 Magnum.
Mischa fires his Desert Eagle at SRU.
Mischa holds his Desert Eagle on the little boy.
Mischa's Desert Eagle laying on the floor after he is shot in the head by Ed Lane. Pretty huge gun.

IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX

One of the men who takes Justin Fraser's (Ryan Kennedy) wife hostage holds a chrome plated IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX .50 AE to her head in Season 2, Episode 10 "Remote Control".

IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX Chrome - .50 AE.
The scope rails are not visible in this shot but they are there.
A Desert Eagle lies with other weapons inside a case in Season 3, Episode 14 "The Other Lane".

Beretta 84BB

Michael McKewon uses a Beretta 84BB "Cheetah" during the bank robbery in Season 2, Episode 10 "Remote Control". It is later taken by Justin Fraser (Ryan Kennedy). In Season 3, episode 2, the kidnapper had also had a Beretta Mdl. 84BB. They even ID the caliber as .380 ACP.

Beretta Mdl. 84BB - .380 ACP.
McKewon keeps his Beretta 84BB tucked in the small of his back.
McKewon holds his Beretta 84BB on the people in the bank, holding it in typical criminal manners such as "gangster style" and aiming way above his eye line at a downward angle.
McKewon aiming his Beretta 84BB.
McKewon holds his Beretta 84BB on Fraser.
Close up on the Beretta 84BB.

Colt M1991A1 Officers ACP

One of the hostage takers in Season 2, Episode 10 "Remote Control" is seen using a Colt Officers ACP fitted with night sights.

Colt Officers ACP - .45 ACP.
A hostage taker armed with Colt Officers ACP.

Smith & Wesson Model 686

The bullied high school student in Season 2, Episode 11 "Perfect Storm" steals a Smith & Wesson Model 686 with a 3" barrel from a box under his Dad's bed before taking it to his school.

Smith & Wesson Model 686P 3" barrel - .357 Magnum.
The student steals his father's Smith & Wesson Model 686 from a box under his bed.
The student points his Smith & Wesson Model 686 at the kid who PodCasted him crying.
Seen on a student's iPhone.
A Forensic Examiner checks the Smith & Wesson Model 686.

Heckler & Koch USP

In season 2 episode 17, "The Good Citizen", a drug dealer uses a Heckler & Koch USP to threaten Robert Cooper, who seizes it and becomes a vigilante.

Heckler & Koch USP with two-tone finish - .45 ACP


An M1911 with pearl grips was seen in season 3, episode 7.


Beretta 92 Inox

A Beretta 92FS Inox is used by a man who is trying to protect his brother from a gang in season 2 episode 13, "Exit Wounds". One of arms dealer Mark Watson's henchmen in season 3 episode 14, "The Other Lane" fires a 92FS Inox at the SRU team as they enter his house. Corporate robber Jamie Dee (Brent Dier) also uses an Inox during season 4 episode 3, "Run Jamie Run".

Beretta 92FS Inox 9x19mm
The henchman waits for the SRU to approach the front door.
The 92FS Inox runs out of bullets.


While talking to Watson, Roy Lane inspects a revolver in season 3 episode 14, "The Other Lane".


Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Sgt. Gregory Parker regularly has two or more officers armed with H&K MP5A3s with tri-rails, Navy trigger groups, and forward grips at his side. For some reason SRU officers feel the need to grab the magazine even though they have perfectly good vertical foregrips (Actually I checked its only the one actor who does that, everyone else uses the foregrip). They also rarely feel the need to rest stock against shoulder, as they are often seen holding the stock a good 6 inches away from their body.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9mm.
Eddie with his MP5A3 in promotional still.
Ed Lane armed with an H&K MP5A3.
Ed Lane and Julianna with MP5A3s.
Lewis 'Lew' Young (Mark Taylor) searches rooms armed with an MP5A3 in "Eagle Two", Season 2, Episode 1.
Lew with his MP5A3. Through out the series, none of the officers use the foregrips like they should. Instead they hold the guns by the magazines, which leads to unreliable feeding.
Jules with an MP5A3 in Season 2, Episode 2, "Backwards Day".
Note the Navy trigger group.
Jules with an MP5A3.

Notabley used by Ed Lane and SRU in Episode 4.

Ed Lane with a Navy trigger group MP5A3.
Extreme FPS view.
Mike 'Spike' Scarlatti (Sergio Di Zio) aims his SEF MP5A3.

Ed Lane is seen using one in Season 2, Episode 6 "The Fortress" with a Navy Trigger group, although switches to his Glock so he can carry a riot shield.

Ed Lane with his MP5A3.
Kevin 'Wordy' Wordsworth (Michael Cram) aiming his MP5A3 in Season 2, Episode 7 "Clean Hands".

