Person of Interest - Season 1

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Person of Interest - Season 1
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Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Channel CBS
Genre Crime, Drama
Broadcast 2011 - 2012
No. of Episodes 23
Main Cast
Character Actor
John Reese James Caviezel
Harold Finch Michael Emerson
Det. Joss Carter Taraji P. Henson
Det. Lionel Fusco Kevin Chapman



The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Person of Interest:


Contents


SPOILERS.jpg WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!

Pistols

SIG-Sauer P226R

John Reese (Jim Caviezel) uses a SIG-Sauer P226R as his sidearm throughout the show. He acquired it in "Pilot" (S1E01), after taking it from a mobster during an illegal arms purchase. Reese takes the handgun along with some other weapons and keeps them for himself.

SIG-Sauer P226R - 9x19mm
A mobster taking aim with the P226R in "Pilot" (S1E01).
Reese firing the P226R at the assassin after being hurled outside the laundromat in "Ghosts" (S1E02).
Reese searching an apartment with the P226R drawn in "Judgment" (S1E05).
Reese with the suppressed P226R in "Judgment" (S1E05).
Reese holding the corrupt banker hostage in "Judgment" (S1E05)
The P226R held by Reese in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).
Reese engaging Intelligence Support Activity agents with SIG while protecting Henry Peck (Jacob Pitts) in "No Good Deed" (S1E22).

SIG "Non Gun"

In some scenes, the SIG "Non Gun" is used.

SIG-Sauer Non Gun
Reese is threatened by one of Anton's men in "Pilot" (S1E01). Resse mentions that holding the pistol sideways like that means that it can't be aimed and the shell would eject right in the person's face. The pistol seen here is likely a non gun.
Reese holds the pistol in "Pilot" (S1E01).

SIG-Sauer P230

A SIG-Sauer P230 is used by Ashley in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20). The pistol is also seen in the hands of Fusco in the episode.

SIG-Sauer P230 - 9mm
Ashley after firing her P230 behind Tommy's back in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).
Ashley holds the P230 in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

Beretta 85F

A Beretta 85F is used by a rogue law firm employee (Alex Cranmer) in "Legacy" (S1E12). A nickel 85F is held by Finch (Michael Emerson) in "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19).

Beretta 84FS - .380 ACP
The law firm employee (Alex Cranmer) armed with the 85FS in "Legacy" (S1E12).
Beretta 84F - .380 ACP
Finch offers to use the 85F in "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19).

Beretta 92FS

In "The Fix" (S1E06), Samuel Douglas (Matt Servitto), a bodyguard working for Mark Lawson uses a Beretta 92FS as his sidearm. In "Legacy" (S1E12), Reese disarms an assassin who seemingly has a 92FS with him. In "Root Cause" (S1E13), Reese disarms a knocked out man named Teddy during a fight. In "Wolf and Cub" (S1E14), Darren McGrady aims the 92FS at a gangster before he was disarmed by Andre Wilcox (Malik Yoba), who then uses it. A gangster working with Vargas uses one in "Blue Code" (S1E15).

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
In "The Fix" (S1E06), Samuel Douglas (Matt Servitto), pulls his 92FS as Lieutenant Allan Gilmore (Jeff Wincott) looks on.
Not the best image, but the barrel does indicate that it's a 92FS. "Legacy" (S1E12)
In "Root Cause" (S1E13), Reese finds the 92FS holstered behind Teddy's back.
In "Wolf and Cub" (S1E14), Darren (Astro) aims the 92FS with his right hand.
A gangster fumbles with the 92FS while grabbing the sack of rice with a hidden stash of drugs inside in "Blue Code" (S1E15).

Beretta Px4 Storm

A gunman working under Elias is armed with a Beretta Px4 Storm when he takes Reese prisoner in "Baby Blue".

Beretta Px4 Storm - 9x19mm
The gunman aiming the Px4 Storm at Reese's temple.

CZ 52

Charlie Burton aka Carl Elias (Enrico Colantoni) wields a CZ 52 in "Witness" (S1E07).

Czech CZ 52 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Charlie Burton aka Carl Elias (Enrico Colantoni) aiming the CZ 52 at John and the tied up Russian mobster in "Witness" (S1E07).

Colt Gold National Match Enhanced

Reese takes a stainless steel Colt Gold Cup National Match Enhanced after taking down a New York based Torero Cartel cell in "Cura Te Ipsum" (S1E04). He uses it near the end to intimidate Andrew Benton.

Colt Gold Cup National Match (Mark IV, Series 80) Enhanced with stainless steel finish and wraparound rubber grips - .45 ACP
The Gold Cup before Reese picked it up from the floor in "Cura Te Ipsum" (S1E04).
The GCNM Enhanced on the table near Reese's hands in "Cura Te Ipsum" (S1E04).

