MacGyver (1985) - Season 1

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MacGyver (1985) - Season 1
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Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Channel ABC
Genre Action
Broadcast 1985
No. of Episodes 22
Main Cast
Character Actor
MacGyver Richard Dean Anderson
Peter Thornton Dana Elcar



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

Contents




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Pistols

Colt Mk IV Series 70

The Colt Mk IV Series 70 appears to be the M1911 variant of the season. The Colt Mk IV used in this season is a live gun and it is shot for real multiple times during the season.

In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), a goon in a junkyard carries an Colt Mk IV Series 70 with a supressor during the episode's "opening gambit". Later, when the real episode starts in Burma, it is used by the villianous Truang (Benjamin Lum), Gen. Narai's right hand man. It's mostly seen in his holster, but he draws it out when MacGyver starts causing commotion in the camp. He loses it when MacGyver rams a truck to a shed he is hiding in. When Truang's envoy returns to the village, he has aquired a new one. When MacGyver stops the envoy to taunt them, Truang pulls his Colt and shoots at MacGyver. The Colt Truang fires a real one, as it ejects casings and gunsmoke. Truang has the Colt Mk IV out for rest of the guerilla combat scene, until he is disarmed by Ming's (James Saito) bamboo pole kung fu.

In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), during the opening gambit a high-ranking enemy officer wields a M1911 with chrome ejection port. The M1911 seems to alter between a real one and a non-firing prop, between one with a chrome-colored ejection port and one with a black one. In the main part of the episode, General Vasquez (Gregory Sierra) carries one. It's mostly kept in a holster, but when MacGyver sets off distraction near a church, he draws his Colt Mk IV out of his holster. Also one of Gen. Vasquez's men are seen with a Colt Mk IV.

In "The Heist" (S1E05), a Colt Mk IV appears appears in hands of Jack Catlin (Vernon Wells) at the very beginning, when he rubs off Daniel Sims (Larry D. Mann) with one. The Colt Mk IV is a real gun and actor Vernon Wells is made to shoot it for real. He has trouble keeping face while shooting it and goes through many goofy expressions during the short scene where he fires the gun. One appears in holster of one of the soldiers at airport at the beginning and the end of the episode.

In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Colt Mk IV first appears tucked in Elias' (Anthony Pena) pants. After MacGyver starts causing havoc with MacGyver'ed fertilizer bombs, Elias gets out the Colt Mk IV and goes to investigate. After MacGyver and the hostages try to flee with a water truck, Elias and the boss Terry Andrews (Michael McGuire) board the car. With Elias on the wheel, Terry takes the Colt Mk IV and starts shooting at the escapees. Terry Andrews carries the Colt Mk IV for the rest of the episode, while Elias gets a H&K P9S.

In "Target MacGyver" (S1E10), one of Axminster's goons appears briefly to have the Colt Mk IV.

In "Nightmares" (S1E11), it's carried by goon named Polk (Tommy Lamey). His M1911 has chrome ejection port, meaning this is the Colt Mk IV that pops up a lot in this season. Also the Colt Mk IV emblem is visible in one scene.

In "Flame's End" (S1E13), it's carried by Police Chief Ed Train (Conlan Carter), who turns out to be one of the two people involved in the uranium theft. He reveals himself with Colt Mk IV in hand and tries to kill Mac, Amy and a security guard to erase witnesses. However, Tim Wexler (Robert Englund) leaps in and is shot in the stomach. Train starts to fire towards Mac and Amy, ending up destroying plant controls and injuring the security guard. Again, the gun is shown recoiling. Also, as with Vernon Wells in Episode 5, the actor here seems nervous handling the gun. Train fires 'till he runs out of ammo and flees after that.

In "The Enemy Within " (S1E15), it is used by the brainwashed Craig Bannister (Michael Goodwin) in the episode finale.

In "The Escape" (S1E20), when MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) and "Brian Ashford" (John de Lancie, insert your Stargate and/or Legend joke here) get out of prison, Sara Ashford (Kristina Wayborn) draws a Colt Mk IV and reveals the truth about why she wanted Brian out of prison. Brian steals Sara's Colt and flees the scene. Brian is seen with the Colt Mk IV tucked in his pants during the armsdeal.

In "The Assassin" (S1E22), DXS Agent Connors (Greg Norberg) carries a Colt Mk IV early on the episode. Connors loses his Colt Mk IV to assassin Piedra (Anthony De Longis) when the latter escapes.

Colt MK IV Series 70 - .45 ACP
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), a Junkyard goon with a Colt Mk IV Series 70.
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Truang with M1911 holstered.
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Truang (Benjamin Lum) draws his Colt Mk IV at MacGyver atop the hill. Notice silver hammer and large markings beneath ejection port, signifying that this is a Colt Mk IV. The actor has his eyes closed as he is about to fire the gun for real. Notice that the hammer is down, so the gun is loaded.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), an high-ranking enemy officer with Colt Mk IV on his hands orders the men after MacGyver. Note the chrome ejection port
"You amuse me."
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), an high-ranking enemy officer with Colt Mk IV has had just about enough of MacGyver's smart-ass. Note the chrome ejection port. Also the gun appears to have a chrome hammer.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), soldier under Gen. Vasquez's with Colt Mk IV drawn
Gen. Vasquez (Gregory Sierra): "Who *is* this friend of yours...? This MacGyver?"
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Gen. Vasquez with his Colt Mk IV on his hand questions Ryerson, former being utterly dumbfounded by MacGyver's ability to cause carnage.
In "The Heist" (S1E05), Catlin (Vernon Wells) shoots Sims. The Colt Mk IV here is real and this is the expression that the actor has before firing the gun. It's apparent that Vernon Wells is bit s**tting his pants in here and his expression significantly eases after firing it. Also this appears to be a mirrored shot, since the ejection port is visible on the wrong side.
In "The Heist" (S1E05), soldier with Colt Mk IV in holster. Emblem visible.
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Colt Mk IV tucked in Elias' (Anthony Pena, guy on right) pants.
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Elias (Anthony Pena) with Colt Mk IV goes to investigate a explosion caused by MacGyver
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Terry (Michael McGuire) uses a Colt Mk IV to intimidate Dave (Art Hindle) and Walt (Steve Franken)
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Terry (Michael McGuire) gets out the Colt Mk IV aboard the plane
In "Target MacGyver" (S1E10), Goon with M1911
In "Nightmares" (S1E11), Polk (Tommy Lamey) with the Colt Mk IV. In some shots, the chrome ejection port is visible.
In "Flame's End" (S1E13), Police Chief Ed Train (Conlan Carter) with the Colt Mk IV as Tim Wexler (Robert Englund) walking at him.
In "Flame's End" (S1E13), Ed Train (Conlan Carter) and Tim Wexler (Robert Englund) wrestling over the control of Colt Mk IV, with the gun soon going off.
In "Flame's End" (S1E13), Ed Train (Conlan Carter)'s Colt runs dry and slide locks back.
Brainwashed Craig Bannister (Michael Goodwin) with the Colt Mk IV in the episode "The Enemy Within" (S1E15)
In "The Escape" (S1E20) - Sara Ashford (Kristina Wayborn) with Colt Mk IV shows her true colors. You can notice the emblem between Sara's fingers.
In "The Escape" (S1E20) - Brian (John de Lancie) hurries to the arms deal with the Colt Mk IV he stole from Sara.
In The Assassin" (S1E22) - DXS Agent Connors (Greg Norberg) has his Colt Mk IV out when Piedra is tied down.
In The Assassin" (S1E22) - Assassin Piedra (Anthony De Longis) with Connors' Colt Mk IV, with it's original carrier pinned on bars.

Stunt M1911

Appears in "The Gauntlet" (S1E04). The high-ranking enemy officer's M1911 alters between a this M1911 variant and a Colt Mk IV. It's distinguishable from the black barrel/ejection port. The pistol is possibly a non-firing prop pistol for stuntwork, as it is subjected to physical impact when MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) smacks it with a steel bar hidden in a rolled-up map.

M1911A1 .45 ACP
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), high-ranking enemy officer with black barrel/ejection port M1911
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), shot of the M1911 MacGyver is about to smack away. Note the black ejection port to differentiate from previous Colt Mk IV. Also the extractor appears to be false and merely carved on

Star Model BM

In "Golden Triangle" (S1E02), a nickel, pearl-grip Star Model BM is the sidearm of General Narai (George Cheung). It's seen holstered in his earlier scenes. When MacGyver forces his copter to land, he draws this pistol. However, once he gets out of the helicopter, he is immediately disarmed by MacGyver's hi-keeba move, forcing the two go hand-to-hand. After Gen. Narai dies, MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) picks the general's gun up.

Star BM, nickel finish with pearl grips - 9x19mm
In "Golden Triangle" (S1E02), General Narai (George Cheung) has the Star Model BM holstered as he is verbally threatening the villagers. Note the pearl grips.
In "Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Gen. Narai draws his Star BM pistol as he is forced to land.
In "Golden Triangle" (S1E02), MacGyver dangling the general's Star BM.