Jules and Braddock use MP5A3s during Season 2, Episode 11 "Perfect Storm".

Jules with an MP5A3 in "Perfect Storm".
Braddock with an MP5A3 in "Perfect Storm".

For whatever reason Ed gradually stops using an MP5A3 over season 3 in favor of his Glock. Notably in one episode his foregrip disappeared in the middle of the episode only to reappear seconds later.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

Several Heckler & Koch MP5A2s are seen on a gun rack in the police station.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 - 9mm.
Two MP5A2s are seen to the right of Kira (Pascale Hutton).

Heckler & Koch UMP

A Heckler & Koch UMP is also seen on a gun rack in the police station. A member of SRU Team 4 is also briefly seen with a UMP in season 3 episode 12, "Follow the Leader."

Heckler & Koch UMP-45 - .45 ACP.
A UMP is seen behind Kira.
A SRU officer walks by with an UMP in "Follow the Leader".

IMI Micro Uzi

A Micro Uzi is accidentally fired by arms dealer Nick Watson's henchman in season 3 episode 14, "The Other Lane". Both Watson and Roy Lane later use the same weapon for the remainder of the episode, only used by Watson to shoot Lane in a concealed bulletproof vest at point-blank range while surrounded by the SRU. A Micro-Uzi is also used by Tyler Hewitt (Daniel Fathers) during a kidnapping in season 4 episode 4, "Through a Glass Darkly".

Micro Uzi with 15 round magazine - 9x19mm
Mark Watson aims the Micro Uzi.
Roy Lane threatens Watson with the Micro Uzi.


Another of Watson's henchmen uses a full-sized Uzi in "The Other Lane".

IMI Uzi 9x19mm
The henchman retreats back into a room with the Uzi in hand.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Watson holds a Heckler & Koch MP5K in one hand when he is in a standoff with the SRU.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - version with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm.
Watson points the MP5K.
Lane inspects a MP5K in a storage container.


Watson also holds a Polish-designed PM-98 in his other hand during the same scene.

PM-98 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Watson holds the PM-98 in his left hand.


Remington 870

Seen in episode 9, season 1 to use as a door breaching weapon is a Remington 870 police magnum.

Remington 870 with early style Black Synthetic Riot foregrips and buttstock - 12 gauge.

Seen in episode 4, season 2 in the station's armory.

Two Remington 870s are seen in the station's armory.
Better shot.

Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser"

One of the Russian hostage takers in Season 2, episode 6 "The Fortress" uses a Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser".

Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" - 12 Gauge.
The Russian points his Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser".
The Russian with his Compact Cruiser.
The Russian points his Compact Cruiser.

Unknown Shotguns

During Season 3, episode 3, the SRU used shotguns with rubber bullets. Some of them look like Remington 870s.

- Looking at the muzzle they look kind of like TOZ-194s perhaps?



During Season 4, episode 15, the SRU tries to save Parker, who is being suspended by a rope attached to a pulley, being held by a former cop.


Remington 700PSS

Snipers Ed Lane (Hugh Dillon), Juliana Callaghan (Amy Jo Johnson), Kevin Wordsworth (Michael Cram) and Sam Braddock (David Paetkau) use Remington 700PSS rifles chambered in .308 caliber (Despite their stock slung ammo being .300 Win Mag).

Remington 700PSS in .300 magnum.
Juliana with her Remington 700PSS .308 (note .300 Win Mag rounds on stock)
Juliana checks the chamber of her Remington 700PSS before putting it away
Sam Braddock aims through the scope of his Remington 700PSS
Braddock aims his Remington 700PSS in Season 2, Episode 4 "Between Heartbeats".
Another shot of his Remington 700PSS. Note how his scope is hilariously mounted upside down.
Ed Lane with a Remington 700PSS.
Braddock aiming his Remington 700PSS.
Ed Lane aims his Remington 700PSS in Season 2, Episode 7 "Clean Hands".
Braddock sights in his Remington 700PSS in Season 2, Episode 10 "Remote Control".


Several officers use M4A1 carbine assault rifles as standard-issue weapons. Juliana uses one in the second episode to watch over a father with a gun in the hospital. It is fitted with a red-dot sight but when she looks through it, it incorrectly has a sniper reticule instead. By episode seven, just about all the main officers have used M4A1s. The props weapons used are not the similar Canadian-made Diemaco C8 carbine, which would be more appropriate for a Canadian SWAT team to use, since Diemaco (now Colt Canada) does not sell its weapons to civilian companies (including the armorers who worked on the show). Sam also uses a M4A1 in the Season 3 episode "The Other Lane".

