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Hunter - Season 3

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The following firearms were used in the third season of the NBC television series Hunter:

Hunter - Season 3 (1986-1987)

Hunter screen captures courtesy of hunter-and-mccall.tumblr.com


Astra Terminator

Beginning with the third season, LAPD Det. Sgt. Rick Hunter (Fred Dryer) carries an Astra Terminator with black Pachmayr grips and 3" barrel. He states in "Overnight Sensation" that it is a .44 Magnum.

Stainless Astra Terminator - .44 Magnum
Hunter fires his .44 from a car in "Overnight Sensation" (3.01).
Hunter fires his .44 at the range in "Change Partners and Dance" (3.02).
Hunter with his Astra .44 Snub in "The Castro Connection" (3.04).
Hunter draws his .44 in "High Noon in L.A." (3.05).
Hunter arrests Clint in "The Contract" (3.09): "Clint, you touch that gun and I'm gonna kill you."
Hunter proves to be TV's answer to the Dirty Harry series while holding his .44 Magnum in "The Cradle Will Rock" (3.10).
An Aryan Brotherhood terrorist disarms Hunter of his .44 in "Bad Company" (3.11).
McCall (Stepfanie Kramer) holds Hunter's .44 on Hobarts in "Bad Company" (3.11).
Hunter holds his Astra .44 on an FBI agent in "The Girl Next Door" (3.16).
Hunter holds his Astra Terminator on Grimes in "Crossfire" (3.19). This iconic image of Hunter holding his gun would be used in the opening credits for the fifth season.

Walther PPK/S

In the third season, LAPD Det. Sgt. Dee Dee McCall (Stepfanie Kramer) carries a stainless .380 Walther PPK/S with white plastic grips.

Walther PPK/S stainless - .380 ACP.
McCall aims at Traynor in "Change Partners and Dance" (3.02).
McCall holds her PPK/S while looking for Corona in "The Castro Connection" (3.04).
McCall takes cover with her PPK/S.
Hunter and McCall aim their sidearms while searching for a suspect in "High Noon in L.A." (3.05).
McCall holds her PPK/S on Clint as she and Hunter arrest him in "The Contract" (3.09).
Hobart (Dean Stockwell) places Hunter's Astra .44 with McCall's PPK/S in "Bad Company" (3.11).
McCall draws her PPK/S from her purse in "Requiem for Sergeant McCall" (3.14).
Matthew Winfield (George Clooney) holds McCall's PPK/S in "Double Exposure" (3.15).
McCall's PPK falls to the ground during a struggle in "Any Second Now" (3.17).
McCall meets Kitty in "Shades" (3.22).
McCall apprehends Sid.
McCall reloads her PPK/S inside Ringerman's Ferrari.

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Several LAPD policemen, including Capt. Charles Devane (Charles Hallahan), Lt. Ambrose Finn (John Shearin), and undercover Sgt. Katherine "Kitty" O'Hearn (Shelley Taylor Morgan) carry the Smith & Wesson Model 36 in hip holsters. Hunter's (Fred Dryer) primary backup is a Model 36, seen while searching for a suspect in "High Noon in L.A." (3.05), while on an assignment in Australia in "Down and Under" (3.12), and going fishing on vacation in "Straight to the Heart" (3.13).

Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
Hunter searches for a suspect in "High Noon in L.A." (3.05).
Capt Devane's Model 36 is holstered as he talks to Hunter and McCall in his office in "Bad Company" (3.11).
Lt. Finn's Model 36 sits in his holster in "Bad Company" (3.11).
Australian CIB detective Desmond Evans (Michael Preston) gives Hunter back his Model 36 in "Down and Under" (3.12) after Hunter gave it to CIB Det. Woodward (Anthony LaPaglia) for approval.
Hunter prepares to make an arrest while in Australia.
Hunter comments on his dislike for going against a rifleman with only his backup revolver in "Straight to the Heart" (3.13).
Kitty keeps her finger on the trigger of her Model 36 as she produces identification in "Shades" (3.22).
Kitty with her Model 36 drawn on Al.
Al (Michael Gregory) takes away Kitty's Model 36 from her purse.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Heavy Barrel

