Midsomer Murders - Season 13

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Midsomer Murders
Midsomer Murders S13 Box.jpg
Country UKD.jpg UK
Channel ITV
Creator Caroline Graham
Brian True-May
Jo Wright
Genre Detective
Drama
Broadcast 2010 – 2011
Main Cast
Character Actor
Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby John Nettles
Joyce Barnaby Jane Wymark
Cully Barnaby Laura Howard
Sgt Benjamin Jones Jason Hughes
Doctor George Bullard Barry Jackson



The following weapons were used in Season 13 of the television series Midsomer Murders:


Contents


Revolvers

Single Action Army

Quick-Draw SAA

Blank firing replicas of Quick-Draw Single Action Army revolvers are seen in hands of various participants of Wild West show in "Blood on the Saddle" (S13E3), including Jack Fincher (David Rintoul) and Faye Lennox (Emma Cooke). In the final scene Det. Sgt. Ben Jones (Jason Hughes) loads one of these revolvers with a live .44-40 rifle cartridge and fires it (a technically impossible feat).

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model
Jack Fincher takes the revolver from Faye Lennox, saying "Never aim a gun at someone even if it is loaded with blanks".
Jack Fincher holds his SAA during the show.
A stuntman holds a SAA revolver.
The grip of Jack Fincher's revolver.
A close view at the revolver in Ben Jones' hand.
Jones holds a blank cartridge.
Jones fires the blank loaded revolver.
Another view at Jones' revolver.

In the final scene Adam Burbage (Daniel Ryan), finally going insane, imagines himself as Billy the Kid and Tom Barnaby as Wyatt Earp. "Wyatt Earp" (also played by John Nettles) carries two nickel plated Quick-Draw SAA revolvers with pearl grips.

The pearl grip of "Wyatt Earp"'s revolver.
"Wyatt Earp" fires both his revolvers.

Cavalry SAA

Adam Burbage (Daniel Ryan) carries a Cavalry Single Action Army revolver both during the Wild West show and in the showdown. His revolver fires live ammunition. Adam's revolver is incorrectly called "Buntline" in one scene.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 7.5" barrel known as the "Cavalry" model.
Adam Burbage fires his revolver, loaded with blanks, during the Wild West show.
Adam Burbage fires his revolver in the showdown.
Adam Burbage with his revolver in the flashback scene.
The grip of Burbage's revolver.

Pistols

Wheellock Pistol

Two Wheellock Pistols are seen in the showcase of the antiques shop in S13E1 "The Sword of Guillaume".

Wheellock pistol
Two wheellock pistols at the bottom right. The pistol in bottom left are seems to be percussion, but it's only guess, due it's seems very unclear.

Shotguns

Double Barreled Side by Side Shotgun

Double barreled side by side shotguns are seen in many episodes, either for hunting or murder.

Samuel Buckley & Company/Anson & Deeley Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge
Leo Fincher (Richard Harrington) fires his shotgun during the chase after Dan Malko's car in "Blood on the Saddle" (S13E3).
Det. Sgt. Ben Jones finds a shotgun in Leo Fincher's car in "Blood on the Saddle" (S13E3).

Single Barreled Shotgun

In "The Sword of Guillaume" (S13E1) Lady Matilda William (Janet Suzman) fires a Single Barreled Shotgun from the window of her estate.

Savage Model 220B - 20 gauge
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Lady Matilda William fires in "The Sword of Guillaume".

Rifles

Winchester Model 62A

Winchester Model 62A small caliber pump action rifles are seen in "Blood on the Saddle" (S13E3) when Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby (John Nettles) and Mrs. Barnaby (Jane Wymark) fire these rifles in the shooting range on Wild West show.

Winchester Model 62A - .22 LR
Tom Barnaby at the shooting range.
Joyce Barnaby examines the rifle.
She fires at a target, showing an unexpected marksmanship.
Tom Barnaby puts the rifle back.

Unidentified small caliber rifle

Another small caliber rifle is seen in hands of a man in the shooting range in "Blood on the Saddle" (S13E3).

The man next to Joyce Barnaby holds some small caliber rifle.

Unidentified pump action rifle

In the opening scene in "Blood on the Saddle" (S13E3) Jack Fincher (David Rintoul) carries a rifle. The moves of his hands when he readies the rifle shows that it's a pump action one.

Jack Fincher carries a rifle in the opening scene in "Blood on the Saddle".

Unidentified bolt action sniper rifles

An unidentified bolt action sniper rifle is also seen in "Blood on the Saddle" (S13E3).

An unidentified bolt action rifle with sniper scope is seen in Dan Malko's (Justin Avoth) trailer in "Blood on the Saddle" (S13E3).

Winchester Model 1873

A Winchester Model 1873 (supposedly an Uberti replica) is used by Adam Burbage (Daniel Ryan) in the showdown in "Blood on the Saddle" (S13E3). In one scene the bullet, fired from Adam's rifle, is identified by the police expert Dr. Bullard (Barry Jackson) as .44-40 caliber, and Bullard says that the most possible rifle that fired this bullet is "Winchester 73". "The gun that won the West", - replied Tom Barnaby.

Winchester Model 1873 carbine - 1st generation rifle - 44-40 Cal.
Uberti replica of a Winchester 1873 carbine
Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby (John Nettles) holds a .44-40 cartridge that he received in a letter.
Adam Burbage fires his Winchester. Note the sight that matches Uberti replica.
Another view at Burbage's rifle.
Adam Burbage loads his Winchester.
A close view at the rifle before the shot...
...and after the shot.

Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy"

A Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" is seen on the wall in Jack Fincher's house in "Blood on the Saddle" (S13E3).

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Carbine - .44 RF
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