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Zero Hour (2004)

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Zero Hour
Zero Hour (2004).jpg
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Language English
Channel History Television
BBC
7mate
The History Channel
Genre Crime
Drama
Broadcast 2004-2006
No. of Seasons 3
No. of Episodes 16
Main Cast
Character Actor



The following weapons were used in the television series Zero Hour (2004):


Pistols

Beretta 92FS

Assault team leader Guillermo Aguillar (Sergio De La Roncha) and several of his men use a Beretta 92FS in the hunt for Pablo Escobar Gaviria in "The King of Cocaine/Killing the King of Cocaine" (S2E04). Saddam Hussein (Fouad Barsoum) is armed with a Beretta 92FS while hidden from the US Army Soldiers in "Capturing Saddam" (S2E05). A group of Turkish police officers are armed with Beretta 92FS when they arrive at the bar where Mehmet Ali Ağca (Elhan Babazadeh) was hiding in "The Plot to Kill the Pope" (S2E06). The Major Alan Marshall (Clive Standen) receives a Beretta 92FS from one of the British Royal Army soldiers when he is finally found with his soldiers in "SAS Mission: Impossible" (S3E01). Prince Dipendra (Ashish Kapoor) uses a prop Beretta 92FS in "A Royal Massacre" (S3E03).

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm Parabellum
Guillermo Aguillar carries a Beretta 92FS while ordering his men to advance towards the location. (S2E04)
Hugo orders his driver (Fernando Latorre) to arm himself and accompany him, and he arms himself with a Beretta 92FS. (S2E04)
Hugo's driver cocks the slide of his Beretta 92FS. (S2E04)
A close-up shot of Aguillar's Beretta 92FS when he finally accesses the house where Pablo Escobar was hiding. (S2E04)
Aguillar points his Beretta 92FS at the corpse of Pablo Escobar. (S2E04)
After ensuring that Pablo Escobar is indeed dead, he stops pointing his Beretta 92FS at the inert body of what was once the most dangerous person in Colombia. (S2E04)
Aside from his AK-47, Saddam Hussein is armed with a Beretta 92FS for his protection. (S2E05)
This is an error, as the pistol found in Saddam Hussein's possession was a Glock 18.
Turkish police burst into the bar armed with their standard Beretta 92FS pistols to take away Mehmet Ali Ağca, accused of murder.(S2E06)
Captain John Laverty finally manages to find the soldiers of the Royal Irish Regiment and gives Major Alan Marshall a Beretta 92FS for his and his soldiers' defense. (S3E01)
B.R.A soldiers cover the room where Major Alan Marshall and his men are, the latter holding his Beretta 92FS. (S3E01)
A badly battered Beretta 92FS with the top slide cut is seen in Dipendra's bag before the shootout at the royal mansion. (S3E03)
Dipendra draws his Beretta 92FS in one of the episode's time scenes. (S3E03)
Dipendra holds the Beretta 92FS after the massacre of his family, determined to end his life. (S3E03)

Browning Hi-Power

Mehmet Ali Ağca (Elhan Babazadeh) carries a Browning Hi-Power with what appears to be a front target sight as the pistol that he would use to commit the attack on Pope John Paul II (Brian Crabb) in "The Plot to Kill the Pope" (S2E06). The Major Alan Marshall (Clive Standen) is armed with a Browning Hi-Power which he gives to Foday Kallay (Lulama Masimini) as a form of surrender in "SAS Mission Impossible" (S3E01 ).

Browning Hi-Power (classic commercial) - 9x19mm Parabellum
In the episode's introduction, Foday Kallay is seen carrying and aiming a Browning Hi-Power. (S3E01)
Alan Marshall draws and gives his Browning Hi-Power to Foday Kallay as a way of asking for mercy. (S3E01)
A better view of the Browning Hi-Power in the hands of Foday Kallay. (S3E01)
Browning Hi-Power w/ target sights - 9x19mm Parabellum
Mehmet Ali Ağca fires his Browning Hi-Power to attack Pope John Paul II. (S2E06)

M1911-Style Pistol

One of the US Marines searching for Saddam Hussein in Iran is armed with an M1911-style pistol in "Capturing Saddam" (S2E05). Presumably it is a modernized variant.

