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X-Files, The - Season 7
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Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Channel FOX
Genre Science-Fiction
Investigative Thriller
Broadcast November 7, 1999 -
May 21, 2000
No. of Episodes 22
Main Cast
Character Actor
Fox Mulder David Duchovny
Dana Scully Gillian Anderson


Season 7 of The X-Files premiered on November 7, 1999. As with the previous season, Season 7 was filmed in Los Angeles, CA. S7 was a time of considerable tumult for the series; several major changes would occur for the show. Perhaps the largest would be the eventual departure of David Duchovny, who, following a lawsuit regarding payment on distribution of the show, announced his desire to leave the series. His suit would be settled by FOX, and the seventh season would be his last as a full-time main character; he would appear only intermittently for the remainder of the series' run. This news, along with somewhat declining ratings and increasingly more mixed reviews contributed to many in the cast and crew feeling this would possibly be the last season of the show. Towards the season's end, however, some in the crew regained hope about continuing to work, and, at the last minute, FOX renewed the show for an eighth season.

Since it was possible that Season 7 of The X-Files would be the final season, several elements of closure were brought to the series. In terms of the show's overarching mythology, S7 would provide the ultimate truth regarding the disappearance of Mulder's abducted sister Samantha (which had been the central component of Mulder's 'drive' in the series), as well as a season finale that, to function as a possible series finale, brought back elements from the show's Pilot episode, and would have drastic shifts in the mythology (which would be furthered in later seasons). Also of note would be the episode "Millennium", a semi-crossover in which Chris Carter hoped to also bring closure to the recently cancelled series of the same name. As for the non-mythology 'Monster of the Week' episodes, the thought of Season 7 being the last motivated a sense of experimentation which manifested in several instances, such as "X-Cops" (the fictional crossover with the reality police series COPS) and "Hungry", which tackled new ground in terms of filming and storytelling for the show. Members of the cast contributed in Season 7 as well - Duchovny would write and direct his second episode "Hollywood A.D.", while co-star Gillian Anderson would likewise write and direct her own episode "all things", which would be both her only writing and only directing credit in the show. William B. Davis, who played 'The Cigarette-Smoking Man', would also write his first (and only) episode for the series in Season 7, "En Ami".

Season 7 of The X-Files concluded in May 2000 with 22 episodes and would be the last season to feature the original opening sequence (which had been largely unchanged since the beginning), as the last two seasons used altered opening title sequences, both due to the addition of new actors but also as part of an effort to refresh the series.


The following weapons were used in Season 7 of the television series The X-Files:

Contents


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Pistols

SIG-Sauer P226

FBI Special Agent Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) carries a SIG-Sauer P226 as his sidearm. FBI Assistant Director Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi) is also seen at times with a SIG P226. Other FBI agents and government personnel are seen with P226s.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm
In the background, Special Agent Fox Mulder (David Duchovny), wields his SIG-Sauer P226 near the conclusion of "Hungry" (S7E03). In the foreground, his partner Special Agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) wields her P228.
A deputy wields a SIG on Mark Johnson (Holmes Osbourne) in "Millennium" (S7E04).
A US Deputy Marshal wields a SIG P226 in "Orison" (S7E07).
On the right, Mulder's P226 is seen being held on Donnie Pfaster (Nick Chinlund) near the conclusion of "Orison" (S7E07).
Mulder wields his SIG P226 in "Signs and Wonders" (S7E09). He was previously seen with a P225 (see below).
Mulder drops the P226 (after suddenly seeing it as a live rattlesnake) in "Signs and Wonders" (S7E09).
Special Agent Mulder (David Duchovny) with his SIG-Sauer P226 in "Theef" (S7E14).
Assistant Director Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi) checks a residence armed with a SIG P226 in "Brand X" (S7E18). Though unclear in this shot, the agent in the background also wields a P226.
Skinner aims the P226 in "Brand X" (S7E18).
Good shot of an (empty) SIG-Sauer P226 in the hands of the fictional version of Special Agent Fox Mulder (Garry Shandling) in The Lazarus Bowl, a fictional film loosely based on an X-Files case, at the beginning of "Hollywood A.D." (S7E19).

SIG-Sauer P228

FBI Special Agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) carries a SIG-Sauer P228 as her sidearm. Other FBI and government agents on the show are also seen using P228s.

