|Fortitude - Season 2
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The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the television series Fortitude:
Members of the Norwegian Police Service stationed in Fortitude continue to carry the Glock 17 as their service firearm. Sheriff Eric Odegard (Björn Hlynur Haraldsson), Officer Petra Bergen (Alexandra Moen) and Officer Ingrid Witry (Mia Jexen) are seen carrying them throughout. Dan Anderssen (Richard Dormer), the former Sheriff, also briefly uses one.
Note: Ordinary Norwegian police officers are usually not armed, but they have weapons in their patrol cars. The standard issue pistol for the Norwegian policemen is the Heckler & Koch P30, while the special unit has access to Glocks. It can be assumed the reason the officers permanently carry their guns is due to the laws in Fortitude stating all citizens must be armed (in case of polar bear attacks).
Glock 17 (3rd Gen) - 9x19mm.
Officer Ingrid Witry aims her Glock at Rune Lennox.
Eric, Petra and Ingrid search a suspects house with their weapons drawn.
Ingrid fires her Glock in the air to break up a fight between Eric Odegard and Michael Lennox.
Ingrid lowers her Glock after searching the police station after a break in.
Eric chases Vladek with his Glock drawn.
Eric aims his pistol after discovering a severed head.
The officers gear up in preparation to arrest Tomak.
Eric, Petra and Ingrid break into Tomak's bathroom with their weapons drawn.
Petra aims her Glock at Dan when she discovers where he is keeping Elena.
Petra searches Dan's house after he goes missing.
Dan chambers a round into Petra's Glock in preperation to confront Vladek.
The Glock lies on Eric's desk (along with another) after Dan ditches it, preferring a more brutal approach.
Petra aims her pistol at Dan as he attacks Vladek Klimov.
Tomak Bowzyk (Gershwyn Eustache Jr.), a mercenary working for Schenthal Biotech, is seen assembling and chambering a SIG-Sauer P226 with a threaded barrel.
SIG-Sauer P226 pistol - 9x19mm.
Tomak slides the slide onto the pistol...
Tomak holds the de-cocked pistol.
Examining the P226 in his hotel room.
Heckler & Koch USP
Schenthal Biotech mercenaries Devlin (Paul Ready), Spindoe (Lorraine Burroughs) and Hogg (Joel Morris), carry Heckler & Koch USPs as their primary sidearms.
Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm.
Devlin takes a holstered USP out of his bag in the helicopter.
Spindoe examines her USP.
Spindoe aims her USP at Officer Petra Bergen after ramming her patrol car.
Spindoe points her weapon at Dr. Khatri in the helicopter. This appears to be either a rubber prop or airsoft pistol given the barrel diameter.
Heckler & Koch P2A1 Flare Pistol
Dan Anderssen (Richard Dormer) briefly uses a Heckler & Koch P2A1 Flare Pistol with an orange finish to threaten Dr. Sarinda Khatri (Parminder Nagra) and obtain her access pass to the Fortitude Arctic Research Centre (FARC). Dr. Sarinda Khatri (Parminder Nagra) later uses it to kill Spindoe (Lorraine Burroughs) and herself by firing it inside a Schenthal Biotech helicopter.
Heckler & Koch P2A1 in orange finish - 26.5mm.
Dan pulls out the flare gun after getting into the car.
A good side view of the weapon as Dan threatens Dr. Khatri in her car.
Dan aims the flare gun at Dr. Khatri's stomach.
The pistol laying on the car seat after Dan leaves it.
Dr. Khatri notices the gun as she is being extracted by Spindoe.
After realising Spindoe intends to kill her, Dr. Khatri draws the flare gun.
Spindoe (Lorraine Burroughs) and Hogg (Joel Morris), mercenaries hired by Schenthal Biotech, arm themselves with X26 Taser's as a non lethal means to extract Dan Anderssen (Richard Dormer).
Devlin hands an X26 to Hogg in the helicopter.
Spindoe examines her X26.
Hogg checks his X26 before heading into the abandoned mine to capture Dan.
Hogg fires his X26 in the abandoned mine.
Crosman 2240 CO2 Pistol (Modified)
Schenthal Biotech mercenaries Devlin (Paul Ready), Spindoe (Lorraine Burroughs) and Hogg (Joel Morris), also carry modified Crosman 2240 CO2 Pistol's loaded with Fentanyl tipped darts in their mission to extract Dan Anderssen (Richard Dormer).
Devlin takes out one of the tranquilliser pistols in the helicopter.
Another angle of the same pistol, showing the mounted sight.
Devlin searches for Dan in the abandoned mine with the pistol.
Devlin aims the pistol at Dan.
Smith & Wesson Model 27
A Smith & Wesson Model 27 is seen in the possession of Lazlo Hindemith (Brian McCardie) and his associates during a binge on drugs and "Muskemaal", a narcotic drink.
S&W Model 27 with 4" barrel.
A woman under the influence of "Muskemaal" with Hindemith's revolver.
Hindemith takes his revolver from the woman.
A closeup of the Model 27 as Hindemith prepares to shoot a reindeer.
Hindemith lowers the gun after executing the reindeer.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Tavrani (Ramon Tikaram) breifly uses a Smith & Wesson Model 10 to knock out Officer Eric Odegard (Björn Hlynur Haraldsson) after he discovers evidence of a murder in his taxidermy shop.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB (heavy barrel) revolver (Post 1950s Model) - .38 Special.
