Longmire - Season 1

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Longmire - Season 1
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DVD cover
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Channel A&E
Genre Crime drama / Western
Broadcast 6/3/12 - 8/12/12
No. of Episodes 10
Main Cast
Character Actor
Walt Longmire Robert Taylor
Victoria "Vic" Moretti Katee Sackhoff
Henry Standing Bear Lou Diamond Phillips
Branch Connally Bailey Chase
Cady Longmire Cassidy Freeman



The first season of Longmire premiered on June 3, 2012 on the A&E Network as a summer series and ran for ten episodes. Each episode was capable of standing on its own, but the B story was a serial that ran throughout the season and continued into the second season, with the series slowly unraveling the truth behind just what happened in Denver with Walt's wife and his reelection campaign against his deputy Branch Connally.

The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Longmire:

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Contents


Handguns

Colt Government Model

Sheriff Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) carries a Colt Government Model with custom stag grips for his duty sidearm. Unlike most men who choose to carry the M1911, Walt chooses to carry in Condition 2 (mag inserted, round chambered, hammer uncocked) which most M1911 users do not recommend for safety reasons.

Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Walt confronts Avo (Nathaniel Arcand) in the pilot.
Note that he's holding his Colt in his injured hand.
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Walt with his pistol holstered in "The Dark Road" (S01E02). Note that the hammer is down, which indicates he carries in either Condition 2 or 3.
Walt compares one of his own bullets with a .45 caliber entry wound in "A Damn Shame" (S01E03).
Walt with his Colt before raiding a motel room in "The Cancer" (S01E04). Note that he has cocked his pistol.
Walt takes a moment to decock his Colt before holstering "The Cancer" (S01E04).
Walt opens fire with his Colt in "The Cancer" (S01E04).
Octavio Muara (Lobo Sebastian) with his M1911 in "The Cancer" (S01E04).
Walt fires his M1911 into the air in "Dog Soldier" (S01E05). This seems a bit reckless, especially since he's at a gas station.
Walt's M1911 on a table in "Dog Soldier" (S01E05).
Walt cocking his Colt in "An Incredibly Beautiful Thing" (S01E08).
Walt decocking his Colt in "An Incredibly Beautiful Thing" (S01E08).

Glock 19

Deputy Victoria 'Vic' Moretti (Katee Sackhoff) carries a Glock 19 for her duty sidearm.

Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Promotional image of Katee Sackhoff as Victoria 'Vic' Moretti
A shot of Vic's Glock on her hip, and not just an excuse to look at her butt.
Vic with her Glock drawn in "The Dark Road" (S01E02).
Vic with her Glock drawn in "A Damn Shame" (S01E03).
A security guard (John Trejo) with Glock drawn in "An Incredibly Beautiful Thing" (S01E08).
A security guard with Glock drawn in "An Incredibly Beautiful Thing" (S01E08).
Vic opens fire on a snake in "Dogs, Horses and Indians" (S01E09). (She's probably not fond of snakes.)
Officer Mathias (Zahn McClarnon) with his Glock drawn in "Dogs, Horses and Indians" (S01E09).

Smith & Wesson Sigma

Deputy Branch Connally (Bailey Chase) carries a two-tone Smith & Wesson Sigma as his sidearm.

Smith & Wesson Sigma Stainless SW9F Two-Tone - 9x19mm
Branch with his Sigma drawn in "A Damn Shame" (S01E03).
Branch with his Sigma drawn in "A Damn Shame" (S01E03).
Branch with his Sigma drawn in "An Incredibly Beautiful Thing" (S01E08).

Smith & Wesson Model 29

Deputy Ferguson, AKA "The Ferg" (Adam Bartley) appears to carry a Smith & Wesson Model 29 as his sidearm.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 Magnum.
The Ferg with his revolver drawn in "A Damn Shame" (S01E03).
The Ferg with his revolver drawn in "The Cancer" (S01E04).
The Ferg with his revolver drawn in "An Incredibly Beautiful Thing" (S01E08).

Colt New Service

A modified Colt New Service is believed to have been the weapon used in a suicide in "A Damn Shame" (S01E03). It has a Single Action Army-ejector rod, and appears to be similar to the prop used in the original True Grit. Walt says it's chambered in ".45."

Colt New Service - .45 ACP.
Walt picks up the burned revolver in "A Damn Shame" (S01E03). From this angle, it looks like a Colt SAA...
...until Walt turns it around and reveals the swing-out cylinder.
Walt notes that the rounds likely fired due to the heat from the barn fire, as the primers were still intact.
Where old props go to die.

