Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
The following weapons were used in the television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Many of the criminals and police officers seen in the series are armed with Beretta 92FSs. Some of the handguns are seen equipped with suppressors and various types of accessories, such as laser modules.
In "Top Copy" (S2E14), Diana Stride (Raquel Welch
) fires her Beretta 92FS
fitted with a suppressor,a laser module under the barrel, and a red dot sight.
In "Top Copy" (S2E14), hospital guards storm in with Beretta 92FS
pistols during Diana's hospital infiltration.
In "Top Copy" (S2E14), the same hospital guards lowering their Beretta 92FSs
The Commander (Lindsey Ginter
) with a Beretta 92FS as he attempts persuading Superman to not block a nuclear missile convoy in "Lucky Leon" (S2E16).
A thug attempts to steal a man's watch while armed with a Beretta 92FS
before Tempus interrupts in "Tempus Fugitive" (S2E18).
A bank robber fires his dual Beretta 92FS pistols at a security guard in "Faster than a Speeding Vixen" (S4E17).
In "Operation Blackout" (S2E06), Colonel Charles Fane (J.T. Walsh) appears to be armed with a Beretta 92SB-C.
Beretta 92SB-C 9x19mm, compact model of the 92SB.
"She doesn't know that intruding into a base is a federal offense." In "Operation Blackout" (S2E06), Colonel Charles Fane (J.T. Walsh
) appears to be armed with a Beretta 92SB-C
Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith"
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Lex Luthor's ex-wife Dr. Antoinette Baines (Kim Johnston Ulrich) uses a Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith" when confronting Lois at the space shuttle launch site. In "Illusions of Grandeur" (S1E15), the pistol is used by a magician who holds Lois hostage.
Smith & Wesson 3913 LS "Ladysmith" 9mm.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Lex's ex-wife's Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith" in her desk drawer.
Lex's ex-wife chambers her pistol in "Pilot" (S1E01).
John Dillinger (Robert Clohessy) and Clyde Barrows (Joseph Gian) are seen with the M1911A1 in "That Old Gang of Mine" (S2E07).
World War II issued Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP.
John Dillinger (Robert Clohessy
) points his M1911A1 at the bank examiners in "That Old Gang of Mine" (S2E07).
Clyde's M1911A1 on the table in "That Old Gang of Mine" (S2E07).
Colt MK IV Series 70
In "Wall of Sound" (S2E02), Derek Camden (Scott Colomby), the man that Lois and Clark were meeting, carries a Colt MK IV Series 70.
Colt 1911 Series 70 - .45 ACP
In "Wall of Sound" (S2E02), Derek Camden (Scott Colomby
) threatens to shoot if Lois and Clark comes closer.
In "Wall of Sound" (S2E02), Derek tightens his grip on the Colt MK IV Series 70.
Desert Eagle (Mark I and Mark VII)
Arianna (Emma Samms) uses the Desert Eagle Mark I as her sidearm in "Madame Ex". Tempus (Lane Davies) used Desert Eagles in several episodes - in "Tempus Fugitive", he stole a custom two-tone Desert Eagle Mark I from a gun store, along with a Glock 17L. He then used a nickel Mark VII in the episode "Tempus, Anyone?", which he mysteriously referred to as a "12-clip automatic". Another Desert Eagle was seen in Harrison's hands in "The Ides of Metropolis" and a nickel Desert Eagle Mark VII appears in "Tempus, Anyone?" in the hands of a spectator watching Perry's speech.
Magnum Research Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum. First model of Desert Eagle put into production.
Arianna loads her Kryptonite infected magazine.
Tempus aims his custom two-tone Desert Eagle Mark I at Lois in "Tempus Fugitive".
Tempus holding the Desert Eagle.
Superman freezes the Desert Eagle.
Desert Eagle MK VII - .357 Magnum w/ nickel finish.
In "Tempus, Anyone?", Tempus draws his new Desert Eagle (this one an all-nickel Mark VII) on Lois.
Tempus forces Lois into his time machine with the Desert Eagle.
"It's not a good idea to be on the streets these days without protection. You know, my stores are offering a great deal on a 12-clip automatic. 24 rounds with every purchase, and a free pair of sunglasses."
