|Arrow - Season 2
||2013 - 2014
|No. of Episodes
The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the television series Arrow:
2nd and 3rd generation Glock 17s are used by various characters, most notably John Diggle (David Ramsey) who uses a 2nd generation model.
Glock 17, 2nd generation - 9x19m.
3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm. Note the finger grooves, thumb reliefs, and accessory rail on the frame, which differentiate it from the older model.
Starling City police officers can be seen with Glocks in "City of Heroes" (S02E01).
Diggle firing his Glock during the shootout at Queen Consolidated in "City of Heroes" (S02E01).
Aglin (Derek Hamilton
) with a 2nd gen Glock at the start of "City of Heroes" (S02E01).
It changes to a 3rd gen when taking Thea hostage.
Diggle dropping his Glock after he is disarmed by China White in "Identity" (S02E02).
Diggle can be seen with his Glock during an attempted sting operation against the Dollmaker in "Broken Dolls" (S02E03).
Queen Consolidated guards are armed with Glock 17s at the start of "The Scientist" when responding to an attempted break-in (S02E08).
US Marshals draw out their Glock 17s in response to a smoke grenade attack in "Birds of Prey".
Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne), now a uniformed officer, is armed with a P226 as his sidearm in the season as with the majority of all uniformed Starling City police officers. Baker (Douglas Chapman) in "City of Heroes" (S02E01) carries a SIG-Sauer P226. Malcolm Merlyn drops a couple of P226s seized from disarmed guards near the end of "The Scientist" (S02E08). Thea (Willa Holland) uses near the end of "Streets of Fire" (S02E22) to shoot at Malcolm Merlyn after he shows up in Starling City.
Laurel Lance (Katie Cassidy
) with a P226 after disarming one of the "Hoods". This is a continuity error, as in the previous shot the "Hood" was carrying a Beavertail model.
Baker searching for Oliver with his SIG drawn. Note the unrailed frame.
Baker just before he is disarmed.
Officer Lance aims his sidearm at Oliver when he returns to the city as the real Hood.
Lance with his P226 drawn when working with the Arrow in "Broken Dolls" (S02E03).
A side view of Lance's pistol as he pursues the Dollmaker. Note that this is an unrailed model.
Barton Mathis (Michael Eklund
), a.k.a. The Dollmaker, can be seen with Lance's SIG after disarming him.
Malcolm drops the dual P226s on the floor. (S02E08)
Detective Hilton armed with his P226 during a raid. (S02E09)
Thea aims the P226 taken from the corpse of a SCPD officer. (S02E22)
A Starling City airport police officer aims the P226 at Nyssa at the Starling City International Airport in "Heir to the Demon". (S02E13)
A good closeup of the P226 which reveals that the weapon is actually an airsoft pistol being used for the non-firing scenes (note the white writing on the slide, seen on many inexpensive spring-powered airsoft versions of the P226.) (S02E13)
SIG-Sauer P226 Beavertail
Two of the "Hoods" in "City of Heroes" (S02E01) can be seen with a SIG-Sauer P226 Beavertail (or possibly an Elite, it is not seen in enough detail to determine if it has front slide serrations). It can also be seen being used by some Starling City police officers.
SIG-Sauer P226 Beavertail - 9x19mm
Baker (Douglas Chapman
) with the P226 Beavertail before being disarmed. This is a continuity error, changing to a regular unrailed P226 in the next shot.
Deveau (Jason Griffith
) with the P226 Beavertail during the shootout at Queen Consolidated.
A police officer firing his P226 Beavertail during the shoot-out at the gun buyback event in "Crucible" (S02E04).
A SIG-Sauer P228 is used by Amanda Waller as her main sidearm, first appearing near the end of "Suicide Squad". Lyla Michaels uses one near the end of "Unthinkable".
Amanda clears a corridor with the P228 near the end of "Suicide Squad".
Dual P228s are used by Amanda during a standoff with Diggle, Lyla and some Suicide Squad members at ARGUS HQ's control room.
Lyla aims a P228 at Amanda during the standoff at ARGUS HQ.
Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett) uses a Browning Hi-Power in "City of Heroes" (S02E01).
Commercial Browning Hi-Power Mark III - 9x19mm
Slade firing the Browning at the pirates holding Shado captive.
Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett) can be seen with a holstered M1911A1 in "Broken Dolls" (S02E03), serving as his main sidearm in the season when he was stranded on Lian Yu. Dr. Ivo uses one in the middle of "The Scientist" (S02E09) in a flashback.
As Slade watches the incoming indirect fire, his holstered pistol can be seen (note the distinctive M1911 grip safety). (S02E03)
Dr. Ivo threatens to execute both Sara and Shado back on Lian Yu in "The Scientist" (S02E09).
Slade sticks his M1911A1 in Oliver's face and threatens him. (S02E12)
"The Captain" (Jimmy Jean-Louis) carries a Walther P38, first seen in "Crucible" (S2E04) and later in "Keep Your Enemies Closer" (S2E06). Dr. Anthony Ivo (Dylan Neal) uses the P38 to execute "The Captain" near the end of "State v. Queen" (S2E07), handing it to another man. The P38 is seen again in the hands of the new "Captain" near the end of "The Scientist" (S2E08) and some of Ivo's men in "The Promise" (S2E15). Hendrik Von Arnim (Artine Brown) aims a P38 at Sara and at the other survivors in a flashback sequence in the middle of "Birds of Prey". Oliver and Sara use the P38 at different times in "The Man in the Hood".
"The Captain" aiming his pistol through the bars of Oliver's cell in "Crucible" (S02E04).
"The Captain" with his P38 in "Keep Your Enemies Closer" (S02E06).
Dr. Ivo shoots "The Captain" in the head. (S02E07)
The new "Captain" aims the P38 at Oliver and Shado at the abandoned Imperial Japanese Navy submarine. (S02E08)
An unidentified member of Ivo's crew can be seen with a P38 during the firefight in "The Promise" (S02E15).
A closeup of the P38 in Ivo's hand in "The Promise" (S02E15).
Sara (Caity Lotz
) aims the P38 at a wounded Ivo back in Lian Yu in "The Man in the Hood".
Oliver executes the wounded Ivo by firing the P38 at close range.
The Baikal IJ-70s are used by several characters in "Keep Your Enemies Closer" (S02E06).
Baikal IJ-70 - 9x18mm Makarov
The Russian police officers who arrest Diggle carry IJ-70s.
John Diggle (David Ramsey
) acquires an IJ-70 from a prison guard during his escape.
Diggle aiming his pistol at Deadshot. Note the adjustable rear sight which identifies this an an IJ-70 rather than a Makarov PM
IMI Desert Eagle
A drug dealer uses an IMI Desert Eagle against Oliver at the start of "Blast Radius" (S02E10).
IMI Desert Eagle MK XIX - .44 Magnum. Note that the .44 Magnum version of the Mark XIX has a fluted barrel, which is absent from the .50 AE version.
The drug dealer firing his Desert Eagle at Oliver.
Smith & Wesson 4006
Mark Scheffer aka the Shrapnel (Sean Maher) uses a Smith & Wesson 4006 near the end of "Blast Radius" (S02E10).
Smith & Wesson 4006 - .40 S&W
Scheffer aims his 4006 at Diggle and Felicity.
The 4006 aimed at Felicity after he shot Diggle on his right shoulder.
Colt Double Eagle
What appears to be a Colt Double Eagle is used by Laurel near the end of "Blind Spot" (S02E11).
Colt Double Eagle - .45 ACP
Laurel fires the pistol at Brother Blood.
What appears to be a Makarov PM is used by Brother Blood near the end of "Blind Spot" (S02E11).
Russian Makarov PM - 9x18mm.
Brother Blood takes aim with the Makarov PM.
Oliver Queen uses a Walther P99 at the start of "Suicide Squad" when he disarms a Bratva Boyevik of his sidearm.
Walther P99 - 9x19mm. Note the ramped trigger guard, small slide serrations, closed and proprietary accessory rail, short magazine release and slightly more curved 'tail' of the pre-2004 models.
Oliver calmly aims the P99 at the head of a Bratva Brigadier officer during a meeting in Starling City.
Lyla uses a Beretta 92FS as her main sidearm during her time with the US Army in "Suicide Squad" in a flashback sequence.
Current American made Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm. Note the slanted dust cover, recurved backstrap and hex grip screws which distinguish this from earlier versions.
Lyla aims her 92FS at Gholem Qadir after being discovered to be a fake refugee.
