Sherlock

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Sherlock
SherlockBBCPoster.jpg
DVD Cover
Country UKD.jpg UK
Language English
Channel BBC One
Creator Mark Gatiss
Steven Moffat
Hartswood Films
Genre Crime
Broadcast 2010 - ongoing
No. of Seasons 3
No. of Episodes 9
Main Cast
Character Actor
Sherlock Holmes Benedict Cumberbatch
Dr. John Watson Martin Freeman
Inspector Greg Lestrade Rupert Graves
James "Jim" Moriarty Andrew Scott



Sherlock is a 2010 BBC television series based on the classic novel series by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The series, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the title character, updates the story to a modern day setting, and incorporates modern technology (such as video surveillance and smart phones) into the plot. Three seasons have aired so far, and a fourth is set to commence in January 2016. Each season consists of three 90 minute episodes:

Season 1 - aired July to August 2010

  • A Study in Pink
  • The Blind Banker
  • The Great Game

Season 2 - aired January 2012

  • A Scandal in Belgravia
  • The Hound of Baskerville
  • The Reichenbach Fall

Season 3 - aired January 2014

  • The Empty Hearse
  • The Sign of Three
  • His Last Vow


The following weapons were used in the television series Sherlock:


Contents


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Handguns

SIG-Sauer P226R (L105A2 stand-in)

Dr. John Watson (Martin Freeman) and Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) uses SIG-Sauer P226R pistols in the series. Yet, owing to the strict firearms controls in the UK, the Tokyo Marui P226 airsoft pistol was used as a stand-in. Aside from the opening credits, the same prop also shows up on several occasions in the hands of minor characters.

Trivia: In fact, Waston's P226 is the pistol he carried when serving in Afghanistan and the reason why the gun is still in Watson's unlawful possession without alteration by the army is unknown.

SIG-Sauer P226R. Since the prop used in the series is an airsoft gun, the picture of the real pistol is only for reference.
Watson's P226R / L105A2 in his desk drawer. Note the missing grip screw and the wear on the de-cocking lever, which indicates the real identity of the pistol - the gas-powered airsoft replica manufactured by Tokyo Marui (hence why the finish and markings are mismatched). (S1E1)
Watson after saving Sherlock's life as he shot the cabbie (Philip Davis). (S1E1)
A P226R in the apartment of Eddie Van Coon (Daniel Percival). Note the missing grip screw and the wear on the de-cocking lever, indicating that this is the same prop as the one used by Watson. (S1E2)
Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) nonchalantly fires at his living room wall out of boredom. This is a reference to the original Holmes's habit of using the wall of his apartment for target practice, except that, instead of sketching the letters "VR" (Victoria Regina) the modern Sherlock draws a smiley face. (S1E3)
"Bored, bored, BORED! BORED! BORED!" (S1E3)
Sherlock fires the P226R.
Watson: "Shit! I should have brought my... oh."
Sherlock: Don't mention it. (S1E3)
Watson aims his P226R as Sherlock confronts "Golem". (S1E3)
Sherlock aims the P226R at Jim Moriarty (Andrew Scott), who mistakenly assumed it was a "British Army Browning L9A1" before Sherlock takes it out of his pocket; the posture establishes a threat to Moriarty. (S1E3)
Sherlock takes a P226R off of one of the hitmen following him and interrogates its owner. (S2E3)

STI Edge (Cigarette Lighter)

The cabbie (Philip Davis) in S1E1 uses a novelty cigarette lighter disguised as an STI Edge.

STI Edge - .40 S&W
The cabbie threatens Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) with his "gun". (S1E1)
The cabbie explains his game of Russian roulette with two pills. (S1E1)
Sherlock says he will take the gun over the pills... (S1E1)
Knowing from the start it was a lighter. (S1E1)

Bruni/BBM "ME-8 Police" blank firing gun

At the end of S1E2, General Shan (Sarah Lam) uses a Bruni/BBM "ME-8 Police", an 8mm blank-firing gun modeled after the Walther PPK.

A Bruni/BBM "ME-8 Police" 8mm blank firing gun (used to impersonate a Walther PPK)
General Shan threatens Watson. (S1E2)
General Shan loads a full magazine into the ME-8 Police. (S1E2)
Shan racks the slide on her pistol. (S1E2)
General Shan aims at Sherlock. (S1E2)

Glock 17

A number of 2nd generation Glock 17 pistols are seen in season 2 in the hands of the CIA agents and being set in a trap.

