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Soldier of Fortune, Inc.
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Soldier of Fortune, Inc. was a syndicated action television series that focused on a mercenary group of former military or intelligence operatives who hire themselves out for covert assignments for the US government. From producer Jerry Bruckheimer (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation), the name of the show was licensed from Soldier of Fortune magazine. The show premiered in 1997. The show's name was changed to SOF: Special Ops Force for the second season and two new actors, including Dennis Rodman, were added to the cast. Soldier of Fortune magazine printed several negative fan reactions to the changes in the shows name and cast. The second season saw increasingly negative reception from fans and declining viewership, leading the show to be cancelled in 1999 after 37 episodes.
The following weapons were used in the television series Soldier of Fortune, Inc.:
Beretta 21A Bobcat
Benny Ray Riddle (Tim Abell) carries a Beretta 21 Bobcat as his backup gun in an ankle holster.
Margo Vincent uses a Glock 17.
Heckler & Koch Mark 23
Major Matthew Quentin Shepherd's (Brad Johnson) main weapon throughout the series is a Heckler & Koch Mark 23.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3
Usually used by Margo Vincent (Melinda Clarke), most prominently in "Déja Vu" (S1E14).
Heckler & Koch MP5SD6
Major Matthew Quentin Shepherd (Brad Johnson), Jason 'Chance' Walker (Réal Andrews), and Christopher 'C.J.' Yates (Mark Sheppard) use the Heckler & Koch MP5SD6.
A Mini Uzi is used in Season 1's "Déja Vu" (S1E14) and "Apres Vu" (S1E15), and is wielded by Katrina Herrera (Ruth Livier).
Chava Herrera's men use full-sized Uzis in Déja Vu (S1E14).