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Dark Blue (TV Series)

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Dark Blue (Television Series) Season 1 (2009)
The cast of Dark Blue (2009 - 2010)

The following weapons were used in the television series Dark Blue:


Colt MK IV Series 80

Lt. Carter Shaw (Dylan McDermott) switches his SIG-Sauer P228 to a customized Colt MK IV Series 80 halfway into the first series. The same pistol is also used by Jimmy (Cole Hauser) in the series Chase and also by Detective Ludlow (Keanu Reeves) in the film Street Kings. Before the particular gun becomes Shaw's sidearm in the series, an unknown thug working for Howard (Al Sapienza) can briefly be seen with it, before being gunned down by Curtis in episode "Purity" (S01E03). Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick) also uses Shaw's Colt briefly in episode "Shell Game" (S02E08).

Colt MK IV Series 80 - .45 The weapon pictured here is the actual screen-used handgun used from the film Street Kings and also the TV series Dark Blue and Chase.
A thug with the gun going down. (S01E03)
Shaw holds a couple of nosy citizens at gunpoint. (S01E05)
Shaw's Colt rests on table. (S01E05)
Shaw holds his Colt on Tommy Franco (Jonathan LaPaglia). (S01E06)
Shaw reloads his Colt as he and Dean are posing as perps. (S01E07)
Shaw jumps over a counter while firing at Ty and another cop. (S01E07)
Shaw holds his customized Colt on the Serbian gangster Victor (Rhys Coiro). (S02E01)
Shaw fires his customized Colt at a hitman. (S02E02)
Shaw holds his badge and his gun on Billy Hoffman (Rick Hoffman). (S02E04)
Lt. Shaw holds his Colt after a firefight. (S02E07)
Ty holds the customized Colt on Josh (Cory Hardrict). (S02E08)
Carter fires his custom Colt at a terrorist suspect. (S02E10)

Kahr K9

After the pilot, Jaimie Allen (Nicki Aycox) starts carrying a Kahr K9 pistol as her sidearm. She carries it throughout the first series. In episode "Jane Wayne" (S02E06) a thug named Lil Ant (Brock Lumarque) disarms Officer Allen of her Kahr and fires it at her teammates (altough, unsuccesfully).

Kahr K9 - 9x19mm. The weapon pictured here is the actual screen-used gun carried by Nicki Aycox in the series Dark Blue.
Allen holds her Kahr K9 while discussing with her boyfriend. Focus on the pistol instead of the body. (S01E03)
Allen holsters her Kahr after a shootout. (S01E03)
Allen holds her Kahr on Dante Rollings, after dispatching his thug. Note how the slide is locked back after just a few shots. (S01E05)
Allen holds her Kahr on a suspect. (S01E07)
Jaimie holds her Kahr on a Lokes gang member after raiding their Armory. (S01E08)
Allen fires her sidearm during a bust. (S02E03)
Lil Ant commandeers Allen's Kahr. (S02E06)
Jaimie holds her Kahr at the Perry brothers. (S02E10)

SIG-Sauer P226

FBI agents Hollis (Kyle Secor) and Boyle (José Zuñiga) use SIG-Sauer P226s as their sidearms in the pilot episode. Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick) and Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) (from the second episode onwards) also use SIG-Sauer P226s as their sidearms (though Bendis later trades his P226 for a Heckler & Koch USP in S01E08). In episode "Ice" (S01E06) Dan Kemp (Michael Bowen) has a SIG-Sauer P226 as his sidearm. In episode "Betsy" (S01E09), a SIG-Sauer P226 can be seen in the midst of the guns in the hotel room. Dean Bendis uses a SIG-Sauer P226 again in episode "Personal Effects" (S02E10), as he is working undercover. Danny Perry (Johnny Messner) later takes the P226 from Bendis adn uses it to shoot Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick) in the same episode.

SIG-Sauer P226 - 9x19mm
Agent Boyle (José Zuñiga) fires his P226 at Franzine and his crew after the bank job. (S01E01)
Agent Hollis (Kyle Secor) fires his P226 at Franzine and his crew after the bank job. (S01E01)
Dean Bendis aims his P226 at Jimmy Boyd's (Gregg Henry) crew in the climax. (S01E02)
Curtis with his SIG at the ready. (S01E03)
Dean Bendis holds his SIG-Sauer P226 on a Korean gangster he just won. (S01E04)
Dan Kemp (Michael Bowen) pulls his SIG on Tommy Franco (Jonathan LaPaglia). (S01E06)
Bendis holds his P226 on Lt. Jay Frye (Michael Biehn). (S01E07)
A P226 lays on the bed (circled in red). (S01E09)
Ty pulls his badge and his SIG on a smuggler. (S01E09)
Curtis holds his SIG on Raphael Garza (Jose Pablo Cantillo) during a stand off. (S02E03)
Danny (Johnny Messner) fires Bendis' SIG. (S02E10)
Ty fires his P226 at a terrorist suspect. (S02E10)

SIG-Sauer P226 (nickel)

A random criminal can be seen "mexican-carrying" nickel plated SIG-Sauer P226 in episode "Jane Wayne" (S02E06). A drive-by gangster also uses a P226 in the same episode. A gangster working for Walter Shell (Charles S. Dutton) has a nickel SIG-Sauer P226 in episode "Shell Game" (S02E08). Josh (Cory Hardrict) later takes the gun, to be fired upon by Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) to pop off the squibs under his shirt.

SIG-Sauer P226 (nickel plated) - 9x19mm
A criminal with a SIG. (S02E06)
A drive-by gangster holds his nickel P226 (circled in red). (S02E06)
A nickel P226 lays on the table. (S02E08)

SIG Sauer P226 ("Non Gun")

In episode "Shelter of the Beast" (S02E03) Dean Bendis' (Logan Marshall-Green) Heckler & Koch USP briefly turns into a Non Gun SIG-Sauer as he fires his gun into the air to scare off a hitman.