For comparison: Colt Rail Gun - .45 ACP
The soldier with the M1911 points his pistol at Saddam Hussein's lair. (S2E05)

Glock 17

Deputy Neil Gardner (Shane Harbinson) uses his service Glock 17 against Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold during Columbine's shootout in "Massacre at Columbine High" (S1E03). Timothy McVeigh (Ben Johnson) carry a Glock 17 as his personal sidearm in "One of America's Own" (S2E02).

Glock 17 (2nd Gen) - 9x19mm Parabellum
Neil Gardner arrives at Columbine High School and is greeted with gunshots from Eric and Harris, so he proceeds to respond with his Glock 17. (S1E03)
After Eric and Dylan stop shooting at him from the institute, Neil Gardner orders reinforcements to deal with the situation. (S1E03)
When Eric and Dylan arrive at the Columbine library, they get into another shootout with the police, Neil Gardner locates the shooters and orders the other officers to shoot them.
A good side shot of the Glock 17. (S1E03)
A close-up shot of Neil's Glock 17 being pointed at John Savage (Alex Macdonald), who escape from the high school shootout. (S1E03)
Timothy McVeigh draws his Glock 17 when he notices a police approaching him. (S2E02)
Timothy prepares to shoot in case the police patrol stops him. (S2E02)
A close-up shot of Timothy's Glock.
Finally, Timothy saves his Glock 17 when he sees that the police were not going to arrest him, it was all the paranoia of transporting a bomb in his truck. (S2E02)
Timothy writes a tirade against the United States while his Glock 17 is seen on a table. (S2E02)

SIG-Sauer P226

Pablo Escobar Gaviria (Carlos Congote) uses a SIG-Sauer P226 as his personal sidearm during "El rey de la cocaine/Matar al rey de la cocaine" (S2E04). The use of a SIG-Sauer P226 is faithful to reality, since the latter was El Patron's preferred pistol.

SIG-Sauer P226 w/ two-tone finish - 9x19mm Parabellum
A close-up shot of Pablo Escobar's SIG-Sauer P226.
After being abandoned by his only bodyguard, El Patrón decides to arm himself with his SIG-Sauer P226 and defend himself. (S2E04)
Pablo Escobar decides to leave the hotel room where he was hiding to escape through the roofs of the place. (S2E04)
Pablo Escobar lies dead on the roof of the hotel, with his SIG-Sauer P226 next to his body. (S2E04)
Note: Pablo Escobar's pistol was stolen by Guillermo Aguillar in real life.
In a recreation of another version of events, Pablo Escobar, after being wounded and knowing he was defeated, points his SIG-Sauer P226 at his head to commit suicide. (S2E04)
In another recreation of the events, Guillermo Aguillar is the one who fires the fatal blow to Pablo Escobar. (S2E04)

Revolvers

Colt Single Action Army

One of the many weapons that Prince Dipendra (Ashish Kapoor) has in his personal arsenal is a Colt Single Action Army which he briefly inspects in "A Royal Massacre" (S3E03). Unlike the other weapons seen in the episode, the Colt Single Action Army appears to be genuine and not a mockup or prop.

Colt 1873 Single Action Army w/ 5.5" barrel - .45 Long Colt
Dipendra opens a drawer in his desk where there are several pistols, including two Colt SAAs. (S3E03)
A close-up shot of the Colt SAA cylinder inspected by Dipendra. (S3E03)
Finally Dipendra finishes loading his Colt SAA, being ready and willing to go to his family's palace. (S3E03)
Dipendra leaves his Colt SAA on his bed next to his military clothes. (S3E03)
Presumably, Dipendra realized that using a double-action pistol was better than using a single-action revolver, because he is not seen with the latter again.

