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Better Call Saul - Season 1

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Better Call Saul - Season 1
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Language English
Channel AMC
Creator Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould
Genre Crime
Broadcast 2015
No. of Episodes 10
Main Cast
Character Actor
James "Jimmy" McGill / Gene Takavic Bob Odenkirk
Michael "Mike" Ehrmantraut Jonathan Banks
Kimberly "Kim" Wexler Rhea Seehorn
Howard G. Hamlin Patrick Fabian
Ignacio "Nacho" Varga Michael Mando
Charles "Chuck" McGill Michael McKean

In the first season, taking place in 2002, Jimmy McGill's story begins with Kettleman's case, accidentally introducing him to the criminal Nacho Varga. After a successful con job, fame comes to Jimmy, throwing him new clients until he uncovers multiple cases of gross overcharging and start his biggest lawsuit against the big firm. The season premiered on February 8, 2015.

The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Better Call Saul:



Taurus Raging Judge

Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) points a Taurus Raging Judge at Jimmy McGill at the end of "Uno" (S1E01). In "Mijo" (S1E02), it is revealed that Tuco picks up a hidden revolver from the top of the closet when Jimmy knocks on his door. During the interrogation of Jimmy and Lars Lindholm (Steven Levine), he also uses the Taurus. The Raging Judge is anachronistic for the 2002 setting as the original Judge was introduced in 2006 and the Raging Judge in 2010.

Taurus Raging Judge - .454 Casull
Production image of Tuco aiming the revolver at Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk).
Jimmy is greeted with a Taurus Raging Judge in the premiere episode "Uno" (S1E01).
Tuco takes the revolver from the closet at the beginning of "Mijo" (S1E02).
He threatens Jimmy with the gun.
A close-up of the Raging Judge.
Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) holds the Taurus Raging Judge.
The barrel of the Taurus is pointed at Lars Lindholm's (Steven Levine) head.

Taurus Model 85

In "Five-O" (S1E06), Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) hides his personal stainless Taurus Model 85 in Fensky and Hoffman's patrol car and later executes them with the revolver. He later uses the same gun in Breaking Bad.

Taurus Model 85 Stainless - .38 Special
Production image of Mike aiming the revolver.
Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) points the Model 85 at corrupt cops.
Mike sights up the gun.


Beretta 92FS

Bailiff Matthews (Lonnie Lane) carries what appears to be a Beretta 92FS in a holster at the beginning of "Uno" (S1E01). Two APD officers accompanying the Philadelphia detectives also carry pistols in a holster at the end of "Alpine Shepherd Boy" (S1E05).

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm Parabellum
Bailiff Matthews (Lonnie Lane) gets up to rush Jimmy in "Uno" (S1E01).
The holstered gun is seen in "Alpine Shepherd Boy" (S1E05).

SIG-Sauer P225 P6

In "Five-O" (S1E06), Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) carries a nickel SIG-Sauer P225 P6 as his off-duty sidearm. Sergeant Jack Fensky (Billy Malone) takes Mike's gun, putting him in his patrol car. Later he is about to shoot Mike, who knows about his crime, with his own gun, but the gun turns out to be empty. Mike continues to carry his nickel P225 in the second season, which reveals it to be a "P225 P6" West German surplus police gun.

SIG-Sauer P225 Nickel - 9x19mm Parabellum
"Hey, now, we don't want you to shoot your foot off now, do we?"
Fensky confiscates Mike's P225.
Corrupt police officers discuss Mike's murder with his own gun.
Sergeant Jack Fensky (Billy Malone) tries to fire Mike's P225, but finds it empty.

Glock 17

A deputy in court carries what appears to be a holstered Glock 17 in "Mijo" (S1E02). APD officers outside the Kettleman's house carry guns in "Nacho" (S1E03). Detective Dunst (Dorian Missick) and Detective Russo (Vincent Laresca) also use guns during Jimmy's arrest in the same episode. Two APD officers are seen with pistols holstered at the Bernalillo County Courthouse in "Hero" (S1E04). Officer Jacocks (Jacob Browne) and Officer Tommy (Ryan Jason Cook) armed with pistols coming to the call in "Alpine Shepherd Boy" (S1E05). Mike's former Philadelphia colleagues Sergeant Jack Fensky (Billy Malone) and Officer Troy Hoffman (Lane Garrison) carry their duty-issue Glocks in a flashback in "Five-O" (S1E06), which is indeed a duty sidearm authorized for carry by the Philadelphia Police Department.

