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Doctor Who (New Series) - Season 12

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Doctor Who (New Series) - Season 12
DoctorWhoSeries12Poster.jpg
Country UK
Channel BBC One
Genre Sci-Fi
Broadcast 2020
No. of Episodes 10
Main Cast
Character Actor
The Doctor Jodie Whittaker
Graham O'Brien Bradley Walsh
Ryan Sinclair Tosin Cole
Yazmin Khan Mandip Gill



The following weapons were used in Season 12 of the television series Doctor Who (New Series):



Pistols

Glock 19

In "Spyfall - Part 1", various intelligence agents including Australian Secret Intelligence Service officers Seesay (Darron Meyer) and Browning (Dominique Mager) carry the Glock 19 as their primary sidearm.

Glock 19 - 9x19mm
A Glock 19 lies on the table in a Moscow safehouse in "Spyfall - Part 1".
Seesay draws his sidearm in the Australian outback in "Spyfall - Part 1".
A good side view of Browning's Glock 19 in "Spyfall - Part 1".
Browning aims her weapon in "Spyfall - Part 1".

Glock 17

In "Spyfall - Part 1", London Metropolitan Police firearms officers are seen with holstered Glock 17's whilst guarding MI6 Headquarters. VOR security guards in San Francisco also appear to carry Glock 17's.

Glock 17 - 9x19mm
The firearms officer's holstered Glock 17 in "Spyfall - Part 1".
The VOR security officers with their holstered weapons in "Spyfall - Part 1".

Vektor SP1 Generals Model (Nickel)

In "Spyfall - Part 1", Daniel Barton (Lenny Henry) carries a nickel plated Vektor SP1 Generals Model as his sidearm.

Barton takes out his pistol in "Spyfall - Part 1".
Barton opens fire on The Doctor and her companions in "Spyfall - Part 1".
A side view of the pistol in "Spyfall - Part 1".

Walther P38

In "Spyfall - Part 2", a Nazi SS officer under command of The Master (Sacha Dhawan) is seen armed with a Walther P38 during the 1943 occupation of Paris.

Walther P38 WWII dated with black grips - 9x19mm
The SS officer points his P38 at The Master after his perception filter is deactivated in "Spyfall - Part 2".

Heckler & Koch USP

In "Spyfall - Part 2", various VOR henchmen are seen carrying the Heckler & Koch USP as their standard issue sidearm.

Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
Two VOR henchmen draw their USP's in "Spyfall - Part 2".
A VOR henchman takes cover from laser fire with his USP in "Spyfall - Part 2".

Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 10

In "Nikola Teslas Night of Terror", both Mr. Brady (Russell Bentley) and Thomas Edison (Robert Glenister) are seen carrying the Smith & Wesson Model 10.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver with 5" Barrel - .38 Special
Mr. Brady clutches his revolver as he falls in "Nikola Teslas Night of Terror".
A good side view of Thomas Edison's Model 10 in "Nikola Teslas Night of Terror".
Edison clutches his revolver as he and Yaz run from the Skithra in "Nikola Teslas Night of Terror".

Smith & Wesson Model 36

In "Ascension of the Cybermen", a thief is seen pulling a Smith & Wesson Model 36 on Garda officer Brendan (Evan McCabe).

Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special - 5 shot. First pattern with flat latch cylinder release.
The thief aims his Model 36 at Garda officer Brendan in "Ascension of the Cybermen".
A good closeup of the revolver in "Ascension of the Cybermen".

Submachine Guns

MP40

In "Spyfall - Part 2", various Nazi SS soldiers under the command of The Master (Sacha Dhawan) carry the MP40 during the 1943 occupation of Paris.

MP40 - 9x19mm
The SS soldiers aim their MP40's in "Spyfall - Part 2".
SS soldiers aim their MP40's at The Master after his perception filter is deactivated in "Spyfall - Part 2".

Assault Rifles

Heckler & Koch G36C

In "Spyfall - Part 1", London Metropolitan Police firearms officers are seen carrying Heckler & Koch G36C's with EOTech sights whilst guarding MI6 Headquarters. In "Revolution of the Daleks", firearms officers at an airport are also seen carrying the G36C.