SIG-Sauer "Non Gun"
Bendis fires the SIG "Non Gun". (S02E03)

SIG-Sauer P228

Carter Shaw (Dylan McDermott) uses a SIG-Sauer P228 as his sidearm throught the first half of the first series. He then switches to a customized Colt MK IV Series 80. Jaimie Allen (Nicki Aycox) briefly handles a SIG-Sauer P228 as he is trying to sting a low-level gun deale in episode "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05). One of Maxwell Vasek's (Nicholas Guilak) bodyguards keeps a SIG-Sauer P228 as his sidearm in episode "Dead Flowers" (S02E09).

SIG-Sauer P228 - 9x19mm
Carter Shaw holds his P228 on Jimmy Boyd. (S01E02)
Shaw holds his SIG on Howard (Al Sapienza). (S01E03)
Allen holds the SIG. (S02E05)
One of Maxwell Vasek's thugs holds his P228 on Carter. (S02E09)

SIG-Sauer P239

FBI Special Agent Alex Rice (Tricia Helfer) takes a SIG-Sauer P239 out of a drawer in episode "High Rollers" (S02E04), as he prepares to meet Billy Hoffman (Rick Hoffman) during a sting operation.

SIG-Sauer P239 - 9x19mm
Alex holds her P239. (S02E04)

Colt Government Model

Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick) keeps a nickel plated Colt Government Model pistol in a safe box, alongside a Beretta 92FS. He takes it out and uses it in the pilot episode after Lt. Shaw (Dylan McDermott) sends him back undercover. Jack Walsh (Clayne Crawford) also keeps an M1911A1 as his sidearm in episode "K-Town" (S01E04). He is only briefly seen firing it at Curtis, but he is quickly disarmed by Dean Bendis. His 1911 seems to be fitted with either Novak or Bomar sights. Lt. Jay Frye (Michael Biehn) also uses a customized M1911A1 as his sidearm in the episode "O.I.S" (S01E07). His 1911 is fitted with Novak sights. A thug working for a smuggler named Frank (Jamie McShane), also briefly handles a regular M1911A1 in the beginning of episode "Betsy" (S01E09). One is also seen in the same episode amidst the guns that Shaw is using as bait. In episode "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05), Kyle Erikson (John Pyper-Ferguson) is seen with an M1911A1 in a promo picture for his militia. In the same episode, Carter Shaw (Dylan McDermott) briefly handles an M1911A1 with wood grips, as he lays it on a table. Danny (Johnny Messner) also uses a customized M1911A1 in episode "Dead Flowers" (S02E09). The gun is similar to what Lt. Frye and Jack Walsh used on the show, and might be the same prop on all occasions.

Colt M1911A1 Commercial - .45 ACP
Ty's Colt and Beretta 92FS lying in a safe box. (S01E01)
Ty loads up his Colt (S01E01).
Ty holds his Colt on Wade. (S01E01)
Jack Walsh fires his gun. (S01E04)
Lt. Frye holds the 1911. Note the Novak sights. (S01E07)
A henchman pulls out his M1911A1. (S01E09)
An M1911A1 lays on the bed (circled in blue). (S01E09)
Kyle Erikson (John Pyper-Ferguson) with an M1911A1. (S02E05)
An M1911A1 lays on the table (circled in red). (S02E05)
Danny (Johnny Messner) with his M1911A1 tucked in his pants. (S02E09)

Colt Government Model (stainless)

Militia leader Kyle Erikson (John Pyper-Ferguson) uses a stainless M1911A1 as his sidearm in Brother's Keeper" (S02E05).

Commercial Satin Nickel M1911A1 Pistol - .45 ACP. Manufactured on license by Remington Rand.
Kyle Erikson (John Pyper-Ferguson) aims his 1911 at Shaw. (S02E05)
Erikson holds his 1911. Note how the gun has sustained a stovepipe malfunction; the slide is locked bak only halfway. (S02E05)

Custom Engraved M1911A1

Carter Shaw (Dylan McDermott) presents Danny Perry (Johnny Messner) with a customized nickel plated and engraved M1911A1 in episode "Personal Effects" (S02E10). As Shaw picks it up and gives it to Danny, his brother Nick (Seamus Dever) takes it from him, but soon gives it back.

Screen used nickel plated Colt Mk IV Series 80 M1911A1 used by Robert De Niro as Senator McLaughlin in the film Machete (2010) - .45 ACP
The M1911A1 lays in it box. (S02E10)
Danny (Johnny Messner) holds the M1911A1 on his brother Nick (Seamus Dever). (S02E10)

Beretta 92FS

Ty Curtis has a Beretta 92FS in a safe box alongside his Colt Government Model in the pilot episode. The Beretta 92FS is also used by a guard and one of Warren Volk's men in the bank during the pilot episode. Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) also keeps a Beretta 92FS in a locked box along with his drugs and cash hidden under his floor boards. He sometimes uses the Beretta when he's undercover, as he can't use his duty gun. A Korean gangster, Kang (Brian Tee) also uses a Beretta 92FS in episode "K-Town" (S01E04). A Korean thug is also seen firing a 92FS in the same episode. A couple of thugs working for Dante Rollings (Gbenga Akinnagbe) are also seen with Berettas in episode "August" (S01E05). Officer Noyce (John T. Woods) and Officer Kim (Yun Choi) of Lt. Frye's (Michael Biehn) rogue task force also carry the Beretta 92FS as their sidearms in episode "O.I.S" (S01E07). A Beretta is also seen lying on a table in a drub lab in the same aforementioned episode. In episode Venice Kings (S01E08), Pike (Matt Bushell) and leader of the Venice Kings Mike O'Neill (Shawn Doyle) both carry Beretta 92FSs. In Betsy (S01E09), Frank (Jamie McShane) also carries a Beretta. In the same episode, a Beretta can also be seen in the midst of the guns that Shaw is using as bait. In episode "Urban Garden" (S02E01), a thug working for Serbian gangster Victor (Rhys Coiro) tries to pull a Beretta 92FS on Lt. Carter Shaw, but is quickly gunned down by Dean Bendis. In episode "Liar's Poker" (S02E02), two hitmen working for Raphael Garza (Jose Pablo Cantillo) use Beretta 92FSs as their guns of choice. A thug working for Raphael Garza pulls a Beretta 92FS during a 'friendly' stand off between Garza and Curtis in episode "Shelter of the Beast" (S02E03). In the same episode, a thug working for another drug dealer tries to use a Beretta during a bust, but is shot down quickly. In episode "High Rollers" (S02E04), Tim Rowe (Max Martini) uses a Beretta 92FS to fire at Shaw and his team after injuring Billy Hoffman (Rick Hoffman). In "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05), Ty Curtis goes undercover as a prison guard truck driver, and has a Beretta 92FS as his appointed sidearm. Dean Bendis later takes the gun from Curtis, and gives it to Carter Shae, who uses it for a good proportion of the episode. Dean also uses his personal Beretta during this episode, as he is undercover and can't uses duty gun. Militia man Kyle Erikson (John Pyper-Ferguson) later confiscates the Beretta from Shaw in his hideout. In the aforementioned episode, several deputies, security guards and a police officer can also be seen with Beretta 92FS pistols as their sidearms. Glenn Fischer (Erik Ladin) also briefly flashes a Beretta tucked in his pants in the same episode. In episode "Jayne Wayne" (S02E06), a couple of Cahill's (Dean Norris) accomplices are seen with Beretta pistols. Several police officers can be seen with Beretta 92FS pistols during the episode "Shell Game" (S02E08).