Tavrani aims the revovler at Eric's head before knocking him out with it.
Smith & Wesson Model 66
Michael Lennox (Dennis Quaid) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 66 on his expedition to the abandoned Soviet weather station outside Vukobejina. It is later used by his son, Rune Lennox (Edvin Endre) and Yeka Podnikov (Eloise Smyth). Lennox refers to it as a "magnum", and that it is the only handgun "powerful enough to kill bears". Devlin (Paul Ready), a mercenary employed by Schenthal Biotech, later uses it after shooting and disarming Michael in the season finale.
Smith & Wesson Model 66 with 4" barrel & Hogue grips - .357 Magnum.
A closeup of the Model 66 on Lennox's snowmobile.
Lennox grips the gun whilst explaining it to Rune.
Rune Lennox aims the Model 66.
Lennox draws the revolver upon entering the abandoned Soviet weather station.
Yeka shoots the Russian soldier with Michael's revolver.
Michael reloads the revolver after shooting the Russian soldier.
Michael's Model 66 on the table as he and Ingrid examine a map of the town.
Lennox threatens Acting Governor Erling Munk with his revolver.
Michael searches for Dan in the government building with his Model 66 drawn.
Devlin aims the Model 66 at Lennox after shooting him in the leg.
A Sami reindeer herder uses what appears to be a Karabiner 98k to shoot an infected Russian researcher in Vukobejina in 1942.
Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The herder runs through the encampment with his rifle in the 1942 flashback.
The herder shoots the infected Russian after observing him cannibalising the villagers.
The herder fires a second shot at the fleeing infected man.
The herder prepares to fire a third
shot at the fleeing infected.
The Remington 700 continues to be the rifle of choice for many Fortitude residents, including Michael Lennox (Dennis Quaid), Natalie Yelburton (Sienna Guillory) and Vincent Rattrey (Luke Treadaway).
Remington 700 CDL DM rifle with scope - .243 Winchester.
Remington 700 BDL rifle with no iron sights and scope (current production) - .308 Winchester.
Lennox searches the school during the polar bear attack. Note the Conquest scope.
Lennox shoots the polar bear in the schools gymnasium.
Lennox stands over the now deceased polar bear after shooting it.
Natalie and Steven exit their car after observing a reindeer eating a deceased polar bear.
Natalie takes aim at the reindeer with her Remington.
Lennox joins Eric in chasing Vladik, armed with his Remington.
Remington 700 SPS
Officer, later Sheriff Eric Odegard (Björn Hlynur Haraldsson) is seen briefly handling a Remington 700 SPS (a modern variant of the Remington 700) during his search for the missing Dan Anderssen. He later uses it to kill Devlin (Paul Ready), a Schenthal Biotech mercenary attempting to murder Michael Lennox (Dennis Quaid).
Remington 700 SPS in .308 Win / 7.62x51mm. This is the current sporting variant of the original 700PSS/700P Design.
Eric chambers a round into his rifle after spotting a polar bear on the glacier.
Eric raises his rifle after shooting Devlin.
One of the mine workers investigating an abandoned mine carries a Ruger M77.
Ruger M77 - .30-06 Springfield.
The miner chambers his rifle upon discovering someone is in the abandoned shaft.
The miner prepares to enter a room with his Ruger.
Remington 700 AXAICS
Devlin (Paul Ready), a mercenary working for Schenthal Biotech, carries a post-2014 Remington 700 AXAICS when he attempts to kill Michael Lennox (Dennis Quaid).
Remington Model 700 AXAICS, post-2014 - 7.62x51mm NATO
Devlin approaches Michael's tent on the tundra with his rifle.
A good side view of the rifle as Devlin slings it over his shoulder. Note the gap between the scope rail and the receiver which differentiates this rifle from a genuine AX rifle.
The rifle over Devlin's shoulder as he prepares to kill Lennox with his own gun.
Soviet Union soldiers investigating an incident in Vukobejina in 1942 are seen armed with PPSh-41 submachine guns.
Soviet PPSh-41 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
The soldiers prepare to enter the weather station in Vukobejina in 1942.
A closeup of one of the soldiers PPSh's.
Russian FSB soldiers stationed in Vukobejina are seen armed with AK-74M assault rifles with what appear to be GP-25 under-barrel grenade launchers.
The Russian FSB soldiers waiting in the Vukobejina mayors office.
Hildur walks past the soldiers, showing a good side view of the AK.
The Russian soldier who attacks Michael Lennox (Dennis Quaid) in the abandoned weather station has a AKS-74U slung across her back.
AKS-74U (also referred to as the "AKSU" or 'Krinkov') - 5.45x39mm
The AKS slung across the soldiers back as she attacks Lennox.
A closeup of the wooden receiver of the gun during the struggle.
The pistol grip of the AKS is seen when Yeka tries to interfere.
A clear shot of the whole weapon as the soldier is shot by Lennox.
GP-25 Grenade Launcher
Russian FSB soldiers stationed in Vukobejina are seen with GP-25 under-barrel grenade launchers attached to their weapons.
GP-25 grenade launcher - 40mm
The soldier on the left with the GP-25 clearly mounted on his weapon.
Russian hazmat soldiers are seen using a flamethrowers to destroy infected items in Vukobejina.
Hazmat officers burn contaminated items whilst the FSB officers look on.
A close up of the Hazmat soldiers flamethrower.