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Haunted (2002)

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Haunted (2002)

Haunted was a 2002 short-lived UPN television series that followed former LAPD Police Detective Frank Taylor (Matthew Fox) who dies, but is then resuscitated and can now see the dead. Due to a trauma where he loses his little boy, Taylor becomes a Private Investigator who helps the police with cases and sometimes, the ghosts bring their killers to justice, or help them with unfinished business so that they can move on. Thirteen episodes were filmed, but UPN canceled the show after only 7 were aired. Fans of the show were able to see all 13 episodes when the Sci-Fi Channel started airing the show in syndication. For actor Matthew Fox, it was fortunate that this series ended when it did, since it allowed him to star in the immensely popular show Lost.

The following weapons were used in the television series Haunted (2002):

Glock 17

  • The primary sidearm for Frank Taylor (Matthew Fox) is his Glock 17 pistol - 9mm. Many other characters use the Glock as well.
A Generation 3 Glock 17 9x19mm
Frank Taylor (Matthew Fox) fires his Glock 17 pistol on the LAPD police range

Beretta 92FS

  • Many secondary characters carry the Beretta 92FS pistol - 9x19mm.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 with Pachmayr grips

  • Used by Sanchez (Benjamín Benítez) in Nexus (Season 1, Episode 13), however, earlier in the episode he carries a Glock 17.
Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub nosed revolver with Pachmayr Grips - .357 magnum

Laser Aim Series III pistol

  • In Nexus (Season 1, Episode 13), booby trapped ammunition leads to the death of an LAPD Detective while on the pistol range. The gun used by the unlucky Det. Sgt. Peter Braddock (Scott DeFoe) was a .45 ACP LASERAIM Series III pistol. Laser Aim was yet another manufacturer who built ported .45 ACP pistol based on the original M1911 design, but incorporating elements of the BHP and the CZ-75 into a new design. The unique feature of the Laser Aim was a hole cut out of the trigger guard ahead of the trigger to mount a laser. Since the production ended for this pistol, smaller lasers with better battery life have been invented. By the late 1990s LaserAim had gone out of business and had sold their patents to AMT.
LaserAim Series III Pistol - .45 ACP
Det. Sgt. Peter Braddock (Scott DeFoe) aims his LaserAim Series III Pistol - .45 ACP on the police range.
Det. Sgt. Peter Braddock (Scott DeFoe) finishes a magazine on his LaserAim Series III Pistol - .45 ACP on the police range and is ready to load a new magazine loaded with sabotaged ammunition.

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