Many Season 3 villians use the Smith & Wesson Model 10 Heavy Barrel, including the jewelry store robber Vaughn (Jeff Doucette) in "Overnight Sensation" (3.01). Several DEA agents, including the one who kills Corona, use Model 10 HBs in "The Castro Connection" (3.04). In "From San Francisco with Love" (3.06), Det. Sgt. Valerie Foster (Laura Johnson) handles a Model 10 belonging to David Hendricks (Mark Withers), later found in David's hand. Sheila Burke (Lauren Tewes) uses a Model 10 as her primary weapon in "True Confessions" (3.07). Pruitt's thugs in "The Cradle Will Rock" (3.10) also carry Model 10 revolvers, as does Harry (Brendan McKane) the Australian thug in "Down and Under" (3.12). In "Double Exposure" (3.15), Matthew Winfield's (George Clooney) primary sidearm is a Model 10 Heavy Barrel. Many of Shaughnessy's thugs in "Shades" (3.22) have Model 10s.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB (heavy barrel) revolver (Post 1950s Model) - .38 Special. Later incarnations of the Model 10 had a non-tapered heavy barrel, which leads it to be commonly mistaken for a .357 revolver.
Hunter (Fred Dryer) shows McCall a Model 10 he found on the person of Col. Hector Ramirez (Ismael Carlo) in "High Noon in L.A." (3.05).
Valerie looks at David's revolver in "From San Francisco with Love" (3.06).
David with his Model 10 in his hand.
Sheila Burke aims her Model 10 at Phil Epperson (Moosie Drier) in "True Confessions" (3.07).
Hunter tells Sheila to lower her Model 10.
Clint Langer (Kip Gilman) fires his Model 10 while kidnapping Mrs. Hennessey in "The Contract" (3.09).
Harry (Brendan McKane) holds a Model 10 on Hunter while in Australia in "Down and Under" (3.12).
Kate Scanlon (Marina Sirtis) holds Harry's Model 10 on Hunter.
Hunter hands the Model 10 to Evans (Michael Preston).
A security guard (Charles Meshack) aims his Model 10 at McCall in "Requiem for Sergeant McCall" (3.14).
Matthew Winfield (George Clooney) sits next to his Model 10 in "Double Exposure" (3.15).
Matthew picks up his Model 10.
Shelly (Fran Fitzgerald) holds Matthew's Model 10 on him as he drives.
Ray Devers (Frank Sivero) prepares to shoot McCall in "Shades" (3.22).
Tucci (Chip Heller) with his Model 10 after falling out the window in Hunter's home.
Kitty slams the door on Tucci as he holds his Model 10.
Al (Michael Gregory) fires his Model 10 at Ringerman.

Detonics Combat Master

Station manager Ralph Driscoll (Alex Courtney) fires a Detonics CombatMaster at Raoul Mercado's car in "Overnight Sensation" (3.01). Hunter tells Mercado that the bullets recovered were nine millimeter. The pistol appears to be a non-gun or replica.

Detonics Combat Master with stainless steel finish - .45 ACP
Driscoll's pistol in "Overnight Sensation" (3.01).

Colt Mk IV Series 70

When Tony Melendez (Sal Lopez) goes into hiding in "Overnight Sensation" (3.01), he takes a Colt Mk IV Series 70 and a Mossberg 500 with him. Det. Rayner (Don Edmonds) carries a Series 70 as his main sidearm.

Colt 1911 Series 70 - .45 ACP
Tony sits with his Colt as the Mossberg rests against the refrigerator in "Overnight Sensation" (3.01).
Det. Rayner's Colt in his holster as he interrogates Kirschbaum (John Durbin) in "The Contract" (3.09).

Röhm RG-24

Sgt. Harry Traynor (Tim Thomerson in a much different role than the detective he played in the first season) uses a .22-caliber Röhm RG-24 with a suppressor when carrying out mob hits in "Change Partners and Dance" (3.02).

Röhm RG-24 - .22 LR
The abandoned Röhm RG-24 after the Dan Winslow killing in "Change Partners and Dance" (3.02).
Sgt. Traynor fires at McCall.
Sgt. Traynor with his Röhm RG-24.
Hunter (Fred Dryer) looks over Traynor's RG-24.