The man near the bottom left claps with his nickel Desert Eagle Mark VII.
The criminal draws out out his Desert Eagle Mark VII, but finds the gun useless on Superman.
Several cops and detectives use Glock 19s. One is used in "The Ides of Metropolis," "Chip Off The Old Clark," and "Metallo". One is also seen being used by Lucille (Shelley Long) in "Ultra Woman" when she confronts two thugs beating up Clark Kent.
Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Clark unloads Detective Reed's Glock 19 in "The Ides of Metropolis".
Detective Reed (Melanie Mayron
) with her Glock 19
pointed at Lois during a confrontation between them in "The Ides of Metropolis".
Lucille aims her Glock 19 at the two thugs attacking Clark Kent in "Ultra Woman".
The Walther PPK is used by a cloning expert to kill the Superman clone in " Vatman." Another is also seen in the hands of Lex's ex-wife Dr. Gretchen (Denise Crosby). Several other characters also use Walther PPKs.
Walther PPK in 7.65x17mm Auto (.32 ACP)
Walther PPK - 9mm Kurz aka 9x17mm (.380 ACP)
"Don't be alarmed. She will see another sunset." Bill Church Jr. holds Lois hostage during one of Superman's visits to a psychotherapist in "Individual Responsibility".
Bill Church Jr.(Bruce Campbell
) aims his Walther PPK at Perry in the same episode.
We also see Tempus from "Tempus, Anyone?" and Agent "Sweet Tart" (Una Damon) from "The Dad Who Came In From the Cold" use stainless Walther PPKs. Another is seen in "The Green, Green, Glow of Home" used by Jason Trask (Terence Knox) in a failed attempt to kill Clark Kent/Superman near the end of the episode.
Walther PPK stainless - 9mm Kurz aka 9x17mm (.380 ACP)
Sweet Tart aims her stainless Walther PPK at Lois and Superman in "The Dad Who Came In From the Cold".
Tempus fires his stainless Walther PPK in the air to get the crowd out of the way in "Tempus, Anyone?".
Tempus with his stainless Walther PPK before being knocked to the floor by H.G. Wells.
Trask slowly sinks into the water with a stainless Walther PPK in his hand in "The Green, Green, Glow of Home".
Heckler & Koch P9S
A suppressed Heckler & Koch P9S is used by Dr. Isaac Mamba (Tony Curtis) in "I Now Pronounce You..." when Lois discovers the President and Secret Service frog clones.
Heckler & Koch P9S, post 1973 model with hooked trigger guard - 9x19mm
Dr. Mamba aims his suppressed Heckler & Koch P9S at Lois.
Dr. Mamba surrenders and gives his suppressed Heckler & Koch P9S to Superman after a failed attempt to threaten Lois Lane.
Extremists of the NSBA (National Society for a Better America), a neo-Nazi group organized by Nazi Party members released from suspended animation, carry Walther P38Ks with wooden grips in "Super Mann." The Walther P38K is a variant of the Walther P38, a pistol that was used by real Nazis during World War II.
An NSBA extremist in the background points his Walther P38K at Perry.
Skip Wallace (Sean Whalen
) with his Walther P38K as he orders his men to chase after Lois Lane.
Heckler & Koch USP
The head Nazi, Steve Law (Sean Kanan), in "Super Mann" is seen aiming a Heckler & Koch USP during an argument with Hank West (Paul Kersey). Another can be seen in "Home is Where The Hurt is" used by an Intergang member confronting Lois' mother in an alley.
Heckler & Koch USP 9x19mm
Steve Law pointing his Heckler & Koch USP at Hank West.
The Intergang member shows off his H&K USP as a form of intimidation when Lois' mother continues arguing with him.
The leader of the terrorists, Fuentes (Robert Beltran), used the Glock 17 to hold Lois hostage, but lost his gun when Superman saved Lois in "Fly Hard". Another can be seen in "Never on Sunday" used by an agent firing wildly at the dogs (Lois & Clark in reality) in his visions.
A Generation 2 Glock 17 in 9x19mm.