Walther PP

Walther PP has multiple appearances during this season. Notably, it is used by Peter "Pete" Thorthon (Dana Elcar) as his sidearm through the season and wields it in the episodes "Nightmares" (S1E11), "Deathlock" (S1E12), "Countdown" (S1E14) and "The Assassin" (S1E22). Also characters other than Pete Thorton use the Walther PP in the episodes "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03) and "The Assassin" (S1E22).

Walther PP, other side - .32 ACP
Gypsy with a Walther PP in the episode "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03). Considering this episode takes place in Eastern Europe during Cold War, it could be speculated that the PP is meant to stand in for Makarov PM.
In "Nightmares" (S1E11), Peter Thorthon (Dana Elcar) engages Colonel Curt's goon with a PP
In "Nightmares" (S1E11), wounded Peter Thorthon (Dana Elcar) with his PP on ground.
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), Peter Thorthon (Dana Elcar) with his PP out.
In "Countdown" (S1E14), Peter Thorthon (Dana Elcar) draws his PP on Michael Donahue (Michael Cavanaugh)
In The Assassin" (S1E22), Peter Thorthon (Dana Elcar) pistolwhips Piedra (Anthony De Longis) with (possible) Walther PP. Allegedly, Richard Dean Anderson almost cut his wrists by the Balisongs hold by actor/stuntman Anthony De Longis here, as the latter collapses upon the former.
In The Assassin" (S1E22), the villainous "Smith" (Jack Heller), checks his Walther PP before heading out.
In The Assassin" (S1E22), Peter Thorthon (Dana Elcar) training his Walther PP on Piedra.

Walther PPK

Besides fullsized PP, the compact Walther PPK also has couple of appearances. In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), Walther PPK is carried by Hungarian police. In the episode "The Enemy Within" (S1E15), Viktoria Tomanova (Viktoriya Fyodorova) is seen with a Walther PPK.

Walther PPK - 7.65x17mm Browning aka .32 ACP
In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), Hungarian police holds a gun on a gypsy during bar raid. It can't be seen too well here, but considering the size and later appearing later in hands of other Hungarian Police, it could be presumed that officer is using a PPK here as well
In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), Hungarian police officers (in green) are ordered to holster their guns. Both have PPK, though the one hold by the officer in the rear can be seen better.
In The Enemy Within" (S1E15), Viktoria (Viktoriya Fyodorova) with Walther PPK.
In The Enemy Within" (S1E15), close up of Viktoria's (Viktoriya Fyodorova) PPK. Safety is on.

Raven Arms MP-25

Appears in "The Heist" (S1E05). After diamond heist, Chris Rhodes (Doran Clark) gets caught by Jack Catlin (Vernon Wells) and the latter uses the former to force MacGyver to return his diamonds. MacGyver driving a MG MGB with the diamonds in the back trunk meets the henchwench Tiffany (Victoria Bass), who enters the car and draws a Raven Arms MP-25 on MacGyver and guides Mac to Chris' location. At the airport, she keeps the gun trained on MacGyver.

Raven Arms MP-25, nickel plated with faux pearl grips - .25 ACP
"Morning"
In "The Heist" (S1E05) - Tiffany (Victoria Bass) draws the Raven Arms MP-25 on MacGyver.
In "The Heist" (S1E05) - Tiffany (Victoria Bass) holds Mac at gunpoint inside the transport plane.

Heckler & Koch P9S

Both the pre-'73 and post-'73 models of the Heckler & Koch P9S appear multiple times during this season.

In "Last Stand" (S1E07), after getting the money out of the armored car, a P9S appears on the desk when the badguys are counting the money. After MacGyver's escape fails about midway thru the episode, a goon named Elias (Anthony Pena) starts using it. Elias carried a Colt Mk IV earlier in the episode, but during a car chase, he gave the Colt to his boss, Terry, who pretty much overtook the gun for himself.

In "Nightmares" (S1E11) - both P9 variants appear. A pre-'73 model with a suppressor attached is used Barrett (J.P Bumstead). The post-'73 model appears in hands of Colonel Curt Neilson (Robert O'Reilly), who gets the P9S out in the finale after MacGyver takes out the remaining two goons. Curt ends up losing the P9S when he and MacGyver end up grappling on ground.

In "The Enemy Within " (S1E15), Reverend Mather (Douglas Dirkson) uncovers a pre-'73 P9S under cloth beneath the podium desk when the GRU assassin Anton Lem (Beau Starr) activates the Reverend's brainwashing during his speech. It turns into Heckler & Koch VP70 due to continuity error.

In "To Be A Man" (S1E17), villainous Khalil (Sid Haig) wields a post-'73 P9S. After Khalil is downed, young boy Ahmed (Ajay Naidu) tries to give the P9S to MacGyver to finish Khalil off.

In "The Escape" (S1E20), when the big prison escape goes down, the Commadant (Vic Polizos) is seen with a (maybe) H&K P9S. Which version is unknown, as trigger guard ends up being obscured too much.

In "The Assassin" (S1E22), some of the agents of the security outfit tasked in protecting the archbishop have post-'73 H&K P9S with supressor. Notably agent named Lopez (Robert Covarrubias) is seen with one when Mac and co. search for Piedra at the last part of episode.

Heckler & Koch P9S, post 1973 model with hooked trigger guard - 9x19mm
Heckler & Koch P9S, pre 1973 model with smooth trigger guard - 9x19mm
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), badguys are counting the money with P9S on table
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Elias (Anthony Pena) with P9S searching for MacGyver
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Elias (Anthony Pena) with P9S hand signals Turk
In "Nightmares" (S1E11), Barrett (J.P Bumstead) with a supressed pre-'73 P9S.
In "Nightmares" (S1E11), Barrett (J.P Bumstead) with a supressed pre-'73 P9S looking for MacGyver. Notice the smooth trigger guard of pre-'73 model.
In "Nightmares" (S1E11), Curt Neilson (Robert O'Reilly) with P9S (seems to be post-'73 model, as trigger guard is more edged) wrestles MacGyver on the ground.
In "The Enemy Within " (S1E15), Reverend Mather (Douglas Dirkson) uncovers a pre-'73 H&K P9S under cloth. However, in the next scene he is shown shooting a H&K VP70.
In "To Be A Man" (S1E17), Khalil (Sid Haig) with post-'73 P9S goes to check who Zia is with at his home.
In "To Be A Man" (S1E17), Khalil (Sid Haig) struck in a chest with a canister while holding a P9S.
In "To Be A Man" (S1E17), Ahmed (Ajay Naidu) tries to give a P9S to MacGyver.
In "The Escape" (S1E20), the Commadant (Vic Polizos) with H&K P9S on his hands rages at Khan (Miguel Fernandes)
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), agents swarm MacGyver and Terry Ross. Silouette of post-'73 H&K P9S can be seen.
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), Lopez (Robert Covarrubias) with supressed H&K P9S searching for Piedra. You can see the post-'73 trigger guard here.
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), jumped-up Lopez (Robert Covarrubias) draws his supressed H&K P9S on a nun.

Heckler & Koch P7

Heckler & Koch P7 appears in two episodes during this season.

H&K P7 first appears in the episode "The Prodigal" (S1E09). At the beginning scene at a woodshop, Joey Bennett (Richard Romanus) handles a H&K P7 after he orders a goon called Max (Stan Kamber) to give his in order to silence his brother, Frank Benett ((Robert Romanus), actually Richard Romanus' borther). In the last action scene of the episode, Max is seen with the P7 again.

H&K P7 appears for second time in the season finale, "The Assassin" (S1E22). It first appears in hands of a black DXS Agent tasked in guarding Piedra (Anthony De Longis). It later appears in hands agents of the security outfit tasked in protecting the archbishop. Notably wielded by Emilio (Richard Yniguez) - head of security for archbishop's protection - during the scene where he interrogates MacGyver and Terry Ross. MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) manages to MacGyver the gun away from Emilio and gives it for Terry Ross (Corinne Bohrer) to keep Emilio at bay while Mac contacts Pete.

Heckler & Koch P7 - 9x19mm
In "The Prodigal" (S1E09), Max (Stan Kamber) responds to Joey Bennett's (Richard Romanus) command and draws his H&K P7 out of his holster.
In "The Prodigal" (S1E09), Joey Bennett (Richard Romanus) with Max's P7, about to confront his brother Frank. Markings match the "Arlington, VA" P7, which were imported to US in early 80s.
In "The Prodigal" (S1E09), during the episode finale, Max (Stan Kamber) shooting at escaping Frank and MacGyver.
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), close-up of DXS Agent's H&K P7
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), DXS Agent goes to check Piedra
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), Emilio (Richard Yniguez) interrogating Mac and Terry
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), MacGyver's (Richard Dean Anderson) got a P7!
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), Terry Ross (Corinne Bohrer) with P7 aims at Emilio while Mac contacts Pete. Though, wasn't P7's designed so that a untrained person can't operate it if they don't know about the squeeze cocker? So that in-case criminal swipes the officer's gun it won't get used against the officer?

Heckler & Koch VP70

Heckler & Koch VP70 appears in two episodes during this season.

