The Unit - Season 4

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The Unit - Season 4
TheUnit S4.jpg
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Channel CBS
Genre Action
Broadcast 2008-2009
No. of Episodes 22
Main Cast
Character Actor
Jonas Blane Dennis Haysbert
Bob Brown Scott Foley
Mack Gerhardt Max Martini
Charles Grey Michael Irby
Thomas Ryan Robert Patrick
Bridget Sullivan Nicole Steinwedell
Sam McBride Wes Chatham



The following weapons were used in Season 4 of the television series The Unit:


Contents

Pistols

Kimber Warrior

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.
Closeup of Jonas' Kimber Warrior in "Whiplash" (S4E19). Can't ask for a better shot.
Jonas uses a suppressor with his Kimber Warrior in "Endgame" (S4E21).
Closeup of the suppressed Kimber in "Endgame" (S4E21).
A nice closeup of Jonas' Kimber in "Endgame" (S4E21).

Colt M1911A1

The M1911A1 is a frequent weapon seen in the series. Master Sgt. Mack Gerhardt (Max Martini) carries one as his sidearm. 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" (S4E21).

M1911Colt.jpg
In "Dancing Lessons" (S4E05), Bob checks the perimeter of the kidnappers' hideout with the scoped and suppressed M1911A1.
In "Dancing Lessons" (S4E05), Bob fires his scoped M1911A1.
An operative with his scoped M1911A1 in "Endgame" (S4E21).

SIG-Sauer P225

The SIG-Sauer P225 is used by Sgt. Charles Grey (Michael Irby) with a suppressor in "The Last Nazi" (S4E14). SSgt. Sam McBride (Wes Chatham) is seen with a P225 in the opening scene of Season 4's "Hero" (S4E15).

SIG-Sauer P225 - 9x19mm
Grey armed with the SIG in "Inquisition" (S5E06).
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.

SIG-Sauer P226

The SIG-Sauer P226 is the sidearm of Sgt. Charles Grey (Michael Irby) and Sgt. Hector Williams (Demore Barnes) throughout the series. 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.

SIG-Sauer P226 9x19mm
Leon Drake (David Rees Snell) wields the SIG in "Unknown Soldier" (S4E22).

SIG-Sauer P229 (Two-tone)

A two-tone SIG-Sauer P229 is the initial sidearm of US Army intelligence officer Bridget Sullivan (Nicole Steinwedell). She is seen with the pistol in the Season 4 premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01). 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" (S4E18). An assassin also uses a similar pistol in "The Last Nazi" (S4E14).

SIG-Sauer P229R two tone - 9x19mm
Bridget "Redcap" Sullivan (Nicole Steinwedell) with her (unloaded) P229 in the Season 4 premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01). Note that she has gotten on the radio before reloading her pistol.
Bridget "Redcap" Sullivan (Nicole Steinwedell) with her P229 as she engages a fake National Guard in the Season 4 premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01).
Redcap fires her P229 at the attacking fake National Guardsmen in the Season 4 premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01).
Redcap's empty P229 lies on the ground next to her. Note the empty double stack magazine nearby.
The assassin surrenders her P229 in "The Last Nazi" (S4E14). Note that the slide is locked back, despite the fact that only two rounds were heard fired.

SIG-Sauer P230

A suppressed SIG-Sauer P230 was used by one of the Russians who ambushes Bob in "Endgame" (S4E21). Bob handles the pistol in the episode.

SIG-Sauer P230
A suppressed SIG-Sauer P230 seen on the floor in "Endgame" (S4E21).

Glock 17

The Glock 17 is one of the weapons prominently featured throughout the series. Charles Grey (Michael Irby) uses a Glock 17 during the opening scene of "Sacrifice" (S4E01).

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.
Charles Grey (Michael Irby) uses a Glock 17 during the opening scene of "Sacrifice" (S4E01).

Glock 19

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 premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01). The pistols are used frequently by terrorists in other episodes, including "Dancing Lessons" (S4E05), "Inquisition" (S4E06), "Misled and Misguided" (S4E10), and "Switchblade" (S4E11). Isaac Reed (Hank Stratton) points his Glock at Kim Brown in "Misled and Misguided" (S4E10).