CZ 75 SP-01 Phantom

In "Ghosts" (S1E02), an assassin (Ritchie Coster) uses a CZ 75 SP-01 Phantom with and without suppressor. Undercover NYPD Detective Michael Cahill (Michael Aronov) uses one as his main sidearm in "Blue Code" (S1E15). An East European smuggler uses one as his weapon in "Baby Blue" (S1E17).

CZ 75 SP-01 Phantom - 9mm Luger
In "Ghosts" (S1E02), the SP-01 Phantom in the hands of the assassin (Ritchie Coster) while facing Reese in a laundromat.
Armed with the suppressed SP-01, the assassin preparing to kick the door in front of him in "Ghosts" (S1E02).
NYPD Detective Michael Cahill (Michael Aronov) holding the SP-01 Phantom to LOS's head in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
Cahill covers Vargas (José Zúñiga) with the SP-01 Phantom in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
The smuggler on the right fires the SP-01 Phantom in "Baby Blue" (S1E17). The smuggler on the left uses a two-tone Heckler & Koch USP.

TiSAS Zigana M16

In "Judgment" (S1E05), a SP-9 gangster is armed with what appears to be an TiSAS Zigana M16 pistol.

TiSAS Zigana M16 - 9x19mm
The gangster on the left holds the TiSAS Zigana M16 in "Judgment" (S1E05).

Solothurn ITM AT84S

In "Judgment" (S1E05), a SP-9 gangster is armed with a Solothurn ITM AT84S pistol.

Solothurn ITM AT84S with factory wood grips - 9x19mm
The gangster on the right holds the Solothurn ITM AT84S in "Judgment" (S1E05).

Desert Eagle Mark XIX

A Bulgarian gangster uses a chrome Desert Eagle Mark XIX in "Witness" (S1E07).

Desert Eagle Mark XIX with brushed chrome finish - .50 AE
The Desert Eagle Mark XIX as seen in "Witness" (S1E07).

FN Five-seveN

An FN Five-seveN is pulled on Finch (Michael Emerson) by Alicia Corwin (Elizabeth Marvel) in "Firewall" (S1E23).

FN Five-seveN - 5.7x28mm
Alicia Corwin (Elizabeth Marvel) holds the Five-seveN on Finch in "Firewall" (S1E23).
Alicia Corwin (Elizabeth Marvel) holds the Five-seveN in "Firewall" (S1E23).

Glock 17

The Glock 17 appears to be the sidearm carried by Det. Lionel Fusco (Kevin Chapman) throughout the remainder of Season 1. A few mobsters draw out Glocks when Reese interrupts the arms deal in "Pilot" (S1E01). One of the ex-soldiers turn robbers uses one during a bank robbery in "Mission Creep" (S1E03). A Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) agent (Lee Aaron Rosen) uses a Glock 17 in "Foe" (S1E08). In "Number Crunch" (S1E10), an assassin uses a suppressed Glock 17 before Reese disarms him. Mark Snow (Michael Kelly), a CIA agent, uses one in the same episode. An assassin is armed with a Glock 17 in "Root Cause" (S1E13).

Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Det. Lionel Fusco (Kevin Chapman) draws his Glock 17 in "Flesh and Blood" (S12E19).
Det. Lionel Fusco (Kevin Chapman) with his Glock 17 in "Flesh and Blood" (S12E19).
A mobster aiming the Glock 17 at Reese in "Pilot" (S1E01).
The masked robber with the Glock 17 in "Mission Creep" (S1E03).
Joey Durban (James Carpinello) holds the Glock in "Mission Creep" (S1E03).
The BND agent puts the Glock 17 to the back of Reese in "Foe" (S1E08).
Decent closeup of the Glock 17 in "Foe" (S1E08).
In "Number Crunch" (S1E10), Reese uses the door to disarm the suppressed Glock 17-wielding assassin.
In "Number Crunch" (S1E10), Mark Snow (Michael Kelly) draws his Glock as he searches for a wounded Reese.
Dropped Glock 17 in the bathroom when Reese fights the hired assassin in "Root Cause" (S1E13). This appears to be a rubber prop replica.
A Glock 17 is drawn by Mark Snow (Michael Kelly) in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).
Officer Simmons (Robert John Burke) opens fire with his Glock 17 in "Firewall" (S1E23).

Glock 17 (Converted to full auto)

In "Mission Creep" (S1E03), Reese is seen using a Glock 17 modified to fire full auto after discovering that his MP5K-PDW won't fire.

Glock 17 9x19mm with 33-round extended magazine
In "Mission Creep" (S1E03), Reese is seen using a Glock 17 modified to fire full auto after discovering that his MP5K-PDW won't fire.

