Miami Vice - Season 3

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The following weapons were used in Season 3 of the television series Miami Vice:

Miami Vice - Season 3 (1986 - 1987)

Contents

Handguns

Smith & Wesson 645

Sonny Crockett (Don Johnson) carries a Smith & Wesson 645 as his primary weapon during the third and fourth seasons of the show. At the time, it was from Smith & Wesson's brand new line of second generation handguns, as the producers wanted to keep up Crockett carrying a State of the Art pistol.

Smith & Wesson 645 - .45 ACP. This is the actual Screen Used 645 carried and fired by Don Johnson in the Television Series Miami Vice.
Crockett fires his Smith & Wesson 645 in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".
Crockett with his Smith & Wesson 645 in "Stone's War".
Crockett aims his Smith & Wesson 645 in "Stone's War".
Crockett aims his Smith & Wesson 645 at Jake Pierson (Willie Nelson) in "El Viejo".
Jake Pierson (Willie Nelson), having taken Crockett's Smith & Wesson 645, aims at Crockett in "El Viejo".
Jake Pierson fires Crockett's Smith & Wesson 645 at Tubbs in "El Viejo".
Crockett aims his Smith & Wesson 645 in "Theresa".
Crockett fires his Smith & Wesson 645.

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.

Detonics Combat Master .45 ACP.
Crockett draws his Detonics Combatmaster in "Viking Bikers from Hell".
Crockett with his Detonics Combatmaster before firing 3 shots into Reb Gustafson's stomach.

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. In a continuity error, Christine von Marburg's (Melanie Griffith) SIG-Sauer P230 switches to an S&W 38 in "By Hooker by Crook".

Smith and Wesson Model 38, a Smith & Wesson Model 36 with a bodyguard hammer shroud.
Tubbs holds his Smith & Wesson Model 38 on Glen McIntyre in "Red Tape".
In a continuity error the SIG-Sauer P230 used by Christine von Marburg (Melanie Griffith) in "By Hooker by Crook" switches to a S&W Bodyguard.
Tubbs aiming his Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" in "Heroes of the Revolution".
Tubbs with his Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" in "Heroes of the Revolution".

Smith & Wesson Model 649

Several characters also use the stainless steel Smith & Wesson Model 649. US Customs agent Frank Arriola (Carlos Cestero) uses it as his backup weapon. Lt. Ray Gilmore (Jack Thibeau) carries it in "Shadows of the Dark". It is also used by Clarence Batisse (Victor Love) at the end of "Better Living Through Chemistry".

Smith & Wesson Model 649 with wood grips - .38 Special
Agent Frank Arriola draws his nickel Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" in "Kill Shot".
Frank Arriola holds his nickel Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" on Isabel Batista in "Kill Shot".
Clarence Batisse fires his nickel Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" in "Better Living Through Chemistry".

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) as her sidearm throughout the season, as well as Det. Trudy Joplin (Olivia Brown). Conejo (Coati Mundi) also uses an S&W 36 to hold Tubbs at gunpoint in "Everybody's in Show Biz".

Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chief's Special"
Gina aims her Smith & Wesson 36 at Sean Carroon (Liam Neeson) in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".
(right) Conejo (Coati Mundi) holds his Smith & Wesson Model 36 on Tubbs in "Everybody's in Show Biz".
(left) Conejo with his Smith & Wesson Model 36. Trivia Coati Mundi played Ramone in the season 1 episode "No Exit". Michael Carmine on the right played Snake in the season 1 episode "Nobody Lives Forever".
Trudy aiming her Smith & Wesson Model 36 at Klaus Herzog in "Heroes of the Revolution".
Gina with her Smith & Wesson Model 36 in "Heroes of the Revolution".

Browning Hi-Power

Det. Stan Switek (Michael Talbott) carries a nickel Browning Hi-Power with target sights as his sidearm throughout the season. In a continuity error the M1911A1 used by Arzola (Timmy Cappello) in "Theresa" switches to a Hi-Power after the short chase.

Nickel Browning Hi-Power - 9mm
Switek aims his Browning Hi-Power in "Everybody's in Show Biz".
Arzola aims a Hi-Power at Crockett.
Arzola fires the Hi-Power.

