|Better Call Saul - Season 2
||Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould
|No. of Episodes
In the second season, Jimmy accepts a job offer from Davis & Main and begins working on the Sandpiper Crossing case. After a little business with Nacho, Mike is involved in a conflict with the Salamanca family connected to the Cartel. The season premiered on February 15, 2016.
The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the television series Better Call Saul:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Smith & Wesson Model 629 Performance Center
Mike (Jonathan Banks) uses a snub-nosed Smith & Wesson Model 629 Performance Center during a truck robbery in "Nailed" (S2E09). He continues to carry the gun in "Klick" (S2E10).
Smith & Wesson Model 629 Performance Center - .44 Magnum. Note: Wood grips appear darker in stock photo then in other representations.
A masked Mike puts his new gun to Ximenez's head during a truck robbery at the beginning of "Nailed" (S2E09). Note the standard gap between the cylinder face and frame, and standard forcing cone length.
Mike is armed with the Model 629 in "Klick" (S2E10).
Mike finds a note from an unknown person. Note the ejection rod that runs the full length of the barrel shroud. This, and the previously noted distinguishes the pistol from either Model 686
or Model 687
Performance Center snub-nosed revolvers.
Cartel driver Ximenez Lecerda (Manuel Uriza) retrieves a Llama Comanche with duct tape over the grip from a buried cache after crossing the U.S. border in "Fifi" (S2E08). He takes the revolver out of the truck's glove compartment and uses it briefly during the robbery of the truck in "Nailed" (S2E09).
Llama Comanche - .357 Magnum
Ximenez opens the box with the revolver in "Fifi" (S2E08).
He pulls the revolver out of the glove compartment at the beginning of "Nailed" (S2E09) as the truck drives over a makeshift spike strip and out of the way.
He moves slowly noticing someone's car after an accident.
Taurus Raging Judge
Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) continues to carry the anachronistic Taurus Raging Judge as his sidearm in "Gloves Off" (S2E04).
Taurus Raging Judge - .454 Casull
Tuco shows the gun to Mike during the conflict. Note the Taurus logo.
He tries to shoot him, but Mike knocks the Taurus out of his hands.
And the gun flies off under the car, where the police find it.
APD Officers Saxton (Stoney Westmoreland) and Baker (Alex Désert), called by Daniel Wormald because of a robbery, carry what appears to be holstered Beretta 92FSs in "Switch" (S2E01). US Air Force airmen carry pistols in holsters in "Fifi" (S2E08).
Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm Parabellum
Officers are about to move the couch with pistols in holsters in "Switch" (S2E01).
Airmans take pictures with a fake veteran Theodore "Fudge" Talbott (Robert Grossman) in "Fifi" (S2E08).
Colt Gold Cup National Match Enhanced
Marco Salamanca (Luis Moncada) uses a Colt Gold Cup National Match Enhanced to execute the hostage in "Klick" (S2E10).
Colt Gold Cup National Match Enhanced with stainless steel finish - .45 ACP
Marco shoots the traitor.
APD Detective Salerno (A. Russell Andrews) is seen with a holstered Glock 17 in "Cobbler" (S2E02). Police officers arriving at the El Michoacáno restaurant responding to reports of a fight use handguns to detain Tuco in "Gloves Off" (S2E04). A deputy named Tim (uncredited) carries what appears to be Glock 17 in a holster in court in "Rebecca" (S2E05). United States Border Patrol agents are seen with what appears to be a holstered Glocks in "Fifi" (S2E08).
Glock 17 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
APD Officers arrest Tuco in "Gloves Off" (S2E04).
Deputy Tim (uncredited) with the holstered Glock 17 in "Rebecca" (S2E05).
Border Patrol Agent Levy (uncredited) checks Ximenez's documents at the beginning of "Fifi" (S2E08). As seen in other scenes, the magazine inserted in the pistol does not completely fit the size of the grip, which causes the magazine butt plate to protrude.
Arturo's Henchman (Mario Perez) is armed with a Kahr CW9 visiting Mike's house in "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06).
Kahr CW9 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The henchman comes out with the Kahr upon hearing the TV.
Nice side shot of the gun.
After punching a few times, Mike (Jonathan Banks
) takes the pistols away.
SIG-Sauer P225 P6
Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) continues to use his nickel SIG-Sauer P225 P6 in Season 2. He pulls it out of the glove compartment of his Chrysler Fifth Avenue when a suspicious car approaches in "Amarillo" (S2E03). Mike pulls out the gun in front of the entrance to his house in "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06) after noticing the two intruders, but in the following scenes the gun is replaced by a SIG-Sauer P226 due to a continuity error.
SIG-Sauer P225 Nickel - 9x19mm Parabellum
Mike brass checks his gun in "Amarillo" (S2E03). Note the electrolyzed nickel internal extractor, helping to distinguish this as a West German-built P225.
Mike keeps watch, holding the P225.
Mike again draws his nickel P225 in "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06).
He spots Arturo's blood on the grip.
Closeup of Mike's P225. Note the cutaway hammer, which identifies this as a nickel "P6", the West German police contract variant of the P225. The bright nickel finish's contrast with the dull aluminum frame can clearly be seen. If you examine this screenshot closely, you can see both "Made in W. Germany" and "CAI Georgia UT", this is an importer mark from Century Arms; further evidence that this is a P6 surplus police gun and not just a standard P225.