Glock 19 9x19mm
President-elect Benjamin Castillo (Benito Martinez) is armed with a Glock when he is confronted by the team in Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01).
A kidnapper wields the Glock during "Dancing Lessons" (S4E05).
A terrorist draws his Glock 19 before surrendering in "Inquisition" (S4E06). This appears to be a Non-Gun.
A terrorist shoots his surrendering partner with a Glock 19 in "Inquisition" (S4E06).
Isaac Reed (Hank Stratton) points his Glock at Kim Brown in "Misled and Misguided" (S4E10).
Isaac Reed surrenders his Glock when confronted by a police helicopter in "Misled and Misguided" (S4E10).

Glock 26

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.

Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS has been seen in the hands of SWAT members, Unit members, and US military CID agents. Sam McBride (Wes Chatham) takes a 92FS from a police officer in "Whiplash" (S4E19).

Beretta 92FS 9x19mm
In Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01), a terrorist disguised as a US National Guardsman tries to pull his Beretta on Bridget.
In "Sudden Flight" (S4E02), a terrorist disguised as a passenger holds the Beretta.
In "Into Hell, Part 1" (S4E07), 2nd Lt. Betsy Blane (Angel M. Wainwright) fires her Beretta during an ambush.

Browning Hi-Power

The Browning Hi-Power is used by a gunman in "Hero" (S4E15).

Browning Hi-Power "Type 73" - 9x19mm
A gunman defending Hector's killer fires his Hi-Power in "Hero" (S4E15).

Beretta 950 Jetfire

In "Bad Beat" (S4E12), Bridget Sullivan (Nicole Steinwedell) pulls a stainless Beretta 950 Jetfire.

Stainless Beretta 950B Jetfire - .25 ACP‎
Bridget Sullivan (Nicole Steinwedell) fires a stainless Jetfire in "Bad Beat" (S4E12).

Walther PPK

In "The Conduit" (S4E04), 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 "The Conduit" (S4E04), Mack (Max Martini) uses a suppressed Walther.

Heckler & Koch USP

The Heckler & Koch USP is the sidearm of choice for both Bob Brown (Scott Foley) and Sam McBride (Wes Chatham) in Season 4.

Heckler & Koch USP - .45 ACP
Bob Brown (Scott Foley) draws his USP in "Inquisition" (S4E06).
Sam holds the pistol in "Endgame" (S4E21).
Jonas with the pistol in "Endgame" (S4E21).

Heckler & Koch USP Custom Sport

In later Season 4 episodes, the pistol carried by Bob appears to be a Heckler & Koch USP Custom Sport. Sam holds a similar pistol in "Whiplash" (S4E19).

Heckler & Koch USP Custom Sport - .45 ACP
In "Hill 60" (S4E16), Bob draws his USP custom while wearing an NBC suit. Note that this USP has adjustable sights.
Sam holds his USP to his head in "Whiplash" (S4E19).
Bob draws his custom USP in "Endgame" (S4E21).

Heckler & Koch P7

In "Sex Trade" (S4E03), Bridget takes a Heckler & Koch P7 off a dead terrorist.

Heckler & Koch P7 - 9mm
In "Sex Trade" (S4E03), Bridget takes a Heckler & Koch P7 off a dead terrorist.

Cobra Big Bore Derringer

In Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01), 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 in the Season 4 premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01).
In Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01), Bridget Sullivan (Nicole Steinwedell) draws her Derringer from an ankle holster.
In Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01), Bridget fires her Derringer. Note the vented rib visible in this picture, a feature of the Cobra Derringers.

Kahr K9 M9098 Elite

In "Sudden Flight" (S4E02), the head terrorist uses a Kahr K9.

Kahr K9 M9098 Elite
In "Sudden Flight" (S4E02), the lead hijacker takes the K9 from his briefcase.
In "Sudden Flight" (S4E02), the lead hijacker holds the K9 on the other passengers.

Makarov PM

What appear to be Makarov PM pistols are carried by Chinese officers in "Bad Beat" (S4E12). Bob takes one off an officer after being tortured in the episode. The team finds a suppressed Makarov PM on a deceased Spetznaz member in "Chaos Theory" (S4E20), and is identified by Bob as a "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.

Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Bob holds the pistol in "Bad Beat" (S4E12).
A suppressed Makarov PM is found on a deceased Spetznaz member in "Chaos Theory" (S4E20). Although identified as a "Kirovsky(?) 9mm armor-piercing Standard Spetznaz Issue", this is clearly a Makarov, with the grips being the most obvious giveaway.

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".

9mm semi-automatic
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.

Smith & Wesson SW99 9mm
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.

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. With stainless slide
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.

Revolvers

Colt New Service

A Colt New Service 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.
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 in "Shadow Riders" (S4E09).