Intratec TEC-9

"Agent Daxner" (Terry Dale Parks) is armed with a Intratec TEC-9 during his standoff with Walt and his deputies in "A Damn Shame" (S01E03). He fires it semi-automatically.

Intratec TEC-9 - 9x19mm
Daxner firing into the floor with his TEC-9.
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SIG-Sauer P226R

Eli (Diego Klattenhoff) carries a SIG-Sauer P226R as his sidearm before Walt takes it away from him in "The Cancer" (S01E04).

SIG-Sauer P226R - 9x19mm
Eli with his P226 drawn.
Eli with his weapon.
Eli's sidearm in the dirt.
Eli hands his P226R to Walt.

Dan Wesson Model 15

Walt uses what appears to be a Dan Wesson Model 15 in a series of flashbacks throughout the season.

Dan Wesson Model 15 - .357 Magnum
Walt with the Dan Wesson in "Dog Soldier" (S01E05).
Walt with the Dan Wesson in "Dog Soldier" (S01E05). Walt is right handed, this is just a shot of Walt in the mirror.
Walt with the Dan Wesson in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06).

Beretta 92FS

The murder weapon in "An Incredibly Beautiful Thing" (S01E08) is a Beretta 92FS.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
The Beretta next to Leland (John Pyper-Ferguson) in "An Incredibly Beautiful Thing" (S01E08).
The Beretta next to Leland (John Pyper-Ferguson) in "An Incredibly Beautiful Thing" (S01E08).

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Reuben Lamebull (Jay Tavare) is armed with a Smith & Wesson Model 10 in "Dogs, Horses and Indians" (S01E09).

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver - .38 Special
Reuben Lamebull with his revolver drawn in "Dogs, Horses and Indians" (S01E09).
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Para-Ordnance Nite-Tac

Alfred Lennox (Forrest Fyre) threatens an intruder with a Para-Ordnance Nite-Tac in "Unfinished Business" (S01E10).

Para-Ordnance Nite-Tac stainless steel - .45 ACP.
Alfred Lennox with his Nite-Tac in "Unfinished Business" (S01E10).
The bobbed hammer can be seen clearly here.

Taurus PT911

Jason Lennox (David Lambert) threatens Richard Stark (Aaron Christian Howles) with a stainless Taurus PT911 during a flashback in "Unfinished Business" (S01E10).

Stainless Taurus PT911 9x19mm
The PT911 in "Unfinished Business" (S01E10).

Unidentifiable revolver

Avo (Nathaniel Arcand) surrenders a revolver when Walt confronts him in the pilot. There's not enough seen for a proper ID.

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Unidentifiable revolver

Richard Stark (Aaron Christian Howles) tries to shoot himself with an unknown revolver in "Unfinished Business" (S01E10). It's too dark and its appearance too brief to make a proper ID.

Walt managers to draw, cock, and wound Richard Stark before he can shoot himself.

Rifles

Winchester 1894

Sheriff Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) uses a Winchester 1894 as his rifle of choice.

Winchester 1894 - .30-30.
Promotional image of Robert Taylor as Sheriff Longmire
Walt takes aim at a fleeing suspect. Note that he's now shooting with his left hand.
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Sharps 1874

Dan Estes (Reynaldo Gallegos) uses a Sharps 1874 in the pilot.

Uberti Sharps 1874 Special - .45-70 caliber
Walt inspects Charles Burnett's (Rio Alexander) rusty Sharps.
Walt demonstrates to Branch Connolly (Bailey Chase) why this Sharps couldn't have been the murder weapon.
The assailant loads his (clean) Sharps.

Henry 1860

Dan Estes calls this a "Henry Yellow Boy" in the pilot, an obvious confusion with the Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy".

Henry 1860 - .44 Rimfire (RF) .
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Winchester Model 70

Walt handles Billy Barnes' (Arron Shiver) Winchester Model 70 outfitted with a night vision scope in the pilot.

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 with mount-rail
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Remington Model 700

Omar (Louis Herthum) fires a Remington Model 700 when waiting for Walt at the range in the pilot. TJ Stewart (Seth Adkins) tries to euthanize a horse with one before Walt takes it away from him in "A Damn Shame" (S01E03).

