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The Outer Limits (1995)

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The following weapons appeared in the 1995 update of the TV series The Outer Limits:


Glock 17

The Glock 17 was quite possibly the most commonly-seen gun in the show, used often by police officers and other characters.

Glock 17 - 9x19mm
From Episode 4.18, "Monster"
From Episode 4.18, "Monster"
From Episode 4.18, "Monster"

Taurus PT92

The Taurus PT92 was used in many episodes, often as a Beretta 92F stand-in during the early seasons.

Taurus PT92 - 9x19mm
From Episode 4.07, "Josh"

Smith & Wesson 5904

A Smith & Wesson 5904 was the weapon used by Dr. Theresa Givens (Amanda Plummer) to kill various murderers during her time travels in Episode 2.1, "A Stitch in Time".

Trivia: Several characters in this episode refer to the S&W used by Dr. Givens as "Mr. 9mm". This is most likely a reference to the fact that Amanda Plummer, who plays Dr. Givens, had previously starred in Pulp Fiction, in which Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) also referred to his Star Model B as "Mr. 9mm".

Smith & Wesson 5904 (early model) - 9x19mm

SIG-Sauer P226

SIG-Sauer P226s were used in several episodes, most notably in Episode 2.1, "A Stitch in Time" by FBI Agents Jamie Pratt (Michelle Forbes) and Corey Lonn (Andrew Airlie).

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm

Desert Eagle Mark I

A Desert Eagle Mark I with a laser sight was used by the militia commander in Episode 2.14, "The Heist." It also appears that Desert Eagles were sometimes used to build sci-fi pistols in various episodes set in the future.

IMI Desert Eagle Mark I - .357 Magnum

Browning Hi-Power

In Episode 4.16, "Final Exam", a Browning Hi-Power was used by Seth (Peter Stebbings) to hold a university class hostage.

Browning Hi-Power Mark III - 9x19mm

Vektor CP1

In Episode 7.22, "Human Trials" a Vektor CP1 pistol is used first by Doctor Baker (Glynis Davies) and the taken from her and used by Captain Kelvin Parkhurst (Jason Gedrick).

Vektor CP1 - other side - 9x19mm
In Episode 7.22, "Human Trials", Doctor Baker (Glynis Davies) holds a Vektor CP1 to the chest of Captain Kelvin Parkhurst (Jason Gedrick)
In Episode 7.22, "Human Trials", Parkhurst (Jason Gedrick) turns the tables and uses the same Vektor CP1 against Doctor Baker (Glynis Davies)

Modified Taurus PT99AF aka "The Timecop Beretta"

In Episode 7.22, "Human Trials", Captain Kelvin Parkhurst (Jason Gedrick) uses a 'Timecop Beretta' to check out the abandoned base.

In Episode 7.22, "Human Trials", Captain Kelvin Parkhurst (Jason Gedrick) checks out the base with his modified Taurus PT99AF aka "Timecop Beretta" - 9x19mm

Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion

A modified Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion pistol with sci-fi style top rail and no magazine, impersonates a futuristic weapon, wielded by Colonel Sage (Kim Coates) in In Episode 7.22, "Human Trials"

In Episode 7.22, "Human Trials", Colonel Sage (Kim Coates) holds a Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion to the back of Captain Kelvin Parkhurst (Jason Gedrick)
In Episode 7.22, "Human Trials", Colonel Sage (Kim Coates) holds a Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion to the back of Captain Kelvin Parkhurst (Jason Gedrick)


MGC M16 replica

The show featured many MGC M16 replica assault rifles in the hands of military personnel, most with M16A1 flash hiders.

MGC M16 replica rifle
From Episode 3.12, "Double Helix". The MGC-style forward assist (different from real M16A1s) is visible here.
From Episode 3.12, "Double Helix"


M16A1 assault rifles (some fitted with M16A2 round handguards) appeared in many episodes. In Episode 4.18, "Monster", M16A1s with tactical flashlights were used by most of the the special forces soldiers.

M16A1 with 30 Round magazine - 5.56x45mm
M16A1 with A2 style handguards - 5.56x45mm.
From Episode 3.12, "Double Helix"
From Episode 4.18, "Monster"
From Episode 4.18, "Monster" (this is actually the same soldier seen above, but due to editing, it is made to appear as though it's another soldier)

Diemaco C7/Olympic Arms K4B

Many of the firing M16 rifles on the show were Diemaco C7s, or, rather, the Olympic Arms K4B equivalent, which is used regularly by armorers in British Columbia.

Colt Model 715 rifle - 5.56x45mm
From Episode 4.18, "Monster". The soldier on the far right appears to have a Model 715 (it has a brass deflector, but the rear sight looks to be A1-style).

Colt AR-15A2 Target Custom

In Episode 4.7, "Josh", an Air Force security officer used an older-model long-barrel Colt AR-15A2 fitted with a free-floating hand guard, bipod, and scope, and loaded with an orange-painted magazine of "uranium-tipped" bullets. It is recognizable as an AR-15A2 due to the "slab-side" lower receiver. There was also a good close-up of the lower receiver showing Colt markings. This rifle has also appeared in other movies and TV shows filmed in British Columbia, including Dreamcatcher (where it was carried by Morgan Freeman), as well as The X-Files and The Sentinel

Standard Colt Government Model HBAR, the A2 version of the AR-15 Civilian Rifle - 5.56x45mm (note the lack of a third position for burst mode for the selector switch)
From Episode 4.07, "Josh"
From Episode 4.07, "Josh". If you look closely, it's possible to see "COLT MFG, HARTFORD, CONN" on the side of the receiver.

Colt Model 933/Olympic Arms K3B

In Episode 4.18, "Monster", a special forces soldier was seen using what appears to be a Colt Model 933 with the carry handle removed and some type of optic installed. The weapon had a Phantom flash hider and older-style Weaver Rail Integration System on top of the receiver (prior to Picatinny rails), so it is most likely a 10" Olympic Arms K3B, given Canadian armorers' apparent preference for OA rifles.

Colt Model 933 with 4-position stock - 5.56x45mm
From Episode 4.18, "Monster". Note the short barrel.
From Episode 4.18, "Monster". Note that the flattop receiver has an older-style Weaver RIS, which indicates this rifle is an Olympic Arms K3B-FT. Also note that the optic on top of the receiver appears to be an Aimpoint 3000, a red-dot sight used by U.S. SOCOM elements prior to adoption of the Aimpoint CompM2 (M68 CCO).

Savage 10/110

A Savage 10/110 was used by a sniper in Episode 4.16, "Final Exam".

Savage 10/110, 7.62x51mm NATO


Franchi PA3/215

A Franchi PA3/215 was used by one of the special forces soldiers in Episode 4.18, "Monster". It's not seen very clearly at any point in the episode.

Franchi PA3/215 - 12 Gauge
From Episode 4.18, "Monster"
From Episode 4.18, "Monster"
From Episode 4.18, "Monster"

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

There were many Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns used on the show, though the non-firing versions were mostly airsoft replicas. These weapons were also regularly used to build sci-fi weapons for episodes taking place in the future.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
From Episode 4.07, "Josh"
From Episode 4.10, "Identity Crisis"

(Mock-up) Heckler & Koch MP5K

In several episodes, it was possible to see soldiers and other characters using machine pistols that appear to be Heckler & Koch MP5Ks, but appear to be angular and have incorrect dimensions. These guns were seen most notably in Episode 2.14, "The Heist." These are mock-ups of the MP5K built on what appear to be Kimel AP-9 assault pistols; these guns also appeared in other movies and TV shows filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia during the 1990s, such as The X-Files and M.A.N.T.I.S..

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