Miami Vice - Season 2

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The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the television series Miami Vice:

Miami Vice - Season 2 (1985 - 1986)

Contents

Handguns

Dornaus & Dixon Bren Ten

Sonny Crockett (Don Johnson) uses a Bren Ten in the second season of the show. It was essentially a beefed-up CZ 75 chambered for the original 10mm Norma Auto cartridge which differs slightly in case length from later 10mm rounds. This round was HOT, and consequently damaged the guns. In the '80s this was a new cartridge, but is rarely used in modern day. The company of Dornaus & Dixon was an ill-fated one, and since the producers of the Miami Vice-series would not use discontinued guns, it was replaced with the Smith & Wesson 645 auto pistol

"The two guns were ordered specifically for the show by Michael Mann's production company. They did not come off the assembly line, but were built by Tom Dornaus personally. Tom did the initial blank conversion, if you want to call it that, but actually these two guns were built from the ground up specifically for firing blanks. He used major components which were not deemed suitable for production guns, but were perfectly adequate for a blank gun. The two guns were Standard Models with the old style rear sight assembly and no trigger stop screw. All external markings were standard Bren Ten. The only difference being that the guns had recoil springs and barrels designed to fire .45 ACP blanks. The barrel does not carry any caliber designation roll mark however. Because the ejection port on a Bren Ten is so large I don't believe that it had to be enlarged to accommodate the elongated .45 ACP blank cases. (Remember that the blank cases are in the shape of a loaded round WITH bullet seated.) Michael Mann requested specifically that the slides be a light color (hard chrome) for enhanced visibility. The hard chrome work was done by a small firm in the Huntington Beach area at that time. Both guns carry a special serial number. One of the guns is in the possession of a major collector in Pennsylvania and the other is owned by one of the show's producers, I believe. They weren't Marksmans or Standard Models with conversion kits. They were two specially built guns". from http://www.bren-ten.com/website/id5.html


Bren Ten (10mm Auto, Miami Vice version)
Crockett aiming his Bren Ten and looking very badass in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run". Classic shot.
Crockett holding his Bren Ten at the shooting range in "One Way Ticket".
Closeup of Crockett's Bren Ten in "One Way Ticket".
Crockett firing his Bren Ten in "One Way Ticket".
Crockett shows the rangemaster his unloaded Bren Ten in "One Way Ticket".

Detonics Combatmaster

Sonny Crockett (Don Johnson) carries a Detonics Combatmaster as a backup gun, in an ankle holster. In reality the Detonics would have been a substantial handgun to carry in an ankle holster. Kevin Cates (Graham Beckel) uses one in the climax of "Payback".

Detonics Combat Master .45 ACP.
Crockett aiming his Detonics Combatmaster in "The Prodigal Son".
Crockett fires his Detonics Combatmaster in "The Prodigal Son". Note no flinching from Don Johnson.
Crockett holding his Detonics Combatmaster in "The Prodigal Son".
"You're busted, pal!" Crockett aims his Detonics Combatmaster at Adonis Jackson (Giancarlo Esposito) in "The Dutch Oven".

Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard"

A J-frame Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" revolver, fitted with Pachmayr grips, is carried by Det. Ricardo Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas) for most of the season.

Smith and Wesson Model 38, a Smith & Wesson Model 36 with a bodyguard hammer shroud.
Tubbs aiming his Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" at Silva's yacht in "Junk Love".
Closeup of Tubbs' Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" in "Little Miss Dangerous".

Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chief's Special"

A J-frame Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chief's Special is used by Det. Gina Calabrese (Saundra Santiago) throughout the season, as well as Det. Trudy Joplin (Olivia Brown).

Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chief's Special"
Trudy aiming her Smith & Wesson Model 36 at Adonis Jackson (Giancarlo Esposito) at the end of "The Dutch Oven".
Gina aiming her Smith & Wesson Model 36 in "Tale of the Goat".

Browning Hi-Power

Det. Stan Switek (Michael Talbott) carries a nickel Browning Hi-Power with target sights as his sidearm throughout the season.