Machine Pistols

Intratec TEC-9

Dylan Klebold (Josh Young) uses a TEC-9 as one of the firearms he uses in the Columbine High School shooting in "Massacre at Columbine High" (S1E03). The episode shows clips of home footages made by Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, where the latter uses a TEC-9 Mini to practice his aim in a forest and which he would later use in the Columbine massacre.

Intratec TEC-9 (post-1987) - 9x19mm Parabellum
The actual Intratec TEC-9 Mini used by Dylan Klebold in the Columbine shooting
Dylan Klebold prepares his TEC-9 to begin the Columbine massacre.
A close-up shot of Dylan's TEC-9. (S1E03)
After shooting Dave Sanders (Alan K. Sapp), Dylan Klebold aims his TEC-9 at one of the teachers accompanying Sanders, who finally manages to escape in time. (S1E03)
A close-up of Dylan Klebold's TEC-9 shot during the Columbine shooters' first shooting against police.
Dylan Klebold searches for students under library desks with his TEC-9 accompanying him. (S1E03)
Good shot of Dylan's TEC-9 when the latter passes through the school classrooms looking for students, but by now most of them have already left the place. (S1E03)
Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold prepare their weapons for a final shootout against the police, minutes before they both decide to commit suicide. (S1E03)

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

One of the officers who stops Timothy McVeigh on the highway carries a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 in "One of America's Own" (S2E02). Several agents carry the Heckler & Koch MP5A3 during the assault on Pablo Escobar Gaviria's hideout in "The King of Cocaine/Killing the King of Cocaine" (S2E04).

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 w/ Surefire Weaponlight and "F" style stock - 9x19mm Parabellum
A roadblock officer raises his MP5A3 as he asks Timothy McVeigh where he is going. (S2E02)
Timothy looks at the officer's MP5A3 and reveals where it is going. (S2E02)
A good shot of the top of the MP5A3
One of Guillermo Aguillar's companions carries a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 when he and his group search for Pablo Escobar throughout the Colombian hotel. (S2E04)

Heckler & Koch MP5SD3

One of the US Army soldiers searching for Saddam Hussein in Iraq is armed with an Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 in "Capturing Saddam" (S2E05).

Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 w/ S-E-F trigger group and stock extended - 9x19mm Parabellum
One of the US Marines captures one of Saddam Hussein's men who was trying to leave the place. (S2E05)
The best shot of the Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 when the soldiers manage to find Saddam Hussein's hideout. (S2E05)

Heckler & Kock UMP

One of the US Army soldiers searching for Saddam Hussein in Iraq is armed with an Heckler & Koch UMP as his personal firearm in "Capturing Saddam" (S2E05).

Heckler & Koch UMP - 9x19mm Parabellum
The US Marines finally enter the house where Saddam Hussein is supposedly kept. (S2E05)
The Marine's translator speaks to an already defeated Saddam Hussein and explains that it will be the last time he will see the sky. (S2E05)
The best (and clearest) shot of the Heckler & Koch UMP in the hands of the US Marine carrying it just as a helicopter arrives to take away Saddam Hussein. (S2E05)

IMI Uzi

Several agents carry a IMI Uzi during the assault on Pablo Escobar Gaviria's hideout in "The King of Cocaine/Killing the King of Cocaine" (S2E04). In this same episode, the Uzi is also used by one of Pablo Escobar's men (Reg Taylor) who protects him in the hideout.

