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The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series The Man in the High Castle:
A Colt M1911A1 is used by Joe Blake (Luke Kleintank) and by Don Warren (Michael Rispoli) when he meets with him in an auto repair shop in New York at the start of "Pilot". Various resistance fighters use them as their main weapon in the show.
A M1911A1 is handed to Joe by Don in "Pilot".
Joe handles the pistol after it was given to him.
Joe opens fire on a SS soldier before he escapes in "Pilot".
A resistance fighter opens fire during an ambush in "Sunrise".
The wounded fighter reaches for his dropped pistol.
A Flintlock Pistol is seen in the residence of Paul Kasoura with another shown in an antique brochure in "Truth".
The pistol (right) on a display mount in "Truth".
The pistol on an antique brochure held by Robert.
Flintlock Pocket Pistol
A Flintlock Pocket Pistol is seen in the residence of Paul Kasoura in "Truth".
Pocket-sized Flintlock Pistols. Because Flintlock Pistols were occasionally carried in multiples to bypass their lengthy reload times, they allowed for possibly the earliest form of Akimbo shooting and/or the "New York Reload" technique.
The pistol (left) on a display mount in "Truth".
Nambu Type 14
Plainclothes Kempeitai officers, including Chief Inspector Hidestoshi Kido (Joel de la Fuente) and Sergeant Yoshida (Lee Shorten) carry the Nambu Type 14 as their main sidearm. Yakuza Wakashus (Foot soldiers) who rescue Juliana and Joe from the Kempeitai also carry Nambu pistols.
Late Nambu Type 14 - 8x22mm Nambu.
A Yakuza wakashu takes Juliana into custody in "End Of The World".
Kido and Yoshida chamber their Nambu's before entering a suspects apartment in "A Way Out".
Chief Inspector Kido greets the suspected Nazi official with the business end of his Nambu in "A Way Out".
A good front view of Kido's Nambu in "A Way Out".
A Walther PPK is used by an resistance member in "Pilot". In "A Way Out", Oberst Rudolf Weneger (Carsten Norgaard) uses one of Hitler's personal PPK's to try and assassinate him, as security at the Fuhrer's residence prevented him from bringing in his own sidearm.
Walther PPK with Waffenamt Markings - 7.65mm
An anti-GNR guerrilla fires his pistol at GNR soldiers in "Pilot".
Another shot of the PPK fired at GNR soldiers.
Weneger opens a cigar box in Hitler's residence to discover the PPK. Note the custom Nazi insignia on the grip.
Weneger picks up the PPK in "A Way Out".
Weneger aims the PPK at Adolf Hitler in "A Way Out".
Weneger turns the PPK on himself in "A Way Out".
Members of the SS, including Obergruppenführer John Smith (Rufus Sewell) and Oberst Rudolf Weneger (Carsten Norgaard) carry the Walther P38 as their sidearm. Smith uses it during an ambush by resistance fighters in "Sunrise" (S1E02). The weapon is also seen in various alternate reality propaganda newsreels in the hands of German and Allied soldiers.
Walther P38 pistol - 9x19mm
The Walther being fired in "Sunrise" (S1E02).
The Walther being reloaded in "Sunrise" (S1E02).
The Walther being held to a Jewish man's head in the alternate reality newsreel in "Kindness" (S1E09).
Weneger surrenders his sidearm as he enters Hitler's private residence in "A Way Out" (S1E10).
A P38 is seen in the hands of an Allied soldier in one of the alternate timeline reels in "A Way Out" (S1E10).
The Luger P08 is seen with SS forces during an anti-guerrilla raid in "Pilot". Lemuel Washington (Rick Worthy) arms himself with a suppressed Luger P08 when attempting to kill Joe Blake (Lucas Kleintank) in a "A Way Out" (S1E10).
A SS soldier is shot and killed by Joe during a raid in "Pilot".
Luger P08 with suppressor - 9x19mm
Lem stands in a hallway with his Luger ready in "A Way Out" (S1E10).