Nickel Browning Hi-Power - 9mm
Switek fires his Hi-Power at his TV after seeing Phil Mayhew (Phil Collins) continuing to scam people unscathed in "Phil the Shill".
Switek aims his Hi-Power in "French Twist".
Switek fires his Hi-Power in "French Twist".
Switek with his Hi-Power drawn as he prepares to enter the apartment in "French Twist".
Switek with his Hi-Power drawn in "The Fix".

Smith & Wesson 659

Det. Larry Zito (John Diehl) carries a Smith & Wesson 659 as his sidearm. Several other characters use them throughout the season as well.

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Zito aiming his Smith & Wesson 659 in "Whatever Works".
"Hit the dirt, I've always wanted to say that." Zito with his S&W 659 in "Bushido".
A drug dealer aims his Smith & Wesson 659 at Tubbs in "The Dutch Oven".
The drug dealer shoots at Crockett and Trudy.

Colt Trooper MK V

Lt. Castillo (Edward James Olmos) uses a Colt Trooper MK V in "Bushido"

Colt Trooper Mk V with pachmayr grips - .357 Magnum
Lt. Castillo fires his Colt Trooper at Jack Gretsky (Dean Stockwell) in "Bushido".
Lt. Castillo with his Colt Trooper drawn in "Bushido".
Lt. Castillo checks his Colt Trooper when he is with Jack's wife Laura in "Bushido".
Laura shoots Surf with Castillo's Colt Trooper in "Bushido". Note the full lug on top and the half lug on the bottom, identifying it as a Trooper. Also, if you look closely, you can see the barrel ribbing.

Detonics Scoremaster

Tubbs and Castillo both use Detonics Scoremasters in "The Prodigal Son" episode. Castillo also uses one in "Whatever Works". Several other characters throughout the series also use them.
Detonics Scoremaster .45 ACP.
Lt. Castillo holding his Detonics Scoremaster in "The Prodigal Son".
Tubbs holds his Detonics Scoremaster at the ready in "The Prodigal Son".
Tubbs lowers his Detonics Scoremaster after the firefight with the Colombians in "The Prodigal Son".
Lt. Castillo (left) holding a Detonics Scoremaster (noted by the extended barrel) in "Whatever Works".
Robbie (James Remar) loads up his Detonics Scoremaster in "Buddies". Note the extended barrel.
Robbie fires his Detonics Scoremaster at the assassins in "Buddies".
Good side view of Robbie's Detonics Scoremaster.
Legba (Clarence Williams III) pulls out a Detonics Scoremaster during the climax of "Tale of the Goat".

Heckler & Koch P9S

A Colombian thug uses a Heckler & Koch P9S in "The Prodigal Son".

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A Colombian fires his HK P9S (noted by the trigger guard) at police and DEA agents in "The Prodigal Son".

1911A1

A 1911A1 is used by many villains throughout the series, including many Colombians in "The Prodigal Son".

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A Colombian thug fires his 1911 at Crockett and Tubbs in "The Prodigal Son". Many Colombians use 1911's throughout the episode.
"Lookin for someone?" A Colombian thug with his 1911 drawn notices Tubbs standing next to him, who blows him away with his Ithaca 37 Stakeout in "The Prodigal Son".
An assassin fires his 1911 at Crockett and Tubbs in "Buddies". Many assassins carry 1911's in this episode.
Nickel-plated Rock Island Armory M1911A1 w/ pearl grips - .45 ACP
A thug sets his 1911 down, surrendering to police in "Whatever Works".

Star 30 PK

Frank Sacco (James Russo) uses a Star 30 PK in "The Prodigal Son". One of Legba's thugs uses one in "Tale of the Goat".

Star 30 PK - 9mm
Frank Sacco aims his Star 30 PK at Tubbs.
Valerie aims Sacco's Star 30 PK at Tubbs, demanding that he leave.
Good shot of the pistol.
Two of Legba's thugs, one with a Micro Uzi and the other with a Star 30 PK, hold Tubbs at gunpoint in "Tale of the Goat".

Walther PPK/S

Several characters throughout the season use white-gripped Walther PPK/S's (likely the same gun in all episodes).

