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Community (TV Series)

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Community (2009-2015)

Community is an American television comedy series that aired on NBC for five seasons from 2009-2014 and was then picked up by Yahoo! Screen. Created by Dan Harmon, (The Sarah Silverman Program) it features a diverse array of characters, from all different walks of life as they attend Greendale Community College as part of the same study group. It was not a traditional sitcom, as it features many pop culture references and meta humor, sometimes devoting entire episodes to particular pop culture tropes, such as action movies, westerns, conspiracy thrillers, bottle shows, clip shows, claymation, puppets and animation.

The show originally starred Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Chevy Chase, Alison Brie, Donald Glover, Yvette Nicole Brown, Danny Pudi, with Jim Rash and Ken Jeong. Harmon was fired after Season 3 after disagreements with management and Chevy Chase, but after Chase quit after Season 4, Harmon was brought back for Season 5. Donald Glover left the show after a few episodes of Season 5, and Jonathan Banks and John Oliver were brought in to fill out the cast. Both Banks and Oliver left after Season 5 to work on their own shows, and Brown left for personal reasons, so Keith David and Paget Brewster were brought in to fill out the cast in Season 6.

Following news that the contracts for the cast have now expired, coupled with the news that Yahoo! lost $42 million on original programming, the show appears to be over, with an auction of props and costumes in mid-2017 confirming the end. A feature film, which had been teased since Season 2, has been rumoured to be on its way.

The following weapons were used in the television series Community:


Walther PPK

Dean Craig Pelton (Jim Rash) pretends to shoot Annie with a prop Walther PPK in "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design" (S02E09).

Walther PPK stainless - 9mm Kurz aka .380 ACP
The Dean pretends to shoot Annie after she pretends to shoot Professor Wooley/Garrity.
The Dean explains himself to Jeff.

Smith & Wesson 3914

Jeff Winger (Joel McHale) pretends to shoot the Dean with a prop Smith & Wesson 3914 after the Dean pretends to shoot Annie in "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design" (S02E09).

Smith & Wesson 3914 - 9x19mm
Jeff shoots the Dean with a prop S&W 3914.
Jeff with his prop S&W.
Jeff tries to reason with Annie after she pulls out yet another gun.

SIG-Sauer P232

Annie pulls out a concealed prop SIG-Sauer P232 and shoots Jeff after he pretends to shoot the Dean in "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design" (S02E09).

SIG-Sauer P232 - Stainless Steel finish - .380 ACP / 9mm kurz.
Annie with a prop P232.
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During their homage to Pulp Fiction in "Critical Film Studies" (S02E19), Shirley Bennett (Yvette Nicole Brown) uses two M1911A1s in her role as Jules. Pierce Hawthorne (Chevy Chase) carries one in "Digital Estate Planning" (S03E20).

Commercial Satin Nickel M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP. Manufactured on license by Remington Rand.
Shirley plays with her M1911 while waiting at the diner.
Shirley re-enacting the robbery scene from Pulp Fiction with Annie and Troy.
Pierce, not understanding the concept of video games, offers his M1911A1 to his half-brother Gilbert (Giancarlo Esposito) to kill their father in the video game in "Digital Estate Planning" (S03E20).
Jeff takes away Pierce's pistol. Pierce claims he carries it at all times.

Beretta 92FS

In Pierce's scary story in "Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps" (S03E05), Troy (Donald Glover) and Abed (Danny Pudi) play stereotypical gangsters armed with Beretta 92FS pistols. The Tommy Lee Jones impersonator (Jim Meskimen) in "Contemporary Impressionists" (S03E12) is armed with a Beretta 92FS as well.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Troy and Abed as stereotypical gangsters with their Beretta 92F/FS's. Apparently all gangsters look like Coolio and Flava Flav in Pierce's old and racist imagination. (The reason why this shot looks hazy is because these are just stories told by the characters.)
The Beretta 92FS in the hands of Abed's hired Tommy Lee Jones impersonator to the left.

Voltran Blank Firing 9mm Pistol

After Abed completely tears apart his analysis of Who's the Boss? Professor Sheffield (Stephen Tobolowsky) opens his desk drawer to reveal a Voltran blank firing 9mm pistol in " Competitive Wine Tasting" (S02E20). It was designed to resemble a Walther PPK, but lacks a magazine release.

"There's a path you take, and a path untaken. The choice is up to you, my friend."

Unidentifiable Glock pistol

An agent (uncredited) begins to draw what appears to be a Glock pistol in "Epidemiology" (S02E06).

The agent on the left drawing a Glock.


Smith & Wesson Model 60

Annie Edison (Alison Brie) pretends to shoot Professor Wooley/Garrity (Kevin Corrigan) with a prop Smith & Wesson Model 60 in "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design" (S02E09). A drug runner is later shown holding one to Pierce's (Chevy Chase) head in a brief shot from "Paradigms of Human Memory" (S02E21). In "Remedial Chaos Theory" (S03E04), it is revealed that Annie keeps one in her purse, and in one possible timeline, it goes off when dropped, wounding Pierce in the leg.