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Ty's M1911 and Beretta 92FS lying in a safe box. (S01E01)
A guard's Beretta lays on the ground in the bank. (S01E01)
Dean Bendis' Beretta in a safe box. (S01E01)
When Dean retrieves 30 grand for the drug deal, he briefly handles his Beretta. (S01E02)
Kang holds Dean at gunpoint, with an unloaded Beretta. (S01E04)
A Korean thug surrenders with a Beretta in his hand. (S01E04)
A thug holds a Beretta at Ty and Dante's right-hand man Bobby. (S01E05)
A Beretta lies on a table in a drug lab. (S01E07)
Officer Kim (Yun Choi) lowers his Beretta. (S01E07)
Officer Noyce (John T. Woods) holds his Beretta on Dean Bendis. (S01E07)
Pike (Matt Bushell) fires his Beretta at a Lokes hit crew. (S01E08)
Frank (Jamie McShane) pulls his 92FS on Shaw, Allen, and Billy Cline (Channon Roe). (S01E09)
A Beretta lays on the bed (circled in red). (S01E09)
A thug holds his Beretta (by the grip) as he gets shot by Dean. (S02E01)
One of Garza's hitmen takes cover behind a car during the car park shootout. (S02E02)
One of Garza's thugs lowers his gun after a 'friendly' stand off. (S02E03)
Tim Rowe (Max Martini) fires his gun at Shaw. (S02E04)
Shaw holds the Beretta (given to him by Bendis) on a couple of fugitives, who they are helping to flee. (S02E05)
An officer of the Sheriff's department holds his Beretta. (S02E05)
Shaw holds the Beretta on Neal Erikson (Blake Shields). (S02E05)
A couple of guards pull their 92FSs in the federal building during an assassination attempt. (S02E05)
One of Cahill's (Dean Norris) men holds his Beretta. (S02E06)
A couple of police officers hold their Berettas on criminals. (S02E08)

Flashpaper Beretta ("Non Gun")

In episode "Liar's Poker" (S02E02), one of the hitmen working for Raphael Garza (Jose Pablo Cantillo) uses a Non Gun Beretta to kill Michael Dupree (Keith Robinson) at point blank range. Non Guns are electronically-operated and discharge small explosive squibs that make a flash and produce smoke, but they do not eject shell casings or have any moving parts besides the trigger. Since the close proximity of the actors deems blanks unsafe, a Non Gun was used. The gun changes into a real Beretta after this scene.

"Non Gun" Beretta 92F
The hitman fires at Dupree. (S02E02)

Beretta 92FS Inox

A member of the Korean mafia uses a Beretta 92FS Inox as his sidearm in the episode "K-Town" (S01E04). He is seen assembling it in the beginning, in a race against Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green). He uses it later to try to shoot Dean. Neal Erikso (Blake Shields) takes a Beretta 92FS Inox from a police officer in episode "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05), and uses it as his sidearm for the remainder of the episode. Carter Shaw later takes the Beretta away from him, and uses it on Neal's brother. A gansgster, June Bug (Dante Basco) also uses a Beretta 92FS Inox in the episode "Jane Wayne" (S02E06). Pete (Noel Fisher) has a Beretta 92FS Inox fitted with ivory grips in the same episode. He flashes it off to Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green), who takes it from him 'for his own safety'.

Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm
The Korean gansgter with his 92FS Inox. (S01E04)
The Korean "aims" his gun, "gangsta" style. (S01E04)
Neal Erikson (Blake Shields) holds his gun on Shaw. (S02E05)
Shaw holds the Beretta on the injured Kyle Erikson (John Pyper-Ferguson). (S02E05)
June Bug holds his Beretta Inox. (S02E06)
Pete flashes the gun to Dean and Ty. (S02E06)
Dean holds the Beretta as he ducks from drive-by shooters. (S02E06)

Taurus PT92AFS

A hitman working for a drug dealer named Xavier uses a Taurus PT92AFS to try and assassinate a Edwin Finn (Peter Lewis) in the episode "Shelter of the Beast" (S02E03).

Taurus PT92AFS (stainless) with slimline black factory grips - 9x19mm
The hitman fires his Taurus. (S02E03)
Officer Allen kicks the hitman's Taurus away after killing him. In this shot we can see the frame-mounted safety, confirming the gun as a Taurus rather than the similar Beretta 92FS Inox. (S02E03)

Taurus PT99

A thug working for Maxwell Vasek (Nicholas Guilak) carries a Taurus PT99, identifiable by the raised rear sights, as his sidearm in the beginning of episode "Dead Flowers" (S02E09).

Older-model Taurus PT99AF (blued) - 9x19mm
The thug grips his Taurus. Note that this gun is not seen again during the episode, so it's possible that it is a rubber prop. (S02E09)

Beretta Cougar

Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) keeps a Beretta Cougar as his chief sidearm while he's undercover during the pilot episode.