IMI Uzi - 9x19mm Parabellum
Pablo Escobar's bodyguard in the hotel room abandons the latter to his fate, but upon seeing that the place was surrounded, he uses his IMI Uzi to try to defend himself. (S2E04)
A better shot of Pablo Escobar's bodyguard's IMI Uzi. (S2E04)
A perfect side shot of an IMI Uzi of one of the agents who surrounded the hotel where Pablo Escobar was hiding. (S2E04)
Another close-up shot of the Colombian police officers firing their weapons at Pablo Escobar. (S2E04)
IMI Uzi w/ buttstock extended - 9x19mm Parabellum

Rifles/Carbines

AK-47

One of Saddam Hussein's men gives his leader an AK-47, so he can defend himself against American soldiers should they find his hideout in "Capturing Saddam" (S2E05). The vast majority of members of the Sierra Leonean armed group West Side Boys are seen carrying AK-47 rifles to ambush and kidnap soldiers of the Royal Irish Regiment in "SAS Mission Impossible" (S3E01).

Poly Technologies AK-47 - 7.62x39mm
One of the Iranians protecting Saddam Hussein passes an AK-47 to his leader so he has a method of protection in case the Marines find him. (S2E05)
Saddam Hussein holds his AK-47 as he listens as US Marines interrogate one of the Iranians guarding the hideout. (S2E05)
US Marines fire on Saddam Hussein's hideout to force him out. (S2E05)
The West Side Boys point their AK-47s at soldiers of the Royal Irish Regiment during the armed group's ambush. (S3E01)
The soldiers of the Royal Irish Regiment are lined up as the West Side Boys point their guns at them. (S3E01)
A good side shot of the AK-47.
The soldiers are forced to kneel so that water can be distributed to everyone. (S3E01)
The West Side Boys negotiate with the British Royal Army over the freedom (and lives) of kidnapped Royal Irish Regiment soldiers, while one of their men is armed with an AK-47. (S3E01)

AKS-47

AKS-47 (Type 3) - 7.62x39mm
AKS-47 (Type 3) w/ stock folded - 7.62x39mm

Colt M16A2

A line of soldiers practice their marksmanship with several Colt M16A2 in "One of America's Own" (S2E02). Several British Royal Army soldiers carry Colt M16A2 rifles during Operation Barras in "SAS Mission: Impossible" (S3E01), some modified to carry M203 grenade launchers.

Colt M16A2 - 5.56x45mm NATO
One of the soldiers inserts a magazine in his M16A2 before firing. (S2E02)
A good close-up shot of the M16A2 receiver. (S2E02)
A nice shot of several soldiers on the ground aiming and firing their M16A2s at a firing range. (S2E02)
A close-up shot of M16A2's forend and barrel. (S2E02)
Another (but better) close-up shot of the M16A2 receiver. (S2E02)
British Royal Army soldiers prepare to attack the location where the West Side Boys are holding soldiers captive. (S3E01)
A squad of British Royal Army soldiers surrounds and guards the house where the Irish soldiers are being held. (S3E01)
Colt M16A2 w/ M203 grenade launcher - 5.56x45mm NATO/40x46mm
Several soldiers from the British Royal Army await the West Side Boys to negotiate the situation of the kidnapped Irish soldiers. (S3E01)
One of the British soldiers holds his Colt M16A2 with UBGL as he heads to a West Side Boys camp, but takes a moment to notice a nasty severed head. (S3E01)
The British soldiers withdraw from the West Side Boys camp without having reached any agreement to rescue the Irish soldiers. (S3E01)
The British Royal Army squad leader points his Colt M16A2 with UBGL towards Foday Kallay. (S3E01)
A better view of the Colt M16A2 with UBGL after the British squadron captain neutralized Foday Kallay. (S3E01))

Colt M4A1

Several agents from the squad that raids Pablo Escobar Gaviria's hideout carry Colt M4 carbines as their service weapon in "The King of Cocaine/Killing the King of Cocaine" (S2E04). One of the US Army soldiers searching for Saddam Hussein in Iraq is armed with an M4A1 in "Capturing Saddam" (S2E05).