SIG-Sauer P228 - 9x19mm
Special Agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) with her SIG-Sauer P228 in the second part of the two-part season opener "The Sixth Extinction II: Amor Fati" (S7E02).
Scully prepares to fire her SIG P228 in "Millennium" (S7E04).
Agent Scully's P228 slides to the feet of Mark Johnson (Holmes Osbourne) in "Millennium" (S7E04).
A Deputy US Marshal with a SIG-Sauer P228 in "Orison" (S7E07).
Closeup of Scully's SIG P228 being fired in "Orison" (S7E07). Note the ejected blank casing.
Scully holds her SIG-Sauer P228 near the conclusion of "Orison" (S7E07).
Special Agent Scully (Gillian Anderson) draws her P228 as she and Mulder enter a house in the fictional COPS / X-Files crossover episode "X-Cops" (S7E12).
A blinded Scully (note the eyes) wields her P228 in "Theef" (S7E14).
Oral Peattie (Billy Drago) holds Scully's SIG P228 in "Theef" (S7E14).

SIG-Sauer P225

During a single sequence in "Signs and Wonders" (S7E09), Fox Mulder wields and fires a SIG-Sauer P225 rather than the P226 he normally carries. This might have occurred because the show's armorer was unable to bring a live P226 on-set for this particular sequence. He is seen with a SIG P226 both prior to and immediately after this sequence (which is most likely a stunt version, as it is not seen fired, and it is also seen dropped in the latter instance).

This same substitution of SIG pistols (A P225 in place of the other aforementioned SIGs) was a more common occurrence previously during the fourth and fifth seasons. It is interesting that the same weapon substitution occurred here in the seventh season of the show, despite production of the series moving to Los Angeles (since Season 6) from Vancouver (Seasons 1-5), the move including a change in armory. It is possible this might be a Independent Studio Services SIG-Sauer 'Non Gun'.

SIG-Sauer P225 - 9x19mm
Special Agent Mulder (David Duchovny) draws a SIG-Sauer P225 instead of his normal P226 in "Signs and Wonders" (S7E09). Note the shorter slide, slightly different shaped trigger guard, and the lack of frame bulge.
Mulder fires the SIG P225 in "Signs and Wonders" (S7E09).
Mulder wields the P225 in "Signs and Wonders" (S7E09). He is seen with a SIG-Sauer P226 in the next shot.

Beretta 92FS

Beretta 92FS pistols are seen numerous times throughout the series, carried and used by police officers and government agents, as well as soldiers and military personnel as a Beretta M9 substitute. A Beretta is notably seen wielded by several teens in "Rush" (S7E05).

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Tony Reed (Rodney Scott) holds a Beretta 92FS on Max Hardin (Scott Cooper) in "Rush" (S7E05).
Max wields the Beretta in "Rush" (S7E05).
The Beretta 92FS lays on the ground as Chastity Raines moves to pick it up in "Rush" (S7E05).
Chastity fires the Beretta into Max's back in "Rush" (S7E05).
Chastity Raines (Nicki Aycox) holds the Beretta after shooting Max near the conclusion of "Rush" (S7E05). This shot shows the beginning of a special effects sequence, with the scene being played in slow-motion "bullet-time" style (note the bullet in-flight on the right), showing Chastity's ability to move at super speed.
Deputy US Marshal Daddo (Steve Rankin) wields a Beretta 92FS in "Orison" (S7E07). What appears to be another Beretta is seen wielded behind him.
LA County Sheriff's Deputy Keith Wetzel (Judson Mills) wields a 92FS at the beginning of the fictional COPS / X-Files crossover episode "X-Cops" (S7E12). Note the rather poor quality of the screenshot (and several other screenshots from this episode) is due to the stylistic choice of filming this episode like an authentic episode of COPS.
Deputy Wetzel draws his Beretta as he checks a house in "X-Cops" (S7E12).
Bellefleur, Oregon Sheriff's Deputy (and former abductee) Billy Miles (Zachary Ansley) draws his Beretta 92FS in the season finale "Requiem" (S7E22).
Billy Miles wields the Beretta in "Requiem" (S7E22).

Glock 17

Glock 17 pistols are seen used by police and government officers throughout the series. In Season 7, several are seen wielded; A Glock 17 is featured notably in "The Amazing Maleeni" (S7E08) - This gun is carried by an armored transport officer and covertly utilized as part of an elaborate heist scheme.