"The Enemy Within " (S1E15). When Reverend Mather's (Douglas Dirkson) brainwashing kicks in, he unveils a gun concealed in cloth under the podium desk. First the gun is a pre-'73 Heckler & Koch P9S, but when the Reverend reveals the gun to the event attendees, it has turned into Heckler & Koch VP70. Reverend loads the gun and starts to fire at the crowd at seemingly random. It later appears in the hands of the GRU assassin Anton Lem (Beau Starr) in the episode finale. He loses the gun when MacGyver pushes a TV stand at him. MacGyver picks the gun up and puts it aside. The gun appears to be real, as when the reverend fires it, it ejects a casing, exhalts large muzzle blast and the barrel is smoking after shooting it.

In "Ugly Duckling" (S1E18), a goon named Larkin (Ned Bellamy) has VP70 with a supressor attached. He first uses it during the botched attempt to abduct the Professor Willis (Richard McKenzie). He is seen with the pistol out while talking to his boss, Hatcher (Lee de Broux). He notably wields it during a action scene in a computer class, trying to capture Kate Lafferty (Darcy Marta). He pistolwhips MacGyver uncouncious with it.

Heckler & Koch VP70Z - 9x19mm
In "The Enemy Within " (S1E15), brainwashed Reverend Mather (Douglas Dirkson) opens fire at the crowd with a Heckler & Koch VP70. Note the smoke coming from the barrel. This is possibly a real gun since it also ejects casings and muzzle blast is seen.
In "The Enemy Within" (S1E15), close-up of the VP70 the Reverend Mather (Douglas Dirkson) is shooting with.
In "The Enemy Within" (S1E15), MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) with the VP70 he took from downed GRU Agent Lem.
In "Ugly Duckling" (S1E18), MacGyver slams a door on Larkin (Ned Bellamy), with hand holding supressed VP70 caught inbetween.
In "Ugly Duckling" (S1E18), another angle of Larkin (Ned Bellamy) with hand holding supressed VP70 between door.

Browning Hi-Power

Appears in "Target MacGyver" (S1E10), one of Axminster's men loads a Browning Hi-Power before attacking Harry Jackson's (John Anderson, unrelated to Richard Dean Anderson) cabin. The Hi-Power is not used for remainder of the episode, as the Axminster's goons carry Type 56 rifles for all times.

Browning Hi-Power "Type 73" - 9x19mm. These Hi-Powers feature elongated bushings different from Hi-Powers Made before 1973 and after the MK II Series.
In "Target MacGyver" (S1E10), one of the Axminster's goons with a Browning Hi-Power.

Astra 600

Astra 600 appears in "Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16). It's the sidearm of Major Stepan Frolov (Kai Wulff) during the episode.

Astra 600 - 9x19mm.
In "Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16), Major Stepan Frolov (Kai Wulff) with Astra 600 trained at MacGyver at Stepan's appartment.
In "Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16), Major Stepan Frolov (Kai Wulff) with Astra 600 leading MacGyver and Penny out of his uncle's house.

Beretta M1951

Beretta M1951 appears in "Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16). It's wielded by General Petrovich (Milos Kirek) when he reveals himself at his home during near end of the episode. Major Stepan (Kai Wulff) and MacGyver wrestle the gun away from him.

Beretta M951 - 9x19mm
In "Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16), General Petrovich (Milos Kirek) points his gun at MacGyver.
In "Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16), Major Stepan Frolov (Kai Wulff) hugging Penny Parker (Teri Hatcher) with Beretta Model 1951 on hand. You can see the trademark Model 1951 magazine release button on grip.

Tokarev TT-33

Tokarev TT-33 appears in episode "A Prisoner of Conscience" (S1E21). It's first wielded by bodyguard who accompanies Dr. Suvarin (Paul Koslo), when MacGyver's cover has been blown. After "The Chess Master" (Marvin Kaplan) attacks Dr. Suvarin, bodyguard's attention shifts and leaves himself open to MacGyver's disarming hi-keeba move. Yuri Demetri (Elya Baskin) rushes the guard and aquires the Tokarev. After Mac and co drug the mental institution by spiking the staff coffee, Yuri goes to prowl a sedated bodyguard for a second Tokarev.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Post-1947 version. Tula Arsenal (Soviet Union) Note CCCP printing around the star on the plastic grips
In "A Prisoner of Conscience" (S1E21), mental asylum bodyguard with Tokarev TT, this picture taken the very moment before he is disarmed by MacGyver's hi-keeba move.
In "A Prisoner of Conscience" (S1E21), Yuri Demetri (Elya Baskin) with Tokarev TT taken from the bodyguard
In "A Prisoner of Conscience" (S1E21), Yuri (Elya Baskin) with Tokarev TT in hand prowls another bodyguard's holster for a second Tokarev.
In "A Prisoner of Conscience" (S1E21), Yuri (Elya Baskin) kisses goodbye with the two Tokarev TT pistols. Bet he dominates GoldenEye with twin Dostoveis.

Revolvers

Colt Detective Special

Colt Detective Special revolvers of various generations appears in this season.

In "Pilot" (S1E01), once MacGyver finally reaches Dr. Carl Steubens (Paul Stewart) and Dr. Sidney Marlowe (Olaf Pooley), the former reaches out to a drawer and pulls out a nickel Colt Detective Special. He keeps MacGyver and Dr. Marlowe at bay while the group discusses about Dr. Steubens' motives. Rashly acting Barbara Spencer (Darlanne Fluegel) rushes at Steubens and tries to wrestle the gun away, but the gun goes off and Barbara gets shot. Startled Steubens drops his guard and MacGyver uses the chance to disarm him.

In "The Last Stand" (S1E07), Security guard that was stuck in a armored car has one. However, he is shot by Buddy (Lewis Van Bergen) before he can use it to defend himself. It's seemingly used by Turk (Jackie Earle Haley) after he loses his first gun.

Colt Detective Special Nickel 3rd Gen - .38 Special
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Dr. Steubens (Paul Stewart) gets a Colt Detective Special out of a drawer.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Dr. Steubens (Paul Stewart) holding MacGyver and Dr. Marlowe at gunpoint.
Colt Detective Special 1st Gen with Round Butt - .38 Special
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Security Guard with compact revolver.
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Security Guard with compact revolver, face to face with Buddy's M16.
"I owe you one MacGyver"
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), vowing revenge, Turk (Jackie Earle Haley) points the security guard's revolver on MacGyver.

Colt Official Police

Colt Official Police appears in episode "The Gauntlet" (S1E03). When MacGyver enters a secret print-house for a underground news pamphlet, he encounters a man named Diego (Sam Vlahos) working on a print machine. After getting Diego's attention, he proceeds to draw a Colt Official Police on MacGyver. When Kate Connely (Robin Curtis) asks MacGyver to join in for a quick job, Diego intends give the revolver to MacGyver for protection. However, MacGyver refuses in first clear instance in the show of character expressing his distain towards firearms.

Colt Official Police - 6" Heavy Barrel - .38 Special
He ain't fake news. He's bad news. In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Diego (Sam Vlahos) with a Colt revolver. Note the slightly sharp front sight.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Diego (Sam Vlahos) still trains his revolver on MacGyver, despite latter being cleared to enter.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Diego (Sam Vlahos) offering MacGyver the revolver.
"Señor... you are going to need this."
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Diego (Sam Vlahos) offers Mac the revolver. Note the walnut target grips from slightly later period. It's not inconceivable to use more modern grips to replace worn out grips of old revolvers, like Colt Official Police that's been around before WWII.

Colt Python

Colt Python has two appearances during this season. First - in "Target MacGyver" (S1E10) - it appears during the opening gambit. Both of the kidnappers seem to carry Colt Python revolvers. After MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) trips the kidnappers, he aquires one of the Colt Pythons and holds the goons at bay. In Countdown (S1E14), a DXS plainclothes agent is seen with a Colt Python after the "Viking" tells that he has aquired the ransom money from the locker that's under DXS surveillance.

Colt Python with 4" Barrel and factory wood grips - .357 Magnum
In "Target MacGyver" (S1E10) - Kidnapper and MacGyver race to grab the Colt Python in sand. This is not the Python he is later seen with, as here he merely throws this one aside.
In "Target MacGyver" (S1E10) - MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) with the other Colt Python holds the two kidnappers at bay while calling the authorities. I bet the goons will be pissed when they find out about MacGyver's "no killing" rule later.
In "Countdown" (S1E14) - DXS Agent with Colt Python is checking the utility room.

Colt Lawman MK III

Colt Lawman MK III appears in the episode "The Assassin" (S1E22). After Mac and Emilio go search for Piedra, Terry (Corinne Bohrer) notices a open suitcase that contains a Colt Lawman. After Piedra's assassination attempt goes sour, Terry Ross comes and confronts Piedra with the Colt Lawman. However, Mac yells Terry not to do it, allowing Piedra (Anthony De Longis) to mug the from her.

Colt Lawman Mk III - .357 Magnum
In "The Assassin" (S1E22) - Colt Lawman Mk III in a suitcase
In "The Assassin" (S1E22) - Terry Ross (Corinne Bohrer) with Colt Lawman
In "The Assassin" (S1E22) - Piedra (Anthony De Longis) with the Colt Lawman

Smith & Wesson Model 64

In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), a Smith & Wesson Model 64 is used by two goons in opening gambit that takes place in the junkyard. When MacGyver starts causing a ruckus, the goons draw their weapons. Both of their S&W Model 64(s) have a suppressor attached.