Beretta 92SB

Sgt. Harry Traynor (Tim Thomerson) carries a Beretta 92SB in a shoulder holster in "Change Partners and Dance" (3.02). Drug lord Bogota (Marco Rodriguez) owns a Beretta 92SB as his personal defense weapon, fighting over it with Hunter's informant "Sporty" James (Garrett Morris) until Sporty eventually gets ahold of it in "Love, Hate, and Sporty James" (3.08). Angie Hobarts (Lar Park-Lincoln) sneaks two loaded Berettas to Hunter (Fred Dryer) and McCall (Stepfanie Kramer) to help them escape from Hobarts' Aryan Brotherhood camp in "Bad Company" (3.11).

Beretta Model 92SB - 9x19mm (note rounded trigger guard and flat bottom magazine).
Sgt. Traynor fires his Beretta at the police range in "Change Partners and Dance" (3.02).
Traynor's Beretta runs empty as Hunter walks onto the range.
Traynor prepares to fire another magazine.
Bogota opens his desk drawer to reveal a Beretta 92SB in "Love, Hate, and Sporty James" (3.08).
Bogota's Beretta falls to the ground during his fight with "Sporty" James.
Sporty aims Bogota's own Beretta at him.
McCall takes the Beretta away from Sporty.
Angie hands the Berettas to Hunter and McCall in "Bad Company" (3.11).
Hunter shoots at Randy.
McCall holds her Beretta while Hunter assists a hurt Angie during their escape.
Hunter and McCall hold their Berettas before waving down a truck.


McCall's temporary partner in "Change Partners and Dance" (3.02), Det. Riley Causland (Robert Firth), carries an M1911A1 in a shoulder holster. Drug lord Corona (Al Israel, also known as Hector from Scarface) carries a 1911A1 in "The Castro Connection" (3.04).

World War II issued Colt M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP
McCall and Causland aim at Traynor in "Change Partners and Dance" (3.02).
Castro looks for a hiding spot in "The Castro Connection" (3.04).
Castro with his 1911A1.

Smith & Wesson Model 29

Victor Santoro (Héctor Mercado), one of the drug dealers in "The Castro Connection" (3.04) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 29, using it to shoot at Hunter, who specifically refers to it as a ".44". Carlos Mariano (George DelHoyo), Curuguyan cultural attache (and brother of McCall's Season 2 rapist), carries a Model 29 when he goes in search of Hunter in "High Noon in L.A." (3.05).

  • Carlos Mariano: "You think this is a joke?" (flashes his Model 29 in a shoulder holster)
  • Hunter: "No, I think that's a .44 Magnum."
Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 Magnum.
Victor aims his S&W Model 29 in "The Castro Connection" (3.04). Hunter later says: "I saw Neil Jordan take a .44 in the chest; he didn't get up and walk away."
McCall (Stepfanie Kramer) holds Carlos's Model 29 on him while detaining him in "High Noon in L.A." (3.05). Her own PPK/S can be seen tucked into her waistband.
Hunter (Fred Dryer) empties the six .44 Magnum cartridges out of Carlos's Model 29.
Carlos places Hunter's Astra .44 Snub next to his own Model 29 before their "duel".
Carlos raises his Model 29 when preparing to duel against Hunter.

Colt Python

In "Shades" (3.22), corrupt FBI Special Agent Ringerman (Jared Martin) carries a stainless Colt Python with a 4" barrel. Manolo Torres, one of the drug dealers in "The Castro Connection" (3.04), also has a stainless 4"-barreled Python, which Hunter (Fred Dryer) picks up and inspects.

Colt Python stainless steel variant with 4" Barrel and Colt marked rubber combat grips - .357 Magnum
Manolo runs with his Python in "The Castro Connection" (3.04).
Hunter spots the Colt Python on a table.
Hunter looks over Manolo's Colt Python.
Ringerman's Python as he watches McCall in "Shades" (3.22).
Ringerman holds a Python on T-Bone.
Ringerman's Python concealed in his jacket.
Ringerman fires his Python at Shaughnessy.

