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The Walking Dead - Season 1
WalkingDead.jpg
Country USA.jpg USA
Channel AMC
Genre Horror
Broadcast 2010
No. of Episodes 6
Main Cast
Character Actor
Rick Grimes Andrew Lincoln
Shane Walsh Jon Bernthal
Lori Grimes Sarah Wayne Callies
Andrea Laurie Holden
Dale Horvath Jeffrey DeMunn
Glenn Rhee Steven Yeun
Carl Grimes Chandler Riggs
Daryl Dixon Norman Reedus



The following weapons appear in Season 1 of the television series The Walking Dead:

Contents


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Revolvers

Colt Python

Deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) carries a six-inch barreled Colt Python .357 Magnum revolver as his duty sidearm in the series. He is seen using the revolver prominently in the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01). Of note is that when Grimes fires the gun in a very tight, enclosed space (in this case, inside a tank), it actually severely disorients him and hurts his hearing, unlike most movies or shows that have people firing guns indoors or in other enclosed spaces without being fazed. Grimes notably uses the revolver twice in Season 1, wielding it in "Wildfire" (S1E05) and once again fires it as the group flee the CDC in Season 1's finale "TS-19" (S1E06).

Colt Python with 6" Barrel - .357 Magnum
Production image of Deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) aiming his Colt Python sidearm at a threat.
In the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), a flashback shows Rick wielding his Python as he scolds the other deputies on wanting to get on a reality cop show. Note Shane in the background with his Mossberg.
In the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), Rick put his Python to the head of a deputy-turned-zombie.
In the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), Rick puts the Python to his head when he believes all hope is lost.
In the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), Rick puts the Python to the head of the undead soldier. When Grimes fires the gun in a very tight, enclosed space (in this case, inside a tank), it actually severely disorients him and hurts his hearing, unlike most movies or shows that have people firing guns indoors or in other enclosed spaces without being fazed. The undead soldier is portrayed by actor Sam Witwer (whose story would have been told in Frank Darabont's original script for the Season 2 premiere).
Rick holds the Python on Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) in "Vatos" (S1E04).
Grimes holds the Python on Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) in "Wildfire" (S1E05). (It seems that this is becoming a habit.)

Smith & Wesson Model 586

Just before the group leaves for the CDC Headquarters in "Wildfire" (S1E05), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) gives Morales (Juan Gabriel Pareja) what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 586 in .357 Magnum from the bag of guns when Morales and his family decide to leave the group to find the rest of their kin in Birmingham. Shane is heard saying ".357?" as well when Rick is getting it out of the bag.

Smith & Wesson Model 586 - .357 Magnum
Just before the group leaves for the CDC Headquarters in "Wildfire" (S1E05), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) gives Morales (Juan Gabriel Pareja) what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 586 in .357 Magnum.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

In "Vatos" (S1E04), a snub nose Smith & Wesson Model 10 or two can be seen in the hands of the Vatos. during the standoff in Atlanta, specifically Felipe (Noel Gugliemi). In "Wildfire" (S1E05), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) offers a Model 10 from the bag of guns to Jim who has been bitten to end himself, he declines.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 snub nose revolver - .38 Special
Felipe (Noel Gugliemi) holds a Model 10 snub nose in "Vatos" (S1E04).
A Smith & Wesson Model 10 snub can be seen in the hands of Felipe (Noel Gugliemi) on the right in "Vatos" (S1E04).
Felipe (Noel Gugliemi) holds a Model 10 snub nose during the standoff in "Vatos" (S1E04).
In "Wildfire" (S1E05), Rick offers Jim a Smith & Wesson Model 10 as they leave him.

Smith & Wesson Model 15

In "Vatos" (S1E04), what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 15 is seen in the hands of one of Guillermo's right hand men, Jorge (James Gonzaba) during the standoff.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 - .38 Special
In "Vatos" (S1E04), a Smith & Wesson Model 15 can possibly be seen in the hands of the gang member on the left.

Taurus Model 85 (Nickel)

What appears to be a nickel Taurus Model 85 is used by Morgan Jones (Lennie James) in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01). It has a 5-shot cylinder but is not of the S&W J-frame series. The unique curved ejector shroud on a Taurus Model 85 is barely noticeable in the photos below. For some more discussion about this, please visit the TV Series talk page.

