In Plain Sight - Season 1

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In Plain Sight - Season 1 (2008)

The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series In Plain Sight:


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Pistols

Glock 17

Throughout season 1, Marshall Frederick Weller is seen carrying the Glock 17.

Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Deputy Marshal Mann (Frederick Weller) struggles to remain conscious after being shot, while wielding two Glock 17 pistols in a desert shootout in Season 1's "Trojan Horst" (S1E04).
FBI Agents wield Glock 17s during a raid in Season 1's "Who shot Jay Arnstein?" (S1E05).

Glock 22

Deputy U.S. Marshal Marshall Mann (Frederick Weller) carries the full sized Glock 22 as his standard sidearm. His chief, US Marshal Stan MacQueen (Paul Ben-Victor), uses a G22 too.

Glock 22 .40 S&W
In the pilot, Marshall Mann holds a Glock 22, whereas Mary Shannon appears to hold a Glock 30 (.45 ACP) judging from the mag plate.

Glock 23

Deputy U.S. Marshal Mary Shannon (Mary McCormack) has as her main carry weapon the Glock 23, which is the standard U.S. Marshal issue (as well as for the FBI and other agencies). In Season 1, Episode 2 (Hoosier Daddy), Shannon explicitly identifies her sidearm as a 'Glock 23'.

Glock 23 .40 S&W
Deputy U.S. Marshal Mary Shannon (Mary McCormack) draws her Glock 23 in the pilot.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Mary Shannon (Mary McCormack) shows off her Glock 23 in Season 1, Episode 2 (Hoosier Daddy) and describes it as her "Glock 23".
In "Trojan Horst", Mary opens fires with her Glock 23.
Mary's Glock 23 is in her right hand and her backup is in her left.

Glock 27

Mary's backup is the Glock 27 .40 which she has in an ankle holster. In Season 1, Episode 2 (Hoosier Daddy), she describes this explicitly as her "Glock 27" (as well as showing off her primary sidearm, her Glock 23). She uses this weapon when Spanky kidnaps her and no one sees the hidden weapon.

Glock 27 .40 S&W
Mary shows her backup Glock 27 in "Hoosier Daddy".
Mary's Glock 23 is in her right hand and her backup Glock 27 is in her left.
Mary pulls her backup Glock 27 in "Trojan Horst".


Taurus PT100 AFS

In "Hoosier Daddy" (S01E02), Luis Cruz (Steven Michael Quezada) pulls out a Stainless Taurus PT100 AFS pistol with gold accents during a drug negotiation gone bad.

Taurus PT100 AFS - .40 SW
Luis Cruz (Steven Michael Quezada) pulls his Taurus PT100 AFS in "Hoosier Daddy". The markings "Taurus PT100 AFS" is clearly seen on the slide. (S01E02)

Smith & Wesson 910S

In "Pilot" (S01E01), Frankie Santoro (Al Sapienza) uses a suppressed Smith & Wesson 910S. There is a continuity break in that the one he later carries in the room is a older Model 5906.

Smith & Wesson 910S - 9x19mm.
Frankie Santoro (Al Sapienza) fires a S&W 910S w/ suppressor through a door. Note that the handgun has novak rear sights and no step up in the frame and it has a decocker/safety on one side only, identifying it as a 910S. (S01E01)

Smith & Wesson 5906

Frankie Santoro's (Al Sapienza) suppressed auto becomes a Smith & Wesson 5906 with old style fixed rear sights in the "Pilot" episode. In Season 1's "Trojan Horst" several assassins use 5906s with Novak sights.

Early Model Smith & Wesson 5906 with adjustable sights - 9x19mm.
When Frankie Santoro (Al Sapienza) steps through the door, the S&W becomes a Model 5906 with old style fixed sights, also note the older style front sight.
Later Model Smith & Wesson 5906 with fixed sights - 9x19mm
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Jennings Bryco 59

In "Pilot" (S01E01), Felicia Santoro (Kathrine Narducci) holds a Jennings Bryco 59 pistol in silver finish, until Marshal Shannon disarms her.

Jennings Bryco 59 - 9x19mm
Felicia Santoro holds a Jennings Bryco 59 pistol
Mary Shannon takes Felicia's Jennings Bryco 59 Pistol

Walther PPKS

In "Pilot" (S01E01), Richie Mastro (Yorgo Constantine) is caught with a Walther PPK/S with faux ivory grips.

Walther PPK/S stainless - .380 ACP
Richie Mastro'd head is slammed down on his hotel bed by Mary Shannon while Marshall Mann discovers Mastro's hidden firearm and dangles the Walther PPK/S with faux ivory grips in front of him. "Is this yours?". (S01E01)

Jericho 941 R

In "Trojan Horst" (S01E04), the assassin disguised as the 'wife' (D'Nette Pennington) uses a stainless Jericho 941 R Pistol.

Stainless IMI Jericho 941 R 9x19mm
D'Nette Pennington as the 'wife' assassin uses a stainless Jericho 941 R Pistol - 9x19mm. Note that it's out of battery due to a stovepipe jam.
D'Nette Pennington as the 'wife' assassin uses a stainless Jericho 941 R Pistol - 9x19mm

Steyr SPP

In "Iris Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (S01E07), the street gang member uses a full-auto modified Steyr SPP pistol to kill the boyfriend's witness.

Steyr SPP 9x19mm with high-capacity magazine
In Season 1's "Iris Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (S1E07), the street gang member uses a full-auto modified Steyr SPP pistol to kill the boyfriend's witness.

"Non Gun" Beretta

In "Good Cop, Dead Cop" (S01E09), Robert Eps (Jason Wiles) uses a "Non Gun" Beretta to threaten a corrupt cop in Chicago.

Beretta 92F Non Gun
In Season 1's "Good Cop, Dead Cop" (S1E09), Robert Eps uses a "Non Gun" Beretta to threaten a corrupt cop in Chicago.

Revolver

"Non Gun" Revolver

In "Good Cop, Dead Cop" (S01E09), a "Non Gun" Revolver is pulled by a corrupt cop in Chicago.

Non Gun
In Season 1's "Good Cop, Dead Cop" (S1E09), a "Non Gun" Revolver is pulled by a corrupt cop in Chicago. (S1E09)

Rifles

M4A1

In "Good Cop, Dead Cop" (S01E09), Albuquerque SWAT is seen armed with M4A1 Carbines.

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Remington 700PSS

In "Hoosier Daddy" (S01E02), a Mexican Drug Cartel sniper uses a Remington 700PSS to try to assassinate a witness. The giveaway is the barrel tip and the bolt handle shape, which both indicate the Remington 700 Action, though one cannot determine the exact caliber (either .308 Win or .300 Win Mag) from a front view (the action length must be visible).

Remington 700PSS with Harris bipod, in .300 Win Mag
A Cartel Assassin uses a Remington 700 PSS rifle to attempt a witness assassination. (S01E02)


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