Fuentes fires his Generation 2 Glock 17
Beretta 92FS Inox
Lex Luthor (John Shea) is seen handing a Beretta 92FS Inox to an assassin in a flashback in "The House of Luthor" and several assassins likely use this. The Beretta that Lex gives to his henchman is fitted with ivory (or faux ivory) grips.
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
Lex puts the Beretta into the case.
The same assassin, disguised as an employee, gets disarmed by Lois.
Superman burns the Beretta 92FS Inox.
In "Witness" (S1E13), Sebastian Finn's friend uses a SIG-Sauer P230 with a steel finish until Lois (Teri Hatcher) disarms her. Though in these screenshots it looks like a P232, the episode was aired on January 9th, 1994, and the P232 was not released until 1996.
SIG-Sauer P230 - Stainless Steel finish - .380 acp/9mm kurz. Built between 1977-1996.
In "Witness" (S1E13), Sebastian Finn's friend's SIG-Sauer P230
on the floor.
In "Witness" (S1E13), Sebastian Finn's friend's fires shots in the air.
In "Witness" (S1E13), Lois with the pistol.
Tempus (Lane Davies) steals a Glock 17L fitted with a 33-round magazine from a gun store and uses it in "Tempus Fugitive." The gun store manager refers to the bullets as "puppies" and inaccurately describes the magazine as a "32-shot stagger clip".
Glock 17L (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
A gun store manager shows Tempus a Glock 17L.
Tempus tries out the Glock 17L after taking it from the gun store manager.
In 1866, Tempus intimidates Jesse James by showing off what his Glock 17L can do.
A Flintlock Pistol is seen in Lex's gun collection.
Smith & Wesson 5906
An agent of the Church Group can be seen aiming a nickeled Smith & Wesson 5906 at Lois, Perry, and Jimmy for heavily criticizing the Church Group's downfall and the consequences of it until Superman disarms him in "We Have a Lot To Talk About."
Early Model Smith & Wesson 5906 - 9x19mm.
The Church Group agent holds up his hands in front of Superman with his stainless steel Smith & Wesson 5906 in his left hand.
In "The People vs. Lois Lane" (S4E06), Elroy Sikes (Peter Spellos) is seen holding a Beretta 84F with a black finish and black handgrips and gives it to Lois Lane (Teri Hatcher) to trick her into pointing the gun at him. Unbeknownst to Lois, Professor Cole (Alan Rachins) uses the detonator hidden in his gun to automatically fire the gun in Lois's hands without the need of a trigger, thus killing Sikes and causing the police to blame Lois for the murder. What's interesting is that Sikes says "Hasta la vista, baby" before the gun fires, a reference to Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
In "The People vs. Lois Lane" (S4E06), Lois (Teri Hatcher
) holds the Beretta 84F.
"Hasta la vista, baby!" In "The People vs. Lois Lane" (S4E06), Elroy quotes The Terminator after getting Lois to hold him at gunpoint.
In "The People vs. Lois Lane" (S4E06), Professor Cole activates the detonator, thus forcing the gun to fire and killing Sikes in the process. Notice that the gun appears to be a flashpaper gun. It is strange that no one notices how Lois' finger is not on the trigger, which would have a huge significance on the murder case.
Smith & Wesson 4506-1
A Smith & Wesson 4506-1 is seen in a gun cabinet in "Tempus Fugitive."
A later model Smith & Wesson 4506-1 - .45 ACP. Note the lack of a 'step up' in the frame that the older 4506 has as well as the rounded trigger guard. Also note the straight backstrap to the pistol grip versus the curved backstrap on the older model.
The Smith & Wesson 4506-1 inside a gun cabinet (circled in red).
An unknown pistol is seen inside a gun cabinet in "Tempus Fugitive."
The pistol inside a gun cabinet (circled in red).
Colt Officer's ACP
A Colt Officer's ACP with black grips can be seen on display in a gun store in "Tempus Fugitive."
Colt Officers ACP - .45 ACP
A Colt Officer's ACP on display (circled in red).
The detective with his holstered pistol.
Wilkinson Arms Linda Pistol
Wilkinson Arms Linda Pistols with carbine flash hiders are used by thugs robbing a facility for microchips in "Contact."
A thug aims his WA Linda Pistol at scientists.