Glock 19

In "Pilot" (S1E01), Reese (Jim Caviezel) takes a Glock 19 from a corrupt detective to use in a standoff. In "The Fix" (S1E06), a fixer acquires the Glock 19 and gives to a corrupt cop during a gala party. Reese disguised as an armored car guard is armed with the Glock 19 in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

Glock 19 3rd Gen - 9x19mm
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Reese (Jim Caviezel) aims the Glock at the corrupt NYPD detective Stills.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Reese (Jim Caviezel) on the right with the Glock 19 during a standoff.
In "The Fix" (S1E06), Zoe Morgan hands the Glock 19 back after "acquiring it" from the streets to Lieutenant Gilmore.
Reese disguised as an armored car guard is armed with the Glock 19 in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

Glock 22

A Glock 22 appears to be the weapon carried by Deputy US Marshal Brad Jennings (Jeremy Davidson) in "Many Happy Returns" (S1E21). Reese is seen threatening Jennings with this pistol.

Glock 22 - .40 S&W
Reese threatens Deputy US Marshal Brad Jennings (Jeremy Davidson) with the Marshal's own Glock 22 in "Many Happy Returns" (S1E21).
Using the pistol, Jennings threatens Sarah (Dagmara Dominczyk) in "Many Happy Returns" (S1E21).

Glock 26

A Glock 26 is the sidearm carried by Detective Joss Carter (Taraji P. Henson) throughout Season 1. In "Judgement" (S1E05), an SP-9 gangster (Pawel Szajda) fires a suppressed Glock 26 at Reese.

Glock 26 subcompact Pistol - 9x19mm.
Detective Joss Carter (Taraji P. Henson) carries a Glock 26 in her holster as seen in "Pilot" (S1E01).
Detective Carter with the Glock after doing the raid at the mob-owned underground casino in "Mission Creep" (S1E03).
In "Judgement" (S1E05), an SP-9 gangster (Pawel Szajda) firing a suppressed Glock 26 at Reese.
In "Get Carter" (S1E09), Detective Carter fires her Glock 26 at Hector Alvarez's incoming pickup.
Detective Carter after drawing out her Glock 26 in "Get Carter" (S1E09).
Carter fires her Glock at a gangster in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
Carter fires the Glock 26 at assassins in "Baby Blue" (S1E17).
In Season 1's finale "Firewall" (S1E23), Carter draws her Glock 26 as she confronts Fusco in the men's room.

Heckler & Koch P7M8

What appears to be a Heckler & Koch P7M8 is seen being cleaned by Reese in "Blue Code" (S1E15). This also appears to be weapon used by (Annie Parisse) in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

Heckler & Koch P7M8
What appears to be a Heckler & Koch P7M8 is seen being cleaned by Reese in "Blue Code" (S1E15).

Heckler & Koch P30

A Heckler & Koch P30 is used by a corrupt parole officer in "Legacy" (S1E12), which Reese uses to his advantage by pretending that he was a threat.

Heckler & Koch P30 - 9mm
A Heckler & Koch P30 is used by a corrupt parole officer in "Legacy" (S1E12). This photo is flipped around to better show the closeup of the P30.

Heckler & Koch USP Compact

Vargas (José Zuñiga) is armed with the Heckler & Koch USP Compact in "Blue Code" (S1E15). Detective Davison uses on in the same episode. Undercover NYPD detective Michael Cahill uses one to "kill" Reese in the same episode. A Heckler & Koch USP Compact also is used by an East European smuggler in "Baby Blue" (S1E17).

Heckler & Koch USP Compact - 9mm
Vargas (José Zuñiga) pretending to surrender in a kitchen in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
Vargas aiming the USP Compact at the head of the undercover NYPD officer after taking LOS hostage in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
Davidson (Reg E. Cathey) draws out his USP Compact after catching Fusco trying to eliminate confidential evidence in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
Cahill "kills" Reese with the USP Compact in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
The rear of the USP Compact in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
The smuggler threatening Reese with a Heckler & Koch USP Compact in "Baby Blue" (S1E17).

Heizer Defense DoubleTap

Caroline Turing, aka Root (Amy Acker) is armed with a Heizer Defense DoubleTap when she reveals herself to Finch in Season 1's finale "Firewall" (S1E23).

Heizer DoubleTap - 9mm Non-Ported
Seen at the top right, the DoubleTap is aimed at Alicia Corwin (Elizabeth Marvel) in Season 1's finale "Firewall" (S1E23).
Caroline Turing (Amy Acker) with her DoubleTap in Season 1's finale "Firewall" (S1E23).

Jericho 941 RPSL Semi-Compact

Reese holds a Jericho 941 RPSL Semi-Compact in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

Jericho 941 RPSL Semi-Compact - 9x19mm
Reese prepares the 941 RPSL in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).
Aiming the RPSL at Kara in China in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

Kahr K9 Stainless

A stainless Kahr K9 fitted with a suppressor is used by Sam Latimer (Ruben Santiago-Hudson) to assassinate the ex-soldiers involved in the evidence lock-up robbery in "Mission Creep" (S1E03).