Mauser C96

The Mauser C96, referred to by Hunter (Fred Dryer) by its nickname, the "broomhandle" Mauser, is referenced often in "The Castro Connection" (3.04) and is shown to be the gun of Neil Jordan (John Beck), a DEA agent who may or may not be working undercover. The weapon is used to kill Manolo Torres, identified by the bullet. Once a police examiner tells Hunter that the bullet was 7.63 millimeter, Hunter states "The only gun I know that uses that caliber is a 'broomhandle' Mauser; very rare, should be easy to trace."

Mauser C96 "Pre-War Commercial" - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Elliott, a ballistic investigator, descibes the round as "7.63 millimeter, fully jacketed solid point, Winchester manufacturer; not the usual caliber of choice of killers in L.A. or Miami... six grooves with a right hand twist."
Jordan raises the Mauser when he is busted by Hunter and McCall.
Hunter (Fred Dryer) looks over the Mauser C96.

Smith & Wesson Model 15

Although never seen clearly, Neil Jordan (John Beck) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 15 as his DEA-issued sidearm in "The Castro Connection" (3.04). One of Bogota's henchmen in "Love, Hate, and Sporty James" (3.08) also has a Model 15.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 .38 Special
Neil Jordan fires at Corona's henchmen in "The Castro Connection" (3.04).
A henchman nearly drops his Model 15 when he spots a SWAT officer in "Love, Hate, and Sporty James" (3.08).

Walther PP

Sheila Burke (Lauren Tewes) keeps a Walther PP as her target pistol, giving it to Jeffrey Wyatt (Timothy Patrick Murphy) when he fears for his life in "True Confessions" (3.07). She describes it to Hunter and McCall incorrectly as a "Walther PPK" when really it is the older longer-barreled PP model. The assassin who kills Susie Q (Kelly Andrus) and nearly paralyzes McCall in "Hot Pursuit, Pt. 1" (3.20) uses a suppressed PP.

Post war Walther PP Pistol - 32 ACP. Though most of the pistols built immediately after the war were made by Manurhin of France (under license), the guns are marked "Made in West Germany".
Sheila fires her Walther PP at the gun range in "True Confessions" (3.07).
Jeffrey Wyatt holds Sheila's PP.
Jeffrey with the Walther PP.
A spent round ejects from the suppressed Walther PP in "Hot Pursuit, Pt. 1" (3.20)
The assassin turns the PP from McCall to Susie Q.
The assassin fires another shot from the PP.

Beretta 92SB-C

Jed Wilcox (Clabe Hartley) carries a Beretta 92SB-C in "The Cradle Will Rock" (3.13). The 92SB-C is a compact version of the 92SB that was produced between 1981 and 1991. It has a magazine capacity of thirteen rounds.

Beretta 92SB-C 9x19mm, compact model of the 92SB.
Wilcox holds his Beretta on "Scooter" Davis (Jack Kehler) in "The Cradle Will Rock" (3.13).

Smith & Wesson Model 13

Sam Pruitt (John Hancock) carries a .357 Magnum Smith & Wesson Model 13 in "The Cradle Will Rock" (3.13). His two thugs carry identical-looking Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolvers with heavy barrels. Wally Grimes (J.E. Freeman) shoots at Hunter in "Crossfire" (3.19) with a Model 13.

Smith & Wesson Model 13 - .357 Magnum.
Pruitt with his Model 13 inside McCall's home in "The Cradle Will Rock" (3.10).
Pruitt waits to jump out from cover.
Grimes aims at Hunter in "Crossfire" (3.19).
The muzzle of Grimes' Smith & Wesson.
"Smith & Wesson" can be seen stamped on Grimes' Model 13 as Hunter approaches him with his Astra Terminator.

Hi-Standard Sentinel

A common mistake seen on Hunter is the erroneous use of revolvers with suppressors. Rena Farrell (Lydia Cornell), the model/assassin hired by Max Crane to kill Hunter in "Straight to the Heart" (3.13), carries a suppressed Hi-Standard Sentinel Revolver.

