The following weapons were used in the television series Mad Men:
Lt. Don Draper (Troy Ruptash) carries a M1911A1 while in Korea in the "Nixon vs. Kennedy" (1.12) flashback to 1950.
World War II Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP. This was an issued U.S. Army pistol with parkerized finish, thus the official designation of M1911A1
Lt. Draper runs out with his 1911A1.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Sgt. Hahn (Jack Impellizzeri), the policeman who picked up Don for drunk driving in "The New Girl" (2.05), carries a Smith & Wesson Model 10 in his holster.
Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver - .38 Special
Sgt. Hahn walks past Don with his Model 10 holstered.
Colt Detective Special
A mugger (Kevontay Jackson) in "The Beautiful Girls" (4.09) holds up Roger and Joan with a Colt Detective Special.
Colt Detective Special 1st Gen - .38 Special
Harrington & Richardson Model 732
Jack, one of the representatives from Chevy, fires a .32-caliber Harrington & Richardson Model 732 into the air near Ken's ear in "The Crash" (6.08).
Harrington & Richardson Model 732 - .32 S&W
Jack fires his H&R .32 near a nervous Ken Cosgrove.
Marlin Model 25
Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) purchases a Marlin Model 25 in "Red in the Face" (1.07) with the $22 he received from returning a chip-and-dip he received as a wedding gift.
Pete describes his new rifle as a .22-caliber bolt-action.
Pete jokingly aims his new rifle at various secretaries around the office.
Pete's secretary Hildy (Julie McNiven) takes his rifle from him as he heads to a meeting.
Pete's rifle makes another appearance in "The Quality of Mercy" (6.12).
Daisy BB gun
Betty Draper (January Jones) fires a classic Daisy BB gun at her neighbor's pigeons in "Shoot" (1.09).
Betty stands in the yard, firing at the pigeons.
Betty stands with the BB gun.
During the Korean War flashback to 1950 in "Nixon vs. Kennedy" (1.12), Pvt. Dick Whitman (Jon Hamm) carries an M1 Garand before assuming the identity of his deceased lieutenant, Don Draper.
M1 Garand semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
The sergeant opens the back of the truck in Korea, M1 Garand in hand.
Pvt. Whitman with his M1 Garand inside Lt. Draper's tent.
Whitman and Draper take cover in a ditch, under attack from the Koreans.
Whitman's lieutenant, Don Draper (Troy Ruptash) (whose identity Whitman would later adopt after Draper's death in Korea), carries an M1 Carbine during the 1950 flashback in "Nixon vs. Kennedy" (1.12).
Korean War Era M1 Carbine, with birch stock, adjustable sight, bayonet lug, and twin magazine pouch. Most of the World War II variations of the M1 Carbine were sent back to the Military Arsenals and retrofitted with the Bayonet Lug and adjustable rear sight. This is the version seen after late 1945 and all the way until the 1960s.
Draper's M1 Carbine can be seen in his hand as he walks ahead of Whitman.
Lt. Draper sits next to his M1 Carbine in his tent.
Lt. Draper with his M1 Carbine inside the ditch with Pvt. Whitman.
Two of the representatives from Chevy carry O/U shotguns while upland hunting outside Detroit in "The Quality of Mercy" (6.12).
Two of the Chevy execs with their hunting shotguns.