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Doctor Who (New Series) - Season 5

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Doctor Who (New Series) - Season 5
Doctor Who Series 5 Poster.jpg
Country UK
Channel BBC One
Genre Sci-Fi
Broadcast 2010
No. of Episodes 15
Main Cast
Character Actor
The Doctor Matt Smith
Amy Pond Karen Gillan
Rory Williams Arthur Darvill
River Song Alex Kingston

The following weapons were used in Season 5 of the television series Doctor Who (New Series):


Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3

Guards aboard the starship Byzantium in "The Time of Angels" carry Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3s as their sidearms. Church soldiers (or "clerics") led by Father Octavian (Iain Glen) and River Song (Alex Kingston) also carry them as sidearms. The Doctor (Matt Smith) later uses one to shoot out a gravity globe.

Airsoft Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3-6mm Ball Bearing
The pistol (circled) in the guards holster in "The Time of Angels".
Father Octavian's holstered pistol (circled) in "The Time of Angels".
The Doctor takes aim in "The Time of Angels".
River with her sidearm drawn in "Flesh and Stone".

Glock 26 Advance

The fictional Glock 26 Advance (an airsoft pistol manufactured by Tokyo Marui) is carried by guards at the Stormcage Containment Facility in "The Pandorica Opens". It contains a built in compensator and extended magazine.

Tokyo Marui "G26 AdVanced"
The Stormcage guard with his holstered G26A in "The Pandorica Opens".
A closeup view of the pistol in "The Pandorica Opens".

Double Action Derringer

A Double action derringer, but not a DA38 Derringer as previously believed, is used as an energy weapon by River Song (Alex Kingston) at the beginning of "Time of Angels" to carve a message into a ship's home box.

River Songs Double Action Derringer (make and model to be identified)
River Songs Double Action Derringer (make and model to be identified)


Webley Mk IV

Professor Edwin Bracewell (Bill Paterson) contemplates suicide with a Webley Mk IV after discovering he is an android in "Victory of the Daleks".

Webley Mk. IV .38
The open revolver in "Victory of the Daleks".
Bracewell contemplates suicide in "Victory of the Daleks".


Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I

British Soldiers guarding the Cabinet War Rooms in "Victory Of the Daleks" carry Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I rifles as their primary weapon.

Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk I - .303 British.
The Doctor is greeted by the business end of three rifles in "Victory of the Daleks".
Three soldiers alongside Prime Minister Winston Churchill aim at The Doctor in "Victory of the Daleks".
Two soldiers are gunned down by a Dalek in "Victory of the Daleks".
A stack of rifles after the victory in "Victory of the Daleks".


12 Gauge Double Barrelled Shotgun

Ambrose Northover (Nia Roberts) retrieves an old 12 Gauge Side by Side Shotgun with exposed hammers for potential defense in "The Hungry Earth".

Charles Parker 1878 Shotgun - 12 Gauge
Ambrose carries the weapons to the van in "The Hungry Earth".
The shotgun (left) in the van in "The Hungry Earth".

Submachine Guns

FN P90

In "The Time of Angels", Church soldiers (or 'clerics') led by Father Octavian (Iain Glen) carry modified FN P90s as their primary weapons. They have oversized M60-style flashs hider and the top rail extended over the magazine.

Fabrique Nationale P90-TR, 5.7x28mm
Father Octavian (Iain Glen) and his soldiers arrive to assist River Song in "The Time of Angels".
Two modified P90's (left) in the cargo carrier in "The Time of Angels".
Cleric Pedro makes his way through the catacombs in "The Time of Angels".
A good side view of Cleric Bob's weapon in "The Time of Angels".
A Cleric aims his weapon at the approaching Angels in "The Time of Angels".
The Clerics examine the wreckage of the Byzantium in "The Time of Angels".
Clerics aboard the wrecked Byzantium prepare to face the Angels in "Flesh and Stone".
Cleric Marco stands guard in the Byzantium oxygen garden in "Flesh and Stone".

Assault Rifles

Heckler & Koch G36C

Security guards aboard the starship Byzantium in "The Time of Angels" carry chrome plated Heckler & Koch G36C's as their weapons.

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56mm
Guards aboard starship Byzantium aims their silver plated G36's at River Song in "The Time of Angels".


Stun Gun

Ambrose Northover (Nia Williams) uses a stun gun in "The Hungry Earth" and "Cold Blood" to try and extract information from Silurian Alaya.

The stun gun (right) in the van in "The Hungry Earth".
Ambrose pulls out the stun gun in "Cold Blood".
Ambrose tazes Alaya in the chest in "Cold Blood".
Ambrose is confronted after seriously wounding Alaya in "Cold Blood".

Silurian Gas Gun

In "The Hungry Earth", Silurians use a gas gun to incapacitate The Doctor (Matt Smith) and others.

The Silurian on the right with a gas gun in "The Hungry Earth".
A close up of the gas gun in "The Hungry Earth".

Silurian Blaster

In "The Hungry Earth" and "Cold Blood", Silurians are also seen using a more lethal blaster. Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) is later seen using one.

The Silurian on the left with a blaster in "The Hungry Earth".
Amy Pond aims the blaster at a Silurian in "Cold Blood".

Meson Blaster

River Song (Alex Kingston) carries a futuristic pistol referred to as a ‘Meson Blaster’ in the episodes “The Pandorica Opens” and “The Big Bang”. It is similar in appearance to the 51st century replica pistols used in the Season 2 episode “Gridlock”.

The original Meson Blaster prop used in the show.
Song draws her gun in front of some shocked Roman Legionnaires in “The Pandorica Opens”.
River prepares to shoot The Doctor’s fez in “The Big Bang”.
Song adjusts the settings on her pistol in “The Big Bang”.

Sontaran Battle Rifle

In “The Pandorica Opens”, Sontaran soldiers forming part of The Alliance are seen carrying their standard battle rifle. The weapon was previously seen in the Season 4 episodes “The Sontaran Stratagem”, “The Posion Sky” and “Journeys End”.

Sontaran soldiers with their rifles in "The Pandorica Opens”.

Auton “Hand” Gun

In “The Pandorica Opens”, the Auton copy of Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) is seen using a folding gun integrated into his hand. He later uses it to disable an attacking Dalek in “The Big Bang”.

A closeup of the integrated weapon in "The Pandorica Opens”.
The Auton copy of Rory Williams opens fire on a Dalek in "The Big Bang”.

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