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|Grimm - Season 3
||2013 - 14
|No. of Episodes
The following weapons were used in Season 3 of the television series Grimm:
A Beretta 92FS is wielded briefly by Ron Hurd (Kirk Acevedo), but never fired in "Good Soldier". Sergeant Wu uses one as his main sidearm whenever he is off-duty, first seen in "Mommy Dearest" (S3E14).
Current American made Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm. Note the slanted dust cover, recurved backstrap and hex grip screws which distinguish this from earlier versions.
The 92FS on the side after finding no signs of an intruder.
Ron searching his house after hearing suspicious noises.
Nick secures the unfired 92FS at a crime scene.
The pistol taken as evidence after it was placed in a clear evidence bag.
Wu aims the pistol at an intruder inside Dana's room near the end of "Mommy Dearest".
What appears to be nickel-plated Browning High-Power is used by a 7th Street Savage gangster throughout "Eye of the Beholder".
FN Browning Hi-Power Nickel plated with "beer can" adjustable sights - 9x19mm
The gangster aims his High-Power at an alleyway in "Eye of the Beholder".
What appears to be a Flintlock pistol is near at the armory of Aunt Marie's trailer in the middle of "Cold Blooded".
Kentucky Flintlock, modern day reproduction made by Pedersoli - .50 caliber
The flintlock pistol (in circle) in the armory as Nick examines a Vambrace.
The Glock 17 returns in the season as the standard sidearm of all police officers in the Portland Police Bureau and in the Oregon State Police. A couple of Verrat assassins disguised as Austrian Federal Police officers are armed with a Glock 17 before being gunned down in "Twelve Days of Krampus". An Oregon Forest Service officer is armed with the Glock 17 in "Revelation". Meisner (Damien Puckler) takes one briefly from a Verrat assassin and uses it with Sebastien (Christian Lagadec) taking it from him in "The Show Must Go On".
2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm. This model added finger stepping and cuts to the backstrap of the frame to make it easier to hold than the Generation 1 model.
3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm. Note the finger grooves, thumb reliefs, and accessory rail on the frame, which differentiate it from the older model.
Hank uses the Glock 17 in a Harris stance alongside his flashlight. This shot is taken from "Woman in Black".
Juliette fires the Glock 17 in the season's opening sequence. This shot is taken from "Island of Dreams".
Renard searches for Nick at the beginning of "The Ungrateful Dead".
Hank aims his Glock 17 during an attempt to "apprehend" Monroe near the end of "A Dish Best Served Cold".
A Verrat assassin in Austrian Federal Police uniform is gunned down by Tavitian while wielding the Glock 17 in "Twelve Days of Krampus".
A uniformed PPB officer with a holstered Glock 17 while he takes a witness statement in the middle of "Twelve Days of Krampus".
Nick has his Glock 17 drawn out near the end of "Red Menace".
Officer Aguilar (Jose Vasquez
) of the OSP is armed with a Glock 17 at the start of "The Wild Hunt".
Officer Mart (Sean Graham
) aims his Glock 17 at a man before he woges to a Wildesheer in "Revelation".
Meisner fires the Glock 17 at the G-Wagon's engine block in order to disable it.
Sebastien aims the empty Glock 17 at Prince Viktor.
What appears to be a Glock 19 is used by rogue FBI agent Weston Steward (C. Thomas Howell) at the start of "Nobody knows the Truebel I've seen."
Suppressed Glock 19 - 9x19mm
Weston gripping his silenced Glock 19 as he follows Renard.
A Glock 26 with a suppressor is used by Steward in the middle of "Blonde Ambition" in an attempt to take out Nick.
Steward aims the suppressed Glock 26 after he guns down Renard at Nick's house.
The suppressed Glock 26 found in the corpse of Westland (minus head) in the right hand.
Heckler & Koch P2000
What appears to be a Heckler & Koch P2000 is used by a few Verrat agents in Europe.
Heckler & Koch P2000 - .40 S&W
A Verrat agent aims the P2000 at Meisner before Adalind's psychic powers uses a felt-tip pen as a blunt instrument to take him out in "Revelation".
Heckler & Koch P30
A Verrat assassin (Allison Tigard) in Europe uses a Heckler & Koch P30 in "Synchronicity" (S03E17).
Heckler & Koch P30 (2006-present)
- 9x19mm Parabellum
The Verrat assassin (Allison Tigard) aims her P30 at Adalind after realizing that her team was taken out.
Heckler & Koch P7M13
A stainles steel Heckler & Koch P7M13 is used by Prince Viktor Albert Wilhelm George Beckendorf (Alexis Denisof) as his main sidearm, first seen near the end of "Once We Were Gods".
Heckler & Koch P7M13 with nickel finish - 9x19mm.
The stainless steel P7M13 next to a bunch of Beretta PM12S submachine guns.
Prince Viktor takes cover when the Verrat assassins are being shot at in "The Show Must Go On".
