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Babylon Berlin - Season 2

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Babylon Berlin - Season 2
Babylon Berlin se2.jpg
Country GER.jpg Germany
Channel Sky Deutschland
Genre Crime
Broadcast November 10 -
December 1, 2017
No. of Episodes 8
Main Cast
Character Actor
Gereon Rath Volker Bruch
Charlotte Ritter Liv Lisa Fries
Alfred Nyssen Lars Eidinger
Reinhold Gräf Christian Friedel
Gottfried Wendt Benno Fürmann
Helga Rath Hannah Herzsprung
Samuel Katelbach Karl Markovics
Edgar "The Armenian" Kasabian Misel Maticevic

The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the television series Babylon Berlin:



Dreyse Model 1907

Gereon Rath still uses his Dreyse Model 1907 throughout the series but not as often as in the first season.

Dreyse Modell 1907 - 7.65mm Browning
The end of the grip can be seen in the shoulder holster.
Gereon climbs out the tank car with his Dreyse in hand (Ep. 16).

Sauer Model 1913

Czerwinski (Rüdiger Klink) and Stephan Jänicke (Anton von Lucke) are seen with Sauer 1913 pistols in Episode 10.

J. P. Sauer & Sohn Suhl Modell 1913 - .32 ACP
Czerwinski points his pistol at Michail Fallin (Waléra Kanischtscheff) showing him to put his hands up. Not to be confused with the scene from the first season that looks very similar.
A blurred right sight view of the Sauer pistol.
The holstered Sauer pistol of Stephan. Later, he can be seen using it, but only briefly and blurred.

Walther Model 4

Unlike Czerwinski's Sauer pistol, the Walther Model 4 of Henning (Thorsten Merten) is used in two episodes.

Walther Model 4 - .32 ACP
"Gentlemen, now it's closing time here!"
Henning interrupts an illegal dog fighting match.
He orders his men to arrest the Soviet agents (Ep. 10).
Henning keeps calm the two agents with his Walther, during Gereon's negotiation with ambassador Trochin (Denis Burgazliev) outside.
Another angle of this scene shows the rear part (Ep. 11).

Tokarev TT-30/TT-33

The anachronistic TT pistol of the Soviet agent Grigori Selenskij (Dmitri Alexandrov) is briefly seen in Episode 10. Ernst "Buddha" Gennat (Udo Samel) in Ep. 09 and Gereon Rath in Ep. 10 identify correctly the 7.62x25mm caliber. Gereon, also calls it "Tokarev" pistols, that are issued to the Soviet embassy members.

Tokarev TT-30 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
A police officer takes Grigori's TT on the left.

Luger P08

Luger pistols are used by actors, Police officers, and Reichswehr soldiers.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm Parabellum
An Actors fires blanks from Luger P08 in a stage play.
A detailed view of the other side.
Geroen presses a Luger on Sheer's backhead (Ep. 14).
Bruno steals a P08 Luger from a dead soldier (Ep. 16).
Bruno takes aim with his stolen P08 Luger (Ep. 16).

Astra 400

Jonny (Wolfgang Lindner), the main bodyguard, and other henchmen of the Armenian are briefly seen with Astra 400 pistols.

Astra 400 - 9x23mm Bergmann / Largo
An Astra 400 is used by a mysterious man to assassinate one of Gereon's colleagues (Ep. 10).
A gangster to the left aims his pistol.
Jonny holds his Astra near the stopped train looking at what floats towards him.
Henning (right) with Jonny's Astra (Ep. 16)

Colt M1911A1

Edgar "The Armenian" Kasabian (Misel Maticevic) uses his nickel-plated Colt M1911A1 in Episodes 13 and 16. Some of his henchmen including Max Fuchs (Sebastian Urzendowsky) can be seen with standard Colts.

Nickel-plated M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Edgar got up from his armchair hides his Colt behind his bag...
...and uses it as a pressure medium (Ep. 13).
After he frightened the Reds, he gives his Colt a rest (Ep. 16).
Pre-War Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
A henchman walks by with his Colt.
Colt pistols held by the men on the right.

Ortgies Pocket Automatic

Bruno Wolter's (Peter Kurth) Ortgies Pocket Pistol is used by him and Geroen.

Ortgies Pocket Pistol - .25 ACP
Bruno removes his pistol from his coat.
Gereon Rath tucks Bruno's Ortgies Pocket Automatic into his waistband.
Later on the train, Gereon dramatically raises the Ortgies to aim at his opponent.
After a small shootout, he checks the magazine that is empty.
Realizising by a brass check, that only one bullet is in the chamber (Ep. 16).

Mauser C96

A suppressed Mauser C96 with stock is used by one of the Armenian's henchmen.

Mauser C96 fitted with holster/stock combo - 7.63x25mm Mauser
The henchman approaches the train with his C96.
A closer and different view shows the stock (Ep. 16).


Webley Bulldog

Samuel Katelbach (Karl Markovics) owns what appears to be a Webley Bulldog

Webley British Bulldog - .45 caliber
(Ep. 13).

