Star Trek: Voyager
Star Trek: Voyager was the third of the four television series spawned from Star Trek. Set during the same time period as The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine, Voyager starred Kate Mulgrew as Captain Kathryn Janeway, a Starfleet officer in command of the USS Voyager, who upon the pursuit of rebels, suddenly finds herself and her crew mysteriously transported to a far-flung unexplored quadrant of the galaxy and then having to trying to find a way back. As Deep Space Nine featured the first African-American actor to be cast as the featured commander in a Trek series, Voyager broke ground as Mulgrew was the first actress to be cast as the featured starship captain in a "Trek" series. The series' cast included Robert Beltran, Jeri Ryan, Robert Picardo, Garrett Wang, Roxann Dawson, Robert Duncan McNeill, Jennifer Lien, Ethan Phillips and Tim Russ. The series ran on the UPN network in the US for seven seasons (1995-2001).
The following weapons were used in the television series Star Trek: Voyager:
Colt Official Police
In the episode "The 37s" (Season 2, Episode 8), Fred Noonan (David Graf) who is Amelia Earhart's navigator, pulls out a hidden Colt Official Police to threaten the Voyager crewmembers, whom he thinks kidnapped him and his boss.
Type 14 Nambu
Though briefly held in Nogami's holster while in cryo-stasis, the Type 14 Nambu is quickly removed and held by Tom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill).
In the episode "Future's End" (Season 3, Episode 8), several of the militia members that kidnap Chakotay (Robert Beltran) and B'Elanna Torres (Roxann Dawson) in the 20th century can be seen using Beretta 92F pistols. They fire on the Federal agents and Voyager's crew who come after the two and their crashed shuttlecraft. In order to avoid bloodshed, the Doctor (Robert Picardo) enters the militia shelter as the latter try vainly to shoot him, unaware he's a hologram and thus impervious to gunfire.
The power plant guards in the episode "Time And Again" (Season 1, Episode 4) are seen wielding Calico M950 pistols with the muzzle brakes removed, the Calicos standing in for alien weapons. The Calico M950 and Detonics Pocket 9 seen in this episode were supplied by Ellis Mercantile, which was one of the largest prop companies in Hollywood until they closed their doors.
Colt 1860 Army
In the episode "The Q and the Grey" (Season 3, Episode 11), the infamous Q (John de Lancie) brings Capt. Janeway to the Continuum to show her a civil war that was happening. Obviously the Continuum exists on a plane of being that is beyond mortal comprehension, so it was displayed for us in the context of the American Civil War, weapons and all. In this perception, Q appears to be using a Colt 1860 Army revolver, but in reality, it was a weapon beyond our imagination. A "Q" Colonel (Harve Presnell) also used one as well as Commander Tuvok (Tim Russ). While held up inside the manor, Q correctly fires exactly six shots from his revolver.
Detonics Pocket 9
In the episode "Time And Again" (Season 1, Episode 4), some of the saboteurs can be seen armed with Detonics Pocket 9 pistols, standing in for alien weapons. They are most notably seen when the saboteurs engage plant guards in a shootout at the main gate.
Two Flintlock Pistols can be seen in "Author, Author" (Season 7, Episode 20) in the Captain's ready room during the Doctor´s holo-novel "Photons Be Free".
In the episode "The Killing Game" (Season 4, Episode 18) , several U.S. Army soldiers as well as members of the crew playing members of the French resistance and U.S. Army soldiers can be seen using M1911A1 pistols. In one scene, a brainwashed Tom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill) pulls his M1911A1 on Harry Kim (Garrett Wang) when he encounters him outside the holodeck, mistaking him for a Japanese soldier. It's only through some careful negotiating on Harry's part that Tom is convinced that the Ensign is not a threat and holsters his weapon, claiming that if Harry had given any other answer to the question Tom asked him, he would have shot him.