Smith & Wesson 659

The Undercover cop in the beginning of "El Viejo" uses a Smith & Wesson 659 before being gunned down. One of Montoya's bodyguards also uses an S&W 659 in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?". An S&W 659 is also used by Don Gallego (Paul Calderon) in "Everybody's in Show Biz".

Smith & Wesson 659 9mm.
The undercover cop in the beginning draws his Smith & Wesson 659 on Mendez before being killed in "El Viejo".
One of Montoya's bodyguards get his Smith & Wesson 659 ready in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?"
Another view.
Don Gallego (Paul Calderon) with his Smith & Wesson 659 in "Everybody's in Show Biz".

Smith & Wesson 639

An SRT member is seen carrying a Smith & Wesson 639 in a shoulder holster. Although this is the only time we can clearly see an SRT member's sidearm, we can assume that this is the standard sidearm for SRT members.

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An SRT member carries a Smith & Wesson 659 with an extended magazine in a shoulder holster in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Colt Trooper MK V

A 6-inch barrel version of the Colt Trooper MK V fitted with pachmayr grips is used by Lt. Castillo (Edward James Olmos) in most episodes. If it was a Python it would have a full lug running under the barrel. The Mk V had the ventilated top barrel rib and the half lug for the ejector rod. St. Gerard Police Officer Reuben Oliva (John Verea) carries one with a 4 Inch barrel as his duty sidearm which is taken by Leon Wolfe (Vincent D'Onofrio) and given to Orlando Calderone (John Leguizamo).

Colt Trooper Mk V with pachmayr grips - .357 Magnum
Lt. Castillo fires his Colt Trooper around the corner in "Walk-Alone".
Lt. Castillo holds his Colt Trooper on a group of prisoners in "Walk-Alone".

Beretta Cheetah

A hitman in "Baby Blues" uses a Beretta Cheetah with a threaded barrel, which he adds a suppressor to. Another thug also uses one in "Streetwise".

Beretta 84B (earlier version with round trigger guard) .380 ACP
A hit man with a Beretta Cheetah, before adding a suppressor to it in "Baby Blues".
A thug gives up his Beretta Cheetah, as Crockett gets the drop on him in "Streetwise".

Officer Vic Romano (Bill Paxton) is seen with a nickel Beretta Cheetah in "Streetwise".

Beretta 85BB nickel finish - .380 ACP.
Vic Romano (Bill Paxton) checks his Beretta Cheetah in "Streetwise".

Colt Commander

Arms dealer Eddie Kaye (Jeff Fahey) carries a Colt Commander in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".

Colt Combat Commander with Satin Nickel Finish and wood grips - 9mm
Eddie Kaye (Jeff Fahey) Colt Commander lies on the table in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".
Eddie Kaye Mexican-carries his Colt Commander in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".

Smith & Wesson Model 686

An FHP officer draws a 4" Smith & Wesson Model 686 on Tubbs after a high speed chase in "Walk-Alone".

Smith & Wesson Model 686 4" - .357 Magnum
The FHP officer draws his Smith & Wesson Model 686 in "Walk-Alone".
The FHP officer aims his Smith & Wesson Model 686 at Tubbs in "Walk-Alone".

Mikey (Michael Carmine) uses a 3" Smith & Wesson Model 686 when he holds up Don Gallego in "Everybody's in Show Biz."

Smith & Wesson Model 686 3" - .357 Magnum
(left) Mikey (Michael Carmine) holds his Smith & Wesson Model 686 on Don Gallego.
(right) Mikey with his Smith & Wesson Model 686. Trivia Michael Carmine played Snake in the season 1 episode "Nobody Lives Forever". Coati Mundi on the left played Ramone in the season 1 episode "No Exit".

Smith & Wesson Model 66

An FHP officer draws a Smith & Wesson Model 66 on Tubbs after a high speed chase in "Walk-Alone".

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The FHP officer aims his Smith & Wesson Model 66 at Tubbs in "Walk-Alone".

Detonics Scoremaster

Several other characters throughout the season use Detonics Scoremasters.

