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Human Target was a television action series that was based on a DC Comics character created by Len Wein and Carmine Infantino. Mark Valley starred as Christopher Chance, a unique security contractor whose unique way of protecting his clients was by completely integrating himself in their lives and thus himself becoming the target. The series aired for two seasons on FOX from 2010 to 2011 and co-starred Chi McBride and Jackie Earle Haley.
The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Human Target:
Walther P99 (Pre-2004)
Christopher Chance's (Mark Valley) sidearm in Season 1 is the Walther P99. In scenes in "Pilot" (S1E01) and "Christopher Chance" (S1E12), Chance's P99AS changes to a pre-2004 P99. In "Sanctuary" (S1E04), Sam Fisher (William Mapother) uses a Walther P99 during the monastery invasion. Frank Murphy uses Chance's P99 in "Run" (S1E05). A South American soldier surrenders his P99 to his CO in "Salvage and Reclamation". An animated P99 is also portrayed in the opening credits of the show.
Chance's P99AS briefly changes to a normal P99 as he uses it to get everyone's attention in "Pilot". (S1E01)
The P99 in Chance's holster in "Run". (S1E05)
Chance fires the P99 at an electronic door lock in "Lockdown". (S1E06)
Chance fires the P99 while sliding down an elevator cable in "Lockdown". (S1E04)
Chance aiming the P99 at Baptiste at the Washington Metro in "Baptiste". (S1E08)
Fisher fires the P99 at State Trooper. (S1E04)
Frank Murphy fires Chance's P99 in "Run". (S1E05)
An army soldier is threatened by his superior officer using his own P99 in "Salvage and Reclamation". (S1E07)
The soldier's sidearm surrendered to his CO. (S1E07)
Sam Fisher (William Mapother
) aims the P99 at Chance after he saves John Gray from nearly falling off the gondola in "Sanctuary". (S1E01)
A P99 is shown in the opening credits with a suppressor mounted.
Walther P99AS (Anti-Stress)
Occasionally throughout the series, Chance's standard P99 changes to a Walther P99AS. In "Pilot" (S1E01), Christopher Chance (Mark Valley) uses a Walther P99AS for most of the episode. In a scene in "Run" (S1E05), Chance's standard P99 changes to a P99AS. In the shootout between Chance and Baptiste during "Christopher Chance" (S1E12), Chance again uses the Walther P99AS. Judging by the extended barrel, silver recoil rod (in "Christopher Chance"), and lack of slide blowback, these are likely airsoft replicas (most likely made by Umarex).
Chance pulls the P99 when a stranger approaches in "Pilot". (S1E01)
Chance attempts to ambush the assassin in "Pilot". (S1E01)
Chance waits for a possible threat to emerge in "Pilot". (S1E01)
Chance's standard P99 changes to a P99AS in "Run". (S1E05)
In 'Baptiste' and 'Christopher Chance', Baptiste (Lennie James) used a pre-2004 Walther P99 with a silver slide.
Baptiste putting a silencer on his P99 in "Baptiste". (S1E08)
Baptise with his P99 in "Christopher Chance". (S1E12)
An assassin uses a suppressed Walther PPK in "Rewind" (S1E02). An Air Marshal confiscates the PPK and attempts to use it on Winston. Peter Blanchard aka Raven (Alex Fernandez) uses a nickel PPK in "Embassy Row". Gerard had a Walther PPK in an ankle holster in the episode "Victoria". He then gave it to Chance, who used it for the rest of the episode.
The assassin tries to ambush Chance with the PPK, to no avail. (S1E02)
The Air Marshal attempts to draw the PPK on Winston, but is unsuccessful. (S1E02)
Blanchard levels the PPK at his target. (S1E03)
Blanchard's planted PPK on the grass. (S1E03)
Blanchard had previously been using a Makarov in this scene, but it switches to a PPK here. (S1E03)
Gerard making a grab for the PPK on his left ankle holster.
Chance taking the PPK from Gerard after the pistol was hurled to him.
Francis confiscates Gerard's PPK.
In "Embassy Row" (S1E03), Danny Cooper (Tyler McClendon) is seen holding a Beretta 84.
