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Breaking Bad - Season 4

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Breaking Bad - Season 4
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Language English
Channel AMC
Creator Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould
Genre Crime
Broadcast 2011
No. of Episodes 13
Main Cast
Character Actor
Walter Hartwell White / Heisenberg Bryan Cranston
Skyler White Anna Gunn
Jesse Pinkman Aaron Paul
DEA Agent Hank Schrader Dean Norris
Marie Schrader Betsy Brandt
Walter White Jr. RJ Mitte
Gustavo "Gus" Fring Giancarlo Esposito
James "Jimmy" McGill / Saul Goodman Bob Odenkirk
Michael "Mike" Ehrmantraut Jonathan Banks

In the fourth season, working for Gus becomes increasingly difficult for Walter, so he tries to get out of him. Jesse is promoted to enforcer. The situation with the Cartel becomes critical, forcing Gus to take a radical step. Skyler accepts Walter's meth cooking, and works with Saul to launder his earnings. Hank, while recovering, tracks Gale's death to Gus and the drug trade. The season premiered on July 17, 2011.

The following weapons were used in Season 4 of the television series Breaking Bad:



Beretta 85F

Continuing the final scene of Season 3, Jesse (Aaron Paul) lowers his nickel Beretta 85F after firing at the beginning of "Box Cutter" (S4E01). Later, Victor confiscates the gun. Playing the FPS Rage in "Problem Dog" (S4E07) Jesse imagines himself once again when he committed his first murder with the Beretta.

Nickel Beretta 85F - .380 ACP
A close-up of the side of the gun in "Problem Dog" (S4E07).
Jesse (Aaron Paul) has flashbacks using the Beretta committing his first murder.

Beretta 92SB (Nickel)

In "Salud" (S4E10), Mike (Jonathan Banks) picks up a nickel-plated Beretta 92SB from Don Eladio's dead henchman. This is a continuity error because this Beretta turns into the nickel-plated Kimar 92, which he uses from this point on into Season 5.

Beretta 92SB - 9x19mm Parabellum
Nickel-Plated Beretta 92SB-C - 9x19mm Parabellum (for comparison)
Mike takes the nickel Beretta 92SB from one of Don Eladio's henchmen. Note the rounded trigger guard.

Colt M1911A1

Don Hector Salamanca (Mark Margolis) pulls a nickel Colt M1911A1 at Gus' associate Max Arciniega (James Martinez) in a flashback in "Hermanos" (S4E08).

Nickel M1911A1 - .45 ACP
The gun briefly appears in Don Hector's hands.

Glock 17

Victor (Jeremiah Bitsui) continues to use the Glock 17 chasing Jesse in "Box Cutter" (S4E01). He also later carries it in the superlab. Two APD officers carry pistols in holsters in "Hermanos" (S4E08). Gus' enforcer (Kevin Wiggins) is armed with the Glock in the superlab, watching Jesse, at the end of "Face/Off" (S4E13).

Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Glock 17 is pulled on Jesse by Victor in "Box Cutter" (S4E01).
Victor (Jeremiah Bitsui) points the gun at Jesse in the superlab.
Two officers walk past Gus at the police station in "Hermanos" (S4E08).
Gus' enforcer (Kevin Wiggins) forces Jesse to handcuff himself in "Face/Off" (S4E13) while holding the Glock.
He hides the gun when someone calls the elevator.

Heckler & Koch Mark 23

Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) continues to use his Heckler & Koch Mark 23 while protecting a Los Pollos Hermanos truck transporting methamphetamine at the beginning of "Bullet Points" (S4E04).

Heckler & Koch Mark 23 - .45 ACP
Close-up of the Mark 23 when someone stops the truck.
Mike (Jonathan Banks) takes cover behind some boxes with the pistol in hand.

Kimar Model 92 (Nickel)

In "Salud" (S4E10), in a continuity error, Mike's nickel Beretta 92SB turns into a Kimar Model 92 with a nickel finish and it has more of a shiny appearance as opposed to duller finish of the Beretta Inox. It's also standing in for the Beretta 92FS Inox.

Kimar Model 92 (Nickel) - 9mm PAK
Mike (Jonathan Banks) aims the pistol. Note the black controls and his rather poor grip, an ex-cop like Mike should know better.

Ruger KP89

Walter White (Bryan Cranston) examines the Ruger KP89 offered to him by arms dealer Lawson (Jim Beaver) at the beginning of "Thirty-Eight Snub" (S4E02). After seeing Walter's poor handling of the gun and holster, Lawton offers him a compact revolver. Cartel enforcer Joaquin Salamanca (Gabriel Nunez) shoots Mike and Jesse as they escape from Don Eladio's hacienda in "Salud" (S4E10). Two of Gus' enforcers named Harris Boivin and Raymond Martinez (both uncredited) with Rugers burst into the house looking for Walter in "Face Off" (S4E13).