Beretta 8000 Cougar F - 9x19mm
Dean aims his Cougar at Robert Franzine (James Russo). (S01E01)
Dean reacts to Ty walking behind him and aims the Cougar at him. (S01E01)

Ruger KP90

Robert Franzine (James Russo) carries as his sidearm in the pilot episode a Ruger KP90. He uses it most notably in the bank "robbery" during the pilot episode.

Ruger KP90 - .45 ACP
Robert Franzine holds his Ruger P90 .45 on Warren Volk in the bank. (S01E01)
Franzine holds his P90 .45 on Warren Volk after his kidnapping. (S01E01)
Franzine pulls his P90 .45 out to execute Volk. (S01E01)

Ruger KP89

Johnny Moosa (Gonzalo Menendez) carries a Ruger KP89 as his sidearm in the second episode. He uses it to threaten Ty. A gangster uses a Ruger P89 during a drive-by shooting in episode "Jane Wayne" (S02E06). One of Cahill's (Dean Norris) guys also uses a P89 in the same episode. A low-level criminal Franco (Michael Ray Escamilla) also has a Ruger P89 as his sidearm in the episode "Home Sweet Home" (S02E07).

Ruger KP89 - 9x19mm
Johnny Moosa aims his KP89 at Ty. (S01E02)
Johnny puts the KP89 on Ty's head. (S01E02)
Johnny holds the gun on Ty. (S01E02)
A drive-by shooter holds his Ruger (on the left). Note how the slide has jammed; the weapon has sustained a stovepipe malfunction. (S02E06)
Franco (Michael Ray Escamilla) puts his P89 on a table. (S02E07)

Ruger KP95

A criminal can briefly be seen firing a Ruger KP95 at Carter Shaw and Ty Curtis in episode "Personal Effects" (S02E10).

Ruger KP95 - 9x19mm
The criminal fires his Ruger. (S02E10)

Glock 17

Jaimie Allen (Nicki Aycox) carries a two-tone Glock 17 as her sidearm only in the pilot, and can be seen using it in the gun range, and also during the climax shootout of the pilot. Her Glock switches into a Kahr 9 after the pilot, and remains her sidearm for the rest of the series.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation) with stainless steel slide - 9x19mm
Jaimie's Glock under a desk during the bank gig. (S01E01)
Jaimie fires her Glock 17 at Franzine and his crew. (S01E01)

In the pilot episode, some of Warren Volk's and Robert Franzine's men carry regular Glock 17s. In episode "Ice" (S01E06) Tommy Franco (Jonathan LaPaglia) keeps a Glock 17 in his safe. Also one of Dan Kemp's (Michael Bowen) heist crew keeps a Glock 17 as his sidearm in the same episode. In "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05), militia criminal Kenny Cobb (Lee Burns) takes out a Glock 17 from a container in his trailer. A security guard working at the federal building also pulls a Glock 17 in the aforementioned episode, during an assassination attempt on a federal judge.

A Generation 2 Glock 17 - 9x19mm
One of Warren Volk's men tries to pull his Glock, but is shot by Franzine. (S01E01)
One of Franzine's men opens fire on Shaw and Allen. (S01E01)
Tommy Franco with a Glock 17. (S01E06)
One of Dan Kemp's diamond robbers holds a Glock 17. (S01E06)
Kenny Cobb (Lee Burns) holds his Glock. (S02E05)
A security guard pulls his Glock. (S02E05)

Glock 19

In episode "Ice" (S01E06) Joey Becker (Kwame Patterson) pulls out a Glock 19 on Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green). Officer Chavez (Jon Huertas) of Lt. Frye's (Michael Biehn) task force, has a Glock 19 as his sidearm in episode "O.I.S" (S01E07). In the season finale of the first season (episode "A Shot in the Dark"), corrupt undercover DEA agent Steve Fuller (Victor Browne) uses a Glock 19 to fire at Dean Bendis during the beginning deal. FBI Special Agent Alex Rice (Tricia Helfer) carries the Glock 19 as her sidearm throughout the second series. Phil Doyle (Jack Stehlin), a hitman working for the Serbian gangster Victor (Rhys Coiro) also uses a Glock 19 in episode "Urban Garden" (S02E01). He wields it both suppressed and unsuppressed. In episode "Liar's Poker" (S02E02), one of Curtis' old contacts, Terry 'Teke' Kerns (Robbie Jones) pulls a Glock 19 on him during a fake deal. Fuentes (Robert Vazquez), one of Raphael Garza's henchmen pulls a Glock 19 during a stand off in episode "Shelter of the Beast" (S02E03). A drug dealer pulls a Glock 19 in episode "Shell Game" (S02E08). Maxwell Vasek (Nicholas Guilak) also uses a Glock 19 as his sidearm in the beginning of episode "Dead Flowers" (S02E09). Carter Shaw later disarms him of the Glock. There's also a continuity error in the scene, as the Glock turns into a Glock Non Gun after Vasek points it at Carter. Nick Perry (Seamus Dever) uses a Glock 19 in episode "Personal Effects" to question a russian mobster.

Glock 19 (2nd Generation) - 9x19mm
Joey Becker (Kwame Patterson) holds Dean at gunpoint. (S01E06)
Officer Chavez (Jon Huertas) holds a Glock 19 on a drug dealer. (S01E07)
DEA agent Steve Fuller (Victor Browne) fires his Glock at Dean. (S01E10)
Phil Doyle (Jack Stehlin), a hitman, holds his Glock on Dean Bendis. (S02E01)
Phil Doyle holds his suppressed Glock on Bendis, before leaving to assassinate Carter Shaw. (S02E01)
Undercover FBI Special Agent Alex Rice (Tricia Helfer) holds her Glock during a bust. (S02E01)
Alex holds his Glock after gunning down a perp. (S02E02)
Teke (Robbie Jones) holds his Glock on Curtis. (S02E02)
Fuentes holds his Glock. (S02E03)
Alex Rice holds her Glock on Cahill (Dean Norris). (S02E06)
A drug dealer pulls his Glock. (S02E08)
Maxwell Vasek's Glock on his waist. (S02E09)
Nick Perry holds his Glock on a mobster. (S02E10)

Flashpaper Glock ("Non Gun")

In episode "Dead Flowers" (S02E09), Maxwell Vasek's (Nicholas Guilak) Glock 19 turns into a Non Gun Glock. Non Guns are electronically-operated and discharge small explosive squibs that make a flash and produce smoke, but they do not eject shell casings or have any moving parts besides the trigger. Since the close proximity of the actors deems blanks unsafe, a Non Gun was used.