Danny scales a fence with the Beretta 84 in hand. (S1E03)
Danny drops the Beretta. (S1E03)
In "Sanctuary" (S1E04), Sam Fisher (William Mapother) steals a prison guard's Beretta 92FS. In the same episode, John Gray uses a Beretta 92FS during the gondola fight. In "Run" (S1E05), renegade San Francisco Police Detectives under Wes Gibson are armed with the 92FS. SFPD officers are also seen using the 92FS in the same episode. Connor holds a suppressed 92FS on Chance and Victoria in "Victoria".
Sam Fisher aims the stolen 92FS. (S1E04)
John Gray fires the 92FS. (S1E04)
Gibson with the 92FS in "Run". (S1E05)
Chance using his hand to jam the 92FS's slide. (S1E05)
The 92FS runs empty during a fight between Gibson and Chance. (S1E05)
Chance fires the 92FS in Gibson's hands, killing a rogue SFPD detective.
An SFPD officer takes very careful aim at the incoming rigged ambulance. (S1E05)
Connor with the silenced pistol aimed at Chance and Victoria.
Beretta 92FS Inox
In "Rewind" (S1E02), one of Guerrero's men uses a Beretta 92FS Inox to intimidate the man who hired the assassins.
Beretta 92FS Inox (flip side) - 9x19mm.
The man is intimidated into calling off the hit. (S1E02)
The Beretta 8000 Cougar is Guerrero's (Jackie Earle Haley) main sidearm. One of Sam Fisher's henchman uses a Cougar to intimidate a monastery priest in "Sanctuary" (S1E04). Due to a continuity error in "Lockdown" (S1E06), Chance's P99 turns into a Beretta Cougar.
Beretta 8000 Cougar- 9x19mm
Guerrero taking out the informant from behind.
Another angle of the pistol used by Guerrero to finish off the downed informant.
The henchman points the Cougar at a priest. (S1E04)
The Beretta Cougar is seen here instead of Chance's P99. (S1E06)
Guerrero aiming the pistol at the cargo pilot.
Guerrero aiming the pistol at Joubert from behind.
Joubert (Armand Assante) uses a chrome Desert Eagle in the "Christopher Chance".
Joubert with his semi-dressed up Desert Eagle in a silver finish.
A thug under Hugh Prentiss in "Corner Man" takes aim at Chance with the FN Five-seveN USG. Hugh tries to take the pistol after thug is killed by Chance.
FN Five-SeveN USG - 5.7x28mm
Hugh attempting to grab the USG.
Hugh's thug with the USG aimed at the back of Chance.
The Glock 17 is seen prominently used by law enforcement officers, FBI agents and henchmen in the season.
The officers hold their Glock 17's in "Pilot". (S1E01)
The Air Marshal arrests Chance with the Glock 17. (S1E02)
Another angle of the Air Marshal. (S1E02)
Chance is arrested. (S1E02)
Winston gives the Air Marshal his sidearm back. (S1E02)
A security guard in "Sanctuary" takes aim at Sam Fisher's gang. (S1E04)
Sam Fisher's henchman prepares to draw a Glock 17 on Winston. (S1E04)
Wes Gibson fires the Glock 17 at Chance. (S1E05)
One of Wes Gibson's men holds a Glock (left). (S1E05)
The officer kneeling aims his Glock 17. (S1E05)
Sentronics security guards hold their Glocks. (S1E06)
Special Agent Emma Barnes in "Baptiste" aims her Glock 17 at Baptiste.
Francis held at gunpoint by a rogue Protection Command bodyguard with a Glock 17, although the shot makes it hard to tell if it's the actual pistol.
Assassin in a dream sequence with a silenced Glock 17 after assassinating Gerard.
Gerard uses the Glock 19 as his main sidearm in "Victoria", gunning down two rogue Protection Command bodyguards before he was shot himself.
Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Gerard shooting a rogue Protection Command bodyguard in the hotel's kitchen.
Gerard holding the Glock 19.
Heckler & Koch Mark 23
An assassin (Mike Desabrais) in "Pilot" (S1E01) uses a suppressed Heckler & Koch Mark 23 to attempt to kill Stephanie Dobbs (Tricia Helfer).