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
The Metropolitan Police firearms officer stands guard with his G36C in "Spyfall - Part 1".
The firearms officer aims at a Dalek in "Revolution of the Daleks".
Another firearms officer raises his rifle in "Revolution of the Daleks".

Hecker & Koch G36 (Modified)

In "The Timeless Children", a blaster rifle used by Ko Sharmus (Ian McElhinney) appears to be a heavily modified Heckler & Koch G36, with a rail from the smaller G36C.

Heckler & Koch G36 with ZF 3x4° dual optical sight - 5.56x45mm
The blaster (right) in Ko Sharmus' armoury in "The Timeless Children".
Ko Sharmus searches his base with the blaster in "The Timeless Children".
A good side view of the blaster in "The Timeless Children". Note the longer G36 barrel but the shorter G36C rail.

Sniper Rifles

Barrett M107

In "Spyfall - Part 1", an American intelligence operative is seen with a Barrett M107 sniper rifle whilst on a mission in the Ivory Coast. It appears to be an airsoft replica.

Barrett M107 - .50 BMG
The American operative takes aim in "Spyfall - Part 1".
A closeup of the rifles grip in "Spyfall - Part 1". Note the Snow Wolf insignia, indicating the weapon is an airsoft replica.

Other

X26 Taser

The X26 Taser is carried by police firearms officers stationed at an airport in "Revolution of the Daleks".

X26 Taser (Yellow).
The police firearms officer with his holstered X26 in "Revolution of the Daleks".


Perkins Steam Gun

In "Spyfall - Part 2", one of many weapons on display at the London Royal Gallery of Practical Science in 1837 is the Perkins Steam Gun, a steam powered projectile shooter somewhat resembling a Gatling Gun. It is later used by Ada Lovelace (Sylvie Briggs).

The Perkins Steam Gun on display at the gallery in "Spyfall - Part 2".
Ada Lovelace fires the Steam Gun in "Spyfall - Part 2".
A side view of the weapon as it is fired by Lovelace in "Spyfall - Part 2".

1837 Home Grenade

In "Spyfall - Part 2", one of many weapons on display at the London Royal Gallery of Practical Science in 1837 is the Home Grenade, an incendiary flashbang designed for home defence that resembles a sea mine. It is later used by Ada Lovelace (Sylvie Briggs).

The Home Grenade being displayed by its inventor in "Spyfall - Part 2".
A closeup of the armed Home Grenade in "Spyfall - Part 2".

Tranquillity Spa Blaster Rifle

In "Orphan 55", Tranquillity Spa security officers Kane (Laura Fraser) and Vorm (Will Austin) carry a variant of carbine laser blaster. In certain continuity errors, the blasters are replaced with older prop variants last seen used by members of the United Earth Colonisation Team in the Season 10 episode "Smile".

Vorm makes his way down a corridor with his rifle in "Orphan 55".
In a continuity error, Kanes blaster changes to an older prop variant in "Orphan 55".
Kane examines a blaster in "Orphan 55". Note that the prop seems to be a plastic shell built around a real pistol.
Bella aims the rifle after disarming Kane in "Orphan 55".

Tranquillity Spa Blaster Pistol

In "Orphan 55", Tranquillity Spa security officers Kane (Laura Fraser) and Vorm (Will Austin) also carry blaster pistols as their sidearms.

Vorms blaster pistol in a chest holster in "Orphan 55".
Two blaster pistols (left) in a weapons case in "Orphan 55".
Kane pulls her sidearm after being disarmed in "Orphan 55".

Silurian Blaster

In "Nikola Teslas Night of Terror", one of the many stolen weapons used by the Skithra is a Silurian Blaster, last seen in the Season 6 episode "A Good Man Goes to War".

The Doctor holds the confiscated weapon in "Nikola Teslas Night of Terror".
Ryan Sinclair shows the weapon under his jacket in "Nikola Teslas Night of Terror".
A full view of the weapon on the desk of Thomas Edison in "Nikola Teslas Night of Terror".