Beretta Px4 Storm
A Beretta Px4 Storm is used once by a hired teenager in "Birds of Prey".
Beretta Px4 Storm - 9x19mm
The Px4 Storm aimed at Roy in "Birds of Prey".
TiSAS Zigana Sport
Slade uses a TiSAS Zigana Sport pistol as his main sidearm, first seen in "The Man in the Hood".
TiSAS Zigana Sport (American Tactical Imposts FS9) - 9x19mm
Deathstroke opens fire at the Arrow Team in "The Man in the Hood".
Smith & Wesson 3913 LS "Ladysmith"
Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau) opens fire at Oliver with a Smith & Wesson 3913 LS "Ladysmith" pistol near the end of "The Man in the Hood".
Smith & Wesson 3913 LS "Ladysmith" - 9x19mm
Isabel aims the Ladysmith at a fleeing Oliver.
Firing the Ladysmith while taking cover.
IMI Jericho 941
Sara uses a IMI Jericho 941 near the end of "Seeing Red", using it to wound Roy who is out of control due to the Mirakuru serum.
Jericho 941 R (early model) - 9x19mm. The Jericho 941 F version moved the decocker from the slide to the frame.
Sara aims the Jericho at Roy while using her Black Canary costume.
Para-Ordnance Warthog Stainless
The Clock King (Robert Knepper) is seen here using a Para-Ordnance Warthog Stainless in the episode "Time of Death".
Para-Ordnance Warthog Stainless
Note Stainless controls and 6 grooves in the slide.
Rossi Model 971
A Rossi Model 971 can be seen at a gun buyback event in "Crucible" (S02E04).
Rossi Model 971, 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
The front end of the Rossi can be seen protruding from the bottom right of the bin, identifiable by the design of the front sight base.
Smith & Wesson Model 586
Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) surrenders a Smith & Wesson Model 586 during a gun buyback event in "Crucible" (S02E04). It is described as a K frame revolver, however based on the full length barrel underlug it appears that it is actually an L frame Model 586.
Smith & Wesson Model 586, 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
One of the workers at the gun buyback event takes the pistol from its bag. Note the full length underlug.
Smith & Wesson Model 640
Quentin Lance uses a Smith & Wesson Model 640 revolver as his backup sidearm, first seen in "League of Assassins" (S2E05).
Smith & Wesson Model 640 Centennial - .357 Magnum
Quentin fires his sidearm at a League of Assassins ninja.
Heckler & Koch UMP45
Baker (Douglas Chapman) in "City of Heroes" (S02E01) carries a Heckler & Koch UMP45.
Heckler & Koch UMP45 - .45 ACP
Baker can be seen on the left. Note the long, straight magazine that identifies his UMP as a .45 caliber variant.
Baker aiming his UMP at Oliver during the shootout at Queen Consolidated.
Baker can be seen with his UMP when the "Hoods" attack Verdant.
Kimel AP-9s are used by Triad bikers in "Identity" (S02E02). A gunman working for Count Vertigo uses one in "State v. Queen" (S02E07). A gangster uses one in a shootout with SCPD officers in the beginning of "Birds of Prey" (S02E17).
A Triad biker opens fire at Roy's Ford Mustang when he attempts to stop a FEMA truck hijacking.
Triad bikers gun down FEMA drivers at a FEMA staging point near Starlight City.
One of Count Vertigo's men in "State v. Queen" (S02E07) carries a Kimel AP-9
A gangster opens fire with the AP-9 at SCPD officers.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Heckler & Koch MP5A3s fitted with UMP stocks, railed handguards and ACOGs are used by Starling City Police Special Operations officers, first seen in "Identity" (S02E02). ARGUS security guards use them as their main primary weapon, first seen in "Suicide Squad".
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with UMP stock and railed handguard - 9x19mm
A side shot of one of the MP5s as police search the shipping yard for the vigilante.
Several of the officers responding to a potential sighting of the vigilante carry MP5s.
The UMP stocks of the MP5s can be seen in this shot as the police move in to arrest the vigilante at the end of the episode.
A clear view of one of the MP5s when SO officers are disabled by Black Canary's sonic weapon in "Broken Dolls" (S02E03).
