Tin Star - Season 1

From Internet Movie Firearms Database - Guns in Movies, TV and Video Games
Jump to: navigation, search
ITLOFFiringPistol.jpg

Work In Progress

This article is still under construction. It may contain factual errors. See Talk:Tin Star - Season 1 for current discussions. Content is subject to change.



Tin Star - Season 1
TinStarS1Poster.jpg
Country CAN.jpg Canada
UKD.jpg United Kingdom
Channel Sky Atlantic
Amazon Prime Video
Genre Crime, Drama
Broadcast 2017
No. of Episodes 10
Main Cast
Character Actor
Chief Jim Worth Tim Roth
Elizabeth Bradshaw Christina Hendricks
Constable Denise Minahik Sarah Podemski
Constable Nick McGillen Ryan Kennedy
Louis Gangon Christopher Heyerdahl
Simon "Whitey" Brown Oliver Coopersmith
Angela Worth Genevieve O'Reilly
Anna Worth Abigail Lawrie



The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Tin Star:


Contents


SPOILERS.jpg WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!

Pistols

Beretta 92FS

Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth) of the Little Big Bear Police carries a Beretta 92FS as his sidearm.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm.
Worth's holstered Beretta in "Fun and (S)Laughter".
Worth's sidearm is returned to him by the Musqwa First Nations tribe in "Comfort of Strangers".
Worth picks up his sidearm in "Jack".
Worth's Beretta on the bar of Randys Roadhouse in "Bait".
Worth "surrenders" his sidearm to Godswill in "Bait".
Chief Worth aims his sidearm at Rrginald Godswill in "Bait".
Worth aims his Beretta at Whitey in "Cuckoo".
Worth aims his weapon at Frank in "This Be The Verse".
Worth takes aim at Whitey in "My Love Is Vengeance".

Glock 17

The Glock 17 is the most commonly featured gun in the series. It is carried by Constables Denise Minahik (Sarah Podemski) and Nick McGillen (Ryan Kennedy) of Little Big Bear Police as their standard issue sidearms, as well as Inspector Benoit Lehane (Roark Critchlow) of the Royal Canadian Federal Police. Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth) briefly arms himself with one after temporarily losing his Beretta 92FS in "Comfort of Strangers". Chief Lightfoot (Lorne Cardinal) of the Reverie Ipowahtaman Police Service is seen armed with one in "Exposure". Anna Worth (Abigail Lawrie) also handles one in the series.

Glock 17 (3rd Gen) - 9x19mm.
Constable Denise Minahik aims her Glock at Daniel Lyle in "Fun and (S)Laughter".
Constable Nick McGillen's holstered Glock in "The Kid".
Whitey searches the Worth's house in "The Kid".
Constable Nick McGillen approaches a crime scene with his Glock drawn in "Bait".
Royal Canadian Federal Police forensic officers with holstered Glocks in "Bait".
Chief Lightfoot's holstered Glock in "Exposure".
Constable Nick McGillen draws his Glock on Jim and Angela worth in "My Love Is Vengeance".

Glock 19

Louis Gangon (Christopher Heyerdahl), Head of Security for North Stream Oil, carries a Glock 19 as his sidearm throughout the series. He is seen using it with a suppressor in "This Be The Verse". Simon "Whitey" Brown (Oliver Coopersmith) is seen carrying one in "The Kid", "Bait" and "My Love is Vengeance".

Glock 19 (3rd Gen) - 9x19mm.
Gangon with his holstered Glock 19 in "Jack".
Gangon flashes his holstered Glock 19 at Frank Keane in "Bait".
A good view of Gangon's holstered pistol in "Cuckoo".
Gangon threads a suppressor onto his Glock in "This Be The Verse".
Gangon prepares to shoot out the power lines outside the Worth residence in "This Be The Verse".
A view of the pistol as Gangon unloads Angela's shotgun after disarming her in "This Be The Verse".
An injured Gangon aims his pistol at Elizabeth Bradshaw in "This Be The Verse".
Whitey's (Oliver Coopersmith) Glock 19 on the table in "My Love Is Vengeance".
Anna Worth holds Whitey's Glock in "My Love Is Vengeance".
Anna aim's Whitey's Glock at her father in "My Love Is Vengeance".

Desert Eagle Mark 1 (Stainless)

In "Exposure", Frank (Ian Puleston-Davies) purchases a stainless Desert Eagle Mark 1 from biker McMoney (Mike Kovac). He later attempts to use it to shoot Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth) in "This Be The Verse".

