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The Professionals (1977-1981) British Television Series

The following weapons were used in the television series The Professionals:


Contents


Handguns

Inglis Hi-Power

Inglis Hi-Power is used by Bodie (Lewis Collins) and Doyle (Martin Shaw) as their standard weapon for the first two seasons of the show. This particular version of the Hi-Power was manufactured during WWII in Canada.

Inglis Hi-Power 9mm
Doyle (Martin Shaw) with Hi-Power at the ready in "Blind Run".
Bodie (Lewis Collins) with Hi-Power in "The Madness of Mickey Hamilton".
Bodie surprises a policeman--a close-up of the Hi-Power from "In the Public Interest".

Walther P-38

Used by a German terrorist in "Close Quarters". Doyle (Martin Shaw) is frequently seen using this pistol in place of the Browning Hi-Power. A suppressed version of the Walther P38 can be seen in some episodes. The assassin Ramos uses one in "Long Shot", and members of the hit team in "Blind Run" are armed with them. Barry Martin has one taped to the back of a painting in his flat in the episode "Rogue".

Walther P38 pistol (manufactured at the Mauser Factory) - World War Two dated - 9mm
Doyle with P-38 in "Blackout".
A German terrorist fires at Bodie's car with a P-38 in "Close Quarters".
Close up of the P-38 with suppressor used by Ramos in "Long Shot".
A member of the hit team in "Blind Run" attempts to fire on Bodie and Doyle with his suppressed P-38.

Enfield No. 2 Mark 1

Enfield No. 2 revolvers are among the weapons stolen from a military base in the episode "Old Dog with New Tricks". The character of Billy uses one to take a nurse hostage. Later in the episode one of Turkel's men can be seen using an Enfield during the police station takeover. The revolvers are described by Bodie as being "Webley .44's", but a closer look reveals them to be .38 S&W Enfields. This can be determined by looking at the hammer, which has had the cocking spur removed, a feature only found on the Enfield.

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Billy holds his Enfield No. 2 MK 1 revolver on Nurse Bolding in "Old Dog with New Tricks".
One of Turkel's men disguised as a policeman, with an Enfield No. 2 MK 1 revolver, from "Old Dog with New Tricks".

Colt Python

The Colt Python is used by the character of "Tinkerbell" in the episode "Blind Run". Can also be seen used by a "terrorist" in the hostage rescue training at the beginning of "Wild Justice". A Python is used in an attempt to kill Cowley in "The Purging of CI5". The character of Phipps is armed with a Python at the end of "Man Without a Past". A Python is used by the character Macklin to demonstrate his shooting skills in "Mixed Doubles". A CI5 agent can be seen using a Python at the end of "Discovered in a Graveyard".

Colt Python with 4" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Colt Python with 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
The character dubbed "Tinkerbell" by Bodie and Doyle, clutches his Colt Python, from the episode "Blind Run".
Phipps with a Colt Python in "Man Without a Past".
Close up of a Python in the hands of Macklin, from the episode "Mixed Doubles".

Smith & Wesson Model 19

Beginning with the 3rd Season, Bodie (Lewis Collins) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 19 in place of the Hi-Power.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 magnum
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose.
Bodie (Lewis Collins) gets ready to fire his S&W Model 19 in "Stopover".
A close up of the Model 19 being held by Bodie, from the episode "Discovered in a Graveyard".

Smith & Wesson Model 29

The Smith & Wesson Model 29 .44 Magnum is featured in the episode "Mixed Doubles". Bodie & Doyle each carry a Model 29 while on a special bodyguard assignment. Ironically, the assassins opposing them, Coney & Joe, are also armed with Model 29s. What could be either a Nickel Model 29 or stainless Model 629 appears in the the episode "Spy Probe", but it is impossible to determine the exact model.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 magnum.
Smith & Wesson Model 29 with 3" barrel.
Doyle (Martin Shaw) cleans his S&W Model 29 in "Mixed Doubles".
From the same episode, Doyle brings the Model 29 into action.
Frank Coney aims his Model 29 in "Mixed Doubles".
In another scene from "Mixed Doubles", Joe fires the Model 29.
Doyle demonstrates his shooting skills with what is either a Nickel Model 29 or a Model 629, from "Spy Probe".
Ferris holding the same weapon, from "Spy Probe".


