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The Sopranos (1999-2007)

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

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Pistols

Beretta 84FS "Cheetah"

While in hiding in All Due Respect (5.13), Tony Blundetto (Steve Buscemi) carries a satin nickel Beretta 84FS in his waistband.

Beretta 84FS - Satin Nickel Finish - .380 ACP
Tony B. reveals the Beretta 84FS in his waistband.
Tony B. moves the Beretta 84FS in his waistband.

Beretta 85BB "Cheetah"

Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) uses a Beretta Model 85BB (pulling it out of the inside of a fish) to kill Chucky Signore (Sal Ruffino) in I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (1.13). (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun, as well as the image seen below.)

World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Beretta 85BB pistol. This live-firing weapon is verified as screen used by actor James Gandolfini in The Sopranos. This gun was fired onscreen in the episode I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (1.13) during the scene where Tony ambushes fellow mobster Chucky Signore (Sal Ruffino) on the docks and pulls this gun out of a fish’s mouth before using it to shoot him. (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun). Contact them via their website for more detailed images and purchasing information on this item.
Tony (James Gandolfini) pulls a Beretta Model 85 out of a fish and shoots Chucky (Sal Ruffino) with it.

Beretta 92FS

Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli) carries a suppressed Beretta 92FS during the opening robbery in A Hit is a Hit (1.10). Paulie (Tony Sirico) uses a Beretta when he is pulled over by a policeman he is friendly with in The Happy Wanderer (2.06) and when he, Tony, and Silvio execute Pussy in Funhouse (2.13). Furio Giunta (Federico Castelluccio) carries one when escorting a drug dealer from the Crazy Horse nightclub in "The Telltale Moozadell" (3.09). Benny Fazio and Petey LaRosa use Berettas to shoot Credenzo Curtis and Stanley Johnson in the Meadowlands in Whitecaps (4.13). Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) uses a suppressed Beretta during "the thing" he is told to do during his dream in The Test Dream (5.11). Vito Spatafore (Joseph R. Gannascoli) packs a Beretta 92FS when he goes on the lam in Mr. and Mrs. John Sacrimoni Request... (6.05). (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun, as well as the image seen below.)

World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Beretta 92FS. This blank firing weapon is verified as screen used by by actor Tony Sirico in The Sopranos. More detailed images and purchasing information on this item can be found at The Golden Closet; see this link.
Christopher holds his suppressed Beretta as Paulie stands behind him with his SIG.
Paulie (Tony Sirico) holds his Beretta on his police friend.
Paulie, Tony, and Silvio (Steven Van Zandt) prepare to kill Pussy.
Paulie, Tony, and Silvio shoot Pussy.
Tony Soprano aims his Beretta.
Vito (Joseph R. Gannascoli) picks up his Beretta.
Vito's Beretta on his hotel nightstand.

Beretta 92FS Inox

Phil Leotardo (Frank Vincent) uses a suppressed Beretta Inox to murder Angelo Garepe (Joe Santos) in The Test Dream (5.11). This scene is similar to how Frank Vincent's character was killed in Goodfellas. Silvio Dante (Steven Van Zandt) uses a Beretta 92FS Inox to kill Adriana La Cerva (Drea de Matteo) for going to the FBI in Long Term Parking (5.12). Phil Leotardo (Frank Vincent) draws one when he pays a visit to Tony Blundetto's hideout in All Due Respect (5.13)

Beretta 92FS Inox 9x19mm
Phil (Frank Vincent) pulls out his Beretta.

FEG R9

When going to visit his Uncle Junior in Meadowlands (1.04), Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) checks his FEG R9, a Hungarian copy of the Browning Hi-Power, before entering, heeding Junior's previous advice to "come heavy or not come at all". Paulie (Tony Sirico) also uses one when he and Christopher kill Mikey Palmice in I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (1.13). (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun).

World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used FEG R9 - 9x19mm. This blank firing weapon is verified as screen used by actor Tony Sirico in The Sopranos. This specific gun was the one fired onscreen when he and Christopher kill Mikey Palmice in I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (1.13). (IMFDB thanksThe Golden Closet for providing this image.)
Tony checks his FEG R9.
Paulie complains about poison ivy while holding his FEG R9.
Christopher (Michael Imperioli) and Paulie shoot Mikey Palmice.

Colt Commander

Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli) uses a Colt Commander when drunkenly shooting at Tony's car in Irregular Around the Margins (5.05).

Colt Commander M1991A1 - .45 ACP.
Christopher's Colt Commander is taken away by a bodyguard.

Colt Gold Cup National Match

During the making of Jon Favreau's movie in D-Girl (2.07), Gina (Sandra Bernhard) uses a suppressed Colt Gold Cup National Match.

Colt Gold Cup National Match (Mark IV, Series 70) - .45 ACP
Gina (Sandra Bernhard) with her 1911.

Colt Mk IV Series 80

In Sentimental Education (5.06), Carmela (Edie Falco) takes a Colt MK IV Series 80 Tony keeps hidden in the house and sticks it underneath a pillow before going to sleep.

Colt MK IV Series 80 with extended magazine - .45 ACP
Carmela finds Tony's 1911.
Carmela enters her bedroom with the 1911 to hide.

CZ 83

One of the Russian gangsters (Sasha Nesterov) who intimidates Christopher in Denial, Anger, Acceptance (1.03) carries a CZ 83, which he reveals to be unloaded.

