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Numb3rs (2005-2010)

Numb3rs was a crime procedural series that aired for six seasons on CBS from 2005 to 2010. The series starred Rob Morrow as FBI Special Agent Don Eppes, the head of a special FBI crime unit in Los Angeles, who is assisted in solving cases by his genius brother, who sees clues hidden in the mathematical models he creates of the crime. Two of the executive producers of the series were Ridley Scott and Tony Scott.

The following weapons were used in the series Numb3rs:

Contents


Pistols

Glock 19

The Glock 19 is the sidearm carried by various FBI Agents in the series. Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) has a Glock 19 holstered in the series finale "Cause and Effect" (S6E16), where it is stolen and used in a series of vigilante murders. A Glock 19 also is seen in "The Mole" (S3E04).

Glock 19 9x19mm
The Glock 19 is drawn by Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) in "Rampage" (S2E21).
A Glock 19 is seen in "The Mole" (S3E04).
In "Scan Man" (S5E05), Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz) is seen firing what appears to be a Glock 19.
The Glock 19 is seen holstered on Don Eppes' belt in "Cause and Effect" (S6E16).

Glock 17 (Full Auto)

Ella Pierce (Ari Graynor) opens fire on the agents with a Glock 17 converted to full auto in "Tabu" (S4E08). There is also a brief glance on the Glock's slide, which doesn't appear to have a selector switch.

Glock 17 with extended magazine
Ella Pierce (Ari Graynor) opens fire on the agents with a Glock on full auto in "Tabu" (S4E08).
Ella Pierce (Ari Graynor) with the full auto Glock on full auto in "Tabu" (S4E08).

Glock 23

FBI Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) and FBI Special Agent David Sinclair (Alimi Ballard) both carry Glock 23s as their sidearms. If you look carefully in the episodes the slide is too short and so is the frame. Also in Season 4 episode 4 during the standoff in the elevator it is clearly marked as a Glock 23. Of note is the fact that Don always carries his Glock 23 in a chest holster attached to his bullet-resistant vest when going on raids. This is likely because it is easier to reach than his usual belt holster when wearing the vest.

Glock 23 .40 S&W
FBI Special Agent Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) with a Glock 23
Eppes (Rob Morrow) firing his Glock 23
Eppes (Rob Morrow) with his Glock 23 drawn
Sinclair with his Glock 23
Glock 23 pulled by Sinclair.

Glock 27

The Glock 27 .40 S&W caliber pistol appears to be the service weapon carried by FBI Special Agent Nikki Betancourt (Sophina Brown) and former Agent Megan Reeves (Diane Farr). Damian Lake uses one in S05E15.

Glock 27 .40 S&W
Megan Reeves (Diane Farr) draws her Glock in "In Plain Sight" (S2E08).
Megan Reeves (Diane Farr) draws her Glock in "Rampage" (S2E21).
FBI Special Agent Nikki Betancourt (Sophina Brown) holds her Glock 27.

Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS appears in the series for the most part as the service pistol for members of the Los Angeles Police Department. Several criminals are seen armed with the handgun in the series as well.

Beretta 92FS 9x19mm
Lt. Gary Walker (Will Patton) opens fire with his Beretta 92FS on Russian mobsters in armored HMWWV in Season 2's "Backscatter" (S02E22).
Another view of Walker's Beretta from "Backscatter" (S02E22).
Dwayne Carter (Shawn Hatosy) pulls his 92FS on Colby Granger in Season 3's "The Mole" (S03E04).
A plainclothes LAPD Detective draws his 92FS on members of a death squad in Season 3's "Take Out" (S3E14).

Beretta 92FS Compact

A stainless steel Beretta 92FS Compact is used by drug smuggler Victor Morelos (Gonzalo Menendez) in Season 3's "Pandora's Box" (S03E19) to threaten an informant.

Beretta 92FS Compact 9x19mm
Victor Morelos (Gonzalo Menendez) threatens an informant with 92FS Compact in Season 3's "Pandora's Box" (S03E19).

Beretta 950 Jetfire

A Beretta 950 Jetfire is another weapon that Buck Winters is seen examining in "Arrow of Time" (S05E11).