Walther PPK/S
Valerie fires her Walther PPK/S at the Colombians at the end of "The Prodigal Son".
Lydia aims her Walther PPK/S in "Yankee Dollar".

Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB

Several police officers throughout the season are armed with heavy barreled Smith & Wesson Model 10s. This indicates that it is most likely the standard issue sidearm for the Metro-Dade Police Department.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Heavy-barreled - .38 Spl
A police officer shoots two drug dealers with his Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB after they pull a Micro Uzi on him and his partner in "Whatever Works".
Closeup of the officer's gun.
Officer Sullen with his Smith & Wesson drawn as he enters his partner's home in "Whatever Works".
Gina and Trudy fire at Ray Pinchada's thugs, Gina with a Mossberg 500 and Trudy with a Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB, in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".

Beretta Cheetah

Many characters use Beretta Cheetahs throughout the season.

Beretta 84B (earlier version with round trigger guard) .380 ACP
Miguel "Skates" Santino holds a woman hostage with a Beretta Cheetah in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".
One of Angelina Calderon's men holds a suppressed Beretta Cheetah on Tubbs in "Sons and Lovers."
Beretta 85BB - .380 ACP.
Hector Sandoval fires his Beretta Cheetah into the air in "Free Verse".
Sandoval stares at his Beretta Cheetah.

High Standard HDM

Several High Standard HDMs are seen throughout the series.

High Standard HDM - .22 LR
The assassin shoots Constanza with a suppressed High Standard HDM in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".
The assassin is shot by Crockett, pistol in hand, as he tries to escape.
Max Rogo (Austin Pendleton) holding his suppressed High Standard HDM in "Yankee Dollar".
Manuel Guerrero (Héctor Mercado) aims his High Standard HDM at Hector and Bianca in "Free Verse".
Manuel Guerrero aims at Hector and Bianca.

Beretta M1934

A patron at the club where Crockett and Robbie (James Remar) are drinking at pulls a Beretta M1934 on Robbie when he starts dancing on the pool table in "Buddies".

Beretta M1935, the .32 ACP version of the M1934. The only difference between this gun and the M1934 is the caliber.
The club patron aims his Beretta M1934 at Robbie in "Buddies".

Taurus PT92

Many characters throughout the series can be seen using Taurus PT92s.

Taurus PT92AF - Earliest Model with no Decocker - 9mm. What distinguishes the earliest Taurus PT92AF pistols is the lack of a decocker and the markings on the slide are flipped from the later models of the PT92. The Markings Taurus PT92AF are on the opposite side of the slide.
Robbie (James Remar) holds a Taurus PT92 to his head in "Buddies". Note the lack of safety on the slide.
Robbie holds his Taurus PT92 in "Buddies". Note the wood grips.
Col. Maynard (G. Gordon Liddy) aims his Taurus PT92 at Ira Stone (Bob Balaban) in "Back in the World".
Closeup of Maynard's Taurus PT92 in "Back in the World". Note the wood grips.
Philippe Sagot fires his Taurus PT92 at Langley in "One Way Ticket". Despite his horrible grip, which causes him to fire his gun out of control, he still manages to kill Langley. Just lucky I guess.
Closeup of Sagot's Taurus PT92 in "One Way Ticket". Note the wood grips and the horrible grip! Also note that the shot is reversed.

Astra Constable

Juan Carlos Silva (Jose Perez) uses an stainless engraved Astra Constable with pearl grips at the end of "Junk Love".

Engraved Astra Constable - .380 ACP
Silva aims his Astra Constable at Crockett and Tubbs.
Good shot of Silva's Astra Constable.
Rosella (Ely Pouget) holds Silva's Astra Constable.
Rosella prepares to kill Silva with his Astra Constable at the very end of "Junk Love".

Detonics Pocket 9

Several characters use Detonics Pocket 9s throughout the season.

Detonics Pocket 9 - 9mm
One of Legba's thugs holding a Detonics Pocket 9 after being shot by Crockett in "Tale of the Goat".
Charlie Glide (Ned Eisenberg) holding his Detonics Pocket 9 in "Yankee Dollar".

Colt Commander

A DEA Agent uses a stainless Colt Commander in "Back in the World".