Colt M4A1 - 5.56x45mm NATO
One of the men accompanying Guillermo Aguilar is armed with a Colt M4A1 carbine. (S2E04)
Aguilar and his men search from room to room in the hotel looking for Pablo Escobar, who was known to be there. (S2E04)
Finally, Aguilar and his men enter the room where Pablo Escobar was, one of his men points his Colt M4A1 before entering the place. (S2E04)
After checking the entire place, the guy with the M4A1 tells his partner that Pablo Escobar was not on the ground floor of the room. (S2E04)
A close-up of the Colt M4A1 being fired by one of the Colombian officers waiting for Pablo Escobar outside the hotel. (S2E04)
Colt M4A1 w/ Aimpoint CompM2 reflex optic, Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm NATO
In one of the episode's time shots, one of the US Marines points to what appears to be a modified Colt M4. (S2E05)
One of the soldiers leaves Saddam Hussein's hideout, the latter already captured. (S2E05)

Colt M723

Captain John Laverty (Jannes Eiselen) carries a Colt Model 723 during the rescue of the Royal Irish Regiment soldiers in "SAS Mission: Impossible" (S3E01).

Colt M723 "M16A2 Carbine" - 5.56x45mm NATO
Captain John Laverty eventually manages to find the Royal Irish Regiment soldiers while armed with a Colt M723. (S3E01)
John Laverty aims his Colt 723 at the wounded Musa Banqura, whom he was unable to identify at the time. (S3E01)
John Laverty, identifying Musa, proceeds to rescue him from the tomb where he was imprisoned. (S3E01)
A good close-up shot of Laverty's Colt M723 when the latter orders the withdrawal after rescuing all the kidnapped soldiers. (S3E01)

Colt M733

Several US Army soldiers are armed with Colt Model 733 rifles during the search for Saddam Hussein in "Capturing Saddam" (S2E05). Prince Dipendra (Ashish Kapoor) carries a Colt M733 to murder his family in "A Royal Massacre" (S3E03). Like (almost) all the weapons seen in the episode, the M733 is a mock-up or prop.

Colt Model 733 "M16A2 Commando" - 5.56x45mm NATO
The US Marines inside one of the military trucks on their way to the place they had been assigned and where Saddam Hussein is supposedly hiding. (S2E05)
In one of the time shots of the episode, two of the US Marines are seen armed with Colt M733 rifles while one of them tells his companions to stop there. (S2E05)
A nice side shot of one of the US Marines' Colt M733s. (S2E05)
A close-up shot of one of the US Marines' Colt M733s pointing towards Saddam Hussein's hideout. (S2E05)
The soldier carrying the Colt M733 begins firing his rifle to force Saddam Hussein out of his burrow. (S2E05)
A good shot of the M733 in Dipendra's closet, just before the latter grabbed it to leave. (S3E03)
A close-up shot of the M733 barrel; Note that the gun flashlight is taped on. (S3E03)
Dipendra points his M733 at one of his relatives. (S3E03)
Note the lack of a breech on the receiver.

Enfield L85A1

Some soldiers of the Royal Irish Regiment are armed with their service rifles Enfield L85A1 at the beginning of "SAS Mission Impossible" (S3E01).

Enfield L85A1 w/ SUSAT scope - 5.56x45mm NATO
One of the Royal Irish Regiment soldiers holds his Enfield L85A1 as he is transported in one of the Irish Army's military vehicles. (S3E01)
The soldier with the Enfield L85A1 aims his rifle when he notices a truck approaching. (S3E01)
The R.I.R soldier points his Enfield L85A1 at the West Side Boys, aware that if he pulls the trigger of his gun, he and his companions will be shot. (S3E01)
A British Royal Army soldier wields an Enfield L85A1 during and after the first negotiation with the West Side Boys. (S3E01)

FAMAS F1

One of the Royal Irish Regiment soldiers stands out from the rest for carrying a FAMAS F1 as a service weapon in "SAS Mission: Impossible" (S3E01).

