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Endeavour - Season 3

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Endeavour S3.jpg
Season 3 DVD Cover
Country UKD.jpg UK
Channel ITV
Genre Detective
Broadcast 2016
No. of Episodes 4
Main Cast
Character Actor
Detective Constable Endeavour Morse Shaun Evans
Detective Inspector Fred Thursday Roger Allam
Detective Sergeant Jim Strange Sean Rigby
Chief Superintendent Reginald Bright Anton Lesser
Detective Sergeant Peter Jakes Jack Laskey
Dr. Max DeBryn James Bradshaw
Joan Thursday Sara Vickers
Win Thursday Caroline O'Neill
WPC Shirley Trewlove Dakota Blue Richards

The following weapons were used in Season 3 of the television series Endeavour:



Webley .455 Mk VI

In "Coda" (S03E04) DI Fred Thursday (Roger Allam) is suspended from office, but when it turns out that his daughter Joan is among the hostages in bank, he joins the police squad. Chief Superintendent Reginald Bright (Anton Lesser) gives him a Webley .455 Mk VI revolver, calling it the same gun that was confiscated from Thursday as an evidence in the case of Blenheim Vale shootout (episode "Neverland" of 2nd Season). But in "Neverland" Thursday carried a Smith & Wesson Model 10, not a Webley (while he used a Webley Mk VI in several other episodes).

Webley Mk VI - .455 Webley
Bright hands the revolver to Thursday.
Thursday opens the revolver.
The Webley on table.
Thursday holds the revolver during the pursuit of Cole and Pete Matthews.
Thursday aims at Cole Matthews.

Webley .38 Mk IV

A Webley .38 Mk IV revolver is used by circus magician Mr. Newton aka The Great Zambezi (Hilton McRae) and his assistant Roselle Brawton (Crystal Leaity) in "Ride" (S03E01). Woman Police Constable Shirley Trewlove (Dakota Blue Richards) uses a Webley Mk IV in the climactic scene in "Coda" (S03E04) when she arrests one of the bank robbers.

Webley Mk IV - .38 S&W. WWII production.
Newton hands the revolver to DI Thursday (Roger Allam) when he explanes the "bullet trick" in "Ride".
Thursday holds the open revolver while Newton show two cartridge, one with a real bullet and another with a fake one.
Roselle fires the revolver, performing the "bullet trick".
Newton loads the revolver with a real bullet in the climactic scene.
Newton fires.

WPC Shirley Trewlove aims her revolver at bank robber Tommy Thompson through the windscreen of the bus in "Coda".
Another view of the scene.

Mle 1892 Revolver

Gang boss Cole Matthews (Tom McKay) uses an Mle 1892 Revolver during the bank heist in "Coda" (S03E04).

Modele d’Ordonnance Mle 1892 Revolver - 8x27mm SR
Cole Matthews' revolver.
Cole threatens bank clerks and customers.
He orders the manager to open the safe.
A good view of Cole's revolver.
Cole threatens Joan Thursday after one of bank employees gave out that she is the daughter of the police inspector.
Cole gives the revolver to his younger brother Pete (Tom Mothersdale) and orders his to kill Morse.
Morse picks up the revolver of wounded and arrested Cole and opens the cylinder.
He finds out that one unfired cartridge remains in cylinder.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

The flashback scene in "Coda" (S03E04) reveals Paul Marlock (Robbie Carpenter) killing Cedric Clissold with a Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Marlock fires.
He holds the revolver after the murder.


Walther P38

A Walther P38 is one of the guns of Matthews' gang in "Coda" (S03E04). During the bank heist Walther is used by the getaway driver (uncredited).

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
A P38 and a Mle 1892 Revolver are seen when Cole Matthews readies the guns for bank heist.
The getaway driver fires at a constable.


Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I

Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I rifles are used by police constables during the hunt for a stray tiger in "Prey" (S03E03) and during the operation against Matthews' gang in "Coda" (S03E04).

Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk. I - .303 British
A constable carries a Lee-Enfield at the background in "Prey".
A constabe holds a rifle when the hunting party combs the forest.
A constable carries a Lee-Enfield at the background.
A Lee-Enfield is seen in hands of a local hunter in center.