Glock 17 3rd Generation - 9x19mm. Note the finger grooves, thumb reliefs, and accessory rail on the frame, which differentiate it from the older model.
Reverend Orison removes the Glock 17 from an unknowing US Deputy Marshal in "Orison" (S7E07). Though hard to tell definitively, the pistol appears to have the slightly differently shaped front dust cover with the accessory rail, indicating a 3rd Generation variant.
Reverend Orison (Scott Wilson) wields the Glock in "Orison" (S7E07).
Glock 17 2nd Generation - 9x19mm
"Glock 17, 9 millimeter."
An armored transport officer references his Glock 17 in response to bank manager Albert Pinchbeck's inquiry in "The Amazing Maleeni" (S7E08).
The officer unloads his Glock to show to Albert in "The Amazing Maleeni" (S7E08). Note that this is a blank-converted Glock, evidenced by the trimmed down barrel lockup just visible in this shot.
The officer hands his unloaded Glock 17 to Albert.
Albert Pinchbeck (noted magician Ricky Jay), examines the Glock (while surreptitiously switching the magazine with one loaded with blank rounds) in "The Amazing Maleeni" (S7E08).
The armored transport officer fires his Glock 17 at a robbery suspect inside the truck in "The Amazing Maleeni" (S7E08), though to no avail due to the switchout with blank rounds. It should be noted that, in reality, an autoloading firearm (such as a semiautomatic pistol) cannot effectively cycle blank cartridges on its own.
Assistant Director Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi) with a Glock 17 on a suspect at the conclusion of "Sein und Zeit" (S7E10).
A K9 police officer wields a Glock during the faux opening title sequence of the fictional COPS / X-Files crossover episode "X-Cops" (S7E12). This shot is actually from one of the real opening sequences for COPS - Pieces of the show's actual opening are mixed in with other shots taken from the episode for this particular opening sequence.
In a fictional film loosely based on an X-Files case - called The Lazarus Bowl - shown in the episode "Hollywood A.D." (S7E19), the 'Cigarette Smoking Pontiff' (Tony Amendola) uses a Glock 17 to hold the film's version of Special Agent Dana Scully (Téa Leoni) hostage.
The film Scully (Téa Leoni) wields the Glock in "Hollywood A.D." (S7E19). TRIVIA: At the time of the episode's production, Téa Leoni was married to lead actor David Duchovny.

Smith & Wesson 915

A Smith & Wesson 915 is wielded by a mob goon in "The Goldberg Variation" (S7E06).

Smith & Wesson 915 - 9x19mm
The mob goon draws his S&W 915 in in "The Goldberg Variation" (S7E06).
The mob goon brandishes his 915 in "The Goldberg Variation" (S7E06).
The mob goon with his S&W 915 on Mulder (David Duchovny, right) and Henry Weems (Willie Garson) in "The Goldberg Variation" (S7E06).
The mob goon fires his Smith & Wesson 915 in "The Goldberg Variation" (S7E06).

'Queen Anne' Flintlock Pistol

Maitreya (Krista Allen), the program that takes over the virtual reality shooter game in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13), is first seen using what best appears to be a Queen Anne Flintlock Pistol.

English "Queen-Anne" breech-loading flintlock pistol.
"I am Maitreya - This is my game."
Maitreya (Krista Allen) wields a Flintlock Pistol in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).

Revolvers

Webley Revolver

Former FBI agent Frank Black (Lance Henriksen) uses a Webley Revolver in the X-Files / Millennium semi-crossover episode "Millennium" (S7E04). Mulder also uses the Webley in "Millenium".

Webley Mk VI - .455 Webley
Mark Johnson pulls out the drawer containing the Webley Revolver in "Millennium" (S7E04).
Frank Black checks the load in the revolver in "Millennium" (S7E04).
Frank holds the Webley on Mark Johnson (Holmes Osbourne).
Frank Black (Lance Henriksen) wields the Webley.
Mulder (David Duchovny) fires the Webley revolver at the head of a zombie in "Millennium" (S7E04).
Closeup of the (empty) Webley Revolver in "Millennium" (S7E04).

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub

A snub-nose Smith & Wesson Model 66 is wielded by a mob goon in "The Goldberg Variation" (S7E06).