Detonics Scoremaster .45 ACP.
Lt. Ray Gilmore (Jack Thibeau), in a crazed state, fires his Detonics Scoremaster at what he thinks is "The Shadow" in "Shadow in the Dark".
One of Kenneth Togaru's thugs (WWF 'star' Captain Lou Albano) draws his Detonics Scoremaster in "By Hooker by Crook".
One of Orrestes Pedrosa's thugs searches for Klaus Herzog armed with Detonics Scoremaster in "Heroes of the Revolution".

Beretta 92F

Several characters throughout the season use Beretta 92Fs.

Beretta 92F - 9mm.
While searching him, a guard removes Agent Frank Arriola's Beretta 92F in "Kill Shot".
Bobby Diaz (Lou Diamond Phillips) draws his Beretta 92F in "Red Tape".
Bobby Diaz chambers his Beretta.
One of Kenneth Togaru's thugs fires his Beretta 92F in "By Hooker by Crook".
One of Don Gallego's thugs with a Beretta 92F in "Everybody's in Show Biz".

Custom Richard Heinie M1911A1 Series 80

Max Klizer (Walter Gotell) has a Custom Colt M1911A1 Series 80 in his office in "When Irish Eyes are Crying". The gun, custom made by gunsmith Richard Heinie, appears to have a stainless steel finish, the Heinie design fixed rear sight, an extended ambidextrous safety, a combat hammer, and a compensated longslide.

Custom Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP. This model is very similar to the one in the episode.
Max Kilzer holding his Custom M1911A1.
Max aims his Custom M1911A1.
Sean Carroon (Liam Neeson) pulls the slide back on Max's Custom M1911A1. Note the compensator.

Handgun Display

Max Klizer (Walter Gotell) has several handguns displayed throughout his office in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".

Note the boom mic.
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Heckler & Koch P7M13

One of Colonel Maynard's (G. Gordon Liddy) assassins uses a nickel Heckler & Koch P7M13 in "Stone's War". Another assassin later in the episode uses a blued P7M13.

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Maynard's assassin draws his nickel Heckler & Koch P7M13 on Crockett's boat.
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Maynard's assassin fires his blued Heckler & Koch P7M13.

Single Action Army

Texas Ranger Jake Pierson (Willie Nelson) carries with him two 1936 Colt Single Action Armys in "El Viejo" (Crockett specifically says it's a 1936 model). He sells one of them to a pawn shop for extra cash. In the episode it is referred to as a Colt Peacemaker, a common name for Colt SAAs.

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Jake sets one of his Colt SAAs and some ammunition on the table in his room while he inspects his other one.
Jake sets one of his Colt SAAs on the counter at the pawn shop.
The pawn shop owner inspects Jake's Colt SAA.
A flashback shows Jake and his partner firing their Colt SAAs.
Jake fires his remaining Colt SAA at Mendez and his thugs.
A wounded Jake Pierson (Willie Nelson) aims his Colt SAA at Crockett.

Smith & Wesson 669

One of Mendez's thugs uses a Smith & Wesson 669 in "El Viejo". Another thug in "Theresa" also uses an S&W 669.

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One of Mendez's thugs holds his Smith & Wesson 669 on Jake Pierson (Willie Nelson) in "El Viejo".
Jake Pierson commandeers the thug's Smith & Wesson 669 and holds it on him in "El Viejo".
A thug aims his Smith & Wesson 669 at a guard in "Theresa".
The thug fires his Smith & Wesson 669.

Desert Eagle Mark I

Howard Famiglia (Tommy Koenig) is seen with a chrome Desert Eagle in a holster at the beginning of "Baby Blues". Reb Gustafson (Reb Brown) uses one throughout the "Viking Bikers from Hell" episode.

Matte stainless Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum
Howard Famiglia with his Desert Eagle in his holster.
Famiglia inspects a baby with a Desert Eagle in his holster.
Famiglia with his holstered Desert Eagle.
Reb Gustafson (Reb Brown) with his chrome Desert Eagle Mark 1 in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Glock 17

A Glock 17 is carried by a Cuban rebel in "Cuba Libre". Crockett takes it off him and uses it through the rest of the episode as he was forced to give up his Smith & Wesson 645 earlier in the episode. This is the very first use of a Glock pistol in media.