H&K Mark 23 - .45 ACP with Knight Armaments suppressor.
The assassin fires the Mark 23 at Chance and Stephanie in "Pilot". (S1E01)
The assassin searches for Chance and Stephanie in "Pilot". (S1E01)
A rear view of the pistol in "Pilot". (S1E01)
The assassin continues his search in "Pilot". (S1E01)
The Mark 23 is dropped during a struggle in "Pilot". (S1E01)
In "Victoria", a dream sequence showed assassins planting a used M1911A1 at the hands of Tony Sorrento after shooting him with the pistol, previously silenced, to frame him for being a murderer. The former Christopher Chance (Lee Majors) uses an M1911A1 to save Chance by wounding Baptiste in "Christopher Chance" before he was killed with a hurled ombat knife in the chest.
An assassin plants the M1911 in a dream sequence where it is suggested he would be framed as a killer.
Christopher Chance (Lee Majors
) aiming the M1911 at Baptiste.
Chance (Lee Majors
) knifed in the chest, still holding his M1911.
The Makarov PM is the sidearm of Russian Embassy security forces in "Embassy Row" (S1E03). Raven aka Peter Blanchard (Alex Fernandez) disarms one of the guards and uses it to gun down the Chief of Security and some of the guards with him in the embassy's security room. In one shot, the Makarov changes to the similar Walther PPK.
Makarov PM- 9x18mm Makarov
The Makarov PM on the floor. (S1E03)
The Chief of Security fires the Makarov at Blanchard. (S1E03)
Here, a Spetsnaz officer holds a Makarov on Chance. (S1E03)
LaVerne Winston (Chi McBride) uses a SIG-Sauer P226 as his main sidearm throughout Season 1. Frank Murphy uses a P226 during a shootout with Wes Gibson and his men.
Winston aims the P226 at one of Sam Fisher's thugs. (S1E04)
Winston reholsters the P226. (S1E04)
Murphy runs for cover holding the P226. (S1E05)
Frank Murphy is hit while holding the P226. (S1E05)
An unknown pistol appears in the opening credits.
The woman holds the unknown pistol.
Unknown Pistol 2
A stewardess conceals an unknown pistol in "Rewind" (S1E02).
The stewardess readjusts her clothes to conceal the pistol. (S1E02)
A closer shot of the grip. (S1E02)
Chance examines the pistol. (S1E02)
Smith and Wesson Model 629
In the Season 1 finale 'Christopher Chance', Chance uses a hidden Smith & Wesson Model 629 revolver to take out some commandos and then levels it at Joubert.
Smith & Wesson Model 629 - .44 Magnum
Chance aims the revolver at Joubert before realizing he's out of ammo.
Publicity photo of Chance with the revolver.
Beretta Cx4 Storm
Beretta Cx4 Storms are used by Sentronics' "Level 2" security officers, their chief of security Leonard Kreese (Mitch Pileggi), and briefly by Chance (Mark Valley) in "Lockdown" (S1E06). The Beretta Cx4 Storm carbines used in this episode are the same Cx4s that were used in the re-imagined series of Battlestar Galactica (note the muzzle).
Beretta Cx4 Storm - 9x19mm
Sentronics security guards respond with Cx4's.
A drawer of Cx4's. (S1E06)
Head of Sentronics security, Leonard Kreese (Mitch Pileggi
), and Christopher Chance (Mark Valley
) fight in an elevator for control of a Cx4 Storm. (S1E06)
The Cx4 Storm falls to the ground during the struggle. (S1E06)
Sentronics security guards cover the elevator with Cx4's. (S1E06)
Closeup of the Cx4's barrel. (S1E06)
FN P90s were used by the unknown commandos in "Christopher Chance". They were outfitted with lasers and flashlights.
A commando aims at Carmine after he pulled the P90's bolt.
Closeup of the P90. On the left is the flashlight; the right is the laser designator.
