Doctor Who (New Series) - Season 4
The following weapons were used in Season 4 of the television series Doctor Who (New Series):
Bruni ME-8 Police
In "Planet of the Ood", Klineman Halpen (Tim McInnerny) uses a Bruni ME-8 Police (presumably standing in for a Walther PPK) to threaten the Doctor (David Tennant) and Donna Noble (Catherine Tate), before he becomes an Ood.
The SIG P226 is carried as the sidearm of various UNIT soldiers in "The Sontaran Stratagem" and "The Poison Sky". It is seen used by Privates Carl Harris (Clive Standen), Steve Grey (Wesley Theobald) and Ross Jenkins (Christian Cooke), in addition to Colonel Mace (Rupert Holliday-Evans)
Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3
Glock 26 Advance
The fictional Glock 26 Advance (an airsoft pistol manufactured by Tokyo Marui) is carried by several UNIT soldiers in "The Poison Sky". It contains a built in compensator and extended magazine.
Webley Mk IV
In "Voyage of the Damned", Captain Hardaker (Geoffrey Palmer) carried a Webley Mk IV as his personal sidearm. In "The Doctors Daughter", General Cobb (Nigel Terry) carries one as his sidearm. It is later used by The Doctor (David Tennant) to threaten him.
Taurus Model 65
In "The Stolen Earth", UNIT General Sanchez (Michael Brandon) carries a blued Taurus Model 65 with white grips as his personal sidearm. He later uses it to cover Martha Jones (Freema Agyeman) whilst she escapes from the UNIT New York Building using a teleport.
Modified FNP90s can be seen used in The Doctors Daughter by Human soldiers, including Cline (Joe Dempsie) and Jenny (Georgia Moffett) on Messaline. The props have long gas canisters attached to the bottom of the stock, and appear to use acetylene gas or similar to simulate gunfire for safety reasons.
M4A1 Carbines are used by the Ood Operations security forces during the episode Planet of the Ood. The M4A1s are being seen used with Beta C-Mags, ACOGs, tactical lights, Eotechs and front grips. In The Stolen Earth UNIT Soldiers stationed in New York City also carry the M4.
Heckler & Koch G36
UNIT soldiers, including Private Carl Harris (Clive Standen) and Private Steve Grey (Wesley Theobald) are seen carrying Heckler & Koch G36C's as their primary weapon in "The Sontaran Stratagem" and "The Poison Sky". They are rendered useless by the Sontaran's Cordolaine signal, which excites the copper atoms in bullets and causes them to expand in the gun barrel. Some human soldiers on Messaline are also seen using them in "The Doctors Daughter". Torchwood operatives Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles) and Ianto Jones Gareth David-Lloyd) arm themselves with G36's in "The Stolen Earth" and "Journeys End" to mount a last stand against the Daleks.
Olympic Arms K23B Tactical
UNIT soldiers use M4-type rifles similar to the Olympic Arms K23B Tactical in the episode "The Poison Sky", during the assault on the ATMOS factory. They are said to be firing steel-jacketed rounds, due to copper-jacketed rounds being rendered useless because of the Sontarans Cordolaine signal.
Fabrique Nationale Minimi
A FN Minimi is seen briefly being fired by a Ood Operations security operative at the Ood in the episode "Planet of the Ood".
An FIM-92A Stinger is used by UNIT to regain access to the Atmos factory in 'The Poison Sky'.
Sontaran Battle Rifle
Sontaran soldiers carry a fictional battle rifle in "The Sontaran Stratagem" and "The Poison Sky". It fires red plasma bolts that kill the target with no noticeable entry or exit wounds.
Hath Battle Rifle
In "The Doctors Daughter", Hath soldiers on Messaline use a distinguishing battle rifle, that appears to fire regular bullets. The props also contain gas canisters attached to the bottom, and likely also use acetylene gas or similar to simulate gunfire for safety reasons.
In "The Stolen Earth", Wilfred Mott (Bernard Cribbins) uses a paintball gun to attempt to blind invading Daleks so he and his daughter can escape. This proves useless however, as the Daleks are able to vaporise any paint that obstructs their vision.
In "The Stolen Earth", Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) is armed with a large energy blaster, similar to those used by The Preachers in Season 2.
In "The Stolen Earth", Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) arms himself with the Defabricator gun to face off against the Daleks. This weapon was last seen in the Season 1 episode "The Parting of the Ways".
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