|2008 – 2009
|Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby
|Sgt Benjamin Jones
|Doctor George Bullard
The following weapons were used in Season 11 of the television series Midsomer Murders:
Webley .455 Mk VI
Webley .455 Mk VI is seen in "Shot at Dawn" (S11E1) both in the flashback scene that takes place during the WW1 and in modern time. The revolver was carried by Lt. Duggie Hammond (Josh Stanley) in 1916, before being preserved in the Hammond family museum and later used to commit murder. The police expert correctly identified it as "a .455 service revolver produced about 1916".
Webley Mk. VI - .455 Webley
Lt. Duggie Hammond (Josh Stanley
) draws his revolver from the holster in the flashback scene in "Shot at Dawn".
A close view at Lt. Hammond's revolver in the same scene.
The murderer holds a Webley revolver.
A close view at the barrel. The shape of the front sight allows to identify the revolver as .455 Mk VI model.
In the opening scene of "Days of Misrule" (S11E6) Alec Grainger (uncredited) aims a pisol at James Parkes (Joseph Millson). The pistol seems to be Beretta 92FS but it isn't seen clear enough to be identified for sure.
Grainger aims his pistol.
The trigger guard can be seen.
One more view at the pistol.
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III*
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III* rifles are seen in "Shot at Dawn" (S11E1), both in the 1916 flashback and in the present.
Lee-Enfield No. 1 Mk III* - .303 British
Pvt. Tommy Hicks (Will Featherstone
) weakly moves through the battlefield with his Lee-Enfield rifle in the flashback scene in "Shot at Dawn".
The firing squad aim their rifles in the same scene.
Mickey Ryan (Lloyd Hutchinson
), a member of a WW1 reenacting group, carries a Lee-Enfield rifle in "Shot at Dawn".
Lee-Enfield rifles are for a rifle salute.
Enfield L85 assault rifles are seen in hands of Territorial Army soldiers during the night training in "Days of Misrule" (S11E6). They are supposed to be training mockups, not real rifles.
L85A1 with SUSAT scope - 5.56x45mm NATO
A photo of a British soldier with L85 is seen in "Days of Misrule".
Territorial Army soldiers with L85s at the night training in "Days of Misrule".
A Vickers Mk1 machine gun is used as a murder weapon in "Shot at Dawn" (S11E1).
Vickers gun with ribbed water jacket - .303 British
A local dog is interested by the machine gun.
A close view at the Vickers muzzle.
The remotely controlled Vickers fires with a large muzzle flash.
The police expert Dr. Bullard (Barry Jackson) inspects the machine gun.
The disassembled Vickers is studied in the police lab.
A poster with LAW 80
rocket launcher is seen on the wall of Territorial Army drill base in "Days of Misrule" (S11E6).