A SO officer accompanies Officer Lance and Detective Hilton during a raid. (S02E09)
ARGUS guards stand on duty guarding the cells of the Suicide Squad members. (S02E16)
An armed ARGUS guard debriefs Lyla and Diggle in the middle of "Unthinkable". (S02E23)
In this image, you can clearly see that the 30-round magazine was not loaded into the weapon. (S02E23)
Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion
A Sa. Vz.61 Skorpion can be seen at a gun buyback event in "Crucible" (S02E04). Several criminals can also be seen with Skorpions at the start of "Keep Your Enemies Closer" (S02E06) and in "Birds of Prey" (S02E17).
Sa. Vz. 61 Skorpion with 10 round magazine and stock extended - .32 ACP
The front end of the Skorpion can be seen protruding from the bin in "Crucible" (S02E04).
A criminal running from Oliver with a slung Skorpion in "Keep Your Enemies Closer" (S02E06).
The criminal that Oliver disables with a throwing dart also carries a Skorpion.
A gangster opens fire with the Skorpion at SCPD officers. Note here that he holds it like a pistol.
Another gangster prepares to engage Oliver with the Skorpion.
A Beretta M12 can be seen at a gun buyback event in "Crucible" (S02E04).
The man in the background wearing the leather jacket is carrying a Beretta M12.
Sterling Mk. IV
A Sterling SMG can be seen at a gun buyback event in "Crucible" (S02E04).
The man queuing in the center of this shot is carrying a Sterling Mk. IV with the stock folded.
Another angle of the Sterling showing its side mounted magazine.
IMI Mini Uzi
A criminal can be seen with a Mini Uzi at the start of "Keep Your Enemies Closer" (S02E06).
The man second from the left has a slung Mini Uzi.
A close look at the Uzi as the man is hit by an arrow.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
Slade Wilson (Manu Bennett) uses a Heckler & Koch MP5K when he confronts Dr. Ivo in the middle of "State v. Queen" (S02E07). Some of the mercenaries hired by Helena in "Birds of Prey" use MP5Ks against SCPD SO tac teams. Some of the Suicide Squad members "liberated" by Lyla arm themselves with MP5Ks in the middle of "Unthinkable".
Heckler & Koch MP5K with SEF trigger pack - 9x19mm
Slade aims the MP5K at Dr. Ivo. Note that there are picatinny rails on the side of the submachine gun (S02E07).
A mercenary opens fire with the MP5K at SCPD SO tactical teams.
Suicide Squad members load up on MP5Ks after Lyla breaks them out of their cells.
CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A
Several of the gunmen working for Count Vertigo in "State v. Queen" (S02E09) are armed with what appear to be CZ Scorpion Evo 3 As. This is one of the first productions in the US or Canada to feature the weapon.
CZ Scorpion Evo 3 A - 9x19mm
The henchman on the raised platform and the one taking cover on the right in the foreground are both armed with Scorpion Evo 3 As.
A silhouetted side on view of the Scorpion being held by the henchman on the platform.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1
Mercenaries working for Milo Armitage in "Tremors" (S02E12) are armed with Heckler & Koch MP7A1s. Hired mercenaries use MP7A1s during an attack in "Birds of Prey".
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with Zeiss Z-Point red dot sight and 40-round magazine - 4.6x30mm
A mercenary has his MP7A1 slung on his right shoulder when Bronze Tiger breaches a locked room in Malcolm Merlyn's house (S02E12).
The barrel and foregrip of the mercenary's MP7A1 is crushed after Roy uses his super strength to destroy it.
A mercenary gets gunned down by SCPD SO officers in "Birds of Prey".
Hired thieves in "Time of Death" (S02E14) use Cobray M11/9 submachine guns that are altered to fire on full automatic once they were forced to gun down a Kord Industries Security Service guard.
SWD M11/9 SMG with folding stock - 9x19mm.
The thieves firing the M11/9s at full auto at responding SCPD officers.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
Captain Stein (Lochlyn Munro) uses a Heckler & Koch MP5A2 near the end of "Birds of Prey".
Heckler & Koch MP5-N, A2 model with Navy Trigger Group - 9x19mm.
Captain Stein aims his MP5A2 at the back of who is suppose to be the Huntress.
Armed men working for Slade are seen guarding Thea with IMI Uzis in "Deathstroke".