M4A1 5.56x45mm
Juliana aims her M4A1 at the outraged father in episode two.
Juliana leaves with her M4A1 in hand
As you can clearly see in this production still the weapon is a Classic Army which is an airsoft
Roy Lane inspects a M4A1 carbine in S03E14, "The Other Lane".

Colt Commando

Several Colt Commando rifles with large muzzle breaks are seen in the police station armory in Episode 4, Season 2.

Commercial CAR-15 - 5.56x45mm.
Seen left.

Heckler & Koch G3

In season 2, episode 4, the son of the shooter in the first episode uses a Heckler & Koch G3 rifle (specific make unknown [i would say it´s a G3 SG1 because of the Bipod]) to snipe people from city hall. Braddock can identify this rifle by simply looking at the shell casing, because the "HK G3" and other CETME variants leave stripes on the shell casings, a feature caused by the fluted chamber.

Also at the range the sniper seem to have picked would have made his scope a very bad choice, despite the zoom in the scene isn't where he is supposed to be, it's too close for the sight to see his target that clearly. He was on the roof of city hall.

Heckler & Koch G3SG/1 - 7.62x51mm NATO
The sniper aims his Heckler & Koch G3 at the episode's intro.
Good shot of the muzzle break.
Scope, magazine, and trigger group on bed.
This reticule would give no accuracy at all.
Reloading in the elevator.
Covered in Ghillie.

Ruger 10/22

A Ruger 10/22 rifle is used by a suspect as a distraction in season 3, episode 9 "Behind the Blue Line".

Ruger 10/22 (Pre 2005 model) - .22 Long Rifle.
A Ruger 10/22 set up in the stands of the Godwin Coliseum (in reality the former Maple Leafs Garden).


Members of a white supremacist group in season 3, episode 12 "Follow the Leader" fire AK-47 rifles (distinguished by their open sights, angular wooden stocks and smooth receivers) at the SRU officers during a raid on their hideout. A drug dealer's henchman in "The Better Man" (Season 4, Episode 5) also uses an AK-47 to pin down police during a raid.

Poly Technologies AK-47 - 7.62x39mm. This is the commercial clone of the original Type III AK-47 and is the most used in American films and shows when showing the milled receiver AK-47
A supremacist exits the warehouse with an AK-47 in "Follow the Leader".
A supremacist surrenders after being cornered by Wordy.

SIG SG-552

One of arms dealer Nick Watson's henchmen in the season 3 episode "The Other Lane" carries a SIG SG 552 with a foregrip.

SIG SG 552 5.56x45mm
The henchman guards the container where the arms deal is taking place.
The SG552 is fired when Wordy subdues the henchman.


Another of Watson's guards at the docks is armed with a short-barreled FN FAL with a RIS handguard and an Elcan sight. Since it is never fired, it is possible that the weapon is the airsoft version made by King Arms.

FN FAL 50.00 7.62x51mm NATO
The henchman aims at Juliana as she approaches the shipping container.

Barrett M82A1

Barrett M82A1 - .50 BMG

A Barrett M82A1 is used by Ed Lane to disable a truck in Season 5 Episode 4 "Eyes In"


Deftech/Federal Labs Revolving Launcher

The 6 shot 40mm Deftech rotarary grenade launcher for Law enforcement first seen in season 1 episode 4 is used by Sam Braddock (David Paetkau), but is not fired.

Deftech/Federal Labs 40mm
Sam Braddock with Deftech Launcher
Sam Braddock opens the breach of the Deftech. If you look closely, you can see the goof that they are dummy rounds. They have fired primers.

Federal M201-Z Grenade Launcher

The Federal M201-Z Grenade Launcher is used in Season 1, Episode 7 by Juliana. It is also seen used by Sam Braddock in "Eagle Two", Season 2, Episode 1. It is again used by Mike 'Spike' Scarlatti (Sergio Di Zio) in Season 2, Episode 2, "Backwards Day", but it was not fired.

Federal M201-Z Grenade Launcher.
Juliana reloads her M201-Z grenade launcher.
Juliana with her M201-Z launcher at the ready.
Braddock shoots the beeper/detonator out of a terrorist's hand with the M201-Z launcher.
Spike with his M201-Z launcher.
Spike with the M201-Z at the ready.

M67 hand grenade

In Season 2, Episode 7 "Clean Hands" Walter Volcek (Peter Outerbridge) holds a primed M67 hand grenade to keep Sam Braddock as a hostage. He is eventually subdued when a foam gun is used to keep the grenade in his hands and not go off.

M67 hand grenade.
Walter keeps SRU at bay.
Walter shows SRU the M67 grenade.
Close up of the grenade.

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