The following weapons appear in the television series The Thin Blue Line:
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
The standard weapon used by armed police when they appear in the series is the Heckler & Koch MP5A3. They are all fitted with weaponlight forends and 30 round magazines.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
An armed policeman moves into position in "Rag Week" (Series 1, Episode 4).
A policeman covers the front of the bank.
A pair of policemen move in after the siege is ended.
A Scotland Yard officer can be seen with an MP5 in "Night Shift" (Series 1, Episode 5) whilst guarding a suspected mad bomber.
Two of the bank robbers in "Rag Week" (Series 1, Episode 4) carry sawed-off shotguns.
Sawed Off shotgun - 12 gauge
Two of the three bank robbers carry sawed-off shotguns.
A close up of the action of one of the shotguns.
Inspector Fowler (Rowan Atkinson
) reveals himself to be a police officer before disarming the robbers.
One of the bank robbers in "Rag Week" (Series 1, Episode 4) carries a stainless Taurus PT92.
Taurus PT92AFS (Stainless) with Slimline Black Factory Grips - 9x19mm
A side view of the Taurus PT92
Inspector Fowler disarming the bank robbers
Sergeant Dawkins (Serena Evans
) aims the confiscated Taurus PT92.
Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873
A member of the public (Trevor Peacock) brings a Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873 into the station in "Fly on the Wall" (Series 2, Episode 3).
Chamelot-Delvigne Model 1873 (bare metal) - 11mm. .
The member of public brandishes the Model 1873 in the reception.
Inspector Grimm (David Haig
) examines the revolver.
Inspector Grimm describes the pistol as a "rusty old service revolver".
Inspector Fowler hands the revolver back to re-enact the event for the documentary crew.
Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB
Inspector Grimm (David Haig) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB when confronting an armed man in "Fly on the Wall" (Series 2, Episode 3).
Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB (heavy barrel) revolver (Post 1950s Model) - .38 Special
A shirtless Inspector Grimm bursts in with his Model 10, with chin under-lighting to hide the wrinkles.
Another view of the revolver, note the non tapered barrel.