Nagant M1895

A communist is seen with a Nagant M1895 in Episode 16.

Nagant M1895 - 7.62x38R Nagant
The communist starts pointing his Nagant revolver at Geroen's head. Note the post-1930 angular front sight which makes this variant anachronistic.
Note the position of the ejector rod that magically changed backward.

Submachine Guns

Steyr-Solothurn S1-100

Moritz Rath (Ivo Pietzcker) and Bruno can be seen handling the same Steyr-Solothurn S1-100 in Episode 13. Its appearance in the show, set in 1929, is effectively anachronistic since the gun was not in production yet, though prototypes were undergoing trial in Austria and would be adopted by their police a year later under the designation MP 30.

Steyr-Solothurn S1-100, model MP 34 - 9x23mm Steyr
After discovering the S1-100 in the hidden weapon crate, Moritz inserts the side magazine.
Impressed by this gun he looks through the sights...
...and plays around.
"Can you handle it?"
Bruno finishes the reload by racking the charging handle.

Bergmann MP18/I "System Schmeisser"

During the vision of the coup "Operation Prangertag" in Episode 13, some Schwarze Reichswehr soldiers are armed with Bergmann-pattern submachine guns. These are intended to represent the Haenel MP28/II, but are probably the same MP18/I props featured in Season 1.

Bergmann MP18/I "System Schmeisser" - 9x19mm
A soldier jumps off a truck holding his MP18/I.
Soldiers march toward the backside of the Reichstag building. Two MPs can be seen on the right.
More soldiers storming the Berlin Police HQ Rote Burg.


Gewehr 1888/05

A Gewehr 88/05 is seen hanging in Bruno Wolter's living room that he gives to Moritz who aims it. As in Season 1, German soldiers including Gereon Rath in 1918 are also armed with this rifle.

Gewehr 1888/05 - 7.92x57mm (8x57 IS)
"Mr. Wolter, is this a G88?"
The rifle is seen hanging on the wall alongside an Aushilfsseitengewehr 88/98-type bayonet.
"Yes it is a G88. It has served me faithfully and is now in a well-deserved retirement."
Bruno offers Moritz to try out his old friend
"Take aim!"
What he does not reject (Ep. 09).
Moritz keeps watch with the G88 in the night (Ep. 11).
A Gewehr 88 next to the soldier in center.
Gereon takes cover with his Gewehr (Ep. 16).

Mauser Gewehr 1898

Reichswehr soldiers and Berlin police forces use Gewehr 1898s.

Early Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Late Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Soldiers getting out a truck hold their Mausers (Ep. 13).
Two police officers control Gereon outside the theater (Ep. 14).
Major Beck (Joachim Paul Assböck) and his men going to take over the train. Note the crest on the buttstock of the rifle that is also seen in the hands of a police officer in the first season.
His soldiers pointing Mausers at the two locomotive drivers.
Left side view of the soldiers.
Another closer view (Ep. 16).

Mosin Nagant 1891/30

Two Soviet soldiers can be seen in front of the Soviet embassy in Berlin Mitte armed with Mosin Nagant M91/30 rifles with fixed bayonets.

Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mmR
The soldiers in front of the embassy building (Ep. 10).
A closer view of the rifles during a night watch (Ep. 11).

Mauser 98 Sporter

Bruno presents Moritz with an unknown Mauser 98 takedown sporter sniper rifle in Episode 13. Major Scheer (Florian Panzner) is also seen with a similar-looking rifle in the following episode.

German-style Mauser 98 Sporter Model B - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Moritz:"Is this an M28?"
Bruno:"No, this is something very special. Tomorrow, we will write history with it!"
Bruno adjusts the scope to demonstrate the rifle to Moritz.
Moritz is impressed by the precision after firing a shoot (Ep. 13).
Bruno is seen assembling the two halves of the rifle.
Also worth noting the double triggers, and the band where the barrel meets the receiver.
About to fill in the chamber with two rounds.
Bruno Wolter is seen taking aim with the rifle.
Rear view of his rifle.
A view of the front sight of Scheer's rifle (Ep. 14).

Machine Guns

Maxim MG 08

An MG08 with a muzzle disk is manned by two soldiers in Episode 13. During the repeated WWI flashback in Episode 16 from the first season, two Maxims are seen in a trench.

Maxim MG 08 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The two soldiers on the left operating the Maxim on a truck (Ep. 13).
Another Maxim in the German trench next to Gereon.
A Maxim seen in the distance (Ep. 16).

Schwarzlose M.07/12

The Austrian Schwarzlose M.07/12 machine gun is also briefly seen in the same flashback.

Schwarzlose Modell 1907/12 - 8x50mmR Mannlicher
Gereon runs towards the Schwarzlose; the tripod can be seen behind his right hand.

Hand Grenades

M1917 Chemical Grenade

In Episode 16, several Russian M1917 Chemical Hand Grenades are carried by Henning in his backpack that he uses off-screen.

M1917 Chemical hand grenade
The end of the stock is seen in the backpack.
One of the gas grenade unleashes a suspicious white cloud.

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