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Bergerac - Season 7

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Bergerac S07 DVD.jpg
Country UKD.jpg UK
AUS.jpg Australia
Channel BBC
Seven Network
Creator Robert Banks Stewart
Genre Detective
Broadcast 1989
No. of Episodes 9
Main Cast
Character Actor
Detective Sergeant Jim Bergerac John Nettles
Charlie Hungerford Terence Alexander
Detective Chief Inspector / Superintendent Barney Crozier Sean Arnold
Susan Young Louise Jameson
Detective Constable Ben Lomas David Kershaw
Detective Constable Willy Pettit John Telfer
Peggy Masters Nancy Mansfield

The following weapons were used in Season 7 of the television series Bergerac:



Smith & Wesson Model 10HB

Special Branch DI Walter (David Troughton) carries a nickel plated Smith & Wesson Model 10HB in "Weekend Off" (S07E05). DS Jim Bergerac (John Nettles) briefly holds Walter's revolver after the latter is wounded. Special Branch DC Rushden (Simon Dutton) is armed with a common blued S&W Model 10HB.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 HB (heavy barrel) revolver (Post 1950s Model) - .38 Special
DC Rushden runs to Charet's car with a revolver in hand.
DI Walter draws his revolver when pursuing Sylvester Silver.
Another view of Walter's revolver.
The revolver lies near wounded Walter.
Bergerac holds Walter's revolver.

Smith & Wesson Model 19

David Mason (David Schofield) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 19 in "Second Time Around" (S07E09). In the final scene Charlie Hungerford (Terence Alexander) manages to disarm Mason and takes the gun. During the robbery of the cash couriers, bank security guards is armed with revolvers that also seem to be a S&W Model 19s.

Smith & Wesson Model 19 Combat Magnum - .357 Magnum
Mason holds his revolver in the scene in Ted Grob's villa.
Mason holds Ted Grob (Rupert Frazer) at gunpoint.
A security guard draws his revolver.
The revolver near the dead guard.
Mason holds his revolver in the final scene.
Charlie Hungerford picks up the gun.

Unidentified revolvers

In the opening scene in "Weekend Off" (S07E05) DS Jim Bergerac (John Nettles) carries a revolver in shoulder holster. This revolver may be a Smith & Wesson Model 36 that is widely used throughout the series, but it's only a guess. In one scene in London a number of uniformed police officers are armed with revolvers.

Jim Bergerac carries a revolver in shoulder holster. Only the grip is seen.
Uniformed police officers with revolvers approach to Jim Bergerac, suspecting him to be a criminal. The officer in center is CI Tibbson (Sam Cox).


Smith & Wesson 39

Sylvester Silver (Geoffrey Hutchings) uses a Smith & Wesson 39 pistol in "Weekend Off" (S07E05). After Jim Bergerac disarms Silver, the pistol falls in hands of Anton Charet (James Faulkner).

Smith & Wesson 39-2 with plain hammer - 9x19mm
Silver holds Janine Charet (Marianne Borgo) at gunpoint.
Bergerac knocks the gun out of Silver's hands.
Anton Charet holds the pistol.
The plain hammer is seen.

Beretta 84

Baker (Tim Douglas) uses a Beretta 84 in "Old Acquaintance" (S07E07). When Jim Bergerac disarms Baker, Philippa Vale (Liza Goddard) picks up the gun.

Beretta 84 (earlier version with round trigger guard) - .380 ACP
Baker holds his pistol during the kidnapping of Susan Young (Louise Jameson). Judgind by length of the grip, this is a Beretta 84 rather than a Beretta 85 that looks nearly the same but has the shorter grip.
Another view of the same scene.
Bergerac knocks the gun out of Baker's hands.
Philippa Vale holds the pistol.

Browning Hi-Power

Oliver Sutton (George Costigan) uses a Browning Hi-Power in "Trenchard's Last Case" (S07E08).