Taurus Model 85 Nickel - .38 Special. Note the shape of the ejector shroud is like the one Morgan uses.
A stainless Taurus Model 85 is used by Morgan Jones (Lennie James) in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
A dazed Rick is threatened with the Taurus in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
Morgan holds the revolver on Rick in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
Sideview of Morgan's revolver in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).

Pistols

Glock 17

A Glock 17 was one of the sidearms of the police in the first episode. One of the deputies was told by Grimes to have a round chambered and also (incorrectly) to make sure the safety was off. A Glock 17 is also taken by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) from Rick's gun bag to confront the Vatos in in "Vatos" (S1E04). Shane Walsh (Jon Bernthal) carries one as well as his duty sidearm, and is seen carrying it at the end of "Vatos" (S1E04). In "TS-19" (S1E06), Shane is seen firing the pistol when they are fleeing the CDC headquarters when he takes a shot on a zombie as they make a break for the vehicles. It can also be seen in Shane's hands in the opening flashback of the same episode in the hospital.

A Generation 3 Glock 17 - 9x19mm
A deputy aims his Glock 17 in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
A deputy told by Grimes to have a round chambered and to make sure the safety was off in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01). In reality, the Glock has no external safety switch.
Shane keeps the Glock 17 holstered on his belt in "Vatos" (S1E04).
Daryl loads up a Glock 17 in "Vatos" (S1E04).
In a flashback, Shane with his Glock in "TS-19" (S1E06). The pistol here appears to be a non-gun.
Shane takes a shot with his Glock at a zombie in "TS-19" (S1E06).

SIG-Sauer P228

At the beginning of the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), one of the suspects from the police chase uses what appears to be a two-tone SIG-Sauer P228.

SIG-Sauer P228 with Two-Tone finish - 9x19mm
In the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), a chase suspect emerges from the wrecked car firing a two-tone SIG P228 at police.
The criminal fires the P228 in the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).

SIG-Sauer P226

In "Vatos" (S1E04), Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) handles a black SIG-Sauer P226 as he, Daryl, and T-Dog load up from the bag of guns as they prepare to confront the Vatos. It appears he may even have it tucked in the back of his belt during the confrontation later at the small of his back in addition to the Colt Python in his holster.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm.
In "Vatos" (S1E04), Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) picks up a SIG-Sauer P226 from the gun bag.
In "Vatos" (S1E04), Rick inspects the SIG P226.

M1911A1

In the flashback seen at the beginning of the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), one of the suspects from the police chase uses a M1911A1 to wound Rick before being killed himself by Shane.

Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
In the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), a thug fires the M1911A1 at Rick during a flashback.

Browning Hi-Power

Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) carries a chrome Browning Hi-Power pistol and uses it to threaten fellow group members in "Guts" (S1E02). The weapon is taken forcefully, then used by Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) as he and Glenn make their way to the truck.

FN Browning Hi-Power with chrome finish and adjustable sights - 9x19mm
Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) holds the Hi-Power on T-Dog in "Guts" (S1E02).
Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) holds the Hi-Power to the head of Dixon (Michael Rooker) in "Guts" (S1E02).
Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) fires the Hi-Power as he and Glenn make their way to the truck in "Guts" (S1E02).

Beretta 92FS

Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) takes a Beretta 92FS (standing in for a U.S. Military-issue M9) from a dead soldier inside a tank in the end of the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01). In "Guts" (S1E02), Rick identifies on the radio that the pistol is a Beretta with "15 rounds in the clip". He fires it until dry then stores it in Glenn's Backpack. In the opening flashback of "TS-19" (S1E06), Shane witnesses soldiers using Berettas to execute infected people in the hospital where Rick laid comatose in during the initial outbreak. One of the soldiers in the hospital flashback in "TS-19" (S1E06) uses a Non Gun Beretta 92FS when he's finishing off the bodies with a shot to the head.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Rick holds the Beretta taken off a dead soldier in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
Closeup of the Beretta held by Rick in "Guts" (S1E02).
A soldier uses a flashpaper Beretta on the bodies. This was probably done due to the enclosed space that the weapon was used in as well as for the safety of the extras on the floor, since the gun fires several times near them. Also, its appearance is relatively brief, so there probably wasn't a need for a real blank firearm.

Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith"

Andrea (Laurie Holden) is first seen with a Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith" in "Guts" (S1E02). She later in the episode hands the pistol to Glenn (Steven Yeun) for his own protection when he and Rick make their way to the escape van, he does not fire it in the escape though. Andrea uses it in "Wildfire" (S1E05) when making a fateful decision regarding her sister Amy.

Smith & Wesson 3913 "Ladysmith" - 9x19mm
Andrea points the S&W 3913 at Rick Grimes in "Guts" (S1E02).
The S&W 3913 from another angle in "Guts" (S1E02). Note the safety is on. Later Rick Grimes gives Andrea a brief lesson on handling the gun and instructs her to take the safety off before firing.
Andrea pulls the Ladysmith on Rick in "Wildfire" (S1E05). She quips: I know how the safety works, referring to when Rick corrected her on it.

Browning BDA

Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) is seen with what appears to be a Browning BDA during the standoff in "Vatos" (S1E04). The handgun in the front of his waistband is definitely not the Glock he loaded earlier on which is in the back of his waistband at the small of his back. Unlike the Glock, this pistol also has an external hammer. It seems to also have a different rear sight than the SIG featured in the earlier loading scene.

Browning BDA - 9x19mm
Daryl has the pistol tucked in his waistband in "Vatos" (S1E04)
On the left, the pistol can be seen in Daryl's waistband in "Vatos" (S1E04)

Shotguns

Mossberg 590

In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), a Mossberg 590 is first seen during a flashback being used by Rick's partner, Shane Walsh (Jon Bernthal) during the shootout with the suspects in the overturned vehicle just before Rick is wounded in the line of duty. The shotgun is fitted with an extended magazine tube, heat-shield, collapsible KNOXX SpecOps NRS stock with pistol grip. It appears again later in Shane's possession at the survivor camp and can notably be seen being used by Shane on the attacking Walkers at the camp in "Vatos" (S1E04). In "Wildfire" (S1E05), Shane is seen with the shotgun when he and Rick Grimes patrol the woods. Shane also loses his cool when trapped in the CDC Headquarters in the Season 1 finale "TS-19" (S1E06) and uses it to blow up some computer monitors but later uses it in an attempt to bust the glass to escape the CDC which fails. Once outside, Shane uses the Mossberg to blast down walkers as the group runs to the vehicles.

Mossberg 590 with heatshield and KNOXX SpecOps stock - 12 Gauge
Shane aims the Mossberg in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
Production image of Shane with Mossberg 590 fitted with KNOXX SpecOps NRS stock in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), Shane's Mossberg 590 is seen on the ground as Shane checks the wounded Grimes.
Shane cleans his Mossberg in "Tell It to the Frogs" (S1E03).
Shane aims the Mossberg in episode 5, when he is patrolling the woods with Grimes in "Wildfire" (S1E05).
Shane fires his shotgun out of frustration in "TS-19" (S1E06).
Production image of Shane holding the shotgun at the survivor's camp.

Mossberg 500

The Mossberg 500 shotgun with extended mag tube is first seen used by law enforcement officers seen in a flashback chasing suspects in a car in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01). Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) can first be seen using the Mossberg 500 in "Vatos" (S1E04), as it was packed in his bag of guns from the police station he dropped in the series premiere. He uses this shotgun from the bag in the standoff with the Vatos and ends up giving it to their leader, Guillermo (Neil Brown Jr.) after the Vatos turn out to be doing a good thing.

Mossberg 500 with high-capacity magazine tube - 12 gauge
The Mossberg 500 shotgun with extended mag tube is first seen used by law enforcement officers seen in a flashback chasing suspects in a car in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
Rick with a Mossberg 500 during the standoff in "Vatos" (S1E04).
Closeup of T-Dog (IronE Singleton) loading the Mossberg in "Vatos" (S1E04).

Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser"

In the series premiere "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), a flashback shows one of the suspects that emerged from the wrecked car following a police chase using a Mossberg 590 Compact Cruiser fitted with a door-breaching muzzle-brake.

Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" with door breaching brake - 12 Gauge
In a flashback, a chase suspect fires a Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01). Note the door-breaching muzzle brake.