Hi-Standard Sentinel - .22 LR
Rena checks her cylinder in "Straight to the Heart" (3.13).
Rena draws the revolver from her purse.
Rena aims at Hunter's back.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snubnose

Rod Moody (Paul Lieber) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub to shoot and kill McCall's husband, Det. Sgt. Stephen J. McCall (Franc Luz), in a 1982 flashback in "Requiem for Sergeant McCall" (3.14). During the same episode, David Lawrence (Jeff Kaake) holds a similar weapon on his stepfather Roger Duquesne.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub with 2" barrel - .357 Magnum
Moody shoots McCall's husband in "Requiem for Sergeant McCall" (3.14).
Moody with his Model 66 after shooting McCall's husband.
David Lawrence aims a Model 66 at his stepfather.

Smith & Wesson Model 64 Snubnose

Mob boss "Big Mick" Shaughnessy (Joseph Mascolo) carries an early snubnose Smith & Wesson Model 64 in "Shades" (3.22). A similar weapon had been handled in "Requiem for Sergeant McCall" (3.14) by Julie Lawrence (Leslie Hope).

Smith & Wesson Model 64 Snub Nose - .38 Special
Julie grabs a Model 64 from a plant and aims it at Roger in "Requiem for Sergeant McCall" (3.14).
Julie with her Model 64 held on Roger.
Shaughnessy fires his Model 64 in "Shades" (3.22).
Shaughnessy is shot while firing his Model 64.

Colt Detective Special

McCall (Stepfanie Kramer) carries a third-generation blued Colt Detective Special as her backup/off-duty weapon in "Requiem for Sergeant McCall" (3.14), carrying it while arresting Julie Lawrence. Lt. Ambrose Finn (John Shearin) uses a nickel third-generation Detective Special when he teams up with McCall in "Crossfire" (3.19).

Colt Detective Special 3rd Gen - .38 Special
McCall aims at Julie in "Requiem for Sergeant McCall" (3.14).
Colt Detective Special Nickel 3rd Gen - .38 Special)
Lt. Finn draws his Detective Special when he and McCall see someone inside Hunter's house in "Crossfire" (3.19).
Finn chases after the two hoods that were in Hunter's home.
Finn aims his Detective Special.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snubnose

In "Double Exposure" (3.15), Matthew Winfield (George Clooney) hands a Smith & Wesson Model 10 Snubnose to Shelly Kurtz (Fran Fitzgerald).

Smith & Wesson Model 10 snub nose revolver - .38 Special
Shelly looks at the Model 10 Snub given to her in "Double Exposure" (3.15).
Shelly holds the Model 10 Snub on "Sporty" James in "Double Exposure" (3.15).

Walther PPK

A Soviet agent in Los Angeles fires a suppressed Walther PPK at Hunter and McCall in "The Girl Next Door" (3.16).

Walther PPK .380 fitted with a sound suppressor. (black grips)
The Soviet agent fires at Hunter and McCall in "The Girl Next Door" (3.16).
The Soviet agent confronts Hunter at his home.
The Soviet agent fires at policemen.

Ruger Mk I

Another Soviet agent in Los Angeles carries a suppressed Ruger Mk I in "The Girl Next Door" (3.16). In "A Child Is Born" (3.18), Former Las Vegas PD Det. Sgt. Nick Roncoe (Allen Keller) uses a Ruger Mk I with an attached suppressor to carry out several attempted assassinations.

Ruger Mk I pistol - .22 LR


The Soviet agent holds his Ruger Mk I on Hunter in "The Girl Next Door" (3.16).
Det. Roncoe stands outside Irene's apartment in "A Child Is Born" (3.18).
Roncoe attaches a suppressor to his Ruger.
Roncoe attaches the suppressor in full view of his intended target, giving her plenty of time to run away and call for help (which she luckily does).

Detonics ScoreMaster

Both of the Colombian cocaine importers who ransack Hunter's home in "Crossfire" (3.19) use Detonics ScoreMasters.

Detonics ScoreMaster - .45 ACP
The hoods try to run away from McCall and Finn in "Crossfire" (3.19).
McCall orders them to freeze.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

The Beverly Hills police officers (including one played by Randy Kovitz) aim Smith & Wesson Model 19 revolvers when arresting Hunter in "Hot Pursuit, Pt. 2" (3.21).