Glock 17 9mm 1st Gen.
Cuban rebel with his Glock 17 in "Cuba Libre".
Crockett does a round check on the Glock 17 in "Cuba Libre".
Crockett with the Glock 17.
Crockett fires the Glock 17 at the rebel after the rocket missed the limo.

Colt Python

Several characters use Colt Python's throughout the series.

Colt Python .357 Magnum
Inspector Nguyn Van Trahn (Haing S. Ngor) with a Colt Python taken off a dead bodyguard in "Duty & Honor" aka "Savage"
A security guard holds a Colt Python on Crockett and Tubbs in "Theresa".
Another view.
Agent Linda Colby (Elizabeth Ashley) draws her Colt Python in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?"
Colby is shot while holding her Colt Python.
A biker with a Colt Python in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Ruger Mk II Pistol

Alexander Dykstra (Yorgo Voyagis) uses a suppressed Ruger Mk II Pistol to kill his girlfriend Trace (Neith Hunter) in "Lend Me an Ear".

Ruger Mk III .22LR
Alexander Dykstra (Yorgo Voyagis) uses a suppressed Ruger Mk II pistol to kill his girlfriend Trace (Neith Hunter in "Lend Me an Ear".

M1911A1

The M1911A1 pistol series are used many characters throughout the series.

Satin nickel M1911A1 - .45ACP.
Arzola (Timmy Cappello) fires his 1911A1 at Tubbs and Switek in "Theresa".
Arzola flees, 1911A1 in hand. It switches to a Hi-Power after a short chase.
Leon (James Finnerty) Alexander Dykstra's bodyguard checks his 1911A1 in "Lend Me an Ear".
M1911A1 - .45ACP.
Orrestes Pedrosa (Shawn Elliott) fires his M1911A1 in "Heroes of the Revolution".
Orrestes Pedrosa with his M1911A1 in "Heroes of the Revolution".

Walther PPK/S

Senor Espinoza uses a Walther PPK/S when he hears someone break into his home in "Duty and Honor". Alexander Dykstra (Yorgo Voyagis) also uses a PPK/S with a suppressor in "Lend Me an Ear".

Walther PPK/S
Senor Espinoza draws a Walther PPK/S in "Duty and Honor".
Alexander Dykstra (Yorgo Voyagis) uses a suppressed Walther PPK/S to kill McGregor (Anthony Holyen) in "Lend Me an Ear".
Another view of the Walther PPK/S.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose

Glen McIntyre (Scott Plank) carries a nickel Smith & Wesson Model 19 snub nose in "Red Tape", which he uses to kill Bobby Diaz (Lou Diamond Phillips) before shooting himself.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose - .357 Magnum
Glen McIntyre (Scott Plank) fires his S&W Model 19 at Bobby Diaz in "Red Tape".
Glen McIntyre puts his gun on himself rather than being taken in. Scott Plank would later go on to play Vincent Hanna in L.A. Takedown.

SIG-Sauer P230

Christine von Marburg (Melanie Griffith) uses a SIG-Sauer P230 to kill Kenneth Togaru (George Takei) in "By Hooker by Crook".

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Christine von Marburg (Melanie Griffith) fires her SIG-Sauer P230 at Kenneth Togaru (George Takei). In a continuity error it switches to a S&W Bodyguard.

Taurus PT92C

Esteban Montoya (Ian McShane) uses a Taurus PT92C in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?". (Trivia: Ian McShane would later play General Manuel Borbon in the series finale "Freefall")

Taurus PT92C 9x19mm
Montoya loads up his Taurus PT92C.
Montoya reloading his Taurus PT92C.
Montoya holding his Taurus PT92C.

Walther PP

Klaus Herzog (Jeroen Krabbé) uses a Walther PP in "Heroes of the Revolution".

Walther PP
Klaus Herzog with his Walther PP in "Heroes of the Revolution".

Beretta Model 70

Orrestes Pedrosa (Shawn Elliott) uses a single-action Beretta Model 70 (not the double-single action Beretta Cheetah) in "Heroes of the Revolution".

Beretta Model 70 Suppressed
Orrestes Pedrosa (Shawn Elliott) gets his suppressed Beretta model 70 ready in "Heroes of the Revolution".
Pedrosa with his Beretta model 70 by his side after being shot by Det. Calabrese.