Unknown commandos infiltrate the second floor of Chance's/Winston's office while aiming their P90s.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Numerous people use the Heckler & Koch MP5A3, either with RIS rails or a dedicated forend. One of Sam Fisher's crewmembers is armed with a HK MP5A3 during the monastery invasion in "Sanctuary" (S1E04). In "Run" (S1E05), Wes Gibson and one of his men ambush a District Attorney with MP5A3's. In "Christopher Chance", a commando is armed with a MP5 outfitted with a scope and a tactical foregrip attached to a railed barrel. Another commando has a MP5 outfitted with a UMP stock.
Heckler and Koch MP5A3 with Surefire dedicated forend- 9x19mm
The crewman at left holds the MP5A3. (S1E04)
A crewman enters the monastery with an MP5A3. (S1E04)
Wes Gibson and one of his men hold MP5's during an ambush. (S1E05)
Commando with a tricked up MP5.
Another view of the said MP5. Has a foregrip, scope and a tactical flashlight.
A commando armed with the MP5, its UMP stock folded.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
The Heckler & Koch MP5K is seen in the hands of Victoria' rogue Protection Command bodyguards in "Victoria".
Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
A rogue Protection Command bodyguard is seen holding the MP5K on the left in "Victoria".
Chance fights off the rogue Protection bodyguard to disarm him of his MP5K.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1
In "Embassy Row" (S1E03), some Spetsnaz operators use Heckler & Koch MP7's rather than the AKS-74U's. In "Sanctuary" (S1E04), a Sam Fisher crewman fires an MP7 during a robbery. The company men shooting at Chance and Jessica in "Tanarak" use Heckler & Koch MP7s.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 - 4.6x30mm
A Spetsnaz operator fires his MP7. (S1E03)
A very determined Spetsnaz operator fires an MP7. (S1E03)
A crewman holds an MP7 on Chance. (S1E04)
A Sam Fisher crewman surprises guards with an MP7. (S1E04)
A mercenary aims his MP7 at Chance. This does not have its standard picatinny railing on the receiver.
Mercenaries armed with MP7s. One of the MP7s has the curved 40-round magazine.
The same crewman fires the MP7 at the guard after they started shooting at them.
In "Victoria", one of the assassin has a MP5-type submachine gun with its integral suppressor and a scope.
One of the assassins restraining Tony Sorrento has the silenced MP5.
The Remington 870 is seen in several variations.
A standard Remington 870 is used briefly by Winston to shoot a commando in "Christopher Chance".
Winston firing the shotgun at a surprised commando.
A Sam Fisher crewman is armed with a Remington 870 Folding Stock in "Sanctuary" (S1E04) during a robbery.
Remington 870 Folding Stock - 12 Gauge
The crewman on the right holds a Remington 870 Folding Stock. (S1E04)
The 870 is held by a crewman on the left during a robbery. (S1E04)
Sawed-off Field Gun
Maria uses the sawed off Remington 870 Field Gun in "Salvage and Reclamation".
Remington 870 Field with sawed-off stock and barrel - 12 Gauge
Maria with her hands on the sawed off Remington 870.
A Remington 870P in black furniture is used brifly by a mercenary in "Tanarak" before Chance disarms him of it.
Remington 870P with rifle sights and SpeedFeed Standard Stock - 12 Gauge
The 870P in the trunk of the Suburban.
The mercenary knocked out. Note the sights on the shotgun, which indicates it is a Slug Gun from the regular 870.
Short barreled Nickel plated Ithaca 37
In 'Christopher Chance', in the flashback, Chance finds a short barreled nickel plated Ithaca 37 in the bottom of a drawer.
Chance examines the Super-Shorty found from the bottom of a drawer.
Another angle of the shotgun.
In "Embassy Row" (S1E03), Russian Spetsnaz operators on duty in the Russian Embassy use AKS-74U's.
A Russian embassy guard approaches Chance and Emma with an AKS-74U. (S1E03)
Russian guards in tactical gear armed with AKS-74U's. (S1E03)
A Spetsnaz team assembles, one member holding an AKS-74U. (S1E03)
A Colt M16A4 is seemingly used by South American soldiers in "Salvage and Reclamation". Also used by Paraguayan army in "The Return of Baptiste."
South American soldiers sweeping a bar alongside Bertram.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Seattle SWAT teams are armed with the Colt M4A1 while responding to a hostage situation. Used by South American soldiers in "Salvage and Reclamation". They are also used by FBI Hostage Rescue Team assaulters in "Baptiste" after arresting him.