Kahr K9 Stainless 9x19mm
A stainless Kahr K9 fitted with a suppressor is used by Sam Latimer (Ruben Santiago-Hudson) in "Mission Creep" (S1E03).
Straub (Keith Nobbs) is shot with the suppressed Kahr in "Mission Creep" (S1E03). Note that the pistol appears to have jammed.

P-64

Jarek Koska (Michael Cerveris), head of Szajka Pruszkow Dziewiec's (SP-9) New York branch, is armed with a Polish P-64, which he holds on the son of Judge Samuel Gates in "Judgment" (S1E05).

Polish P-64 9x18mm Makarov
Jarek Koska (Michael Cerveris) holds the P-64 at the boy's head in "Judgment" (S1E05).
The slide and the ejection port can be clearly seen in "Judgment" (S1E05).
The pistol barrel of the P-64 held by Jarek Koska (Michael Cerveris) in "Judgment" (S1E05).

Smith & Wesson 645

In "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19), one of Elias' goons draws out a Smith & Wesson 645 after Reese raids one of their hideouts.

Smith & Wesson 645 as used by Don Johnson in the series Miami Vice.
In "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19), an Elias henchman draws out his S&W.

Smith & Wesson 5946

Det. Lionel Fusco (Kevin Chapman) carries a Smith & Wesson 5946 as his sidearm. In "Pilot" (S1E01), Fusco is first seen holding his S&W on Reese during a confrontation in an alley. Reese later takes Fusco's Smith & Wesson 5946 and shoots him in the back three times, knowing that Fusco is wearing a bulletproof vest before walking back to the city. At the end of the episode, Reese gives it back to Fusco, telling him that he used it to kill one of Fusco's fellow corrupt cops, blackmailing him to be his source inside the NYPD (however, Reese had been seen using the Glock in the confrontation instead of this S&W). In "Mission Creep" (S1E03), an NYPD officer at the evidence lockup is seen using an S&W to wound a robber.

Smith & Wesson 5946 - 9x19mm
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Det. Lionel Fusco (Kevin Chapman) holds his Smith & Wesson 5946 on Reese.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Reese "greeting" Lionel Fusco (Kevin Chapman) by aiming a 5946 at his head inside an unmarked cruiser. Reese tells Fusco that he used the pistol to kill one of Fusco's fellow corrupt cops, however, Reese had been seen using the Glock in the confrontation instead of this S&W.

Smith & Wesson M&P 45

Intelligence Support Activity agent Fox (Marc Menchaca) is seen pulling what appears to be a Smith & Wesson M&P 45 before engaging in a fight with Reese in "No Good Deed" (S1E22). Reese later says that the handgun was chambered for rifle rounds in order to shred Kevlar.

Smith & Wesson M&P Semiautomatic Pistol - .45 ACP
Intelligence Support Activity agent Fox (Marc Menchaca) is seen pulling what appears to be a Smith & Wesson M&P 45 before engaging in a fight with Reese in "No Good Deed" (S1E22).

Taurus PT92

In "Number Crunch" (S1E10), a stainless Taurus PT92 is used by Paula Vasquez (Melanie Diaz) before Reese disarms her.

Taurus PT92 - 9x19mm.
In "Number Crunch" (S1E10), Paula with the Taurus as seen through Reese's riflescope.
In "Number Crunch" (S1E10), Paula Vasquez (Melanie Diaz) aims the Taurus at Reese after seeing him in the house.
In "Number Crunch" (S1E10), Reese unloads the Taurus after disarming Paula.

Taurus Millennium Pro

Tyrell Evans (Darien Sills-Evans), the agent accompanying Mark Snow, is seen armed with what appears to be a black Taurus Millennium Pro PT111 in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

Taurus Millennium Pro PT111 - 9x19mm.
Tyrell Evans (Darien Sills-Evans), the agent accompanying Mark Snow, is seen armed with what appears to be a black Taurus Millennium Pro PT111 in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

Walther PPK

A stainless Walther PPK is found by Finch in "The Fix" (S1E06). In a flashback, CIA operative Kara Stanton (Annie Parisse) uses a suppressed PPK to assassinate two renegade CIA agents in Russia. In "Wolf and Cub" (S1E14), Reese showed Darren McGrady the PPK he got from him before throwing it away.

Walther PPK - 9mm Kurz aka .380 ACP
Finch holding the chrome PPK in "The Fix" (S1E06).
CIA operative Kara Stanton (Annie Parisse) uses a suppressed PPK in "Foe" (S1E08). Due to the squarish trigger guard, it's somewhat likely that is a non-gun PPK.
In "Foe" (S1E08), Kara holds the suppressed PPK after it was fired.
In "Wolf and Cub" (S1E14), Reese showing the young boy the PPK.

Welrod Pistol

In "Foe" (S1E08), ex-Stasi agent Ulrich Kohl (Alan Dale) pulls a Welrod Pistol to eliminate his ex-Stasi colleagues in New York City.