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub Nose with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum
The mob goon with his S&W Model 66 Snub in "The Goldberg Variation" (S7E06).
The mob goon wields his Model 66 Snub in "The Goldberg Variation" (S7E06).

Colt New Service

A Colt New Service is wielded at the beginning of "Signs and Wonders" (S7E09).

Colt New Service Revolver - .45 LC
Jared Chirp (Eric Nenninger) opens the cylinder of his New Service revolver at the beginning of "Signs and Wonders" (S7E09).
Jared checks the load in the Colt in "Signs and Wonders" (S7E09). Note the .45 Colt cartridges.
Jared braves grabbing his Colt New Service while it is covered in snakes in "Signs and Wonders" (S7E09).

Single Action Army (Nickel)

Polished nickel Single Action Army revolvers with pearl grips are used by the first wave of Maitreya (Krista Allen) enemies in Level 2 of the game in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).

Cimarron Model P (Copy of the Single Action Army) with Nickel Finish and 4.75" ('Quick-Draw'-length) barrel - .45 Long Colt
Maitreya (Krista Allen), outfitted in cowgirl garb, is armed with a Single Action Army in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).
Multiple Maitreyas fire their SAAs in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).

Single Action Army 'Bang' Gun

A phony 'Bang'-flag version of a SAA is seen in "The Amazing Maleeni" (S7E08), held and later briefly brandished by magician Billy LeBonge (Jonathan Levit). Though not a real firearm, it is included here for the sake of completeness.

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model - .45 Long Colt
Billy LeBonge locates the Single Action Army 'Bang'-flag gun in 'The Amazing Maleeni's' van in "The Amazing Maleeni" (S7E08).
Closeup of the 'Bang'-flag gun prop.
Later in the episode, LeBonge pulls the SAA 'Bang'-flag gun on a bookie and his thugs.
Billy LeBonge (Jonathan Levit) brandishes the Single Action Army prop in "The Amazing Maleeni" (S7E08).
Closeup of the SAA 'Bang'-flag gun (with the 'Bang' flag out) after LeBonge drops it when surrendering to LAPD officers in "The Amazing Maleeni" (S7E08).

Submachine Guns

Steyr SPP

In "First Person Shooter" (S7E13), the master gamesplayer Darryl Musashi (Christopher Ng) dual-wields Steyr SPPs converted to fire full-auto while in the game. SPPs are also wielded by the second wave of Maitreya enemies that Scully fights in the second level of the game.

Steyr SPP - 9x19mm
Musashi with dual auto-converted Steyr SPPs in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).
Musashi fires his dual SPPs in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). Despite being a master gamesplayer, he is clearly not aiming at the approaching enemies.
Darryl Musashi (Christopher Ng) firing his SPPs.
Musashi with his Steyr SPPs.
The second wave of Maitreyas (Krista Allen) also fire dual auto-converted Steyr SPPs in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).

Cobray M11/9

In "First Person Shooter" (S7E13), game player 'Retro' is seen arming himself with a Cobray M11/9.

Cobray M11/9 - 9x19mm
A Cobray M11/9 is retrieved in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).
Game player 'Retro' (Billy Ray Gallion) chambers the Cobray in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).

Heckler & Koch MP5K (Mocked up as MP5K-PDW)

At the beginning of "Sein und Zeit" (S7E10), Bud LaPierre (Mark Rolston) is seen watching the pilot episode for the series Harsh Realm. The footage visible on the television shows D.B. Sweeney wielding a Heckler & Koch MP5K fitted with the PDW folding stock, which was his character Mike Pinocchio's primary weapon throughout the run of Harsh Realm.

TRIVIA: Harsh Realm was then Chris Carter's newest TV series; its appearance in this episode is used as a form of cross-promotion. Additionally, the pilot episode for Harsh Realm featured Gillian Anderson's voice.

Heckler & Koch MP5K with the PDW-style folding stock attached, commonly used in films to emulate the PDW - 9x19mm
The mockup MP5K-PDW is wielded by Mike Pinocchio (D.B. Sweeney) on Harsh Realm in "Sein und Zeit" (S7E10).

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

A fixed-stock Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Surefire light forend is briefly seen in the hands of a SWAT officer in the fictional COPS / X-Files crossover episode "X-Cops" (S7E12).

