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The Unit was a military action series that aired on CBS for four seasons from 2006 to 2009. The series followed the lives of the men of a covert US Special Operations unit as well as the lives of the women they leave at home. The series was created by Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Mamet and executive produced by Shawn Ryan (The Shield) and was based on the book "Inside Delta Force", written by Eric Haney, who was an early member of Delta Force and served as senior technical adviser on the show.
The following weapons are seen in the television series The Unit:
Main "ALPHA Team 1st Special Actions Group" cast for the first 3 seasons, including CO, Col. Tom Ryan.
Jonas' Custom M1911
In the series premiere "First Responders" (S1E01), Command Sergeant Major Jonas Blane (Dennis Haysbert) carries a custom M1911 handgun of unknown make (it appears, based on the lettering on the slide, that a Colt Government Model may have been used as the base gun, however this is not confirmed). The pistol lacks the front cocking serrations frequently seen on Kimber models (which Jonas carries throughout the rest of the series), but is outfitted with adjustable sights, a combat hammer, a combat trigger, an ambidextrous thumb safety, a beavertail grip safety, a full length guide rod, an extended slide release, Pachmayr grips, and an extended magwell. This weapon is never seen after the pilot episode, which may have been deliberate, as the pistol would likely have been confiscated by base security after the shooting incident at the end of the episode. However, the more likely explanation is that the prop guns were simply unavailable to the filmmakers when shooting subsequent episodes.
Colt Government Model M1911A1 - .45 ACP, what was likely used a base gun.
Jonas shows Ron his 1911. This shot gives a good view of the extended magwell.
Command Sgt. Major Jonas Blane (Dennis Haysbert
) reloads his 1911 as he assaults the plane in the Season 1 premiere "First Responders" (S1E01).
Closeup of Jonas reloading his 1911. The extended slide release can just barely be seen here.
Jonas aims his 1911 at a hostage he initially suspects to be one of the hijackers. The hammer on the pistol is uncocked despite the fact that is was fired moments before.
Jonas fires his 1911 at the mirror. The lettering on the slide is barely visible, and comparing with various 1911 models the marking seems to be "Government Model".
Kimber Custom TLE II
The Kimber Custom TLE II is the sidearm of choice for Command Sgt. Major Jonas Blane (Dennis Haysbert) throughout Seasons 1-3 (though he occasionally switches to a Kimber Warrior). Sgt. Hector Williams (Demore Barnes) carries one at the beginning of Season 1 before switching to a P226.
Kimber Custom TLE II - .45 ACP. This version has no rails and is the version used in the Television show The Unit
In Season 1's "Non-permissive Environment", Blane fires his Kimber on the range. You can tell it's a Kimber because you can see the word on the slide (barely though).
Sgt. Hector Williams (Demore Barnes
) holds a Kimber in Season 1's "Stress" (S1E02).
Jonas Blane (Dennis Haysbert
) holds his suppressed Kimber on an assassin in the Season 3 premiere episode, "Pandemonium, Part 1".
The Kimber Warrior was the sidearm of choice for Jonas Blane throughout Season 4 (and occasionally in earlier seasons), replacing the Custom TLE II.
A Kimber Warrior used on The Unit
- the weapon pictured here was the actual Warrior carried and fired by Dennis Haysbert in the last season.
Another Kimber Warrior used in the most recent season of The Unit
- this was Dennis Haysbert's backup weapon in case the first failed (it is customary in Hollywood for each "hero" gun use to have at least one backup on set).
Jonas has to give up his Kimber Warrior with Pachmayr grips in Season 2's "The Broom Cupboard". This is a Warrior and not a TLE model, as evidenced by the rear sight.
Closeup of Jonas' Kimber Warrior in Season 4's "Whiplash". Can't ask for a better shot.
Jonas uses a suppressor with his Kimber Warrior in Season 4's "Endgame".
Closeup of the suppressed Kimber in "Endgame".
A nice closeup of Jonas' Kimber from Season 4's "Endgame".
The M1911A1 is a frequent weapon seen in the series. Master Sgt. Mack Gerhardt (Max Martini) carries one as his sidearm. The Unit's commanding officer, Colonel Tom Ryan (Robert Patrick) uses an M1911A1 in Season 2's "The Water is Wide". An M1911A1 with a suppressor and night vision scope was used by Bob in Season 4's "Dancing Lessons". Another scoped 1911 (likely the same prop weapon) was used by one of the terrorists who tries to kill Jonas when he rescues Molly in "Endgame".
Mack Gerhardt (Max Martini
) with his M1911A1 up as he leads a SWAT element in Season 2's "In Loco Parentis".
In Season 2's "The Water is Wide", Col. Ryan (Robert Patrick
) holds an M1911A1 on a domestic terrorist.
Jonas checks the load in the M1911A1 given to him in Season 2's "Paradise Lost".
In Season 2's "Johnny B. Good", Mack pulls his M1911A1 as he makes a fateful decision.
In Season 2's "Bedfellows", Mack fires his 1911 on the range.
In Season 1's "Eating the Young", the arms dealer Adolpho (Luis Antonio Ramos
) pulls a gold-plated M1911A1 on Bob.
A closeup of the gold-plated M1911A1.
In Season 4's "Dancing Lessons", Bob checks the perimeter of the kidnappers' hideout with the scoped and suppressed M1911A1.
Bob fires his scoped M1911A1.
Colt Compact M1991A1
In Season 1's "Unannounced" (S1E10), a Colt Compact M1991A1 is seen in the purse of Kim Brown (Audrey Marie Anderson). When Kim is threatened by a man at the radio station, Rory is seen pulling the Colt on the man.
Colt Compact M1991A1 - .45 ACP - the Colt Compact is the Parkerized version of the Colt Officer's ACP
Rory pulls the Colt as a scared Kim looks on.
Hector is briefly seen using a stainless Colt Mustang during the final gunfight in Season 1's "The Wall".
Hector draws his Colt Mustang.
The SIG-Sauer P225 is used by Sgt. Charles Grey (Michael Irby) with a suppressor in Season 4's "The Last Nazi" (S4E14). SSgt. Sam McBride (Wes Chatham) is seen with a P225 in the opening scene of Season 4's "Hero".
Grey checks the load in his suppressed 225 in Season 4's "The Last Nazi". This is a 225 as evidenced by the single stack magazine.
The SIG-Sauer P226 is the sidearm of Sgt. Charles Grey (Michael Irby) and Sgt. Hector Williams (Demore Barnes) throughout the series. Sgt. Bob Brown (Scott Foley) switches to a P226 in Season 2 after using a Glock 17 in season 1. Master Sgt. Mack Gerhardt (Max Martini) uses a P226 throughout Season 1 before switching to his M1911A1. P226s are used by a number of Leon Drake's men (including Drake himself) with and without suppressors throughout Season 4.
Master Sgt. Mack Gerhardt (Max Martini
) uses a P226 in a live fire exercise in Season 1's "The 200th Hour".
In Season 3's "Five Brothers", Sgt. Hector Williams (Demore Barnes
) fires Grey's SIG as the Unit attempts to exfil a building.
In Season 3's premiere "Pandemonium, Part I", Grey puts his SIG to Bob's head as he tries to ascertain Bob's intentions.
Grey holds his 226 in a standoff with a fellow soldier (who is holding an M1911A1) in Season 3's "Binary Explosion".
The SIG-Sauer P229 is a commonly featured handgun throughout the series. Bob Brown as well as Rock, a gang member turned Army soldier both use the SIG 229 in Season 3's "Binary Explosion" (S3E9). The 229 is unusual since Bob usually packs a P226 and the soldiers are getting guns from US armories (where the SIG is not commonly issued). Grey also uses one with a suppressor and laser sight in Season 3's "Pandemonium, Part II" (S3E2). Army intelligence officer Bridget Sullivan (Nicole Steinwedell) uses a two-tone P229 in the Season 4 premier "Sacrifice" (Mack mentions that she carries a .45, which is incorrect, as the P229 is only chambered in 9mm, .40S&W, and .357 SIG). Bridget's P229 is briefly seen again in "Best Laid Plans". Similar weapons (likely the same prop guns) are used by the female kidnapper in "Dancing Lessons", and the assassin in "The Last Nazi".
SIG-Sauer P229 - 9x19mm (also chambered for .40 S&W & .357 SIG)
In Season 3's "Binary Explosion", Rock (Jose Pablo Cantillo
) fires the P229 at Bob and the CID agents.
Bob seems to have ditched his P226 in this episode.
In Season 3's "Pandemonium, Part II", Grey uses a 229 equipped with a suppressor and laser sight to threaten the head of the conspiracy behind the Unit's shutdown.
Bridget "Redcap" Sullivan (Nicole Steinwedell
) with her P229 as she engages a fake National Guard.