IMI Uzi with buttstock extended - 9x19mm
Armed men guard Thea with IMI Uzis.
Winchester Model 1300 Defender
Aglin (Derek Hamilton) in "City of Heroes" (S02E01) carries a Winchester Model 1300 Defender.
Winchester Model 1300 with extended tube and pistol grip - 12 gauge
Aglin with the Winchester slung on his back showing the pistol grip.
Aglin firing the Winchester during the shootout at Queen Consolidated. Note that rather than being a factory model with a long magazine tube, this shotgun appears to have a standard magazine tube fitted with an extension.
A side view of the Winchester showing the distinctive shape of the bolt.
Custom Remington 870
A custom short Remington 870 fitted with an M4 type stock, flashlight pump, Ghost Ring sights and a breaching muzzle brake is used by a Starling City Police Special Operations officer near the end of "Identity" (S02E02).
Remington 870 fitted with a pistol grip, Surefire light, and M4-type stock
The SO officer with his shotgun aimed at Oliver.
A Mossberg 500 can be seen during the gun buyback event in "Crucible" (S02E04).
The Mossberg can be seen protruding from the bin on the right. It can be identified as a Mossberg by the shape of the pump and the design of the bolt carrier.
Remington Model 870
Several Remington Model 870s with wooden furniture are used by Iron Heights prison guards as their main weapon in the season.
Remington Model 870 - 12 gauge
An Iron Height prison guard secures several Remington 870s from the security room's armory in "State v. Queen". (S2E07)
An IHP guard confronts Slade on the deserted road with the 870 when he blocks the transport near the end of "Deathstroke". (S2E18).
Starling City Police Special Operations officers use the Colt M4A1 as their main assault rifle in the season. Deveau (Jason Griffith) in "City of Heroes" (S02E01) carries a M4A1. US Army soldiers in Afghanistan use M4A1s in a flashback sequence in "Suicide Squad" (S02E16).
Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock and carrying handle removed - 5.56x45mm
Colt M4A1 with 4 position collapsible stock, RIS foregrip, folding rear sight, and ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm
Deveau firing his M4A1 during the shootout at Queen Consolidated. Note the symetrical 6 pointed muzzle flash suggesting the rifle is fitted with an A1 flash hider
rather than the correct A2
one, a common practice in movies and television series.
Roy Harper (Colton Haynes
) takes Deveau's rifle when the "Hoods" attack Verdant.
Deveau searching the church for Oliver.
Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell
) investigating one of the rifles used by some gangbangers at the start of "Crucible" (S02E04), which are correctly identified as "fully-automatic M4A1 assault rifles".
"The Mayor" (Clé Bennett
) along with several of his men used M4A1s in "Crucible" (S02E04). They are fitted with either EOTech sights, or no rear sight at all.
Several of the M4A1s stolen by "The Mayor" inside their crate.
Several of "The Mayor"'s henchmen with M4A1s during the attack on the gun buyback event.
Diggle (right) and a US Army soldier armed with M4A1s during an Afghan field op in "Suicide Squad".
SCPD SO officers secure a fire escape route in the middle of "Birds of Prey".
IMI Galil SAR
Colton (Giacomo Baessato) in "City of Heroes" (S02E01) carries a Galil SAR.
Colton aiming his rifle at Oliver during the shootout at Queen Consolidated.
Colton with his Galil when Oliver attacks their hideout.
Dr. Ivo's henchmen on the island carry AKMs, first appearing in "City of Heroes" (S02E01). They are also carried by the guards aboard the Amazo in "Broken Dolls" (S02E03).
Note the shape of the receiver where it joins the stock is vertical rather than sloped, suggesting this is an AKM.
Slade shooting the man with the AKM.
Several of the prison guards on the Amazo
carry what appear to be AKMs in "Broken Dolls" (S02E03).
A henchman of Dr. Ivo storms the abandoned Imperial Japanese Navy submarine with an AKM in "The Scientist" (S02E08).
Several of Ivo's henchmen can be seen with what appear to be AKMs in "The Promise" (S02E15). They only seem to appear in non firing scenes whilst Zastava M70 variants are used for firing scenes, indicating that these are possibly non-firing replicas.
An Enfield L85 can be seen during the gun buyback event in "Crucible" (S02E04). As only the front of the rifle is seen, from a distance, it is not possible to determine if it as an A1 or A2 model.