Smith & Wesson Model 64 Stainless Model - .38 Special
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), a dark-suit junkyard goon with a suppressed S&W Model 64.
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), the gray-suit junkyard goon with a suppressed S&W Model 64.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Appears in "The Last Stand" (S1E07), a nickel-plated Smith & Wesson Model 36 carried by Turk (Jackie Earle Haley) for early half of the episode, before he loses it when MacGyver uses the "Lateral Cranial Impact Enhancer" on him. He later takes a downed security guard's compact revolver as his gun for the remainder of the episode.

Nickel Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Turk (Jackie Earle Haley) with his S&W Model 36. Note the silhouette.
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), grip of Turk's S&W tucked in his pants
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Turk (Jackie Earle Haley) with S&W Model 36
"Get started!"
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), bored Turk (Jackie Earle Haley) with S&W Model 36 orders MacGyver and Kelly to drop the soap opera dialogue and get to work. Pretty much best shot of the gun in episode.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

In "Nightmares" (S1E11), a Smith & Wesson Model 19 is carried by a burly goon.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum
In "Nightmares" (S1E11), goon in the rear has a S&W Model 19
In "Nightmares" (S1E11), burly goon with S&W Model 19 searching for MacGyver

Smith & Wesson Model 28

Smith & Wesson Model 28 appears in "Flame's End" (S1E13). It first appears in last quarter of the episode; after MacGyver and Amy Austin (Tannis G. Montgomery) find the hidden uranium, Tim Wexler (Robert Englund) confronts the two with a Magnum on hand. However, MacGyver tells Tim that the latter doesn't have courage to shoot them. Despite Tim threathening to shoot MacGyver and Amy, Mac's guesses right and Tim is unable to shoot and drops the gun in grief. Later, after Police Chief Ed Train (Conlan Carter) is revealed to be a partner-in-crime, he grabs the S&W dropped by Tim after his Colt runs dry. Train tries to shoot MacGyver with it. Mac kicks him and Train ends up shooting one of the pipes that containing hazardous substance, fatally contaminating him. Amy picks up the revolver to keep it away from Train. Later, Mac is trying to open a valve to avoid meltdown, he slips and loses the wrench. Forced to improvise, Mac asks Amy to give Train's gun. He dislodges the chamber and uses the frame of the gun as a wrench to open the valve and avert the disaster.

S&W Model 28 Highway Patrolman with 4" bl.
In "Flame's End" (S1E13), Tim Wexler (Robert Englund) with the S&W Model 28
In "Flame's End" (S1E13), S&W Model 28 on the floor before Ed Train (Conlan Carter) picks it up.
In "Flame's End" (S1E13), Ed Train (Conlan Carter) chasing MacGyver with S&W Model 28 on hand.
In "Flame's End" (S1E13), MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) with the S&W Model 28 with the cylinder removed.
MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) uses the frame of S&W Model 28 like a wrench to open a valve in "Flame's End" (S1E13)

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Appears in episode "The Assassin" (S1E22), when Piedra's has been exposed by MacGyver, one of archbishop's bodyguards can be seen with a Smith & Wesson Model 10.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver - .38 Special, R-side
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), archbishop bodyguard with S&W Model 10

Ruger Blackhawk (?)

Appears in "Trumbo's World" (S1E06) - When the ants start moving on to Trumbo's villa, Lucien Trumbo (David Ackroyd) uses a (possible) Ruger Blackhawk to signal Luiz to raise the water level.

Ruger Blackhawk - .357 Magnum
In "Trumbo's World" (S1E06) - Trumbo fires a revolver to signal Luiz. Regrettably, the video quality of the episode is very weak. There appears to be some funky filter that becomes stronger in certain parts of the episode, which makes it near impossible to ID Trumbo's revolver here.
In "Trumbo's World" (S1E06) - Trumbo pumping oil for MacGyver's make-shift flamethrower while the revolver is in his holster. Grip is unlike that of Colt Single Action Army and more like one of Ruger revolvers.

Enfield No. 2 Mk.1*

Enfield No. 2 (Mk.1* variant) revolver appears in "Slow Death" (S1E19), where it's primarily carried by Hassan's men. Notably used by Badur (Elias Zarou) during intial train hijacking attempt. Hassan (Anthony De Fonte) himself also uses a one to signal his men.

Enfield No.2 Mk.1* - .38 S&W
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - Hassan's men draw their Enfield revolvers, ready to take over the train.
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - Badur (Elias Zarou) with Enfield No.2 revolver.
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - Tribesman under Hassan with Enfield No.2 revolver.
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - Hassan (Anthony De Fonte) firing a Enfield No.2 revolver to signal his men
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - Peter Kramer (Kenneth Danziger) being held at gunpoint with Enfield No.2

Shotguns

Winchester Model 1912

Appears in "Trumbo's World" (S1E06). The Winchester Model 1912 first appears in Luiz's (Will Gotay) hands when MacGyver and Charles Alden (Peter Jurasik) venture into Trumbo's property. Luiz carries it when MacGyver is working on pump and for a short while in Trumbo's villa. It's later carried by Lucien Trumbo (David Ackroyd) when Mac and Charlie go to jungle to see what is the cause of the disarray. When Trumbo's workers try to leave, he tries to intimidate them by firing a warning shot, which prompts MacGyver's ire. MacGyer (Richard Dean Anderson) proceeds to knock Trumbo off the horse and throws the shotgun into the river.

Winchester Model 1912 Riot Gun - 12 Gauge
"Trumbo's World" (S1E06) - Luiz (Will Gotay) with Winchester Model 1912 basically telling MacGyver "wrong neighbourhood esé."
"Trumbo's World" (S1E06) - Trumbo (David Ackroyd) with the Winchester Model 1912 over his shoulder
"Trumbo's World" (S1E06) - Trumbo (David Ackroyd) with Winchester Model 1912 listening worker's concerns.

Over and Under Shotgun

A Over and Under Shotgun appears couple of times during this season.

In "The Enemy Within" (S1E15), A Jeager (Adam Gregor) encounters MacGyver with a Over-and-under Shotgun. He drops the gun when East German soldiers surround him and Macgyver.

In "A Prisoner of Conscience" (S1E21), at the beggining, one of the Soviet Secret Police's plainclothes agents chasing MacGyver and friends has O/U Shotgun. During the speedboat chase, the officer with O/U actively fires it at Mac and co. The officer is seen breaking open the shotgun to reload, so this shotgun isn't a pump or semi-auto. Make of the O/U shotgun is impossible to tell from poor transfer quality.

Beretta S3 O/U - 12 gauge
"The Enemy Within" (S1E15), close-up of the O/U shotgun
"The Enemy Within" (S1E15), the Jeager (Adam Gregor) points the O/U shotgun at MacGyver, awaiting for the codeword. Make your Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 refrences at your own risk.
"The Enemy Within" (S1E15), the Jeager (Adam Gregor) with O/U shotgun accepts the codeword.
"A Prisoner of Conscience" (S1E21)" - one of Soviet Secret Police chasing MacGyver and co. has a O/U Shotgun. Regrettably this is the best shot you can get from the DVD release.

Ithaca 37

Appears in "Ugly Duckling" (S1E18). Ithaca 37 Deer Slayer Police Special appears in last a parts of the episode in hands of numerous goons. In this episode, the Ithaca 37 is subject of a infamous MacGyverism where MacGyver uses sun-beam projection to heat up the Ithaca 37's bottom ejection/loading port, causing the chambered shotgun shell to go off and cause a disproportionately big explosion.

Ithaca 37 Deer Slayer Police Special (note the rifle sights and riot-length barrel) - 12 gauge
"Ugly Duckling" (S1E18), goon in blue with a Ithaca 37 DSPS
"Ugly Duckling" (S1E18), goon in blue with a Ithaca 37 DSPS goes to investigate noise. Here you can see the Ithaca 37 features.
"Ugly Duckling" (S1E18), MacGyver spying Larkin (Ned Bellamy) laying off his Ithaca 37 by a 4x4. Notice that the chamber is empty.
"Ugly Duckling" (S1E18), Ithaca 37 hit by beam projected by MacGyver

Rifles and Carbines

Valmet M71S

In "Pilot" (S1E01), Central Asian soldiers as well as MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) are seen using the Valmet M71S, standing in for the AK-47. All of these rifles appear to have 30-round .223 pre-ban metal magazines. Based on the shape of the stock, these are plastic handguard/resin-stock variants.

Valmet M71S with plastic handguard and resin stock - .223 Rem
In "Pilot" (S1E01), hostile sentries taking a break with their rifles leaning against a rock. Visible here is the funky-shaped stock on the right rifle.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) trying to avoid detection while donning a enemy uniform and carrying the AK.