CZ 83 9x18mm Makarov, .32 ACP, .380 ACP
The Russian holds a CZ 83 to Christopher's head.
The Russian intimidates Christopher.
The Russian clicks the CZ 83 next to Christopher's head.

Desert Eagle

Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli) uses a Desert Eagle during a truck hi-jacking in 46 Long (1.02) to hold up the driver (Charles Santy). His rapper friend Massive Genius (Bokeem Woodbine) also has a customized Desert Eagle with a scope attachment. The Russian mobster Valery (Vitali Baganov) has an ornate Desert Eagle with gold-plated features (similar to the gangsters' Desert Eagles in The Boondock Saints) in Pine Barrens (3.11).

A matte stainless Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum
Christopher sticks his Desert Eagle into the truck driver.
Christopher holds his Desert Eagle on the trucker.
Massive Genius shows Christopher his Desert Eagle.
A Desert Eagle Mark XIX with chrome finish, gold controls, and dark-ivory grip. This is an actual movie gun from the inventory of Weapons Specialists, Ltd. in New York, and was featured in The Sopranos, as seen below.
Valery's Desert Eagle in Pine Barrens.

Glock 17

Paulie (Tony Sirico) uses a suppressed Glock 17 during 46 Long (1.02). Homicide detective Vin Makazian (John Heard) has a Glock 17 in his holster, seen only when he dumps the bag containing his badge, handcuffs, and gun after his arrest in Nobody Knows Anything (1.11). FBI agent Mike Waldrup (Will Arnett) has a Glock 17 in his shoulder holster, seen in For All Debts Public and Private (4.01).

Glock 17 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Paulie steps through the apartment with his suppressed Glock.
Paulie hears a second voice in the apartment and aims his Glock 17.
Det. Vin Makazian's Glock.
Waldrup with his holstered Glock.

Glock 19

Glock pistols are the most used guns on the show, with the 9x19mm Glock 19 being most common variant.

  • Season 1: Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli) uses a Glock 19 to kill Emil Kolar in the pilot episode. Brendan Filone (Anthony DeSando) uses two different Glock 19s during the truck hijackings in 46 Long (1.02). One of his other hijackers, Special K (J.D. Williams), during the second job drops his Glock, killing the driver Hector Anthony (Manny Silverio). Mikey Palmice (Al Sapienza) uses a Glock to shoot Brendan Filone in episode 3. One of the hitmen that attacks Tony, William "Petite" Clayborn (John Eddins), has a two-tone 9 mm Glock in Isabella (1.12). Silvio Dante (Steven Van Zandt) uses a suppressed two-tone Glock during the Jimmy Altieri hit in I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (1.13).
  • Season 2: Gigi Cestone (John Fiore) shoots Philly Parisi (Dan Grimaldi) in the car in Guy Walks Into A Psychiatrist's Office... (2.01) with a Glock. Matt Bevilaqua (Lillo Brancato) and Sean Gismonte (Chris Tardio) use 9 mm Glocks in their assassination attempt on Christopher in Full Leather Jacket (2.08). Subsequently, Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) and Big Pussy (Vincent Pastore) each use a Glock when pumping bullets into Matt in the next episode From Where to Eternity.
  • Season 3: Jackie Aprile, Jr. (Jason Cerbone) carries a Glock in Season 3, most notably using it when robbing Christopher's card game.
  • Season 4: Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli) shoots Det. Lt. Barry Haydu (Tom Mason) with Haydu's own police-issue Glock 19, then plants the Glock in Haydu's hand to make it look like suicide in For All Debts Public and Private (4.01).
  • Season 6: Eugene Pontecorvo (Robert Funaro) uses a Glock when Christopher assigns him to the assassination in Members Only (6.01). Cary de Bartolo (James Vincent Romano), one of Paulie's guys, uses a Glock during the raid on the Colombian drug-laundering scheme in Mayham (6.03). Bobby (Steven R. Schirripa) uses a Glock to shoot an aspiring rapper to help his career in The Fleshy Part of the Thigh (6.04). Christopher fires a Glock 19 (which he had in an ankle holster) during his impromptu wine hiajcking with Tony Soprano in The Ride (6.09). Gerry Torciano (John Bianco) is killed by a Glock-using hitman in Stage 5 (6.14). Hoodlums with Glocks are used to kill Doc Santoro (Daniel P. Conte) and his bodyguard in Remember When (6.15). Christopher shoots J.T. Dolan (Tim Daly) with a Glock in Walk Like a Man (6.17). The hitmen that clipped Bobby in the toy store in The Blue Comet (6.20) use Glocks. In the same episode, Glocks are used by Italo to kill Phil's comare and her father, and one of the hitmen that shoots Silvio Dante.
World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Glock 19. This blank firing weapon is verified as screen used by actor James Gandolfini in The Sopranos. More detailed images and purchasing information on this item can be found at The Golden Closet; see here.
World IMFDB Exclusive: Another screen used Glock 19 from The Sopranos. This one was used by by actor Vincent Pastore and is being sold by The Golden Closet at this link. TRIVIA: This same gun was used onscreen by Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) in Funhouse (2.13) during the surreal dream sequence where Tony peers through a binocular viewer along a seaside boardwalk, but instead of seeing the ocean witnesses himself and Paulie Walnuts (Tony Sirico) playing cards in an abandoned warehouse. Tony pulls the weapon from his jacket and shoots Paulie in the chest at point blank range, knocking him backwards onto the ground.
Christopher shoots Emil Kolar.
Brendan (Anthony DeSando) with his Glock during the first truck hijacking with Christopher.
Brendan with his Glock, preparing for the second truck hijacking.
Mikey Palmice shoots Brendan Filone with a suppressed Glock.
Mikey Palmice shoots Brendan Filone.
Tony tries to disable Clayborn's Glock.
Clayborn falls out of the driver's window, Glock in hand, when he is shot by his partner Rasheen by accident.
Silvio puts a Glock to Jimmy Altieri's head.
Gigi Cestone shoots Philly Parisi. After shooting Philly twice inside a closed car, Gigi covers his ears, seeming momentarily deafened (and adding a sense of realism to the scene).
A New Jersey state policeman investigates the abandoned car with a Glock 19 in his holster in Do Not Resuscitate (2.02). In reality, the New Jersey State Police carried Heckler & Koch P7M8 or Heckler & Koch P7M13 pistols at this time (2000), switching to the Smith & Wesson SW99 the next year.
Matt (Lillo Brancato) draws his Glock when Furio visits the apartment.
Sean Gismonte (Chris Tardio) tries to kill Christopher in Season 2 with a Glock.
Matt shoots at Christopher.
Tony and Pussy kill Matt.
Pussy fires a Glock into Matt.
Tony's Glock as he shoots Matt.
Two disguised FBI agents outside Tony's house draw Glocks in "Mr. Ruggiero's Neighborhood" (3.01).
Jackie Aprile (Jason Cerbone) aims his Glock in "Amour Fou" (3.12).
Eugene (Robert Funaro) carries out a hit with a Glock.
Cary de Bartolo (James Vincent Romano) puts his Glock to a Colombian's head.
Cary and Paulie threaten a Colombian.
Christopher holds the gang members at bay while Tony steals the wine.
Christopher fires out his car window, hitting one of the Vipers gangsters.
A hitman shoots Gerry Torciano (John Bianco).
Hoodlums with Glocks kill Doc Santoro (Daniel P. Conte) and his bodyguard.
Christopher shoots J.T. Dolan (Tim Daly).
Italo shoots Yarnya's father, thinking he is Phil.
A hitman searches for Bobby Bacala (Steven R. Schirripa) in the toy store.
Both hitmen shoot Bacala.