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A Beretta 950 Jetfire is another weapon that Buck Winters is seen examining in "Arrow of Time" (S05E11).

Colt M1911A1

In "Spree" (S3E01), an M1911A1 is used by Crystal Hoyle (Kim Dickens). In "Graphic" (S4E09), a Colt M1911A1 is seen being pulled by a suspect on Eppes.

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In "Spree" (S3E01), an M1911A1 is used by Crystal Hoyle (Kim Dickens).
In "Graphic" (S4E09), a Colt M1911A1 is seen being pulled by a suspect.
In "Graphic" (S4E09), Eppes is threatened with the handgun. This appears to be a reversed shot.
In "Graphic" (S4E09), closeup of the hammer.

Desert Eagle

A stainless steel Desert Eagle is used by Kilo in Season 4's "Pay to Play" (S04E17). Buck Winters picks up what is described as a 50 caliber Desert Eagle in "Arrow of Time" (S05E11).

Desert Eagle .50 AE
Empty Desert Eagle in Season 4's "Pay to Play" (S04E17)
Buck Winters checks out the .50 caliber Desert Eagle in "Arrow of Time" (S05E11).

Heckler & Koch P7M8

A Heckler & Koch P7M8 is pulled by a kidnapper in Season 1's "Prime Suspect" (S01E05).

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Kidnapper about to fire a Heckler & Koch P7M8 at Don Eppes in Season 1's "Prime Suspect".

Heckler & Koch P7M13

A Heckler & Koch P7M13 is picked up by a kidnapper before being taken down by Agent Granger in Season 2's "Better or Worse" (S02E02).

Heckler & Koch P7M13
Kidnapper tries to pick up his H&K P7M13 before Colby Granger takes him down in Season 2's "Better or Worse" (S02E02).

Heckler & Koch USP (Two-tone)

Special Agent Rachel Willons (Teri Polo) of the California Bureau of Investigation is armed with a two-tone Heckler & Koch USP in Season 3's "Nine Wives" (S03E12).

Heckler & Koch USP .45 ACP with two-tone finish
CBI Special Agent Rachel Willons (Teri Polo) fires her two-tone USP at armed polygamists in Season 3's "Nine Wives" (S03E12).

Heckler & Koch USP

One of the shooters in "Dark Matter" (S02E19) uses what appears to be a Heckler & Koch USP. Colby Granger and Dwayne Carter appears to be using USP pistols in the Season 4 premiere "Trust Metric".

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One of the shooters in "Dark Matter" (S02E19) uses what appears to be a Heckler & Koch USP.
Dwayne Carter (Shawn Hatosy) holds the USP in "Trust Metric" (S4E01).

Makarov PM

In "All's Fair" (S02E18), a suspect is seen with what appears to be a Makarov PM.

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In "All's Fair" (S02E18), a suspect is seen with what appears to be a Makarov PM.
Pulling the Makarov.
Sideview of the Makarov.

Smith & Wesson Model 659

A Smith & Wesson 659 is held by kidnapper Paul Ballard (Jamie McShane) when holding the little girl hostage in Season 1's "Prime Suspect" (S01E05).

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A Smith & Wesson 659 is held by kidnapper Paul Ballard (Jamie McShane) when holding the little girl hostage in Season 1's "Prime Suspect" (S01E05).

SIG-Sauer P226

FBI Special Agent Colby Granger's initial service weapon is a SIG-Sauer P226 before changing to the Springfield Armory Custom TRP and then finally to the Smith & Wesson PC 945.

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Special Agent Colby Granger (Dylan Bruno) drawing his SIG-Sauer P226 in "Calculated Risk" (S2E04).
Another view of Granger's P226 that he holds on a suspect in "Calculated Risk" (S2E04).
Granger with the SIG fitted with a green aiming laser in "Hangman" (S6E01).

SIG-Sauer P228

Special Agent Ian Edgerton (Lou Diamond Phillips) carries a SIG-Sauer P228 as his service pistol and is seen pulling it in Season 2's "Toxin" (S02E09). BATF Special Agent Nikki Davis (Sandra Lindquist) carries a P228 in "Guns and Roses" (S02E20). There are two tone versions used in season 4 (episodes 2 and 10).