Smith & Wesson Model 36

The Smith & Wesson Model 36 is Cowley's (Gordon Jackson) standard weapon. Other CI5 agents and sometimes criminals are also seen using this revolver.

Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 special - 5 shot
Cowley with the S&W Model 36 in "Need to Know".

Smith & Wesson Model 40 Centennial

A female terrorist uses a Smith & Wesson Model 40 Centennial revolver during the shoot-out at the end of the episode "Fugitive".

38 Special Model 40 "Centennial" with grip safety. mfd. 52-74
Terrorist group member Karen fires her S&W Model 40 in "Fugitive".
Karen holding the S&W Model 40 in "Fugitive".

Smith & Wesson Model 10

A Special Branch agent is seen using a Smith & Wesson Model 10 in the episode "Fall Girl".

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver (Marked Royal Hong Kong Police Issue) with Police Lanyard Ring - .38 Special
A Special Branch Agent holsters his S & W Model 10 in "Fall Girl".

Colt Commander

The character of Turkel uses a Colt Commander during the police station takeover in "Old Dog With New Tricks".
Colt Combat Commander - .45 ACP.
Turkel threatens Cowley with his Colt Commander pistol in "Old Dog with New Tricks".

Walther PPK

The Walther PPK is seen in several episodes. Kodai carries one throughout "Stopover", Esther takes down a knife-wielding thug with a PPK in "Takeaway", and Michael uses one at the end of "Dead Reckoning". The PPK is featured prominently in "Spy Probe". In this episode, the criminals Ferris and Twig each carry one, the latter using a suppressed version to perform an assassination. When Bodie goes undercover as a hitman he is given a PPK to use on his intended target; the target, Elizabeth Walsh, correctly IDs it as a Walther PPK.

Walther PPK - 9mm Kurz aka .380 ACP
Walther PPK .380 with a sound suppressor. (Brown factory grips)
Bodie (Lewis Collins) with a Walther PPK in "Spy Probe".
Ferris prepares to use his PPK, from "Spy Probe".
Close-up of the Walther PPK used by Ferris.
Esther uses her PPK on an attacker, from "Takeaway".


FN Model 1910

One of Turkel's men is seen brandishing an FN M1910 during the police station takeover in "Old Dog With New Tricks".

FN Model 1910 .380 ACP
Turkel's man with the Model 1910, from "Old Dog with New Tricks".

SIG P210

The SIG P210 appears in the show on a regular basis, usually in the hands of the bad guys. The mercenary leader Krivas (David Suchet) uses this pistol briefly in "Where the Jungle Ends". The terrorist group in "Fugitive", and kidnappers in "Acorn Syndrome" use P210s. It also appears in the episode "Blind Run".

SIG P210-2, 9x19mm
Terrorist leader Werner (Michael Byrne) takes a bullet while attempting to fire his SIG P210, from the episode "Fugitive".

Smith & Wesson Model 39

Corrupt CI5 agent Barry Martin is seen using a suppressed Smith & Wesson Model 39 at the very beginning of the episode "Rogue".

Smith & Wesson Model 39 9mm.
Barry Martin prepares to use his suppressed Model 39 in "Rogue".

Heckler & Koch P9S

CI5 agent Stuart is seen using a Heckler & Koch P9S in the episode "Blackout".

Heckler & Koch P9S, 45. ACP
Agent Stuart advances towards a terrorist hideout with his P9s, from "Blackout".
Agent Stuart uses his P9S to open a door in "Blackout".

Tokarev TT33

A Tokarev TT-33 Pistol is used by the hitman O'Leary in "A Stirring of Dust". For some strange reason, Special Branch agents are armed with Tokarevs in the episode "Fall Girl."