Another thug with his WA Linda Pistol as he grabs a case of microchips.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose
A Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose is used by Nigel St. John (Tony Jay), who carries it through the series. Another can be seen used by Professor Jefferson Cole (Alan Rachins) in "Dead Lois Walking" and Mr. Monroe in "Ghosts."
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose (left side).
Nigel aims his Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose at Jason.
Professor Cole with his Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose.
Monroe aims his Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose at Herbie Saxe.
Single Action Army
Superman(Dean Cain) is seen using a nickeled Single Action Army with pearl grips in "Never-ending Battle" and takes it from Lex's case to demonstrate how fast he is. It also makes another appearance in "Soul Mates" in the hands of Clark Kent when he stops Tempus from escaping with Lois. He fires it and catches the bullet in time. In the same episode, Tempus (Lane Davies) also uses the "Cavalry" model to shoot off the rope hanging Clark when Clark, Lois, and H.G. Wells encounter Tempus in an alternate dimension. More can be seen in the holsters of Tempus' men that Clark knocks out.
Colt Single Action Army w/ 5.5" barrel known as the "Artillery" model .45 Long Colt
Superman grabs the Single Action Army from Lex's case.
Superman chambers the Single Action Army.
Close-up of the Single Action Army as Superman fires it.
Clark aims his nickeled Single Action Army at Tempus.
When Clark stops Tempus from escaping, his extra holstered nickeled Single Action Armies are visible (circled in red).
Colt Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model.
Tempus shoots off the rope hanging Clark with a Single Action Army.
Lex's Golden Revolver
Lex used this to save Lois in the episode, "Requiem for a Superhero" .
Lex with his golden revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 64
In "Tempus Fugitive", the gun store manager takes cover with his Smith & Wesson Model 64 and was about to fire when he sees Superman.
Smith & Wesson Model 64 Stainless Model - .38 Special
Agent Dan Scardino (Jim Pirri) uses a Ruger GP100 as his sidearm throughout season 2.
A Ruger GP100, the Stainless Version; .357 Magnum.
Scardino aims his Ruger GP100
at Lois and Clark for disguising themselves as workers, but lets them go.
In "Resurrection" (S2E17), Lois uses Scardino's Ruger GP100
to stop McCarthy from killing Scardino.
Scardino with the Ruger GP100 in his hand as he arrests Mr. Neener.
Smith & Wesson Schofield
Several men in 1866 in the episode "Tempus Fugitive" are armed with Smith & Wesson Schofields.
Smith & Wesson Schofield Model 3 with blued finish - .45 Schofield.
In "I'm Looking Through You", Henry Barnes is seen with a Colt Python. One is also seen used by a random criminal in "Forget Me Not" and a police officer in "Meet John Doe."
Henry Barnes holds his Colt Python
while robbing a jewelry store in the invisible suit.
The cop with her holstered Colt Python.
Smith & Wesson Model 64 Snub Nose
In "Target: Jimmy Olsen," Sarah takes out a Smith & Wesson Model 64 Snub Nose from a package that was on Lois' desk to kill Clark Kent, but Clark grabs the bullet and throws the gun and the bullet away. One can be seen carried by a police detective in "I'm Looking Through You" and a bystander in a crowd in "Tempus, Anyone?"
Smith & Wesson Model 64 Snub Nose - .38 Special.
A police detective on the right is armed with a S&W Model 64 Snub Nose.
Colt Detective Special
Bonnie and Clyde are armed with Colt Detective Specials in Hairdo's gambling club in "That Old Gang of Mine" and Clyde uses one to kill Clark Kent, which Clark fakes his own death and made an excuse after he claimed to be "resurrected". William W.W.W. uses one to commit suicide, but Superman stops him in time. One can also be seen in a gun cabinet in "Tempus Fugitive." In the episode "Target: Jimmy Olson," Claudette Wilder (Michelle Phillips) uses a suppressed (even though in reality, revolvers can't be suppressed due to the open gas chambers) one to kill Dr. Golden.
Colt Detective Special 1st Gen - .38 Special
William's Colt Detective Special.
A Colt Detective Special in a gun cabinet (circled in red).
Claudette Wilder draws out her suppressed Colt Detective Special.