Glock 22

Most of the FBI agents during the raid on Johnny Sack's house in All Due Respect (5.13) carry .40 caliber Glock 22s.

Glock 22 (2nd generation) - .40 S&W
A female FBI agent holds her Glock 22.

Glock 23

A .40 caliber Glock 23 is seen multiple times throughout the series being carried and used by Tony (James Gandolfini), as well as others. Paulie (Tony Sirico) uses one while chasing Valery, one of Slava's guys, through the woods in Pine Barrens in the third season.

Glock 23 - .40 S&W
Tony checks his Glock 23 before entering Janice's house.
Tony's Glock 23 falls out of his jacket when he falls down leaving Janice's house.
Paulie and Christopher follow Valery through Pine Barrens.
Paulie holds his Glock on Valery.
Paulie fires at Valery.
Paulie shoots his Glock 23 in the woods.

Jericho 941 R

One of Tony's men, Dante Greco (Anthony J. Ribustello), draws a two-tone Jericho 941 R while in hiding in Made in America (6.21).

Two-tone Jericho 941 R - 9mm, .41 AE
Dante with a Jericho 941 R.

Kahr K9

Walden Belfiore (Frank John Hughes) uses a Kahr K9 to kill Phil Leotardo (Frank Vincent) at a gas station in Made in America (6.21). This was the 92nd, and final, murder of the series.

Kahr K9 - 9x19mm
Phil's wife fails to notice the Kahr K9 pointed at his head.

Luger P08

While checking a load of World War II swag in "House Arrest" (2.11), Pussy (Vincent Pastore) examines a Luger P08.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
Paulie with a Springfield rifle in the background as Pussy looks over a Luger.

M1911A1

One of the carjackers in Commendatori (2.04) uses a M1911A1 which, for some reason, has its slide locked back. Christopher (Michael Imperioli) carries a 1911 when he and Paulie are lost in the woods in Pine Barrens (3.11). One of the FBI agents arresting Johnny Sack in All Due Respect (5.13) also carries a 1911. Paulie (Tony Sirico) carries a nickel-plated 1911, using it to shoot a waiter in Two Tonys (5.01), a Colombian drug dealer in Mayham (6.03), and to intimidate Jason Barone (Chris Diamantopoulos) in The Fleshy Part of the Thigh (6.04). During the editing process of Christopher's film Cleaver in Stage 5 (6.14), Daniel Baldwin can be seen brandishing a 1911.

Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP
Commercial Satin Nickel M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP. Manufactured on license by Remington Rand.
The carjacker forces the wife out of the Mercedes.
The carjacker sits in the passenger seat with his locked-back 1911.
Christopher points a 1911 at Valery.
Paulie and Christopher follow Valery through Pine Barrens.
Christopher draws his 1911 when he suspects Paulie of sabotaging him.
Christopher threatens Paulie with his 1911.
Paulie fires his 1911 at a waiter.
A 1911-carrying FBI agent with Johnny Sack.
Paulie fires his 1911 at the Colombian.
Paulie threatens Jason Barone.
Daniel Baldwin plays a 1911-toting mob boss in Christopher's movie.

