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Archer - Season 6

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Archer - Season 6
Archer S6.jpg
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Channel FX
Genre Spy / Workplace comedy
Broadcast 2015
No. of Episodes 13

The following weapons were used in Season 6 of the animated series Archer:


Walther PPK

Sterling Archer's primary sidearm is a Walther PPK, chambered in .32 ACP.

Walther PPK stainless - 9mm Kurz aka 9x17mm (.380 ACP)
Conway Stern with a suppressed Walther PPK in "Three to Tango" (S6E2).
Conway pointing his PPK at Lana after double crossing her and Archer.
Archer points his PPK at Crash McCarran in "The Archer Sanction" (S6E3).
Archer questioning whether Ireland was an Axis power in World War II.
"I can not stress this enough. You do not want tinnitus!" Archer threatening to shoot his PPK in the elevator in "Vision Quest" (S6E5).
Archer fires his PPK in the elevator to stop the fighting.
"Guns out buns out." Archer pulling out his PPK in "Nellis" (S6E7).
Archer checks if an Air Force guard is still alive after getting attacked by a bear (Pam).
Archer firing his PPK and impressively hits the driver in "The Kanes" (S6E8).
"This is an American icon!" Archer firing his PPK from an 1968 Ford Mustang, the same car used by one of his idols, Steve McQueen, in the movie Bullitt.


Conan O'Brien holds Archer's PPK while he's driving and browsing Tinder.
"NO! You don't talk to my wife! Only my lawyer talks to my wife!" Archer threatens to tell Conan's wife after Conan admits to using Tinder.
"Do the bullets come out of the hole or do I load them through the hole?" Conan asking Archer how the gun works.
Conan firing the PPK with his eyes closed.

Nambu Type 14

1st Lieutenant Kintaru "Ken" Sato uses a Nambu Type 14 pistol, which was standard issue for the Imperial Army.

Late Nambu Type 14 - 8x22mm Nambu
Sato firing his Type 14 at communist guerrillas in "The Holdout" (S6E1).
Sato with his Type 14. Notice the safety on the side with the Japanese markings.
Sato fires his Type 14 as he drags Archer away.

Springfield M1911-A1 Mil-Spec

Springfield M1911-A1 Mil-Spec Stainless Steel version with black grips - .45 ACP.
An Argentinian guard draws his M1911, until Archer shoots him with a tranquilizer gun in "Three to Tango" (S6E2).
An Argentinian guard aiming his M1911 at Archer, but is still taken out.
"Are guns really necessary? Cuz I'm seriously asking." Ray Gillette draws his two M1911s.
A wounded Slater barges into Archer's place with his M1911 in "Sitting" (S6E6).
"Because I will straight-flush your brains out the back of your skull!" Cheryl/Carol about to kill Pam with Ray's M1911.

Smith & Wesson Model 629

Malory Archer's main weapon is a Smith & Wesson Model 629, fitted with a scope and laser sight.

Smith & Wesson Model 629 with Hogue Grips - .44 Magnum
"Come on to that Nazi freak's lab!" Malory cocking back her Model 629 in order to retrieve baby A.J. from Dr. Krieger in "Three to Tango" (S6E2).
Malory with her Model 629 after finding baby A.J.
"And the implied threat here is that I will shoot you in the genitals, and then sit here sipping amontillado sherry while you bleed to death." Malory aiming her Model 629 while threatening Dr. Krieger.

Desert Eagle MK I

The Colonel at Nellis Air Base wields a Desert Eagle, identifiable by the tear drop style safety. It's most likely chambered in .357 Magnum.

Desert Eagle Mark I - .357 Magnum
The Air Force Colonel with his Desert Eagle MK I in "Nellis" (S6E7).

Sub Machine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A5

The MP5A5 appears to be the most common sub machine gun in the series, replacing the MP40 from previous seasons.