Shotguns

Custom Wilson Combat Smith & Wesson 3000

A Custom Wilson Combat Smith & Wesson 3000 with a pistol grip and vertical foregrip is carried by Det. Ricardo Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas), in the 3rd season of the show.

Info about this custom shotgun: Wilson Combat has been given permission by Smith & Wesson to modify the M-3000 and sell those modified versions. Wilson cuts off the barrel to 7.9 inches (and other barrel lengths are available at customer request), shortens the action bars and magazine tube, moves the barrel mount back, and adds a forward handgrip on the pump slide which can also be folded flush with the rest of the pump slide if desired. The resulting weapon, called the Executive Protection Shotgun, uses synthetic Pachmayr Vindicator furniture and has no buttstock. Despite the short barrel, the shot spread is not extreme due to the tight choke used on the barrel; however, muzzle blast and noise are extreme. Of course, the Executive Protection Shotgun requires a lot of taxes and red tape to legally acquire, and is therefore used only by certain bodyguards and military and government concerns. From http://www.pmulcahy.com


Customized Smith & Wesson 3000 used in Miami Vice.
Tubbs aiming his custom Smith & Wesson 3000 in "Viking Bikers from Hell".
Tubbs with his Smith & Wesson 3000 in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Franchi SPAS-12

Several police officers and SRT members use Franchi SPAS-12 shotguns in "Cuba Libre" and "Viking Bikers from Hell". Reb Gustafson (Reb Brown) also uses a SPAS-12 with nickel plated parts in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Franchi SPAS-12 with stock folded and butt-hook removed- .12 ga
Reb Gustafson (Reb Brown) fires a Franchi SPAS-12 at the SRT members in "Viking Bikers from Hell".
Reb Gustafson takes cover from the SRT members.
An SRT member aims his Franchi SPAS-12 in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Mossberg 500

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

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Prison guard Keller (Laurence Fishburne) holding a Mossberg 500 in "Walk-Alone".
Keller aims his Mossberg 500 at Lt. Castillo before being subdued by Tubbs in "Walk-Alone".
A DEA agent holding his Mossberg 500 in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?"
A hitman working for Orrestes Pedrosa fires his Mossberg 500 at Klaus Herzog in "Heroes of the Revolution".

Remington 870

Several SRT members use Remington 870s in "Cuba Libre" and "Viking Bikers from Hell". They are all equipped with extended magazine tubes.

Remington 870 Police Magnum customized with extended magazine tube - 12 Gauge
An SRT member aiming his Remington 870 in "Viking Bikers from Hell".
An SRT member with his Remington 870 in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Mossberg 500 Bullpup

Switek (Michael Talbott) and Zito (John Diehl) are seen wielding Mossberg 500 Bullpups in "Walk-Alone" and "Better Living Through Chemistry".

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Switek holds his Mossberg 500 Bullpup on two corrupt prison guards in "Walk-Alone".
Zito holds his Mossberg 500 Bullpup during the climax of "Walk-Alone".

Double Barrel Shotgun

Tubbs uses a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun in "The Afternoon Plane".

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Tubbs loads up his shotgun.
Tubbs in action with his shotgun.
A shotgun is rigged up to fire when a door opens in "Red Tape".

Winchester 1300 "Defender"

Steve Duddy (John Glover) uses a chrome Winchester 1300 "Defender" in "Lend Me an Ear".

Winchester 1300 "Defender" - 12 Gauge
Duddy removes his Winchester 1300 from its case.
Duddy aiming his Winchester 1300.
Duddy fires his Winchester 1300.

Sawn off Double Barrel Shotgun

A drug dealer uses a Sawn off Double Barrel Shotgun when the DEA agents try to rip them off in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?"

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A drug dealers draws his shotgun hidden a car in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?"
The business end of the shotgun.

Sub-Machine Guns

IMI Uzi

Several characters use IMI Uzis throughout the season.