Redcap fires her P229 at the attacking fake National Guardsmen.
Redcap's empty P229 lies on the ground next to her. Note the empty double stack magazine nearby.
The assassin surrenders her P229. Note that the slide is locked back, despite the fact that she only fired two rounds.
The SIG-Sauer P230 was used in Season 1's "True Believers" and also carried by Colonel Ryan in Season 1's "The Wall". A suppressed P230 was used by one of the Russians who ambushes Bob in Season 4's "Endgame".
In Season 1's "True Believers", The Major, also codenamed "Mongoose", (Andrew Divoff
) threatens Mack with a SIG P230.
In Season 1's "The Wall", Col. Tom Ryan (Robert Patrick
) uses the SIG P230.
In Season 3's "Side Angle Side", Devon Burke (Craig Fairbrass
) is seen with a SIG P230.
In Season 1's "Non-Permissive Environment" (S1E5), a Glock 23 is the handgun Jonas Blane's daughter Betsy (Angel M. Wainwright) finds in a drawer at the Blane's home. She later fires it on the range.
Glock 23 compact .40 caliber
Betsy finds the Glock in a drawer.
The Glock 17 is one of the weapons prominently featured throughout the series. Bob Brown (Scott Foley) used a Glock 17 in Season 1 before he switched over to the P226. Charles Grey (Michael Irby) uses a Glock 17 during the opening scene of "Sacrifice".
A Generation 2 Glock 17 in 9x19mm. This model added finger stepping and cuts to the backstrap of the frame to make it easier to hold than the Generation 1 model.
In Season 1's "Unannounced", Bob (Scott Foley
) pulls his Glock on a suspected traitor.
A Mexican police officer aiding the Unit's operation loads his Glock in Season 2's "Manhunt".
The Glock 19 is also used by numerous characters throughout Season 4. President-elect Benjamin Castillo (Benito Martinez) is seen with a Glock when he is confronted by the team in Season 4's "Sacrifice". They are used frequently by terrorists in other episodes, including "Switchblade", "Inquisition", and "Dancing Lessons".
President-elect Benjamin Castillo (Benito Martinez
) is armed with a Glock when he is confronted by the team in Season 4's "Sacrifice".
A terrorist draws his Glock 19 before surrendering. This appears to be a Non-Gun.
A terrorist shoots his surrendering partner with a Glock 19.
Isaac Reed surrenders his Glock when confronted by a police helicopter.
A Glock 26 is briefly seen among other handguns when Sam (Wes Chatham) is choosing his sidearm. He initially selects the G26 but is convinced otherwise by Mack and takes a USP .45 instead.
Glock 26 Sub-Compact - 9mm.
A Glock 26 is seen in the gun drawer.
The Beretta 92FS has been seen in the hands of SWAT members, Unit members, and US military CID agents. In the Season 1's "Dedication", Jonas carries a Beretta holstered on his vest. Sam McBride (Wes Chatham) takes a 92FS from a police officer in Season 4's "Whiplash". In the series premier "First Responders" Jonas uses an ISS Beretta Non Gun to kill Grey's mule.
In Season 1's "Dedication", Jonas draws his Beretta from his vest.
Hector trains local SWAT team members carrying Beretta 92FS pistols in Season 2's "In Loco Parentis".
Special Agent Deborah Lane (Stana Katic
) draws her Beretta in Season 3's "Binary Explosion".
In Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice", a terrorist disguised as a US National Guardsman tries to pull his Beretta on Bridget.
In Season 4's "Into Hell, Part 1", 2nd Lt. Blane fires her Beretta during an ambush.
Jonas "shoots" the mule with his Non Gun Beretta.
Beretta 92FS Inox
In Season 2's "Bedfellows" (S2E21), Mack takes a Beretta 92FS Inox off a biker.
In Season 2's "Bedfellows" (S2E21), a biker threatens Mack with a 92F Inox
Beretta 950 Jetfire
In Season 1's "True Believers", Mack hides a Beretta 950 Jetfire in his pants that he uses on The Major. In Season 4's "Bad Beat", Bridget Sullivan (Nicole Steinwedell) pulls a stainless Jetfire.
A closeup of Mack's Beretta.
In Season 2's "Freefall", the Princess (Bai Ling) is seen pulling a Walther PPK on Mack and the other Unit members. In Season 3's "Every Step You Take", Bob gives his backup Walther to the embassy employee who fumbles it when trying to fire it. In Season 4's "The Conduit" (S4E4), Mack pulls a suppressed PPK to kill a terrorist he was planning on bringing back to the US.
Walther PPK in 6.35mm auto (.25 ACP), 7.65x17mm (.32 ACP) Auto or 9x17mm (.380 ACP)
In Season 2's "Freefall", the Princess (Bai Ling
) pulls her Walther PPK.
In Season 3's "Every Step You Take", Bob gives his backup Walther to the embassy employee who fumbles it when trying to fire it.
In Season 4's "The Conduit", Mack (Max Martini
) uses a suppressed Walther.
Walther PPK/S (Brixia 8mm Walther Blank Firing Pistol)
In the Season 2 finale, "Paradise Lost", Jonas takes out a Walther PPK/S from a rodent station and gives it to his wife Molly (Regina Taylor). The pistol is actually a Brixia 8mm Walther Blank Firing Pistol. As stated by MoviePropMaster2008, "I just checked the lower image against the one I have. Brixia Arms used to make this type of blank gun about 10 years ago, but their quality was pretty bad. There 'might' be some available, but the majority of the 8mm theatrical blank firing PPKs on the market now are made by Kimar or Voltran. What tips it off, is the writing on the slide (it is identical to the markings on my Brixia Nickel plated Walther PPK theatrical blank gun) and the hole drilled in the top of the barrel (where the ejection port is). This hole allows the flash from the blank round to fire upwards since the barrel is blocked, this is an Italian police Brixia 8mm as I have an identical one, Also the magazine is a thin single stack type that only holds those skinny 8mm blank rounds."
Walther PPK/S with Pachmayr grips.
Jonas takes the Walther out from the rodent station.
Jonas loads the Walther before giving it to Molly.
The other side of the Walther.
A Walther P5 with a stainless steel finish is carried by Bob Brown throughout Season 2 and the beginning of Season 3. One was also used by the African soldier in Season 1's "Stress".
Bob gives up his Walther P5 in Season 2's "Old Home Week".
Bob holds his Walther on CIA Agent Kern (Ricky Jay
) in Season 3's "Pandemonium, Part II".
An African soldier threatens to kill Patrick Collins during the standoff in Season 1's "Stress".
In Season 2's "Sub-Conscious", a German sub officer is seen firing a Walther P38 in a dream sequence.
Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
In Season 2's "Sub-Conscious", a German sub officer is seen firing a Walther P38
in a dream sequence.
Mack uses a Walther TPH in the Season 1 finale "The Wall" when the terrorists attack the Unit and their wives at Ryan's private reception. In the Season 2 premiere "Change of Station", Mack has to turn over his Walther to the Unit armory as he turns in his transfer papers.
Mack pulls his Walther as he and Jonas engage the terrorists in the Season 1 finale "The Wall".
In the Season 2 premiere "Change of Station", Mack has to turn over his Walther to the Unit armory.
Heckler & Koch USP
The Heckler & Koch USP is the sidearm of choice for both Bob Brown and Sam McBride (Wes Chatham) in Season 4. It is also seen used by a Unit member in Season 2. Also seen used by the Turk in the Season 2 episode "Games of Chance". Grey can be seen using one (very briefly) in Season 2's "The Kill Zone".
Bob's USP is usually fitted with adjustable sights while Sam has tritium night sights. (This varies with continuity )
Heckler & Koch USP .45 ACP
In Season 2's "Extreme Rendition", the Unit operator in the foreground uses a USP. Note that this USP has been fitted with adjustable sights.
While searching for the President-elect, Bob draws his USP in Season 4's "Sacrifice".
In Season 4's "Hill 60", Bob draws his USP while wearing an NBC suit. His USP also has adjustable sights.
Sam holds his USP to his head in Season 4's "Whiplash".
Heckler & Koch P7
In Season 4's "Sex Trade" (S4E3), Bridget takes a Heckler & Koch P7 off a dead terrorist.
In Season 4's "Sex Trade" (S4E3), Bridget takes a Heckler & Koch P7
off a dead terrorist.
High Standard Derringer
In the Season 1 finale "The Wall", Jonas carries a nickel plated High Standard Derringer and uses it on men who attack the Unit at Ryan's private reception. Jonas' Derringer has barrels that tip down and when Jonas places it in his waistband it appears to have a double action trigger.
High Standard Derringer - .22 Magnum.
In Season 1's "The Wall", Jonas loads his Derringer while reading a newspaper article.
Jonas opens fire on the terrorists with his Derringer in the Season 1 finale "The Wall".