Ruger Mk II

Fabian Petruilio, a.k.a. "Fred Peters" (Tony Ray Rossi), the ex-mobster in the Witness Protection Program, carries a Ruger Mk II Pistol fitted with Pachmayr grips, which he contemplates killing Tony with in College (1.05).

Ruger Mk II pistol with standard heavy barrel - .22LR
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The Ruger sits on Fred's car seat.
Fred Peters aims at Tony and Meadow.
Fred Peters with his Ruger Mk II when he hears a noise outside his office.
Fred Peters' Ruger Mk II at his feet as Tony garrottes him in front of his office. Here we get a good close up of the Pachmayr grips.

SIG-Sauer P225

Furio Giunta (Federico Castelluccio) uses a SIG-Sauer P225 to shoot out the kneecap of a pimp who owes Tony money in Big Girls Don't Cry (2.05). Bobby Bacala Sr. (Burt Young) uses a P225 when he is sent to kill Mustang Sally (and his friend Carlos) in Another Toothpick (3.05). Carlo Renzi (Louis Crugnali) uses a P225 when he, Jackie, and Dino rob Christopher's card game in Amour Fou (3.12).

SIG-Sauer P225 - 9x19mm
Furio shoots the pimp in his kneecap.
Bobby Sr. aims at Mustang Sally.
Sally turns and sees Bobby's SIG P225.
Bobby shoots off part of Sally's ear.
Bobby kills Sally during their fight.
Carlo puts a gun to "Sunshine"'s head.

SIG-Sauer P226

An FBI agent busting into Pussy and Jimmy's bar in Nobody Knows Anything carries a SIG-Sauer P226. Janice Soprano (Aida Turturro) kills Richie Aprile (David Proval) with a SIG-Sauer in The Knight in White Satin Armor (2.12). Tony (James Gandolfini) uses a P226 to kill Pussy in Funhouse (2.13). One of the Colombian drug dealers in Mayham (6.03) uses a SIG, which is then picked up and used by Cary de Bartolo (James Vincent Romano). (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun, as well as the image seen below.)

World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used SIG-Sauer P226. This blank firing weapon is verified as screen used by actor James Gandolfini in The Sopranos. This specific gun was the one fired onscreen when he, Paulie, and Silvio kill Pussy in Funhouse (2.13). More detailed images and purchasing information on this item can be found at The Golden Closet; see this link.
An FBI agent holds his SIG on Jimmy.
Rasheen Ray (Touche) loads a SIG-Sauer P226 in Isabella (1.12). When performing the actual attempted hit on Tony a different day, he uses a P228.
Janice kills Richie with her SIG.
Janice shoots Richie during dinner.
Paulie, Tony, and Silvio shoot Pussy.
Tony fires a shot into Pussy on the boat.
Cary aims one of the drug dealer's SIG-Sauers.

SIG-Sauer P228

Paulie (Tony Sirico) uses a SIG-Sauer P228 with a suppressor in A Hit is a Hit. Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) takes another P228 out of his ceiling during the indictments in The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti (1.08), hiding it in a hat box at his mother's nursing home apartment. Mikey Palmice (Al Sapienza) uses a P228 to kill Donnie Paduana inside his car in Isabella (1.12). In that same episode, Rasheen Ray (Touche) uses a P228 to try and kill Tony, later causing him to lament about the incident: "Two pricks with nine millimeters... my self-esteem is non-existant right now", referring to Ray's P228 and his partner's Glock 19. One of Phil's soldiers, Raymond "Ray-Ray" D'Abaldo (Rick Aiello), uses a P228 to shoot at Silvio Dante in The Blue Comet (6.20).

World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used SIG-Sauer P228 pistol with non-functional prop silencer. This live firing weapon is verified as screen used by actor Tony Sirico in The Sopranos. This gun was fired onscreen in the episode A Hit Is A Hit (1.10) during the scene where Paulie and other members of the Sopranos crew pose as furniture movers and ambush a drug cartel bagman and steal his money. After the hold up, Paulie shoots the man in the head at point blank range before making off with his drug money (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun. Contact them via their website for more detailed images and purchasing information on this item.)
Paulie aims his suppressed SIG-Sauer P228 on Gallegos.
Paulie with a SIG-Sauer.
SIG-Sauer P228 - 9x19mm
Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli) chambers a SIG-Sauer P228 after Mikey Palmice shot Brendan Filone and hired Russians to break his own neck in Meadowlands (1.04).
Tony hides a SIG P228.
Mikey, P228 in hand, prepares to drive Junior away from a crime scene.
One of Tony's assassins, Rasheen Ray, runs to the car with a P228.
Tony fights a P228 out of one of his assassin's hands.
Ray Ray aims his SIG.

SIG-Sauer P230

During the making of Jon Favreau's movie in D-Girl (2.07), Janeane Garofalo is shown using a suppressed blued SIG-Sauer P230.

SIG-Sauer P230 - .380 ACP
Janeane Garofalo on the movie set with a prop P230.
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Smith & Wesson 4043

Big Pussy (Vincent Pastore) uses a suppressed Smith & Wesson 4043 (Stainless slide with alloy frame) when he and Paulie go to see Jerome and Arnaz in 46 Long (1.02). Antjuan (Sharif Rashed), a truck hijacker with Brendan Filone, uses one later in the same episode, holding it "gangster-style" until Brendan angrily corrects him.