Classic Commercial Browning Hi-Power (Belgian manufacture) - 9x19mm
A 9mm cartridge of Sutton's pistol.
Sutton loads the magazine.
The pistol on the table.
Sutton aims at Trenchard (Alec McCowen).
A good view of the pistol. The serial number, starting with 924, indicates that the pistol was manufactured in 1960.
Sutton fires at Jim Bergerac.

Luger P08

Damian Shore (Derrick Branche) draws a Luger P08 in the final scene in "Second Time Around" (S07E09).

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
Damian Shore draws his pistol.
He fires.

Unidentified pistol

The first kidnapper (uncredited) in "Weekend Off" (S07E05) is armed with a pistol that is seen very briefly, supposedly an M1911-style gun.

The kidnapper with a pistol in hand rushes to Charet's car.
Another view of the pistol.
The kidnapper aims at Charet.

Submachine Guns


Harry Tilson (Donald Sumpter) and Arthur Medley (Prentis Hancock) are armed with MAC-10 SMGs during the robbery of cash couriers in "Second Time Around" (S07E09).

Ingram MAC-10 - 9x19mm
Tilson readies his MAC-10.
Medley with the MAC-10.
Tilson with the MAC-10.
Tilson aims his gun at the cash couriers.
Medley fires at a security guard.


Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotgun

The second kidnapper (uncredited) in "Weekend Off" (S07E05) is armed with a Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotgun.

Stevens 311R (sawed-off) - 12 gauge
The kidnapper aims the sawed-off shotgun at the driver.
The sawed-off stock is seen when the kidnapper hits the driver.
The barrels are seen.


Parker-Hale Model 1200

Bonnie Hawkesworth (Frances Tomelty) uses a Parker-Hale Model 1200 rifle in the climactic scene in "The Other Woman" (S07E04). Several police snipers are armed with Parker-Hale Model 1200 sniper rifles in "Weekend Off" (S07E05).

Parker-Hale 1200 series rifle
DC Ben Lomas (David Kershaw) examines the rifle in Hawkesworth's house in "The Other Woman".
Bonnie Hawkesworth with the rifle.
A close-up of the muzzle and the front sight.
Bonnie holds the rifle.
Bonnie operates the bolt.
A close-up of the bolt.

A sniper at the foreground holds a Parker-Hale rifle in the climactic scene in "Weekend Off".

Takedown M1 Carbine

A takedown M1 Carbine with sniper scope and sound suppressor is used by Baker (Tim Douglas) in "Old Acquaintance" (S07E07) and by Damian Shore (Derrick Branche) in "Second Time Around" (S07E09). This is exactly the same prop that is seen in Seasons 2 and 4.

The Modern Manufactured version of the M1 Carbine, with standard stock, from Auto-Ordnance (affiliated with Kahr Arms and Thompson Arms) - .30 Carbine
Baker assembles the carbine in "Old Acquaintance".
He attaches the suppressor...
...and loads the rifle.
Baker on shooting position. The suppressor is obviously negligent turned upside down so it partially overlaps the sniper scope. Such blunder appears only in this episode while in other use cases of this carbine the suppressor is attached correctly.

The disassembled carbine in the case in "Second Time Around".
Damian Shore attaches the sniper scope.
Damian on the shooting position.
The barrel with the sound suppressor.
Damian fires.
Damian observes the results of his marksmanship.

Unidentified sniper rifles

Police snipers are armed with unidentified sniper rifles in "Weekend Off" (S07E05).

A police sniper with the rifle in the scene, set on the Jersey island. The shape of the rear part of the bolt resembles several Sako and Tikka models but none of such rifles existed in 1980s.
A sniper is seen through the car glass in the same scene. His rifle is fitted with a very long sniper scope.
During the hostage sequence in London, a sniper of SCO19 unit operates the bolt of his rifle.
Another sniper of SCO19 unit. His rifle has a heavy barrel without iron sights.
Two snipers of SCO19 unit with rifles. These guns have more slim barrels and iron sights.
One more sniper with a rifle.

Other Weapons

Smoke Grenades

Harry Tilson (Donald Sumpter) and Arthur Medley (Prentis Hancock) use smoke grenades during the robbery in "Second Time Around" (S07E09).

Arthur Medley throws a smoke grenade.

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