Heckler & Koch MP5A5 - 9x19mm
Archer firing a suppressed MP5A5 at Sato.
"Well, Ken, I have some pretty bad news...Oh, and also some worse news." Archer with his MP5 as he's about to break the news to Sato about World War II being over.
Archer chambering a round in his MP5. Notice that he isn't actually cocking the weapon, as the MP5's bolt charging handle is much farther up (though this would be correct for an MP-40).
"We need a minute! Captain Shit-Nuts!" Archer firing his MP5 at CIA agents for ruining the moment.
Archer dis-arming an Argentinian guard's MP5 in "Three to Tango" (S6E2). Notice that he cocks the bolt back in the correct location this time.
Robbers firing their MP5's at Lana and Archer during the shootout in "The Kanes" (S6E8).

Intratec TEC-9

Lana Kane's primary weapon remains the TEC-9. The animators appeared to have added in the cycling animation of the weapon, but, not in every shot.

Intratec TEC-9 9x19mm
Lana firing her TEC-9 in "Three to Tango" (S6E2).
Lana with her two TEC-9s, revealing to her father that she's a spy in "The Kanes" (S6E8).
Archer fires one of Lana's TEC-9 during the Bullitt inspired car chase.
Lana firing her TEC-9.


Arisaka Type 99

Kintaru Sato attacks Sterling with an Arisaka Type 99 with bayonet affixed in "The Holdout" (S6E01).

Arisaka Type 99 rifle with Type 30 bayonet - 7.7x58mm.
In "The Holdout" (S6E01), Sato is seen carrying a Arisaka Type 99. The bolt appears to be on the wrong side in this shot...
... but is on the correct side in this shot.


The AK-47 shows up numerous times during the series. They appear to be based on real AK-47s, with the milled receiver and open-topped front sight.

Type II AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
Type III AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
In "The Holdout" (S6E01), insurgents fire AK-47s at Archer and Sato.
In "The Holdout" (S6E01), an insurgent with what appears to be an AK-47 with a drum magazine fires at Archer and Sato.
In "The Holdout" (S6E01), the insurgents continue to fire AK-47s.
In "The Holdout" (S6E01), multiple insurgents fire AK-47s at Archer and Sato.


The XM16E1 is seen in the hands of Air Force personnel at the Nellis base in Nevada. Note the lack of the brass deflector, triangular hand guard, and forward assist.

XM16E1 rifle with 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Air Force personnel pointing their M16A1s at the downed plane.
Several Air Force guards point their M16A1s at Archer in "Nellis" (S6E07). Note the lack of fencing, and that some of the rifles are flipped.


Mossberg 500

Archer steals a Mossberg 500 shotgun, loaded with explosive rounds, to save Pam in "Edie's Wedding."

Mossberg 500 with sawn-off stock - 12 Gauge
Archer with a Mossberg 500 as he prepares to face off against Barry in "Edie's Wedding" (S6E4).
The Mossberg 500 in the box of roses.
Pam points the Mossberg 500 at Barry.
Pam pumping the Mossberg with one hand.

Machine Guns

RPD light machine gun

Communist-aligned insurgents attacking Archer and Kintaru use an RPD light machine gun with drum magazine in "The Holdout" (S6E01).

RPD light machine gun with drum magazine - 7.62x39mm
In "The Holdout" (S6E01), an insurgent fires his RPD at Archer and Sato.
In "The Holdout" (S6E01), the insurgent continues to fires his RPD at Archer and Sato.
In "The Holdout" (S6E01), the insurgent fires his RPD.


M26 hand grenade

Archer has a black M26 hand grenade in "The Holdout" (S6E01).

M26 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
In "The Holdout" (S6E01), Archer is seen with a M26 hand grenade on his backpack


Palmer Cap-Chur Short Range Projector

Archer uses a Palmer Cap-Chur Short Range Projector tranquillizer gun, which appears to have a magazine based on the Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer, in Three to Tango (S6E02).

Palmer Cap-Chur Short Range Projector
Archer holds his Palmer Cap-Chur Short Range Projector in Three to Tango (S6E02).

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