IMI Uzi - 9x19mm
An assassin holding his IMI Uzi in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".
The assassin aims his IMI Uzi at Sean Carroon (Liam Neeson) in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".
Bunny Berrigan (Paul Gleason) holding his IMI Uzi in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".
Bunny frantically fires his IMI Uzi at the police helicopter in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".
The mercenary on the left is armed with an IMI Uzi in "Stone's War".
The mercenary holds his IMI Uzi in "Stone's War".
One of Mendez's thugs loads up his IMI Uzi in "El Viejo".
One of Kenneth Togaru's thugs with an Uzi in "By Hooker by Crook"
Another view of the Uzi.
(left) A DEA agent fires an IMI Uzi in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?".
One of Don Gallego's thugs with an Uzi in "Everybody's in Show Biz".

Thompson Submachine Gun

During a flashback to the 1930s, several criminals fire Thompson Submachine Guns at Jake Pierson (Willie Nelson) and his partner in "El Viejo".

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The thug holding his Tommy Gun while taking cover behind a car.
The thug aims his Tommy Gun at Jake Pierson and his partner.
The thug fires his Tommy Gun.

MAC-10

Arzola (Timmy Cappello) uses a MAC-10 to kill a guard in "Theresa". Leon Wolf (Vincent D'Onofrio), Xavier Calderone (Antone Pagona), and Orlando Calderone (John Leguizamo) all use MAC-10s with custom flash hider when they attempt to kill Tubbs in "The Afternoon Plane". At one point in the episode, Alicia Austin (Maria McDonald) takes one and holds it one Orlando. One of the MAC-10's with custom flash hider and stock was used in the film RoboCop. Alexander Dykstra (Yorgo Voyagis) uses a MAC-10 at the end of "Lend Me an Ear". Several MAC-10s are also used in "Everybody's in Show Biz".

MAC-10 - .45ACP
Arzola (Timmy Cappello) executes a guard with a MAC-10 in "Theresa".
Xavier Calderone shows Leon Wolf the MAC-10's they'll be using to take care of Tubbs in "The Afternoon Plane".
Leon Wolf (Vincent D'Onofrio) and Xavier Calderone (Antone Pagona) kill a police officer with their MAC-10's.
Leon Wolf (Vincent D'Onofrio) with his MAC-10 as they search for Tubbs.
Alicia Austin (Maria McDonald) holds a MAC-10 on Orlando Calderone.
Orlando Calderone (John Leguizamo) fires his MAC-10 at Tubbs.
Alexander Dykstra (Yorgo Voyagis) with a MAC-10 as he searches for Steve Duddy in "Lend Me an Ear".
Several MAC-10's are seen in "Everybody's in Show Biz".

Micro Uzi

Several characters throughout the series use Micro Uzis.

Micro Uzi - 9x19mm
Kenneth Togaru (George Takei) comes in firing his Micro Uzi...
but is shot by Christine von Marburg in "By Hooker by Crook".
A DEA agent holding his Micro Uzi in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?"
A DEA agent is shot with his Micro Uzi drawn in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?"

Cobray M11/9

A DEA agent uses a Cobray M11/9 in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?".

SWD M11/9 SMG with folding stock 9x19mm
A DEA agent with a Cobray M11/9 as they rip-off a drug dealer.
(right) A DEA agent fires a Cobray M11/9.

Smith & Wesson M76

Toad (Sonny Landham) uses a Smith & Wesson M76 in the shootout with the SRT members in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Smith & Wesson M76 - 9mm‎
Smith & Wesson M76 with stock extended - 9mm‎
Toad fires the Smith & Wesson M76.
Toad before being shot by the SRT members.

Rifles

M16

One of the arms dealers uses an M16 in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".

A M16 with a birdcage flash hider and 20 round magazine.
An arms dealer holds his M16 in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".

Norinco Type 56-1

Several Nicaraguan soldiers use Norinco Type 56-1 rifles in "Stone's War", trying 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.

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.
The Nicaraguan soldier in the middle runs with his Norinco Type 56-1 in "Stone's War".
Another Nicaraguan soldier fires his Norinco Type 56-1 in "Stone's War".

CAR-15 SMG

An SRT member 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 "Cuba Libre". 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.

CAR-15 SMG
The SRT member on the right aims his CAR-15 SMG in "Cuba Libre".