Cobra Big Bore Derringer
In Season 4 premiere "Sacrifice", Army intelligence officer Bridget Sullivan (Nicole Steinwedell) carries a chrome plated Cobra Big Bore Derringer as a backup that she has to use when engaging a terrorist disguised as a National Guardsman.
Cobra Big Bore Derringer with chrome finish - .38 Special
Closeup of Bridget's Derringer.
Bridget Sullivan (Nicole Steinwedell
) draws her Derringer from an ankle holster in Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice."
Bridget fires her Derringer. Note the vented rib visible in this picture, a feature of the Cobra Derringers.
Norinco Model 54
A Norinco Model 54 was used by the rebel leader in Season 1's "200th Hour." Model 54s were also seen used by Chinese officers in Season 4. A Norinco is found in a bag of an escaped convict who used to be a Unit operator in Season 2's "Extreme Rendition".
Norinco Model 54 - 7.62x25mm
The rebel leader fires his Model 54. Note the external safety, distinguishing it from the Tokarev.
A stainless Model 54 is found in a bag of an escaped convict who used to be a Unit operator in Season 2's "Extreme Rendition".
High Standard Sharpshooter M
Bob Brown (Scott Foley) was presented with .22 cal High Standard Sharpshooter M with wooden grips when he and Jonas visit a former Unit member in the Season 1 premiere "First Responders". Also seen (very briefly) used by Ryan in Season 1's "Exposure" (S1E11) in a flashback. Despite being a suppressed weapon, the sound effect used is that of an unsuppressed gunshot.
The actual High Standard Sharpshooter M used by Scott Foley on The Unit
Bob is presented with the High Standard Sharpshooter M.
Ryan uses the Sharpshooter in Season 1's "Exposure".
Kahr K9 M9098 Elite
In Season 4's "Sudden Flight" (S4E2), the head terrorist uses a Kahr K9.
The lead hijacker takes the K9 from his briefcase.
The lead hijacker holds the K9 on the other passengers.
In Season 3's "Gone Missing" (S3E10), an assassin (stuntman Mark Kubr) carrying a Mauser C96 is taken out by Bob.
In Season 3's "Gone Missing", Bob scopes the assassin carrying the Mauser.
The assassin is taken down. Note the "Broomhandle" stock on the Mauser.
The Browning Hi-Power is used by several characters throughout the series.
Classic Commercial Browning Hi Power (Belgian Mfg) - 9mm
Dragovich (Yasen Peyankov
) aims his Hi-Power at Jonas in Season 1's "The Wall".
General Togar's bodyguards prepare to execute civilians with their suppressed Hi-Powers.
Hector's killer fires his Hi-Power.
The team finds a Makarov PM on a deceased Spetznaz member in Season 4's "Chaos Theory", and identified by Bob as "Kirovsky(?) 9mm armor-piercing Standard Spetznaz Issue". In all likelihood, this is meant to stand in for an SR-1 Gyurza, though it is clearly a Makarov, with the grips being the most obvious giveaway. There is a noticeable goof when the team finds the weapon: in the initial shot of the stairway the Makarov is gone, it only appears during the close up shot. Other Makarovs are seen throughout the episode. One was also seen in the hands of an Iranian embassy guard in the Season 1 episode "Security."
Russian Makarov PM
- 9x18mm Makarov
A suppressed Makarov PM
is found on a deceased Spetznaz member in Season 4's "Chaos Theory".
Smith & Wesson 4506
Accompanying the Unit in pursuit of smugglers, a California Highway Patrolman is seen pulling a Smith & Wesson 4506 in Season 2's "Manhunt" (S1E4).
Smith & Wesson 4506 .45 ACP
In Season 2's "Manhunt", the CHP officer on the left holds the 4506.
As Jonas goes in to search the van, the CHP officer continues to hold his 4506.
The business end of the CHP officer's 4506.
Smith & Wesson 6904
A Smith & Wesson 6904 is among the handguns seen in the gun drawer when Sam selects his sidearm in Season 4's "Hero".
The S&W 6409 is seen among two M1911s and other pistols.
Another angle. Note that the Glock 26 has changed positions.
Smith & Wesson SW99
In Season 4's "Best Laid Plans", one of the men employed by Leon Drake (David Rees Snell) tries to use his S&W Model 99, but it doesn't fire.
In Season 4's "Best Laid Plans", one of the men employed by Leon Drake tries to use his S&W Model 99
, but it doesn't fire.
In Season 1's "Non-Permissive Environment", Bob plants a Seecamp LWS on a civilian in order to escape the police.
Italian police find the Seecamp.
Jericho 941 R
In Season 4's "Flesh & Blood", Joss' bodyguard carries a reverse two-tone Jericho 941 R, which he expertly relieved of by Grey.
Two-tone Jericho 941 R. The one seen on the show has a stainless slide with blued frame.
In Season 4's "Flesh & Blood", Grey holds the bodyguard's own Jericho on him.
Closeup of Grey with the Jericho.
Grey clears the weapon. No round ejects from the chamber when he racks the slide, apparently Joss' bodyguard carries condition 3.
Colt New Service
A Colt New Service is used by a Brazilian soldier to threaten a mother and her child in Season 1's "Eating the Young." A Colt also is pulled on Jonas' dad in Season 2's "Silver Star". Another is seen when Jonas searches Sam's storage unit in Season 4's "Whiplash".
Colt New Service Revolver - .45 acp. The Army would adopt its own version of the New Service, called the Colt M1917, with plain wooden grips and a lanyard ring.
A Colt New Service
in the hands of a Brazilian soldier in Season 1's "Eating the Young".
Jonas picks up the Colt he finds in Sam's storage unit.
Webley Mk IV
A Webley Mk IV is seen in the hands of a tribal member is Season 4's "Shadow Riders"
Webley Mk.IV WW2 British Army version chambered for .38 S&W
An Afghan Tribesman with his Webley.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
In Season 1's "Exposure", Vasquez (Gonzalo Menendez), a young villager, is seen firing a Smith & Wesson Model 10 on the rebels.
Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver - .38 Special
In Season 1's "Exposure", Vasquez (Gonzalo Menendez
) attempts to take revenge with a S&W.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
In Season 1's "200th Hour", Rudy Hartano (Tzi Ma) pulls a Smith & Wesson Model 36 on Jonas when he fears he's been double-crossed. In Season 4's "Sex Trade", a S&W is planted on a male student who tried to blackmail Tiffy.
Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 special - 5 shot
Rudy (Tzi Ma
) pulls the S&W on Jonas in Season 1's "200th Hour".
The S&W is drawn on Jonas.
In Season 4's "Sex Trade", the S&W is retrieved from an unsuspecting student.
Smith & Wesson Model 60
Seen in the Season 2 finale "Paradise Lost". It was Mack's hidden weapon which was then used by his wife Tiffy (Abby Brammell) to threaten him before he took it back. Also seen in the Season 4 premiere "Sacrifice" as Mack's throw away gun.
Smith & Wesson Model 60 (newer model) - .357 magnum
Mack's hideaway firearm is a S&W Model 60
Colt Single Action Army
In Season 4's "Switchblade", Grey is seen restoring a classic Single Action Army.
Grey restores the custom engraved revolver in Season 4's "Switchblade".
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
Both Alpha and Bravo teams of the Unit are seen using Heckler & Koch MP5A2 submachine guns in Season 1's "200th Hour" (S1E3). Also prominently used by the Unit in Season 1's "True Believers" and the SWAT team in Season 2's "In Loco Parentis" (S2E20).
A publicity still of Dennis Haysbert as Jonas Blane with the MP5A2.
In Season 1's "True Believers", Hector takes his MP5A2 from the trunk. This one seems to be equipped with a Tri-Rail.
The team with their MP5s after the raid in "True Believers".
Hector with his MP5A2. His has the Navy trigger group
Jonas with the MP5A2 in Season 1's "200th Hour". Note the Navy trigger group
Bravo team engages in a live fire exercise the room with their MP5A2's in Season 1's "200th Hour".
Hector with his MP5A2 after the live fire exercise.
The SWAT team trains with Grey carrying their MP5A2's.
Strangely, one of the SWAT officers' MP5s appears to have the selector switch installed backwards.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
In Season 4's "The Last Nazi", a bodyguard carries a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 equipped with a tri-rail, Aimpoint red dot sight, and vertical foregrip.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3s are seen used by the Unit in several episodes including Season 2's "Dark of the Moon" and "Report By Exception", and the Season 4 premier "Sacrifice". Strangely, in season 4, the sound effects used are those of unsuppressed weapons.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 9mm with Stock Extended. Those seen on the show have the newer Navy trigger group.
In Season 2's "Dark of the Moon", Grey uses an MP5SD while taking point.
