Warehouse 13

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Warehouse 13 (2009-2014)

The following weapons were used in the television series Warehouse 13:


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Tesla Gun

The most commonly used weapon is a not a real gun at all, but a device called a "Tesla Gun" purportedly built by Nicola Tesla in the late 19th century. It fires a lightning bolt that stuns an attacker but does not kill him, also creating a short term memory loss of the incident in the victim.

The Fictional Tesla Gun which fires lightning bolts to stun (not kill) an opponent. One of the drawbacks is that it requires recharging after each shot.
Pete attempting to fire the Tesla, however it doesn't have enough power left.

Pistols

SIG-Sauer P226R

U.S. Secret Service Agents Pete Lattimer (Eddie McClintock) and Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) carry SIG-Sauer P226R pistols as their sidearms after the pilot episode. Other U.S. Secret Service Agents are seen carrying the SIG-Sauer P226, including Agent Sam Martino (Gabriel Hogan) in hallucinations and flashbacks as Myka's deceased former partner. Warehouse Regent Benedict Valda (Mark Sheppard) is seen using Myka's to kill both Artie and Myka in a hallucination Pete has while under the effects of an artifact.


This is the most seen firearm on the show. And inaccurate, the Secret Service issues P229 chambered in .357 SIG to all their personnel.

A closeup of Pete's P226R as he aims at a potential threat. The lack of a shaved barrel, lack of firing scenes, show budget, and general plastic-y look to the guns suggests this one is an airsoft replica. - Episode: Burnout
Pete holding his P226R as the threat drops dead. - Episode: Burnout
Myka holding her P226R while searching for Arty. - Episode: Claudia
The vision of dead Agent Sam Martino (Gabriel Hogan) tells Agent Bering to kill herself while he points his SIG-Sauer P226R at her. - Episode: Regrets
On rare occasions Museum curator Artie Nielsen (Saul Rubinek) carries a SIG-Sauer P226R in his tool bag. - Episode: Implosion
Secret Service Director Daniel Dickinson (Simon Reynolds) aims his SIG-Sauer P226R along with a Uniformed Division Officer. - Episode: Implosion
Valda firing Myka's P226 in Pete's hallucination. - Episode: Around the Bend

SIG-Sauer P228

First seen being used by several unnamed Secret Service Agents, after Myka loses her PPK/S, she calls for a weapon and is handed one by a fellow agent. Due to continuity errors, Pete and Myka's sidearms switch between these, and the newer (And more accurate) P229's. Warden Corinne Huggins (Maria Ricossa) pulls one from her desk while being affected by an artifact, it changes to a Walther PPK when she fires it, and continues to be one after Myka picks it up.

Myka holding a borrowed P228 on a failed assassin. - Episode: Pilot
Pete reacting to formally meeting his boss Arty. - Episode: Pilot
Pete holding his P228 before being knocked across the stage. It changes to a P229 when Cody Thomas picks it up a moment later. - Episode: Pilot
Warden Huggins pulls her P228. Episode: Regrets

SIG-Sauer P229

First seen as Pete loads it while getting ready for work, changes to, and back from a P228 throughout the pilot episode.

SIG-Sauer P229 - 9x19mm, .357 SIG & .40 S&W
Pete's P229 sits in it's storage case as Pete readies for work. - Episode: Pilot
Myka holding her sidearm at her head while under the influence of one of the artifacts. - Episode: Pilot
Cody Thomas (Dillon Casey) holding Pete at gunpoint with his own sidearm. Which is now back to being a P229. - Episode: Pilot

Walther PPK/S

U.S. Secret Service Agent Myka Bering (Joanne Kelly) carries a stainless PPK/S during the museum event in the pilot episode. Warden Corinne Huggins' SIG P228 changes to a PPK when she fires it at an inmate while being effected by an artifact. Myka picks it up, and moments later aims it at Pete when she too becomes affected. Todd (Nolan Gerard Funk) is seen pulling one out of a hidden box before confronting Claudia about his mistaken belief that she was after him.

Walther PPK/S - .32 ACP & .380 ACP
Myka aiming her stainless PPK/S on the assassin. - Episode: Pilot
Myka aiming the Warden's blued PPK/S at Pete while being affected by the artifact. - Episode: Regrets
Todd removing the PPK from it's hiding place. - Episode: Vendetta
Todd holding it on Claudia. - Episode: Vendetta

Glock 17

A Glock 17 (A non-gun aka flashpaper gun) is wielded by Sheriff MacKenna (Cornell Womack) when he threatens to blow up the church in Season 1, Episode 3: Magnetism. In Merge With Caution, Howard can be seen holding one on Claudia and Lauren (Laura Harris) until Artie arrives. Artie then obtains it after temporarily blinding Howard.

Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Howard holding his Glock on Claudia. - Episode: Merge With Caution
Artie holding Howard's pistol on it's owner. - Episode: Merge With Caution

Old West style Revolvers

Seen used by one of Raymond St. James' (Philip Winchester) characters, and 3 bad guys in Beyond Our Control.

  • Good chance they're Single action Army's, however revolvers in general are not my forté. If you can ID the revolvers that would be greatly appreciated. --Crazycrankle 20:14, 21 July 2010 (UTC)

Ekol "Tuna" blank fire only replica

H.G. Wells (Jaime Murray) is seen using a small stainless pistol in Vendetta. It is an Ekol Tuna 9mm P.A.K. blank firing replica of the FIE Titan.

Ekol tuna.jpg
- Episode: Vendetta
- Episode: Vendetta

Walther P99

A Walther P99 with a stainless slide used by H.G. Wells(Jamie Murray) in Stand while under the control of Walter Sykes(Anthony Micheal Hall). Pete Lattimer(Eddie McClintock) is later seen with the pistol under Skyes control.

Walther P99 with QPQ finished (stainless steel) slide - 9x19mm

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch UMP

A guard outside the Japanese embassy in Implosion can be seen holding a H&K UMP.

Though not very clear, two Japanese guards can be seen carrying H&K UMP's. - Episode: Implosion

M1A1 Thompson

Seen carried by one of Raymond St. James' characters in Beyond Our Control.

M1A1 Thompson - .45 ACP
Alternate angle of the Garand image showing Raymond St. James and his M1A1. - Episode: Beyond Our Control
- Episode: Beyond Our Control

Rifles

M4A1

A Secret Service Uniformed Division officer can be seen entering the Japanese embassy while carrying an M4.

M4A1 - 5.56x45mm
A Uniformed Secret Service officer walking into the Japanese embassy. - Episode: Implosion

M1 Garand

Seen carried by two actors playing WWII-era US Marines in Beyond Our Control.

M1 Garand - .30-06
Much to the shock of Dr. Kelly Hernandez (Paula Garces), three World War 2 era US Marines walk past her office in Univille. - Episode: Beyond Our Control

Shotguns

Double Barrel Exposed Hammers Shotgun

Was wielded by Leo (Zack Ward) when he confronts Pete and Myka after a news report says they're wanted for kidnapping.

Remington SPR220 - 12 Gauge
Leo holds his shotgun on Pete and Myka. - Episode: 13.1



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