IMI Galil SAR

Two of the Cuban rebels are seen using IMI Galil SARs in "Cuba Libre". Several SRT members also use Galil SARs in "Viking Bikers from Hell". The Galil SARs used in this season are the 7.62mm versions. Hence the straight magazines.

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Cuban rebel training with his IMI Galil SAR.
Another Cuban rebel armed with an IMI Galil SAR while searching for Tubbs.
The Cuban rebel fires his IMI Galil SAR at SRT members in "Cuba Libre".
An SRT member aiming his IMI Galil SAR in "Viking Bikers from Hell".
Another SRT member aims his IMI Galil SAR in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

FN L1A1

The British troops seen in the archive footage during the opening scene in "When Irish Eyes are Crying" are armed with FN L1A1 rifles.

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A British soldier holds his L1A1 rifle as he lines up prisoners.
British soldiers run down the street with their L1A1 rifles.
A British soldier holding his L1A1 rifle.
Two British soldiers hold their L1A1 rifles on a group of prisoners.

Colt Model 733

Lt. Castillo (Edward James Olmos) uses a Colt Model 733 during the climax of "When Irish Eyes are Crying". Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas) and a US soldier uses them in "Baby Blues" (the soldier's is equipped with an M203 grenade launcher). Several Cuban rebels use them in "Cuba Libre". A DEA agent is seen with one in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?". Two bikers use one (fitted with a M203 grenade launcher) in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Colt Model 733 SMG - 5.56x45mm. Note that the Colt Model 733 has the A1E1 upper receiver (A1 rear sights, but has a brass deflector, like the Model 715 or any of the Canadian M16s)
A Colt Model 733 is seen on top of the ammunition box in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".
Lt. Castillo holding his Colt Model 733 in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".
Lt. Castillo fires his Colt Model 733 at the arms dealers from a police helicopter.
Tubbs holds a Colt Model 733 in "Baby Blues".
A soldier behind Tubbs holds his Colt M733 with an M203 grenade launcher in "Baby Blues".
Cuban rebel at the ready with his Colt Model 733.
Another rebel with a Colt Model 733 slung on his back before firing his M72 law at the limo Crockett was driving.
The rebel fires his Colt Model 733 at Crockett and Tubbs after the rocket failed to hit the limo.
A DEA agent with a Colt 733 in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?"
Lascoe (John Matuszak) fires his Colt 733 at the SRT members in "Viking Bikers from Hell". John Matuszak is best know for his role as Sloth in The Goonies. He was a former NFL payer and won 2 Super Bowls with the Raiders.
Reb Gustafson (Reb Brown) fires the grenade from launcher in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Norinco Type 56

Several Nicaraguan soldiers are armed with Norinco Type 56s in the opening scene in "Stone's War".

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The Nicaraguan soldier on the right is running with his Norinco Type 56 in "Stone's War".
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A Nicaraguan soldier lies dead next to his Norinco Type 56 in "Stone's War".

Maadi ARM

Several Nicaraguan soldiers are armed with Maadi ARM rifles in "Stone's War".

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A Nicaraguan soldier fires his Maadi ARM in "Stone's War".
The Nicaraguan soldier takes cover with his Maadi ARM in "Stone's War".
A Nicaraguan soldier lies wounded next to his Maadi ARM in "Stone's War".

Bushmaster XM 15 "V-Match"

One of the Nicaraguan soldiers is armed with a Bushmaster XM 15 "V-Match" mocked up to look like an M16A1 in "Stone's War". It is identified as a Bushmaster by its long, smooth handguard.

Bushmaster XM 15 "V-Match" - 5.56x45mm
The mercenary on the left fires his Bushmaster XM 15 "V-Match" mocked up as an M16A1.

LaFrance Specialties M16K

Several of Mendez's thugs uses LaFrance Specialties M16Ks in "El Viejo".

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One of Mendez's thugs holding his LaFrance Specialties M16K.
A disassembled LaFrance Specialties M16K conviently lays in a briefcase. Very clever.
One of Mendez's thugs holds the lower receiver of his LaFrance Specialties M16K.
Mendez's thug attaches the upper receiver of his LaFrance Specialties M16K to its lower receiver.
The LaFrance Specialties M16K is fully attached.
Mendez's thug fires his LaFrance Specialties M16K at Crockett and Tubbs. See Trivia as to why Crockett is driving the Ferrari Daytona Spyder in this episode.
The thug fires his LaFrance Specialties M16K.