Ruger KP89 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Walter examines the Ruger at the beginning of "Thirty-Eight Snub" (S4E02).
Lawson returns the gun to the case, offering another one.
As Gus, Mike and Jesse are about to leave in "Salud" (S4E10), Joaquin (Gabriel Nunez) shows up and shoots them.
When he's shot by Jesse, the gun is better visible.
Gus' enforcer named Raymond Martinez (uncredited) looks for Walter holding the Ruger in "Face Off" (S4E13).

Smith & Wesson 5906

Due a continuity error, Jesse's Beretta is replaced by a Smith & Wesson 5906 when Victor (Jeremiah Bitsui) takes it away in "Box Cutter" (S4E01). He later gives the gun to Mike (Jonathan Banks), who disposes it in hydrofluoric acid at the end of the episode.

Smith & Wesson 5906 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Victor holds Jesse's gun.
Mike throws the gun into the barrel, going to melt the evidence at the end of the episode.

Taurus PT99AF

In "Salud" (S4E10), after Mike tells him to make himself useful, Jesse (Aaron Paul) grabs a Taurus PT99AF from a dead Cartel henchman. He shoots Cartel enforcer Joaquin Salamanca as they escape from the hacienda.

Stainless Taurus PT99AF - 9x19mm Parabellum
Jesse retrieves the gun from a dead Cartel member.
Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) aims the Taurus.
He fires a whole magazine at Joaquin.
A backward view of the Taurus with the slide open.

Unknown Pistol

Gus' enforcer named Chris Mara (Christopher King) snatches an unknown pistol when a shooting breaks out at the Los Pollos Hermanos farm in "Bug" (S4E09).

Chris Mara in the background takes out the gun.


Ruger LCR

Walter White (Bryan Cranston) purchases a Ruger LCR from the arms dealer Lawson (Jim Beaver) for self-defense along with a leather I.W.B. holster at the beginning of "Thirty-Eight Snub" (S4E02). Lawson recommends he load it with 158 grain hollow points for good stopping power, and also recommends not cross draw unless he is sitting down. Wanting to see Gus in person Walter arrives at the Los Pollos Hermanos restaurant in "Shotgun" (S4E05), taking the revolver with him. At the end of "End Times" (S4E12), Jesse (Aaron Paul) picks up the LCR and threatens Walter. In "Face/Off" (S4E13), Walter kills two of Gus' enforcers in the superlab with the revolver, saving Jesse, after which he destroys the gun along with the lab.

Ruger LCR with Hogue Tamer grips - .38 Special
Walt holds the LCR in front of a mirror in "Thirty-Eight Snub" (S4E02).
He tries out the holster.
Closeup of the LCR with the serial number filed off. Lawson tells Walt that he will have to pay five times its worth for it.
Close-up of the revolver as Walt practices killing Gus from a sitting position.
Walter loads the revolver further into the episode.
Walter checks the cylinder of the revolver before entering Gus' restaurant in "Shotgun" (S4E05).
Walter spins the Ruger on the table in "End Times" (S4E12), but the muzzle always stops pointed at him.
Jesse picks up Walter's revolver from the couch, suspecting him of poisoning Brock.
Pinkman (Aaron Paul) points the revolver at Walter.
Walter shoots his Ruger LCR at the henchman in "Face Off" (S4E13).
After which he drops the Ruger on the floor and burns it along with the lab.

Taurus Model 85

Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) continues to use his Taurus Model 85 in "Box Cutter" (S4E01), keeping Walter in the superlab until Gus arrives. Mike gives his revolver to Jesse (Aaron Paul) during the meeting with the Cartel in "Problem Dog" (S4E07), and Jesse returns it at the end of the episode. During the sniper attack at the Los Pollos Hermanos farm in "Bug" (S4E09), Mike grabs the gun and takes cover.

Taurus Model 85 with stainless finish - .38 Special
Mike holds the revolver in the superlab in "Box Cutter" (S4E01).
Mike gives the Taurus to Jesse in "Problem Dog" (S4E07). Note the markings.
After the meeting, Jesse puts the revolver in the glove compartment of Mike's car.
Mike draws his Taurus in "Bug" (S4E09).

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Two Cartel gunmen (Anthony Molinari and Marco Morales) ambush the Los Pollos Hermanos truck transporting methamphetamine at the beginning of "Bullet Points" (S4E04), shooting it with Heckler & Koch MP5Ks with twin magazines.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm Parabellum
Cartel gunmen fire MP5K at the truck.
An extremely good close-up of the gun while one of them reloads.
The Cartel gunman (Marco Morales) resumes spraying the truck with gunfire.