Norinco Type 56

Norinco Type 56 rifles also appear in the series. Frequently the Type 56 appears with a AKM-style slant cut muzzle break, presumably to pass off as a AKM, yet the trademark Type 56 front sight is often visible on them. Ocassionally, there are Type 56 without the slant-cut muzzle break. This rifle usually appears when a character within the episode needs to fire a live AK-type rifle on screen, as there is muzzle flash and ejecting casings coming from this rifle.

In "Pilot" (S1E01), MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) goes to seek a missile that's hidden in a tent, a noticeable continuity error occurs, as the Valmet M71 he carried in the previous scene has changed to an Type 56 with slant muzzle break. He later uses the Type 56 as part of a MacGyver'ed distraction to allow MacGyver to get the captured fighter pilot escape from a cage. Most peculiarly, MacGyver - who is later established as a person with strong dislike torwards firearms - opens fire towards chasing soldiers to fend them off; the reason for the uncharacteristically casual way he handles firearms in the pilot episode is exactly because this is the pilot episode. So details like MacGyver's backstory and aversion of firearms were merely in flux, depending on whatever the show would get picked up by a tv network or not. He later gives the Type 56 to prisoner while he starts to work on the escape plan.

In "Golden Triangle" (S1E02), the rifle appears in hands of one the villagers when they prepare for Gen. Narai's counterattack as evidenced by the full-scooped hood on it. Live-firing variants are seen in a trap the villagers rig. Which, instead of horribly mauling the Burmese soldiers, it just blows the tires of all their jeeps.

In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), Type 56 rifles appear in the hands of Hungarian prison guards. Once riot starts, a one is stolen by a prisoner. When MacGyver and gang make a escape with a van, bunch of soldiers are shown to fire live Type 56 rifles. Even though they fire real guns, it's just trick photography exploting angle cuts.

In "Gauntlet" (S1E04), the rifles are wielded by Arabic soldiers in the episode's opening gambit. One soldier fires a live Type 56 on screen.

In "Target MacGyver" (S1E10), Type 56 rifles are used by Axminster (D'Mitch Davis) and his underlings through-out the whole episode. In finale, they use trick photography to fool the viewer into thinking that Type 56 firing in full auto.

In "Deathlock" (S1E12), during the opening gambit, when plan to smuggle MacGyver out of East Germany goes sour, the border guards with Type 56 move out. They are seen firing their Type 56 rifles at MacGyver on his coffin jetski.

In "The Enemy Within" (S1E15), many East German soldiers are seen with Type 56 rifles in the opening scene.

In "To Be a Man" (S1E17), wielded by Red Army soldiers and some Afghan horsemen working for them.

In "The Escape" (S1E20), guards at Harosh Prison - alongside some AKM/Maadi ARM - have Type 56 rifles of various configurations.

Norinco Type 56 (Imported into the U.S. as the Norinco AKS-47 or AKS-47 Sporter) - 7.62x39mm.
Norinco Type 56-1 fitted with a slanted compensator - 7.62x39mm
In "Pilot" (S1E01), MacGyver strolling alongside a tent. Continuity gaffe here, as in the previous scene, he carried a Valmet M71 and not an AK.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), the cursed image of MacGyver willfully firing an Type 56 towards soldiers chasing him. This being the pilot episode, MacGyver's aversion of firearms was not yet established. Yellow circle to point a ejected casing.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), the downed US pilot uses the slanted compensator Type 56 as MacGyver devises their escape.
In "Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Ming (James Saito) and villagers handle AKs. Both rifles are slant-cut compensator Type 56
In "Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Villagers handle AKs, the man in the rear has a Type 56 with a slant-cut compensator.
In "Golden Triangle" (S1E02), MacGyver's "non-lethal AK trap".
In "Golden Triangle" (S1E02), MacGyver's "non-lethal AK trap" going off.
In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), Hungarian Soldier with Type 56 w/ slanted compensator. Type 56 reciever and scooped front sight. His Type 56 is about to be stolen by prisoners.
In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), a Gypsy prisoner with a Type 56 stolen from the guard.
In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), Hungarian soldiers firing live Type 56s at MacGyver's escape van.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Soldiers with Type 56 rifles are alarmed to MacGyver's presence.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), an enemy soldier with Type 56 aims at MacGyver's getaway balloon. Notice that it has Type 56 hooded sight but also a slant cut muzzle break. This is a live-firing Type 56 and the actor shoots this for real.
In "Target MacGyver" (S1E10), close-up of Type 56 hold by one of Axminster's underlings. This is one of the Type 56(s) in the season that has the slanted muzzle break in inverse
In "Target MacGyver" (S1E10), Axminster (D'Mitch Davis) and goons with Type 56 rifles.
In "Target MacGyver" (S1E10), close-up of Type 56 that's about to be fired by one of Axminster's goons. Trick photography is used to fool viewer into thinking it's fired in full auto.
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), East German border guard are firing their Type 56 rifles at MacGyver escaping on a coffin jetski. One in the middle has slanted muzzle break inverse.
In "The Enemy Within" (S1E15), a East German soldier aiming his Type 56 at MacGyver and the informant. Needless to say, he doesnt quite buy MacGyver's "Ich bin ein Soviet Officer".
In "To Be a Man" (S1E17) - Soviet Infantryman with Type 56. Closed hood and slant muzzle break.
In "The Escape" (S1E20), guard inserting 7.62x39 rounds into a Type 56's magazine
In "The Escape" (S1E20), guard inserting a fully loaded magazine into Type 56
In "The Escape" (S1E20), prison guard with Type 56 with slant muzzle break. Didn't know Turkish prisons employ white teenagers.

AK-47

AK-47 and/or its better clones - with traditional muzzle/without slant cut compensator and open hood sights - are featured in the series.

In "Pilot" (S1E01), there is a moment in the opening gambit when MacGyver starts wrestling away a AK from a enemy soldier, that has a stubby muzzle instead of the slanted one MacGyver has later.

In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Burmese Soldiers under General Narai have AK-47(s) with open hood sights. It's later seen in hands of the villagers after they prepare against Gen. Narai's retribution, though MacGyver proposes non-lethal approach. Gerald Okamura has a small cameo role as one of the Burmese soldiers.

In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), the rifle appears in the hands of Hungarian prison guards. Notably a Fat jerk soldier clearly has a Type III AK-47.

In "Deathlock" (S1E12)" - if the lifted footage from Funeral in Berlin is anything to go by, this one border guard has a fixed stock AK-47 the opening gambit.

In "Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16), it is wielded by Bulgarian Militsiya when they enter the Airport with Major Stepan Frolov (Kai Wulff) to confront Penny Parker (Teri Hatcher) over the diamonds.

In "To Be a Man" (S1E17), one Soviet infantry man has a Type III AK-47. For some reason it has it's rear sight up. In next scene, it's a slant-muzzle Type 56.

Final Production version of the Type III AK-47 with laminated stock - 7.62x39mm
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), a shot of a barrel of the one of the AK(s) that the Burmese soldiers have. Open hood and seemingly a threaded barrel
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Burmese Soldiers harassing MacGyver, many with AK-47s.
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), a Gerald Okamura cameo as a Burmese soldier with AK-47.
In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), a fat jerkass Hungarian soldier harassing Gypsy prisoners with a Type III AK-47 (or accurate replica of it)
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), border guard checking the coffin. Now I wonder if I have seen this scene in some movie...?
...Like Funeral in Berlin perhaps!?
In "Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16), Major Stepan Frolov (Kai Wulff) with Militsiya armed with Type III AK-47 rifles asks Penny Parker (Teri Hatcher) about the diamonds.
In "Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16), Militsiya with Type III AK-47 rifles aim at MacGyver, whose attempt to hide in women's bathroom didn't quite work out. Solid Snake is just shaking his head in disappointment.
In "To Be a Man" (S1E17), Soviet Infantryman with AK-47. Notice the raised rear sight.
In "To Be a Man" (S1E17), Soviet Infantryman with AK-47 goes to investigate.

AKS-47

In "Deathlock" (S1E12), one of East German soldiers are seen with the open hood-sight AKS-47. The footage of East German border guards is actually lifted from the movie Funeral in Berlin.

AKS-47 - 7.62x39mm
Scene from "Deathlock" (S1E12) with East German border guards, the guy on left with AKS-47, which stock is invisible due to cropped picture.
Same scene from Funeral in Berlin (1966). At least in this, the AKS stock is visible.


AKM (Maadi ARM)

AKM (or Maadi ARM) has couple of appearances. These are possibly some of the Maadi ARM that were converted full-auto during shooting of Red Dawn (1984).

In "The Enemy Within " (S1E15), appears in the beginning scene at East Germany. one of the soldiers is seen firing a fully-automatic AKM with open hood sights.

In To Be a Man" (S1E17), during the scene where MacGyver uses a hang-glider made from a downed satellite, one of the Afghans working for Soviets has a AKM/Maadi ARM.

In "The Escape" (S1E20) - while the guards at Harosh prison mainly have Type 56 rifles, they also have some AKM/Maadi ARM in mix.

Maadi ARM (AKM) as used in Red Dawn (image from Long Mountain Outfitters) - 7.62x39mm
East German soldier firing a fully-automatic AK on screen on the episode "The Enemy Within " (S1E15). Note the open hood sights too.
In "To Be a Man" (S1E17), a Afghan working for Soviets with AKM firing at MacGyver. Notice open hood sights and slanted muzzle break.
In "The Escape" (S1E20), prison guards with AKM/Maadi ARM. Notice open hood sights and slanted muzzle break.