IMI Jericho 941
Jim McCabe (Gonzalo Menendez) attempts to take a stainless steel IMI Jericho 941 from the glove compartment of his sedan in the middle of "Good Soldier", but it was never used when Portland Police intervened to arrest someone else.
Stainless IMI Jericho 941 F (note decocker on frame)- 9x19mm
Jim attempts to take his Jericho 941.
Seeing Portland Police arrive, Jim replaces the pistol back into the glove compartment.
A M1911A1 is used by Tavitian (Bernhard Forcher) in "Twelve Days of Krampus" to take out Verrat assassins in the rural parts of Austria while en route to a resistance meeting. A serial robber uses what appears to be a M1911A1 at the beginning of "El Cucuy".
Detailed screenshot of prewar M1911A1.
Tavitian opens fire with his M1911A1 to take out a Verrat assassin disguised as an Austrian Federal Police officer.
Tavitian continues to open fire at Verrat assassins at a fake accident scene.
A masked serial robber aims the M1911A1 at mini-mart customers when the robbery starts.
A Ruger P85 is used by a Verrat assassin in Portland in "The Law of Sacrifice" before he is killed by Kelly Burkhard (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio).
The P85 in the assassin's hand before voging form.
Kelly armed with the P85 taken from the dead Verrat assassin.
Another serial robber uses a nickel SIG-Sauer P226 at the beginning of "El Cucuy".
Nickel SIG-Sauer P226 pistol - 9x19mm. This is another real movie gun and has been adapted to fire full flash motion picture blanks.
A masked robber aims his nickel SIG-Sauer P226 at the shop owner in "El Cucuy".
A SIG-Sauer P229R is used by Nick while participating in a false flag operation near the end of "The Law of Sacrifice" as an Anti-Royal Resistance fighter.
SIG-Sauer P229R - 9x19mm (also chambered for .40 S&W & .357 SIG)
Nick aiming the P229R at Prince Viktor and his entourage.
The Walther P99 is seen in the season's opening sequence.
Walther P99 9mm. Note the ramped trigger guard, small slide serrations, closed and proprietary accessory rail, short magazine release and slightly more curved 'tail' of the pre-2004 models.
Juliette fires the Glock 17 in the season's opening sequence. This shot is taken from "Island of Dreams".
A Walther PPK with a suppressor was used by Meisner (Damien Puckler) as his main sidearm, first seen in "Revelation".
Walther PPK .380 with a sound suppressor - .380 ACP (Brown factory grips)
Meisner with the suppressed PPK after he shoots one of the Verrat men dispatched by Prince Victor.
A few Verrat assassins use Walther PPQs, first seen in "Synchronicity".
A Verrat assassin hides in the forest, armed with a Walther PPQ.
Claude hands the pistol to Meisner in a barn in "Cold Blooded".
A 7th Street Savages gangster aims his pistol at Joe near the end of "Eye of the Beholder".
Smith & Wesson 442
A Smith & Wesson 442 is used by a 7th Street Savage gangster when Nick and Hank are fired upon near the end of "Eye of the Beholder".
Smith & Wesson Model 442 Airweight Snub nose revolver chambered in .38 Special
The Smith & Wesson 442 lowered after all bullets were fired.
The revolver's cylinder ejected.
Empty .38 Special shell casing fall down from the revolver's cylinder.
Smith & Wesson 686
A Smith & Wesson 686 with a 4" barrel is seen used by an armed man trying to defend his family from a crazed zombie-like Nick at the beginning of "PTZD". The same revolver with a 2 and a half inch barrel was used by a 7th Street Savage gangster throughout "Eye of the Beholder".
Smith & Wesson Model 686 4" Barrel - .357 Magnum.
The Smith & Wesson 686 on the ground after being released from a locked gun box in "PTZD".
Smith & Wesson Model 686 with 2 1/2" Barrel - .357 Magnum.
A 7th Street Savage gangster aims his Smith & Wesson 686 while hunting down Zuri and Jared in "Eye of the Beholder".
The same weapon is aimed at Joy in order to force her to read a false message.
Beretta PM12S submachine guns are used by Verrat assassins near the end of "Once We Were Gods".
A bunch of Beretta PM12S submachine guns seen in the trunk of a sedan.
Verrat assassins armed with PM12S submachine guns after raiding Meisner's hideout.
Brügger & Thomet MP9
At least a couple of anti-Royal Resistance fighters standing behind Martin is armed with a Brugger & Thomet MP9 in "Cold Blooded". Monroe uses one near the end of "The Law of Sacrifice" while in a false flag operation as a German-speaking anti-Royal Resistance fighter.
Brügger & Thomet MP9 - 9x19mm
The resistance fighter behind Martin is armed with the MP9.
An anti-Royal Resistance fighter has a MP9 slung on his back as Breslau is carried out of the barn.