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum
A Beverly Hills policeman aims his S&W Model 19 at Hunter.

Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard"

Al (Michael Gregory), one of Shaughnessy's henchmen, carries a Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" in "Shades" (3.22).

Smith & Wesson Model 38, aluminum framed version of Model 49 - .38 Special
Al with his S&W drawn on McCall in "Shades" (3.22).

Submachine Guns

Micro Uzi

One of the drug dealers in "The Castro Connection" (3.04) has a Micro Uzi.

Micro Uzi with 15 round magazine - 9x19mm
The gunman in the black leather jacket has a Micro Uzi.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Some of the drug dealers in Corona's warehouse in "The Castro Connection" (3.04) carry Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with original "slimline" forearm - 9x19mm
A henchman on the far left holds an MP5A3 in "The Castro Connection" (3.04).

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

One of Bogota's henchmen in "Love, Hate, and Sporty James" (3.08) carries a Heckler & Koch MP5A2.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 9x19mm with "tropical" wide handguard
The henchman outside Bogota's house with his H&K MP5A2.


M16 (SP1)

The LAPD SWAT team carries mostly M16 rifles with thirty round magazines and M16A1 bird cage flash hiders. Most of the terrorists in the National Aryan Brotherhood in "Bad Company" (3.11) use them with mostly twenty-round magazines, including Harold Hobarts (Dean Stockwell) and his henchmen Lew (Sonny Gibson) and Randy (Big John Studd).

M16 aka SP1 (flat "slab side receiver") with an A1 "birdcage" Flash hider, used to imitate the M16A1 in many Vietnam era movies. This version has a 20 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Randy with his M16 during the gun store robbery in "Bad Company" (3.11).
Henchmen with M16s oversee Hunter and McCall being forced into their jail cell.
Harold Hobarts fires his M16 at Hunter and McCall as they make their escape.
M16 aka SP1 (flat "slab side receiver") with an A1 "birdcage" Flash hider, used to impersonate the M16A1 during the 1970s and 1980s. This version has a 30 round magazine - 5.56x45mm
An LAPD SWAT officer with his M16 during the LAPD/DEA raid in "The Castro Connection" (3.04).
An LAPD SWAT officer calls to Bogota's house in "Love, Hate, and Sporty James" (3.08).
A SWAT officer breaks through the window and aims his M16 in "The Girl Next Door" (3.16).
SWAT officers run towards the agents.
A SWAT officer fires his M16 at the Soviets.

Browning BAR Safari

During the gun store robbery at the beginning of "Bad Company" (3.11), several Browning BAR Safari semi-automatic rifles are seen in racks around the store, as well as a multitude of other long arms.

Mk II Safari Browning Automatic Rifle - .30-06.
Angie walks past a rack of guns, including a Browning BAR, in "Bad Company" (3.11).
Randy and Lew enter the gun store brandishing M16s. A Browning BAR Safari is the middle rifle seen on the left.

M1 Carbine

Several terrorists of the National Aryan Brotherhood carry M1 Carbines, some with extended magazines.

The modern manufactured version of the M1 Carbine, with standard stock, from Auto-Ordnance (affiliated with Kahr Arms and Thomson Arms). Chambered in .30 Carbine
One of the Aryans searches for Hunter and McCall in "Bad Company" (3.11).
The Aryan terrorist behind Hobarts carries an M1 Carbine.
The Aryans are told to put down their guns when surrounded by police.

Winchester Model 70

One of the Australian crime boss's ranch hands in "Down and Under" (3.12) carries a scoped Winchester Model 70 that he hands over to Hunter (Fred Dryer), who uses it to shoot down the plane.

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 - .30-06
The thug aims his Model 70 at Hunter and the Australian police in "Down and Under" (3.12).
Hunter fires at the airplane.
Hunter watches the criminals emerge from the airplane.
Hunter confronts his ex-girlfriend, one of the criminals, with the Winchester Model 70 in his hand.