SIG-Sauer P228 9x19mm
Special Agent Ian Edgerton (Lou Diamond Phillips) pulls the SIG-Sauer P228 in Season 2's "Toxin" (S02E09).
Davis' P228 is found on a bed in "Guns and Roses" (S02E20). Note that this is a reversed shot.
Two tone SIG-Sauer P228 - 9x19mm
Ben Blakely (Enrico Colantoni) holds a two tone SIG-Sauer P228 in "Chinese Box" (S04E10).

Smith & Wesson PC 945

FBI Special Agent Colby Granger switches to a Smith & Wesson PC 945 with a two-tone slide. Agent Granger switched to this pistol in "Trouble in Chinatown" (S05E13) and in a shootout while waiting on his takeout food with Agent Sinclair. Possibly a personal sidearm. Special Agent Ian Edgerton uses it in "Ultimatum" (S06E08).

Smith & Wesson Performance Center 945
Colby Granger firing PC 945 in "Trouble in Chinatown" (S05E13).

Springfield Armory M1911

Ray Till (Michael Hogan) is seen using what appears to be a Springfield Armory M1911 in Season 6's "Old Soldiers" (S06E10).

Springfield Armory Loaded M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Ray Till (Michael Hogan) is seen using what appears to be a Springfield Armory M1911 in Season 6's "Old Soldiers" (S06E10).
Ray Till's 1911 on the bar counter.

Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol

FBI Special Agent Colby Granger's main service pistol is a .45 ACP Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol, which indicates he is SWAT/HRT (Hostage Rescue Team) qualified, since only SWAT/HRT qualified FBI agents are authorized to carry that weapon on duty.

Springfield Armory Tactical Response Pistol .45 ACP
Granger (Dylan Bruno) with his Springfield Armory Custom TRP at the ready

Revolvers

Ruger Vaquero

A Ruger Vaquero with adjustable sights is used by disgruntled rancher Bob McHugh (Connor Trinneer) in Season 2's "Toxin" (S02E09). Analyzing the other frames of the current and proceeding scene, the weapon has a nickel or similar finish with wood grips. This also appears to be the revolver carried by Abner Stone (W. Earl Brown) in "Nine Wives" (S3E12).

Ruger Vaquero
Disgruntled rancher Bob McHugh (Connor Trinneer) holds the Ruger at Megan Reeves as seen through a sniper scope in Season 2's "Toxin" (S02E09).
McHugh with the Ruger in Season 2's "Toxin".
This also appears to be the revolver carried by Abner Stone (W. Earl Brown) in "Nine Wives" (S3E12).

Smith & Wesson Model 66

What appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 66 is used by Russian roulette players at the beginning of "7 Men Out" (S6E03).

Smith & Wesson Model 66
Russian roulette player about to pull the trigger in "7 Men Out" (S6E03).

Smith & Wesson Model 629 (2.5 inch barrel)

What appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 629 with a 2.5 inch barrel is pulled in "Calculated Risk" (S2E04).

3" barreled Smith & Wesson Model 629
What appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 629 with a 2.5 inch barrel is pulled in "Calculated Risk" (S2E04).

Smith & Wesson Model 625

A suspect is seen picking up a Smith & Wesson Model 625 in Season 2's "The O.G." (S02E12).

Smith & Wesson Model 625
Suspect picking up Model 625 in Season 2's "The O.G." (S02E12).

Smith & Wesson Model 686

A Smith & Wesson Model 686 is another weapon that Buck Winters is seen examining in "Arrow of Time" (S05E11).

Smith & Wesson Model 686
A Smith & Wesson Model 686 is another weapon that Buck Winters is seen examining in "Arrow of Time" (S05E11).

Dan Wesson Revolver

A Dan Wesson snub revolver is used by John Buckley (Fisher Stevens) in "Jacked" (S5E12).

Dan Wesson Model 15 with 2.5inch barrel, early model - .357 Magnum
A Dan Wesson snub revolver is used by John Buckley (Fisher Stevens) in "Jacked" (S5E12).

Submachine Guns

FN P90

Several FN P90's appear being used by Chinese thugs in "Trouble in Chinatown" (S5E13), a Mexican death squad in "Take Out" (S3E14), and bank robbers in "Friendly Fire" (S6E02).