2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm.
CIA Agent Neilson (Todd Boyce) threatens Sherlock with his suppressed Glock 17. (S2E1)
A CIA agent presses his Glock against Watson's neck, revealing what appears to be a painted muzzle suggesting that the prop is a replica. (S2E1)
Sherlock sets off the Glock 17 set up in Irene Adler's (Lara Pulver) booby-trapped safe. (S2E1)
Watson: "We should call the police."
Sherlock:"Yes." (Sherlock fires Agent Neilson's Glock into the air.) "On their way!"
Watson: "For God's sake..."
Sherlock: "Oh, shut up, it's quick." (S2E1)
Sherlock holds Agent Neilson at gunpoint with his own weapon. (S2E1)
An officer with a Glock 17 in a drop-leg holster escorts Moriarty to the court room. (S2E3)
Watson:"J-j-just so you're all aware, the gun is his idea; I'm just a, you know, um..."
Sherlock:"My hostage!"
Watson:"Hostage, yes. That works."
Sherlock and Watson make their escape from police custody after Sherlock disarms a CO19 Officer of his Glock. (S2E3)

Two-Tone Glock 17

Detective Inspector Lestrade (Rupert Graves) uses a 3rd Generation two-tone Glock 17 at the end of S2E2. This is an error, as CID policemen are not armed with firearms and the detectives should call for the SCO19 for fire support.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation) with stainless steel slide - 9x19mm.
Lestrade aims his two-tone Glock 17 at the hound. (S2E2)

Beretta 92FS Inox

Henry Knight (Russell Tovey) uses a Beretta 92FS Inox in S2E2 when he thinks that the gigantic hound is outside his home. Judging from the color and reflectivity of the finish, this is likely the Tokyo Marui airsoft replica of the 92FS Inox. Moriarty also uses a 92FS Inox during the second season finale.

Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm.
Henry Knight snatches up his 92FS Inox when he sees something moving around in his yard. (S2E2)
Henry with his 92FS Inox. (S2E2)
Watson with Henry's 92FS Inox. (S2E2)
Moriarty (Andrew Scott) pulls out his Beretta 92FS Inox during his final confrontation with Sherlock. (S2E3)

M1911A1 (Unidentified Variant)

A hitman disguised as a repair man in S2E3 has a suppressed M1911A1 pistol stored in his tool box. Judging from the markings and the screws in the slide, this is likely a blank-firing replica.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol Commercial - .45 ACP
The assassin begins packing up his tools, giving the audience a brief view of the pistol hidden in his toolbox. (S2E3)


Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Multiple H&K MP5A3 submachine guns, outfitted with Surefire flashlight fore-ends and EoTech sights are seen being used by the CO19 Armed Response Unit throughout the second season finale.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight and safe-semi-two round burst trigger group - 9x19mm
A police officer armed with a MP5A3 prepares to search the London Tower. (S2E3)
A Closeup of a MP5A3 in the hands of an officer at the London Tower break-in. (S2E3)
An officer with an MP5A3 can be seen among the officers at 221B Baker Street. (S2E3)

Rifles

AK Variant

During Dr. Watson's flashback to his tour in Afghanistan, an ANA soldier is seen using a variant of the AK-47.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
An ANA soldier fires an AK rifle variant. (S1E1)

AK-47

One of the terrorist at the end of S2E1 is armed with an AK-47 rifle. As with the P226, this is likely an airsoft gun.

Poly Technologies AK-47 - 7.62x39mm.
A terrorist with an AK-47. (S2E1)

L85A2

A small number of L85A2 rifles are seen throughout the series.

L85A2 with SUSAT scope - 5.56x45mm NATO
A soldier in Afghanistan fires his L85A2. (S1E1)
A soldier on patrol at the Baskerville research facility. (S2E2)

Heckler & Koch G36C

Some of the soldiers at the Baskerville Research Facility are armed with Heckler & Koch G36C assault rifles.

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
The gate operator at the Baskerville facility scans Sherlock's ID while the guard looks on. Note the red dot scope and railed handguard. (S2E2)
Sherlock does his usual mental scan of the Baskerville gate guard, giving the audience a closeup of the G36C. (S2E2)

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Covert

An assassin under Moriarty's command is seen using an Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Covert sniper rifle.

AWC - 7.62x51mm
AWC - 7.62x51mm
The assassin unfolds the AWC's stock. Note how the barrel is detached. (S2E3)
The assassin attaches a suppressor to his AWC. (S2E3)
The assassin mounts a bipod to the AWC's forend. (S2E3)
The assassin aims his AWC. (S2E3)

Machine Guns

L7A2

Several British Army Soldiers in Afghanistan are seen with L7A2 machine guns.

L7A2 General Purpose Machine Gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
A soldier aims his L7A2. (S1E1)
A closeup of an L7A2. (S1E1)
A soldier armed with an L7A2 checks on Watson. (S1E1)
Watson sees a discarded L7A2 behind a baricade. (S1E1)
A soldier fires his L7A2. (S1E1)

L110A1

At least one soldier in Afghanistan is seen armed with an L110A1 (the U.K. designation for the FN Minimi Para).

FN Minimi Para with 100-round camo cloth ammo bag - 5.56x45mm.
The soldier in the background can be seen firing an L110A1. (S1E1)

DShK heavy machine gun

A DShK heavy machine gun is seen mounted on the terrorists Hummer at the end of S2E1.

DShKM on tripod - 12.7x108mm
The camera pans over the terrorists' hideout, briefly showing the DShK mounted on their vehicle. (S2E1)

Other Weapons

Type 69 RPG

An insurgent is seen using a Type 69 RPG during Watson's flashback.

Chinese Type 69 RPG - 40mm
An insurgent aims his Type 69. (S1E1)


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