Magnum P.I. - Season 6

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Magnum P.I. - Season 6 (1980 - 1988)


The following weapons were used in Season 6 of the series Magnum P.I.:

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Handguns

Colt Government Model

The main handgun used by Thomas Magnum (Tom Selleck) is a Colt MKIV/Series 70 Government Model, which is a commercial version of the U.S. Military M1911A1. This handgun is supposed to be the one he carried during his service in Vietnam and is sometimes carried in a tanker-style holster, most often seen carried inside wast band small of back, no holster. It is sometimes seen in Magnum's flashbacks to Vietnam. A former propmaster for the show has been quoted saying that the original gun was a traditional .45 ACP 1911, but was soon changed to a 9mm version because .45 ACP blanks were too hard to get on location for the show.

The actual main prop from the show (Colt MKIV/Series 70 Government Model, 9×19mm Parabellum, serial number 70L33101, currently owned by the National Firearms Museum). A 9mm version of the Government Model was chosen for reliable functioning with readily available blanks. In the context of the show, Magnum's pistol was playing the role of a .45 ACP however, given that various characters referred to it as a "forty-five" several times throughout the series.
Magnum fires his Colt at an approaching van in "Old Acquaintance" (S6E03).


Rifles

Lee-Enfield Rifle (sporterized)

A hitman is seen with what appears to be a sporterized version of the SMLE rifle in "Déjà Vu: Part 2" (S6E02).

Lee-Enfield Rifle (sporterized)
A hitman is seen with what appears to be a sporterized version of the SMLE rifle in "Déjà Vu: Part 2" (S6E02).

See Also

Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5   •  Season 6  •  Season 7  •  Season 8

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