Colt Combat Commander with Satin Nickel Finish and wood grips - 9mm
The DEA Agent on the right carries a Colt Commander in his holster in "Back in the World".

Taurus PT99

Charlie Basset (Ted Nugent) uses a stainless Taurus PT99, noted by the adjustable sights, in "Definitely Miami". (Thanks to MT2008 for spotting the adjustable sights.) A drug dealer also uses one in "Sons and Lovers".

Stainless Taurus PT99, same as the PT92, but with adjustable sights.
Charlie Basset (Ted Nugent) aims his stainless Taurus PT99 at a drug dealer in "Definitely Miami".
Charlie Basset with his stainless Taurus PT99 in "Definitely Miami".
Charlie Basset aims his stainless Taurus PT99 at Crockett in "Definitely Miami". Note the wood grips.
One of the dealer's aims his stainless Taurus PT99 in "Sons and Lovers". The dealer on the left is aiming a sawn-off Browning Auto-5.
The dealer aims his stainless Taurus PT99 at Crockett and Tubbs in "Sons and Lovers".
Tubbs aims the dealer's stainless Taurus PT99 in "Sons and Lovers".
Tubbs holds the stainless Taurus PT99 in "Sons and Lovers".

44 AutoMag

A drug dealer carries a .44 AutoMag with him when meeting with Charlie Basset (Ted Nugent) in "Definitely Miami".

.44 AutoMag .44 Magnum
Charlie Basset examines the dealer's AutoMag in "Definitely Miami".
The other side of the dealer's AutoMag in "Definitely Miami".

Colt Python

In "Definitely Miami", Clemente's messenger's revolver switches from a Smith & Wesson Model 19 to a Colt Python in a brief continuity error. It is noted as so because in one shot his revolver has a half lug running under the barrel (S&W) and then a full lug (Colt). Also, in one shot it has a Bo Mar Rib on top of the barrel (S&W) and then a standard barrel with ribbing in the next shot (Colt).

Colt Python - .357 Magnum
In this shot Clemente's messenger appears to be holding a Colt Python in "Definitely Miami". A minor continuity error. Note the full lug running underneath the barrel, unlike the S&W 29.

Smith & Wesson Model 60

FBI Agent Joe Dalvas (Albert Hall) can be seen with a Smith & Wesson Model 60 in "Definitely Miami".

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Agent Dalvas holding his Smith & Wesson Model 60 in "Definitely Miami".

Beretta 92F

Several characters throughout the season use Beretta 92F pistols.

Beretta 92F - 9mm.
Closeup of Sirat Bandi's (Xavier Coronel) Beretta 92F in "French Twist".
Bandi aims his Beretta 92F in "French Twist".
Bandi fires his Beretta 92F at Crockett.
Skip Mueller holding his Beretta 92F in "Trust Fund Pirates".
Skip aims his Beretta 92F at Jackson (Gary Cole).

Charter Arms Off Duty

Interpol Agent Danielle Hier (Lisa Eichhorn) uses a stainless Charter Arms Off Duty fitted with pachmayr grips during the climax of "French Twist".

Stainless Charter Arms Off Duty - .38 Special
Danielle Hier aims her stainless Charter Arms Off Duty.
Closeup of Hier's stainless Charter Arms Off Duty.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

Lt. Castillo (Edward James Olmos) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 19 in "Definitely Miami". In "Definitely Miami", one of Clemente's men uses a Model 19 with a bo-mar rib. This switches to a Colt Python during a continuity error.

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Lt. Castillo with his Model 19 drawn in "Definitely Miami".
One of Clemente's men holds a Smith & Wesson Model 19 with a Bo-Mar rib on Crockett and Tubbs in "Definitely Miami". In the next shot, it switches to a Colt Python.

Judge Ferguson (Bill Russell) uses a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub-nose to shoot Pagone (Michael Richards) at the end of "The Fix".

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Judge Ferguson aims his nickel Smith & Wesson Model 19 snub in "The Fix".
Judge Ferguson fires his nickel Smith & Wesson Model 19 snub at Pagone in "The Fix".
Judge Ferguson with his nickel Smith & Wesson Model 19 snub in "The Fix".

