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Episode Index

Episode Gun(s) Character(s) Notes
1.01-02 "Mr. Monk and the Candidate" Beretta 92FS, MP-5, Weatherby Mark V Fibermark, Starter Pistol Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub), SWAT Team Members, Ian Sykes (Shawn Reis), Sharona Fleming (Bitty Schram)
1.10 "Mr. Monk Takes A Vacation" Walther PPK Rita Bronwyn (Polly Draper) Stainless steel
2.04 "Mr. Monk Goes to the Circus" Ruger Super Redhawk Natasia Lovara (Lolita Davidovich) Actually Shauna Duggins, Davidovich's stunt double.
2.05 "Mr. Monk and the Very, Very Old Man" Beretta 92FS, Smith & Wesson 3913 Randy Disher (Jason Gray-Stanford)
Leland Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine)
2.11 "Mr. Monk and the Three Pies" Beretta 92FS Pat van Ranken (Holt McCallany) Under the fictional name "Lane & Westen."
2.14 "Mr. Monk and the Captain's Wife" Beretta 92FS, Unknown Winchester Bolt-Action Rifle Evan Coker (Daniel Goddard)
3.01 "Mr. Monk Takes Manhattan" Unidentified .22-caliber Revolver Steven Leight (Jeffrey Dean Morgan)
3.05 "Mr. Monk Meets The Godfather" Ingram MAC-10 Mobsters
3.09 "Mr. Monk Takes His Medicine" Walther P38, Glock 17 Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub), Lester Highsmith (Ken Marino) Monk's Walther is actually a water pistol.
3.12 "Mr. Monk Gets Cabin Fever" Beretta 92FS, Glock 17, Unknown Rifles Randy Disher (Jason Gray-Stanford)
Leland Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine)
Agent Grooms (Josh Stamberg)
Chinese hitmen
3.15 "Mr. Monk and the Election" AKM, RGD-5 Hand Grenade Jack Whitman (Nick Offerman)
4.01 "Mr. Monk and the Other Detective" Ruger Super Redhawk Victor Blanchard (Rossif Sutherland)
4.09 "Mr. Monk and the Secret Santa" Glock 17, MP-5 Frank Prager (Gill Gayle)
SWAT Team Members
5.01 "Mr. Monk and the Actor" Smith & Wesson Model 10 Jack Leverett (Greg Grunberg) With square butt and pearl grips.
5.04 "Mr. Monk Can't See a Thing" Smith & Wesson 3913 Leland Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine]])
Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub)
6.05 "Mr. Monk and the Birds and the Bees" SIG-Sauer P226 Rob Sherman (Vincent Ventresca) Inaccurately described as a "9mm Glock."
6.10 "Mr. Monk and the Man Who Shot Santa Claus" Smith & Wesson Model 36 Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub) With chipped pearl handle.
6.13 "Mr. Monk and the Three Julies" Smith & Wesson Model 3913, M4 Carbine Leland Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine)
Police sharpshooter (Perry Kelly)
6.15 "Mr. Monk Is On The Run, Part 1" Beretta 92FS, Smith & Wesson 3913 Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub)
Sheriff John Rollins (Scott Glenn)
Leland Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine)
Under the fictional name "Lane & Westen."
7.04 "Mr. Monk Takes A Punch" Glock 17, Beretta 92FS Inox, Unknown Sniper's Rifle Randy Disher (Jason Gray-Stanford)
Leland Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine)
Charles "The Iceman" Bach (Jon Sklaroff)
7.10 "Mr. Monk's Other Brother" Beretta 92FS, Ruger Mini 14, Unknown Semiautomatic Rifle Jack Monk, Jr. (Steve Zahn)
Daniel Reese (Titus Welliver)
Under the fictional name "Lane & Westen."
7.11 "Mr. Monk On Wheels" Walther PPK John Kuramoto (Alain Uy)
Sarah Longson (Pamela Adlon)
Natalie Teeger (Traylor Howard)
7.15 "Mr. Monk and the Magician" Colt M1911, AKM Thailand Gang Members
8.01 "Mr. Monk's Favorite Show" Smith & Wesson 6906 Christine Rapp (Elizabeth Perkins)
8.04 "Mr. Monk Is Someone Else" Walther PPK Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub)
8.09 "Happy Birthday, Mr. Monk" Colt Single Action Army Cowboy Hank (Jack Betts)
8.15 "Mr. Monk and the End, Part 1" Glock 17 Randy Disher (Jason Gray-Stanford)
8.16 "Mr. Monk and the End, Part 2" Beretta 92FS Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub)
Judge Ethan Rickover (Craig T. Nelson)



Got a box set on DVD, so I can make this page. It looks like crap, so Ill add in caps, divide by season.