Glock Non Gun
Vasek holds the gun on another criminal. (S02E09)
Carter holds Vasek's own gun on him. (S02E09)

Glock 21

In episode "O.I.S" (S01E07) Ty Curtis exceptionally has a Glock 21 as his sidearm, as he is trying to infiltrate a task force, led by Lt. Jay Frye (Michael Biehn). This involves him going back to work as a plain clothes officer. Apparently the Glock 21 was Curtis' duty weapon.

Glock 21 (3rd Generation) - .45 ACP
Ty Curtis holds his Glock on a drug dealer. Note the bore size, clearly bigger than a 9mm. (S01E07)
Curtis aims his Glock 21. (S01E07)

Glock 26

A Korean gangster, Kang (Brian Tee) is briefly seen loading up a Glock 26 in episode "K-Town" (S01E04).

Glock 26 - 9x19mm
Kang lowers a Glock 26 on a safe. (S01E04)

Springfield Armory XD

One of Johnny Moosa's (Gonzalo Menendez) crew uses a Springfield Armory XD in the second episode.

Springfield Armory XD - 9x19mm
Moosa's thug pulls out his XD. (S01E02)

Heckler & Koch USP

Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick) uses a Heckler & Koch USP to arrest Johnny Moosa when they are in Ty's house in the second episode ("Guns, Strippers and Wives"). Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) starts carrying the USP as his sidearm beginning in S01E08, and uses it for the remainder of the show. A USP can also be seen in the midst of the guns Shaw is using as bait in episode "Betsy (S01E09).

Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
A publicity still showing Ty with a H&K USP.
Ty with the USP. (S01E02)
Ty holds the USP on Moosa. (S01E02)
A USP lays on the bed (circled in blue). (S01E09)
Bendis holds his USP on Ernesto (Wilmer Calderon). (S01E10)
Dean pulls his gun as he's being followed by a hitman. (S02E01)
Dean holds his USP on the Perry brothers in "Personal Effects". (S02E10)

Raphael Garza (Jose Pablo Cantillo) uses a Heckler & Koch USP with a stainless slide as his chief sidearm in episode "Shelter of the Beast" (S02E03).

Heckler & Koch USP with two-tone finish - 9x19mm
Garza (Jose Pablo Cantillo) holds his USP on Ty Curtis during a stand off. (S02E03)

Heckler & Koch USP Compact

Jaimie Allen (Nicki Aycox) briefly wields a Heckler & Koch USP Compact during a setup drug deal in episode "Guns, Strippers and Wives" (S01E02). A thug working for Howard (Al Sapienza) pulls a Heckler & Koch USP Compact when Howard orders him to kill Reuben Pike in episode "Purity" (S01E03). He is gunned down before he gets a chance, though.

Heckler & Koch USP Compact - 9x19mm
Jaimie with the USP Compact. (S01E02)
Heckler & Koch USP Compact - .45 ACP
A thug aims his H&K USP Compact at Pike, but gets shot. The result is a blurry screencap. (S01E03)

Heckler & Koch P30

Cahill (Dean Norris) keeps a Heckler & Koch P30 pistol as his sidearm in episode "Jane Wayne" (S02E06). One of Ahmed Satar's (Navid Negahban) uses a Heckler & Koch P30 as his sidearm in "Personal Effects" (S02E10).

Heckler & Koch P30 - 9x19mm
Cahill (Dean Norris) holds his P30. (S02E06)
Cahill holds his sidearm on Dean Bendis. (S02E06)
One of Ahmed Satar's thugs fires his P30. (S02E10)

Smith & Wesson 4506

In episode 2 ("Guns, Strippers and Wives"), Jimmy Boyd (Gregg Henry) is briefly seen putting a Smith & Wesson 4506 to the head of Ty. The particular 4506 used in this episode is the exact same one used by Keanu Reeves in the 2008 film Street Kings (same armorer, same prop). A pair of snake eyes dice with "Vice Special" is printed on the right side of the slide between the ejection port and the muzzle. The same prop is also re-used in episode "August" (S01E05), as Dante Rollings' (Gbenga Akennagbe) sidearm. Shaw eventually takes the gun away from Dante, and points it at him. In episode "Home Sweet Home" (S02E07) Jack Sutton (Currie Graham) uses a Smith & Wesson 4506 throughout the episode. However, close inspection of the gun reveals that it lacks the custom slide, so it is a different prop. Nick Perry (Seamus Dever) offers Dean Bendis a Smith & Wesson 4506 "with an HK suppressor" in episode "Dead Flowers" (S02E09) to kill his brother Danny (Johnny Messner). Nick later uses the 4506 again in "Personal Effects", pulling it on Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) near the end of the episode.

Smith & Wesson 4506 - .45 ACP. With Novak Lo-Mount rear sights
Jimmy Boyd holds his S&W 4506 to Ty's head. (S01E02) This is the same handgun used by Keanu Reeves in the 2008 film Street Kings.
Boyd with the S&W 4506. (S01E02)
Dante Rollings holds the gun on Ty Curtis. (S01E05)
Shaw holds Dante's own gun on him. Note: here we can see the pair of snake eyes dice with "Vice Special" printed on the slide. (S01E05)
Jack Sutton (Currie Graham) holds his 4506 on Alex Rice. (S02E07)
Sutton puts Lt. Shaw in a very uncomfortable place. (S02E07)
Nick Perry offers Dean his Smith. (S02E08)
Nick holds his Smith & Wesson 4506. (S02E10)

Smith & Wesson 5904

A Korean gangster puts a Smith & Wesson 5904 on Ty's throat in episode "K-Town" (S01E04), when Dean Bendis is accused of cheating by one of the Koreans.