FN P90 5.7x28mm
FN P90 slung across the chest of a Mexican death squad member in "Take Out" (S3E14).
Over the shoulder view in "Take Out" (S3E14).

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

Several Heckler & Koch MP5A2's, fitted with Surefire dedicated forend weaponlights, appear being used by several FBI Special Agents in tactical gear before the switch to the MP5A3 w/RIS described below. In Season 2's "In Plain Sight" (S02E08), an agent can be seen carrying an MP5A2 with mag inserted in the wrong direction! - how did they even manage to clip it in?

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 9x19mm with Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight
The FBI SWAT agent on the far right holds an MP5A2 in "Uncertainty Principle" (S1E02).
Colby opens fire on a kidnapper with the MP5A2 w/Surefire 628 in "Better or Worse" (S2E02).
Colby with MP5A2 w/Surefire 628 slung across his chest in "Better or Worse" (S2E02).
In Season 2's "In Plain Sight" (S2E08), the agent on the left can be seen carrying an MP5A2 with mag inserted in the wrong direction! (How did they even manage to clip it in?)

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Several Heckler & Koch MP5A3's appear being used by several FBI Special Agents in tactical gear and private security guards. In "Friendly Fire" (S6E02), the Agents' MP5A3's are fitted with RIS handguards mounting vertical foregrips & Surefire Universal weaponlights. David can be seen using one that also features a UMP-style folding stock.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3
The FBI SWAT agent in the center holds an MP5A2 in "Uncertainty Principle" (S1E02).
Private security guard with standard MP5A3 in "Money for Nothing" (S3E23).
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with RIS
An FBI agent firing on bank robbers with MP5A3 w/RIS forearm, Surefire Universal weaponlight, vertical foregrip, & EOTech red dot sight in "Friendly Fire" (S6E02).
David Sinclair with an MP5A3 w/RIS forearm & vertical grip and folding stock in "Friendly Fire" (S6E02).

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Several Heckler & Koch MP5K's appear to be used by con men posing as hostage takers in "Con Job" (S06E09). Also used in "The Fifth Man" (S05E20).

Heckler & Koch MP5K 9x19mm
Several Heckler & Koch MP5K's appear to be used by con men posing as hostage takers in "Con Job" (S06E09).

Heckler & Koch UMP

A Heckler & Koch UMP is used by a hijacker in "Jacked" (S05E12) and a female bank robber in "Friendly Fire" (S06E02).

Heckler & Koch UMP .45 ACP
Female bank robber firing her UMP out a window at FBI in "Friendly Fire" (S06E02).

IMI Micro Uzi

A Micro Uzi is used by domestic terrorists in "Tabu" (S04E08).

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A Micro Uzi is used by domestic terrorists in "Tabu" (S04E08).

IMI Uzi

Ella Pierce brandishes a full-size Uzi during a shootout in "Tabu" (S04E08).

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Ella Pierce firing an Uzi out a window at the FBI in "Tabu" (S04E08).

Ingram MAC-10

The MAC-10 is seen used by suspects in several episodes. A MAC-10 is found in Warren Wells' computer store in "Assassin" (S02E05). The MAC-10 also is used by school shooters in "Dark Matter" (S02E19) and domestic terrorists in "Tabu" (S04E08).

MAC-10 .45 ACP
Student firing on classmates with a MAC-10 in "Dark Matter" (S02E19).
A domestic terrorist firing his MAC-10 out a window at FBI in "Tabu" (S04E08).

Steyr SPP

A Steyr SPP is used by counterfeiters/armed robbers in "Counterfeit Reality" (S01E07) and a Chinese thug in "Trouble in Chinatown" (S05E13). It is modified to fire full-automatic in lieu of using the Steyr TMP. As a trivia note: no Steyr SPP was ever factory made in full auto configuration. It was strictly a civilian market semiautomatic pistol. Various SPP pistols have been converted (after the fact) to full auto fire for movie armories and law enforcement samples.