Grey puts the MP5SD down on an uncooperative tribal member in "Dark of the Moon".
Jonas rises from a pool firing the MP5SD at the beginning of "Sacrifice".
Grey provides cover with his MP5SD in "Sacrifice".
Bob uses the MP5SD while rescuing the President in Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice".
Heckler & Koch MP5SD2
An Heckler & Koch MP5SD2 is used by Grey in Season 1's "True Believers".
In Season 1's "True Believers", Grey uses an MP5SD2 in the assault on the kidnappers' hideout.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
Jonas, Mack and Hector are all seen using Heckler & Koch MP5K submachine guns in the series. Jonas and Mack were seen using the newer Navy trigger group variant, while Hector was seen using one with the old "SEF" trigger. Bob also uses one in Guyana to cover Jonas's escape. In Season 2's "Sub-Conscious", Kim Brown (Audrey Marie Anderson) is also seen using one in a dream sequence.
Mack provides cover with the MP5K in "Sacrifice".
Mack with the MP5K in "Sacrifice".
Jonas with the MP5K slung in Season 3's "Always Kiss Them Goodbye". Later in this episode, his MP5K switches briefly with an unidentified MP5 variant.
Hector with the MP5K in Season 3's "Inside Out".
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 PDW
In Season 3's premiere "Pandemonium, Part 1", an assassin goes after Jonas and CIA operative Mariana Ribera (Tia Texada) with a Heckler & Koch MP7A1. The weapon is also used in season 4 episode 15.
H&K MP7A1 4.6x30mm with Zeiss Z-Point sight
The assassin draws his MP7.
The assassin enters Mariana's apartment with his MP7 at the ready.
The assassin pursues Jonas and Mariana with his MP7 in hand.
Hector's killer with his MP7.
Hector's killer fires his MP7.
Heckler & Koch UMP45
A Mexican Special Forces member is briefly seen holding a Heckler & Koch UMP when taking orders from Mack in Season 4's "Sudden Flight".
A Mexican Special Forces member is briefly seen holding a Heckler & Koch UMP
when taking orders from Mack in Season 4's "Sudden Flight".
A Sten is fired by guards in the Season 2 finale "Paradise Lost".
A Sten seen used in Season 2's "Paradise Lost".
A full size Uzi was featured in several episodes. Grey was also seen with one in season 4.
A smuggler (Luis Moncada
) carries an Uzi in Season 2's "Manhunt".
In Season 4's "End Game", a terrorist (stuntman Mark Kubr
) lays dead holding his Uzi. Note the stainless charging handle.
A Mini-Uzi is used by a hijacker on the plane in Season 1's premiere "First Responders". Bob also uses one in Season 4's "The Conduit" (S4E4).
Mini Uzi SMG with stock folded - 9mm
A hijacker opens fire on Jonas with a Mini-Uzi in Season 1's "First Responders".
Bob fires a mini-Uzi in Season 4's "The Conduit".
One of the guards fires his mini-Uzi in "The Conduit".
A Micro-Uzi is used by a terrorist in the series finale "Unknown Soldier".
A terrorist fires his Micro-Uzi in Season 4's "Unknown Soldier".
The MAC-10 is seen in the hands of Mexican smugglers in Season 2's "Manhunt".
Ingram MAC 10 open bolt Submachine gun - .45acp
A smuggler holding a MAC-10 is taken out by the Unit in Season 2's "Manhunt".
Dragovich (Yasen Peyankov) uses a Cobray M11 in his attack on the Unit during the Col. Ryan's reception dinner in the Season 1 finale "The Wall" (S1E13).
Dragovich (Yasen Peyankov
) uses a Cobray M11/9 in Season 1's "The Wall".
Hector smuggles a Beretta PM12S into a diamond mine in Season 2's "Old Home Week" (S2E6) and is used by both Jonas and Hector. Jonas and Grey uses them in their escape in Season 4's "The Conduit" (S4E4).
Jonas opens fire with the PM12S in Season 2's "Old Home Week".
Hector provides cover with the PM12S.
Both Jonas and Hector with their PM12S's.
Hector also smuggles a Steyr SPP into a diamond mine to be used by Bob in Season 2's "Old Home Week". The SPP is the civilian verison of the TMP modified for full auto.
Steyr SPP 9mm with high-capacity magazine
Bob uses the SPP in "Old Home Week".
Škorpion vz. 61
Seen used by terrorists in Season 3's "Inside Out" (S3E5) and hijackers in Season 4's "Sudden Flight" (S4E2). One was also seen in the hands of an Iranian embassy guard in the Season 1 episode "Security."
Skorpion SA Vz 61 - .32 ACP
An Iranian guard armed with Skorpion in Season 1's "Security".
A terrorist gets shot while holding a Skorpion.
A hijacker with a Vz. 61.
Grey handles a terrorist's Skorpion in Season 4's "Sudden Flight".
One of Dragovich's men uses an AP-9 in the attack on the Unit during the reception dinner in Season 1's "The Wall".
AA Arms/Kimel Industries AP-9 Pistol - 9mm
One of Dragovich's men fires the AP-9
Hotchkiss "Type Universal"
A Hotchkiss "Type Universal" is briefly seen in Season 2's "The Broom Cupboard" (S2E12). While the Hotchkiss is a French weapon, it's implied that the US government is supplying the rebels with them.
Hotchkiss "Type Universal" - 9x19mm
A Hotchkiss "Type Universal" is briefly seen in Season 2's "The Broom Cupboard" (S2E12).
At least one of the Indonesian rebels carries a MAT-49 in Season 1's "200th Hour".
MAT-49 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
The rebel on the right carries a MAT-49 in Season 1's "200th Hour".
Colt M4A1 Carbine
M4A1 Carbines are used by all members of the Unit, often with a 40mm M203 Grenade Launcher, and with an optical sight (normally the Trijicon ACOG, Aimpoint CompM2 and/or EOTech 552 Holographic sight). Sometimes they switch with HK 416s.
Colt M4A1 Carbine - 5.56mm
In Season 1's "Dedication", Mack covers the rear with his M4 with M203 grenade launcher and ACOG sight.
A closeup of Mack's M4 and the ACOG sight.
Jonas fires his M4A1 in "Dedication" from the helo. Despite the sound and muzzle flash edited into this scene, Dennis Haysbert
isn't actually firing, as noted by the fact that the dust cover remains locked in place.
Mack "Dirt Diver" Gerhardt with his M4 with red dot sight in Season 2's "Bait".
Bob Brown with his M4A1 in Season 4's "Whiplash".
Jonas fires an regular M4 with no accessories besides rail covers in Season 3's "M.P.'s". Strangely, the bolt appears to be locked open and the charging handle is not locked in place as it would be normally during firing (in all likelihood, Dennis Haysbert accidentally dislodged it after the weapon was emptied and never locked it back into place). Also note that the lower receiver has no fencing around the magazine release like a real M4 would, making it evident that this weapon is simply an M4 upper placed on an SP1 lower.
Jonas "Snake Doctor" Blane with his M4 in Season 4's "Flesh & Blood".
Sam "Whiplash" McBride with his M4 in Season 4's "Flesh & Blood".
Armourer David Aaron
displays one of the M4s from SE2 Dark of the Moon: Working with Weapons.
Assistant Prop Master Eric Dennis
with three M4s, the one on the right is live firing (blank fire).
Eric shows one of the non-firing replicas used by extras and non-firing scenes.
Eric shows a rubber M4 used in stunts and distant shots.
While M16A2's are more prevalent in the series, the M16A1 is also featured in several episodes.
M16A1's are part of the weapons cache in the back of the smuggler's van in Season 2's "Manhunt". Note that most of the guns here are obviously rubber props.
A prison guard cradles an M16A1.
M16A1 with A2 Handguards. 5.56x45mm
In season 2's "Natural Selection" one of the candidates carries an M16A1 with A2 style handguards. Note the A1 style barrel profile, distinguishing this rifle from the one Bob is carrying in this scene.
M16A2 rifles are seen usually in the hands of non Unit members of the military such as regular Army units in Season 2's "Dark of the Moon". In Season 3's "Play 16", Mack was seen cleaning and preparing Hector's M16, including attaching an M9 bayonet (though strangely, an M4 is used at his funeral instead).
US Army soldiers fire their M16s in "Dark of the Moon" (the soldier at the far right appears to have an M16A4). Note the camera crew briefly visible on the right.
Two regular Army soldiers with their M16A2s.
Jonas with his M4 gets a sitrep from Cpl. Blaylock (Eric Ladin
) who is holding an M16A2.
In Season 3's "Play 16", Mack readies Hector's M16A2 for the service.
Mack reassembles Hector's M16.
The M9 bayonet is attached to the rifle.
A pile of M16A2s, note the mismatched finishes on the upper and lower receivers (likely M16A1 lowers) from Dark of the Moon: Working with Weapons.