Remington 870 Wingmaster

In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), a Remington 870 Wingmaster shotgun is briefly seen in the house Rick stops at. In the same episode, Rick also has one stashed in his bag of guns he got from the police station locker, the shotgun sports a walnut stock, a barrel without the raised barrel vent rib and possibly a shorter 20" Barrel, it ends up with Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) during the "switch" with the Vatos in S01E04. Daryl continues to carry it along with his crossbow in "Wildfire" (S1E05) when the group arrives at the CDC and still has it in the opening of "TS-19" (S1E06).

Remington 870 Field Gun with raised barrel ribbing and 28" barrel - 12 Gauge
In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), the Remington 870 is among the shotguns taken from the police armory.
In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), a Remington 870 Wingmaster shotgun is briefly seen in the house Rick stops at.
Remington 870 Slug Gun - 12 Gauge
Daryl (Norman Reedus) with his Remington 870 Wingmaster in "Vatos" (S1E04).
Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) with Remington 870 Wingmaster in "Vatos" (S1E04). This shotgun doesn't have the raised barrel vent rib.
Close-up of Daryl's Remington in "Vatos" (S1E04).

Remington 870

In "Vatos" (S1E04), T-Dog (IronE Singleton) takes a Remington 870 with a synthetic stock from Rick's bag of guns and uses it during the standoff as well as during the walker's siege on the survivor camp. He appears to be carrying it still as the group make their way to the CDC in "Wildfire" (S1E05).

Remington 870 with 5-shot tube, black synthetic foregrips and buttstock - 12 Gauge
In "Vatos" (S1E04), T-Dog (IronE Singleton) armed with the synthetic Remington 870 enters the Vatos stronghold ready to fight.
Good view on the synthetic Remington 870 in "Vatos" (S1E04).

Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Compact

For the remainder of "Vatos" (S1E04), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) appears to be using a Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Compact with a wood stock to replace the Mossberg he gave to Guillermo. He fires it at walkers in the camp during the attack and then carries it throughout "Wildfire" (S1E05) and upon arriving at the CDC in "TS-19" (S1E06).

H&R Pardner Pump Compact - 20 Gauge
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) with the shotgun in "Wildfire" (S1E05).
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) with his Pardner, when he and Shane patrol the woods in "Wildfire" (S1E05).
Rick (Andrew Lincoln) sitting next to his Pardner in "TS-19" (S1E06).

Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Protector

Glenn (Steven Yeun) is seen using what appears to be a Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Protector fitted with a ribbed barrel after taking it from Rick's gunbag in "Vatos" (S1E04). He uses it during the subsequent episodes, most notably during the siege on the camp by the walkers. In "Wildfire" (S1E05), he still has it as the group makes their way to the CDC Headquarters.

Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Protector - 12 gauge
Glenn (Steven Yeun) uses the shotgun in "Vatos" (S1E04).
Glenn with the shotgun after the walker attack in "Vatos" (S1E04).

Rifles

Winchester Model 70

In "Guts" (S1E02), Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) is seen firing a Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle atop a building at walkers. He also uses the rifle to rifle-butt T-Dog in a disagreement before Rick intervenes. The Winchester also appears to be held by one of the Vatos in "Vatos" (S1E04). The rifle is only seen for a brief few seconds when Rick and the others are allowed into their compound.

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 - .30-06
In "Guts" (S1E02), Merle (Michael Rooker) aims his rifle on a rooftop.
In "Guts" (S1E02), a close-up of the rifle used by Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker).
The Winchester also appears to be held by one of the Vatos in "Vatos" (S1E04).

Remington 700 VLS

Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) carries what appears to be a Remington 700 with a scope and Varmint Laminated Stock, he is seen with it in every episode usually slung over his back as he keeps watch over camp. In "Vatos" (S1E04), Dale fires it on the walkers during the attack and carries it to the CDC. In "TS-19" (S1E06), it appears that T-Dog (IronE Singleton) is carrying the rifle as the group flees the CDC and even fires it at least once.

