|Better Call Saul - Season 1
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The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Better Call Saul:
Taurus Raging Judge
Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) uses the Taurus Raging Judge in both the premiere episode "Uno" (S1E01) and "Mijo" (S1E02).
Taurus Raging Judge - .454 Casull
Production image of Tuco aiming the revolver at Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk).
Jimmy is greeted with a Taurus Raging Judge in the premiere episode "Uno" (S1E01).
Jimmy is threatened with the revolver in "Mijo" (S1E02).
Tuco Salamanca uses the Taurus Raging Judge to threaten Jimmy in "Mijo" (S1E02).
Taurus Model 85
Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) is seen using a Taurus Model 85 in "Five-O" (S1E06), which is one of the (many) weapons he is later seen with during the events of Breaking Bad.
Taurus Model 85 Stainless - .38 Special.
Mike sights up the Model 85.
In "Five-O" (S1E06), Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) carries a nickel SIG-Sauer P225 as his off-duty sidearm. It's then confiscated and handled by both Sergeant Jack Fenske (Billy Malone) and Officer Troy Hoffman (Lane Garrison). Mike continues to carry his nickel P225 in the show's second season. Since it is presumably the same gun, the second season reveals it to be a "P225 P6" West German surplus police gun.
SIG-Sauer P225 Nickel - 9x19mm
Hoffman confiscates Mike's P225.
Fenske tries to fire Mike's P225, but finds it empty.
Sergeant Jack Fenske (Billy Malone) is seen drawing and firing his duty-issue Glock 17 in "Five-O" (S1E06), which is indeed a duty sidearm authorized for carry by the Philadelphia Police Department. Albuquerque Police officers are also seen with Glock 17s as their duty sidearms in "Alpine Shepherd Boy" (S1E05).
Glock 17 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm.
An Albuquerque Police officer draws his Glock 17. His partner also has a Glock holstered.
Fenske draws the Glock 17.
In "Pimento" (S1E09), Sodchak (Steven Ogg) carries what he describes as a "Glock 22 Gen 3" as one of his four handguns. When he threatens Mike (Jonathan Banks) with the weapon, he is quickly disarmed and then pistol-whipped in the throat. The Glock 22 used in this episode actually appears to be a 2nd Generation model (it does not have an accessory rail on the frame). Interestingly, the Glock 22 was also referenced by name in the pilot episode of Breaking Bad.
Glock 22 (2nd Generation) - .40 Smith & Wesson.
In "Pimento" (S1E09), Sodchak offers Mike his Glock 22 (actually a 2nd Gen model, not a 3rd Gen - note that the grip has no finger grooves).
When Mike tells him, "you can make it not so easy"
, Sodchak aims the Glock 22 at Mike.
Sodchak points his Glock 22 at Mike in "Pimento" (S1E09)...
...but in less than a second, Mike takes the gun, ejects the magazine, and clears the chamber before pistol-whipping Sodchak in the throat.
Kimber Custom TLE/RL II (as "Wilson Combat 1911")
In "Pimento" (S1E09), Sodchak (Steven Ogg) carries a weapon that he describes as a "Wilson Combat 1911" as one of his four handguns. After being pistol-whipped in the throat by Mike with his own Glock 22, the pistol is taken from him. Contrary to the dialogue, Sodchak's 1911 is actually a factory stainless Kimber Custom TLE/RL II, rather than anything from the Wilson Combat line.
Kimber Custom TLE/RL II (stainless) - .45 ACP
In "Pimento" (S1E09), Mike confiscates Sodchak's "Wilson Combat 1911"
after pistol-whipping him in the throat. This pistol is quite clearly a stainless Kimber Custom TLE/RL II, not a Wilson Combat 1911.
Another view of the Kimber Custom TLE/RL II in "Pimento" (S1E09).
In "Pimento" (S1E09), Mike (Jonathan Banks) takes a "cute" compact pistol from Sodchak's ankle holster while disarming him. The pistol appears to be a Ruger LCP, though it is difficult to tell for sure.
Ruger LCP (Lightweight Compact Pistol) - .380 ACP
In "Pimento" (S1E09), Mike takes a "cute" compact pistol from Sodchak's ankle holster which appears to be a Ruger LCP.
IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX
The last of Sodchak's four pistols that is confiscated by Mike (Jonathan Banks) is a .50-caliber IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX, which Mike describes as "impressive".
IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE
In "Pimento" (S1E09), Mike finds Sodchak's Desert Eagle Mark XIX.
Mike looks over Sodchak's Desert Eagle in "Pimento" (S1E09). Note over-barrel accessory rail and safety design, indicating that this is a 1st Gen Mark XIX.
Mike holds the Desert Eagle and all of Sodchak's other guns in "Pimento" (S1E09), before offering one to the other bodyguard.
Advanced Taser M26
In "Alpine Shepherd Boy" (S1E05), Albuquerque Police officers are seen armed with the Advanced M26 Taser.
An Albuquerque Police officer draws his M26 Taser. His partner also has one holstered.