Wide shot of the M16s and AKs.
In Season 2's "Dark of the Moon", at least one US Army soldier can be seen armed with an M16A4 rifle, identified by the removable carry handle/rear sight assembly.
A US Army soldier (second from left) aims an M16A4.
Armourer David Aaron with an M16A4 and M203 Grenade Laucher.
In Season 2's "Natural Selection", Bob uses an unusual variant of the M16 during his Unit selection training. It appears to be neither an A1 or A2, as it has an upper receiver with A1 sights and the heavier-profile A2 barrel with A2 handguards. Most resembles a Model 715 (Canadian C7), but until a better shot of the right side of the receiver comes along or the episode's armorer himself states, a definite ID is impossible.
In Season 2's "Natural Selection", Bob must attribute quotations while he fires his M16 in the training exercise.
Another view of Bob's M16.
Bob hurries to the next training exercise with his M16.
Heckler & Koch HK416
One of the rifles that Unit members use is the Heckler & Koch HK416 in the the D10RS sub-variant with a 10 inch barrel. Grey and Jonas both use 416s with ACOG scopes mounted on M4 carrying handles in the Season 2 Finale "Paradise Lost", the others usually have the EOTech 552 Holographic sight attached (in Season 3's "Every Step You Take" (S3E04), Bob's EOTech disappears and reappears a few times). Mac uses one in Season 3's "Inside Out" (S3E05). Colonel Ryan uses one in Season 4's "Into Hell Part 1", though it is very difficult to identify clearly (the DVD extras provide a better view, albeit briefly).
Heckler & Koch HK416 with 10 inch barrel, 5.56x45mm NATO
HK416 in D10RS sub-variant with EOTech 552 Holographic sight, Forward handgrip, and AN/PEQ-2, 5.56x45mm NATO
In Season 3's "Every Step You Take", Bob takes aim with his 416. Note the missing EOTech sight.
Bob with his 416 later in the episode with the EOTech sight reattached.
From the same episode, Hector covers the rear with his 416.
Grey fires his HK416 fitted with scope and tactical light in Season 2's "Paradise Lost". Throughout the series ACOG scopes are always seen attached to rifles via carrying handle mounts (with the exception of "Dedication") as opposed to simply using the rails. Apparently the show's armorers didn't have any RIS mounts available throughout the show's run.
Grey provides cover with the 416 in Season 3's "Always Kiss Them Goodbye". The blank adapter is visible.
In Season 3's "Inside Out", Mack provides cover with the 416. The "HK" logo and the designator 416D are clearly visible.
Mack with the 416 in the same episode.
Colt Model 933
Colt Model 933s were used by Jonas, Mack, Bob, and Grey in the Season 3 episodes "Five Brothers" (S3E7) and "Play 16" (S3E8), but note that in the latter episode they switch to HK416s a couple times in a continuity error, which implies they are intended to stand in for them. They are seen outfitted with EOTech 551 Holographic sights, AN/PEQ-2s, Crane stocks, vertical foregrips, and rail mounted flip-up front sights, but strangely lack a rear sight, although one shows up on Jonas's rifle sometimes in another continuity error.
Colt Model 933 with Surefire M900 weaponlight foregrip and M68 Aimpoint scope 5.56x45mm.
In Season 3's "Five Brothers", Jonas leads the way with his 933.
A sideview of Mack's 933.
Closeup of Jonas' 933. You can see the flip up rear sight here.
Mack enters the apartment with his 933.
Bob holds his 933 on the family.
Mack watches the window with his 933.
In "Play 16", Mack hands off his 933 to Jonas.
Mark 18 Mod 0
Grey wields a custom built Mark 18 Mod 0 rifle in the opening scene of Season 4's "Hero". It appears to be the same weapon used by Jack Bauer in Season 7 of 24. Despite being equipped with a red dot sight and magnifier, the reticle shown is that of a normal rifle scope.
Grey watches the street below with his Custom Mark 18 in hand. The honeycomb Killflash should not be mistaken for a lens cover
Note the Vltor Modstock, helping to identify this rifle as the same one from 24
Heckler & Koch G36C
The Heckler & Koch G36C is carried by Sgt. Grey in the Season 1 finale "The Wall".
Heckler & Koch G36C 5.56mm
Grey with his G36C as he and Brown scale a wall.
Grey with his G36C as he plants an explosive.
SIG SG 552
Sgt. Grey carries a SIG SG 552 in Season 1's "Stress" (S1E02). Jonas, Bob, and Hector all carry these rifles in the Season 1 finale "The Wall" (Jonas's is briefly seen with a suppressor).
Charles Grey fires the SIG SG 552 in Season 1's "Stress". Oddly, his rifle appears to be equipped with a C-MORE ATAC red dot sight, with the lens missing.
In Season 1's "The Wall", Jonas Blane carries a SIG SG 552 as he yells out to the French soldiers to cease fire. His SIG is fitted with a red dot sight.
Jonas with his SIG SG 552.
Hector takes up his SIG as he sees Mack hit with a stray bullet.
Several FN FAL Variants are seen in the hands of Jonas and Hector in episode 2 of season 1. Jonas uses one with iron sights while Hector's is fitted with a scope. These were the full length FALs and one might of had a wooden stock. It was hard to tell. In season 3, episode 4, there was a couple FALs used by the enemy.
FN LAR - Light Automatic Rifle with Wooden Buttstock - 7.62x51mm
Hector's FAL looks like a standard 50.00 with metric fore ends and bipod attached.
Jonas' FAL looks like a FN LAR (the light automatic rifle variant of the FAL) with a wooden buttstock. The L.A.R. style flash hider is a giveaway.
British Inch Pattern L1A1 SLR (Self Loading Rifle) chambered in 7.62x51mm
In Season 2's "Bait", the Georgian rebels who hold Jonas hostage are armed with SA Vz.58 rifles.
Czech SA vz-58V (Výsadkový aka "Airborne")
with folding stock - 7.62x39mm
A Georgian rebel holds an Sa vz. 58 rifle on Jonas in Season 2's "Bait".
Variants of the AK are featured throughout the series. All members of the Unit is seen using an AK at least once throughout the series. Most enemies have also used the rifle.
M70B1 and M70B2
An M70B1 and an M70AB2 are seen in the hands of Dragovitch's men.
The shorty AKMSU carbines (AKM rifles converted with Krinkov parts kits and AKS-74U side-folding stocks) were used in several episodes.
AKMSU Krinkov - 7.62x39mm. This is a blank adapted full auto transferable AKM (7.62x39mm) pistol that was converted into a Krinkov via parts kit.
One of Dragovitch's men slings his AKMSU while closing the gate.
Jonas picks up an enemy AKMSU after his Derringer runs dry. Note that the safety is on, despite the fact that it's owner was firing it before he died.
Two rebels lie dead with their AKMSUs.
The custom short-barreled AKMS/Chinese Type 56-1 seen in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines and Rambo is used by Bob in "Extreme Rendition".
Custom AKMS Assault Rifle with folded stock - 7.62x39mm. The Custom rifle has parts from the Norinco Type 56 and the AKMS. In reality, these rifles don't interchange parts, but it was possible since the gun is massively customized and practically rebuilt from scratch.
Bob uses an AKM with customized shortened barrel in Season 2's "Extreme Rendition".
Seen throughout the series, but featured prominently in Season 2's "Johnny B. Good", where each member of the Unit carries an AKM rifle fitted with suppressor and Surefire light on their mission to Iran.
A soldier firing an AKM in Season 1's "Stress".
Bob provides cover fire with suppressed AKM in Season 2's "Johnny B. Good".
Grey with his suppressed AKM during the mission to Iran.
Mack enters the power plant with suppressed AKM.
General Raja's guards with AKMs.
In Season 2's "Two Coins", Grey holds an AKM on a militant.
Armourer David Aaron with an AKM from Dark of the Moon: Working with Weapons.
Close up shot of the AKM.
FN F2000 Tactical
Jonas can be seen using an FN F2000 Tactical fitted with a scope in Season 2's "Extreme Rendition" (S2E2).
FN F2000 Tactical with CAA FVG5 foregrip - 5.56x45mm NATO
A production still of Dennis Haysbert
as Jonas Blane with the F2000 Tactical at the ready.
Jonas aims the F2000 Tactical in Season 2's "Extreme Rendition".
The FAMAS rifle is seen in the hands of French Soldiers in Season 1's finale. Also seen in the hands of soldiers in South East Asia.
FAMAS-F1 French Assault Rifle 5.56mm
French forces with their FAMAS rifles in Season 1's "The Wall." This is odd because they are wearing what appears to be Dutch DPM.
A soldier stands guard with a FAMAS.