Smith & Wesson 4046 (stainless slide and frame) - .40 S&W
Pussy with his S&W 4043.
Pussy sticks the suppressor into Jerome's mouth.
Antjuan holds his S&W 4043 "gangster-style".
Brendan corrects the thug's grip.

Smith & Wesson 4505

Billy Leotardo (Chris Caldovino) uses a Smith & Wesson 4505 to shoot and kill Lorraine Calluzzo in All Happy Familes... (5.04).

Smith & Wesson 4505 - .45 ACP
Billy Leotardo shoots Lorraine for not kicking money up to Johnny Sack.

Smith & Wesson 5904

A blued Smith & Wesson 5904 with a rounded trigger guard is visible at the top of Pussy's hidden armory in his garage, seen in From Where to Eternity (2.09).

Late Model Smith & Wesson 5904 - 9x19mm. The early model 5904 pistols had the finger step trigger guard, but S&W changed it to the rounded trigger guard for 'ease of production'.
A S&W 5904 is seen at the top of the armory.

Smith & Wesson 5946

Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli) carries a Smith & Wesson 5946 throughout the show. It is the one he uses when killing Mikey Palmice in I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (1.13) and when he attacks Det. Lt. Barry Haydu in For All Debts Public and Private (4.01). Silvio (Steven Van Zandt) uses a 5943 when he, Paulie, and Tony kill Pussy in Funhouse (2.13). (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun).

World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Smith & Wesson 5946. This blank firing weapon is verified as screen used by actor Michael Imperioli in The Sopranos. This specific gun was the one fired onscreen when Christopher and Paulie kill Mikey Palmice in I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (1.13). More detailed images and purchasing information on this item can be found at The Golden Closet; see here.
Another screen-used Smith & Wesson 5946 from The Sopranos. This one was used by actor Steven Van Zandt (Silvio) when he, Paulie, and Tony kill Pussy in Funhouse (2.13). More detailed images and purchasing information on this item can be found at The Golden Closet; see here.
Christopher points his 5946 at Mikey Palmice.
Christopher and Paulie shoot Mikey Palmice.
Paulie, Tony, and Silvio prepare to kill Pussy.
Paulie, Tony, and Silvio shoot Pussy.
Christopher holds his S&W 5946 on Det. Haydu.

Star Firestar M-43

Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli) shoots the bakery clerk in the foot with a Star Firestar M-43 in The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti (1.08). (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun).

TRIVIA: The scene in the bakery also featured the first Sopranos screen appearance of actor Joseph R. Gannascoli, who played a bakery customer named "Gino". Mr. Gannascoli later returned to the series as one of the principle Sopranos characters Vito Spatafore.

World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Star Firestar M-43 pistol. This live firing weapon is verified as screen used by actor Michael Imperioli in The Sopranos. This gun was fired onscreen in the episode The Legend of Tennesee Moltisanti (1.08) during the scene where Christopher loses his temper at a bakery employee and shoots him in the foot. (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun; contact them via their website for more detailed images and purchasing information on this item.)
Christopher points his Star Firestar at the bakery clerk.

Walther PPK

Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli) carries a stainless .380 Walther PPK in an ankle holster in the second season episode Full Leather Jacket (2.08) when he is shot at by Matt Bevilaqua and Sean Gismonte. (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun).

World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Walther PPK. This blank firing weapon is verified as screen used by actor Michael Imperioli in The Sopranos. More detailed images and purchasing information on this item can be found at The Golden Closet; see here.
Christopher drops his PPK when he is first shot by Sean and Matt.
Christopher picks up his PPK to return fire.
Christopher shoots Sean in the head.
Christopher lays unconscious next to his empty PPK.

Walther PPK/S

Silvio Dante (Steven Van Zandt) uses a stainless Walther PPK/S in The Blue Comet (6.20) while trying to defend himself from Phil's killers. (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun).

Another screen-used Walther PPK/S from The Sopranos. This one was used by actor Steven Van Zandt and is being sold by The Golden Closet at this link.
Silvio reaches for his PPK/S.
Silvio is shot in the side, PPK/S in hand.

Revolvers

Colt Python

In the DVD menu for Season 1, a hand is seen checking a 4"-barreled Colt Python with white grips.

Colt Python with 4" Barrel - .357 Magnum
The Colt Python in the Season 1 DVD menu.

Ruger SP101

Jimmy Altieri (Joe Badalucco, Jr.) reaches for a Ruger SP101 snub from an ankle holster when he is set up to be murdered in I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (1.13), but Christopher (Michael Imperioli) takes it away leaving Jimmy to be shot by Silvio's suppressed Glock. Jimmy seems to have a knack for keeping .357 revolvers in his ankle holster, as an FBI agent removed a Smith & Wesson Model 13 from an ankle holster two episodes previously. It is only seen briefly but the grips and the cylinder give it away as an SP101.

Ruger SP101 - .357 Magnum
Jimmy reveals the Ruger SP101 in his ankle holster.
Christopher knocks Jimmy's hand away and takes the Ruger SP101.

Ruger Speed Six Snub

Christopher (Michael Imperioli) uses a snubnose Ruger Speed Six when robbing a college benefit concert with Jackie Aprile Jr. in Fortunate Son (3.03). In a 1982 flashback, a young Tony Soprano uses a snubnose Ruger Speed Six to commit his first murder, a bookie named Willie Overall (Herbert Rogers) in Remember When (6.15). Tony (James Gandolfini) also uses one to pistol-whip and beat up Coco, one of Phil's guys, for intimidating his daughter.