L85A1 with SUSAT - 5.56x45mm
The handguard and barrel of an L85 can be seen protruding from the bin on the left.
Heckler & Koch G36K
A Heckler & Koch G36K can be seen at a gun buyback event in "Crucible" (S02E04).
Heckler & Koch G36K - 5.56x45mm
The man queuing on the right of this shot is carrying a G36K fitted with a Magpul AFG.
A shipment of FN SCAR-Ls fitted with Mk 13 Mod 0 grenade launchers is misappropriated by "The Mayor" in "Crucible" (S03E04). They are described in the episode as "SCAR-16s" by John Diggle.
A SCAR with the stock folded. Although the truck is supposedly carrying a whole shipment of SCARs, only a single rifle is ever seen.
A side view of the SCAR as the stock is unfolded.
Norinco Type 56
Norinco Type 56s are used by Russian criminals and prison guards in "Keep Your Enemies Closer" (S02E06).
Norinco Type 56-1 - 7.62x39mm
One of the members of the Russian mob that sells an armored car to Oliver carries a Type 56 (left).
The guard at the vehicle entrance to the prison carries a fixed stock Type 56, as opposed to the majority of the other guards who carry folding stock Type 56-1s. The armored car is a Canadian Gurkha F5.
Norinco Type 56-1
Norinco Type 56-1s are used by Russian criminals and prison guards in "Keep Your Enemies Closer" (S02E06).
Norinco Type 56-1 - 7.62x39mm
The guard at the gate when Diggle is imprisoned carries a Type 56-1 with the stock folded.
One of the members of the Russian mob that sells an armored car to Oliver carries a Type 56-1 (right).
One of Dr. Ivo's men in "State vs Queen" (S03E07) carries a Zastava M70B1, being the assault rifle used when the Amazo was docked near Lian Yu.
Zastava M70B1 - 7.62x39mm
The henchman on the right is carrying a fixed stock Zastava M70B1.
The M70B1 is visible on the left during Ivo's confrontation with Shado and Slade.
One of Ivo's men with an M70B1 during the firefight on the freighter in "The Promise" (S02E15).
Anatoli Knyazev (David Nykl
) picks up one of the M70B1s during the firefight in "The Promise" (S02E15).
One of Dr. Ivo's men in "State vs Queen" (S02E07) carries a Zastava M70AB2. Another is seen in "Three Ghosts" (S02E09) and in "The Promise" (S02E15).
Zastava M70AB2 - 7.62x39mm
The henchman on the left is carrying a folding stock Zastava M70AB2. (S02E07)
A maskaed henchman of Dr. Ivo aims his M70AB2 at Oliver and the girls. (S02E09)
Several of Ivo's men can be seen with M70AB2s during the firefight "The Promise" (S02E15).
Remington Model 7600
A scoped Remington Model 7600 can be seen during the gun buyback event in "Crucible" (S02E04).
Remington Model 7600 - .308 Winchester
The barrel and pump of the Remington are just visible on the far left of this shot.
The Remington can be seen protruding from the bin on the right. Note that the pump is partially retracted and not fully to the rear, as indicated by the fact that the indent in the bottom of the pump meant to clear the magazine is an inch or so ahead of the magazine.
During an attempt to kill Slade Wilson in "The Promise" (S02E15), John Diggle (David Ramsey) can be seen with a Barrett M82A1M fitted with a night-vision sight.
Diggle in position with his M82A1M. Just visible in this shot is the slightly shorter top rail and exposed folding front sight.
Diggle taking aim through the scope of his rifle. Note the fixed rear sight of the M82A1M, as opposed to the detachable rail mounted rear sight used on the later M107.
In "Suicide Squad", a guerrilla fighter fires the SVD Dragunov at Diggle and at other American soldiers before the former takes him out.
SVD Dragunov with scope removed - 7.62x54mm R
The Dragunov-armed fighter goes down after being shot several times in the chest.
IMI Galil "Galatz"
What appears to be an IMI Galil "Galatz" with black furniture is used by Deadshot in "Suicide Squad" during the squad's black ops deployment in Markovburg, Markovia.
Galil Sniper, 7.62x51mm NATO
Deadshot peers though the "Galatz"'s mounted riflescope after shooting at the art gallery to create a diversion.