A Ruger Mini-14 is seen resting on a tree by one of the terrorist lookouts that Bob takes out in Season 1's "First Responders". Also seen used by a man in episode 4 of season 1.
A terrorist with his Mini-14 resting up against a tree.
The Sergeant holds his Mini-14 on Mac.
The Sergeant with his Mini-14.
Heckler & Koch G3
Heckler & Koch G3 rifles are used by rebel forces aiding the Unit in Season 4's "Flesh & Blood" (S4E17).
Heckler & Koch G3A3 with wide handguard 7.62x51mm NATO
One of the rebels aiding Jonas provides cover fire with the G3. This rifle appears to be equipped with a (folded) bipod.
Another shot of the G3 in Season 4's "Flesh & Blood".
Heckler & Koch HK91
A Heckler & Koch HK91 is used by a boy soldier used by an arms dealer to guard his home in Season 1's "Eating the Young" (S1E9). Some are obviously non-firing replicas, likely done for the safety of the child actors.
HK91-A2 Rifle with Standard Stock Note lack of third position for automatic fire
- 7.62x51mm NATO
Note lack of paddle magazine release and push-pin set, the tell-tale signs of an HK91. This is also a rubber stunt gun, molded from an HK91. The Rubber guns are also much lighter than the real thing so the child could hold it for longer periods of time.
The front sight is filled in, indicating that this is a rubber stunt gun, molded from an HK91.
One of the arms dealer's guards with an HK91.
Unit members observe a guard carrying an HK91.
One of the guards fires at the Unit with a Galil ARM in Season 4's "The Conduit".
IMI Galil ARM - 5.56x45mm
The guard in the tower readies his Galil.
Mossberg 500 Cruiser
A Mossberg 500 Cruiser is seen among the weapons packed on a mule in Season 1's "First Responders" (S1E1).
Mossberg 500 "Cruiser" 12 gauge.
A Mossberg 500 Cruiser is packed among other weapons on the mule.
Benelli M3 Super 90
The Benelli M3 Super 90 shotgun are the main weapons of Alpha Team members Charles Grey (Michael Irby) and Hector Williams (Demore Barnes) in the Season 1 premiere "First Responders". Also seen in the hands of the US Rangers that accompany them in the assault of the plane.
Benelli M3 Super 90 12 gauge with pistol grip stock combination
US Rangers armed with Benelli's accompany Jonas.
Grey and Williams follow Jonas with their Benelli's at the ready.
Grey and Williams fire their Benelli's at the terrorist in the rear of the plane.
Grey and Williams with their Benelli's walk with Jonas after the successful mission.
Stevens 512 Gold Wing O/U Shotgun
Jonas shoots skeet with a Stevens 512 Gold Wing O/U Shotgun chambered in 12 gauge owned by the Oil Minister. (It seems that even high-ranking government officials cheap out on shotgun choice.)
Stevens 512 O/U - 12 gauge.
Jonas firing a Stevens 512 Gold Wing O/U Shotgun - 12 gauge
Sawed off Double Barrel
In Season 2's "Manhunt", Jonas finds a sawed off double barrel shotgun from behind the counter of a white supremacist's hardware store.
Remington 870 Wingmaster
Mack used a vintage Remington 870 shotgun while posing as a bird hunter in episode 4 of season 1.
Remington 870 Wingmaster - 12 gauge.
Mack with his Remington. The shotgun is the classic 1970s vintage 870 with blued steel (and much better construction).
The Ithaca 37 shotgun is carried by a harbor guard in Season 3's "Pandemonium, Part 2" (S3E2).
Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 Gauge
The guard that opens the gate has an Ithaca 37 shotgun slung over his shoulder.
FN MAG mocked up as M240
FN MAG machine guns mocked up to resemble the M240 are seen in use by French UN forces in the Season 1 finale "The Wall" and by US Army troops in Season 2's "Dark of the Moon". They are recognizable as the M240G due to lack of heat shield but most likely, these are actually original FN MAGs mocked up to look like the M240G. In Season 3's "M.P.'s", Mack is seen firing one fitted with the heat shield and synthetic buttstock.
French forces seen with FN MAG's mounted on their humvee in "The Wall", again wearing either British or Dutch DPM which in theory only French SF or covert forces would wear.
In Season 2's "Dark of the Moon", regular Army forces are seen firing the mocked up FN MAG.
A machine gun team fires the FN MAG in "Dark of the Moon".
FN MAG 58 mocked up to resemble an M240, with synthetic buttstock and heatshield added - 7.62x51mm NATO
In Season 3's "M.P.'s", Mack mans the M240 mounted on a humvee as he and the rest of the team search for a missing celebrity in Iraq.
A closeup of Mack's M240. Note the heat shield.
Several FN MAGs from Dark of the Moon: Working with Weapons.
Armourer David Aaron with an FN MAG.
FN Minimi (M249 Para)
Hector (Demore Barnes) is seen with an FN Minimi mocked up to resemble the M249 Para in his final mission in Season 3's "Five Brothers".
M249 SAW 5.56mm paratrooper version with 200 round ammo drum
Hector with his M249 Para in "Five Brothers".
Hector provides cover the M249.
Another view of Hector with his M249.
A Browning M2 HB is taken over by Hector in Season 2's premiere "Change of Station". The M2 also is prominently seen mounted on top of humvees driven by regular Army in Season 2's "Dark of the Moon".
Hector mans the Browning M2 in Season 2's "Change of Station".
A Browning M2 is mounted on top of the humvee as the patrol pursues the tribal warriors.
The M2 is fired by regular Army in "Dark of the Moon".
Browning M2 Aircraft
A Browning M2 Aircraft model is seen used as a doorgun on the UH-1 Huey sent to extract the Unit in Season 4's "Into Hell, Part 2" and again in "The Spear of Destiny".
Browning M2 Aircraft .50 BMG
The doorgunner mans his M2 Aircraft.
PKM Machine Gun
A PKM Machine Gun was used by African forces in Season 1's "Stress" (S1E2).
PKM with latest version of Flash hider - 7.62x54mm R
An African soldier gets shot while firing the PKM machine gun in Season 1's "Stress".
An RPK light machine gun was used by a terrorist in Season 3's "Always Kiss Them Goodbye" (S3E3) during the shootout in the aircraft hangar.
RPK light machine gun 7.62x39mm
In Season 3's "Always Kiss Them Goodbye", the terrorist on the right fires the RPK.
When he gets shot, the terrorist manning the RPK makes sure to drop it straight down, landing on the bipod and pistol grip so it doesn't get damaged when it hits the metal roof.
The RPK lays on the roof as Jonas takes out the remaining terrorist.
In Season 4's "Into Hell, Part I", one of the sentries that confront the Unit at the Syrian border is seen handling an RPD machine gun.
RPD Light Machine Gun - 7.62x39mm
A sentry handles an RPD machine gun in Season 4's "Into Hell, Part II".
An M60 machine gun is seen in the arms cache found by Bob Brown and Dr. Donald Metz (Michael McKean) in Season 4's "Switchblade".
M60 machine gun with bipod folded - 7.62x51mm NATO
An M60 lays on top of the arms crates in Season 4's "Switchblade".
M60E4/Mk.43 mod. 1
An M60E4/Mk.43 mod. 1 MG was used by Jonas briefly in Season 4's "Into Hell, Part I" (S4E7). The E4's distinctive picatinny rails on the receiver cover and forend, and the removable front grip are visible on Jonas' weapon.
M60E4 Mk.43 mod.1 with bipod, picatinny rails and removable foregrip.
Jonas takes out the M60E4.
Jonas goes Rambo with the E4 in Season 4's "Into Hell, Part I".
Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR)
In Season 2's "Silver Star", a US Army soldier is briefly seen using a Browning Automatic Rifle during the Korean War flashback.
Browning Automatic Rifle - .30-06
In Season 2's "Silver Star", the US soldier on the right fires the BAR.
DShKM Heavy Machine Gun (Browning M2 mockup)
A Browning M2 mocked up to resemble the DShK heavy machine gun is frequently used in the series. It's fired by Taliban warriors in Season 1's "Dedication" (S1E7), set up by Syrian forces in Season 4's "Into Hell, Part II" and fired by Mack in Season 4's "Switchblade".
A Russian DShKM in 12.7x109mm on Tripod
The mocked up DShK fired in Season 1's "Dedication." Note that this shot appears to have been flipped.
Syrian forces set up the DshK in Season 4's "Into Hell, Part II" (Mack refers to it as a "big gun").
The DShK is fired by Mack in Season 4's "Switchblade".
Mark 12 Mod 0 SPR
A Mark 12 SPR is used by Jonas in "Eating the Young" (S1E9).
Mark 12 Mod 0 SPR, 5.56x45mm
Jonas provides cover with the Mk12 SPR.
A better shot of the barrel and suppressor.