Ruger Speed Six with stainless steel finish - .357 Magnum, .38 Special, .38 S&W, 9x19mm
Dino and Christopher hold up the concert.
Christopher sticks his snubnose in the ticketer's face upon being told most students pay with student funds.
Tony "makes his bones" with his Ruger Speed Six.
Tony holds his snubnose on Butchie after beating up Coco.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

Salvatore "Mustang Sally" Intile (Brian Tarantina) keeps a Smith & Wesson Model 10 with a 3" barrel in his waistband, attempting to draw it as Bobby Sr. attacks him.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 with three inch barrel - .38 Special
Mustang Sally picks up his snubnose when Carlos sees someone outside.
Mustang Sally asks Carlos to describe the man outside.
Mustang Sally desperately reaches for the Model 10 Snub in his waistband while struggling with Bobby Sr.

Smith & Wesson Model 13

An FBI agent disarms Jimmy Altieri (Joe Badalucco, Jr.) of a Smith & Wesson Model 13 during the raid in Nobody Knows Anything (1.11).

Smith & Wesson Model 13 - .357 Magnum
The agent pulls out Jimmy's S&W revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model 29

David Scatino (Robert Patrick) considers suicide in Bust Out (2.10) with a Smith & Wesson Model 29 that he keeps in the ceiling of his basement.

Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 Magnum
David Scatino lays on his pool table with his S&W Model 29.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Richie Aprile (David Proval) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 36, seen most notably in Bust Out (2.10). Jackie Aprile, Jr. (Jason Carbone) is given a Model 36 by his uncle Ralph (Joe Pantoliano), who tells him the .38 isn't very intimidating but is very reliable and will "always get the job done". A Model 36 is also visible in Pussy's hidden armory. Corrado "Uncle Junior" Soprano (Dominic Chianese) shoots Tony Soprano in the stomach with a Model 36 during a case of mistaken identity in Members Only (6.01). (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun, as well as the image seen below.)

World IMFDB Exclusive: Screen used Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolver. This non-firing replica weapon is verified as screen used by actor Dominic Chianese in The Sopranos. This gun was used as a stand-in for the virtually identical live firing Rossi Model 68 during part of the sequence where Uncle Junior has a fit of dementia and shoots his nephew Tony Soprano in the stomach in the episode Members Only (6.01). (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun; contact them via their website for more detailed images and purchasing information on this item).
Richie holds his Model 36 on "Beansie" in Toodle-Fucking-Oo (2.03).
A Model 36 hangs on the wall near Pussy's head in From Where to Eternity.
Richie holds his Model 36 on Janice.
Ralph gives Jackie a Model 36.
Uncle Junior runs away from Tony with the revolver.
Junior hides the Model 36 under his bed.

Smith & Wesson Model 38 Bodyguard

Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli) pulls a Smith & Wesson Model 38 'Bodyguard' from an ankle holster to impress Jon Favreau, who plays himself in D-Girl (2.07).

Smith and Wesson Model 38 'Bodyguard' with hammer shroud - .38 Special
Favreau is shocked when Christopher tosses him his revolver.
Favreau gives Christopher his Bodyguard back after Christopher embarrasses him.

Smith & Wesson Model 586

While beating up the husband-wife brothel owners in Big Girls Don't Cry (2.05), Furio Giunta (Federico Castelluccio) takes a Smith & Wesson Model 586 from behind the brothel's counter and fires several shots into the air to scare off patrons before ditching it.

Smith & Wesson Model 586 - .357 Magnum
Furio takes the Model 586 from behind the counter.

Smith & Wesson Model 60

Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) keeps a classic Smith & Wesson Model 60 with a bobbed hammer and black rubber grips in an ankle holster, which his mistress Gloria Trillo (Annabella Sciorra) finds on his left ankle in "The Telltale Moozadell" (3.09).

Classic Smith & Wesson Model 60 - .38 Special
Gloria finds the Model 60 holstered on Tony's ankle.
Gloria remarks to Tony that the Model 60 is heavy.
Gloria hands the Model 60 back to Tony after holding it.

Smith & Wesson Model 629

A Smith & Wesson Model 629 can be seen among the guns in Massive Genius's (Bokeem Woodbine) gun rack in A Hit is a Hit (1.10).

Smith & Wesson Model 629 with 4" Barrel - .44 Magnum
Massive Genius's Smith & Wesson Model 629 hangs on the bottom of the display, under the MD-63 and Desert Eagle.

Smith & Wesson Model 642

One of the carjackers in Commendatori (2.04) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 642.

Smith & Wesson Model 642 - .38 Special
The carjacker holds his S&W on Barry, the Mercedes driver.
The carjacker forces Barry out of the car.

Smith & Wesson Model 686 Snubnose

Phil Leotardo (Frank Vincent) holds a snubnose Smith & Wesson Model 686 on Lorraine Calluzzo (Patti D'Arbanville) in Where's Johnny (5.03), firing it at her chest through a phone book (but only getting to the 'R' section). Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) holds one on Christopher in Irregular Around the Margins (5.05) when Christopher holds his own gun on him and accuses him of sleeping with his girlfriend.

Smith & Wesson Model 686 with 2" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Phil holds his snub on Lorraine.
Tony holds his snub on Christopher.