Steyr SPP 9x19mm
An armed robber brandishes a Steyr SPP in surveillance video in "Counterfeit Reality" (S01E07). In the episode, the FBI Agents mistakenly identify it as the Steyr TMP, though it is obviously the SPP, due to the glaringly missing foregrip.
A Chinese thug opens fire with a Steyr SPP in "Trouble in Chinatown" (S05E13).

Shotguns

Daewoo USAS-12

A Daewoo USAS-12 is used by the Operation Condor assassin in "Assassin" (S02E05).

USAS-12
David Sinclair holding a intelligence photo of the weapon in "Assassin" (S02E05).

Mossberg 500 Tactical

A Mossberg 500 Tactical Shotgun is used by Colby Granger during the final shootout in "Arm in Arms" (S06E12).

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Colby Granger firing from cover in "Arm in Arms" (S06E12).

Mossberg 500 Cruiser

Yuri Koverchenko uses a Mossberg 500 Cruiser in "Backscatter" (S2E22). Buck Winters (David Gallagher) also uses a Mossberg 500 Cruiser in "Spree" (S3E01). Also used in "Scan Man" (S5E05).

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Yuri Koverchenko uses a Mossberg 500 Cruiser in "Backscatter" (S2E22).
Buck Winters (David Gallagher) uses a Mossberg 500 Cruiser in "Spree" (S3E01).
The Mossberg 500 Cruiser as seen in "Scan Man" (S5E05).
Mossberg 500 Cruiser in "Scan Man" (S5E05).

Serbu Super Shorty

One of the members of the robbery crew known as the Charm School Boys uses the Serbu Super Shorty shotgun in Season 1's "Uncertainty Principle" (S01E02).

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One of the Charm School Boys uses the Serbu Super Shorty shotgun in Season 1's "Uncertainty Principle" (S01E02).

Remington 870 Sawed-off

A meth dealer shoots a round off with short barrel Remington 870 after getting shot in Season 2's "In Plain Sight" (S02E08).

Remington 870 Witness Protection - 12 Gauge
A meth dealer shoots a round off with short barrel Remington 870 after getting shot in Season 2's "In Plain Sight" (S02E08).

Stevens Model 620 Sawed-off

In "Judgment Call" (S2E01), an assassin shoots a judge's wife with a sawed-off Stevens Model 620 Shotgun.

Stevens Model 620 (Standard riot length) - 12 gauge
In "Judgment Call" (S2E01), an assassin shoots a sawed-off Steven Model 620 Shotgun.

Assault Rifles

AKMS

An AKMS is used by an armed robber in the climatic firefight in "Guns and Roses" (S02E20).

AKMS 7.62x39mm
Armed robber with an AKMS in "Guns and Roses" (S02E20).

AKMSU

The AKMSU is used by a thug in "Scan Man" (S05E05).

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The AKMSU is used by a thug in "Scan Man" (S05E05).

AKS-74U

An AKS-74U is used by an armed robber in the climatic firefight in "Guns and Roses" (S2E20).

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The AKS74u is used by the bank robber on the right to provide suppressive fire against FBI in "Guns and Roses" (S2E20). Note the typical folded stock of the AKS74u on the left side of the gun.

Colt M16A1

An M16A1 rifle fitted with A2 handguards was used by a cultist in "Nine Wives" (S03E12).

M16A1 5.56x45mm with A2 handguards
A polygamist firing on FBI with his M16A1 fitted with the A2 handguard in "Nine Wives" (S03E12).

Colt Model 733

A Colt Model 733 was used by a corrupt BATF agent in an armed robbery attempt at the end of "Guns and Roses" (S02E20).

Colt Model 733 5.56x45mm
Corrupt BATF agent using his Colt Model 733 to execute security guards in "Guns and Roses" (S2E20).

MGC CAR-15

An FBI SWAT agent on the left holds what appears to be a Colt Commando-type rifle in "Uncertainty Principle" (S1E02). Upon closer inspection, the rifle appears to be an MGC CAR-15 replica.