Jonas carries the suppressed Mk12 SPR as he and Grey move into position.
M16A4 (Sporter Competition H-Bar)
M16A4s were shown prominently in Season 2's "The Kill Zone" (S2E3) where for some strange reason, the entire unit went into the field carrying them and their man that was pinned down was also carrying one. It was noted that Jonas recognized the sound of a "7.62" shot distinctly over the enemy sniper's weapon to recognize it as one of their own (hinting that these are supposed to be standing in for SR-25 rifles. The fact that they use 20 round magazines futher supports this theory). The problem is that all of their rifles fires 5.56 including the man they were rescuing, who clearly was using an M4. At the beginning of the episode Bob was training a group of Unit recruits who were all using these rifles. Propwise, these are probably the same ones used later in the episodes by the rest of the Unit cast out in the field. While they are usually seen fired in semi auto mode, Mack fires a burst of 5-10 rounds proving that these rifles are in fact capable of full auto fire.
It's worth noting that the sound signature of the "7.62" that Jonas recognized was much beefier than that of a 5.56.
M16A4 with PEQ-2 laser, ACOG sight and tactical foregrip.
Unit recruits with their M16A4's on the firing range.
A Unit recruit tries to hit his target with the M16A4.
Jonas, Grey, and Hector fan out with their M16A4's in "The Kill Zone".
Grey watches his corner with the M16A4.
Mack and Hector draw fire with their M16A4's.
In Season 1's "Dedication", Bob uses an Armalite AR-10 was dressed up as a sniper rifle, most likely as a placeholder for the Knight's Armament SR-25. It is not a SR-25 due to the the fencing around the magazine release, the SR-25 lacking this feature. Bob fires it on full auto while in the chopper, despite the fact that its trigger group clearly lacks an "Auto" option, but this was most likely added in post-production editing because no casings are ejected and the dust cover remains in place.
Armalite AR-10SB Target 7.62x51mm NATO with magazine removed, Harris bipod, silenmcer, and Magpul PRS stock
In Season 1's "Dedication", Bob Brown takes aim with the AR-10 mocked up to resemble the SR-25.
A closeup of Bob's AR-10.
Bob prepares to spike the mortar with his AR-10 at his side.
An AR-10 is seen as Jonas tends to the wounded Bravo member.
Bob with his AR-10 after disabling the mortar.
The sound effects in this scene would have you believe Bob is firing on full auto, despite his weapon being semi-auto only (you can even see the trigger group). Also, like Jonas' M4, the dust cover remains in place, revealing that the actor is not actually firing.
Cheyenne Tactical M-200 Intervention
Two Cheyenne Tactical M-200 Interventions were used by Bob Brown and Hector Williams in the Season 2 episode "Dark of the Moon" to engage the enemy targets.
Note: on the DVD commentary for S3E1 "Pandemonium Part 1" theses rifles are misidentified by cast and crew members as ".50 caliber sniper rifles."
Cheyenne Tactical M-200 Intervention with suppressor.
Mack spots for Hector as he fires the Cheytac M-200.
Bob prepares to engage the enemy with his Cheytac.
Hector has a misfire with his Cheytac, which all the actor does is just shake the action instead of pulling the bolt back to see what's wrong. It looks like a simple jam
Bob takes out the humvee with the Cheytac.
Technical Advisor Eric Haney
demonstrates the Cheyenne Tactical M-200 Intervention to Scott Foley
(Bob Brown). Haney originally wanted the .50 caliber Barrett to be used, but Armourer Roland Bleitz opted to use the M-200, likely because that's what was on hand.
Armourer David Aaron setting up on the M-200's for the sniping scene.
Heckler & Koch PSG1
Mack used a PSG1 in "Stress" (S1E2) with great effect. His rifle had a 20 round magazine in it.
Heckler & Koch PSG1 with a 20 round magazine (as in the Unit) - 7.62x51mm NATO
Mack takes aim at the pursuing guerrillas.
Mack fires on the guerrillas to slow them down.
Mack spots Patrick Collins through the scope on his PSG1
Remington 700 AICS
A sniper rifle frequently used by The Unit is a Remington 700 AICS. Bob is seen firing one in Season 1's "Non-permissive Environment". Mack also used this in Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice" and again in "Endgame". Sam McBride (Wes Chatham) is seen with this rifle in Season 4's "Best Laid Plans" (fitted with a Elcan Digital Day/Night scope, which is inaccurately portrayed not only as being a thermal scope, but as being able to detect heat through windows and curtains) and again in "Whiplash". The action is a Remington variant since the bolt is not an AI design. The folding stock hinge and adjustable cheek piece are visible in the close-up, so this would be an AICS 2.0 model. Also, AI L115 rifles are generally outfitted with Schmidt and Bender PMII scopes which this scope is definitely not. Also, unless the magazine has been removed (unlikely during a mission), the magazine on an actual Accuracy International AW/M will be protruding from the bottom of the stock. You can clearly see the paddle style magazine release in front of the trigger guard which would normally be blocked by an inserted magazine. This rifle is the same rifle used by Micheal Weston in season 2 of Burn Notice. The giveaway is the scope rings are the same cheapies seen on Jonas' rifle here. They should be heavy badgers or warnes.
Remington 700 in AICS 2.0 stock with Harris bipod and 10 round magazine - 7.62x51mm NATO
In Season 4's "Sacrifice", Mack provides cover with the Remington.
Sam McBride uses the suppressed Remington in Season 4's "Whiplash".
In Season 4's "Whiplash", Jonas assembles the Remington while he waits for Sam's arrival.
Jonas continues to assemble the rifle. The scope is a 10X fixed power Leupold M3 Ultra and appears to be mounted backwards (note the lock ring on the rear objective mounted forward and the mounts lock nuts to the right rather than left).
Mack Gerhardt (Max Martini) wields a Remington Model 700PSS rifle chambered in either .308 or .300 Winchester Magnum in Season 3. This scene is also prominently featured in the Season 4 opening.
Remington Model 700PSS with Harris bipod and Leupold Mark 4 scope - .300 Win Mag.
The terrorist Zjhokar (Sven Holmberg) is seen with an SVD Dragunov in Season 2's "Bait".
The terrorist Zjhokar scopes a US official with the Dragunov in Season 2's "Bait".
Zjhokar reacts to Mack while aiming his Dragunov.
Blaser R93 LRS2
In Season 3's "Gone Missing" (S3E10), the Unit goes on a mission armed with the Blaser R93 LRS2 Precision Sniper Rifle as their sniper rifles. In the episode, the Blaser used a new type of ammo filled with mercury that was designed specifically not to over penetrate. The rifles were handled by Bob, Grey and Mack with Jonas alternating with Bob a couple times. The sound effect used is that of a suppressed round when clearly none of the rifles were suppressed. Another of these rifles was used by an enemy sniper in Season 4's "Flesh & Blood".
Blaser R93 LRS2 Precision Sniper Rifle with Harris Bipod attached - .308
In Season 3's "Gone Missing", Mack fires the Blaser. The edit appeared to make seem like there was no recoil.
Another view of Mack with the Blaser.
Bob with his Blaser after the target is eliminated.
The sniper's Blaser is seen on the ground next to him after he is shot and falls out of the tree.
AIG Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM
In Season 4's "Best Laid Plans", Bob Brown (Scott Foley) is seen with a Gen 2 AIG Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM modular sniper rifle in .338 Lapua Magnum while covering Jonas and Mack. Bob uses this rifle again during the standoff with Sam in "Whiplash".
AIG Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM
Bob covers Jonas and Mack with the AIG Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM.
Closeup of Bob looking through the scope.
Bob takes cover holding the rifle in Season 4's "Best Laid Plans".
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III
A Taliban warrior uses a Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III to wound a chopper pilot in Season 1's "Dedication" (S1E7). In Season 2's "Dark of the Moon" (S2E17), many tribal warrior use Enfields as they attack the Unit and the American forces.
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* - .303 British. This was the main battle rifle of British and Commonwealth forces during the First World War, introduced in 1907 it has seen action throughout the 20th century.
A Taliban warrior opens fire on a Navy helo with his Lee-Enfield in Season 1's "Dedication".
A tribal warrior fires his Enfield in Season 2's "Dark of the Moon".
Armourer David Aaron with a Lee-Enfield.
The SKS rifle was used by terrorists in Season 2's "In Loco Parentis" (S2E20). The rifle was also seen in Season 1's "200th Hour" (S1E3).
SKS rifle 7.62x39mm with bayonet folded
Chechen terrorists with their SKS rifles.
Terrorists with their SKSs at the ready.
An Indonesian rebel holds his SKS on Jonas.In this photo it is important to point out that this is a Norinco SKS Paratrooper with the thumbhole stock and a modified mag well to accept AK mags. You can clearly see the bayonet lug has been removed and is just a squared off block. This was done in the 90s to comply with the US assult weapons ban for import. They were only imported to the US like this i'm not sure if this was a mistake but I doubt someone would have imported it back from the us to Asia.