Deadshot examines the "Galatz" in the squad's hideout. Note the folded stock.
Lyla Michaels uses a M72 LAW to take out several of Slade's supersoldiers in the middle of "Unthinkable".
M72 LAW with rocket - 66mm.
Lyla with the spent M72 LAW after she fired it at the supersoldier-occupied tower in Starling City.
What appears to be a M18 smoke grenade by Mark Scheffer to distract Oliver from further pursuing him in "Blast Radius" (S02E10).
The M18 on the street before it detonates.
Quentin uses three primed M26 frag grenades at the start of "Streets of Fire" in order to kill one of Slade's soldiers powered by the Mirakuru formula.
M26 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
The primed M26 grenades near the feet of Slade's soldier in the SCPD precient.
What appears to be a M67 frag grenade is used by Mark Scheffer during a chase in "Blast Radius" (S02E10). However, the grenade is used as a flashbang instead of using lethal fragmentation. Oliver takes one from one of Ivo's men and uses it breach the locked door to the bridge in "The Promise" (S02E15).
"M67 hand grenade" gas bottle.
Mark prepares to hurl out an unprimed M67.
Oliver takes an unprimed M67 from the web belt.
A smoke grenade was used during an attack in "Birds of Prey".
The primed smoke grenade on the floor of a waiting room prior to discharging smoke.
FN Mk 13 Mod 0
A shipment of FN SCAR-Ls fitted with Mk 13 Mod 0 grenade launchers is misappropriated by "The Mayor" in "Crucible" (S02E04).
A side view of Mk 13 Mod 0 mounted on the SCAR.
"The Mayor" (Clé Bennett
) preparing to fire the grenade launcher.
When the launcher is fired, not only does the grenade launch with its case, it also appears to be an S-Thunder airsoft grenade based on the hole in the front which is used to load BBs, paintballs or powder.
Oneida Eagle Kestrel Bow
In season 2, Oliver is given a new bow by Felicity. Although described as custom made, it is actually a slightly modified Oneida Eagle Kestrel compound recurve lever limb bow. Laurel briefly uses this to fire an explosive arrow at the start of "Streets of Fire" (S02E22).
Felicity present to Oliver a new recurve bow, which is the modified Onieida Eagle Kestrel Bow, in his hideout in "City of Heroes". (S02E01)
Oliver fires a grappling arrow from his Kestrel bow in "Identity". (S02E02)
Oliver takes aim with the Kestel at Count Vertigo when he takes Felicity hostage near the end of "State v. Queen" (S02E07)
Oliver prepares to fire an non-lethal explosive arrow at the drug dealer's incoming sedan at the start of "Blast Radius". (S02E10)
Laurel pulls the draw string of Oliver's recurve bow prior to launching the explosive arrow. (S02E22)
PSE Chaos AD
Customised Precision Shooting Equipment Chaos AD compound bows with a black finish are the standard weapons used by members of The League of Assassins. Malcolm Meryln uses one when he shows up for the first time in Starling City at the end of "State v. Queen" (S02E07). Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law) uses one as her main weapon in "Heir to the Demon" (S02E13).
Malcolm with the compound bow after he takes out Moira's personal chauffeur. (S02E07)
Nyssa prepares to fire an arrow at Oliver after he shows up. (S02E13)
What appears to be a longbow is used by Shado throughout the season.
Shado uses the longbow against Dr. Ivo in "State v. Queen" (S02E07).
Felicity triggers a World War II-era landmine in "City of Heroes" (S02E01).
Diggle uncovers the landmine Felicity triggered accidentally (S02E01).
Oliver sets up a series of motion activated pistol crossbows firing cables to capture the female vigilante in "Crucible" (S02E04). Helene Bertenelli uses one of her own in "Birds of Prey".
One of the crossbows fitted to a remote mount.
A front on view of another of the crossbows.
Helena aims the pistol crossbow on Frank during an ambush.
Deadshot uses a wrist gun as his main sidearm from the first season after he is forced to join up with the Suicide Squad, first showing up in "Suicide Squad". Deadshot uses it like a two-round pistol.
Deadshot with the wrist gun used to take out two armed men in the hidden room.
Deadshot aims his wrist gun at ARGUS officers after he helps Diggle and Lyla seize control of the control room in "Unthinnkable".