Beretta 950 Jetfire

An assassin uses a suppressed Beretta 950 Jetfire when trying to assassinate Hector Sandoval in "Free Verse".

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A suppressed Beretta 950 Jetfire is seen in the trunk of this car in "Free Verse". Notice that every SMG in here has been used before in the series.
The assassin pulls out her suppressed Beretta 950 Jetfire.

SIG-Sauer P230

Lani uses a two-tone SIG-Sauer P230 in "Trust Fund Pirates".

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Lani holds her SIG-Sauer P230 on Crockett and Tubbs.
Lani aims her SIG-Sauer P230.

Shotguns

Ithaca 37 Stakeout

An Ithaca 37 Stakeout is carried by Det. Ricardo Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas) in the second season. This is a customized weapon with a shortened barrel and magazine tube, a ventilated barrel shroud and a folding vertical grip.

Ithaca 37 Stakeout Custom -9x19mm. This is the screen-used firearm carried by Philip Michael Thomas in the series Miami Vice. Thanks to James Georgopoulos.
Tubbs holding his Ithaca 37 Stakeout in "The Prodigal Son".
Tubbs fires his Ithaca 37 Stakeout at Sacco's men in "The Prodigal Son".
Tubbs, having just shot a thug, holds his Ithaca 37 Stakeout while holding another thug at gunpoint with his own MAC-10 in "The Prodigal Son".
Tubbs fires his Ithaca 37 Stakeout alongside Crockett, who's Bren Ten locks back, in "Whatever Works".
Tubbs kills Legba (Clarence Williams III) with his Ithaca 37 Stakeout during the climax of "Tale of the Goat".
Tubbs holds his Ithaca 37 Stakeout after killing Legba in "Tale of the Goat".

Mossberg 500

Many Metro-Dade police officers, Vice detectives, and SRT members use Mossberg 500s throughout the series, both with black synthetic furniture and wooden furniture.

Mossberg 500AT Shotgun - 12 gauge
The DEA Agent on the far right is holding a Mossberg 500 in "The Prodigal Son".
Gina Calebrese (Saundra Santiago) and Trudy Joplin (Olivia Brown) holding Mossberg 500s in "The Prodigal Son".
Gina and Trudy fire at Ray Pinchada's thugs, Gina with a Mossberg 500 and Trudy with a Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB, in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".
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An assassin holding a Mossberg 500 in "Buddies".
The SRT member next to Switek is holding a Mossberg 500 with black synthetic furniture in "Sons and Lovers".

Remington 870

Several Metro-Dade police officers, Vice detectives, and SRT members use Remington 870s throughout the season.

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The DEA Agent in the middle is holding a Remington 870 in "The Prodigal Son".
The police officer next to Crockett holds a Remington 870 in "Whatever Works".
A police officer holds his Remington 870 after shooting two drug dealers who pull a Micro Uzi on him and his partner.
An MDPD Detective aiming his Remington 870 in "Back in the World".

Mossberg 500 Bullpup

Several MDPD officers, notably Switek (Michael Talbott) and Zito (John Diehl), are seen wielding Mossberg 500 Bullpups in "Free Verse".

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Switek, armed with a Mossberg 500 Bullpup, and other officers prepares to raid the compound in "Free Verse".
Switek leads the raid on the compound holding his Mossberg 500 Bullpup in "Free Verse".
Zito, also armed with a Mossberg 500 Bullpup, follows Switek during the raid in "Free Verse".

Franchi SPAS-12

A pirate uses a nickel plated Franchi SPAS-12 in "Trust Fund Pirates".

Franchi SPAS-12 with stock folded and butt-hook removed- .12 ga
One of the pirates holds his Franchi SPAS-12 in "Trust Fund Pirates".

Browning Auto-5

A drug dealer uses a Browning Auto-5 shotgun in "Sons and Lovers".

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A drug dealer aims his sawn-off Browning Auto-5 at Crockett and Tubbs in "Sons and Lovers".
The dealer holds his sawn-off Browning Auto-5 before being shot in "Sons and Lovers".
Crockett shoots another dealer with the sawn-off Browning Auto-5 in "Sons and Lovers".
Crockett holds the sawn-off Browning Auto-5 as he tells Zito not to touch the door in "Sons and Lovers".