Webley Mk.IV WW2 British Army version chambered for .38 S&W
An Afghan Tribesman with his Webley in "Shadow Riders" (S4E09).

Smith & Wesson Model 36

In "Sex Trade" (S4E03), a Smith & Wesson Model 36 is planted on a male student who tried to blackmail Tiffy.

Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 special - 5 shot
In "Sex Trade" (S4E03), the S&W is retrieved from an unsuspecting student.

Smith & Wesson Model 60

A Smith & Wesson Model 60 was first seen in the Season 4 premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01) as Mack's throwaway gun. Mack later plays Russian roulette with the revolver in "Inquisition" (S5E06). He later holds the revolver on Tom Ryan in "Into Hell (Part 2)" (S4E08).

Smith & Wesson Model 60 with rubber grips.
A Smith & Wesson Model 60 was first seen in the Season 4 premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01) as Mack's throwaway gun.
Mack later plays Russian roulette with the revolver in "Inquisition" (S5E06).
Mack later holds the revolver on Tom Ryan in "Into Hell (Part 2)" (S4E08).

Colt Single Action Army

In "Switchblade" (S4E11), Grey is seen restoring a classic Single Action Army.

The Custom engraved Colt Single Action army used by Lance Henriksen in The Quick and the Dead (1995) - .45 LC.
Grey restores the custom engraved revolver in "Switchblade" (S4E11).

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

The Heckler & Koch MP5A3 is used throughout Season 4. In "The Last Nazi" (S4E14), a bodyguard carries a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 equipped with a tri-rail, Aimpoint red dot sight, and vertical foregrip.

H&K MP5A3 9x19mm
Mack is armed with the MP5A3 while giving orders in "Sudden Flight" (S4E02).
In "The Last Nazi" (S4E14), the bodyguard with his tricked out Heckler & Koch MP5A3.

Heckler & Koch MP5SD3

Heckler & Koch MP5SD3s are seen used by the Unit in Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01). 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.
Jonas rises from a pool firing the MP5SD at the beginning of "Sacrifice" (S4E01).
Grey provides cover with his MP5SD in "Sacrifice" (S4E01).
Bob uses the MP5SD while rescuing the President in Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01).

Heckler & Koch MP5K

In "Sacrifice" (S4E01), 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.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
Mack provides cover with the MP5K in "Sacrifice" (S4E01).
Mack with the MP5K in "Sacrifice: (S4E01).

Heckler & Koch MP7A1 PDW

A Heckler & Koch MP7A1 was seen used by operatives in "Hero" (S4E15).

Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with Zeiss Z-Point red dot sight and 40-round magazine - 4.6x30mm
In "Hero" (S4E15), a gunman defending Hector's killer with his MP7.
The gunman fires his MP7 in "Hero" (S4E15).
Hector's killer with his MP7 in "Hero" (S4E15).

Heckler & Koch UMP45

A Mexican Special Forces member is briefly seen holding a Heckler & Koch UMP when taking orders from Mack in "Sudden Flight" (S4E02).

Heckler &K UMP .45 ACP
A Mexican Special Forces member is briefly seen holding a Heckler & Koch UMP when taking orders from Mack in "Sudden Flight" (S4E02).

Uzi

A full size Uzi was used by terrorists as well as Grey in Season 4.

IMI Uzi 9mm
In "End Game" (S4E21), a terrorist (stuntman Mark Kubr) lays dead holding his Uzi. Note the stainless charging handle.

Mini Uzi

A Mini-Uzi is used by Bob in "The Conduit" (S4E04).

Mini Uzi SMG with stock folded - 9mm
Bob fires a mini-Uzi in "The Conduit" (S4E04).
One of the guards fires his mini-Uzi in "The Conduit" (S4E04).

Micro Uzi

A Micro-Uzi is used by a terrorist in the series finale "Unknown Soldier" (S4E22).

IMI Micro Uzi - 9mm.
A terrorist fires his Micro-Uzi in the series finale "Unknown Soldier" (S4E22).


Škorpion vz. 61

The Škorpion vz. 61 was used by hijackers in "Sudden Flight" (S4E02).

Skorpion SA Vz 61 - .32 ACP
A hijacker with a Vz. 61 in "Sudden Flight" (S4E02).
Grey handles a terrorist's Skorpion in "Sudden Flight" (S4E02).

Rifles/Carbines

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). Dr. Donald Metz (Michael McKean) was given an M4A1 on a mission, which he uses to kill two unarmed men in "Switchblade" (S4E11).