Welrod pistol Mark I - 9x19mm. The Mark I has a trigger guard and front sight halfway along the weapon rather than near the muzzle; it is somewhat longer and heavier, and has a 6-round magazine as opposed to the Mark II's 8. The lower shot shows the action pulled back after the knurled knob is given a quarter-turn to the left.
In "Foe" (S1E08), Ulrich Kohl (Alan Dale) pulls a Welrod Pistol on an ex-Stasi agent-turned-construction worker.
In "Foe" (S1E08), a closeup of the Welrod when Reese seizes it from Ulrich.
In "Foe" (S1E08), Ulrich holds the pistol on the ex-Stasi agent.
In "Foe" (S1E08), Reese picks up the Welrod Ulrich had dropped in Central Park.

Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 19

In "Pilot" (S1E01), Detective Stills (James Hanlon), one of the corrupt cops, holds a Smith & Wesson Model 19 on a former convict in order to frame him before being stopped by Reese.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 magnum
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Detective Stills (James Hanlon), making the ex-con hold the Model 19.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Detective Stills (James Hanlon) holds the ex-con hostage when he was confronted by Reese.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

The Smith & Wesson Model 36 is seen in several episodes. A thug on the subway brandishes his revolver in "Pilot" (S1E01). In "Mission Creep" (S1E03), a bank guard reaches for his revolver in an ankle holster before Resse stops him.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
A thug on the subway brandishes his revolver in "Pilot" (S1E01).
In "Mission Creep" (S1E03), a bank guard reaches for his revolver in an ankle holster before Resse stops him.

Ruger GP100

A stainless Ruger GP100 is used by a Triad gangster in "Blue Code" (S1E15). A Ruger is also seen in "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19).

Ruger GP100
The stainless Ruger revolver at the ready in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
Zambrano is seen aiming Fusco's backup Ruger revolver at Fusco and Carter in "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19).

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Heckler & Koch MP5A3s are seen in "Firewall" (S1E23), first in the unmarked police cruiser discovered by Reese, and then used by Detective Fusco.

In "Firewall" (S1E23), the MP5A3 is seen next to a Heckler & Koch SP89.
In "Firewall" (S1E23), Fusco fires a Surefire-mounted MP5A3 at HR police officers after they prepare to ambush Reese.

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW

In "Pilot" (S1E01), Anton O'Mara picks up and shows an unloaded Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW minus the stock to his father, asking if they should buy it. In "Mission Creep" (S1E03), Reese and other members of a robbery crew are armed with MP5K-PDW's during a job involving an NYPD evidence lockup. It's later revealed in the episode the firing pin had been sabotaged. Chinese gangsters aim MP5Ks at Vargas in "Blue Code" (S1E15). Elias' henchmen use MP5Ks when Reese rescues Carter's son in "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19).

MP5K-PDW with its extended barrel with 3 lugs & folding stock - 9x19mm
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Anton O'Mara picks up and shows to his father (William Sadler) an unloaded Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW minus the stock.
A robber aiming the MP5K-PDW at NYPD officers stationed at the evidence lockup in "Mission Creep" (S1E03).
A MP5K-PDW aimed at Finch during the raid in "Mission Creep" (S1E03).
Armed with the MP5K-PDW, Reese pretends to threaten Finch in "Mission Creep" (S1E03).
The wounded gunman has the MP5K-PDW slung in "Mission Creep" (S1E03).
The MP5K aimed at Vargas during the standoff in "Blue Code" (S1E15).

Heckler & Koch MP7

In "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20), a Heckler & Koch MP7 is carried by Reese during a mission to China when he was with the CIA.

Heckler & Koch MP7
In "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20), the MP7 in the hands of Reese during a CIA mission to China.
On the right, Reese is armed with the MP7 in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

Coharie Arms MP-10

In "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20), CIA operative Kara Stanton (Annie Parisse) appears to carry a Coharie Arms MP-10 while on an assignment to China with Reese.

Coharie MP-10 with UMP stock and weaponlight - 9x19mm. This weapon is from the inventory of The Specialists Ltd.
In "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20), CIA operative Kara Stanton (Annie Parisse) appears to carry an MP-10 while on an assignment to China with Reese.
Kara has the MP-10 slung to her left in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

Heckler & Koch SP89

A Heckler & Koch SP89 is fired by Reese against HR police officers in "Firewall" (S1E23). This particular gun has had the standard metal trigger group replaced with a "Navy SEF" one, which is essentially a Navy trigger housing retaining the non ambidextrous SEF trigger pack and selector.

Heckler & Koch SP89 Pistol with factory 15-round magazine - 9x19mm
Reese firing a SP89 at advancing HR police officers in "Firewall" (S1E23). Note the "Navy" style plastic trigger housing with the non ambidextrous "SEF" marked selector.
Firing the SP89 in "Firewall" (S1E23). Note the "star pattern" muzzle flash, which would indicate that the guns would have a flash hider installed on the barrel, which is not on the SP89.

