Law & Order - Season 14

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Law & Order - Season 14 (2003 – 2004)

The fourteenth season of Law & Order was notable for being the final season for actor Jerry Orbach, who had portrayed Detective Lennie Briscoe for 11 seasons. Briscoe retired from the NYPD in the season finale, where he entertained the idea of working as an investigator for the District Attorney's office if he was bored, setting him up for his move to Law & Order: Trial by Jury. The move allowed Orbach to continue playing Briscoe, but with a lighter workload. Unfortunately, he was only able complete two episodes of Trial By Jury before passing away from prostate cancer later that year. Briscoe passed away in the Law & Order universe as well, with all three of his former partners acknowledging his passing onscreen, Mike Logan in an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Ed Green in his final episode in Season 18, and Rey Curtis when Benjamin Bratt returned for a guest appearance in the show's final season in 2009.

Season 14 also marked only the second time that the series did not undergo any major cast changes for two successive seasons. In the season's 19th episode "Nowhere Man", New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, like his predecessor Rudolf Guiliani, made an appearance as himself.

Cast:

Law


Order
  • Executive Assistant District Attorney Jack McCoy - Sam Waterston
  • Assistant District Attorney Serena Southerlyn - Elisabeth Röhm
  • District Attorney Arthur Branch - Fred Dalton Thompson

The following weapons were used in Season 14 of the television series Law & Order:


Contents


Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 36

For the majority of the series, Detective Lennie Brisco (Jerry Orbach) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolver. Despite the NYPD having officially switched to automatic pistols on January 1st, 1994, more senior officers like Briscoe were grandfathered in and allowed to continue carrying revolvers.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Detective Lennie Briscoe (Jerry Orbach) with his S&W drawn in "Bodies" (S14E01).
"Oh, I thought I was the only guy that still carried a .38" quips Det. Briscoe as Det. Green unwraps a suspect's S&W 36 in "Patient Zero" (S14E03).
Det. Briscoe (Jerry Orbach) with his S&W drawn in "Payback" (S14E12).
Special Agent Jamal Atkinson (Lance Reddick) hands over a suspect's S&W 36 in "City Hall" (S14E14). He refers to it as a "Colt .38 Revolver," but close examination reveals the Smith & Wesson-style cylinder latch. Note the square butt.
Special Agent Atkinson handles the suspect's S&W 36 while on the stand in "City Hall" (S14E14). He eventually hands it back to EADA Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston). Note the five shots, and the ejector rod shroud.
Det. Green finds a suspect's S&W 36 in "Can I Get a Witness?" (S14E16).
Det. Briscoe takes a S&W 36 off of Carmine "Bumpy" Bustalein (Bo Dietl) in "Everybody Loves Raimondo's" (S14E20).
Det. Green finds another S&W 36 in the airbag compartment of a suspect's car in "Everybody Loves Raimondo's" (S14E20).
Det. Briscoe shows the S&W 36 found to Paul Raimondo (Ray Abruzzo) in "Everybody Loves Raimondo's" (S14E20).
Det. Briscoe approaches a suspect's door with his S&W 36 in "Vendetta" (S14E21).
Detective Lennie Briscoe (Jerry Orbach) puts away his S&W in "Vendetta" (S14E21).
Det. Green checks the rounds in an S&W 36 fished out of the Hudson River in "C.O.D." (S14E24).
Ballistics tech Kevin Braken (E.J. Carroll) with the found S&W 36 in "C.O.D." (S14E24).
A picture of the S&W 36 next to a side-by-side comparison between rounds fired from the revolver and rounds recovered from the victim in "C.O.D." (S14E24).
Gun shop owner Murray Gunderczak (Terry Burke) with the S&W 36 on the stand in "C.O.D." (S14E24). The show refers to the model as a "Smith & Wesson 38."

Goof

In the teaser of "Patient Zero" (S14E03), a gunshot is heard offscreen, and then the camera swings around to a carjacker dropping a driver on the ground. It's later revealed that the driver is dead with a single gunshot wound to the chest, and a matching ".38" found in the driver's possession.

So where's the gun? Both hands are seen, but the gun is not seen in either hand.

Pistols

Glock 19

Detective Ed Green (Jesse L. Martin) and other NYPD officers are armed with Glock 19 pistols.

Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Detective Ed Green (Jesse L. Martin) draws his Glock on the suspect in "Bodies" (S14E01).
Det. Green draws his Glock on the suspect in "Ill-Conceived" (S14E10).
A uniformed office (Jesse Shafer) with his Glock 19 drawn in "Can I Get a Witness?" (S14E16).
Detective Ed Green (Jesse L. Martin) puts his Glock to the head of Walter Grimes (David Warshofsky) in "Vendetta" (S14E21).

M1911A1

CSU Technician Grier (Rich Duva) finds a victim's M1911A1 in "Bounty" (S14E02).

Satin Nickel M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP
CSU Technician Grier (Rich Duva) holds up the victim's M1911A1 in "Bounty" (S14E02).

Beretta 92FS

Ballistics tech Evan Underberg (Peter Smith) handles a Beretta 92FS in "Embedded" (S14E08). It is referred to as a military issue M9. This episode mistakenly states that all soldiers are issued sidearms, although in this case, both Sgts. George Meacham (Keith Nobbs} and Dixon Hawes (never seen onscreen) might've been issued pistols as NCOs. This episode also shows soldiers being able to take their weapons back from combat zones, which would not be permitted in real life.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Evan Underberg (Peter Smith) with a Beretta 92FS in "Embedded" (S14E08).

Smith & Wesson 61 Escort

The murder weapon in "Gaijin" (S14E22) is a nickel-plated Smith & Wesson 61 Escort. It is correctly desribed as a "Smith & Wesson .22."

Smith & Wesson 61 Escort (Factory nickel with Faux Ivory Grips) - .22 Long Rifle (Blank adapted movie gun)
Det. Briscoe finds the suspect's S&W 61 in "Gaijin" (S14E22).

Unknown pistol

An unknown pistol is seen in the ballistics lab in "Embedded" (S14E08).

The unknown pistol on the counterin "Embedded" (S14E08). It resembles an M1911.

Shotguns

Ithaca 37

A police officer is seen with an Ithaca 37 in "Patient Zero" (S14E03).

Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 Gauge
Officers stacking up on a suspect's door in "Patient Zero" (S14E03).

Rifles/Carbines

MGC M16

A police office is seen with what is likely an MGC M16 replica with A2 handguards in "Patient Zero" (S14E03).

The MGC M16 Assault rifle: a non firing metal replica built by the Model Gun Corp of Japan and one of the most used non firing replicas of the M16 in movies and television. The 'forward assist' on the early models like the one imaged here are bolt inserts to keep the receiver together. Modern MGC M16 replicas have improved by third parties over the years (like adding A1 flash hiders) making it more accurate to the real thing making it harder for 'Connoisseurs' to identify.
Officers stacking up on a suspect's door in "Patient Zero" (S14E03).
US Army soldiers in the background with presumably MGC replicas in "Embedded" (S14E08).

Other

Gun Rack

Various rifles are seen in the background in a scene set in a gun shop in Bennington, Vermont in "C.O.D." (S14E24).

The gun rack in "C.O.D." (S14E24).

See Also

Law & Order
(1990-2010)
Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5  •  Season 6  •  Season 7  •  Season 8  •  Season 9  •  Season 10  •  Season 11  •  Season 12  •  Season 13  •  Season 14  •  Season 15  •  Season 16  •  Season 17  •  Season 18  •  Season 19  •  Season 20
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
(1999-)
Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5  •  Season 6  •  Season 7  •  Season 8  •  Season 9  •  Season 10  •  Season 11  •  Season 12  •  Season 13  •  Season 14  •  Season 15  •  Season 16  •  Season 17  •  Season 18  •  Season 19  •  Season 20
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
(2001-2011)
Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5  •  Season 6  •  Season 7  •  Season 8  •  Season 9  •  Season 10
Other Spin-offs Law & Order: Trial by Jury (2005-2006)  •  Conviction (2006)  •  Law & Order: Los Angeles (2010-2011)  •  Law & Order True Crime (2017-)
Film Exiled: A Law & Order Movie (1998)
Foreign Adaptations Law & Order: UK (2009-2014)
Related Series Homicide: Life on the Street (1993-1999)  •  Chicago P.D. (2014-)  •  Chicago Justice (2017)



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