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
O'Leary threatens Helen with his Tokarev TT-33 in "A Stirring of Dust".

Beretta Model 1934

The Beretta M1934 is used briefly by the German terrorist Inga in "Close Quarters". In "A Stirring of Dust", the M1934 is wielded by Italian hitman Callinari, and in the same episode, by retired spy Sorenson. A suppressed version of this pistol is used by the assassin Rahad in the episode "The Untouchables". A suppressed M1934 can also be seen in "Discovered in a Graveyard", used by Mayli. Barry Martin has one taped to the underside of a table in his flat in "Rogue".

Beretta Model 1935, the .32 ACP version of the Model 1934. Other than caliber, the pistols are identical.
Callinari stands watch with his Beretta M1934 in "A Stirring of Dust".
Mayli with a suppressed Model 1934, from "Discovered in a Graveyard".

Lange Pistole 08 "Artillery Luger"

An Artillery Luger is the weapon referred to in the episode entitled "The Gun". It is used by Gary, a drug dealer, to commit a murder, and after he discards it, it is disovered by two boys, Tony and Jerry.

Luger P08 9mm. This is the long barreled "Artillery" model of the Luger P08 - 9mm
The Artillery Luger is shown being loaded at the beginning of the "The Gun".
Tony and Jerry admiring the Artillery Luger, in "The Gun".


Submachineguns

Sterling L2A3

The Sterling L2A3 Submachine Gun appears in various episodes of the series. All the members of the mercenary group in "Where the Jungle Ends" use this weapon. In the same episode, a crate filled with Sterlings is seen inside the house of a gunrunner that Bodie & Doyle are questioning. A Greek terrorist uses a Sterling in "Killer with a Long Arm". Bodie uses a Sterling to take down a assassin on the golf course in "Blood Sports".

Sterling Patchett Suppressed version - 9mm
Sterling Submachine Gun - 9mm
The mercenary leader Krivas with Sterling SMG, from "Where the Jungle Ends".
One of the mercenaries prepares to fire his Sterling SMG in "Where the Jungle Ends".
A crate containing Sterlings in "Where the Jungle Ends".
Sterlings in the hands of Bodie and another CI5 agent in "Blood Sports".

Uzi

The Uzi SMG is the most common SMG used in the show. Bodie & Doyle can be seen with Uzi's during the hostage rescue sequence at the end of "First Night". CI5 agents are equipped with Uzi's at the beginning of "Dead Reckoning". Bodie & two other CI5 agents use Uzi's at the conclusion of "A Hiding To Nothing". Bodie again has an Uzi during the finale of "Takeaway". Criminals and terrorists in "The Professionals" are also seen with Uzis. At the end of the episode "Heroes", hitmen armed with Uzis attempt to kill a witness. Uzis are seen in the hands of terrorists in the episodes "Blackout" and "No Stone".

IMI Uzi 9mm
Bodie with Uzi, from "First Night". Note the Israeli style of taping two magazines together at a 90 degree angle, which was a common sight in the earlier episodes of the show whenever the Uzi was used.
Doyle with Uzi, also from "First Night".
Bodie uses the Uzi to convince some drug smugglers to surrender, from "Takeaway".
From the same scene above, this time showing the impressive muzzle blast of the Uzi.
The Uzi with suppressor in "Blind Run".
Close-up of an Uzi in the hands of a contract killer, from "Heroes".

MAC-10

Kidnappers in the episode "First Night" use MAC-10 submachine guns. A MAC-10 with suppressor is used by a member of the hit squad in the episode "Blind Run."

Ingram MAC 10 open bolt Submachine gun - .45acp
A kidnapper uses a MAC-10 to cover his escape in "First Night".
Another view of the MAC-10 from "First Night".
Hitman with suppressed MAC-10 in "Blind Run".
Closer look at the MAC-10 in "Blind Run".