IMI Micro-Uzi

Carter kicks a Micro Uzi away from a disarmed gangster in "Blue Code" (S1E15). A coyote fires a Micro-Uzi in "Baby Blue" (S1E17).

MicroUziPistol.jpg
Micro Uzi on the ground before Carter kicks it away in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
The coyote on the left opens fire with the Micro-Uzi in "Baby Blue" (S1E17).

Intratec TEC-9

Some LOS henchmen are armed with the Intratec TEC-9 in "Blue Code" (S1E15). A coyote uses one in "Baby Blue" .

TEC-9.jpg
A LOS henchman checks out a rice sack in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
The coyote on the right opens fire with the TEC-9 in "Baby Blue" .

SITES Spectre M4

A Spectre M4 with the stock and forward grip removed is used by a mob hitman in "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19).

Spectre-HC (imported into the USA as the "SITES Falcon"), the semi-automatic pistol version of the Spectre M4 with the stock and forward grip removed - 9x19mm
A gunman armed with the Spectre M4 in "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19).

KRISS Vector

In "Get Carter" (S1E09), Reese uses a KRISS Vector to steal weapons and a muscle car from a known crime boss. In "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19), Reese uses a Vector while rescuing Detective Carter's son.

KRISS Vector SMG - .45 ACP.
In "Get Carter" (S1E09), the KRISS Vector used by Reese after storming the muscle garage shop.
In "Get Carter" (S1E09), Resse is seen firing the KRISS Vector in single shot mode at the gangsters. Note another "star pattern" muzzle flash, which would indicate a flash hider installed on their barrels, which obviously Vector doesn't have.
In "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19), the KRISS Vector used by Reese after gunning down one of Elias' hired goons.

Assault Rifles

AKM

Russian mob hitmen are armed with AKM's in "Witness" (S1E07). Armored car robbers are armed with AKMs in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

AKM - 7.62x39mm
The Russian mobster in the background is armed with an AKM fitted with black furniture in "Witness" (S1E07).
An armored car robber with an AKM is shot by Reese in "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20).

AKS-74U

Russian mobsters fire AKS-74U carbines with RIS handguards while trying to kill Charlie Burton (Enrico Colantoni) in "Witness" (S1E07).

AKS-74U with a RIS handguard - 5.45x39mm.
The Russian mobster climbing up the stairs is armed with the RIS-mounted AKS-74U in "Witness" (S1E07).
Lazlo Yogorov (Enver Gjokaj) and another mobster in the foreground are armed with AKS-74Us in "Witness" (S1E07).

Coharie Arms CA-415

Reese uses a Coharie Arms CA-415 as his rifle of choice in "Number Crunch" (S1E10). The CA-415 is an American-made clone of the Heckler & Koch HK416 and this particular rifle is seen in the episode a mounted riflescope and a short barrel. The rifle also is seen used by hired assassins storm a homeless camp to assassinate a stock broker in "Risk" (S1E16). ISA Agent Fox (Marc Menchaca) along with other operatives are armed with the 415 in "No Good Deed" (S1E22).

Coharie Arms CA-415 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Reese with the 415 before loading the magazine in "Number Crunch" (S1E10).
Aiming the 415 in "Number Crunch" (S1E10).
Closeup of the 415's mag well. Note the "New York, NY".
Closeup of the upper receiver with the mounted riflescope.
Good closeup of the fire selector. Note the "CA-415" and "Made in the USA" imprint on the top of the receiver.
A masked assassin takes aim with the 415 in "Risk" (S1E16). This has a riflescope, laser sight and a vertical foregrip.
ISA Agent Fox (Marc Menchaca) also uses the 415 in "No Good Deed" (S1E22).

Colt M4A1

M4A1 Carbines fitted with ACOG Scopes and vertical foregrips are used by the former soldiers turned robbers in a raid of a mob-owned underground casino in "Mission Creep" (S1E03). Used by NYPD Emergency Service Unit (ESU) operators in "Foe". CIA SOG operators in China are armed with M4A1s in "Matsya Nyaya". FBI HRT operators in "Firewall" are armed with M4A1s while they raid an apartment complex to search for Reese.

Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
One of the robbers with the M4A1s aimed at the gamblers and the dealers in "Mission Creep" (S1E03).
Reese with the M4A1 while undercover with the ex-soldiers in "Mission Creep" (S1E03).
In "Foe", the M4A1 is used by the ESU operator. Partially seen is the C-More red dot sight on top of the upper receiver.
In "Matsya Nyaya" (S1E20), a couple of CIA SOG operators in civilian clothes in China. Note that their rifles have vertical foregrips and Trijicon ACOG sights.
In "Firewall" (S1E23), an FBI HRT operator armed with a M4A1, which has a red dot scope mounted on top of the upper receiver, while preparing to enter a hallway from the fire escape.