A closeup as Lem chambers a round in the Luger in "A Way Out" (S1E10).
Lem readies his Luger in "A Way Out" (S1E10).
Lem aims the pistol at a fleeing Blake in "A Way Out" (S1E10).
Colt Official Police
A Colt Official Police appears to be used in "Pilot" and "Sunrise" by a resistance fighters. It's seen in a NYPD evidence photo in "The Illustrated Woman".
Colt Official Police Revolver - .38 Special.
GNR soldiers gun down a fighter armed with the Police Revolver in "Pilot".
The fighter goes down after being shot by Obergruppenführer Smith in "Sunrise".
The revolver seen in an evidence photo in "The Illustrated Woman".
Single Action Army
Several replica Single Action Army revolvers are made in a factory in San Francisco in the middle of "Pilot". Frank Frink (Rupert Evans) later alters one to fire live ammunition in "The Illustrated Woman", and contemplates using it against the visiting Japanese Crown Prince in "Revelations". Kido conducts a dry fire of the SAA during a factory inspection at the start of "End of the World". Joe Blake uses it to take out yakuzas in "Kindness" with the weapon seized by Kempeitai officers near the end of "A Way Out".
Replica Colt Single Action Army Revolver - .45 Long Colt. This is the screen used gun, held and worn by Viggo Mortensen in the film Hidalgo
Several SAAs are placed in a table after being made from a factory in "Pilot".
A good close of the SAA in "Illustrated Woman".
Frank practices his drawing stance at the start of "Revelations".
A side view of the revolver in "Revelations".
Kido dry fires a newly made SAA at the start of "End of the World".
Joe threatens Okamura with the weapon in "Kindness".
Sgt. Yoshida presents the revolver to Chief Inspector Kido in "A Way Out".
The SAA on Chief Inspector Kido's desk in "A Way Out".
Colt 1860 Army
A Colt 1860 Army appears in "Truth" (S1E07) in the collection of Paul Kasoura (Louis Ozawa Changchien).
Colt 1860 Army - .44 caliber.
Paul shows to Robert Childan (Brennan Brown
) his Colt 1860 in "Truth".
Robert examines the revolver's empty chamber.
What appears to be a MP40 is used by Greater Nazi Reich soldiers in New York City in "Pilot".
MGC replica MP40 converted to fire 9x19mm blanks
GNR soldiers question a civilian in downtown New York for identification in "Pilot".
A GNR soldier ducks while responding to gunfire in an anti-guerrilla raid.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
GNR Military Police and SS soldiers appear to carry the Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns with curved magazines and slim forearms as their primary weapons. In the alternative timeline of the show, it can be assumed they were designed and built at least four years ahead of time, phasing out the MP40 out of service. Its bigger older brother, the Heckler & Koch G3, is relatively unchanged in its place in this alternate timeline.
A GNR MP officer arrives at GNR military HQ with the MP5A3 slung on his chest in "Sunrise" (S1E02).
GNR MP officers disembark from military vehicles.
In "The New Normal" (S1E05), SS soldiers armed with the MP5A3 rush to confiscate the press cameras.
GNR MPs arrest Wegener at the end of "Three Monkeys".
SS soldiers stand guard at the checkpoint to the GNR Embassy in San Francisco in "A Way Out" (S1E10).
The majority of American resistance fighters carry Thompson M1A1 sub-machine guns.
Resistance fighters firing Thompsons in "Sunrise" (S1E02).
One of the Resistance fighters in the Neutral Zone is armed with an M1928A1 Thompson in "Revelations" (S1E04).
M1928A1 Thompson with 20-round magazine and without Cutts compensator - .45 ACP
Resistance fighter in the Neutral Zone armed with the M1928A1 Thompson in "Revelations" (S1E04).
The Thompson on the left in "Revelations" (S1E04).
PPSh-41s are seen in archive footage used by Soviet soldiers in "A Way Out".
Soviet PPSh-41 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A Soviet soldier drags out a Wehrmacht POW in "A Way Out".
A PPS-43 is seen in archive footage with a Soviet soldier in "A Way Out".