Sub-Machine Guns

Heckler & Koch HK94 (Mock MP5)

Many villains and henchmen are seen using chopped and converted Heckler & Koch HK94s throughout the season.

Heckler & Koch HK94 - 9mm
The "Fake MP5", the Heckler & Koch HK94 Converted to full auto fire, shortened barrel and added third firing position on trigger pack - 9mm. This version was used in many films during the 1980s and 1990s.
A Colombian soldier holds his HK94 on Crockett in "The Prodigal Son". Note the lack of a paddle magazine release and the trigger group.
Silva's men aim their HK94's in "Junk Love"

Several standard HK94s are seen throughout the series, often equipped with pistol grips and barrel jackets.

Heckler & Koch 94 carbine with front pistol grip & barrel jacket. This modification was common and often seen firing full auto in movies of the 1980s.
The soldier on the left holds a standard HK94 with a barrel jacket and a front pistol grip.
An SRT member on the right holding a standard HK94 with a barrel jacket in the climax of "Definitely Miami".

Micro Uzi

Several thugs use Micro Uzis with/without folding stocks throughout the season.

Micro Uzi with folding stock - 9x19mm
One of Sacco's men fires his Micro Uzi at Crockett and Tubbs in "The Prodigal Son".
A Colombian fires his Micro Uzi at Crockett and Tubbs during the climax of "The Prodigal Son".
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A drug dealer attempts to pull out a Micro Uzi on two officers before being killed by them in "Whatever Works".
Two of Legba's thugs, one with a Micro Uzi and the other with a Star 30 PK, hold Tubbs at gunpoint in "Tale of the Goat".
Legba (Clarence Williams III), Micro Uzi in hand, stares Tubbs (who has been tortured by Legba) down in "Tale of the Goat".
Philippe Sagot running with his Micro Uzi across the airfield in "One Way Ticket".
A thug aims his Micro Uzi in "The Fix".
The thug fires his Micro Uzi in "The Fix".
A pirate (right) aims a Micro Uzi at Crockett and Tubbs in "Trust Fund Pirates". Skip (left) is carrying a Micro Uzi in a shoulder holster.

MAC-10

MAC-10s are seen being used by criminals in many episodes.

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One of Sacco's men holding a MAC-10 as he searches for Tubbs in "The Prodigal Son".
Tubbs holds a MAC-10 that he took from one of Sacco's men in his right hand in "The Prodigal Son".
One of Pinchada's men fires his MAC-10 at police in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".
Jack Gretsky (Dean Stockwell) turns to fire his MAC-10 at Lt. Castillo in "Bushido".
Crockett holds a MAC-10 that he took from a guard in "Payback".
Crockett fires his MAC-10 at Calderone's thugs in "Sons and Lovers".

IMI Uzi

Several characters use IMI Uzis throughout the season.

IMI Uzi - 9x19mm
A Colombian thug holding his IMI Uzi at the end of "The Prodigal Son".
An IMI Uzi is seen in the car trunk in "Free Verse".

Interdynamic KG-99

Two Russian hitmen are seen using Interdynamic KG-99s in "Bushido".

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Surf (David Rasche) holding his Colt 9mm SMG next to a Russian with an Interdynamic KG-99 in "Bushido".
A Russian searches for Lt. Castillo with his Interdynamic KG-99 in "Bushido".
Another Russian fires his Interdynamic KG-99 at Lt. Castillo in "Bushido".
A Russian holding his Interdynamic KG-99 in "Bushido".

Star Z70 B submachine gun

A few Star Z70s are seen in the episode "Free Verse". This 9mm SMG was used in the past by the Spanish military and police.

A Star Z70 is seen in the car trunk in "Free Verse".
A thug holds his Star Z70 with the stock extended in "Free Verse".
The thug with his Star Z70 in "Free Verse".

Smith & Wesson M76

A Smith & Wesson M76 is seen in the trunk of a car in "Free Verse".

Smith & Wesson M76 - 9mm‎
Smith & Wesson M76 with stock extended - 9mm‎
A Smith & Wesson M76 is seen in the car trunk in "Free Verse".

