Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
DS9logo.jpg
Title Card
Country USA.jpg USA
Genre Science Fiction
Broadcast 1993-1999
No. of Seasons 7
No. of Episodes 176
Main Cast
Character Actor
CDR/CAPT Benjamin Sisko Avery Brooks
Major Kira Nerys Nana Visitor
Odo René Auberjonois
Dr. Julian Bashir Alexander Siddig
LT/LCDR Jadzia Dax (1993-1998) Terry Farrell
ENS/LTJG Ezri Dax (1998-1999) Nicole de Boer
LCDR Worf Michael Dorn
SCPO Miles O'Brien Colm Meaney
Jake Sisko Cirroc Lofton
Quark Armin Shimerman



Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is the second sequel series to the original Star Trek. Set during the same time period as Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine starred Avery Brooks as Commander (later Captain) Benjamin Sisko, a Starfleet officer in command of a Federation outpost at the edge of the galaxy. The majority of the real-world firearms seen in this series were in the episodes that involved time travel or a Holodeck simulation. The series aired for 7 seasons in syndication from 1993 to 1999.

The following weapons were used in the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine:


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Pistols

High Standard Sharpshooter M

In the episode "Our Man Bashir", Miles O'Brien (Colm Meaney) is superimposed onto the holosuite character "Falcon," an assassin for hire, who menaces Dr. Bashir (Alexander Siddig) with a High Standard Sharpshooter M.

High Standard Sharpshooter M - .22 LR
Falcon holds his High Standard Sharpshooter M on Dr. Bashir and Garak.
Falcon confronts Dr. Bashir with his High Standard Sharpshooter M.
And later threatens Garak (Andrew J. Robinson) towards the end of the episode.

M1911

In the Season Four episode "Little Green Men," Ferengi Quark (Armin Shimmerman), Rom (Max Grodenchik), and Nog (Aron Eisenberg), accidentally travel back in time to Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947, when they are captured by the U.S. military. The majority of the U.S soldiers are armed with M1911 pistols, which is somewhat anachronistic considering the M1911A1 had long since replaced the M1911 by that point in time.

Original Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
Quark, Rom and Nog finds themselves held at gunpoint with Colt M1911 pistols before being taken away for interrogation.
After Nog knocks Captain Wainwright (James MacDonald) to the ground, an MP threatens him with his M1911. This particular MP is played by Ken Lesco, a veteran stuntman who had appearances in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.

Walther P38

Falcon´s thugs in "Our Man Bashir" are armed with Walther P38 as their sidearms. In "A Simple Investigation", Chief O´Brien reprises his role as Falcon, where he uses a Walther P38 instead of the High Standard HDM seen in "Our Man Bashir".

Walther P38 - 9x19mm
One of the henchmen in "Our Man Bashir" (BJ Davis) barges into Julian Bashir´s hotel suite, his Walther P38 at the ready.
O´Brien deeply enjoys snatching the girl away from Bashir, his Walther P38 in hand in "A Simple Investigation".

Walther PPK

In the episode "Our Man Bashir", the protagonists are trapped in a holosuite running a James Bond-esque spy simulation, the malfunction also causing Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks) to believe he is the character he's playing; an evil scientist bent on world domination named Dr. Noah. Both he and Julian Bashir (Alexander Siddig) are armed with Walther PPK's as their main weapons.

Walther PPK .380 ACP with stainless steel finish
Dr. Noah admires Dr. Bashir´s pocket pistol, his nickel Walther PPK in hand.
A Walther PPK in Bashir´s own armoury on the lower right. Other weapons (top left down): Mauser C96, and a Nambu Type 14. The other firearms have not yet been identified.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5K

The police officers outside the Sanctuary District in "Past Tense, Part II" are most prominently seen with Heckler & Koch MP5K submachine guns. The men ultimately use them with mounted laser aiming modules.

MP5K 9x19mm with the PDW-style folding stock attached, commonly used in films to emulate the PDW.
A Heckler & Koch MP5K circled in red.

Heckler & Koch SP89

Some of the men are also seen with Heckler & Koch SP89 pistols, which are also equipped with the laser aiming modules and PDW-style folding stocks.

Heckler & Koch SP89 Pistol with factory 15-round magazine 9x19mm
The officers storm the building towards the end of the episode. The large LAM is clearly visible on the left SP89.

Rifles

Enfield L85A1

In the episode "Past Tense, Part II", National Guard soldiers can be seen armed with L85A1 rifles, complete with SUSAT scopes.

L85A1 with SUSAT scope - 5.56x45mm
A National Guard soldier disembarks a truck, armed with an L85A1.

M1 Garand

U.S soldiers in "Little Green Men" are seen carrying M1 Garand rifles.

M1 Garand semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
Two soldiers stand guard outside the building the Ferengi are being held in.

Shotguns

Remington Model 870 Folding Stock

In the episode "Past Tense", Benjamin Sisko and several other protagonists are sent back in time to 21st-century San Francisco due to a transporter accident, arriving just before a major riot that led to a major change in human rights on Earth. Several San Francisco Police officers can be seen armed with Remington Model 870 folding stock shotguns, one of which Sisko gets a hold of when a hostage situation develops, using it to try to maintain order and protect the hostages.

Remington 870 Police Folder with extended magazine tube 12 Gauge
Benjamin Sisko with a Remington Model 870 folding stock shotgun
B.C. (Frank Military) holds a Remington Model 870 folding stock on one of the hostages

Franchi SPAS-12

Franchi SPAS-12 with stock folded and butt-hook removed - 12 Gauge

Mossberg 500 Bullpup

The squad leader of the men in "Past Tense, Part II" tasked with storming the building Sisko and Bashir are holed up in is armed with a Mossberg 500 Bullpup shotgun.

Mossberg 500 Bullpup with 18.5" Barrel - 12 Gauge
"Alright, let´s move out!"

Grenade Launchers

DefTech 37mm launcher

The riot squad in "Past Tense, Part II" breaches the barricades of the hostage takers with a DefTech 37mm launcher.

Defense Technologies/Federal Laboratories launcher 37mm with fixed stock
Only the forward portion of the launcher is ever seen on screen.

Other

Julian's backup gun

Julian Bashir, Secret Agent's backup weapon is a custom prop made from a frame that fits into the heel of his shoe and a barrel disguised as a pen cap. The rounds are disguised as buttons on his suit. The concept sketch can be seen here.

Julian takes aim with his shoe gun.
Dr. Noah marveling at the shoe gun. It's clear in this shot that the barrel is a pen cap.


See Also

Television Star Trek (1966-1969)  •  The Next Generation (1987-1994)  • Deep Space Nine (1993-1999)   •  Voyager (1995-2001)   •  Enterprise (2001-2005)
Film The Wrath of Khan (1982)   •  The Search for Spock (1984)   •  The Voyage Home (1986)   •  Generations (1994)   •  First Contact (1996)   •  Into Darkness (2013)





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