Remington 700 with Varmint Laminated Stock - .308 Winchester
Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) poses with his rifle in a promotional image, displaying good trigger discipline. *Note: The position of the floorplate release inside the trigger guard suggests this is a laminate-stocked Remington Model 700, rather than a Ruger M77. The Ruger has the floorplate release positioned further down inside the trigger guard*
Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) carries what appears to be a Remington 700 with a scope and Varmint Laminated Stock in "Tell It to the Frogs" (S1E03).
Dale holds the rifle when the walkers attack the survivor camp in "Vatos" (S1E04).
Dale fires the rifle in "Vatos" (S1E04).
In "TS-19" (S1E06), it appears that T-Dog (IronE Singleton) is carrying the rifle as the group flees the CDC and even fires it at least once.

Remington 700 BDL

In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), a scoped Remington 700 BDL is given to Morgan Jones (Lennie James) by Rick Grimes from the sheriff's station arsenal. Morgan uses it to brush up on his marksmanship skills from the second story window of his hideout. To note when he is setting up to kill his infected wife (yet he is unable to bring himself to do so), he takes an I.D. Photo and sets it up like a hide sight giving us a possibility of being a sniper in the past.

Remington 700 BDL rifle with no iron sights and scope - .308 Winchester
Morgan (Lennie James) handles the Remington 700 BDL inside the police locker after Rick gives it to him in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
Morgan with his Remington from the second story of his safe house in the process of working up to putting his wife down in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).

Browning Automatic Rifle Safari

A scoped Browning Automatic Rifle Safari is one of the rifles retrieved in Rick's bag of guns. In "Vatos" (S1E04), the rifle is briefly seen being used by T-Dog (IronE Singleton) during the standoff with the gangsters in Atlanta.

Mk II Safari Browning Automatic Rifle - .30-06
In "Vatos" (S1E04), T-Dog on the right with his Safari.
As T-Dog aims his Safari during the standoff, a clearer shot of the stock of the gun in "Vatos" (S1E04).

Assault Rifles

M4A1

M4A1 assault rifles can be seen abandoned with several dead soldiers and other military personnel around the CDC Headquarters in "Wildfire" (S1E05). US soldiers appear to be armed with M4A1's in the opening of "TS-19" (S1E06) when Shane witnesses the execution of infected people inside the hospital. An M4A1 is also carried by Dr. Edwin Jenner (Noah Emmerich) later in the same episode when he first confronts the group he allowed inside.

Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
A soldier with an M4A1 during the hospital flashback in "TS-19" (S1E06).
The same soldier gets grabbed behind by a zombie, which causes him to wildly empty his magazine into his fellow soldiers in "TS-19" (S1E06). Note the enlarged muzzle on the rifle, indicating it is a flashpaper Non Gun.
Dr. Jenner (Noah Emmerich) with an M4A1 fitted with an Aimpoint Sight in "TS-19" (S1E06).
A close-up of the handguard of Jenner's M4A1 in "TS-19" (S1E06).

Machine Guns

Browning M2HB

In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), a mockup of a Browning M2HB is seen mounted atop a British Chieftain tank (presumably standing in for an M1 Abrams) in which Grimes takes refuge. Similar M2HBs mockups are also seen on Bell UH-1 "Huey" helicopters and on a IAV Stryker in the episode. What appears to be an authentic M2HB is seen in the foreground as Rick passes the tank on horseback.

Browning M2HB - .50 BMG
At the beginning of "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), a mockup of a Browning M2HB is seen mounted on a Bell UH-1 "Huey" helicopter that Rick stumbles upon.
Rick passes the tank in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01). The fake M2HB is visible on the hatch, with a real M2HB in the foreground.
The fake Browning M2 on top of the tank in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
Rick tries to escape the horde by getting into the tank in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
A closeup of the mounting; note that the mounting is designed for the L7 GPMG, an FN MAG derivative, and the fake M2 simply sits on top of it. Compare to the real M2 in the foreground of the shot above.
Director Frank Darabont holds up the prop Browning M2 in a behind the scenes still.
In "TS-19" (S1E06), another Browning M2 is briefly seen next to the M60 machine gun outside the CDC in Atlanta.

DShK

In "Wildfire" (S1E05), a DShK heavy machine gun is seen in a machine gun nest outside the CDC in Atlanta. Likely a mocked-up Browning M2.

A Russian DShKM on Tripod - 12.7x108mm
In "Wildfire" (S1E05), a DShK heavy machine gun is seen in a machine gun next outside the CDC in Atlanta. Note the dead soldier with the M1911A1 on the far right. Trivia note: The building seen here is actually the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center. The collection of buildings that are the actual Centers for Disease Control don't lend themselves to film crews running around for obvious reasons.