Walther MPK

A thug uses a Walther MPK in "Free Verse".

Walther MPK - 9x19mm
The thug fires his Walther MPK.
The thug is shot holding his Walther MPK.

Rifles

Norinco Type 56-1

Several Colombian soldiers in the opening scene in "The Prodigal Son" are armed with Norinco Type 56-1 rifles, fitted with AKM style muzzle brakes to pass them off as AKMSs. It is identified as a Norinco by the front sight, which is the .75" style, instead of the .5" of the AKM/AKMS. (Thanks to MT2008 for identifying this one)

Norinco Type 56-1 - 7.62mm. The model in the show is fitted with an AKM style muzzle brake in order to pass them off as AKMSs.
A Colombian soldier with his Norinco Type 56-1.
Closeup of the Norinco Type 56-1. Note the slant muzzle brake.

Heckler & Koch HK91

One of the Colombian soldiers in the beginning of "The Prodigal Son" is seen holding a Heckler & Koch HK91 rifle. It is noted as so by the trigger group and the lack of grenade ring.

Heckler & Koch HK91 - 7.62mm
The soldier on the left holds a Heckler & Koch HK91 on the DEA Agent.

M16A1

M16A1s are seen in many episodes of the season. They are used by the MDPD SRT members in various episodes.

M16A1 with 20 Round magazine - 5.56x45mm
The DEA Agent on the far left holds an M16A1 in "The Prodigal Son".
Crockett holds his M16A1 at the ready in "The Prodigal Son".
Although hard to see, Larry Zito (John Diehl) fires his M16A1 at the Colombians in "The Prodigal Son".
Tubbs loads up his M16A1 in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".
Closeup of Tubbs' M16A1.
Switek and Zito fire their rifles, Switek with an Beretta BM59 and Zito with an M16A1, at Pinchada's gang in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".
Two MDPD detectives holding M16A1s in "Back in the World".
Closeup of an MDPD detective aming his M16A1 (note the triangular handguards) in "Back in the World".

M16

Several characters use M16s throughout the season. Tubbs' also uses one in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run", which switched from being an M16A1 in a continuity error.

A M16 with a birdcage flash hider and 20 round magazine.
Tubbs fires his M16 at Pinchada's men in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".
Switek and Zito are armed with M16s in "Free Verse". Switek's rifle has a scope on it.
Switek aims his M16 in "Free Verse".
M16 fitted with M203 grenade launcher.
Angelina's bodyguard aims his M16 at a drug dealer in "Sons and Lovers". Note the laser sight. For some reason it has grenade or flare launcher handguards.
The bodyguard with his M16 in "Sons and Lovers".

Beretta BM59

Stan Switek (Michael Talbott) uses a Beretta BM59 during the Everglades shootout in "The Prodigal Son". He uses the same rifle during the shootout with Pinchada's thugs in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run". (Thanks to Charon68 for identifying this one)

Beretta BM59
Stan Switek (background) uses an Beretta BM59 in "The Prodigal Son". Note the triangular folding stock.
Switek, with his Beretta BM59, and Zito, with his M16A1, load their weapons in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".
Switek and Zito fire their rifles, Switek with an Beretta BM59 and Zito with an M16A1, at Pinchada's gang in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".

Steyr AUG

Crockett uses a Steyr AUG in the episodes "Out Where The Buses Dont Run" and "Free Verse".

Steyr AUG - Austrian Army Version 5.56mm
Crockett loads up his Steyr AUG.
Closeup of Crockett's Steyr AUG.

CAR-15 SMG

Surf (David Rasche) uses a converted Colt Sporter II Rifle with a barrel cut down to 10" flush with the front sight and a standard A1 Flash hider, during the climax of "Bushido". The generic term for such a converted carbine is the CAR-15 SMG, though there are variants which have 11.5", 10.5" and 10" barrels. In "Bushido", it is equipped with a 90-round drum magazine and a large laser sight. One of Col. Maynard's (G. Gordon Liddy) thugs is also armed with a standard version (without the accessories) in "Back in the World".