A satin nickel Magnum Research Desert Eagle Mark I - .357 Magnum.
The Desert Eagle in the guitar case with the other guns in "Exposure".
A closeup of the gun as McMoney shows Frank in "Exposure".
Frank aims the Desert Eagle in "Exposure".
Frank prepares to load the Desert Eagle in "Exposure".
Frank opens fire on Chief Worth in the graveyard in "This Be The Verse".
A side view of the pistol as Frank flees Worth in "This Be The Verse".

Umarex Colt Government 1911 A1 (Nickel)

In "This Be The Verse", Boner (George Tchortov) aims a nickel Umarex Colt Government 1911 A1 at Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth). The blank firer is presumably standing in for a real life M1911 variant.

Umarex Colt Government 1911 A1 with nickel finish - 9mm P.A.K. blanks
Boner aims his pistol at Chief Worth in "This Be The Verse".
An alternate angle of the pistol in "This Be The Verse".

Remington 95 Double Derringer

In "This Be The Verse", Jaclyn Letendre (Michelle Thrush) is seen carrying a Remington 95 Double Derringer with pearl grips in her purse. She later uses it to threaten Louis Gangon (Christopher Heyerdahl).

Remington 95 Double Derringer
The Derringer in Jaclyn's purse in "This Be The Verse".
Jaclyn clutches her Derringer in "This Be The Verse".
Jaclyn aims her Derringer at Gangon in "This Be The Verse".

Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 27

A masked gunman (Oliver Coopersmith) uses what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 27 with black grips to shoot at Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth) and his family in "Fun and (S)laughter".

S&W Model 27 with 4" barrel.
The gunman aims his Model 27 at the Worth's car in "Fun and (S)Laughter".
A good side view of the the Model 27 in "Fun and (S)Laughter".

Ruger SP101

In "Bait", Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth) acquires a Ruger SP101 from the glovebox of a car driven by Reginald Godswill (Tobi Bamtefa).

Ruger SP101 - .357 Magnum
The Ruger in Godwill's glovebox in "Bait".
Chief Worth exits the crashed car with the revolver in "Bait".
A good side view of the revolver as Worth reloads his confiscated Beretta in "Bait".
Worth executes Godswill with his own revolver in "Bait".

Colt Detective Special (3rd Generation)

In "Exposure", one of the handguns that McMoney (Mike Kovac) offers to sell Frank (Ian Puleston-Davies) is what appears to be a 3rd Generation Colt Detective Special with black grips.

Colt Detective Special - .38 special
The Cold DS in the guitar case with the other guns in "Exposure".
The Colt (left) displayed by McMoney in "Exposure".

Unknown Snubnose Revolver

In "Exposure", another one of the handguns that McMoney (Mike Kovac) offers to sell Frank (Ian Puleston-Davies) is an as of yet unitentified snubnose revolver with wooden grips and stainless plating.

The revolver in the guitar case with the other guns in "Exposure".
The other snubnose (right) displayed by McMoney in "Exposure".


Shotguns

Double Barrelled Shotgun

In "Comfort of Strangers", Hal Laskamin (Owen Crowshoe) is seen armed with a double barrelled shotgun whilst escorting Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth) from the Musqwa First Nations reserve.

Double Barrelled Shotgun - 12 Gauge.
Hal Laskamin provides Chief Worth with an armed escort off the reserve in "Comfort of Strangers".

Over and Under Shotgun

In "Comfort of Strangers", another member of the Musqwa First Nations tribe is seen armed with an over and under shotgun in a standoff with the police.

CZ Redhead OAU Shotgun - 12 gauge.
The Musqwa man (back right) with the shotgun in "Comfort of Strangers".

Unknown Shotgun

The Musqwa First Nation member on the far left with what appears to be a single barrel silver shotgun in "Comfort of Strangers".

Charles Daly Model 105

In "Bait", both Angela Worth (Genevieve O'Reilly) and Anna Worth (Abigail Lawrie) are seen training themselves to shoot with what appears to be a Charles Daly Model 105 OAU shotgun. Angela is later seen using it in "Cuckoo" and "This Be The Verse".

Charles Daly Model 105 - 12 gauge.
Angela Worth removes the shotgun from its rack in "Bait".
Another side view of the shotgun in "Bait".
Angela aims the shotgun at a target in "Bait".
Anna Worth aims the shotgun in "Bait".
Another view of Anna with the shotgun in "Bait".
Angela aims the shotgun at Whitey upon discovering him in the kitchen in "Cuckoo".
Angela searches the house for Gangon in "This Be The Verse".

Mossberg 500 Tactical

In "Exposure", two Mossberg 500 Tactical shotguns are seen in a police cruiser driven by Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth). One of the shotguns is later used by Angela Worth (Genevieve O'Reilly) in "This Be The Verse" and "My Love Is Vengeance".