Colt M4A1 Carbine - 5.56mm
Bob Brown (Scott Foley) with his M4A1 fitted with a launcher in "Into Hell (Part 2)" (S4E08).
Jonas "Snake Doctor" Blane (Dennis Haysbert) with his M4A1 in "Misled and Misguided" (S4E10). The weapon is fitted with a brass catcher, but this is missing in several subsequent shots.
Both Mack and Bob are armed with the M4A1 in "Misled and Misguided" (S4E10). Note the missing brass catchers, which were there earlier in the sequence.
Dr. Donald Metz (Michael McKean) after using his M4A1 in "Switchblade" (S4E11).
Jonas "Snake Doctor" Blane with his M4 in "Flesh & Blood" (S4E17).
Sam "Whiplash" McBride with his M4 in "Flesh & Blood" (S4E17).
Bob Brown with his M4A1 in "Whiplash" (S4E19).

Heckler & Koch HK416

Colonel Ryan uses the Heckler & Koch HK416 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
On the right, Colonel Ryan uses the Heckler & Koch HK416 in Season 4's "Into Hell Part 1".

Mk 18 Mod 0

Grey wields a custom built Mk 18 Mod 0 rifle in the opening scene of "Hero" (S4E15). 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.

Mk 18 Mod 0 with RIS handguard - 5.56x45mm
Grey watches the street below with his custom Mk 18 in hand in "Hero" (S4E15).The honeycomb Killflash should not be mistaken for a lens cover.
Grey with the rifle in "Hero" (S4E15). Note the Vltor Modstock, helping to identify this rifle as the same one from 24.

Heckler & Koch G3

Heckler & Koch G3 rifles are used by rebel forces aiding the Unit in "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 "Flesh & Blood" (S4E17).

Galil ARM

One of the guards fires at the Unit with a Galil ARM in "The Conduit" (S4E04).

IMI Galil ARM - 5.56x45mm
The guard in the tower readies his Galil in "The Conduit" (S4E04).

Marlin Model 336

The Park Ranger who gets shot in the Season 4 premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01) was seen with a Marlin Model 336. Bridget is seen putting the rifle on the Ranger to distract the terrorist shooting at her.

Marlin 336A Carbine - .30-30 Carbine
Bridget is seen putting the Marlin rifle on the dead park ranger in Season 4's "Sacrifice" (S4E01).

Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy"

What appear to be a Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" is seen in Carson's truck in "Switchblade" (S4E08).

Denix non-firing Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy" replica
The rifle is seen behind Grey in "Switchblade" (S4E08).

Kentucky Flintlock Rifle

In Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01) , 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" (S4E01), Grey finds a Kentucky Flintlock Rifle in the cabin when they prepare to make their last stand.

Machine Guns

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 "Into Hell (Part 2)" (S4E08) and again in "The Spear of Destiny" (S4E13).

Browning M2 Aircraft .50 BMG
The doorgunner mans his M2 Aircraft in "Into Hell (Part 2)" (S4E08).

RPD

In "Into Hell (Part I)" (S4E07), 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 "Into Hell (Part I)" (S4E07).

M60

An M60 machine gun is seen in the arms cache found by Bob Brown and Dr. Donald Metz (Michael McKean) in "Switchblade" (S4E11).

M60 machine gun with bipod folded - 7.62x51mm NATO
M60 seen in the bottom right in "Switchblade" (S4E11).
An M60 lays on top of the arms crates in "Switchblade" (S4E11).

M60E4/Mk.43 mod. 1

An M60E4/Mk.43 mod. 1 MG was used by Jonas briefly in "Into Hell (Part I)" (S4E07). 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 in "Into Hell (Part I)" (S4E07). .
Jonas goes "Rambo" with the E4 in "Into Hell (Part I)" (S4E07).

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. The machine gun was set up by Syrian forces in "Into Hell (Part 2)" (S4E08). The weapon also is seen handled by both Mack and Bob in "Switchblade" (S4E11).

A Russian DShKM in 12.7x109mm on Tripod
Syrian forces set up the DshK in "Into Hell (Part 2)" (S4E08). Mack refers to the weapon as a "big gun".
The DShK is fired by Mack in "Switchblade" (S4E11).

Sniper Rifles

Remington 700 AICS

A sniper rifle frequently used by the Unit is a Remington 700 AICS. Mack also used this in Season 4's premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01) and again in "Endgame" (S4E21). In "Best Laid Plans" (S4E18), Sam McBride (Wes Chatham) is seen with this rifle (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" (S4E19). 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. Visible is 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 premiere "Sacrifice" (S4E01), Mack provides cover with the Remington.
Sam McBride uses the suppressed Remington in "Whiplash" (S4E19).
In "Whiplash" (S4E19)., Jonas assembles the Remington while he waits for Sam's arrival.
Jonas continues to assemble the rifle in "Whiplash" (S4E19). 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).
Jonas loads the rifle in "Whiplash" (S4E19).