Late Model Smith & Wesson 5904 - 9x19mm
A Korean gangster pulls a Smith & Wesson 5904 on Ty. (S01E04)

Smith & Wesson 5906

A Korean gansgter Kang (Brian Tee) briefly loads a Smith & Wesson 5906 in episode "K-Town" (S01E04). A thug, Hunchy (Giovanni Lopez), working for a drug dealer also uses a Smith & Wesson 5906 pistol in episode "Shelter of the Beast" (S02E03). Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) handles one in episode "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05), as it is given to him by Kenny Cobb (Lee Burns) to get rid of the nozy cops.

Smith & Wesson 5906 - 9x19mm
Kang loads up a Smith & Wesson 5906. (S01E04)
Hunchy (Giovanni Lopez) fires his 5906 at Dean Bendis during a shootout. (S02E03)
Bendis holds the 5960. (S02E05)

Rohrbaugh R9

Ty Curtis pulls a Rohrbaugh R9 in episode "Purity" (S01E03). He uses it to dispatch an enemy.

Rohrbaugh R9S - 9x19mm
Ty holds the Rohrbaugh R9S. (S01E03)


Smith & Wesson 640 Centennial

A drug buyer tries to pull a Smith & Wesson Model 640 Centennial on Shaw in the second episode, when they are trying to come up with a 100 grand to save Ty.

Smith & Wesson Model 640 Centennial - .357 Magnum
The buyer goes down with his Model 640. (S01E02)

Smith & Wesson Model 36

A Smith & Wesson Model 36 snub-nose revolver can be seen Reuben Pike's trunk in the episode Purity (S01E03). Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) and Jaimie Allen (Nicki Aycox) plant this gun, and some coke, in Pike's trunk to make sure he will be co-operative. Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick) also uses one as his back up rod in episode "Shelter of the Beast" (S02E03), and uses it to dispatch a criminal. Curtis has the same revolver a safebox in his apartment in episode "High Rollers" (S02E04). Dean Bendis also uses a Smith & Wesson Model 36 in episode "Dead Flowers" (S02E09), briefly showing it to Nick Perry (Seamus Dever).

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special
A snub-nosed S&W Model 36 lies in Pike's trunk along with some drugs. (S01E03)
Curtis holds the revolver after a shootout. (S02E03)
The Model 36 lays in Curtis' safebox. (S02E04)
Bendis holds the Smith. (S02E09)

Colt Detective Special

In episode "Ice" (S01E06), Dan Kemp (Michael Bowen) gives one his heist crew a nickel plated Colt Detective Special, saying that if he wants out, he has to play Russian roulette.

Colt Detective Special Nickel 3rd Gen - .38 Special
The Colt lays on a table. (S01E06)

Smith & Wesson 66 "Non Gun"

Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) uses a Non Gun Revolver in episode "A Shot in the Dark" (S01E10), as he plants two .38 bullets at a crime scene. Non Guns are used when real, blank-firing guns are not necessary.

Smith and Wesson 66 Revolver "Non Gun". The gun produces a small flame and a puff of smoke as it is used.
Bendis fires the revolver. (S01E10)

Taurus Model 85

In episode "Urban Garden" (S02E01), Dean Bendis pulls out a Taurus Model 85 revolver, as he's working undercover in a fast food restaurant.

Taurus Model 85 (classic Model) in Blued Finish - .38 Special
Bendis at the ready with his Taurus as he investigates a body. (S02E01)

Taurus Model 431

David Lantz (Eric Lange) uses a Taurus Model 431 as his sidearm in the episode ""Home Sweet Home" (S02E07). He later gives the gun to Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick) to dispose of a suspected snitch.

Taurus Model 431 - .44
Lantz holds the Taurus. (S02E07)
Ty holds the revolver on Franco. (S02E07)

Unknown snub-nosed revolvers

In the pilot episode, one of Warren Volk's bodyguards has an unknown snub-nosed revolver in an ankle holster. He tries to use it but is gunned down by one of Franzine's crew members. Lt. Frye (Michael Biehn) is also briefly seen planting a snub nose revolver into the hands of a dead drug dealer in episode "O.I.S." (S01E07). In "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05), a woman tries to assassinate a federal judge with a compact snub-nosed revolver.

One of Volk's bodyguards goes down. (S01E01)
Lt. Frye plants the revolver. (S01E07)
A woman tries to fire her revolver on a judge. (S02E05)

Sub-machine guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

In the second episode when Ty is undercover he is trying to buy guns from Johnny Moosa. Among other weapons there are Heckler & Koch MP5A2s. Moosa also tests one of the MP5's, which is fitted with a holographic sight. A thug from Moosa's crew also tries to use an MP5A2 during the trade in episode 2, but Dean intervenes.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight and Navy trigger group - 9x19mm
Ty handles one of the MP5s. (S01E02)
Moosa explaines the MP5 to Ty. (S01E02)
Moosa fires an MP5. (S01E02)
One of Moosa's crew with an MP5A2. (S01E02)

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

A couple of SWAT officers load up their Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns before a raid in episode "Venice Kings" (S01E08). A hitman fires a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 during a drive-by shootout in episode "Personal Effects" (S02E10).

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight and flash hider - 9x19mm
The SWAT officers load ready their MP5s. (S01E08)
A SWAT officer holds his MP5A3 on a Lokes gang member during a raid on their 'Armory'. (S01E08)
A hitman fires his MP5A3. (S02E10)

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Michael Dupree (Keith Robinson) uses a Heckler & Koch MP5K to jack Carter Shaw's (Dylan McDermott) money and to hold Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick) at gunpoint during a supposed deal in episode "Liar's Poker" (S02E02).