Remington 1866 Derringer
Clark's x-ray vision on Jimmy's father reveals a polished steel Remington 1866 Derringer with yellow pearl grips attached near his wrists in "The Dad Who Came In From The Cold".We also see Jimmy's father draw out two of these attached near his wrists to guard the two secret agents near the end of the episode.
Remington 1866 Derringer - .41 R.F. Caliber. Polished Steel with yellow pearl grips
Jimmy's father's Remington 1866 Derringer revealed by Clark's x-ray visions.
Jimmy's father with his two Remington 1866s.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Nell, Lucille's sister, takes a Smith & Wesson Model 10 from a downed bank guard in "Ultra Woman" and uses to to shoot Ultra Woman until Superman blocks the bullet. Many of the minor bank robbers and cops in the series also use these.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver - .38 Special
Neil aims her Smith & Wesson Model 10. Note the missing front sight.
An Intergang thug aims his Smith & Wesson Model 10 at Lois' and Clark's mothers after stealing their purse and shopping bag.
A security guard aims his Smith & Wesson Model 10 at Tempus a.k.a. "John Doe" in "Meet John Doe."
Smith & Wesson Military & Police
A statue version of the Smith & Wesson Military & Police can be seen on the logo of Tempus' cheap gun store in "Tempus, Anyone?"
Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver - .38 Special
The statue version of the Smith & Wesson Military & Police.
Smith & Wesson Model 15
In "Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding," Leo Nunk is seen aiming a Smith & Wesson Model 15 at Lois when she is held captive. Officer Carter Landry (Thomas F. Wilson) uses one in "Lethal Weapon" and tries to kill Perry and Jimmy, but gets tied up by Superman.
Smith & Wesson Model 15 .38 Special
Leo Nunk aims his Smith & Wesson Model 15 at Lois.
A bank robber runs from a bank with a Smith & Wesson Model 15 in his hands.
Smith & Wesson Model 17
In "The People v. Lois Lane," an illusion of Lois Lane is seen armed with a Smith & Wesson Model 17.
Smith & Wesson Model 17 Target model - .22lr.
The illusion of Lois Lane walks through Superman with a Smith & Wesson Model 17.
Webley Mk I
A possible Webley Mk I with a gold finish can be seen on display in a gun store in "Tempus Fugitive."
Webley Mk I - .455 Webley
A Webley Mk I on display (circled in red).
Smith & Wesson Model 60
A Smith & Wesson Model 60 is used by Metropolis Sheriff Rachel Harris to kill the federal agent that tries to kill Superman in "The Green, Green, Glow of Home." A police officer in "Meet John Doe" gets possessed by Tempus and gives back a bank robber his Smith & Wesson Model 60 and makes references to the 2nd Amendment.
Early version of the Smith & Wesson Model 60 - .38 Special Only
Harris shoots the federal agent with her Smith & Wesson Model 60.
Close up of Harris' Smith & Wesson Model 60.
The possessed police officer gives the bank robbers back their Smith & Wesson Model 60s due to a twisted obsession with the 2nd Amendment.
Smith & Wesson Model 19
A Smith & Wesson Model 19 is used by a bank robber in "'Twas the Night Before Mxymas."
Smith & Wesson Model 19, 6 inch "patridge" front sight barrel - .357 Magnum.
The bank robber with the Smith & Wesson Model 19 before Superman catches him.
The bank robber with the Smith & Wesson Model 19 before Superman takes the revolver.
Superman with the bank robber's Smith & Wesson Model 19.
Winchester Model 1897
Joey is seen with a Winchester Model 1897 in "That Old Gang of Mine" during the shootout at the gambling club.
Winchester Model 1897 Riot Gun 12 gauge
Mossberg 500 Cruiser
A Mossberg 500 Cruiser is seen in "Fly Hard" used by several terrorists.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser - 12 gauge
A cop is seen firing an Ithaca 37 in "I'm Looking Through You."
Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 gauge
A cop on the top left fires his Ithaca 37.
A woman can be seen firing a Remington 870 in "Tempus, Anyone?" One is also seen during Perry White's speech.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
The man on the right waves his Remington 870 in the air.