IMI Uzi Carbine

The Cartel guard at the superlab in "Salud" (S4E10) is armed with a IMI Uzi Carbine.

IMI Uzi Carbine - 9x19mm Parabellum
The extended barrel is visible when the car stops at the entrance.
The guard stands in the background while cooking.


Mossberg 500 Cruiser

Determined to test Jesse Gus orders one of his enforcers (Anthony Martins) to pretend to attack Jesse and Mike with a Mossberg 500 Cruiser in "Shotgun" (S4E05).

Mossberg 500 Cruiser - 12 gauge
A man with the shotgun approaches Mike's Chrysler.
Seeing this, Jesse backs up, almost running over the robber. The handguard and part of the receiver are visible from below.

Mossberg 590

In "End Times" (S4E12), a DEA agent rests while leaving his Mossberg 590 leaning on a wall guarding the Schraders' house.

Mossberg 590 with 5-round magazine tube - 12 gauge
The agent's shotgun leans against the wall.

Smith & Wesson 3000

Junkie Scary Skell (Damon Herriman) threatens Jesse with a Smith & Wesson 3000 shotgun in "Cornered" (S4E06). When Mike distracts him Jesse (Aaron Paul) hits him over the head and takes the shotgun.

Smith & Wesson 3000 shotgun - 12 Gauge
Scary Skell (Damon Herriman) comes out of the room with the Smith & Wesson 3000 shotgun in his hands.
"Don't put thoughts in my head!"
He points the shotgun at Jesse.
Jesse (Aaron Paul) retrieves the Model 3000.


Cybergun AK-47 (Airsoft)

The Cartel guard at the superlab in "Salud" (S4E10) is armed with a Cybergun AK-47.

Airsoft Cybergun AK-47
A man with an AK stands in the background.

Colt Model 933

One of Gus' enforcers (Henry Herman) guarding the Los Pollos Hermanos truck with meth is armed with a Colt Model 933 in "Cornered" (S4E06). He tries to shoot through the doors as the truck fills with exhaust fumes.

Colt Model 933 - 5.56x45mm NATO
The enforcer (Henry Herman) tries to break out of the refrigerated truck.
After which he shoots the doors open to allow fresh air to flow in.
The Model 933 isseen on the left.

M4A1 Carbine

Another Gus' enforcer (Jason E. Hill) guarding the Los Pollos Hermanos truck with meth is armed with a M4A1 Carbine in "Cornered" (S4E06).

M4A1 Carbine - 5.56x45mm NATO
The man (Jason E. Hill) on the right is armed with the rifle when the truck stops.
As they both prepare to fire the M4A1 is clearly visible in the background.
The сarbine seen on the right.

M4A1 Carbine (w/S-System)

The Cartel guard at the superlab gate carries a M4A1 Carbine with a S-System handguard at the beginning of "Salud" (S4E10).

Airsoft Tokyo Marui M4A1 S-System
A man guards the entrance with the rifle.
Another Cartel member with the rifle watches the meth cook.

SIG-Sauer SIG556

In "End Times" (S4E12), a DEA Agent (Matt Berlin) armed with a SIG-Sauer SIG556 Classic guarding the Schraders' house. The weapon has a rail forearm, a Gripod, what appears to be an ACOG sight, and what appears to be a Noveske KX3 flash suppressor attached to the muzzle.

SIG-Sauer SIG556 Classic - 5.56x45mm NATO
A DEA Agent (Matt Berlin) guards the Schrader house with a SIG556 Classic.
Another view, showing the rifle in more detail, as the DEA Agent lights a cigarette for Skyler.

Remington 700PSS

Cartel high-ranking enforcer Gaff (Maurice Compte) shoots Gus' man with a Remington 700PSS rifle with Badger ordnance BDM (Badger Detachable Magazine) bottom metal and Barrett BORS scope at the Los Pollos Hermanos farm in "Bug" (S4E09).

Remington 700PSS - .300 Win Mag
Gaff (Maurice Compte) looks through the scope of his rifle.
And takes the rifle after leaving a message for Gus.


Lawson's Guns For Sale

In "Thirty-Eight Snub" (S4E02), the arms dealer Lawson (Jim Beaver) offers many pistols to Walter.

When Lawson picks up the Ruger LCR a Beretta 92FS Inox, and a Smith & Wesson Sigma SW9F are visible in the case.
Another Beretta and an unknown revolver are seen.
Another large gun case is visible on the bed. Only the Colt M1911A1 can be clearly seen among them.

Pipe Bomb

Walter makes a pipe bomb and places it under Gus' car intending to kill him in "Face Off" (S4E13).

Walter removes the bomb from the bottom of Gus' Volvo.
A close-up of the bomb on Hector's wheelchair.

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