Heckler & Koch MP5K - version with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm
Michael Dupree (Keith Robinson) holds the MP5K on Curtis. (S02E02)
Close-up of Dupree's MP5K. (S02E02)


In episode "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05), Carter Shaw (Dylan McDermott) takes an IMI Uzi out of a gun bag, intending to sell it and a bunch of other guns. Earlier in the episode this gun was the more compact variant, IMI Mini Uzi. The gun turns into an Uzi in this scene.

IMI Uzi with buttstock collapsed - 9x19mm
Shaw holds the Uzi. (S02E05)

Machine pistols

Cobray M11/9

In episode "Venice Kings" (S01E08), a Lokes hit team uses a Cobray M11/9 in a drive-by hit attempt on Venice Kings members. In episode "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05), a militia man named Len tries to pull out a Cobray M11/9 to assassinate a federal judge. A gagster uses a Cobray M11/9 during a drive-by shooting in episode "Jane Wayne" (S02E06). A couple of gangstas uses Cobrays in episode "Shell Game" (S02E08). After Dean and Carter disarm the thugs, Dean picks up the machine pistols.

Cobray M11/9 - 9x19mm. This is the semiautomatic pistol, note how the selector switch is on the opposite side of the receiver and the pins are in different places on the receiver.
The Lokes gangbanger fires the Cobray. (S01E08)
The gangbanger turns around for another burst. (S01E08)
The militian man pulls his Cobray. (S02E05)
The gangster fires his M11 (on the right). (S02E06)
A gangsta fires his M11 at Dean Bendis. (S02E08)
Dean picks up the Cobrays. (S02E08)

IMI Mini Uzi

A IMI Mini Uzi can be seen in a gun bag, that Alex Rice (Tricia Helfer) intends to use to create some intrest by a gun dealer/militia man in episode "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05).

Mini Uzi with stock folded - 9x19mm
The Mini Uzi in the gun bag. (S02E05)


Colt M4A1 Carbine

Most of Robert Franzine's (James Russo) men use M4A1 carbines in the pilot episode, including undercover Officer Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green). They most notably use them during the bank job, and the ensuing shootout. A couple of M4A1s are also seen in episode 2, "Guns, Strippers, Wives": First in the container when Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick) checks Johnny Moosa's merchandise, and later in the back of a van during the trade off.

Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm.
A publicity shot of Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) with an M4A1 carbine.
Dean Bendis wields an M4A1 while entering the bank. (S01E01)
One of Franzine's crew members (Dwayne L. Barnes) opens up on Warren Volks bodyguards. (S01E01)
The crew member fires the M4A1. (S01E01)
Ty checks the M4A1. (S01E02)
A couple of M4A1s in the container in the van behind the man on the right (who is also holding an M4A1). (S01E02)

Colt M4A1 Carbine (flat-top)

One of Neal's (David Fabrizio) men uses a flattop M4A1 with a flip-up adjustable rear sight in episode "O.I.S." (S01E07). Jaimie Allen (Nicki Aycox) also handles a flattop M4A1 in "Betsy", as Shaw and her are preparing a fake smuggling deal.

Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
A man holds his M4A1. (S01E07)
The man holds his M4A1 as Shaw and Neal and the gang is preparing to raid a drug lab. (S01E07)
Allen inserts an empty magazine into an M4A1. (S01E09)
Allen holds the M4A1. (S01E09)

SVD Dragunov

Amidst the weapons that Carter Shaw (Dylan McDermott) uses to fake a transportation deal in S01E09, is a SVD Dragunov. He briefly handles it, as he shows off the gun.

SVD Dragunov sniper rifle - 7.62x54mmR
A Dragunov lays on the bed. (S01E09)
Shaw picks up the rifle, and aims it at his buyer. (S01E09)

M16A1 (with A2 handguards)

Several M16A1 rifles fitted with M16A2 handguards can be seen in a container in episode nine ("Betsy"), as Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) is packing the container.

M16A1 with A2 style handguards - 5.56x45mm. Putting the distinctive A2 handguards on the older rifle was a method used by Movie/TV armorers to simulate A2 rifles when M16A1s were the only ones available.
Several M16s sit in a container. (S01E09)


In "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05), Kenny Cobb (Lee Burns) uses an AKM rifle in the beginning of the episode. Later on in the episode, a thug working for militia leader Kyle Erikson (John Pyper-Ferguson) uses an AKM to hold Carter Shaw (Dylan McDermott) at gunpoint. Kyle Erikson is also briefly seen holding one in a photo in the aforementioned episode.

AKM, stamped steel receiver with slant muzzle brake - 7.62x39mm
Cobb holds the AKM. (S02E05)
Cobb becomes suspicious of Bendis. (S02E05)
Erikson holds an AKM in a photo. (S02E05)
A thug holds his AKM on Shaw in the militia hideout. (S02E05)

AKM (with side-folding stock)

Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) briefly handles an AKM rifle fitted with a side-folding stock in episode "Betsy" (S01E09).

AKM, stamped steel receiver with slant muzzle brake - 7.62x39mm
Bendis holds the AKM. (S01E09)
Bendis racks the action of the rifle. Here the side-folding stock is visible. (S01E09)


Remington 870

Lieutenant Carter Shaw (Dylan McDermott) uses a Remington 870 shotgun with synthetic furniture, rear pistol grip and extended barrel in the pilot episode shootout near the end. Pike (Matt Bushell) also uses a one in episode Venice Kings (S01E08). His shotgun is also fitted with a heat shield.

Remington 870 with black furniture and pistol grip - 12 Gauge
Shaw reloads his shotgun after the shootout. (S01E01)
Shaw with his shotgun after the shootout. (S01E01)
Pike holds his shotgun after a failed hit attempt by a rival gang; the Lokes. (S01E08)

One of Robert Franzine's (James Russo) men is seen loading a black Remington 870 when they prepare for the bank job in the pilot episode. Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) is also seen with one in episode "Ice" (S01E06) as he robs a couple of robbers of their own stuff. Officer Kim (Yun Choi) is also briefly seen with one, when Lt. Frye's rogue task force is outside Dean Bendis' apartment in episode "O.I.S." (S01E07). Dean Bendis again uses one in the episode "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05), to bust out Shaw and a couple of fugitives out of jail. Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick) also uses a Remington 870 with synthetic furniture in episode "Dead Flowers" (S02E09), as he and Carter 'kidnap' Dean and a criminal. Danny Perry (Johnny Messner) also uses a Remington 870 shotgun with black furniture during the finale of the second season ("Personal Effects").