Unidentified Revolver

Patsy Parisi (Dan Grimaldi) shows up drunk at Tony's house in "Mr. Ruggiero's Neighborhood" (3.01) with a revolver, possibly a Ruger.

Patsy draws his revolver.
Patsy aims his revolver.
Patsy lowers his revolver.

Submachine Guns

MP40

Furio (Federico Castelluccio) is seen carrying an MP40 as part of a collection of World War II swag in "House Arrest" (2.11).

MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm
Furio carries an MP40 as Silvio talks to Tony.

Micro Uzi

Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) gives his wife Carmela (Edie Falco) a Micro Uzi to hide when he hears about the indictments in The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti (1.08). He later stashes it under some clothes in a box in the closet of his mother's retirement home apartment. A Micro Uzi is also seen in Pussy's hidden gun cabinet.

Micro Uzi with 15 rd magazine - 9mm
Tony pulls a Micro Uzi from the ceiling.
Tony hides his Micro Uzi under some clothes in a box in Livia's closet
A Micro Uzi is seen at the bottom of Pussy's gun wall.

Uzi

Several Uzi submachine guns are found by the FBI under Pussy Bonpensiero's pool table during the bar raid in Nobody Knows Anything (1.11).

IMI Uzi 9mm
The FBI agents discover AKs and Uzis.

Rifles / Carbines

AK-47

In Pilot (1.01), Carmela (Edie Falco) confronts a presumed burglar outside her house at night with an AK-47. Several AKs and variants are discovered by FBI agents under Pussy's pool table during the bar raid in Nobody Knows Anything (1.11).

Type III AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
Carmella confronting Meadow with an AK-47
The FBI agents discover AKs and Uzis.

Armalite AR-10

Bobby Bacala (Steven R. Schirripa) gives Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) an Armalite AR-10 for his 47th birthday in Soprano Home Movies (6.13). Bobby describes the weapon as "800 rounds per... Panther-fluted barrel." It appears to be a DPMS rifle not an Armalite which might give some meaning to the panther line. Tony keeps this weapon when he goes into hiding in The Blue Comet (6.20) and Made in America (6.21). Although Bobby specifically refers to the weapon as an AR-10, he is certainly not a qualified weapons expert.

Closeups of the gun in episode "Soprano Home Movies(6.13)" show that the gun used in show was actually an AR15 with a magazine modified to look like the AR10.

Oddly, in both episodes "The Blue Comet (6.20)" and "Made in America (6.21)", it's very clear that it is indeed an AR-10. A sure sign of this is the magwell is enlarged and widened. Also, Tony has removed the Aimpoint Optic and Crimson Trace vertical grip.

The weapon has the following installed on it:

Armalite AR-10 A4C Carbine - 7.62x51mm
Tony fires his AR-10.
Bobby watches Tony test his new weapon.
Tony thanks Bobby, AR-10 in hand. Note selector on Auto and the unusual vertical foregrip. Also note how the magazine extends out the rear of the magazine well, covering a portion of the trigger guard.
Tony cradles his AR-10 as he tries to sleep.
Tony wakes up next to his AR-10. Note the lack of the Crimson Trace grip and Aimpoint optic.

Custom Norinco Type 56-1

In A Hit is a Hit (1.10), Christopher's rapper friend Massive Genius (Bokeem Woodbine) has a nickel-plated Norinco Type 56-1 with ivory furniture (including a Romanian AIM-style vertical grip). This weapon was originally made for the movie Belly, and it was also seen in Lord of War.

Nickel plated Norinco Type 56-1 used in Belly.
The nickel Norinco Type 56-1 can be seen in Massive Genius's cabinet, above a Desert Eagle and Smith & Wesson revolver.

Norinco Type 84S

In Two Tonys (5.01), Tony (James Gandolfini), Benny Fazio (Max Casella), and Little Paulie Germani (Carl Capotorto) each handle a Norinco Type 84S to defend Tony and Carmela's home from a bear.

Norinco Type 84S - 5.56mm
Benny takes the Norinco Type 84S from Carmela.
Little Paulie watches for the bear.
Tony sits outside with the Norinco Type 84S.

Springfield Model 1842

A Springfield Model 1842 musket hangs from the bar where Meadow Soprano (Jamie-Lynn Sigler) gets drunk with the girls she meets at Colby College in Maine in "College" (1.05).

Springfield 1841 - .69 caliber muzzleloader.
The flintlock rifle hangs above the bar as Meadow and her friends look back at Tony.

Springfield M1903

In "House Arrest" (2.11), Paulie (Tony Sirico) finds an M1903 Springfield among a collection of World War II swag and plays around, racking the bolt on it.

Springfield M1903 Mk 1 - .30-06
Paulie with a Springfield rifle in the background as Pussy looks over a Luger.

Sporter Mauser 98

Artie Bucco (John Ventimiglia) holds a sporterized Mauser up to Tony after he finds out Tony burnt down his restaurant in the first season episode I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (1.13) before breaking it apart against his station wagon out of shame and anger. Bobby Bacala (Steven R. Schirripa) carries a similar rifle when helping Tony look for Paulie and Christopher in Pine Barrens (3.11).

Artie yells at Tony with his rifle.
Bobby Bacala helps Tony look for Paulie and Christopher.