FAMAS F1 - 5.56x45mm NATO
One of the R.I.R soldiers holds his FAMAS F1 as it is transported by one of the military trucks.
This is the only appearance of the FAMAS F1, in later scenes it is not used by any soldier again.

FN FAL

Some members of the West Side Boys group are armed with FN FAL instead of the more common AK-47 in "SAS Mission Impossible" (S3E01).

FN FAL - 7.62x51mm NATO
Foday Kallay confronts the seriously injured Musa Banqura and considers him a traitor. (S3E01)
Foday Kallay with an FN FAL in his hand orders the soldiers of the Royal Irish Regiment from the room to line up outside. ( S3E01)
A good side shot of Foday Kallay's FN FAL as it is shot by one of the Royal British Army soldiers. (S3E01)

Kel-Tec SUB-2000

Eric Harris (Ben Johnson) uses a Kel-Tec SUB-2000 as one of the firearms he uses in the Columbine High School shooting in "Massacre at Columbine High" (S1E03). This is a notable error, since in real life Eric Harris used a Hi-Point Carbine to commit the Columbine massacre plus the Kel-Tec SUB-2000 did not come out until 2 years after the massacre.

Kel-Tec SUB 2000 (shooting configuration) - 9x19mm Parabellum
The actual carbine (Hi-Point 995) used by Eric Harris in the Columbine school massacre.
A close-up of the Kel-Tec SUB-2000 in the trunk of Eric Harris' car. (S1E03)
Another close-up of Eric Harris's Kel-Tec SUB-2000 used in the first confrontation with the police. (S1E03)
Eric Harris shoots his Kel-Tec SUB-2000 at the lockers at Columbine High School, just for fun. (S1E03)
Eric Harris insert a recently loaded magazine in his Kel-Tec SUB-2000...
...and together with Dylan, they confront the police again, this time from the Columbine Institute library. (S1E03)
Another close-up of Eric's Kel-Tec SUB-200 during the Columbine shooters second shooting against police. (S1E03)
Eric Harris asks one of the students hiding in the library to identify himself, with the surprise that it is one of Dylan's friends, John Savage, so he lets Dylan talk to him. (S1E03)
After sparing John Savage's life, Eric Harris takes it out on another of the students hiding in the library.
A close-up front shot of the Kel-Tec SUB-2000. (S1E03)
Eric Harris fires his Kel-Tec 2000 at one of the pipe bombs he hid with Dylan in the Columbine cafeteria to tries to make it blows up. (S1E03)

Lee-Enfield Rifle (Mock-up)

In several scenes, Prince Dipendra (Ashish Kapoor) is seen using a mock-up gun based on a Lee-Enfield rifle in "A Royal Massacre" (S3E03).

For comparison: Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I - .303 British
Dipendra opens his closet and takes out a Lee-Enfield rifle (mock-up). (S3E03)
In a flashback, Dipendra point and fires his Lee-Enfield during his military service. (S3E03)
A close-up shot of the Lee-Enfield rifle mock-up barrel top. (S3E03)

Remington Model 700PSS

In one of the alternative versions of Pablo Escobar's death, shows that an infiltrated US Delta Force sniper shot him in the head with a Remington 700PSS in "The King of Cocaine/Killing the King of Cocaine" (S2E04).

Remington 700 PSS w/ Leupold Mark scope and Harris bipod - .300 Winchester Magnum
In another recreation of another version of the murder of Pablo Escobar, a member of the US Delta Force points his Remington Model 700PSS at Pablo Escobar's head...
...and he shoots. (S2E04)
A close-up shot of the Remington model 700PSS barrel.

Launchers

M79

One of the members of the West Side Boys is briefly seen wielding a M79 grenade launcher when soldiers of the Royal Irish Regiment are cornered by the armed group in "SAS Mission Impossible" (S3E01).