The MGC CAR-15 Assault rifle: Model Gun Corporation's XM177 offering. Interesting enough, MGC called their replica rifle the CAR-15 which was Colt's name for the civilian (non-military designation) rifle, rather than any of the names give by the U.S. Military. This replica rifle was built on the same MGC M16 receiver, however the buttstock was pot metal, not plastic and it did not telescope. Instead the makers of the gun split the difference and locked the non-adjustable stock into the 'half extended/half closed' position. This feature did not enamor replica gun collectors to the weapon and it did not sell well.
The FBI SWAT agent on the left holds a MGC CAR-15 replica in "Uncertainty Principle" (S1E02).

Colt M4A1

The M4A1 carbine is used by FBI/FBI SWAT agents in tactical situations, fitted with various accessories such as RIS foregrips, Surefire Universal weaponlights, and C-More & EOTech red dot sights.

M4A1 5.56x45mm with RIS foregrip and M68 Aimpoint red dot scope
Don Eppes (Rob Morrow) with the M4A1 w/Tactical Light in "Uncertainty Principle" (S1E02).
Don Eppes with the M4A1 in "Prime Suspect" (S1E05).
Eppes carries the M4A1 fitted with a weaponlight, vertical grip & scope in "Guns and Roses" (S2E20).
Colby Granger (Dylan Bruno) with an M4A1 with EOTech sight in "Robin Hood" (S4E05).


Heckler & Koch G36C

A Heckler & Koch G36C fitted with a RIS foregrip is used by an Asian gang member during the rescue of Colby Granger and Dwayne Carter in "Trust Metric" (S04E01). Also used by diamond theives in "High Exposure" (S05E01) and a bus hijacker in "Jacked" (S05E12). Also seen used in "Hangman" (S06E01

Heckler & Koch G36C 5.56x45mm with RIS foregrip
Asian gang member opens fire with the G36C in "Trust Metric" (S04E01). This particular episode was directed by executive producer Tony Scott.
In "Hangman" (S06E01), a G36C fitted with a scope and suppressor is seen.

Kel-Tec PLR-16 Pistol

A Kel-Tec PLR-16 Pistol is used by the kidnapping leader while taking his target, a little boy in "One Hour" (S3E17).

Kel-Tec PLR-16 - 5.56x45mm
PLR-16 slung across the back of the main kidnapper in "One Hour" (S3E17).

Norinco Type 56-1

A Norinco Type 56-1 is used by a disturbed parent to threaten LAPD/FBI in "The O.G." (S2E12).

Norinco Type 56-1 7.62x39mm
Type 56-1 on the floor in "The O.G." (S2E12).

Ruger Mini-14

A Ruger Mini-14 was used by a cultist in "Nine Wives" (S3E12).

Blued Ruger Mini-14 Standard Model Semiautomatic Rifle (Pre-2005) with 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
A polygamist holds a Ruger Mini-14 in "Nine Wives" (S3E12).

Valmet M76F

A Valmet M76F is used by an armed robber in the climatic firefight in "Guns and Roses" (S2E20).

Valmet M76F 5.56x45mm
Armed robber about to execute armored car security guard/driver with the Valmet rifle in "Guns and Roses" (S2E20).

Battle Rifles

BNT-35 (Fictional)

In "Arm in Arms" (S6E12), the team deals with a very dangerous rifle designated as a "BNT-35". The weapon is a high caliber rifle with its rounds able to pass straight through cars. The rifle appears to have been built from four different airsoft rifles, an SL8, a SCAR, an XM8, and an FAL. It has the H&K SL8's stock/pistol grip, the SCAR's upper receiver and barrel, which has been cut about half way between the charging handle and front sight, with the front section moved forward and down, the XM8's front handguard, the FAL's 20-round magazine, and various custom modifications to put it all together.

In "Arm in Arms" (S6E12), a technical readout of the BNT-35.
Side profile of the fictional BNT-35 while firing on Colby, Liz, and David in Season 6's "Arm in Arms" (S6E12).
Exploded chamber of BNT-35 in Season 6's "Arm in Arms" (S6E12). Note the "Classic Army" trademark on the SL8 stock.

Springfield Armory M1A

A Springfield Armory M1A with dark furniture and scope is used by the sniper in "Hangman" (S6E01) to shoot at the FBI agents in the park. While under fire, Agent Granger (Dylan Bruno) erroneously refers to the rifle as an "M1A1" (which is either the battlefield version of the Thompson M1 or the Paratrooper version of the M1 Carbine).

