Wallander is the BBC adaptation of the Swedish crime mystery novel series. The series stars Kenneth Branagh as Inspector Kurt Wallander, a Swedish police detective who solves cases in the Swedish countryside while dealing with his inner demons. The series premiered in 2008 and has produced four seasons until 2015.
The following weapons were used in the series Wallander:
What appears to be a SIG-Sauer P6 is the main handgun seen throughout the series, notably in Season 2. Kurt Wallander (Kenneth Branagh) carries one as well as his fellow detectives.
SIG-Sauer P6 - 9x19mm - note the cutaway hammer, this was used to allow West German police to know whether or not a gun was dropped on its hammer.
In Season 2's "Faceless Killers", Kurt Wallander (Kenneth Branagh
) with his SIG-Sauer P6 drawn.
In Season 2's "Faceless Killers", Closeup of the trigger.
In Season 2's "The Fifth Woman ", Magnus Martinsson (Tom Hiddleston
) draws his SIG-Sauer P6.
In Season 2's "The Fifth Woman", the pistol is used.
Makarov PM is the main sidearm of Latvian Police in the series as shown in Season 3 Episode 2 (The Dogs of Riga).
Commercial imported Makarov by Baikal, called the IJ-70 - 9x18mm Makarov.
Colonel Putnis (Arturs Skrastins) discusses the case with Wallander with his Makarov PM holstered in "The Dogs of Riga".
Colonel Putnis aims his Makarov PM in "The Dogs of Riga".
Baiba Liepa (Ingeborga Dapkunaite) holds a Makarov PM in "The Dogs of Riga".
In Season 2's "Faceless Killers", an Over/Under Shotgun is seen being fired at Wallander.