M16 (first version)

The first version of M16 seems to be the dominant AR-15 variant through-out the season. The M16s frequently appear with distinguishable 3-prong flash hider and flat "slab side receiver."

"Golden Triangle" (S1E02) - When Truang and his convoy head to the village, the Burmese soldiers are mostly carrying M16s. In the village, the soldiers fall for MacGyver's smoke trap and the villagers attack the soldiers, with few of the villagers disarming them and capturing their M16s. MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) takes one away too.

"The Gauntlet" (S1E04) - used by South American soldiers under General Antonio Vasquez's (Gregory Sierra) command. MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) briefly acquires one and does nothing with it.

"Last Stand" (S1E07) - The derranged hillbilly mall-ninja Buddy (Lewis Van Bergen) flails around with a M16 (1st version) through-out the episode. First seen hiding it behind the corner when MacGyver first arrives to airport diner. He enters the diner and after MacGyver spots a "Help" message on his coffee cup, Buddy draws his M16 on MacGyver. For the diner scene, he uses the M16 to harass the hostages. When the armored car arrives, Terry Andrews (Michael McGuire) takes Buddy's M16 for a while. After getting the armored car open, Buddy uses his M16 to shoot the security guard who was stuck inside. Buddy has the M16 while chasing MacGyver and hostages trying to escape with water truck on a motorcycle. He takes Kelly Nielson (Kay Lenz) hostage with it. He brings out M16 again in the finale. After Buddy is disarmed by MacGyver, the latter uses the M16 as a melee weapon to knock out Buddy. MacGyver gives the M16 to Dave Redding (Art Hindle) and then chef Al Tennyson (Harry Caesar) takes it over.

"Ugly Duckling" (S1E18) - used by black-clad operatives who hijack the Snake-Eye missile in first scene.

The original M16, the first version, firing in a 20-round magazine, adopted in large numbers by the US Air Force in Vietnam. This has the original 3-prong flash hider. It would later be replaced by the upgraded M16A1 - 5.56x45mm
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Burmese soldiers after MacGyver's AK trap goes off. Many M16s mixed with few AKs.
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Burmese soldiers disoriented by the smoke trap, with Ming (James Saito) stealing one of the M16s.
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), MacGyver watching Truang while stylishly holding a M16. The M16 dissappears from MacGyver's hands in the very next scene.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), South American Soldier with a M16. He is either trying to contain Kate Connelly or giving an AR-15 as a romantic gift to her.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) with a M16. He closes the door and throws the M16 away.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Gen. Vasquez's soldiers fire their M16s at MacGyver.
Buddy: "Finish it, or I will".
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Buddy (Lewis Van Bergen) uses his M16 to tell MacGyver to sit his ass down in his chair and drink his goddamn tea.
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), after getting talked back by Tennyson (Harry Caesar), Buddy (Lewis Van Bergen) stops harrassing Dave (Art Hindle) and begins to treathen Tennyson with the M16 again. Here Buddy cocks the charging handle
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), Terry Andrews (Michael McGuire) with Buddy's M16 orders MacGyver to make haste with the MacGyvering.
In "Last Stand" (S1E07), MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) uses a M16 to knock out Buddy.
In "Ugly Duckling" (S1E18), a black-clad operative rappelling down and firing a M16
In "Ugly Duckling" (S1E18), a black-clad operative firing a M16 while making a getaway. You can just see the 3-prong flashhider.

MGC M16 Replica

In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), MacGyver uses a door to KO a enemy soldier and the latter's M16 flies in the air. The rifle here in reality is an MGC M16 replica.

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
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), MacGyver uses a door to KO a enemy soldier and the latter's M16 flies in the air. The rifle here in reality is an MGC M16 rifle.

M1 Carbine

M1 Carbine makes a few appearances. In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), tribal members are seen at the episode's beginning using the M1 Carbine (sans magazine) when MacGyver attempts to recover a valuable horse. In "Trumbo's World" (S1E06), it appears in hands of some of the Basque radicals in the opening gambit takes place in Pyrenees.

M1 Carbine (Post-War) - .30 Carbine
At the beginning of "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), a tribal fighter holds the M1 Carbine when MacGyver attempts to recover a valuable horse. Note the carbine is missing its magazine.
"Trumbo's World" (S1E06) - Basque radical with M1 carbine


M1 Garand

M1 Garand has couple of small appearances this season. In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), one of the tribal members has M1 Garand and in "Trumbo's World" (S1E06), the M1 Garand is one of the rifles used by Basque radicals in the opening gambit.

M1 Garand semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
"Thief of Budapest" (S1E03) - a tribal fighter with (possible) M1 Garand.
"Trumbo's World" (S1E06) - Basque radical with M1 Garand. One M1 carbine in background.

Sturmgewehr 44

Appears in "Deathlock" (S1E12), one of East German soldiers is shown strolling the streets with a StG44.

Sturmgewehr 44 - 7.92x33mm Kurz
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), East German soldier strolling the streets with a StG44

Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I

Appears in "To Be A Man" (S1E17). Some Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I rifles are used by Afghan horsemen collaborating with the Soviets. Later in the episode, there is a Afghan man working for the Soviets, who is trying the find the whereabouts of Khalil (Sid Haig) has a Lee-Enfield rifle with him. However, when he goes to invesitage Zia's (Persis Khambatta) house, his rifle changes back and forth between Lee-Enfield and Tokarev SVT-40 a few times.

Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I - .303 British
"To Be A Man" (S1E17) - Afghan with Lee-Enfield No.4 pursuing MacGyver to hilltop
"To Be A Man" (S1E17) - Afghan man enters Zia's home with Lee-Enfield No.4 on hands to search for Khalil

Tokarev SVT-40

Appears in "To Be A Man" (S1E17). Some of the Afghan horsemen working for Soviets have Tokarev SVT-40 with them. Later in the episode, a Afghan man is trying the find the whereabouts of Khalil (Sid Haig). His rifle changes between Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I to Tokarev SVT-40 few times during the scene where he goes to Zia's (Persis Khambatta) home to investigate.

Tokarev SVT-40 - 7.62x54mmR. Note the purple color of the bolt; this is a result of post-WWII re-arsenaling, and is thus incorrect for any media taking place during the war.
In "To Be A Man" (S1E17), Afghan on left with SVT-40
In "To Be A Man" (S1E17), Afghan man dismounts horse with SVT-40 on hands to investigate Zia's home
In "To Be A Man" (S1E17), the Afghan man found Khalil's horse's silver brindle and angrly orders Zia to explain. He has Tokarev SVT-40 over shoulder now, where just previously he had a Lee-Enfield rifle.
In "To Be A Man" (S1E17), Afghan man with Tokarev SVT-40 goes to investigate noise caused by MacGyver

M1917 Enfield

Appears in "Slow Death" (S1E19). Many tribesmen under Hassan have M1917 Enfield rifles. Episode takes place in India, so it appears they are trying to pass them off as British Rifles.

M1917 Enfield - .30-06 Springfield
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - Hassan's men approach the train, some of them can be seen with M1917 Enfield rifles
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - One of Hassan's men pointing a M1917 Enfield at the train
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - Badur (Elias Zarou) and one of Hassan's men with M1917 Enfield
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - MacGyver acting as voice of reason with M1917 Enfield hold by Hassan's tribesman in the background

Mauser Kar 98k

Appears in "Slow Death" (S1E19). Some of tribesmen under Hassan have Karabiner 98k rifles.

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser. The only visual difference between the 98b and 98k is the 98b has a 29.1" barrel and correspondingly longer stock.
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - One of Hassan's men has a Mauser Kar 98k. Also pictured: MacGyver in mid-hikeeba.

Submachine Guns

IMI Uzi

In "The Prodigal" (S1E09), after knocking down over Joey and Max, MacGyver and Frank start to flee. Joey calls for a goon named Tommy (Mario Roberts), who responds to Joey's yelling and comes armed with a full-size Uzi. When Mac and Frank block the attic door, Tommy is ordered to shoot the door. Joey takes the Uzi for a while when he orders Tommy and Max to get a bench to use to break the door.

IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
In "The Prodigal" (S1E09), Tommy with a Uzi about to show MacGyver and Frank the mafia definition of hospitality.
Joey Bennett: "There's something behind it! Tommy! Give it a burst!"
In "The Prodigal" (S1E09), Tommy tries to get the door blocked by MacGyver and Frank to open with the Uzi.
In "The Prodigal" (S1E09), close-up of the barrel of the Uzi before Tommy starts firing it. The actor shakes the Uzi a lot and sometimes it exhalts pyrotechnic fire.

Heckler & Koch HK94A3 (chopped and converted)

In "Deathlock" (S1E12), Quayle uses remotely operated Heckler & Koch HK94A3 submachine guns set up in his garden to trap MacGyver. These HK94A3's have the barrel chopped and converted to look like an MP5A3. It should be noted, that using a magazine-fed firearm as an unmanned sentry gun, would be highly unwise, as the ammunition would run out rather quickly.