Shotguns

Beretta DT-10

Tony presents Carmela's father Hugh DeAngelis (Tom Aldredge) with a 12-Gauge Beretta DT-10 O/U shotgun with a 28 inch barrel for his 75th birthday in Marco Polo (5.08).

Hugh opens the case and sees the Beretta from Tony.
Hugh excitedly wields the shotgun as Tony tells him about it.
Hugh aims during the party.

Ithaca 37

Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) uses a 12 gauge Ithaca 37 pump-action shotgun in All Due Respect (5.13) and leaves it at the scene of the crime.

Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 Gauge
Tony raises his shotgun.
Tony approaches his kill with his shotgun.
Tony places the Ithaca next to the corpse.

Remington 870

An FBI agent who bursts into Jimmy and Pussy's bar in Nobody Knows Anything (1.11) has a Remington 870 with black synthetic furniture and a dedicated fore end weaponlight.

Remington 870 New Model with Black Synthetic Furniture - 12 Gauge
The FBI agent with his shotgun.

Remington 870 Folding Stock

In The Legend Of Tennessee Moltisanti (1.08), Tony (James Gandolfini) is seen taking a Remington 870 Police Magnum equipped with a top-folding stock from a cash/gun stash in a ceiling air duct opening in his house and putting it in a duffel bag as part of his 'spring cleaning' in anticipation of a police raid. He later stashes it under some clothes in a box in the closet of his mother's retirement home apartment.

Remington 870 Police Magnum with stock folded - 12 Gauge
Tony takes his 870 from his gun stash and hands it to Carmela.
Tony hides his 870 under some clothes in a box in Livia's closet.

Winchester Model 1300

Two shotguns, including a pistol-gripped Winchester Model 1300, are seen inside Pussy's hidden wall armory in From Where to Eternity (2.09).

Winchester M1300 with extended tube and pistol grip - 12 Gauge
Pussy reaches inside his armory to pull out two Glock 19s for him and Tony..

Sawed-Off Side-by-Side Double-Barreled Shotgun

Tony Soprano (James Gandolfini) keeps a hammerless lupara shotgun in the console of his Cadillac Escalade, most notably seen in Walk Like a Man (6.17).

This is the screen used Zapala short barreled shotgun used by Denzel Washington in the film Man on Fire, very similar to Tony's lupara on The Sopranos.
Tony reaches for his shotgun.
Tony prepares to fire if needed.

Other

Mk 2 hand grenade

Benny Fazio (Max Casella) spots a Mk 2 hand grenade inside a secret compartment in the Soprano home where Tony and Carmela keep an Type 84S and a M1911A1.

Mk 2 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
The Mk 2 grenade inside the compartment.

Non Guns

Several "Non Guns" are used on the show.

Beretta 92FS

Bobby Bacala (Steven R. Schirripa) uses a Beretta non-gun in Soprano Home Movies (6.13) to carry out a hit for Tony's French-Canadian friends. In the same episode, a flashback to Johnny Sack's arrest in 2004 shows Tony (James Gandolfini) throwing a pistol into the snow, which a neighbor kid retrieves later that night. Strangely, the pistol resembles a Glock-type weapon when it is thrown by Tony, but is a Beretta non-gun when it is recovered.

Beretta 92F Non Gun
A kid finds Tony's Beretta in the snow.
Bobby aims at his target in Montreal.
Bobby kills his target.

Beretta Inox

Joe Peeps (Joe Maruzzo) goes to Lorraine Calluzzo's house with a Beretta Inox non-gun to kill her, but allows Billy Leotardo (Chris Caldovino) to kill her with his SIG instead.

Beretta Inox Non Gun
Joe Peeps shows Lorraine his gun.

M1911A1

Ally Boy Barese uses a Colt .45 non-gun in Amour Fou (3.12) to execute Dino Zerilli after the card game robbery attempt. In the same episode, Patsy Parisi (Dan Grimaldi) holds a 1911 non-gun to Gloria Trillo (Annabella Sciorra) when she refuses to stay away from Tony. Tony Blundetto (Steve Buscemi) uses one when shooting Phil during The Test Dream and Phil's brother Billy in Long Term Parking (5.12).

Colt 1911 Non Gun
Christopher (with the PPK non-gun) and Ally Boy (with the 1911) shoot Dino Zerilli.
Patsy Parisi threatens Gloria with his 1911.
Tony Blundetto's gun.
Tony Blundetto (Steve Buscemi) aims his 1911 at Phil. This is a non-firing replica, as opposed to the genuine "Non-Guns" seen in the other shots.

Non Descript Pocket Pistol

Vito Spatafore (Joseph R. Gannascoli) uses a small caliber semi automatic pistol to shoot Jackie Jr in Army of One (3.13).

Ng pistol ND blk.jpg
Vito shoots Jackie Jr. with a non-gun.

Walther PPK

Christopher Moltisanti (Michael Imperioli) pulls out a non-gun when Jackie Jr.'s card game heist goes awry, using it to kill Carlo Renzi inside and execute Dino Zerilli outside (with Ally Boy Barese).

Ng pistol PPK SN.jpg
Christopher shoots Carlo Renzi.
Christopher (with the non-gun) and Ally Boy (with the 1911) shoot Dino Zerilli.

Harrington & Richardson STR022 Starting Pistol

At Anthony Jr.'s swimming match in Bust Out (2.10), a Harrington & Richardson STR022 starting pistol is fired into the air.

Harrington & Richardson STR022 - .22 Short blanks
The starting pistol is fired.


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