Armscor M16 22 (M-1600)

Several Cuban rebels use Armscor M16 22 (M-1600)s, a .22 LR version of the M16, in "Cuba Libre".

Armscor (Squires Bingham of the Philippines) M16 22 rifle - .22 LR. Sometimes sold as the M-1600
A Cuban rebel training with an Armscor M16 22 in "Cuba Libre".
Another Cuban rebel with an Armscor M16 22. (lower left)

Colt 9mm SMG (Colt Model R0635)

A DEA agent uses a Colt 9mm SMG in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?". An SRT member also uses a Colt 9mm SMGs in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Colt 9mm SMG aka (Colt Model R0635) - 9x19mm
A DEA agent holds his Colt 9mm SMG on Tubbs in "Knock, Knock, Who's There?"
An SRT member with a Colt 9mm SMG in "Viking Bikers from Hell".
The SRT member fires his Colt 9mm SMG.

Winchester Model 70

Several SRT members use Winchester Model 70s with camouflage paint schemes in "Walk-Alone" and "Cuba Libre".

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Two SRT members with their Winchester Model 70s in "Cuba Libre".

M1 Carbine

One of the mercenaries uses an M1 Carbine during the opening scene in "Stone's War".

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The mercenary on the right fires his M1 Carbine.

Remington Model 7400

Reb Gustafson (Reb Brown) uses a Remington Model 7400 in "Viking Bikers from Hell".

Remington Model 7400
Reb attaches a sling to his rifle for steadier aim.
Reb gets his rifle ready.
Reb fires his rifle.

Other

M60 machine gun

Several characters are seen using M60 machine guns throughout the season.

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The mercenary on the right is holding an M60 in "Stone's War".

FIM-43 Redeye

An FIM-43 Redeye is also used by IRA arms dealer Eddie Kaye (Jeff Fahey) in "When Irish Eyes are Crying", notably using one to destroy Crockett's beloved Ferrari Daytona Spyder. The standard sighting unit has been removed and replaced with a different cosmetic sight.

FIM-43 Redeye - 70mm
Eddie Kaye aims his Redeye at Crockett's Ferrari in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".
Kaye fires his Redeye.
Another shot of Kaye firing the Redeye.
Kaye lowers his Redeye after destroying Crockett's beloved Ferrari.

Browning M1919

A Browning M1919 is seen in front of the arms dealers when meeting with Crockett and Tubbs in "When Irish Eyes are Crying". Two Cuban rebels are seen carrying one in "Cuba Libre".

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A Browning M1919 is seen in front of the arms dealers.
Rebels carrying a Browning M1919.

M2 Mortar

An M2 Mortar is seen when Crockett and Tubbs meet with the arms dealers in "When Irish Eyes are Crying". Nicaraguan soldiers also use them in "Stone's War".

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An M2 Mortar is seen on the left in "When Irish Eyes are Crying".
A Nicaraguan soldier loads a mortar shell into an M2 Mortar in "Stone's War".
An M2 Mortar is seen in the center in "Stone's War".

M72 LAW

Two Cuban rebels use a M72 LAW in "Cuba Libre".

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A rebel test firing a M72 LAW.
Clearer shot of the M72 LAW.
A rebel aims his M72 LAW at the limo Crockett was driving.
The rebel fires his M72 LAW at the limo.

Trivia

In what seems to be the worst continuity error ever. Crockett is seen driving his Ferrari Daytona Spyder in "El Viejo" episode 7 of season 3. Despite the Daytona Spyder being blow up in "When Irish Eyes Are Crying" episode 1 of season 3. The reason for this is "El Viejo" was the original premiere episode of the season 3. But the producer felt "When Irish Eyes Are Crying" made for a better opening for season 3. Ironically, the reason for this switch is because they thought the Daytona being blown to bits would be better suited for the season premiere.
Real Ferrari Testarossa.
During stunts where the real Ferrari Testarossa could be badly damaged, a stunt car would be used. The stunt car was a De Tomaso Pantera with a Testarossa body kit.


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