Before cleaning the gun, Mike fully unloads it.
The gun tucked into his pants is seen when Nacho searches Mike in El Griego Guiñador restaurant before meeting Don Hector. The cutaway hammer can again be seen here, identifying this as a P6 and not a standard P225.
SIG-Sauer P226 (Hybrid)
In "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06) Mike's (Jonathan Banks) P225 turns into what appears to be a stainless SIG-Sauer P226 in a continuity error. While the slide is that of a stainless P226 Elite, this particular weapon has no beavertail on the frame, black factory grips, and stainless frame controls. The stainless controls are indicative of an older-model standard stainless P226; however the frame also sports an accessory rail, indicative of a later model. This hybrid P226 was likely assembled from several different guns by an armorer. It could also be a replica, as it is uses to pistol-whip two men during this scene.
SIG-Sauer P226 Elite Stainless, for comparison - 9x19mm Parabellum
Mike checks the rooms of the house with the gun in his hands. Note front slide serrations, accessory rail, factory grips, and stainless controls.
Mike (Jonathan Banks
) holds the henchmen at gunpoint after beating them.
Smith & Wesson Sigma SW9F
Arturo Colon (Vincent Fuentes) is armed with a Smith & Wesson Sigma SW9F visiting Mike's house in "Bali Ha'i" (S2E06).
Smith & Wesson Sigma SW9F - 9x19mm Parabellum
Behind the scenes photo of Jonathan Banks
with a gun in the light, proving the exact model.
Arturo goes out after his henchman with the gun.
After punching a few times, Mike (Jonathan Banks
) takes the pistols away.
Nacho Varga (Michael Mando) reaches for an almost unseen gun (probably his SIG-Sauer P226) during a tense conversation with Mike in "Nailed" (S2E09).
Nacho is about to pull out his gun.
In the prologue of "Fifi" (S2E08), an United States Border Patrol agent is briefly seen with an M4A1 or similar AR-15 style carbine at a US-Mexico border crossing checkpoint.
M4A1 with EOTech 552.A65 holographic sight and SureFire M951XM05 tactical light - 5.56x45mm NATO
A Border Patrol agent walks past a line of trucks waiting to enter the US. His rifle appears to be fitted with an EOTech holographic sight and weaponlight.
Iver Johnson AMAC-1500
Arms Dealer Lawson (Jim Beaver) offers the Iver Johnson AMAC-1500 rifle with Leupold Mark 4 as one of several rifles for Mike (Jonathan Banks) in "Gloves Off" (S2E04). However, Mike describes it as a "hernia with a scope on it" and moves on. Notably Lawson misidentifies the rifle as an "ArmaLite AR-50".
Iver Johnson AMAC-1500 - .50 BMG
ArmaLite AR-50, for comparison - .50 BMG
"That's the ArmaLite AR-50. State-of-the-art, accurate to 2400 meters."
The Iver Johnson AMAC-1500 lies in the first gun bag.
Knight's Armament SR-25 Enhanced Combat Carbine
Lawson (Jim Beaver) offers a Knight's Armament SR-25 Enhanced Combat Carbine with 10-round Magpul PMAG as one of several rifles for Mike (Jonathan Banks) in "Gloves Off" (S2E04). Mike refuses to buy it, worried about the rumored rifle jamming. Its configuration seems to be anachronistic, with several accessories that were not available in 2002, the year the scene is set.
Knight's Armament SR-25 Enhanced Combat Carbine - 7.62x51mm NATO
"SR-25 Match rifle. Eugene Stoner-designed semi-auto. That's about eleven pounds there. Not quite the range or punch of the AR-50, but you're talking about a point-five MOA at well past a thousand meters".
An SR-25 ECC is seen in its case.
The final rifle offered by Lawson (Jim Beaver) for the Mike (Jonathan Banks) in "Gloves Off" (S2E04) is the M40A1. Mike inspects the rifle, checks the scope, but still does not buy anything. Later he finally buys the rifle and uses it in "Klick" (S2E10) in an assassination attempt.
"Which brings us to the M40. Tried and true, battle-tested. Essentially the same rifle used by Marine snipers since 1966".
The M40A1 is presented by Lawson in "Gloves Off" (S2E04).
"You seem to know this one". "Oh, yeah. You could say that".
Mike checks the rifle.
Lawson helps Mike practice with his rifle in "Klick" (S2E10).
Lawson (Jim Beaver
) wipes the rifle with a rag, removing fingerprints.
Mike dials in the scope for his rifle before firing. Note that now rifle is fitted with buttstock ammo holder.
View through the scope. Unlike most movies and TV shows, the surroundings are not zoomed in.
Mike loads a round into the chamber.
A close-up of the trigger.
Browning M2 Aircraft
Several Browning M2 Aircraft machine guns are mounted on the Boeing B-29 Superfortress at the military airbase in "Fifi" (S2E08).
Browning M2 Aircraft, flexible - .50 BMG
The two machine guns in the upper turret can be seen behind Jimmy.