Remington 700 BDL rifle with no iron sights and scope (current production) - .308 Winchester
Omar fires his rifle in the pilot.
TJ Stewart with his rifle in "A Damn Shame" (S01E03).
TJ Stewart levels his rifle at a wounded horse in "A Damn Shame" (S01E03).

Ruger Mini-14

Walt encounters a hunter (uncredited) hunting coyotes with a Ruger Mini-14 in "The Cancer" (S01E04).

Blued Ruger Mini-14 Standard Model Semiautomatic Rifle (Pre-2005) with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
The hunter with his Mini-14.
A shot of the other side of the Mini-14 when Walt levels his .45 at him.

Norinco Type 56-1

Octavio Muara (Lobo Sebastian) fires upon Walt and Eli with a modified Norinco Type 56-1 in "The Cancer" (S01E04). His rifle is equipped with a bakelite magazine and a custom flash hider.

Norinco Type 56-1 Mocked up to resemble AKS-74 - 7.62x39mm
Muara fires his Type 56-1. Note the hooded front sight.
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Muara drops his rifle after it runs dry. Note the folding stock.

Colt Model 1855

Walt has a Colt Model 1855 hanging in his cabin.

Colt 1855 Revolving Rifle (percussion) - .44 caliber.
A shot of Walt's Colt rifle in "Dog Soldier" (S01E05).

Savage Model 16/116

Omar is armed with a Savage Model 16/116 in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06).

Savage Model 116 FXP3 - .300 Win/.270 Win/7mm Rem/.30-06 Springfield
Omar loading up his rifle in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06).
Omar takes aim with his Savage after Vic is hit with a dart in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06).

Shotguns

Mossberg 500 Field Gun

Garrett Driggs (Paul McLean) is seen with a Mossberg 500 Field Gun at the start of the pilot. Walt and Branch Connally (Bailey Chase) handle it throughout the episode. Vic correctly identifies it as a "12 gauge Mossberg." Walt takes one away from Lucien Connally (Peter Weller) in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06).

Mossberg 500A Field Gun with 28" Barrel - 12 Gauge
Walt recovers Driggs' shotgun.
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Walt hands the Mossberg to Branch.
Branch's uncle and former sheriff Lucien Connally shoots out a mirror with his Mossberg 500 Field Gun in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06).
Walt clears the chamber after taking it away from Lucien in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06). In addition to guest-starring as Lucien, Peter Weller also directed the episode.

Mossberg 500 Riot Gun

Vic carries a Mossberg 500 riot gun when raiding a pot farm in "The Cancer" (S01E04). She carries what is presumably the same gun in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06). The Ferg carries what might be the same gun in "Dogs, Horses and Indians" (S01E09).

Mossberg 500 "Persuader" with standard five-shot magazine tube - 12 Gauge. This is the most commonly produced version of the 500 series today.
Vic and Walt assault a tent in "The Cancer" (S01E04).
Vic with her Mossberg in "The Cancer" (S01E04). Note that Walt's M1911 is still uncocked.
Vic with her Mossberg in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06).
The Ferg with the Mossberg in "Dogs, Horses and Indians" (S01E09). Note his thumb on the safety.

Double Barreled Shotgun

Neel Cody's father (John A. Lorenz) confronts Walt and Vic with a Double Barreled Shotgun in "Dog Soldier" (S01E05). In a sound editing goof, the sound of a pump action is thrown in. Vic briefly handles a coach gun in "8 Seconds" (S01E07) at a pawn shop before handing it back to the pawn shop owner (J. Michael Oliva).

1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge.
The father with his shotgun in "Dog Soldier" (S01E05).
Vic with a coach gun in "8 Seconds" (S01E07)
The pawn shop owner with the coach gun in "8 Seconds" (S01E07)

Miscellanea

Palmer Cap-Chur Long Range Projector

Omar carries a Palmer Cap-Chur Long Range Projector when he and Vic go off to find a killer bear in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06). He quickly switches to his Savage 16/116 when Vic is attacked though.

Palmer Cap-Chur Long-Range Projector w/red dot scope
Omar with his dart gun in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06).
Omar with his dart gun in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06).

Dan Inject Model JM Standard

Peter Brooks (Dean Chekvala) shoots Vic with a Dan Inject Model JM Standard C02 dart gun in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06).

Dan Inject JM Standard Model
Peter Brooks surrenders to Omar in "The Worst Kind of Hunter" (S01E06).

Omar's rifles

Omar brings along his collection of rifles in an effort to identify a slug in the pilot.

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