A woman can be seen carrying a Mossberg 500 in "Tempus, Anyone?"
Mossberg 500 with high-capacity magazine tube - 12 gauge
The woman on the far left with her Mossberg 500 slung on her side.
Winchester Model 1912
In "Forget Me Not", Superman can be seen putting four guns into a pot, including a stainless Winchester Model 1912, after disarming the possessed elderly people of them.
Winchester M1912 Riot Gun
A Winchester Model 1912 can be seen in the middle.
Winchester Model 1300
Two possible Winchester Model 1300s are seen in gun cabinets in "Tempus Fugitive." It can be identified by its unique sienna cocking pump.
Winchester M1300 with extended tube & rubber Butt pad - 12 Gauge
Two Winchester Model 1300s in gun cabinets (circled in red).
Several unknown shotguns can be seen in a gun cabinet in "Tempus Fugitive."
Several shotguns in a gun cabinet (circled in red).
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Several cops and invisible suit-eqipped criminals use Heckler & Koch MP5A3s in "I'm Looking Through You."
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 9x19mm
Criminals with Heckler & Koch MP5A3s while surrounded by police officers.
A SWAT officer fire his H&K MP5A3.
Heckler & Koch MP5k
Several of the invisible criminals in "I'm Looking Through You" use Heckler & Koch MP5ks.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - version with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm.
The criminal in the background is armed with an MP5k.
M1928 Thompsons are seen in the episode, "That Old Gang of Mine" used by Bonnie and Clyde clones. Interestingly, the real Bonnie and Clyde duo are known for frequently using Browning Automatic Rifles for their crimes.
M1928 "Tommy Gun" .45 ACP with 50-round drum magazine, made famous through countless classic gangster movies
Bonnie aims her M1928 Thompson at Perry and Jimmy.
Clyde Barrow fires his M1928 Thompson, eyes closed.
Some officers in the terrorists group including the leader of the terrorists and a woman terrorist carry MAC-10s, but most used them during the shooting in the Planet. Seen only in "Fly Hard."
Ingram MAC 10 open bolt submachine gun - .45 ACP
A terrorist fires her MAC-10
to force the people at the Daily Planet to surrender.
The terrorist leader, Fuentes (Robert Beltran
), threatens the Daily Planet hostages with his MAC-10.
One of the henchmen of Lex's thug is seen with a Uzi. Several old men and women are seen with this in "Forget Me Not." Another can be seen in "Tempus, Anyone?" being carried by a civilian.
2 old men armed with Uzis.
Tempus' henchmen escorting his limo are seen with MAC-11s.
RPB Industries MAC-11 - .380 ACP
A henchman with a MAC-11.
Another henchmen with a MAC-11.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
A Heckler & Koch MP5A2 is used by a thug in "Faster Than A Speeding Vixen," who tries to kill Leslie Luckabee, but gets killed by Vixen.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2 9x19mm with "tropical" wide handguard
The thug fires his Heckler & Koch MP5A2 at Leslie.
A XM177 is used by a thug in the episode "Barbarians at the Planet" and Bureau 39 members. Cops are seen with these, too.
aka Colt Model 629 aka - 5.56x45mm.
A criminal on the right surrenders with a XM177 in his hand.
Browning Automatic Rifle
A gangster uses a Browning Automatic Rifle in "That Old Gang of Mine."
Browning Automatic Rifle .30-06
Almost all of the U.S. soldiers (mostly soldiers from the deactivated, anachronistic 32nd Infantry Division) and guards featured in several episodes are seen with M16A1s with 20 round magazines and A2 style handguards. Some criminals uses these,too.
M16A1 with A2 style handguards - 5.56x45mm.
The M16A1 slung on the side of the U.S. soldier as he tells Colonel Fane about 2 intruders. Note that the soldier has the 32nd Infantry Division patch, a unit that's been deactivated since 1946.
U.S. Military personal armed with M16A1s arrest Clark Kent disguised as a Major for breaking in the base.
U.S. Military personal armed with M16A1s stand guard behind the soldier arguing to Clark Kent.
A U.S. soldier aims his M16A1 at Superman for blocking a convoy carrying nuclear missiles, unaware that Superman was tricked. Note the 32nd Infantry Division patch, a unit that has been deactivated since 1946, which is quite anachronistic for Lois and Clark's setting.