CAR-15 SMG
Laura Gretsky opens the door to find Surf standing their with his CAR-15 SMG in "Bushido".
Surf holding his CAR-15 SMG next to a Russian with an Interdynamic KG-99 in "Bushido".
Surf searches for Castillo and the Gretskys with his CAR-15 SMG.
Surf drives Tubbs' car with his CAR-15 SMG in his hand.
Surf talks to Castillo while searching for him with his CAR-15 SMG in his hand.
Surf aims his CAR-15 SMG" at Castillo right before being shot by Crockett and Tubbs.
Maynard's thug holding his Colt XM177 "Shorty" in "Back in the World". (NOTE: This is an MGC XM177 Replica Gun, not the Shorty SMG)
Maynard's thug prepares to shoot Crockett with his Colt XM177 "Shorty" in "Back in the World".

Replica XM177 (CAR-15)

A DEA Agent can be seen with a MGC CAR-15 Replica slung over his back during the drug bust in "Back in the World", noted by it's flash hider. The fake forward assist is indicative of an MGC Replica CAR-15 Rifle.

MGC CAR-15 replica rifle
A DEA agent arrests two teenagers with a CAR-15 slung over his back in "Back in the World".

Armalite AR-18

A MDPD detective can be seen holding an Armalite AR-18 rifle during the drug bust in "Back in the World".

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The detective (middle) holding his Armalite AR-18 in "Back in the World".

Colt Sporter I Carbine

Several characters throughout the season use Colt Sporter I Carbine. It is noted as a Sporter I by its lack of forward assist and it's 16" barrel.

Colt Sporter I Carbine - 5.56mm NATO
The SRT member on the left is holding a Colt Sporter I in "Definitely Miami".
Zito holding a Colt Sporter I in "Sons and Lovers".
The SRT leader with a Colt Sporter I before switching to a Federal M201-Z Grenade Launcher in "Sons and Lovers."

IMI Galil SAR

One of the hostage takers uses a IMI Galil SAR in "Free Verse".

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The hostage taker holding his IMI Galil SAR.
The IMI Galil SAR lies on the table as police raid the compound.

Winchester Model 70

Several SRT members use Winchester Model 70s with camouflage paint schemes throughout the season.

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An SRT member fires his Winchester Model 70 with a camouflage paint scheme at Pinchada's men in "Out Where the Buses Don't Run".
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Heckler & Koch PSG-1

One of the thugs uses a Heckler & Koch PSG-1 in "Free Verse". An SRT member in "Sons and Lovers" also uses one.

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The thug holding his PSG-1 in "Free Verse".
The SRT member on the far right holds a PSG-1 in "Sons and Lovers".

Other

M60 machine gun

An M60 machine gun is used by one of the pirates in "Trust Fund Pirates".

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Closeup of an M60 in "Trust Fund Pirates".
One of the pirates fires an M60 in "Trust Fund Pirates".

Webley & Scott No.1 Mk. V Signal Pistol

Jackson (Gary Cole) uses a Webley & Scott No.1 Mk. V Signal Pistol in "Trust Fund Pirates".

No.1 Mk. V Signal Pistol - 1 inch - steel frame and barrel
Jackson (Gary Cole) restrains Lani while holding his flare gun in "Trust Fund Pirates".
Jackson shoots Skip with his flare gun in "Trust Fund Pirates".

Mk 2 hand grenade

The drug dealers rig two Mk 2 hand grenades to a door in "Sons and Lovers". If the door is opened, the pins from the grenades would come out causing a large explosion.

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A drug dealer hooks up the two grenades to the door.
Crockett unhooks the two grenades so that Zito can get inside.

Federal M201-Z Grenade Launcher

The SRT Leader is seen holding a Federal M201-Z Grenade Launcher during the hostage situation in "Sons and Lovers".

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The SRT leader holding his Federal M201-Z Grenade Launcher in "Sons and Lovers".

Trivia

A Detonics Combatmaster has a 6 round magazine with 1 round in the chamber. Yet, somehow, in this scene from "The Prodigal Son", Crockett manages to squeeze off 13 rounds.
Note Trudy's nameplate. This was her nickname among the Vice detectives.


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