M60

In "TS-19" (S1E06), an M60 machine gun is briefly seen next to the Browning M2 outside the CDC in Atlanta.

M60.jpg
In "TS-19" (S1E06), an M60 machine gun is briefly seen next to the Browning M2 outside the CDC in Atlanta.

Other

M67 Hand Grenade (M69 Training version)

In "Guts" (S1E02), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) takes what appears to be an M67 hand grenade from a tank and stores it in his pocket. In reality, the grenade is actually an M69, the inert training version of the live M67 grenade, noted in some shots with a bit of the blue paint showing through the over painted OD green color. Carol later gives Rick the grenade to use in "TS-19" (S1E06).

M69 training grenade - an inert version of the M67 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade. The real live version has a more brownish color and has painted factory markings on the body.
Closeup of the grenade taken by Rick in "Guts" (S1E02). Note the blue paint on the spoon, indicated that this as an M69 training grenade.
Carol later gives Rick the grenade to use in "TS-19" (S1E06).

Horton Scout Crossbow

A Horton Scout HD 125 Crossbow is used by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) as his weapon of choice.

Horton Scout HD 125
The Horton Scout HD 125 is held by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) in "Vatos" (S1E04).

Rick's Bag of Guns

In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is seen ransacking the sheriff's station armory and throughout the first season is seen with a duffle bag of guns. Later in the episode, he is seen having to abandon this bag when attacked by swarm of walkers. For the majority of the time in the premiere episode, the shotguns sticking out of the bag appear to be foam props. Later in the season, the bag ends up in the hands and used by fellow survivors in the group or himself, or given away. At least until "Vatos" (S1E04), the contents of the bag included six shotguns, two high-powered rifles, a dozen handguns, and seven hundred rounds of ammunition, assorted. So far the current count from the bag is Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Compact, Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Protector, two Mossberg 500s with high-capacity magazine tube, Remington 870 Wingmaster, Remington 870, Browning Automatic Rifle Safari, Remington 700 BDL, Glock 17 (possibly more than one), SIG-Sauer P226, Smith & Wesson Model 10 snub-nose and a Smith & Wesson Model 586. In reality, that many guns in one bag would make it much too heavy to simply carry slung over the shoulder.

In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), Rick carries the bag of guns out of the sheriff's station
In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), Rick rides into Atlanta with the bag of guns slung over his back.
In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), Rick with the guns. Judging by the amount of firearms seen, his pack in reality should weigh around 70 pounds.
In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), Closeup of the shotguns. The one with the brown pump action appears to be a Remington 870 and the black one immediately underneath it appears to be a Mossberg. The dull surface of the barrels make these shotguns likely to be rubber props.
In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), the shotguns seen here are obvious lightweight props (note the filled-in barrels).
Rick opens the bag in "Vatos" (S1E04). A Remington 870 Wingmaster, Synthetic Remington 870, Mossberg 500, Harrington & Richardson Pump Protector and a Harrington & Richardson Pump Pardener can be seen.

"M1A1 Abrams"

In "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01), Rick is seen having to take refuge in what appears to be an M1A1 Abrams tank. The tank in the episode appears to be a British Chieftain with a modified turret to resemble the M1A1.

The M1A1 Abrams mockup in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01). As seems common for Chieftains standing in for other tanks, the thermal sleeve has been removed from the L11A5 L/55 120mm rifled cannon. This appears to be a Mark 11 tank, mounting the "Stillbrew" bolt-on armor package for the driver's position and turret, and minus the .50 cal coaxial ranging machine gun and the large infrared searchlight box on the left hand side of the turret.
Rick tries to escape the horde by getting into the tank in "Days Gone Bye" (S1E01).
A closeup of the mounting; note that the mounting is designed for the L7 GPMG, an FN MAG derivative, and the fake M2 simply sits on top of it. Compare to the real M2 in the foreground of the shot above.
A pair of tanks seen outside the CDC in "Wildfire" (S1E05).


See Also

The Walking Dead Franchise
Television Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  Season 5
Video Games The Walking Dead: Season 1  •  The Walking Dead: Season 2  •  The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct




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