A terrorist with an M16A1.
In "Forget Me Not," Superman puts some guns taken from old people, including a normal M16A1.
M16A1 with 30 Round magazine - 5.56x45mm
The M16A1 is the one on the right.
Colt Government Model HBAR
An old woman is seen with an Colt Government Model HBAR in "Forget Me Not."
Colt Government Model HBAR, the A2 version of the AR15 Civilian Rifle - 5.56x45mm (note the lack of a third position for burst mode for the selector switch)
The old woman fires her Colt Government HBAR.
Superman puts some guns into a water fountain, including a Colt Government HBAR.
Ruger Mini-14 (with Muzzelite bullpup stocks)
Several terrorists in "Fly Hard" use Ruger Mini-14s with Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup Stock, and are seen slung on their back. One can be seen carried by a civilian in "Tempus, Anyone?"
Ruger Mini-14 in a Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup stock - 5.56x45mm
The terrorists on the left are armed with Ruger Mini-14s.
A Galil AR can be seen taken out from a car trunk by a civilian in "Tempus, Anyone?"
A civilian loads a magazine into a Galil AR.
Several civilians in "Tempus, Anyone?" can be seen with AK-47s. Many can be seen used by the Viet Cong in the bus driver's bizarre visions in "Never on Sunday."
Type III AK-47 with prototype slab sided magazine - 7.62x39mm
A civilian walking with an AK-47 (circled in red).
A Viet Cong fires his AK-47 at the bus driver in his visions.
Colt Model 653
The first assassin, Mallow, is seen fires a Colt Model 653 at the Daily Planet building in "Target: Jimmy Olson."
Colt Model 653 Carbine 16" barrel - 5.56x45mm
Mallow shoots his Colt Model 653 at the windows of the Daily Planet.
Mallow fires his Colt Model 653 at Superman. Note how he prevents himself from flinching from recoil.
Superman bends the barrel of the Colt Model 653.
CAR-15 MGC Replica
Many of the U.S. Army troopers in "Lord of the Flies" and "Battleground Earth" are armed with CAR-15 MGC Replicas. Some are fitted with an M203 grenade launchers.
The MGC CAR-15 Assault rifle.
A soldier gets to a tank with his MGC CAR-15 in his hand. Note the M203 grenade launcher.
A U.S. soldier on the right with his slung CAR-15 MGC replica.
In the episode,"The Rival," a sniper uses a Ruger M77, trying to assassinate Senator Wallace, but Superman stops the bullet before it reaches the Senator.
Ruger M77 .30-06 with scope removed
The sniper readies his rifle.
The sniper with the rifle.
A man can be seen waving a Ruger Mini-14 in the air during Perry's speech in "Tempus, Anyone?"
Ruger Mini-14 with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Winchester Model 70
A Winchester Model 70 can be seen being waved in the air by a bystander in the crowd listening to Perry White's speech in "Tempus, Anyone?" Another one can be seen fitted with a sniper scope in the same episode when Perry introduces Clark Kent to the crowd.
Modern update of classic Winchester Model 70 with open sights - .30-06.
The man on the left waves his Winchester Model 70 in the air.
Winchester Model 70 with sniper scope - .30-06
The woman in the middle waves her Winchester Model 70 in the air.
When the bus driver gets bizarre hallucinations about the Vietnam War as a result of a curse, a Viet Cong can be seen aiming a Karabiner 98k at him in "Never on Sunday."
Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A Viet Cong in a hallucination aims a Kar98K at the bus driver.
Unidentified Bolt-Action Rifle
An Unidentified Bolt-Action Rifle modified with Kryptonite rounds is used by Mr. Gadget's sniper in "Lethal Weapon" to injure Superman during Mr. Gadget's attempt to destroy the Hall of Justice.
A sniper chambers his sniper rifle.
The sniper notices the Red Kryptonite taking effect on Superman's heat vision.
Winchester Model 1892
Lex Luthor (John Shea) uses a Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine in the end of the episode, "The Ides of Metropolis", for skeet shooting on his balcony.
Winchester 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine - .32WCF/.38-40/.44-40/.25-20.