MP40

An MP40 SMG is used by a German terrorist in "Close Quarters". Later it's acquired by Bodie after he kills the terrorist using it.

MP40 submachine gun - 9mm
A German terrorist armed with an MP40 in "Close Quarters".
Bodie with the commandeered MP40, secures his terrorist prisoner, in "Close Quarters".
Bodie with the MP40, from "Close Quarters".

Sa.25

The Czechoslovakian Sa.25 Submachine Gun is used by the German terrorist Inga in "Close Quarters". Two members of the terrorist group in "No Stone" can be seen using the Sa.25.

Czech Sa.25 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm. The 25 Model indicates a folding stock. The slide on the front handguard is a speedloader for magazines.
Inga wields the Sa.25 smg in "Close Quarters".
Another look at the Sa.25 in "Close Quarters".
Terrorist with Sa.25 in "No Stone".
A better view of the Sa.25 in "No Stone".

MAT-49

Kodai's men use MAT-49 Submachine Guns when they attack the safehouse in the episode "Stopover". The terrorists in "Blackout" are also seen using them at the end of the episode.

French MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9mm
One of Kodai's men with MAT-49, from the episode "Stopover".
Another one of Kodai's men with MAT-49 in "Stopover".

Shotguns

Double Barrel Shotgun

Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 Gauge. The Parker Gun Company was absorbed into Remington in 1934.
1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge.

Ithaca 37 Shotgun

The character of Tommy (John Castle) uses a sawed-off Ithaca 37 with pistol grip in the episode "Heroes". It also features a custom wire stock, closely resembling the type used on the MP40 SMG, which folds onto the top of the gun. It appears to be the same shotgun later used in Aliens.

Ithaca 37 "Stakeout" - 12 gauge. The shotgun in the series closely resembles this version.
Screen-used custom shorty Ithaca 37 shotgun from Aliens around the time of filming, when the grip was still wrapped in tape.
Tommy unfolds the stock on his custom Ithaca 37 shotgun, from "Heroes".

Savage/Springfield Model 67

A member of the hit team in Season 2, Episode 9: "Blind Run" is seen using a Savage/Springfield 67 pump shotgun. It is the Model 67 built by Springfield based on the style of the fore-end.

Savage/Springfield Model 67 - 12 gauge
Springfield Model 67 pump shotgun used in the episode "Blind Run" - 12 gauge. The Model 67 is identified by the ejection port, which opens up to the top of the receiver and the shape of the trigger guard as well as the magazine tube cap and the fore grip.


Rifles & Carbines

Mauser C96 Carbine

A Mauser C96 Carbine is used by a hitman in "Everest was also Conquered". This particular C-96 is equipped with a skeleton stock, telescopic sight, and has what appears to be a 15-inch barrel.

A hitman carrying the Mauser C-96 carbine in "Everest was also Conquered".

AR-10 as the "A180 assault rifle"

An Armalite AR-10 with a Thompson Gun drum magazine and primitive laser sight is seen in the episode Hunter Hunted as an "A180 .22 calibre assault rifle" also making this a famous episode. It is supposed to be a black project assault rifle that gets stolen and used on the previous user. It may be inspired by the American-180 submachine gun, which fired .22 caliber rounds from a flat pan magazine above the receiver. This rifle caused some attention to fans of this show that a .22 round is inaccurate for long ranges and the fact it is really a 7.62x51mm AR-10. This is the world's first TV show appearance to feature a laser-lock sight in the movie industry. Can be seen used here!

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Armalite AR-10, "Sudanese" model - 7.62x51mm NATO
The .22 calibre "A180" rifle
Doyle tests the "A180" in "Hunter Hunted".
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Bodie with the "A180" in "Hunter Hunted".
Close-up of the business end of the "A180", with a good look at the "laser-lock" sight.

AR-10

A standard AR-10 appears in the episode "Kickback", in which Bodie uses it as a sniper rifle.