In Season 2's "Silver Star", the M1 Garand rifle is seen used by US forces, including Jonas' father during the Korean War flashback.
M1 Garand semiautomatic Rifle with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
Jonas' father George Blane (Benjamin Brown
) is seen with his M1 Garand during a Korean War battle in Season 2's "Silver Star".
Another US soldier fires an M1 Garand in "Silver Star".
In Season 1's "200th Hour" (S1E3), Indonesian rebels are seen carrying M1 Carbine rifles.
Korean War Era M1 Carbine
, with M4 bayonet and twin magazine pouch
A rebel threatens Jonas with his M1 Carbine.
An Indonesian rebel fires his M1 carbine in Season 1's "200th Hour".
Marlin Model 336
The Park Ranger who gets shot in the Season 4 premiere "Sacrifice" is seen with a Marlin Model 336. Bridget is seen putting the rifle on the Ranger to distract the terrorist shooting at her. Another is seen in Carson's truck in "Switchblade."
Marlin 336A Carbine - .30-30 Carbine
Bridget is seen putting the Marlin rifle on the dead park ranger in Season 4's "Sacrifice".
A Marlin is seen behind Grey in Season 4's "Switchblade."
Kentucky Flintlock Rifle
In Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice", Grey finds a Kentucky Flintlock Rifle in the cabin when they prepare to make their last stand. They don't fire it, but they use the black powder to make an improvised explosive.
Kentucky Rifle - .50, .45, or .36 caliber.
In Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice", Grey finds a Kentucky Flintlock Rifle
in the cabin when they prepare to make their last stand.
One of the terrorists who attacks the wedding reception in Season 1's "The Wall" uses a Hi-Point Carbine. Despite being a semi auto weapon in reality, it is depicted firing full auto. Obviously that terrorist had converted that weapon into full auto.
The terrorist gets shot wielding a Hi-Point Carbine.
As he goes down, the terrorist empties the magazine into the ceiling, taking out the chandelier.
M203 Grenade Launcher
An M203 Grenade Launcher is seen mounted underneath Jonas' M4 in "Exposure" and Mack's in "Dedication". Hector is also seen leading a group of US Army soldiers with M203's in "Dark of the Moon".
M203 grenade launcher 40mm
In Season 1's "Exposure", Jonas is seen firing an M4 with an M203 attached underneath in a flashback sequence.
A side angle of Jonas' M4 with M203 in Season 1's "Exposure".
In Season 1's "Dedication", Mack is armed with the M4 with an M203 attached underneath. Note that this is the shorter M203A1, in contrast to Jonas's M203 pictured above.
Army troops load their M203's in Season 2's "Dark of the Moon".
The troops fire their M203's in the same episode.
Cobray CM203 37mm Flare Launcher
M4A1 carbines fitted with the Cobray CM203 37mm Flare Launcher standing in for the M203 were used by Bob, Grey, and Mack on the mission to Iraq to rescue Betsy Blane in Season 4's "Into Hell: Part 1" (S4E7) and "Into Hell: Part 2" (S4E8).
Late Model Cobray CM203, not attached to a rifle - 37mm flare
Mack in Iraq armed with an M4A1 carbine fitted with a Cobray CM203, standing in for the real M203 Grenade Launcher
Mack enters a house from which his team is being fired upon by insurgents.
Close-up of the CM203 receiver area. Note the charging handle distinguishing it from the real M203, which does not have an exterior cocking mechanism.
Bob Brown (Scott Foley) is seen taking out a helicopter with a FIM-92A Stinger in the Season 1's "Eating The Young."
A production image of Scott Foley as Bob Brown with a Stinger.
Another production image of the Stinger being fired.
Bob fires the Stinger as Mack and Hector provide cover.
Bob watches as the Stinger takes out the helicopter.
Chinese Type 69 RPG
Several Type 69 RPG's are seen being used throughout the series. In Season 1's "The Wall", Dragovich's men fire one at oncoming French forces. In Season 2's "Dark of the Moon", Jonas takes one from a fallen tribal warrior and uses it on the onslaught of the enemy. Both examples seen here are the Chinese Type 69 launcher (the Chinese version of the Soviet RPG-7). The biggest difference is that the Chinese RPG had only one pistol grip. The second hand has to grasp a carry handle on top of the launcher. The Type 69s in the series have PGO-7 scopes mounted on the launcher.
In Season 1's "The Wall", one of Dragovich's men fires the RPG.
In Season 2's "Dark of the Moon", Jonas prepares to fire the captured RPG.
Assistant Prop Master Eric Dennis with an RPG from Dark of the Moon: Working with Weapons.
M67 "Baseball" Grenade
The M67 "Baseball" Grenade is used throughout the series. Bob uses one to spike a mortar in Season 1's "Dedication". He also uses one in Season 3's "Every Step You Take". In Season 4's "Whiplash", Sam booby traps the door to the office he barricades himself in with three M67s.
In Season 3's "Every Step You Take", the embassy employee throws the M67 grenade, but forgets to pull the pin, which Bob then has to detonate with a gunshot.
Three M67s wired to the door of the auto dealership.
M26 "Lemon" Grenade
A terrorist attempts to use an M26 hand grenade in Season 4's "Hill 60" before being shot. Jonas finds a crate of them in Sam's storage locker. Sam later uses one to aid his escape, though strangely when he barricades himself in the auto dealership office, he is shown to have booby trapped the door with M67 grenades.
A terrorist tries to pull the pin, but is shot dead before being able to do so.
Jonas finds a crate full of M26 grenades.
CTS Model 7290M Mini Bang
A CTS "Mini Bang" is used by Jonas (combined with some drugs and chemicals found in the lab) in Season 4's "Mislead and Misguided." During the standoff in "Whiplash", Sam holds one up to the window, calling it a concussion grenade. It should be noted that, though flashbangs are often erroneously called concussion grenades, the two are very different, as concussion grenades are much more deadly then flashbangs. Given the dialog of the scene, it's likely that the filmmakers intended for this to be an actual concussion grenade, and simply used a prop flashbang during filming.
CTS Model 7290M Mini Bang
Jonas stuffs the Mini Bang in bag of heroin.
Sam holds the Mini Bang up to the window.
"ALS" prop Flashbang
Sam McBride uses an unknown Flashbang in the opening scene of Season 4's "Hero". Jonas can be briefly seen with a pair of these strapped to his vest in Season 3's "Play 16." They bear the logo of ALS Technologies (a real company which actually makes stun grenades), however they look nothing like any product in ALS's catalog. These are likely prop replicas.
Sam holds the Flashbang on Mack.
Seen briefly in the series premier "First Responders" among other weapons are two different grenades of unknown type.
The grenades among other weapons. The one at the top right may be a Defense Technologies CS grenade, while the one at the bottom right looks like some sort of flashbang of unknown make. The other two appear to be M67s.
Crossman Air Pistol
Two Crossman air pistols loaded with tranquilizers were used by Afghan Tribesmen to incapacitate Jonas and Mack in Season 4's "Shadow Riders."
Two tribesmen incapacitate Jonas and Mack.
Wheelie bag carrying handle gun
In Season 4's "The Conduit" (S4E4), Bob and Jonas had these weapons disguised as the carrying handles for their wheelie bags. It appears each of the square extendable rods were hidden barrels that each load one round, possible .22 or something small. To fire, they collapse the carrying handle forward into the smaller rod like you would a carrying handle of this type and it fires both rounds at the same time. I don't know if this is a real firearm, but it acts like one. Meant to be used to disarm armed men with real guns.
Jonas loads a round into the wheelie bag zip gun in Season 4's "The Conduit".
Bob loads a round into his wheelie bag gun.
Jonas prepares to fire the gun.
When Grey is taken to Carson's house in Season 4's "Switchblade," a gun rack with unknown rifles on it is seen briefly. Two others are seen in the hardware store in Season 2's "Manhunt."
The gun rack is seen behind Grey.
Two gun racks are seen in the office of the hardware store. The one on the left appears to contain Kalashnikov pattern rifles, while the one on the right has AR-15 style weapons.
Two "regular Army" soldiers with their M16A2s. Note several things about the uniform, The helmet worn by the soldier on the right does appear to be the ACH/MICH TC 2000 or anything similar. Also note that the soldier on the right does not have helmet straps in addition to his helmet cover being on backwards. The Rhinomount baseplate on the other soldier's helmet is not installed correctly. The soldiers's ACUs also lack the IR tabs or even the IR tab covers; Another interesting thing is that they wear the patch of the 23rd "Americal" Infantry Division, a unit that has been inactive since 1971 (Though the use of an inactive Army Unit was likely on purpose).