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In "Hangman" (S6E01), the Springfield M1A is seen abandoned, leaning against a tree for the agents to find.

Sniper Rifles

Smith & Wesson Model 1500

In "Toxin" (S2E9) Bill Yardley (Patrick O'Connell ) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 1500 Bolt Action Rifle with Scope.

Smith & Wesson Model 1500 Rifle - 7.62x51mm NATO. This rifle was manufactured by Howa of Japan for S&W for only 2 years (1981-1983) making it an uncommon rifle.
Bill Yardley (Patrick O'Connell ) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 1500 Bolt Action Rifle with Scope but Edgerton gets the drop on him. This looks to be the long action version. That version of the Model 1500 was chambered in 30-06, 270 Win., 7mm Rem. Mag. and 300 Win. Mag
Bill Yardley (Patrick O'Connell ) hides a Smith & Wesson Model 1500 Bolt Action Rifle on the floor of his car

Remington 700 AICS

In "Sniper Zero" (S1E09), Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz) is seen firing a Remington 700 fitted on an AICS in order to learn the human response after firing a sniper rifle.

Remington 700 in AICS 2.0 stock with Harris bipod and 10 round magazine - 7.62x51mm NATO
In "Sniper Zero" (S1E09), Charlie Eppes (David Krumholtz) with the rifle. Here the Remington bolt action is seen.
Charlie Eppes aiming down the sight at the range in "Sniper Zero" (S1E09).
Charlie Eppes showing the adrenal response after firing in "Sniper Zero" (S1E09).

Remington 700 (Choate Ultimate Sniper Stock)

A Remington 700 bolt action fitted in a Choate Ultimate Sniper Stock is viewed in the hands of Ian Edgerton (Lou Diamond Phillips) in "Sniper Zero" (S1E09).

Remington 700 with Choate Super Sniper Stock 7.62x51mm NATO
In "Sniper Zero" (S1E09), Ian Edgerton holds the Remington 700 fitted in a Choate Ultimate Sniper Stock.

Remington 700 PSS

A Remington Model 700PSS is used by Ian Edgerton (Lou Diamond Phillips) to kill the Private Investigator stalking a potential witness in Season 2's "Toxin" (S2E09).

Remington Model 700PSS .300 Win Mag with Harris bipod
Ian Edgerton (Lou Diamond Phillips) moving with the Remington Model 700PSS in Season 2's "Toxin" (S2E09).
Ian Edgerton holds the Remington.

Remington 700 SPS

The Remington 700 SPS rifle is used by David Sinclair and another agent to provide sniper cover during the climactic firefight in "Tabu" (S4E08).

David Sinclair about to fire the Remington 700SPS in "Tabu" (S4E08).

Knight's Armament SR-25

A Knight's Armament SR-25 is used by a kidnapper to provide sniper fire against the FBI in Season 3's "One Hour" (S3E17).

Knight's Armament SR-25 with Harris bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO
The KAC SR-25 is used by a kidnapper against the FBI in Season 3's "One Hour" (S3E17).

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Type 69 RPG Launcher

A Type 69 launcher is first used by a Charm School Boy member in Season 1's "Uncertainty Principle" (S1E02). The Type 69 launcher also is used by gangsters in order to free a prisoner in Season 4's "Trust Metric" (S4E01).

Chinese Type 69 - 40mm
A Type 69 launcher is first used by a Charm School Boy member in Season 1's "Uncertainty Principle" (S1E02).
The Type 69 launcher also about to be used by gangsters in order to free a prisoner in Season 4's "Trust Metric" (S4E01). Note that no warhead has been loaded in this launcher.
The launcher is used in "Trust Metric" (S4E01). Note that the weapon is discharged despite the lack of a warhead being loaded. (This episode was directed by Tony Scott, and a similar gaffe was made in his 2001 film Spy Game).

Mk 2 Hand Grenade

In "Two Daughters" (S3E02), Crystal Hoyle holds a Mk 2 hand grenade.

Mk 2 "Pineapple" High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
In "Two Daughters" (S3E02), Crystal Hoyle holds a Mk 2 hand grenade.



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