Armalite AR-10, "Sudanese" model - 7.62x51mm NATO. The rifle featured in the show lacks the barrel shroud on the exposed portion of the barrel indicating that it is the similar "Sporter" model.
Bodie practices with the AR-10 in "Kickback".
Later Bodie uses the AR-10 with a telescopic sight.
A better look at the AR-10 in "Kickback".

M1 Carbine

A specially modified M1 Carbine used as a sniper weapon is seen several times throughout the series. It can be broken down into 3 pieces--barrel, receiver/forestock, buttstock--is equipped with a scope, and sometimes a suppressor. The character of Nesbitt uses this special carbine in "Private Madness, Public Danger". It also appears in "Runner". The episodes "Blood Sports" & "Hijack" show the carbine with the suppressor attached, in both cases being used by hitmen in assassination attempts. These two episodes also show the carbine fully broken down into its separate parts and then being assembled.

World War Two Era M1 Carbine, with Dark Walnut Stock, 'L' peep sight and no bayonet lug - correct for most of WW2, shown with khaki sling and oiler and a period Magazine pouch for buttstock
Nesbitt practices with his modified M1 carbine, from the episode "Private Madness, Public Danger".
Another shot of Nesbitt with the M1.
A hitman using the M1 with suppressor prepares to fire, from "Hijack".
An Assassin with suppressed M1, from "Blood Sports".
A still taken from "Hijack": The M1 fully broken down and stored in its carrying case.

MGC Replica M16A1 rifles

SAS troopers are seen carrying MGC M16 replica in the episode "Long Shot". Col. Lawson and Len are equipped with M16A1s during the attack on the chemical research facility in "Lawson's Last Stand".

The MGC M16 Assault rifle: a non firing metal replica built by the Model Gun Corp of Japan and one of the most used non firing replicas of the M16 in movies and television. The 'forward assist' on the early models like the one imaged here are bolt inserts to keep the receiver together. Sometimes movie prop masters cut off the three prong flash hider and weld on birdcage flash hiders to update the look.
Col. Lawson with his M16A1 in "Lawson's Last Stand".
SAS Trooper with M16A1 in "Long Shot".

SIG 510

A hitman uses the SIG 510 (Stg 57) battle rifle to kill witnesses in the episode "Heroes". The rifle is used again at the conclusion of the same episode, when the hitman uses it in an attempt to kill another witness.

SIG SG 510-1 Battle Rifle
A contract killer takes aim at some witnesses with the SIG STG57, from "Heroes".
Another scene from "Heroes": The killers mount an assault, armed with the SIG STG57.

Armalite AR-18

CI5 Agent Murphy is seen with an AR-18 in "Foxhole on the Roof". Bodie arms himself with an AR-18 when confronting the Special Branch agents at the end of "Operation Susie".

AR-18 fitted with scope with stock folded 5.56mm
Murphy with the AR-18 slung over his back, from "Foxhole on the Roof".
Bodie takes cover, armed with an AR-18, in "Operation Susie".
Another screenshot from "Operation Susie": Bodie returns fire with the AR-18.

AR-18S

Bodie equips himself with an AR-18S, the carbine variant of the AR-18, in the episode "Foxhole on the Roof". One can also be seen in the hands of a CI5 agent in "No Stone".

Bodie is ordered by Cowley to drop his AR-18s, from "Foxhole on the Roof".
AR-18s with 30 round magazine in the hands of a CI5 agent, from "No Stone".

Steyr AUG

Members of an anti-terrorist unit can be seen carrying Steyr AUGs at the end of "No Stone". A variety of publicity photos exist showing Bodie & Doyle holding AUGs, but the fact is that they never once use these weapons during an actual episode of the series.

Steyr AUG - Austrian Army Version 5.56mm
Member of the anti-terrorist unit with Steyr AUG,from "No Stone". This episode is the only one to feature the AUG, and it's only a brief glimpse at that.

VZ 58V

The folding stock variant of the VZ 58 is used by a terrorist during an assassination attempt at the end of the episode "A Hiding To Nothing".