Glock 17 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
A deputy walks by with a gun in "Mijo" (S1E02).
An officer on the left with the Glock in a holster in "Nacho" (S1E03).
Detective Dunst (Dorian Missick) on the left holds the Glock 17. Detective Russo's (Vincent Laresca) s also visible in the holster.
Two officers with pistols are seen in "Hero" (S1E04).
Officer Tommy (Ryan Jason Cook) pulls out his Glock 17 in "Alpine Shepherd Boy" (S1E05). His partner Jacocks also has a Glock holstered.
Sergeant Jack Fensky (Billy Malone) shoots the Glock 17 at Mike in "Five-O" (S1E06).

Glock 19

At least one APD officer uses a Glock 19 during Jimmy's arrest in "Nacho" (S1E03).

Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
An officer uses a gun during an arrest.

Glock 22

In "Pimento" (S1E09), a hired bodyguard named Sobchak (Steven Ogg) carries a Glock 22 as one of his four handguns. When he threatens Mike (Jonathan Banks) with the gun, he is quickly disarmed and then pistol-whipped in the throat. Notably, he describes the gun as a "Glock 22 Gen 3" but actually appears to be a 2nd Generation model (it does not have an accessory rail on the frame).

Glock 22 (2nd Generation) - .40 S&W
"Here. I'll make it easy for ya".
Sobchak (Steven Ogg) mockingly offers Mike his Glock 22, which is actually a 2nd Gen model, not a 3rd Gen - note that the grip has no finger grooves.
And then points the gun at his head.
Sobchak points his Glock 22 at Mike...
...but in less than a second, Mike takes the gun, ejects the magazine, and clears the chamber before jabbing Sobchak in the throat.

Kimber Custom TLE/RL II

Sobchak (Steven Ogg) carries a stainless Kimber Custom TLE/RL II that he incorrectly describes as a "Wilson Combat 1911" as one of his four handguns in "Pimento" (S1E09). After being punched by Mike, the Kimber is taken from him by Mike (Jonathan Banks).

Kimber Custom TLE/RL II (stainless) - .45 ACP
Mike (Jonathan Banks) takes Sobchak's "Wilson Combat 1911". This pistol is quite clearly a stainless Kimber Custom TLE/RL II, not a Wilson Combat 1911.
Another view of the Kimber Custom TLE/RL II. Note the markings and the characteristic Kimber two-stage frame.

Ruger LCP

In "Pimento" (S1E09), Mike (Jonathan Banks) takes what appears to be an anachronistic Ruger LCP from Sobchak's (Steven Ogg) ankle holster while disarming him.

Ruger LCP - .380 ACP
"That's cute".
Mike takes the third pistol from Sobchak.

IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX

The last of Sobchak's (Steven Ogg) four pistols that is taken by Mike (Jonathan Banks) is an IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX, which Mike describes as "impressive".

IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE
"Wow... now that's impressive".
Mike finds Sobchak's Desert Eagle Mark XIX. Note over-barrel accessory rail and safety design, indicating that this is a 1st Gen Mark XIX.
"How 'bout you? You want one?"
Mike holds the Desert Eagle and all of Sobchak's other guns, offering one to the other bodyguard, Clarence (David Mattey).


Bolt-Action Rifle

A bolt-action rifle is seen in a painting in Richard Sipes' (Joe Berryman) house in "Alpine Shepherd Boy" (S1E05).

The rifle is shown in Richard's hands in the picture above.


Advanced Taser M26

In "Alpine Shepherd Boy" (S1E05), APD Officer Jacocks (Jacob Browne) uses an Advanced M26 Taser against Chuck McGill after he refuses to open the door for the police.

Advanced M26 Taser
Officer Jacocks' (Jacob Browne) Taser is seen in his holster.
He pulls out his M26 Taser. His partner Tommy (Ryan Jason Cook) also has one holstered.

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