|Chief Inspector John Barnaby
|Sgt Jamie Winter
|Doctor Kam Karimore
The following weapons were used in Season 19 of the television series Midsomer Murders:
Webley .38 Mk IV
In "The Village That Rose from the Dead" (S19E01) Blake Keswick (Christopher Colquhoun) holds the Webley .38 Mk IV while threatening Julian Lennard (Anthony Calf).
Webley Mk IV - .38 S&W. WWII production. Note words "War Finish" on the frame, under cylinder.
Keswick threatens Lennard with his revolver.
A good close view of the revolver.
Percussion Cap Pistol
What appears to be a kind of Percussion Dueling Pistol is seen on the wall of the pub in "Last Man Out" (S19E03).
Modern replica of Lepage percussion dueling pistol.
The old-fashioned pistol is seen on the wall at the left.
Double Barreled Side by Side Shotgun
In "Death by Persuasion" (S19E05) a mysterious person (the character isn't seen with the gun) uses a double barreled shotgun in assassination attempt during Jane Austen style weekend.
Samuel Buckley & Company/Anson & Deeley Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge
Four shotguns in stand. Two in center are side by side.
Double Barreled O/U Shotgun
Over and Under Shotguns are also seen in "Death by Persuasion" (S19E05).
Hartmann & Weiss over and under shotgun - 12 gauge
Four shotguns in stand. Two on the sides are O/U.
When Sgt Jamie Winter (Nick Hendrix) disarms Blake Keswick (Christopher Colquhoun), and the revolver falls on ground, it switches to a toy cap gun.
The toy revolver on ground.
In the opening scene in "The Village That Rose from the Dead" (S19E01) a victim is crushed to death by FV433 Abbot SPG.
The Abbot on the place of murder.
Another view of the armored vehicle.