Czech SA vz-58V (Výsadkový aka "Airborne") with folding stock - 7.62x39mm
A rather low quality screenshot of a terrorist with VZ 58V in "A Hiding to Nothing". The weapon is seen only briefly, and unfortunately this is the best shot available.


AMD-65

The Hungarian variant of the AK-47, the AMD-65, is seen used by Quinn in "A Man Called Quinn".

Hungarian AMD-65 - 7.62x39mm
The title character of the episode "A Man Called Quinn" takes aim with the AMD-65.
Quinn again with the AMD-65.

STG44

During a prisoner exchange at the beginning of the episode "Dead Reckoning", Bulgarian agents are seen carrying German STG44 assault rifles. When this programme aired in the late 1970s, probably none of the AK series of weapons were available in the West for use in TV shows, so most likely the STG44s was being used as "stand-ins" because of their general resemblance to the AK (STG44's were used by the East German forces and Yugoslav paratroops after WW2).

Sturmgewehr 44 7.92x33mm
Close-up of the barrel and sights identify this as an STG44, from "Dead Reckoning".
Another shot from "Dead Reckoning", showing Bulgarian agents with STG44's.

FN FAL

The FN FAL is used in two episodes of the series, and both times is shown firing on full automatic. The character of Tommy (John Castle) is armed with a FAL at the end of "Heroes", at one point using it to fire a rifle grenade. Bodie equips himself with the FAL in "Fall Girl".

FN FAL 50.00 7.62x51mm NATO
Tommy right before he fires a rifle grenade from an FN FAL with 30 round magazine, from the episode "Heroes".
Tommy reacts with amusement at the results of the rifle grenade on the target. This shot gives a better view of the 30 round mag.
Bodie arms himself with a FN FAL in "Fall Girl".
Bodie with FAL in "Fall Girl".
Another screenshot from "Fall Girl".

L1A1 SLR

The British variant of the FN FAL is probably most common rifle used in the show. It can be seen in the hands of British soldiers in "Old Dogs With New Tricks", "Stakeout", & "First Night". Turkel's men use stolen L1A1s when they takeover the police station in "Old Dogs With New Tricks". CI5 agents are seen equipped with L1A1s in "Blackout". Many times the L1A1 is seen with a scope mounted. Cowley uses one in "Need to Know", CI5 snipers use them in "Fugitive" & "Foxhole on the Roof", as well as the character Mickey Hamilton (Ian McDiarmid) in the "Madness of Mickey Hamilton" when he tries to shoot a doctor in the episode, also most of the L1A1 rifles shown in most episodes have the FAL handguard with 3 vents on each side of the Handguard instead of the L1A1 version with 2 vents on each side.

British Inch Pattern L1A1 SLR (Self Loading Rifle) chambered in 7.62 Nato - Variation of the FN FAL rifle.

Enfield XL64E5

The prototype Enfield XL64E5 (the forerunners of the SA80) is used by Bodie and Doyle during the hostage rescue scene at the beginning of the episode "Wild Justice". According to "The Professionals" magazine, Vol. 2, No.2, these are actual experimental rifles, which at the time were undergoing testing by the military, and were loaned to the production for use in this episode.

Enfield XL64E5 assault rifle, 4.85x49mm
Doyle (Martin Shaw) attempts a hostage rescue armed with the Enfield XL64E5 in "Wild Justice". This is probably the only time this weapon was used in a TV show.

Lee Enfield No.4

Lee Enfield No.4 rifles and No.4T sniper rifles have appeared several times in the series. They can be seen in the hands of CI5 agents in the episodes "Heroes" and "Stopover". The police and CI5 agents are seen using them in the episode "Madness of Mickey Hamilton".

Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I - .303 British. This was the main battle rifle of British and Commonwealth forces during World War Two.
Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I(T) with magazine removed and scope - .303 British

Kar 98K

A Kar 98K with scope appears briefly in "Fall Girl", planted in a hotel room in order to frame Bodie for an assassination.

Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm
A Special Branch agent removes the planted Kar 98K that will be used to implicate Bodie in an assassination, from "Fall Girl".

Modified Kar 98K

A Mauser Kar 98k that appears to have been converted to a sporter version and mounting a scope is used by a member of the hit team in "Blind Run".

A member of the hit squad with the modified Kar 98K rifle in "Blind Run".


Unidentified Sniper Rifle

A bolt action sniper rifle, make and model unknown, is used by Doyle during the hostage situation in "Old Dog with New Tricks". The same rifle is also used by the character of Kodai in "Stopover", and by an assassin in "Backtrack".

An Assassin aims an unidentified sniper rifle in "Backtrack".

Unidentified Sniper Rifle 2

The assassin Ramos uses a bolt action sniper rifle in "Long Shot".

Ramos with unidentified sniper rifle in "Long Shot".

Unidentified Sniper Rifle 3

A heavily kitted out bolt action sniper rifle is seen in an episode. It comes with an adjustable stock, rear bipod, silencer and scope.

Machine Guns

L7 GPMG

The British variant of the FN MAG machine gun is used by the character Roddy Barker in the episode "Foxhole on the Roof".

British L7A2 General Purpose Machine Gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
Roddy Barker gets ready to place the L7 inside the "Foxhole on the Roof".
Roddy Barker fires the L7.

Specialty Weapons

Federal Gas Riot Gun

The Federal Gas Riot Gun is shown briefly in the hands of a Special Branch agent at the end of "Fall Girl".

Federal M201-Z Gas Gun
From "Fall Girl": In order to subdue Bodie, a Special Branch agent brings up a Federal Riot Gun...
...which he hands off to a fellow agent.

Schermuly Multi-Purpose Gun

This British 37mm Schermuly Multi-Purpose Gun is used by the character of Roddy Barker in "Foxhole on the Roof." In this episode the weapon is portrayed as an HE grenade launcher, while in actuality it is only intended to launch 37mm less-lethal projectiles.

Webley Schermuly 37mm Riot Gun.
Roddy Barker about to fire the Schermuly riot gun, from "Foxhole on the Roof".

No. 36 Hand Grenade

British No. 36 "Mills Bomb" grenades are among the weapons stolen from an military base in "Old Dogs with New Tricks". The character of Billy uses one in order to take a nurse hostage.

Billy examines a No. 36 hand grenade, from "Old Dog with New Tricks".

MK 2 Hand Grenade

The Mk 2 "pineapple" fragmentation grenade can be seen in the episode "Lawson's Last Stand". Col. Lawson uses a Mk 2 to destroy a guardhouse at a chemical research facility, and later attaches one to a canister of nerve gas.

Mk 2 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
The MK 2 grenade used by Col. Lawson to destroy a guardhouse in "Lawson's Last Stand".

Mark VIII* 2-inch Mortar

The character Tug uses a 2-inch infantry mortar to attack the chemical research facility in "Lawson's Last Stand".

Tug moments before he fires the 2-inch mortar, from "Lawson's Last Stand".
Tug in the process of attacking the research facility, another shot from "Lawson's Last Stand".


RPG-2

Used by a terrorist during the assassination attempt at the end of the episode "A Hiding To Nothing". Many promotional photos for "The Professionals" show Bodie (Lewis Collins) holding the RPG-2, however, he never actually uses the weapon during this episode.

Rpg-2.jpg
A terrorist about to fire the RPG-2 in "A Hiding to Nothing". The VZ 58V can be seen in the hands of the man next to him.

MILAN Anti-tank Weapon

A MILAN anti-tank missile launcher is seen at the end of the episode "Blackout", in which terrorists plan to use it in an assassination attempt.

Tripod-mounted MILAN launcher 115mm
Bodie bursts in on the terrorists as they are preparing the MILAN...
...then knocks it over, taking one of his opponents out at the same time-- from the episode "Blackout".



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