Lex Luthor fires his Winchester Model 1892 Saddle Ring Carbine.
An M1 Garand is seen in a gun cabinet in "Tempus Fugitive" when Tempus damages and escape a gun store. In "Meet John Doe," two Metropolis police officers with M1 Garands are seen using them when they are about to execute two men for using postcards instead of telephones before Superman intervenes.
M1 Garand semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
An M1 Garand on the far right in a gun cabinet.
A Metropolis police officer with an M1 Garand.
Two police officers attempt to execute the two civilians with M1 Garands before Superman pulls them away.
A possible M1 Carbine is seen in a gun cabinet in "Tempus Fugitive."
The Modern Manufactured version of the M1 Carbine
, with standard stock, from Auto-Ordnance (affiliated with Kahr Arms and Thomson Arms). Chambered in .30 Carbine
An M1 Carbine in the 3rd cabinet on the right next to the M1 Garand (circled in red).
GE M134 Minigun
The GE M134 Minigun is mounted on an ATAS (All-Terrain-Automated Soldier) during the introduction in "Operation Blackout."
General Electric M134 - 7.62x51mm
The robot fires it's minigun. Note that in the episode, the sound effect of a machine gun with an average rate of fire is used here, despite the mingun's rate of fire surpassing it.
A model of a Browning M2HB is seen on the table of Burton Newcomb in "Strange Visitor [from Another Planet]."
Browning M2HB on M3 tripod - .50 BMG.
The model of the Browning M2HB on the table (circled in red).
An M136 AT4 is seen mounted on a robot in the beginning of "Operation Blackout."
M136 AT4 Anti-Tank rocket launcher - 84mm
The robot turns, revealing it's M136 AT4.
Norinco Type 69
An old man in "Forget Me Not" uses a Norinco Type 69 for a murder in the beginning. One is also used by the Nazi supermodel, Leslie Rockford, in "Super Mann," which obviously uses a fake warhead. A Kryptonite version is used by Colonel Cash to kill Lord Nor in "Battleground Earth."
The old man with his Norinco Type 69. Note the modified rear sight and the grip.
Rockford aims her Norinco Type 69 at Clark's apartment. Note the fake warhead.
Colonel Cash removes the Norinco Type 69 from the brief case.
M203 Grenade Launcher
The M203 grenade launcher is seen fitted on an XM177 in "Barbarians at the Planet" and many soldiers in "The Lord of the Flies" and "Battleground Earth" also have them mounted on M16A1 Rifles and some CAR-15 MGC replicas.
M203 grenade launcher 40mm
A U.S. soldier with an M203 mounted on his CAR-15 MGC replica.
2 U.S. soldiers with M203s mounted on their M16A1 Rifle
A better shot of the M203 on the M16A1. Note that the soldiers appear to be wearing old M1 “steel pot” helmets, rather than the more accurate (for the 1990s) PASGT Kevlar helmets.
Another man was seeen waving an unknown rifle into the air in "Tempus, Anyone?"
The man in the middle waves his unknown gun into the air.
Lex and Nigel use tranquilizer guns in "The Phoenix" to take out the cops escorting a criminal.
Lex with his Tranquilizer gun.
Tranquilizer Gun #2
The clone of the man in change of the Secret Service Detail can be seen firing tranquilizer darts at the Secret Service Detail leader and the president in "I Pronounce You." Another can be seen in the hands of Lex Luthor in "Seconds."
The clone with the tranquilizer gun.
Poster of Guns
Several poster of guns can be seen in "Tempus, Anyone?" when H.G. Wells shows Lois the alternate Metropolis.
: Browning HP, Beretta Cougar, and Walther P38 Bottom
: Unknown revolver, Webley Mk 1, M1911A1, another Beretta Cougar, another Walther P38, Luger P08, Glock 17, and a Ruger GP100. Note the "12 clip automatic" sign below, which Tempus mysteriously refers to as a Desert Eagle magazine when Tempus meets Lois again as she walks with H.G. Wells.
The following guns visible include a Browning HP, another Browning HP with a black finish, a Taurus PT92, a Mauser C96, another Beretta Cougar, and a possible Walther P38.