Remington 870 with early style factory Remington Black Synthetic Riot furniture - 12 Gauge
One of Franzine's men loads a Remington 870. (S01E01)
Dean Bendis aims his Remington. (S01E06)
Dean holds his shotgun during the prison transfer escape. (S02E05)
Ty holds the black Remington. (S02E09)
Danny Perry (Johnny Messner) holds a Remington 870 at Dean and Jaimie. (S02E10)

During an attack on the Serbian gangster Victor's (Rhys Coiro) hideout in episode "Urban Garden" (S02E01), Ty Curtis (Omari Harwick) uses a Remington 870 shotgun with an extended magazine tube, a breacher barrel and a rear pistol grip. Carter Shaw (Dylan McDermott) also uses this particular shotgun in episode "Shelter of the Beast" (S02E03). He uses it to smash the window of Raphael Garza's (Jose Pablo Cantillo) Mercedez. Carter later uses this same shotgun again in episdoe "Dead Flowers" (S02E09) to 'kidnap' Dean and a criminal.

A screen used Remington 870 with an extended magazine tube, a rear pistol grip and a breacher barrel used on the show Dark Blue - 12 Gauge
Curtis holds his shotgun. (S02E01)
Shaw smashes the window of Garza's Mercedez. (S02E03)
Shaw holds the breacher shotgun on Nick Perry. (S02E09)

David Lantz' (Eric Lange) accomplice Cousin Red (Charles Halford) also uses a Remington 870 shotgun fitted with a pistol grip in episode "Home Sweet Home" (S02E07).

Remington 870 with a synthetic fore-end and a Tac-Star Tommy Gun pistol grip - 12 Gauge
Cousin Red with his shotgun. (S02E07)

When Dean Bendis (Logan Marshall-Green) tries to set up an ecstasy deal while he's undercover in episode "Urban Garden" (S02E01), undercover FBI agent Bill Pierce (Sean Donnellan) pulls a regular Remington 870 shotgun on him.

Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 Gauge
FBI Agent Bill Pierce holds his Remington on Dean Bendis. (S02E01)

Remington 870 Police

Lt. Carter Shaw and Dean Bendis also use tactical Remington 870 Police shotguns fitted dedicated Surefire forend weaponlights whenever they need to make a bust. Officer Allen (Nicki Aycox) is also briefly seen loading one of these Remingtons in episode "K-Town" (S01E04). Ty Curtis (Omari Hardwick) also uses one in episode "Urban Garden" (S02E01), while he's standing by as back up with Jaimie Allen for FBI agent Alex Rice (Tricia Helfer). Undercover FBI agent Bill Pierce (Sean Donnellan) also loads and handles a tactical Remington 870 Police in the same episode, during the bust near the end of the episode. Alex Rice also uses a Remington 870 Police shotgun in the episode "Brother's Keeper" (S02E05).

Remington 870 Police with a Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight - 12 Gauge
A publicity still in which Dean holds a Remington.
Shaw grabs one of the tactical Remingtons. (S01E03)
Dean holds one of the Remingtons after a bust. (S01E03)
Shaw apprehends President Lee (Byron Chung). (S01E04) Note also Officer Allen's Kahr 9.
Dean Bendis holds his Remington 870 Police shotgun in episode "August" (S01E05).
Shaw blows a door open during a drug bust. (S01E07)
Shaw fires his Remington at Bendis in episode Venice Kings. (S01E08)
Curtis holds one of the Remingtons in the car. (S02E01)
FBI agent Pierce grabs his shotgun before a bust. (S02E01)
Rice holds the shotgun. (S02E05)
"Ever see what a shotgun does to a man's face?" (S02E08)

Benelli M1 Series Super 90

A Benelli M1 Series Super 90 is carried and used by one of Lt. Shaw's acquaintance's Neal's (David Fabrizio) men in the episode "O.I.S." (S01E07) during the raid on the drug lab. It is seen fitted with a Surefire tactical light.

Benelli M1 Super 90 with pistol grip, saddle shell holders and Surefire dedicated weaponlight - 12 Gauge
One of Neal's men holds a Benelli on Jaimie Allen. (S01E07)
The guy holds the Benelli on a drug dealer. (S01E07)

Ithaca 37

In episode "O.I.S." (S01E07) Lt. Shaw's (Dylan McDermott) acquintance, Neal (David Fabrizio) uses an Ithaca 37 shotgun when they destroy a drug dealer's lab together.

Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 Gauge
Neal holds the Ithaca. (S01E07)
Neal fires the Ithaca behind Shaw, who is holding a Remington 870. (S01E07)

Mossberg 590 Cruiser

One of Cahill's (Dean Norris) men uses a Mossberg 590 Cruiser shotgun fitted with an extended mag tube, ghost ring sights and a saddle shell holder as his primary firearm in the episode "Jane Wayne" (S02E06). Jaimie Allen (Nicki Aycox) uses the shotgun in the same episode after dispatching Cahill's thug.

Mossberg 590 "Cruiser" with extended magazine tube - 12 Gauge
One of Cahill's men holds the Cruiser (on the left). (S02E06)
Jaimie fires the shotgun. (S02E06)

Machine guns

Browning M1919

In episode "Betsy" (S01E09), a Browning M1919 machine gun can be seen in the midst of the guns Carter Shaw (Dylan McDermott) is using as bait.

A variant of the Browning M1919 developed during World War 2, this model is designated the M37, with the ability to feed from either the left or the right of the weapon - 30-06.
Shaw shows the M1919 to his buyer. (S01E09)


An M60 machine gun can be seen amidst the guns in episode "Betsy" (S01E09), that Carter Shaw is using as bait.

M60 machine gun with bipod extended - 7.62x51mm NATO
An M60 lays on the bed (on the far right). (S01E09)

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