Heckler & Koch HK94 chopped and converted to resemble an MP5A3. Note the lack of a paddle magazine release, a lugged barrel, and a push pin set - 9x19mm
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), a "chopped and converted" HK94A3 turret shown. Text on the trigger group is curious...
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), a close-up of the Chopped and converted HK94A3 turret.
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), an extreme close-up of the chopped and converted HK94A3. Note the lack of barrel lugs, meaning that this is not an authentic MP5, but a HK94 with sawed down barrel. Also this shot is reversed, since the cocking handle appears on the opposite side it's supposed to be on.
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), the chopped and converted HK94A3 turret about to fire.

Heckler & Koch HK94

An unmodified Heckler & Koch HK94 also is used remotely in "Deathlock" (S1E12).

Heckler & Koch HK94A3 - 9x19mm
An unmodified Heckler & Koch HK94 also is used remotely in "Deathlock" (S1E12).

Ingram MAC-10

Ingram MAC-10 (without stock) appears in "Deathlock" (S1E12). Quayle (Christopher Neame) has one as his main weapon. MAC-10s are also used in a hallway trap turrets. After Quayle is taken out, Karen Blake (Wendy Schaal) takes the MAC-10 and unloads it.

Ingram MAC-10 open bolt submachine gun - .45 ACP
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), Quayle (Christopher Neame) with MAC-10 midway thru the episode, face-to-face with his "perfect collaborator."
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), a MAC-10 hallway turret idle. You can see the threads on the barrel, like the ones MAC-10 has.
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), the MAC-10 hallway turret firing.
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), Quayle (Christopher Neame) about to give Mac the taste of his MAC
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), Karen Blake (Wendy Schaal) unloads the MAC-10. Note that the gun shown here is a semi-auto variant, as it lacks the pin above the front of the trigger guard that corresponds to the fire selector on the other side.

Machine Guns

M60

M60 has a few appearances in the season.

In "Pilot" (S1E01), an M60 is seen in the Central Asian encampment in the opening gambit.

In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), a M60 is visible on the table after MacGyver and Kate Connelly have been caught by Gen. Vasquez's men. The items in the table had changed from the previous scene with the exception of M47 Dragon. Previously there was a FIM-43 and M202 Flash, now there is M60 and plastic explosives.

In "The Escape" (S1E20), the guards at Harosh prison get the M60 out when the Commadant (Vic Polizos) orders prison to get ready for MacGyver's escape.

M60 machine gun with bipod extended - 7.62x51mm NATO
An M60 is seen in the Central Asian encampment in the opening sequence of "Pilot (S1E01).
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), the M60 with bipod extended is visible on table behind MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson). In previous scene there was a prop M202 FLASH there, which they probably removed to avoid the pyrotechnics from damaging it.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), MacGyver's plastique goes off. M60 visible from all the smoke and explosions.
In "The Escape" (S1E20), guard carrying a M60 up to tower.
In "The Escape" (S1E20), the guard with M60 is ready for the "great gunship assault".

M61 20mm Vulcan Cannon

In Pilot (S1E01), MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) and Gatner (Michael Lerner) are flown to the Underground Research Facility in a specialized helicopter. In reality, this was a reuse of the famous Blue Thunder helicopter that would also later be used in the ABC miniseries Amerika. The Blue Thunder helicopter here still has the faux M61 Vulcan mounted under the nose.

The GE M61 Vulcan 20mm Cannon.
In Pilot (S1E01), that's Blue Thunder dropping off MacGyver and Gatner. M61 Vulcan on the nose.
In Pilot (S1E01), MacGyver walking away from Blue Thunder towards the Labs.

Browning M1919

Both, a real and a mock-up Browning M1919 appear in the episode "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02). General Narai's (George Cheung) men find two (mock-up) Browning M1919(s) from a downed aircraft. By Narai's blessing, the men install these to the General's helicopter. You can tell these are mock-up props from the fact that their recievers lack any detail. At the episode's climax, General attacks the villagers with the machine gun armed helicopter. Actual A4 variant appears in the last quarter of the episode on the jeeps of the Burmese soldiers.

Browning M1919A4, early model with slotted barrel shroud - .30-06 Springfield
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Gen. Narai (George Cheung) is pleased with the (faux) M1919s his men have represented to him. Notice the complete lack of detail on the M1919's reciever, meaning that this is a prop built from a ground up.
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Gen. Narai's helicopter with the faux M1919(s) installed begins it's attack.
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Gen. Narai doubles over. Faux M1919 installed on copter.
Browning M1919A4 - .30-06 Springfield
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Truang (Benjamin Lum) in his jeep, M1919A4 behind him.
In "The Golden Triangle" (S1E02), Truang (Benjamin Lum) vents his frustrations after Mac's AK trap blows the tires of the convoys jeeps. Mounts of the M1919A4 seen here.

Browning M2

Browning M2 appears in "The Gauntlet" (S1E04). It has been installed on jeeps of the soldiers under Gen. Vasquez. These are real M2 machine guns, as at the episode's finale, they are shown firing for real, with empty shells and brass ejecting from it.

Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG
Gen. Vasquez's men with M2 mounted on to the jeep in "The Gauntlet" (S1E04).
The convoy coming after MacGyver, with M2 visible on one of the jeeps in "The Gauntlet" (S1E04).
A very nice shot of the M2 mounted on a jeep in "The Gauntlet" (S1E04).
A beardly guy is manning one of the M2 machine guns in "The Gauntlet" (S1E04). This man is later shown firing the M2 for real, which could mean he is some sort of on-set expert/weapons handler
Gen. Vasquez's men are firing at MacGyver in "The Gauntlet" (S1E04). Here the M2 machine gun is fired for real, you can see smoke and ejecting shells & brass.

"Fake" DShK Machine Gun (mocked up M60D)

An M60D mocked up to resemble the DShK heavy machine gun appears on a Soviet LUV in "To Be A Man" (S1E17). This DShk mockup was commonplace in media productions of the 1980s such as Red Dawn (1984), Airwolf, and Rambo: First Blood Part II.

DShKM - 12.7x108mm
"To Be A Man" (S1E17) - Red Army soldiers on LUV give chase to MacGyver while one soldier mans a faux DShK. Note the M60 reciever.
In "To Be A Man" (S1E17), the Soviet Infantryman that MacGyver spared few scenes back mans a faux DShK on a IFV.

Launchers

M47 Dragon

Appears in "The Gauntlet" (S1E04) - Dave Ryerson (John Vernon) is selling black market US surplus weapons to Gen. Vasquez (Gregory Sierra), amongst them is one M47 Dragon.

M47 Dragon ATGM with SU-36/P daysight and front shock absorber detached- 140mm
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Kate Connely peeks at Ryerson selling weapons to Gen. Vasquez with M47 Dragon nicely visible.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Ryerson (John Vernon) by the M47 Dragon.

M202 FLASH (prop)

In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Dave Ryerson (John Vernon) is selling black market US surplus weapons to Gen. Vasquez (Gregory Sierra), amongst them is the four-barreled M202 FLASH. Judging by the boxy appearance of the launcher body with only small rounded-off sections at the corners, this is probalbly either the same prop launcher used by Arnold Schwarzenegger in Commando or a replica of it. It disappears in next scene and is replaced by an M60 (the prop M202 FLASH was probably removed to protect it from the pyrotechnics that occur around the table).

Real M202A1 FLASH, for comparison - 66mm
From Commando (1985) - shot of Arnold Schwarzenegger as John Matrix picking up the prop M202 FLASH. Note the large rectangular sling loops, less curved corners, and thick rims at the front and rear of the launcher.
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Gen. Vasquez (Gregory Sierra) browsing Ryerson's selection of black market weaponry. Prop M202 FLASH on the right. Note how it is much "boxier" than the real weapon.

FIM-43 Redeye

In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Dave Ryerson (John Vernon) is selling black market US surplus weapons to Gen. Vasquez (Gregory Sierra), amongst them is an FIM-43 Redeye.

FIM-43 Redeye - 70mm
In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Gen. Vasquez (Gregory Sierra) browsing Ryerson's selection of black market weaponry. FIM-43 is between the prop M202 and bunch of rocket ammunition. It's the one in the case with a plastic square (eye protector) sticking out.

M2 Mortar

Appears in "To Be a Man" (S1E17). Red Army Soldiers use a M2 Mortar to bombard MacGyver, who is hiding at hilltop and working on a hang-glider out of a felled satellite remains. In real life, the 50mm RM-38 Mortar (and it's developments) would be the M2's closest Soviet counterpart.

M2 Mortar - 60mm
"To Be a Man" (S1E17) - Red Army Troops with M2 Mortar.

RPG-7

Appears in "To Be A Man" (S1E17). When MacGyver - alongside Zia and Ahmed - try to cross border to Pakistan by a 4x4, a single Red Army LUV unit locates them and gives chase. The unit leader orders a lesser-ranked soldier to use a RPG-7 to kill the fleeing MacGyver and friends. This launcher is likely the same prop from Red Dawn (1984).