An M4A1 slung on a SWAT officer's back. (S1E01)
Seattle SWAT operators guide hostages out of the premises. (S1E01)
South American soldier with the M4.
FBI HRT assaulter with M4A1 at the left. His rifle has a scope (unseen) and a tactical foregrip.
Norinco Type 56
In "Salvage and Reclamation", Doug Slocum is armed with it after Chance and Maria (Leonor Varela) bust out of the besieged bar from initially using the Type 84S. This has a bayonet lug, but without the bayonet. Chance is also seen holding one until he gives it to Maria at the end of the episode.
All of the Type 56 rifles seen in this episode are actually airsoft replicas made by Real Sword. They are replaced with the Type 84s in firing scenes for this reason.
Norinco Type 56 - 7.62x39mm
Doug with the Type 56. This has no bayonet present in the lug.
Maria with the Type 56 after helping Chance and Doug escape.
Norinco Type 84
A Norinco Type 84 is used by Doug to distract the soldiers in "Salvage and Reclamation." This magically changes to the Type 56 later when Chance and Maria escape the bar.
Norinco Type 84S - 5.56x45mm
Doug with the Norinco Type 84, firing away with a sadistic smile. Pacifist? Not anymore.
A closer view of Doug firing the Type 84.
SIG SG 552
San Francisco Police officers in "Run" are armed with the SIG SG 552, used to gun down a rigged ambulance trying to breach the blocked road. This rifle is, however, not being used by the actual SFPD.
SFPD officer with the SIG SG 552.
Unknown AK-type rifles
Also seen with Pablo and with several mercenaries in "Salvage and Reclamation".
An unknown AK rifle is handled by Pablo, aimed at Chance.
A mercenary with an AK rifle.
An uninjured mercenary chases after Doug and Maria.
A Karabiner 98k is seemingly used in "Salvage and Reclamation", used by one of Pablo's men.
Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm
The guy can be seen with the 98k, but the camera distance makes it hard to confirm.
Another shot of the supposed 98k.
A Barrett M107 is seen in the black room in "Lockdown" (S1E06). Chance disassembles it while waiting for an engineer to finish an electronic pulse cannon.
Chance disassembling the M107. (S1E06)
The receiver of the M107. (S1E06)
Guerrero finds a Remington 700 in the cab of a pickup when he and Winston are pinned down down by sniper fire in "Victoria".
Remington 700 .308 Winchester
Guerrero aiming the Remington 700 at the sniper outside.
Guerrero examining the Remington 700, taken from a pickup.
A SWAT sniper covers a hostage situation with a Remington 700PSS in "Pilot" (S1E01).
Remington 700PSS - .300 Winchester Magnum
A Seattle SWAT sniper covers a hostage situation in "Pilot". (S1E01)
SIG Sauer SSG 3000
A FBI Hostage Rescue Team sniper is armed with the SIG Sauer SSG 3000 in "Baptiste".
FBT HRT sniper reports back to controller in "Baptiste", providing overwatch before being attacked by Baptiste.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Hollis, a fired firm employee, uses a Remington 7400 to take hostages at his former place of employment.
Hollis stands over his hostages with the 7400 in "Pilot". (S1E01)
A confused Hollis aims the 7400 at Chance in "Pilot". (S1E01)
Hollis begins to realize Chance's intentions in "Pilot". (S1E01)
Hollis argues with Chance in "Pilot". (S1E01)
A very unfazed Chance prepares to disarm Hollis in "Pilot". (S1E01)
DefTech 37mm launcher
In "Pilot" (S1E01), a Seattle SWAT operator prepares a DefTech 37mm launcher during a hostage situation.
A SWAT operation loads the DefTech 37mm launcher. (S1E01)
The Seattle SWAT operator holds the DefTech. (S1E01)
The SWAT operator rushes to the hostage situation. (S1E01)
A RPG-7 is seen slung on the back of an armed mercenary in "Salvage and Reclamation".
RPG-7 slinged on the back of an armed mercenary.
A mercenary working under Jesus Montaya with a RPG warhead on his backpack.