Mossberg 500 Tactical with extendable M4 stock - 12 gauge.
The shotgun (right) secured in the cruiser in "Bait".
Another secured shotgun in Worth's cruiser in "Bait".
Angela threatens McMoney with the shotgun in "This Be The Verse".
Angela aims the shotgun at Whitey in "My Love Is Vengeance".
Angela tries to prevent Anna and Whitey from leaving in "My Love Is Vengeance".
Anna Worth aims the shotgun at her father in "My Love Is Vengeance".

Winchester Model 120

In "Comfort of Strangers", a member of the Musqwa First Nations tribe is briefly seen armed with a Winchester Model 120 during a police standoff.

Winchester Model 120 - 20 gauge
The Musqwa tribesman with his shotgun in the background in "Comfort of Strangers".

Sawed Off Double Barrelled Shotgun

In the flashback episode "Fortunate Boy", Malcolm Brown (Geoffrey Bell) uses a sawed of shotgun with exposed hammers to threaten an undercover Jim Worth (Tim Roth). It is briefly handled by Helen Brown (Leanne Best) in the same episode.

Sawn of shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 gauge.
Malcolm exits the trailer with the shotgun in "Fortunate Boy".
The shotgun on the table as Malcolm tells Helen that Jim is a police officer in "Fortunate Boy".
Helen prepares to enter the trailer with the shotgun in "Fortunate Boy".

Rifles

Remington 700 BDL

In "Comfort of Strangers", Hal Laskamin (Owen Crowshoe) is seen armed with a Remington 700 BDL during a standoff with Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth) and his colleagues.

Remington 700 BDL rifle with no iron sights and scope (current production) - .308 Winchester.
Hal Laskamin (right) with the BDL in "Comfort of Strangers".
Hal unslings his Remington in "Comfort of Strangers".

Remington 700PSS

In "Comfort of Strangers", Reginald Godswill (Tobi Bamtefa), Frank Keane (Ian Puleston-Davies) and Johnny (Stephen Walters) are seen using what appears to be a Remington 700PSS with a Choate Super Sniper Stock, collapsible bipod and suppressor. It is later used by Simon "Whitey" Brown (Oliver Coopersmith) in the episodes "Jack" and "Bait".

Remington 700PSS with Choate Super Sniper Stock - 7.62x51mm NATO
Godswill aims the rifle in "Comfort of Strangers".
Frank Keane attempts to get a better shot with the rifle in "Comfort of Strangers".
Whitey aims the rifle at a North Stream Oil truck in "Jack".
A good side view of the rifle as Whitey (Oliver Coopersmith) takes up position in "Jack".

Winchester Model 1894

In "Comfort of Strangers", a member of the Musqwa First Nations tribe is seen armed with what appears to be a Winchester Model 1894 in a standoff with the police.

Winchester 1894 - .30-30
The man to the left of Chief Minahik with the Model 1894 in "Comfort of Strangers".
The same man (left) with the Model 1894 in "Comfort of Strangers".

Unknown Rifle

In "Comfort of Strangers", a member of the Musqwa First Nations tribe is seen armed with an unknown bolt action hunting rifle.

The Musqwa tribesman readies his rifle in "Comfort of Strangers".

Assault Rifles

M4A1

In "Comfort of Strangers", Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth) gives Constable Denise Minahik (Sarah Podemski) an M4A1 from the police station armoury as they prepare to search for his missing daughter. Another M4A1 is seen in a patrol car in "Jack".

Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm.
Chief Worth hands Constable Minahik the rifle in "Comfort of Strangers".
Minahik exits the police station with the M4A1 in "Comfort of Strangers".
The M4A1 (left) secured in the cruiser in "Bait".
Another M4A1 secured in Worth's cruiser in "Bait".


Other

Toy Revolver

In "Fun and (S)Laughter", Peter Worth (Rupert Turnbull) is seen playing with a plastic toy revolver.

Petey Worth aims the toy at his father in "Fun and (S)Laughter".

Police Station Armoury

In "Comfort of Strangers", Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth) is seen selecting weapons from a large safe in the police station. Aside from the M4A1 he hands to Constable Denise Minahik (Sarah Podemski), the others appear to be unidenfied shotguns and rifles.

The open gun safe in "Comfort of Strangers".

Keyring Gun

In "Jack", Simon "Whitey" Brown (Oliver Coopersmith) is seen carrying a spring loaded, two shot keyring gun when he attempts to kill Chief Jim Worth (Tim Roth) at a funeral.

Whitey loads a bullet into the keyring gun in "Jack".
The loaded keyring gun in "Jack".
Whitey cocks the keyring gun at the funeral in "Jack".
Whitey aims the weapon, before deciding against using it at a funeral full of police officers in "Jack".



Personal tools
Namespaces

Variants
Actions
Categories
Special
Social Media
Toolbox