Soviet PPS-43 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A Soviet soldier charges in the streets of Berlin with a PPS-43 in "A Way Out".
Arisaka Type 38
Arisaka Type 38 rifles are used by Kempeitai and Imperial Japanese Army soldiers as their main battle rifle in the show.
Arisaka Type 38 rifle - 6.5x50mm Arisaka
Kempeitai soldiers examine the corpse of Trudy Walker at the start of "Pilot".
An IJA soldier talks to Juliana Crain at the Teikoku Station.
Kempeitai soldiers surround the entrance to Frank Frink's residence.
Type 38 rifles are aimed by Kempeitai soldiers on the execution grounds of Kempeitai HQ near the end of "Sunrise".
IJA soldiers on honor guard duty with the Type 38 in "The Illustrated Woman".
A Charleville Musket can be seen in a factory in the middle of "Pilot".
Original Charleville Mle 1763 - .69 caliber
Charleville Musket are located in the front of the unknown flintlock rifle.
A Flintlock rifle is made in a factory in the middle of "Pilot".
Original "Short Land Pattern" Brown Bess musket made 1768-1805 - .75 caliber
Flintlock rifle are located behinde of the Charleville Musket.
Karabiner 98k rifles are seen used by GNR soldiers apprehending resistance members in New York City in "Pilot". A resistance fighter has a Karabiner 98k in "Revelations". SS ceremonial guards are also seen armed with Mausers in Hitler's residence in "A Way Out".
Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A closeup of the Kar98k's barrel in "Pilot".
GNR soldiers detain auto shop employees at gunpoint.
A resistance fighter with the Kar98k slung on his shoulder in "Revelations".
SS troops stand guard in Hitlers private residence in "A Way Out".
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbines are seen in archive footage with Soviet soldiers in "A Way Out".
Mosin Nagant M44 Carbine, with attached side-folding bayonet - 7.62x54mm R. Note slightly longer barrel ahead of the front sight to accommodate locking in the bayonet, whose hinge is permanently attached to the front sight base.
Soviet soldiers charge in the streets of Berlin with Mosin-Nagants in "A Way Out".
When Chief Inspector Kido (Joel de la Fuente) and Sergeant Yoshida (Lee Shorten) search the hotel room of a Nazi official, they find a hidden SVD Dragunov rifle that was used to try and assassinate the Crown Prince of Japan. Although the rifle's appearance in the show is anachronistic, it is possible that in the alternative timeline it was produced earlier and thus could be used to carry out the assassination attempt.
SVD Dragunov sniper rifle - 7.62x54mm
Sergeant Yoshida holds the captured Dragunov in "A Way Out".
The Dragunov on the ground.
Remington 700 BDL
SS-Oberst-Gruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich (Ray Proscia) and his aide are seen carrying Remington 700 BDL rifles during his hunting trip with Obergruppenführer John Smith (Rufus Sewell) in "A Way Out".
Remington 700 BDL rifle with no iron sights and scope (current production) - .308 Winchester.
Heydrich's aide offers the rifle to Smith in "A Way Out".
Heydrich with the rifle slung over his shoulder in "A Way Out".
Heydrich's aide aims the rifle at Smith in "A Way Out".
Heydrich's rifle lies on the floor after he is shot by Smith in "A Way Out".
Birmingham Small Arms Lee-Speed Sporter
SS Obergruppenführer John Smith's (Rufus Sewell) hunting rifle is a Birmingham Small Arms Lee-Speed Sporter.
Rufus Sewell as John Smith with the Lee-Speed Sporter rifle in a promotional image.
John Smith, as he holds his Lee-Speed Sporter in "A Way Out" (S1E10).
Winchester Model 1895
A Winchester Model 1895 was seen with Thomas Smith (Quinn Lord) in "Three Monkeys". He mentions that the rifle is part of his father's collection.
Sporting version of the 1895.
The Winchester with in "Three Monkeys".