FN FS2000

In "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19), Reese gives Detective Carter a bag of weapons, one is which is an FN FS2000. She later uses it to defend the safehouse where the mafia dons are kept.

FN FS2000 - 5.56x45mm NATO.
In "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19), the FS2000 in the bag.
In "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19), Carter handles the FS2000 before Elias breaches the safehouse.

Heckler & Koch G36C

In "Pilot" (S1E01), one of the weapons that Reese (James Caviezel) takes from the intercepted Mob arms deal is a Heckler & Koch G36C. Another one was used by a hired assassin in "Risk" (S1E16).

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
In "Pilot" (S1E01), the G36C (with the folded stock) can be seen near the mobster with the green jacket (who is standing near Reese).
Armed with the G36C, an assassin storming a homeless camp in the outskirts of New York City in "Risk" (S1E16).

SIG P556 SWAT / SG 550 hybrid

In "Pilot" (S1E01), John Reese (James Caviezel) is seen with a SIG P556 SWAT fitted with a SIG SG 550 series lower receiver and an EOTech sight before being disarmed. The upper receiver of the rifle can be identified as belonging to a P556 by its M16 style flash hider, angled front sight, and the indent in the side of the receiver just ahead of the ejection port. This is the same custom rifle seen in the film Salt as well as in the series Burn Notice.

Screen-used weapon provided by The Specialists Ltd for the film Salt.
In the extended version of "Pilot" (S1E01), Reese with the SIG P556 SWAT hybrid. Series creator Jonathan Nolan mentioned in the audio commentary that the armorer calls the weapon a "SIG P55X".
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Reese with the SIG P556 SWAT hybrid fitted with an EOTech sight.
In "Pilot" (S1E01), Reese's P556/SG 550 hybrid is held by Det. Stills (James Hanlon).

SIG SG 552

In "Witness" (S1E07), a Russian mobster is armed with a SIG SG 552 with a scope before being disarmed by Reese.

SIG SG 552 - 5.56x45mm
In "Witness" (S1E07), the Russian mobster standing near the apartment entrance with the scoped SG 552.

Shotguns

Franchi SPAS-12

In "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19), Detective Carter uses the Franchi SPAS-12 found in the bag Reese gives to her to protect the mafia leaders in protective custody. She uses this to distract Elias' hired goons before escaping with them. Her SPAS-12 is the folding stock version with no hook.

Franchi SPAS-12 with stock folded and butt-hook removed - 12 Gauge.
In "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19), Carter loads up on the SPAS-12 in preparation to see the mafia dons.
In "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19), Carter draws out the SPAS-12 after seeing the armed goons pursue the SUV.
In "Flesh and Blood" (S1E19), Carter firing the SPAS-12 in pump action mode.

Mossberg 500 Cruiser (Weaponlight)

A Mossberg 500 Cruiser fitted with a Surefire weaponlight is used by a thug in "Blue Code" (S1E15). The same Mossberg is used by a mob hitman during an ambush in "Baby Blue" (S1E17).

Mossberg 500 Cruiser fitted with a Surefire weaponlight and saddle shell holder
A Mossberg 500 Cruiser fitted with a Surefire weaponlight is used by a thug in "Blue Code" (S1E15).
The same Mossberg is used by a mob hitman during an ambush in "Baby Blue" (S1E17).

Mossberg 500 Homeland Defender

In "Root Cause" (S1E13), Reese uses a Mossberg 500 Homeland Defender shotgun to disable an FBI vehicle transporting a suspect.

Mossberg 500 Homeland Defender with folding stock - 12 gauge
In "Root Cause" (S1E13), Reese uses a Mossberg 500 Homeland Defender shotgun to disable an FBI vehicle transporting a suspect.

Remington 870

A Remington 870 is used by a NYPD ESU operator in "Foe" (S1E08). In "Many Happy Returns" (S1E21), what appears to be a Remington 870 is partially seen in the US Marshal's office in New York City. An HR officer uses a 870 in "Firewall" (S1E23).

Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
In "Foe" (S1E08), an NYPD ESU officer is seen on the left armed with the Remington 870.
In "Many Happy Returns" (S1E21), a Deputy US Marshal armed with the Remington 870 confronts Reese in the US Marshal's office in New York City.
In "Firewall" (S1E23), an HR officer searches for Reese while armed with the 870.

Remington 870 (Police Magnum with folding stock)

In "Wolf and Cub" (S1E14), Reese uses a Remington 870 Police Magnum fitted with a folding stock and modified with a heat shield and picatinny-based railing mount to fit a night vision scope. He loads the shotgun with beanbag rounds in the episode.

Remington 870 Police Magnum with stock folded - 12 Gauge
Reese armed with the police folder Remington fitted with a heat shield in "Wolf and Cub" (S1E14).
The view through the Remington's NV scope in "Wolf and Cub" (S1E14).
Reese firing beanbag rounds to take down a gangster when the lights were taken out in "Wolf and Cub" (S1E14).