Constables with sniper and common Lee-Enfield rifles in "Coda".
The bolt and magazine.
Constables with sniper and common Lee-Enfield rifles.

Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I (T)

Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I (T) sniper rifles are used by DS Jim Strange (Sean Rigby) and several police constables in "Coda" (S03E04).

Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk. I (T) - .303 British
A sniper rifle in the trunk of police car.
A constable reloads his sniper rifle.
A constable aims sniper rifle.
Constables with sniper and common Lee-Enfield rifles.
Constables with sniper and common Lee-Enfield rifles.
Strange with a sniper rifle.
Strange aims at Cole Matthews.

Bolt action hunting rifle

A bolt action hunting rifle of unclear model, fitted with sniper scope, is used by Geoff Craven (Darrell D'Silva) in "Prey" (S03E03). After Craven is killed by the tiger, Chief Superintendent Reginald Bright (Anton Lesser) takes the rifle.

Craven joins the hunt of stay tiger, carrying his rifle on sling.
Craven holds his rifle while on rest.
Craven aims, using the scope.
A close view of the bolt.
Hastely loading in the climactic scene, Craven drops the ammo.
Craven loads the rifle with a single bullet.
He holds his rifle, stalking the tiger in the hedge maze.
A close view of the rifle.
Bright finds dead Craven.
Bright lowers the rifle after killing the tiger with a well-aimed shot.

Air Rifles

Bruce Belborough (Ben Mansfield) and Morse (Shaun Evans) shoot air rifles of unclear model at traveling carnival shooting gallery in "Ride" (S03E01).

Bruce Belborough aims and shoots.
He lowers the gun.
Morse shoots.

Percussion Cap Carbine

A percussion cap carbine (may be rifled or smoothbore) is seen on the wall in a pub in "Arcadia" (S03E02).

A percussion cap carbine and a double barreled shotgun are seen on the wall.
The engraved buttstock of the carbine allows to identify it as a hunting weapon.


Double Barreled Shotgun

Several Double Barreled Shotguns are seen in Joss Bixby's house in "Ride" (S03E01). One of them is used as a murder weapon. In "Prey" (S03E03) farmers carry double barreled shotguns during the hunt for a stray tiger.

Shotguns in gun rack in Bixby's house in "Ride".
Dr. Max DeBryn (James Bradshaw) holds the murder weapon, describing it as "12 Gauge with 36-inch barrel".
DeBryn shows that the gun is too long to be used by the supposed suicide, so is was a murder.
A flashback scene reveals the murder of Joss Bixby (David Oakes) by his twin brother (same actor).

A percussion cap carbine and a double barreled shotgun (partially seen at the right) are seen on the wall in a pub in "Arcadia".

A member of the hunt holds an open shotgun at the right in "Prey".
Two men (at the left and in center) hold double barreled shotguns.

A double barreled shotgun with exposed hammers is seen in hands of Geoff Craven (Darrell D'Silva) and Guy Mortmaigne (Ben Lambert) in the climactic scene in "Prey" (S03E03).

Craven runs from the house with rifle and shotgun.
Craven gives the shotgun to Guy Mortmaigne.
Guy holds the shotgun, stalking the tiger in the hedge maze.
A good view of the gun.
The muzzle.
Guy aims at the tiger, but the old, well-worn shotgun misfires.

Sawed-off Shotgun

Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotguns are used by Peter Matthews (Tom Mothersdale) and Tommy Thompson (Jimmy Walker) during the bank heist in "Coda" (S03E04). There are two different guns, and Peter and Tommy several times change their shotguns with each other in continuity errors.

Remington Spartan Sawed Off shotgun - 12 gauge
Cole Matthews readies the weapons for his accomplicies.
The sawed-off buttstock of a shotgun is seen.
Robbers break in the bank.
Tommy Thompson with the shotgun.
Peter holds the shotgun that was seen in Tommy's hands in previous scene.
Tommy holds another shotgun with a "thumbhole" buttstock.
Now this shotgun is in Peter's hands.
Peter with same shotgun.

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