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight and Navy trigger group - 9x19mm. This weapon was used in S.W.A.T.
In the background, the SWAT officer rushes past Scully with an MP5A2 with Surefire forend in "X-Cops" (S7E12).

Rifles / Carbines

M16A2

Actual M16A2 rifles are seen in the later seasons produced in Los Angeles, California (Season 6 onward), rather than Olympic Arms variants as seen in the previous Vancouver-produced seasons of the show. These weapons generally appeared in the hands of U.S. military personnel. They are also seen in the opening sequence of "Hollywood A.D." (S7E19), fitted with scopes and laser sights.

M16A2 - 5.56x45mm
A 'sniper zombie' wields an M16A2 with scope and laser sight in the fictional film The Lazarus Bowl, shown at the beginning of 'Hollywood A.D." (S7E19).
On the right, the sniper zombie with his M16A2 in "Hollywood A.D." (S7E19).

Ruger AC556 (Mocked up as the 'M590 Assault Rifle')

In "First Person Shooter" (S7E13), the most prominently featured weapon is the 'M590 Assault Rifle', which is the main weapon of the virtual reality game in the episode. These are modified Ruger AC556 rifles (the selective-fire version of the Mini-14) fitted in a custom casing - They are the same props previously used in the show Space: Above and Beyond (coincidentally created by James Wong and Glen Morgan, who were writers on The X-Files). These are seen used by game players, as well as both Mulder and Scully when they enter the game world. The weapon was also wielded by Maitreya's (Krista Allen) final wave that Scully fights in the second level of the game.

Ruger AC556 - 5.56x45mm. This is the real firearm that was inside the fantasy outer shell.
Artist rendition of the fictional 'M590 Assault Rifle'.
Game players prepare to enter the game world with their weapons at the beginning of "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). In the center is the first player 'Retro' (Billy Ray Gallion) with the fictional M590 Assault Rifle, built-up from a Ruger AC556.
Retro fires his M590 while in the game in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). In the near background, 'Mixer' fires an AKU-94 while in the far background to the left, 'Lo-Fat' fires a H&K G36K.
Retro checks a room wielding his M590.
Mulder (David Duchovny) enters the game and lays down cover fire for The Lone Gunmen in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).
Mulder searches for Maitreya armed with the M590 in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).
Mulder checks the display panel on his M590.
Scully (Gillian Anderson) enters the game armed with the AC556-based M590 Assault Rifle in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).
Scully fires the M590 in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).
Closeup of the M590 as Scully prepares for the next wave.
Maitreya (Krista Allen), in her final wave, attacks Scully from atop an M60A3 Main Battle Tank with the fictional M590 Assault Rifle in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).

Heckler & Koch G36K

In "First Person Shooter" (S7E13), game player 'LoFat' (Michael Bower) wields a Heckler & Koch G36K.

Heckler & Koch G36K - 5.56x45mm
'LoFat' retrieves a H&K G36K at the beginning "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).
LoFat loads a magazine into the G36K.
LoFat folds the stock on the G36K. This shot reveals two continuity errors - The first being that the stock was folded already (as shown in the first screencap), the second that there is no magazine loaded into the weapon, despite a mag having been loaded in the previous shot (shown in the previous screencap).
Game players prepare to enter the game world with their weapons at the beginning of "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). On the right, 'LoFat' (Michael Bower) is armed with a Heckler & Koch G36K.
The game players fire their weapons in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). LoFat is seen firing his G36K on the left.
LoFat fires his H&K G36K in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).

AKU-94

Game player 'Mixer' (Ryan Todd) is armed with an AKU-94 bullpup with Trijicon ACOG scope at the beginning of "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).

AKU-94 Bullpup with polymer magazine - 7.62x39mm
Game players prepare to enter the game world with their weapons at the beginning of "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). On the left, 'Mixer' is armed with an AKU-94.
The game players fire their weapons in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). Mixer is seen firing his AKU-94 to the right.
Mixer and Retro take cover.
'Mixer' (Ryan Todd) wields an AKU-94 in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).

AKM

An Ivory Coast soldier is briefly seen with an AKM slung at the conclusion of the first part of the two-part season opener "The Sixth Extinction" (S7E01). Guards at a Tunisian penal colony in the season finale "Requiem" (S7E22) are also seen with AK variants slung.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
To the left, the top receiver and stock of an AKM, slung on an Ivory Coast soldier at the conclusion of "The Sixth Extinction" (S7E01).
The barrel of the slung AKM just seen as the soldier walks past frame. Note the slanted muzzle.
Tunisian prison guards with AKs slung in "Requiem" (S7E22).