Monroe takes aim with the MP9 at Prince Viktor.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3
A Verrat assassin tries to use a Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 in "Twelve Days of Krampus", but is never fired.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 with S-E-F trigger group and stock extended - 9x19mm
A Verrat assassin disguised as an accident victim has a concealed MP5SD3. You can see the fire selector, which indicates that the weapon is a SD3 variant.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD6
Heckler & Koch MP5SD6s are used by Verrat assassins sent to kill Renard and Meisner in their Vienna hideout in "Stories We Tell Our Young". These have picatinny railings on to accommodate the installation of red dot scopes. They are later seen in other episodes that are based in Austria.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD6 with Stock Extended and 3-round trigger group - 9x19mm.
The trigger group and the collapsible stock indicates that it is a SD6 variant. Note that Renard is checking the assassin's hand to confirm the presence of the Verrat insignia.
The red dot scopes on the receivers of the SD6s used by Renard and Meisner after taking them from the dead Verrat assassins.
Renard aims the red dot scope on the SD6 at the neck of Sebastien at an abandoned warehouse in "Cold Blooded".
The MP5SD6 with the red dot on a conference table (in square) during a resistance meeting.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1
A few anti-Royal Resistance fighters are armed with Heckler & Koch MP7A1s, which first appeared in "Cold Blooded".
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with Zeiss Z-Point red dot sight and 40-round magazine - 4.6x30mm
Martin is armed with a MP7A1 when he greets Meisner at the resistance safehouse in "Cold Blooded".
An anti-Royal Resistance fighter guards the interrogation of Breslau.
Martin (left) and Claude Frenay (Robin Langford
) (middle) are armed with MP7A1s as Meisner greets Tavitian at a resistance safehouse in "Twelve Days of Krampus".
What appears to be an Ingram MAC-10 or 11 submachine gun is used by an anti-Royal Resistance fighter in "Cold Blooded".
MAC-10 - 9x19mm Parabellum.
MAC-11 with stock extended - .380 ACP.
An anti-Royal Resistance fighter on the right is armed with either the Ingram MAC-10 or 11.
An anti-Royal Resistance fighter guarding a safehouse in Austria is armed with a KRISS Vector submachine gun in "Twelve Days of Krampus".
TDI / KRISS USA Vector Blank Fire with EOTech red dot sight - .45 ACP
The anti-Royal Resistance fighter with the KRISS Vector.
An anti-Royal Resistance fighter is armed with a Steyr TMP seen in the middle of "Twelve Days of Krampus".
The Steyr TMP placed on the table inside the resistance safehouse.
Some of the anti-Royal Resistance fighters are armed with AK-47s, first seen in "Cold Blooded".
Authentic AK-47 built from US Receiver. This is an Actual Screen used AK-47
from the film We Were Soldiers
(built by Cinema Weaponry) - 7.62x39mm
An anti-Royal Resistance fighter opens the entrance to the barn in "Cold Blooded".
An anti-Royal Resistance fighter on the left is armed with an AK-47.
Either an AKM or AKMS is used by an anti-Royral Resistance fighter in Moscow, Russia in the middle of "Red Menace".
AKM, Stamped Steel Receiver w/ slant muzzle brake - 7.62x39mm
AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
An anti-Royal Resistance fighter speaks to Renard with an AKM or AKMS slung on his back.
Ron is seen armed with a Colt M4A1 during his time in Iraq in "Good Soldier".
Colt M4A1 with 4 position collapsible stock, RIS foregrip, folding rear sight, and ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm
Ron with the M4A1 during his time in Iraq with the US Army.
SIG SG 552
Artemus PMCs are armed with SIG SG 552s as their main assault rifle in "Good Soldier".
SIG SG 552-2, version with permanent scope rail - 5.56x45mm
Jim McCabe, Robert Hammond and Troy Dodge (Todd A. Robinson
) are armed with SIG SG 552s in Iraq when they were Artemus PMCs.
Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) is armed with a double barrel-based Elephant Gun as seen in the opening sequence in the season.
Stephen Grant Sidelock Double Rifle - .500 Nitro Blackpowder.
Monroe aiming down the sights of the Elephant Gun. This shot was taken from the episode "Game Ogre".
A Remington 870 with wooden furniture was used briefly by Hank in "Cold Blooded" when he assists Nick in hunting down the Gelumcaeduses responsible for a string of robberies and a couple of murders.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
Hank boasts that he prefers 21st century weapons, which is why he shows off the Remington 870.
The shot confirms that Hank is handling the Remington 870 as mentioned above.
A Winchester 1897 shotgun was used by an unnamed bartender (Jim Lykins) before the zombie-like Nick snatches it from him in "The Ungrateful Dead".
Winchester Model 1897 Riot Gun - 12 gauge.
The frightened bartender (Jim Lykins
) ports his personal Winchester 1897.
A zombie-like Nick violently tosses the Winchester 1897 into a mirror after seeing his reflection. The bluriness seen here is due to the camera.
The Doppelarmbrust is seen once again in the opening sequence of the show.
A digital shot showing half of the Dopplearmbrust with Nick hand's holding most likely his Glock 17. This is partially taken from "Leave it to the Beavers".
The Dopplearmbrust already fired by Nick as shown in the introduction. This is partially taken from "Leave it to the Beavers".