Judoon Blaster Rifle

In "Fugitive of the Judoon", Judoon officers in Gloucester are seen armed with their standard variant of blaster rifles.

A group of Judoon officers with their rifles in "Fugitive of the Judoon".

Gallifreyan Pistol

In "Fugitive of the Judoon", Gat (Ritu Arya) uses a Gallifreyan pistol to execute Lee Clayton (Neil Stuke). The design varies significantly from previous Gallifreyan firearms, last seen in the Season 9 episode "Hell Bent".

Gat aims her pistol at Lee Clayton in "Fugitive of the Judoon".

Gallifreyan Rifle

In "Fugitive of the Judoon", a previously unknown incarnation of The Doctor (Jo Martin) arms herself with a Gallifreyan rifle. It is later used by Gad (Ritu Arya). The design varies significantly from previous Gallifreyan firearms, last seen in the Season 9 episode "Hell Bent".

The Doctor aims the rifle at Gat in "Fugitive of the Judoon".
Gat aims the rifle after disarming The Doctor in "Fugitive of the Judoon".

Unknown Blaster Rifle

In "Praxeus", Suki Cheng (Molly Harris) and her colleagues are seen using an unknown variant of blaster rifle. One is later picked up and used by DI Jake Willis (Warren Brown).

Cheng's colleagues aim their blasters in "Praxeus".
DI Jake Willis fires the blaster in "Praxeus".
Suki Cheng aims the rifle at The Doctor in "Praxeus".

Unknown Blaster Pistols

In "Ascension of the Cybermen" and "The Timeless Children", human survivors Ravio (Julie Graham) and Bescot (Rhiannon Clements) are seen carrying unknown blaster pistols.

Ravio draws her pistol on The Doctor and her companions in "Ascension of the Cybermen".
A closeup of Ravio's blaster pistol in "Ascension of the Cybermen".
A view of Bescot's blaster pistol as she is shot by the Cybermen in "The Timeless Children".

Cyber Plasma Rifle

In "Ascension of the Cybermen", older generation Cybermen guarding The Lone Cyberman (Patrick O'Kane) are armed with Cyber Plasma Rifles. These variants were seen frequently in earlier series, notably used by Rose Tyler (Billie Piper), Micky Smith (Noel Clarke) and members of The Preachers in Season 2 and Season 4.

The two Cybermen flanking The Lone Cyberman with their rifles in "Ascension of the Cybermen".
The Cybermen open fire with their blaster rifles in "Ascension of the Cybermen".

Ko Sharmus Blaster Rifle

In "The Timeless Children", Ryan Sinclair (Tosin Cole) arms himself with a blaster from the armoury of Ko Sharmus (Ian McElhinney) to defend himself against the Cybermen.

The blaster (left) in Ko Sharmus' armoury in "The Timeless Children".
Ryan takes cover with the blaster rifle in "The Timeless Children".
Ryan aims the rifle at approaching Cybermen in "The Timeless Children".

Ko Sharmus Cannon

In "The Timeless Children", Ko Sharmus (Ian McElhinney) uses an automated blaster cannon to defend his base from the Cybermen.

The automated blaster cannon in "The Timeless Children".

Ko Sharmus Hand Grenade

In "The Timeless Children", Ko Sharmus (Ian McElhinney) gives The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) a hand grenade to use against The Master (Sacha Dhawan).

The Doctor holds the grenade to The Master in "The Timeless Children".

Sonic Blaster

The Sonic Blaster is carried by Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) in "Revolution of the Daleks". He was last seen using it in the Season 1 episodes "The Empty Child" and "The Doctor Dances".

Captain Jack Harkness aims his blaster in "Revolution of the Daleks".
Jack fires the sonic blaster at a Dalek in "Revolution of the Daleks".



See Also

Classic Series Classic Series
New Series Season 1  •  Season 2  •  Season 3  •  Season 4  •  2008-2010 Specials  •  Season 5  •  Season 6  •  Season 7  •  2013 Specials  •  Season 8  •  Season 9  •  Season 10  •  Season 11  •  Season 12

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