RPG-7 - 40mm
"To Be A Man" (S1E17) - Red Army Soldiers loading a fresh warhead to a RPG-7
"To Be A Man" (S1E17) - Red Army Soldier about to fire first shot towards MacGyver's location
"To Be A Man" (S1E17) - Red Army Soldier at back of the LUV with RPG-7 tube without a warhead
"To Be A Man" (S1E17) - Red Army Soldier with RPG-7 tube jumps out of LUV crushed by a boulder

Other

M8 Flare Pistol (modified)

Appears in the "Pilot" (S1E01). MacGyver investigates a downed fighter jet and finds an M8 Flare Pistol. When Mac and the prisoner try to escape, MacGyver uses a rock to flatten the barrel in order to create a little rocket thruster for the escape.

M8 flare pistol - 37mm
"Pilot" (S1E01) - MacGyver finds a M8 Flare Pistol from a downed fighter jet. This shot appears each season's title sequence. Notice the irregural looking barrel.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), MacGyver uses a modified M8 Flare Pistol as a rocket thruster.

Plastic Explosives

Appears in "Gauntlet" (S1E04). After being caught by Gen. Vasquez and Ryerson's men, MacGyver spots a blocks of uncovered plastic explosives on the table. MacGyver scoops a bit and blowing it up by jamming a camera's cord in it and putting it on timed flash (?). Obviously these are not real explosives, and are most likely white Blu Tack or a similar compound.

"The Gauntlet" (S1E04) - MacGyver sees blocks of plastic explosives on table
"The Gauntlet" (S1E04) - MacGyver puts a cord in the small blob he scooped up
"The Gauntlet" (S1E04) - Plastique "explodes"

RGD-5 hand grenade

Appears in "The Escape" (S1E20), MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) finds some RGD-5 hand grenade(s) during "Brian Ashford"'s arms deal.

He uses a trail of gunpowder to blow up a truck and mess up the arms deal. However, this would not really work. For gunpowder to explode, it must be confined in a tight package when it's detonated. As seen here, it would have just burned out and not exploded.

URG-N RGD-5 training grenade
"The Escape" (S1E20) - MacGyver discovers a box full of RGD-5 grenades
"The Escape" (S1E20) - MacGyver unscrews a RGD-5 to extract gunpowder.

Air-to-Air Missiles

Appears in "To Be a Man" (S1E17). MacGyver's "obsolete aircraft" (day-for-night stock footage of a Northrop F5) is armed with wingtip-mounted AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles.

"To Be a Man" (S1E17) - The jet that MacGyver uses to get into Afghanistan

Surface-To-Air Missiles

Appears in "To Be a Man" (S1E17). When MacGyver enters Afghanistan airspace, Soviets fire Anti-Air Missiles at his aircraft. This is actually stock footage of American missile tests.

MIM-23 Hawk triple launcher
"To Be a Man" (S1E17) - MIM-23 Hawk. This is day-for-night filtered footage from an Army instructional video on the Hawk, which can be seen (with one rather obvious addition by the uploader) here.
MIM-72 Chaparral (Army version of AIM-9D Sidewinder) on M48 self-propelled launch vehicle
"To Be a Man" (S1E17) - MIM-72 Chaparral. The source footage can be seen here: in the show, it has been flipped horizontally and day-for-night filtered.

"Snake-Eye Missile"

Featured in episode "Ugly Duckling" (S1E18) is a fictional "Snake-Eye Missile", which is described as an defective American surface-to-air heatseeker missile system with excess number of these missiles on surplus. The plot revolves around a new, upgraded guidance system that allows the Snake-Eye to be retooled into a programmable "surface-to-any target" missile.

"Snake Eye" is actually a term applied to the petal-retarded version of the Mk 82 500lb iron bomb.

"Ugly Duckling" (S1E18) - Kate Lafferty (Darcy Marta) fiddling with the missile. The prop seems to actually be based on one of the Paveway series of laser-guided bombs.
"Ugly Duckling" (S1E18) - shot of "Snake-Eye" (which is now an MIM-3 Nike Ajax missile) launching into the air. Does anybody know any songs about stock footage?
The notorious promo picture of Richard Dean Anderson with the Snake-Eye Missile prop hoisted over his shoulder.

Gun rack

Harry's gunrack in "Target MacGyver" (S1E10)

"Target MacGyver" (S1E10) - Gunrack 1
"Target MacGyver" (S1E10) - Gunrack 2

NEED ID

Unknown pistol from S1E16

"Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16). After Mac, Penny and Stefan hijack the General's Volvo, the Bulgarian Militsiya arrives at the General's home. One of the Militsiya draws a(unknown pistol), which General Petrovich (Milos Kirek) will claim for himself.

In "Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16), Militsiya pistol 1
In "Every Time She Smiles" (S1E16), Militsiya pistol before the General takes it.

Unknown revolvers from S1E18

Ugly Duckling (S1E18) - two guys have some revolvers in the warehouse firefight at beggining of the episode.

"Ugly Duckling" (S1E18) - revolver used by guy in khaki coat
"Ugly Duckling" (S1E18) - revolver used by guy in dark olive west

Unknown revolver from S1E19

Slow Death (S1E19) - Blade (Tom Simmons) draws a revolver after Paul Webster (Alan Fudge) gets busted on MacGyver's lie detector. Paul grabs it, shoots Hassan and flees to engine of train.

"Slow Death" (S1E19) - Blade (Tom Simmons) reveals the revolver
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - Blade (Tom Simmons) withdraws revolver
"Slow Death" (S1E19) - Paul Webster (Alan Fudge) with Blade's revolver

Unknown Revolvers from S1E21

A Prisoner of Conscience (S1E21) - Russian police have guns that are hard to tell

"A Prisoner of Conscience" (S1E21)" - Russian cop with snubnosed revolver
"A Prisoner of Conscience" (S1E21)" - revolver-shaped gun hold by guy on right.

Unknown Revolver from S1E22

"The Assassin" (S1E22) - Terry Ross (Corinne Bohrer) is seen with a snubnose revolver. She intends to kill assassin Piedra to avenge her sister -Lila - unaware that Piedra has been apprihended and that MacGyver is posing as him at the moment. She puts the gun in her purse. During a carchase when she and Mac are pursued by unknown men, she drops the purse and it's insides get out on asphalt. In hurry, she only picks the revolver. When She and Mac reach to hotel, she draws the gun on MacGyver. MacGyver (Richard Dean Anderson) disarms her and gets the hold of the gun. Is it just me or does this change between a Colt and S&W snubnose?


In "The Assassin" (S1E22), Terry Ross (Corinne Bohrer) loads a revolver before heading out to meet MacGyver, whom she thinks is Piedra. Here the revolver has Colt grips and cylinder release
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), Terry Ross's revolver in her purse. Now it appears to have S&W grips
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), Terry Ross (Corinne Bohrer) points the revolver on MacGyver

Unknown Holster Revolvers

In "The Gauntlet" (S1E04), Mexican border guards welcome MacGyver to Mexico.
In "The Heist" (S1E05), Casino security with holstered revolvers.
In "The Prodigal" (S1E09), Security Guard at the woodshop security gate
In "The Prodigal" (S1E09), MacGyver - on his way to a - meets a cop with revolver in holster
In "The Prodigal" (S1E09), Marshall Andrew T. Wiley (Carl Franklin) has a revolver in shoulder holster
In "Nightmares" (S1E11), Polk (Tommy Lamey) posing as a police officer with a revolver in holster
In "Flame's End" (S1E13), cop on scene of car explosion
In "Flame's End" (S1E13), nuclear plant security guard with holstered revolver
In "Flame's End" (S1E13), nuclear plant gatekeeper with holstered revolver
In "The Enemy Within " (S1E15), DXS security guard name Fritz (Richard Balin) with holstered revolver
In "The Enemy Within " (S1E15), event security guard with holstered revolver
In "The Assassin" (S1E22), DXS Agent behind Connors (Greg Nordberg) with holstered revolver

BONUS: Lifted footage

Season 1 of MacGyver is little notorious for its stock footage lifted from previous motion pictures. The majority of the lifted footage was from films released by Paramount Pictures, as MacGyver was also Paramount production.

  • In "Thief of Budapest" (S1E03), the footage from the original 1969 film The Italian Job was used of the three Mini Coopers racing from the police in Italy. Almost everyone who has seen this show knows about this one instance of lifted footage.
  • In "The Heist" (S1E05), MacGyver's MGB car parachuting out of the back of a cargo plane was actually from a mid 80's TV commercial for the British Leyland Motors MG Car Company.
  • In "Trumbo's World" (S1E06), much of the plot as well as the footage is taken from The Naked Jungle (1954), notably footage of Christopher Leiningen (Charlton Heston) flooding the ants out in the field.
  • In "Target MacGyver" (S1E10), when MacGyver is seen blowing up a reactor plant at night, the actual explosions were taken from the film Tobruk (1967).
  • In "Deathlock" (S1E12), the footage of the East German border guards was taken from the Michael Caine film Funeral in Berlin (1966).
In "Deathlock" (S1E12), an East German border guard on left with the AKS-47. This is footage from the Michael Caine film Funeral in Berlin (1966).



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