Classic Smith & Wesson Model 60 - .38 Special
Annie pretends to shoot Jeff.
Annie's prop S&W Model 60 lies next to Annie after the Dean pretends to shoot her.
A drug runner holds a S&W Model 60 (possibly the same prop) to Pierce's head.
Troy (Donald Glover) fishes a different S&W Model 60 out of Annie's purse.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

During their homage to Pulp Fiction in "Critical Film Studies" (S02E19), Annie uses two Smith & Wesson Model 36s in her role as Yolanda.

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Annie's S&W 36's on the diner table.
Annie re-enacting the robbery scene from Pulp Fiction with Troy and Shirley.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

During their homage to Pulp Fiction in "Critical Film Studies" (S02E19), Troy Barnes (Donald Glover) uses two Smith & Wesson Model 19s in his role as Ringo.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 'Combat Magnum' - .357 Magnum
Troy's S&W Model 19's appear on screen to the left.
Troy re-enacting the robbery scene from Pulp Fiction with Annie and Shirley.

Single Action Army

Devon (Vince Gilligan) uses a prop Single Action Army as part of the interactive VCR game Pile of Bullets in "VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing" (S05E09).

Colt Single Action Army with 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model - .45 Long Colt
Devon (Vince Gilligan) with his prop Single Action Army in "VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing" (S05E09).


Mossberg 590 Cruiser

Office Cackowski (Craig Cackowski) pretends to shoot Professor Wooley/Garrity (Kevin Corrigan) with a Mossberg 590 Cruiser to teach everyone a lesson about the dangers of playing with prop guns in "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design" (S02E09).

Mossberg 590 "Cruiser" with extended magazine tube - 12 Gauge
"Fact: In 100% of all fake gun shootings, the victim is always the one with the fake gun."

Double Barreled Shotgun

A prospector (E.J. Callahan) chases after Troy and Abed with a double barreled shotgun in "Paradigms of Human Memory" (S02E21). He fires it at them off-screen. The Old Shop Owner (Mayuto Correa) in the trailer for the Portuguese Gremlins knock-off Joelho-Alto Prejuizo Moral (Knee-High Mischief) manages to fire one three times without reloading.

Remington SPR210 Shotgun - 12 Gauge. The shotgun in the episode appeared to have external hammers, however.
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The Old Shop Owner (Mayuto Correa) fights off the Portuguese gremlins. (While dressed as a bullfighter, for some reason.)
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Unknown shotgun

A drug runner (uncredited) is briefly seen with an unknown shotgun in "Paradigms of Human Memory" (S02E21).

The unknown shotgun on the right.

Submachine Guns


During their homage to Pulp Fiction in "Critical Film Studies" (S02E19), Pierce Hawthorne (Chevy Chase) has a suppressed Uzi in his role as The Gimp, probably subbing for the suppressed MAC-10 actually used in Pulp Fiction. According to the episode commentary, however, it is stated that the only scenes that Chevy Chase were in were the ones in the end where he was unmasked.

IMI Uzi with Sionics suppressor - 9x19mm
No, The Gimp didn't actually carry a gun in Pulp Fiction, but it's very likely Pierce didn't watch it.

Rifles / Carbines


When the army comes to contain the possible zombie outbreak in "Epidemiology" (S02E06), some soldiers are armed with M4A1 carbines.

Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
A soldier comes ready to deal with a possible zombie outbreak. It appears this M4 has a weaponlight and a holographic sight mounted.
Another soldier with his M4A1.

Remington 700PSS

The contestants on the show Ski, Shoot, Sing appear to be holding Remington 700PSS rifles in "Pillows and Blankets" (S03E14).

Remington 700PSS with Leupold Mark 4 scope and Harris bipod - .300 Win Mag
The contestants with their rifles. That show looks amazing.


Tippmann TPX

In the episodes "Modern Warfare", "A Fistful of Paintballs", "For a Few Paintballs More" and "Modern Espionage", which revolve around paintball wars, several characters, including Jeff use Tippmann TPX paintball pistols. They appear in brightly-colored finishes.

Tippman TPX with full length top rail - .68 caliber

X26 Taser

Greendale security officers (Bertrand Roberson Jr. and Sashi Bommakanty) tase Jeff and Chang with X26 Tasers in "English as a Second Language" (S01E24).

An X26 Tazer with safety cap on
The security officers aim at Jeff and Chang in "English as a Second Language" (S01E24). In the DVD commentary, it is noted that these two actors are actually the stand-ins for Donald Glover and Danny Pudi.
Another angle of the same in "English as a Second Language" (S01E24).

Palmer Cap-Chur Short Range Projector

Ben Chang (Ken Jeong), in his new role as Greendale's head of security, is armed with a stainless Palmer Cap-Chur Short Range Projector.

Palmer Cap-Chur Short Range Projector
Chang confronting Abed's Tommy Lee Jones impersonator in "Contemporary Impressionists" (S03E12).
Chang shoots a hulked out Jeff later in the same episode.

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