Winchester Model 1892

Another of the Australian crime boss's ranch hands carries a lever rifle that appears to be a Winchester Model 1892 in "Down and Under" (3.12). CIB Detective Woodward (Anthony LaPaglia) takes it and uses it to apprehend the criminals.

Winchester 1892 -.32WCF/.38-40/.44-40/.25-20.
Woodward goes after the criminals with his Winchester 1892 in "Down and Under" (3.12).
Woodward walks behind Hunter with the Winchester 1892. (Hunter has a Winchester Model 70).

Heckler & Koch HK770

Karl (Robert Miano), another hitman hired by Max Crane in "Straight to the Heart" (3.13) tries to kill Hunter with a semi-automatic rifle, one of the many in the collection seen on his wall. The rifle appears to be a Heckler & Koch HK770.

Heckler & Koch HK770 with scope mount and 3 round magazine - .308 Winchester
Karl takes the job with his gun rack seen on a nearby wall in "Straight to the Heart" (3.13).
Karl takes his rifle out of his trunk.
Karl looks for a place to take position.
Karl aims at Hunter and Rena.
Karl searches for Hunter.

Winchester Model 1866 "Yellow Boy"

A Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" is visible hanging in a Mexican police station when Hunter arrives there in "Hot Pursuit, Pt. 2" (3.21).

Winchester 1866 "Yellow Boy" Carbine - .44 RF.
The Winchester hangs above the Mexican police officer's head.


Mossberg 500

When Tony Melendez (Sal Lopez) goes into hiding in "Overnight Sensation" (3.01), he takes a Colt Mk IV Series 70 and a Mossberg 500 with him. Several LAPD officers who serve as backup when McCall and Lt. Finn raid the Colombian import warehouse in "Crossfire" (3.19) carry Mossbergs also.

Mossberg 500AT Shotgun - 12 gauge. Note the wood furniture.
The officer behind Finn in the Metro Police jacket carries a Mossberg in "Crossfire" (3.19).
Officers with Mossbergs walk past the right side of McCall's Dodge as she answers a radio call.
Tony sits with his Colt as the Mossberg rests against the refrigerator in "Overnight Sensation" (3.01).

Remington 870

McCall (Stepfanie Kramer) carries a Remington 870 shotgun when apprehending Victor and Neil Jordan in their hideout in "The Castro Connection" (3.04). The gun store owner in "Bad Company" (3.11) fires a Remington 870 he keeps under the counter at the Aryan Brotherhood terrorists who robbed him. One of the LAPD SWAT team officers busting the Soviet agents in "The Girl Next Door" (3.13) fires a Remington 870 at them.

Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
Hunter and McCall bust Victor and Jordan in "The Castro Connection" (3.04).
A dazed gun store owner retrieves his Remington 870 in "Bad Company" (3.11).
The gun store owner kills one of the terrorists who robbed his store.
The SWAT officer fires at the Soviets in "The Girl Next Door" (3.13).

double barreled shotgun (hammerless)

The gun store owner in "Bad Company" (3.11) is putting away one of his many Double Barreled Shotguns as Angie enters his store to case it out.

The gun store owner puts away his shotgun in "Bad Company" (3.11).

double barreled shotgun (exposed hammers)

Dwayne Hatch holds a Double Barreled Shotgun with exposed hammers on Lt. Finn when meeting him in "Bad Company" (3.11). Jack (Roy Summerset), a ranch hand in "Down and Under" (3.12), hands his shotgun to the constable in Northern Territory, who in turn gives it to CIB detective Evans (Michael Preston).

Stoeger imported Coach Western side by side shotgun with exposed hammers - 12 Gauge
Hatch approaches Lt. Finn with his shotgun in "Bad Company" (3.11).
Jack holds his shotgun on the police in "Down and Under" (3.12).

Remington 870 Folding Stock

Det. Sgt. Dee Dee McCall (Stepfanie Kramer) carries a Remington 870 Folding Stock when she and the SWAT team saves Hunter from the Soviet agents in "The Girl Next Door" (3.16).

Remington 870 Police Magnum with stock folded - 12 gauge
McCall runs in with her Remington 870 Folding Stock in "The Girl Next Door" (3.16).

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