M79 - 40x46mm
The West Side Boys member threatens the group of soldiers with an M79 to make them move. (S3E01)

RPG-7

When a group of members of the West Side Boys chase soldiers from the Royal Irish Regiment, one of them is seen pointing an RPG-7 at the soldiers in "SAS Mission Impossible" (S3E01).

RPG-7 - 40mm
One of the West Side Boys aims his RPG-7 at the military trucks of the Royal Irish Regiment soldiers during the ambush at the beginning of the episode. (S3E01)
When Foday Kallay and the West Side Boys arrive at the place they agreed upon with the Royal British Army to negotiate the freedom of the Irish soldiers, one of the members carries an RPG-7 just in case. (S3E01)

Machine Guns

Browning M2

When the US military arrives at Saddam Hussein's supposed hideout, one of the military trucks has a Browning M2 machine gun mounted on the vehicle. A Browning M2 is seen mounted on one of the military vehicles of the Royal Irish Regiment soldiers in "SAS Mission Impossible" (S3E01)

Browning M2HB on vehicle mount - .50 BMG
The US Marines arrive at Saddam Hussein's supposed hideout, and one of the soldiers checks the M2 Browning in case the place is guarded by Iranian terrorists. (S2E05)
After receiving an order, the soldier wielding the Browning M2 on the military truck begins unloading the heavy machine gun. (S3E01)
A close-up shot of the Browning M2 being unloaded by the Royal Irish Regiment soldier so that his squad does not suffer casualties from the West Side Boys. (S3E01)

FN M240

One of the Royal Irish Regiment soldiers is armed with an M240, which is later stolen from him by the West Side Boys in "SAS Mission Impossible" (S3E01). Later, the West Side Boys use the M240 against soldiers of the British Royal Army.

FN M240G - 7.62x51mm NATO
A close-up shot of an M240 being unloaded by one of the Royal Irish Regiment soldiers after receiving the order to do so. (S3E01)
One of the West Side Boys takes the M240G from the Irish Army's military truck. (S3E01)
During the ambush of the British Royal Army, one of the West Side Boys uses a truck-mounted M240G to shoot at the British soldiers. (S3E01)
One of the British soldiers holds an M240G as he charges at Musa Banqura with a companion. (S3E01)

Shotguns

Franchi SPAS-12 (Mock-up)

Prince Dipendra (Ashish Kapoor) uses a Franchi SPAS-12 to murder his family in "A Royal Massacre" (S3E03). Like (almost) all the weapons seen in the episode, the SPAS-12 is a mock-up or prop, it is easy to notice when seeing that several parts are poorly replicated.

Franchi SPAS-12 w/ stock removed – 12 gauge
Dipendra arms himself with his SPAS-12 (mock-up) and takes aim at a target. (S3E03)
Dipendra leaves his SPAS-12 on his bed, while he prepares all his other weapons for the shootout he will carry out against his family. (S3E03)
Dipendra drops his SPAS-12 on the floor to arms himself with the M733. (S3E03)

Mossberg 590

Eric Harris (Ben Johnson) uses a Mossberg 590 Cruiser as his shotgun in the Columbine High School shooting in "Massacre at Columbine High" (S1E03). This is another error in the episode, as the shotgun Eric Harris used in the shooting was a sawed-off Stevens Model 67.

Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" - 12 gauge
The actual shotgun (Stevens Model 67) used by Eric Harris in the Columbine shooting
Eric Harris takes a Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" and some ammunition out of his car. (S1E03)
Eric Harris points his Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" at Richard Castaldo and Rachel Scott. (S1E03)
A frontal close-up of Eric's Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" as he shoots Rachel Scott again. (S1E03)
A shot from below of Eric and Dylan firing their Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" and Stevens 311R (respectively) towards Daniel Rohrbough, Sean Graves and Lance Kirklin. (S1E03)
When Dylan and Eric finally arrive at the Columbine library, the latter begins firing his Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" to make the hidden students there stand up. (S1E03)
"Peekaboo"
Eric Harris finds Cassie Bernall hiding under a desk. (S1E03)
In an act of rage, Eric Harris begins shooting his Mossberg 590 "Compact Cruiser" at a library bookshelf. (S1E03)

Stevens 311R

In "Massacre at Columbine High" (S1E03), Dylan Klebold (Josh Young) uses a Stevens 311R shotgun during the Columbine High School shooting. Unlike the other weapons used throughout much of the episode, the Stevens 311R is a true-to-life weapon, as Dylan Klebold used the same sawed-off shotgun.