Heckler & Koch G3

Some of the 'sniper zombies' in the fictional film The Lazarus Bowl shown in the opening sequence of "Hollywood A.D." (S7E19) wield what appear to be Heckler & Koch G3 rifle variants with scopes.

Heckler & Koch G3A3 with wide handguard - 7.62x51mm NATO
During the beginning sequence of "Hollywood A.D." (S7E19), as the film version of Mulder (Garry Shandling) speaks with the 'Cigarette-Smoking Pontiff', a 'sniper zombie' briefly runs past with a scoped H&K rifle in the background.
A sniper zombie wields a scoped G3 in "Hollywood A.D." (S7E19).
Additional shot of a sniper zombie with an H&K rifle (note the front sights).

Remington 700 (Choate Ultimate Sniper Stock)

'The Black-Haired Man' (Michael Shamus Wiles) uses what appears to be a Remington 700 modified/fitted in a Choate Ultimate Sniper Stock in "En Ami" (S7E15).

Remington 700 fitted with Choate Ultimate Sniper Stock - 7.62x51mm NATO
The barrel profile of the Choate-stocked rifle in "En Ami" (S7E15).
The Black-Haired Man (Michael Shamus Wiles) wields the rifle.
The sniper rifle in "En Ami" (S7E15). The rifle appears to have a suppressed barrel.
Second shot, better showing the forend of the Choate Ultimate Sniper Stock.

Shotguns

Mossberg 500AT

An LA County Sheriff's deputy is seen preparing for a raid with what appears to be a Mossberg 500AT shotgun in the fictional COPS / X-Files crossover episode "X-Cops" (S7E12).

Mossberg 500AT Shotgun - 12 Gauge. Note the wood furniture.
To the left, a sheriff's deputy with a Mossberg 500AT in "X-Cops" (S7E12).

Machine Guns

Daewoo K3

In "First Person Shooter" (S7E13), the second round of virtual "enemy combatants" in Level 1 of the video game, dressed like pseudo Nazis, use Daewoo K3 LMGs with the stocks removed and 100-round drum magazines fitted. The Daewoo is also seen among the weapons that the players retrieve jusr prior to entering the game world.

Daewoo K3 with a disintegrating belt attached - 5.56x45mm NATO
A Daewoo K3 with removed stock and drum magazine is seen at the bottom as player 'Lo-Fat' retrieves a H&K G36K at the top just prior to entering the game in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). Note also the Steyr SPPs in between the G36K and Daewoo and below the Daewoo (just out of frame).
An enemy combatant fires the Daewoo K3 in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).
A K3 being fired in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). Note the loose ammo belt on this particular gun.
Another Daewoo K3 being fired by an enemy combatant in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13)..

Other

Motorcycle Guns

In "First Person Shooter" (S7E13), the first round of virtual "enemy combatants" in Level 1 of the game consist of motorcycle riders, with their motorcycles armed with some type of machine gun mounted in the front.

The biker enemies attack the players in the game in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). The bikes have single machine guns mounted forward.
The biker enemies firing their guns in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). Note this angle clearly shows the weapons have an M16A1-style "star pattern" or "starburst" muzzle flash.

M60A3 Main Battle Tank

The final round of Maitreya enemies Scully (Gillian Anderson) fights inside the game in "First Person Shooter" consist of Maitreya copies wielding the M590 Assault Rifle while riding atop M60A3 MBTs. The tanks appear to be regular M60A3s except they feature a second separate armored/enclosed turret atop the main gun turret, at the tank commander's cupola. The tanks do not fire any of their weapons - They seem to serve only as a mount for Maitreya (Krista Allen) to attack from.

An M60A3 Main Battle Tank materializes in the game in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13). Note the second smaller turret on the top left of the tank.
Maitreya attacks Scully while riding on the tank's main gun in "First Person Shooter" (S7E13).


See Also

The X-Files Franchise
Television Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5  •  Season 6  •  Season 7  •  Season 8  •  Season 9  •  Season 10
Films Fight the Future (1998)  •  I Want to Believe (2008)



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