Howa Type 64
The Howa Type 64 is seen with the Imperial Japanese Army throughout the show, being pushed into service as a replacement for their Arisaka bolt-action rifles.
In the world of The Man in The High Castle, it may be under the name Type 37, referring to the 37th year of Emperor Hirohito's reign, 1962; a convention that was replaced by the year a weapon entered service in the western calendar after Japan lost WWII. It may be chambered in 6.5x50mm Arisaka instead of 7.62x51mm NATO as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was never formed in this alternate history. The presence of the Type 64 is slightly anachronistic as the weapon entered service in Showa 39 or 1964, two years after the setting of the novel and show, however it is highly likely due to winning the war and never having to disarm, Japan's weapon industry was allowed to accelerate unchecked.
It is possible that these are airsoft replicas made by S&T Armament, a Hong Kong-based airsoft manufacturer as the Type 64 and other post-war weapons are banned from export under Japanese law.
Howa Type 64 rifle - 7.62x51mm
Some IJA soldiers with the Type 64 on honor guard duty in "The Illustrated Woman".
Japanese Imperial Guard soldiers stand guard as the Crown Prince prepares to deliver his speech in "Revelations".
Imperial Guard soldiers mobilize after the Crown Prince is shot at the start of "The New Normal".
Heckler & Koch G3
At a checkpoint at the entrance to Hitler's headquarters, a German soldier carries a rifle, that seems to be a H&K G3.
Early Heckler & Koch G3 rifle with wooden handguard and buttstock - 7.62x51mm NATO
A SS soldier armed with the Heckler & Koch G3 in "A Way Out" (S1E10).
"The Marshal" (Burn Gorman) is armed with what appears to be a Winchester Model 1887 lever-action shotgun. Joe Blake describes it as "sawed-off".
Sawed off Winchester Model 1887 - 12 gauge
The Marshal shows Joe that he's the law in the Rocky Mountain States with his 1887 in "The Illustrated Woman".
The Marshal fires the 1887 at Joe's truck.
A good shot of the shotgun held by The Marshal in "Revelations".
The Marshal questions Joe with the Winchester.
Winchester Model 12 Shotgun
Lem Washington (Rick Worthy) is armed with what appears to be a Winchester Model 12 shotgun with other resistance fighters in "Revelations".
Winchester Model 1912 Riot Gun - 12 Gauge
A resistance fighter aims his shotgun at Joe in "Revelations".
Washington aims his Model 12 at Juliana and Joe.
Browning AN/M2 machine guns are seen in archival footage in "Pilot".
Browning AN/M2, flexible mount - .30-06 Springfield
A US Navy Douglas A-20 Havoc is seen in archival footage made by The Man in the High Castle
A US Navy aviator mans the AN/M2.
A Browning M2 is seen on top of an Allied MBT in archival footage in "Pilot".
An Allied Force MBT storms downtown Paris in archival footage made by The Man in the High Castle
The DShK appears to be used by the Imperial Japanese Army as its main machine gun, most likely to simulate the appearance of the Type 1 HMG.
A DShK seen on the bed of a IJA jeep at the start of "Revelations".
A Kempeitai soldier stands guard on a security checkpoint at the start of "The New Normal".
A MG42 GPMG is seen in "Pilot" by GNR soldiers manning the border post for the GNR-JPS border crossing. Another is also briefly seen in "A Way Out" in a sentry post outside Hitler's private residence.
MG42 with drum magazine - 7.92x57mm Mauser
GNR soldiers on guard duty at the GNR-JPS border post in "Pilot".
The MG42 seen in "A Way Out".
A variety of pre-19th century pistols are seen on the wall of Robert Chidan's antique shop in "Three Monkeys" and in "Truth". It includes a Volcanic Repeater.
Volcanic Repeating Arms Pistol with a long barrel - .41
The pistols on display mounts in "Three Monkeys".
The same pistols on displays in "Truth".
JPS Propaganda Poster
A JPS Propaganda Poster is seen in Union Square at the end of "A Way Out".
An IJA soldier with an Arisaka rifle on his right shoulder in "A Way Out".