Stevens 311R - 12 gauge
The actual Savage 311-D used by Dylan Klebold in the Columbine shooting
In the only scene of the episode that recreates one of the films made by Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, Eric shows the camera his Stevens 311R sawed-off shotgun. (S1E03)
A close-up shot of the Stevens 311R. (S1E03)
Eric Harris plays with his Stevens 311R in front of the camera. (S1E03)
Dylan Klebold points his Stevens 311R at one of the entrances to Columbine High School in search of students, but finds nothing, only the body of a student pretending to be dead. (S1E03)
Dylan Klebold aims and fires his Stevens 311R at Kyle Velasquez at the library entrance.(S1E03)
A close-up of Dylan Klebold inserting two cartridges into the barrel of his Stevens 311R. (S1E03)
Dylan Klebold smiles and fires his Stevens 311R at Matthew Kechter. (S1E03)

Remington Model 870

What appears to be a sawed-off Remington Model 870 shotgun with a two-tone finish is used by one of the police officers who invade Pablo Escobar Gaviria's hideout in "The King of Cocaine/Killing the King of Cocaine" (S2E04). One of the US Army soldiers searching for Saddam Hussein in Iraq is armed with an Remingon Model 870 "Entry Gun" in "Capturing Saddam" (S2E05).

Remington 870 Police "Entry Gun" w/ a Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight - 12 gauge
When the US Marines find Saddam Hussein's hideout, one of the soldiers aims his Remington 870 "Entry Gun" to illuminate the location. (S2E05)
A better shot of the Remington 870 "Entry Gun" as a US Army helicopter arrives to take away Saddam Hussein. (S2E05)
Remington Model 870 w/ sawed-off barrel, tube magazine and stock - 12 gauge
During the beginning of the episode, several Colombian police officers get out of a van to surround the hotel where Pablo Escobar is hiding, one of them carrying a sawed-off shotgun that may resemble a Remington Model 870. (S2E04)
What appears to be the same sawed-off shotgun can be seen in close-up in one of the series' time montages. (S2E04)

Smith & Wesson 3000

One of the Colombian officers surrounding the building where Pablo Escobar was hiding carries a Smith & Wesson 3000 with a folding stock in "The King of Cocaine/Killing the King of Cocaine" (S2E04).

Smith & Wesson 3000 shotgun w/ black synthetic furniture and folding stock (folded) - 12 gauge
The officer with the Smith & Wesson Model 3000 fires his shotgun at Pablo Escobar. (S2E04)

Winchester Model 1300

One of the officers who stops Timothy McVeigh on the highway carries what appears to be a Winchester Model 1300 in "One of America's Own" (S2E02). Several agents carry the same Winchester Model 1300 with pistol grip during the assault on Pablo Escobar Gaviria's hideout in "The King of Cocaine/Killing the King of Cocaine" (S2E04).

Winchester Model 1300 w/ extended tube and pistol grip - 12 gauge
One of the officers holds a Winchester Model 1300 after roadblock officers let Timothy McVeigh go. (S2E02)
A close-up shot of the Winchester Model 1300. (S2E02)
One of the Colombian officers reloads his Winchester Model 1300. (S2E04)
The officer with the Winchester Model 1300 fires his shotgun at Pablo Escobar. (S2E04)

Hand Grenades

F-1 hand grenade

F-1 Hand Grenade

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