Blaser R93 LRS2

A Blaser R93 LRS2 Precision Sniper Rifle was used by an enemy sniper in "Flesh & Blood" (S4E17).

Blaser R93 LRS2 Precision Sniper Rifle with Harris Bipod attached - .308
The sniper's Blaser is seen on the ground next to him after he is shot and falls out of the tree in "Flesh & Blood" (S4E17).

AIG Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM

In "Best Laid Plans" (S4E18), 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" (S4E19).

AIG Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM
Bob covers Jonas and Mack with the AIG Asymmetric Warrior ASW338LM in "Best Laid Plans" (S4E18).
Closeup of Bob looking through the scope in "Best Laid Plans" (S4E18).
Bob takes cover holding the rifle in "Best Laid Plans" (S4E18).

Heavy Weapons

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 rescue Betsy Blane in "Into Hell (Part 1)" (S4E07) and "Into Hell (Part 2)" (S4E08).

Late Model Cobray CM203, not attached to a rifle - 37mm flare
In "Into Hell (Part 1)" (S4E07), Mack in Iraq armed with an M4A1 carbine fitted with a Cobray CM203, standing in for the real M203 Grenade Launcher.
In "Into Hell (Part 1)" (S4E07), Mack enters a house from which his team is being fired upon by insurgents.
Close-up of the CM203 receiver area in "Into Hell (Part 1)" (S4E07). Note the charging handle distinguishing it from the real M203, which does not have an exterior cocking mechanism.

RPG-7

An RPG-7 is found in a cache of weapons in "Switchblade" (S4E11).

RPG-7
Both Bob and Dr. Metz find a cache of weapons incoluding RPG's in "Switchblade" (S4E11).

Other

M67 "Baseball" Grenade

The M67 "Baseball" Grenade is used throughout the series. In "Sudden Flight" (S4E02), Jonas finds a grenade in the cockpit of an airliner. In "Whiplash" (S4E19), Sam booby traps the door to the office he barricades himself in with three M67s.

M67 hand grenade
In "Sudden Flight" (S4E02), Jonas finds a grenade in the cockpit of an airliner.
In "Whiplash" (S4E19), three M67s wired to the door of the auto dealership.

M26 "Lemon" Grenade

A terrorist attempts to use an M26 hand grenade before being shot in "Hill 60" (S4E16). 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.

M26 "Lemon" Grenade
A terrorist tries to pull the pin, but is shot dead before being able to do so in "Hill 60" (S4E16).
Jonas finds a crate full of M26 grenades in "Hill 60" (S4E16).

CTS Model 7290M Mini Bang

A CTS "Mini Bang" grenade is used by Jonas (combined with some drugs and chemicals found in the lab) in "Mislead and Misguided" (S4E10). During the standoff in "Whiplash" (S4E19), 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 in "Mislead and Misguided" (S4E10).
Sam holds the Mini Bang up to the window in "Whiplash" (S4E19).

"ALS" prop Flashbang

Sam McBride uses a flashbang grenade in the opening scene of "Hero" (S4E15). These grenades 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 McBride holds the Flashbang on Mack in "Hero" (S4E15).

Crosman Air Pistol

Two Crosman air pistols loaded with tranquilizers were used by Afghan Tribesmen to incapacitate Jonas and Mack in "Shadow Riders" (S4E09).

Crosman Air Pistol
Two tribesmen incapacitate Jonas and Mack in "Shadow Riders" (S4E09).

Wheelie bag carrying handle "Zip Gun"

In "The Conduit" (S4E04), Bob and Jonas assemble "Zip Guns" disguised as 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 "The Conduit" (S4E04).
In "The Conduit" (S4E04), Bob loads a round into his wheelie bag gun.
A closeup of the weapon.
Jonas prepares to fire the gun.
Bob fires the weapon.

Gun Racks and Caches

In "Switchblade" (S4E11), Grey is taken to Carson's house, where a gun rack with several rifles on it is seen briefly. Also in the episode, the team finds a cache of US-made weapons.

The gun rack is seen behind Grey in "Switchblade" (S4E11).
Both Bob and Dr. Metz find a cache of weapons in "Switchblade" (S4E11).

See Also

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