In the episode "The Killing Game, Part II" (Season 4, Episode 19), several Hirogen hunters playing the part of German officers and several holographic German soldiers can be seen carrying Walther P38s as their sidearms, the Hirogen using them to shoot Neelix (Ethan Phillips) and Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) as they're trying to flee from them while brainwashed into playing French resistance fighters.
Thompson Submachine Gun
In the episode "The Killing Game, Part I" (Season 4, Episode 18), Tuvok (Tim Russ) can be seen using an M1928A1 Thompson while engaging the Germans in the battle for the town, still brainwashed into playing the role of a French resistance fighter, using it to take out a German searchlight. During "Memorial", Season 6, Tom Paris is watching a 20th-century television showing a scene from the 1959-1963 television show The Untouchables with a M1921 Thompson on the screen.
In the episode "The Killing Game" (Season 4, Episode 18), German soldiers and Hirogen hunters can be seen carrying G.98/40 rifles as their standard weapon (standing in for the Karabiner 98k), one of which Katherine Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) commandeers when pursuing a Hirogen after breaking free of the brainwashing imposed on her and the other members of the crew trapped in the holodeck.
In the episode "The Killing Game" (Season 4, Episode 18), members of Voyager's crew and holograms playing the role of U.S. Army soldiers can be seen armed with M1 Garand rifles, as well as B'Elanna Torres (Roxann Dawson), whom is playing the role of a member of the French resistance when Tom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill) encounters her in a bar where she'd been hiding during the fighting between the allies and the Nazis in the town. Tuvok (Tim Russ) can also be seen holding a Garand when questioning Janeway's change in attitude towards Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan), claiming that she was ready to "put a bullet in her head" earlier.
In the episode "Nemesis" (Season 4, Episode 4), Kradin soldiers can be seen carrying AKU-94s dressed up to resemble alien weapons.
AR-15 Sporter-1 Rifle
In the episode "Future's End" (Season 3, Episode 8), the militant extremists can be seen arming themselves with AR-15 Sporter-1 rifles with A2-style handguards and birdcage flash suppressors when preparing to engage the Federal agents approaching their hideout.
Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpup
In the episode "Nemesis" (Season 4, Episode 4), members of the Vori army can be seen carrying Muzzelite MZ14 Bullpups as their main weapon, Chakotay (Robert Beltran) being given one when he joins them in their war against the Kradin, their sworn enemy. Some of these can also be seen fitted with tactical flashlights on the carry handle.
Springfield 1873 "Trapdoor"
The Springfield 1873 "Trapdoor" is seen in use by the "Union" Q soldiers as well as the "Confederacy" Q soldiers in "The Q and the Grey" (Season 3, Episode 11). The Voyager crew also took them up. When addressing the actual conflict of 1860-1865, they are anachronistic weapons, however, since their appearance is just a part of the "Q"s representation of their own civil war in imagery that humans and 'comprehend', the "Q" can choose whatever 'earth based' weapons they want. Despite resembling 19th Century Earth firearms, they turn out to be powerful "Q" created projective weapons.
In the episode "Future's End" (Season 3, Episode 8), the assumed leader of the militant extremists, Porter (Clayton Murray), carries a Franchi SPAS-12 shotgun as his weapon of choice, holding Chakotay and B'Elanna at gunpoint and later firing on the Doctor with it, albeit to no effect as the hologram is unharmed, neutralizing all the extremists with 'surgically' accurate phaser fire.
Double Barreled Shotgun
During "Spirit Folk" (Season 6, Episode 17), the Irish villagers can be seen using Double Barreled Shotguns to capture Paris and Kim and to damage the Holodeck controls. Another shotgun can be seen in "Author, Author" (Season 7, Episode 20) in Captain Jenkin´s (Kate Mulgrew) quarters.
Mk 2 Hand Grenade
In the episode "The Killing Game" (Season 4, Episode 18), several U.S. Army soldiers can be seen using Mk 2 hand grenades during the battle for the town, Seven of Nine altering one with Borg technology in an attempt to disable the holodeck simulation in which they're trapped, though the attempt backfires when the modified grenade takes out a sizable portion of the allied forces, leaving them to be overrun by the Germans.