La Femme Nikita (1997)
Nice, but where's the trigger?
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La Femme Nikita was the television adaptation of the 1990 film of the same name. The series aired in the US from 1997 to 2001 on the USA Network and starred Peta Wilson as the title character. A new television adaptation simply titled Nikita starred Maggie Q as Nikita and aired for four seasons (beginning in 2010) on the CW Network.
The following weapons can be seen in the television series La Femme Nikita:
The standard issue sidearm for Section 1 in most episodes of season 1. Replaced by the Beretta 92 Inox in season 2.
Blue 92s are used both with and without silencers or laser sights, throughout the show.
The Inox is used by Section 1 throughout out the series, becoming standard issue in the second season.
2 different silencers are used, a believable one in the first season and a ridiculously small one after that.
Flash paper versions of the Inox are used frequently after season 2, with a lot of close up shots. Used ridiculously, since the bad guys are using real blank firing guns.
Both the European and American version are shown.
Operation's CCW. Occasionally used by Nikita
Blank firing copy of the PPK, with a 1911 style trigger.
Season 1 Episode 2
Season 1 Episode 2
Blued and stainless, sometimes with a silencer and laser sight
Fake S&W 4506
Mik Stopples pistol
Primary SMG for most operatives.
- MP5SD5 used when the mission calls for a little stealth.
Shown in the opening credits
Season 1, Episode 8 uses a toy squirt gun as a stand in. Really noticeable.
Sometimes depicted with Sonics noise suppressor
Shown with red dot scope
Used in season 2 by holographic enemy in the training simulator
Seen briefly but not fired.
Has forward assist and no case deflector
- used mostly by the enemy and third world government agents.
Nikita showing the recruits the AUG.
Recruit demonstrates his 'skill' with the weapon, having played first person shooter his whole life.
Mounted on a pintle on the back of a jeep
Used in the restaurant shootout in the first episode.
The AT4 is shown relatively few times throughout the series, most notably in Episode 2, in the hands of a Legion assassin trying to take out a private jet.