-k9870


I'll have you know it's a very good series if you have the right sense of humor (the humor is similar to that of Psych). 67.11.172.191 21:25, 6 July 2010 (UTC) (Laptop on wired connection; temporary)


I don't have the ability to provide screen caps and had to compile the page based on memory and whatever reruns happen to be on, there is no need to be jackass about the lack of further detail.

-Anonymous


When I wrote that there was 2 guns on the page and no images or descriptions. It will actually be helpful having the descriptions now.

-Having trouble w/ laptop dvd palyer, ill try and continue soon- k9870

Lane and Westen

I find it odd that in "Mr. Monk and the three pies" Monk's brother states that he heard a "Lane and Westen 9mm" being fired by his neighbor, after which Monk says that Lane and Westen don't make a 9mm only for his brother to correct him. In a latter episode, Monk identifies his old service weapon (one he had had before the incident with his brother) as a 9mm Lane and westen. Shouldn't this legendary detective have known that this gun exists since he owned one himself? (Moved from Main Page)

It's called different script writers and the team not remembering the previous script. It happens. MoviePropMaster2008

Page Revamp

Doing a major revamp of this page and need ID on this rifle. Thanks. --Ben41 13:25, 13 December 2010 (UTC)



In Season 7's "Mr. Monk on Wheels," after Natalie Teeger]] unwittingly helps thief John Kuramoto in the theft of biotech CEO Dean Berry's bike, she pressures Monk into solving her little case. When Monk and Natalie eventually find Kuramoto's house, Kuramoto shoots at them through the door, trying to kill them, but only succeeding in shooting Monk in the left leg, putting him in a wheelchair. The gun is said to be a .32 caliber. Later, it is used when Kuramoto's employer (who happens to be none other than Sarah Longson, Berry's personal assistant) turns on him and kills him. During the chase scene at the end, when Natalie is chasing Sarah out of the lab, Sarah pulls the incriminating gun out of her purse, but eventually, Natalie manages to grab it and she leaves Sarah trapped. Monk comes hopping along behind her, and a very energetic Natalie whirls around and accidentally pulls the trigger, sending a bullet into Monk's other leg. During the scene, the gun is shown to be a Walther PPK.

We can assume Natalie probably is not good with guns because she discharges a bullet (unintentionally). Strangely though, in "Mr. Monk and the Three Julies", Natalie said that her late husband Mitch took her to a firing range all the time, and she even said she knew how to use a gun. This means that Natalie's inexperience when holding Sarah Longson at gunpoint is either because she hasn't actually carried a gun for a while, or somebody didn't do their homework.

"Ruger Casull"

The revolver in the picture has an ejector rod, indicting that it's gate-loading. The Super Redhawk has a swing out cylinder. --Funkychinaman 16:43, 14 April 2011 (CDT)

Funkychinaman (above) is correct. Super Redhawk is a six-shot and also has a beefy extension ahead of the cylinder into which the barrel is threaded (Based on the "Alaskan" which doesn't get a long barrel and looks like a huge snub nose). Show pistol also appears to be a five-shot (assuming top chamber is indexed, there are two holes straddling bottom center) - smooth side cylinder - remarkably close to a freedom arms 83 904-31 with a 6" barrel length since it is only a little longer than the ejector rod housing and lines up with the base of the front blade sight. If you look at the base of the frame above the trigger, it also gets larger in a straight edge (triangular side view) as it moves aft toward the grips. Note the compound curves seen on the Redhawk. The Freedom Arms is also available in the requisite .454 Casull. For images, reference Freedom Arms factory page: http://www.freedomarms.com/m83f.htm

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Some additional guns for identification

I'm trying to find out identification for the following weapons which do not have listings here:


  • The revolver that Roderick Brody (Noah Emmerich) keeps in his car in "Mr. Monk and the Bully" (Season 7 Episode 14). I think that this might be a Smith & Wesson revolver.
  • A gun used by thief John Keyes (Marcus Giamatti) to murder a jewelry store manager in "Mr. Monk and the Lady Next Door" (Season 7 Episode 12).
  • A handgun that is utilized by "Honest" Jake Phillips (Brad Garrett) in the episode "Mr. Monk Buys a House" when he kills his partner and later points it at Monk and Natalie (Season 7 Episode 1). I think this might be a Glock, but I can't tell because the focus is so bad.
  • The handgun Joey Krenshaw uses to hold Harold at gunpoint in "Mr. Monk and the Daredevil".
  • The gun used by John Ringel in "Mr. Monk and His Biggest Fan".
  • A gun utilized by Paul Buchanan to shoot and kill his butler in "Mr. Monk Is At Your Service".
  • The gun utilized in "Mr. Monk Goes to the Dentist" when Denny Jardeen (in flashback) shoots an armored car driver.
  • A handgun utilized as the murder weapon in "Mr. Monk and the Panic Room".
  • Could anyone possibly check these listings and post them here? Thanks. DReifGalaxyM31 21:20, 28 April 2011 (CDT)
    • Update: I had to add a few more listings that were not mentioned on the main page. If anyone can make screen captures of the guns in question and post them here, please do so, because I would really like to know what these weapons are.DReifGalaxyM31 17:47, 8 May 2011 (CDT)

New guns

Glock 17

I also made note of the fact that an armored car driver was shot with his own Glock 17 in "Mr. Monk Goes Home Again" (S04E02), as evidenced by these two photos:

Paul Gilstrap runs away after shooting an armored car driver with his own Glock 17 to cover up the fact that the driver was actually killed by tetrachlorodrine poisoning. Notice that the pistol is locked empty.
Gilstrap pulls the gun out of the holster after the driver collapses from poisoning.

Kimber

The handgun utilized in "Mr. Monk Takes His Medicine".

The handgun seen here is NOT a Glock, but appears to be a Kimber. --Ben41 14:34, 28 July 2011 (CDT)

Ruger Super Redhawk

The use of the Ruger Super Redhawk isn't only limited to "Mr. Monk Goes to the Circus"; by comparing photos, I was able to determine that the gun utilized by Vic Blanchard (Rossif Sutherland) to kill two people in "Mr. Monk and the Other Detective" (S04E01) was also a Ruger Super Redhawk revolver.

"Hey, happy Halloween, man. Just relax." Blanchard shoots and kills a security guard.


If these guns have been misidentified, please let me know and correct them.

Gun identification

In this screenshot taken in "Mr. Monk and the Buried Treasure," what is the gun being held by robber Tony Gamelobo here?

Monk 148.jpg

If anyone has identification, please post. DReifGalaxyM31 11:42, 28 July 2011 (CDT)

Looks like a Ruger KP89. --commando552 18:58, 28 July 2011 (CDT)



  • New question: could you verify that a gun used in "Mr. Monk Buys a House" is indeed a Browning Hi-Power as I believe it is? DReifGalaxyM31 22:42, 18 August 2011 (CDT)

More guns that need to be identified or screens to be added

I think these weapons need identification.

Guns for identification (plus images)

  • A gun that Roderick Brody (Noah Emmerich) keeps in his car's glove compartment (brief glimpse in "Mr. Monk and the Bully" (S07E14)). I think it's an S&W revolver based on what we can see of it.
  • The guns utilized by guards that are killed in "Mr. Monk Goes to the Dentist" (S04E15) and "Mr. Monk and the Buried Treasure" (S06E06).
  • The handgun that the "six way killer" in "Mr. Monk and the Really, Really Dead Guy" (S05E15) uses when shooting the street musician.
  • Various guns or rifles used by police during "Mr. Monk Is On the Run" Parts One and Two (S06E15-16).
  • The various machine guns that the Army soldiers at Edwards Air Force Base point at Monk in "Mr. Monk and the Astronaut" (S04E14), which I believe are M16A2s.

Images only

  • Stottlemeyer and Disher using their weapons during several season 7 episodes, such as "Mr. Monk and the Bully" or "Mr. Monk Gets Hypnotized."
  • Monk shooting Peter Breen with Stottlemeyer's gun in "Mr. Monk Can't See a Thing" (S05E04).
  • The flare gun used by Jay Bennett (Fred Weller) in "Mr. Monk, Private Eye" (S05E05).


DReifGalaxyM32 18:04, 17 November 2011 (CST)




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