Sniper Rifles

Barrett M107

A Barrett M107 is used by Reese to disable a German consulate sedan in "Foe" (S1E08).

Barrett M107 - .50 BMG.
Reese sets up the Barrett, making Finch uncomfortable. "Foe" (S1E08)
The massive .50 caliber rounds are viewed in the M82 magazine. "Foe" (S1E08)
Here, the muzzle brake can be seen as Finch hands Reese the magazine. "Foe" (S1E08)
Loading the M82A1's 10-round magazine. "Foe" (S1E08)
Cocking the M82A1. "Foe" (S1E08)
"Very impressive, Finch." Reese prepares to use the Barrett as Finch ranges the target. "Foe" (S1E08)
View through the scope of the M82A1. "Foe" (S1E08)
View of the muzzle brake as Reese prepares to fire. "Foe" (S1E08)

SIG-Sauer SSG 3000

CIA agent Tyrell Evans (Darien Sills-Evans) uses a SIG-Sauer SSG 3000 in "Number Crunch" (S1E10).

SIG-Sauer SSG 3000 with Harris bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO
CIA agent Tyrell Evans (Darien Sills-Evans) takes aim with a SSG 3000 in "Number Crunch" (S1E10).
The view through the scope of the SSG 3000 in "Number Crunch" (S1E10).

SAKO TRG-42

ISA Agent Fox (Marc Menchaca) is seen using a Sako TRG-42 rifle to disable the car driven by Reese in "No Good Deed" (S1E22).

SAKO TRG-42
ISA Agent Fox (Marc Menchaca) is seen using a Sako TRG-42 rifle to disable the car driven by Reese in "No Good Deed" (S1E22).

Grenade Launchers

Defense Technologies 1315 37mm

In "Get Carter" (S1E09), Reese uses a Def Tech 1315 launcher to blast through a crime boss's chop shop. Resse is seen using the launcher to fire an HE grenade round, which is not possible to do so in real life.

DefTech 1315 - 37mm.
In "Get Carter" (S1E09), Reese raising the Def Tech launcher.
In "Get Carter" (S1E09), Reese aiming the Def Tech launcher.
In "Get Carter" (S1E09), the HE grenade is seen on the garage shutter before blowing a hole in it. In reality, the launcher can't be used with this round.

M79 Grenade Launcher

An M79 grenade launcher is seen on the table during the arms deal in "Pilot" (S1E01) and is one of the weapons that Reese takes. He later uses it, loaded with a smoke round, to stop two corrupt detectives from executing a witness by firing it at their SUV.

M79 grenade launcher - 40mm.
Loading up the M79 with a 40mm smoke round from the rear of a taxicab in "Pilot" (S1E01).
Reese takes aim with the M79 without using the flip-up front sight in "Pilot" (S1E01).

Others

Model 7290 Flashbang

In "Pilot" (S1E01), Reese (James Caviezel) uses a Model 7290 flashbang grenade after telling Det. Fusco (Kevin Chapman) that he should search a suspect more thoroughly before putting him in the backseat.

Model 7290 flashbang grenade
In "Pilot" (S1E01), a primed flashbang rolls under the driver's seat of the unmarked NYPD Crown Victoria before it exploded.

Smoke Grenade

Reese tosses a smoke grenade into the wrecked Chevrolet Suburban transporting a suspect in "Root Cause" (S1E13).

The smoke grenade hurled into the wrecked SUV in "Root Cause" (S1E13).

Arms Cache

In "Pilot" (S1E01), various small arms are seen spread out on a table just before Reese interrupts the meetings and takes some of them away for personal use. Another was seen in "Mission Creep" (S1E03), left in the taxicab by Finch to get one of the bank robbers arrested, who moonlights as a cab driver. Another one is present in "Get Carter" (S1E09) when Reese attacks the gangster manning the closed muscle car shop.

In "Pilot" (S1E01), the arms cache being presented to mobster buyers.
A small arms cache found in the trunk of a Ford Crown Victoria taxicab in "Mission Creep" (S1E03). Among the weapons is a sawed-off shotgun and an IMI Uzi.
In "Get Carter" (S1E09), a cache of small arms before Reese takes them away. A Mini-Uzi is seen on the side with a few race guns and a Glock or two. The shotgun appears to be a Remington 870 with a M4-type stock and a box magazine, which indicates that the firearm is in reality an airsoft gun.

Carter's Weapons Case

In "Blue Code" (S1E15), Carter is seen keeping a case of weapons in the trunk of her car.

In "Blue Code" (S1E15), Carter is seen keeping a case of weapons in the trunk of her car.

Introduction

In Season 1's introduction, the "Machine" sees an assailant armed with what appears to be a Glock pistol.

In Season 1's introduction, the "Machine" sees an assailant armed with what appears to be a Glock pistol.


See Also

Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5



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