|Better Call Saul - Season 2
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The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the television series Better Call Saul:
Smith & Wesson Model 629 Performance Center
Mike (Jonathan Banks) can be seen brandishing the snub-nosed, Performance Center variant of the Smith & Wesson Model 629 in both "Nailed" (S2E09) and "Klick" (S2E10).
S&W 629 PC - .44 Magnum. Note: Wood grips appear darker in stock photo then in other representations.
A masked Mike holds the Smith & Wesson Model 629 PC to the head of Ximenez Lecerda in "Nailed" (S2E09). Note the standard gap between the cylinder face and frame, and standard forcing cone length.
Mike moves about with the Model 629 in hand and M40A1 slung in "Klick" (S2E10). Note the ejection rod that runs the full length of the barrel shroud. This, and the previously noted distinguishes the pistol from either Smith & Wesson Model 686
or Smith & Wesson Model 627
Performance Center snub-nosed pistols.
Mike can be seen again with the Model 629 in "Klick" (S2E10).
What appears to be a Llama Comanche revolver is retrieved by Ximenez Lecerda (Manuel Uriza) when he enters the US in "Fifi" (S2E08). He later draws it in "Nailed" (S2E09). This revolver has duct tape over the grip.
Llama Comanche - .357 Magnum
Ximenez Lecerda retrieves his Comanche from a buried cache in "Fifi" (S2E08).
The revolver in the hands of Ximenez Lecerda in "Nailed" (S2E09).
Ximenez Lecerda with the revolver in "Nailed" (S2E09).
Taurus Raging Judge
Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) continues to carry the Taurus Raging Judge as his sidearm.
Taurus Raging Judge - .454 Casull
Closeup of the Raging Judge carried by Tuco in "Gloves Off" (S2E04).
SIG-Sauer P225 P6
Mike (Jonathan Banks) can be seen checking his nickel SIG-Sauer P225 P6 variant in "Amarillo" (S2E03) while waiting in his car. He uses it again in "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06), although in a continuity error it turns into a SIG-Sauer P226 Elite. This is presumably the same P225 that he brought with him from Philadelphia in Season 1.
SIG-Sauer P225 Nickel - 9x19mm
Mike brass checks his SIG-Sauer P225 in "Amarillo" (S2E03). Note the electrolyzed nickel internal extractor, helping to distinguish this as a West German-built P225.
Mike keeps watch, holding the P225 in "Amarillo" (S2E03).
Mike again draws his nickel P225 in "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06).
Closeup of Mike's P225 in "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06). Note the cutaway hammer, which identifies this as a nickel "P6", the West German police contract variant of the P225. The bright nickel finish's contrast with the dull aluminum frame can clearly be seen. If you examine this screenshot closely, you can see both "Made in W. Germany" and "CAI Georgia Vermont", this is an importer mark from Century Arms; further evidence that this is a P6 surplus police gun and not just a standard P225.
Mike shows Nacho his concealed P225 in "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06). The cutaway hammer can again be seen here, identifying this as a P6 and not a standard P225.
In "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06) Mike's P225 turns into what appears to be a stainless SIG-Sauer P226 Elite in a continuity error. While the slide is that of a stainless P226 Elite, this particular weapon has no beavertail on the frame, black factory grips, and stainless frame controls. The stainless controls are indicative of an older-model standard stainless P226; however the frame also sports an accessory rail, indicative of a later model. This hybrid P226 was likely assembled from several different guns by an armorer. It could also be a replica, as it is uses to pistol-whip two men during this scene.
SIG-Sauer P226 Elite Stainless - 9x19mm
Mike with the SIG in "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06).
Mike with the SIG in "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06). Note front slide serrations, accessory rail, factory grips, and stainless controls.
Mike with the SIG in "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06).
In the prologue of "Fifi" (S2E08), a United States Border Patrol agent is briefly seen with an M4A1 or similar AR-15 style carbine at a US-Mexico border crossing checkpoint.
M4A1 with EOTech 552.A65 holographic sight and SureFire M951XM05 tactical light - 5.56x45mm
A Border Patrol agent walks past a line of trucks waiting to enter the US in "Fifi" (S2E08). His rifle appears to be fitted with an EOTech holographic sight and weaponlight.
"ArmaLite AR-50" (Iver Johnson AMAC-1500)
In "Gloves Off" (S2E04), one of the sniper rifles offered for sale to Mike (Jonathan Banks) is identified by Lawson (Jim Beaver) as an "ArmaLite AR-50". Mike describes the hefty weapon as a "hernia with a scope on it" in the episode. However, the rifle we can see inside the case isn't an ArmaLite AR-50, but the similar Iver Johnson AMAC-1500.
Iver Johnson AMAC-1500 - .50 BMG
Not an ArmaLite AR-50 but an Iver Johnson AMAC-1500 is one of the sniper rifles in "Gloves Off" (S2E04).
Knight's Armament SR-25 Enhanced Combat Carbine
In "Gloves Off" (S2E04), the Knight's Armament SR-25 Enhanced Combat Carbine rifle is another one of the sniper rifles offered for sale to Mike (Jonathan Banks) by Lawson (Jim Beaver). Its configuration seems to be anachronistic, with several accessories that were not available in 2002, the year the scene is set. These include the Crane stock, 10-round 7.62x51mm Magpul PMAG, and URX free float handguard.
Knight's Armament SR-25 Enhanced Combat Carbine - 7.62x51mm NATO
"SR-25 Match rifle. Eugene Stoner-designed semi-auto. That's about eleven pounds there. Not quite the range or punch of the AR-50, but you're talking about a point-five MOA at well past a thousand meters".
An SR-25 Enhanced Combat Carbine is seen in its case in "Gloves Off" (S2E04).
In "Gloves Off" (S2E04), an M40A1 sniper rifle is the last one shown to Mike (Jonathan Banks) by Lawson (Jim Beaver), and is the rifle that he decides to purchase. In "Klick" (S2E10), the M40A1 is finally used in action, used by Mike (Jonathan Banks) in an assassination attempt.
"Which brings us to the M40. Tried and true, battle-tested. Essentially the same rifle used by Marine snipers since 1966".
The the M40A1 is presented to Mike in "Gloves Off" (S2E04).
"You seem to know this one". "Oh, yeah. You could say that".
Mike handles the rifle in "Gloves Off" (S2E04).
A perched and prone Mike is seen dialing in the scope for his rifle in "Klick" (S2E10).