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Doctor Who (New Series) - Season 6

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Doctor Who (New Series) - Season 6
Doctor Who Series 6 Poster.jpg
Country UK
Channel BBC One
Genre Sci-Fi
Broadcast 2011
No. of Episodes 14
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 6 of the television series Doctor Who (New Series):



Pistols

Colt M1911A1

In “Day of the Moon”, USAF soldiers stationed at Area 51 circa 1969, including Staff-Sergeant Ishem (Tommy Campbell), carry blue finish M1911A1’s as their sidearms. The gun is also briefly seen carried by a United States Military Police officer stationed at Cape Kennedy.

Pre-War Colt M1911A1 Pistol Commercial - .45 ACP
Staff-Sergeant Ishem draws his pistol in “Day of the Moon”.
The MP unlocks The Doctor's handcuffs in "Day of the Moon".

Glock 26 Advance

The fictional Glock 26 Advance (an airsoft pistol designed by Tokyo Marui) is carried by some Church Marines as their sidearm in “A Good Man Goes To War”. The pistol has a built in compensator and extended magazine with grip.

Tokyo Marui "G26 AdVanced"
The Church marine on the right draws his sidearm on The Doctor in “A Good Man Goes To War”.
A side view of a marines G26A in “A Good Man Goes To War”.
The two Church marines on the left aim their weapons at The Doctor in “A Good Man Goes To War”.
A female Church marine prepares to lower her gun in “A Good Man Goes To War”.
A senior Church Marine officer waves his unloaded pistol in “A Good Man Goes To War”.

SIG P226

In "A Good Man Goes To War", Captain Harcourt (Richard Tinder) is seen armed with a SIG P226 during the Battle of Zaruthstra in 4047 AD.

SIG P226, 9x19mm
Harcourt runs through the battlefield with his P226 in “A Good Man Goes To War”.
Harcourt watches in admiration as the TARDIS materialises in “A Good Man Goes To War”.

Luger P08

In “Let’s Kill Hitler”, German Wehrmacht soldiers stationed in Berlin 1938 carry the Luger P08 as their sidearm.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm.
A Wehrmacht officer in Berlin aims his Luger at River Song in “Let’s Kill Hitler”.

Jericho 941 F

In "Let's Kill Hitler", Mels (Nina Toussaint-White) pulls a stainless Jericho 941 F on The Doctor (Matt Smith) and uses it to shoot at the TARDIS' controls. The Doctor later takes it from her. She later attempts to use it once she has regenerated into River Song (Alex Kingston).

Stainless IMI Jericho 941 F - 9x19mm
Mels with the Jericho in “Let’s Kill Hitler”. Note the lack of ambidextrous slide mounted safety on the right of the gun indicating that it is the "F" model where the safety is mounted on the left side of the frame.
The Doctor places a regenerating Mel's Jericho in the fruit bowl in “Let’s Kill Hitler”.
A newly regenerated River Song aims the Jericho on The Doctor in “Let’s Kill Hitler”.
River angrily twists the pistol after discovering it is unloaded in “Let’s Kill Hitler”.

Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3

In "A Good Man Goes To War", several Church Marines, including Colonel Manton (Danny Sapani) are seen carrying modified versions of the Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3 as their sidearms. Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) later handle them in the same episode. In “The Wedding of River Song”, guards at Area 52, including the alternate version of Rory Williams (Arthur Davrill), also carry them.

Airsoft Tokyo Marui Hi-Capa 4.3-6mm Ball Bearing
Colonel Manton holds his modified Hi-Capa on The Doctor in "A Good Man Goes To War".
Colonel Manton prepares to disarm his pistol in "A Good Man Goes To War"

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A Church marine draws his pistol on a Headless Monk he mistakes for The Doctor in "A Good Man Goes To War".
Another Church Marine prepares to disarm her pistol in "A Good Man Goes To War".
Rory aims one of the pistols at the Headless Monks in "A Good Man Goes To War".
Amy Pond points a discarded sidearm at River Song in "A Good Man Goes To War".
Closeup of an Area 52 soldiers pistol as they raid Buckingham Palace in “The Wedding of River Song”.
Captain Williams and the soldier on the left face down a threat in “The Wedding of River Song”.
A good side view of William’s pistol in “The Wedding of River Song”.

British Heavy Dragoon Pistol

In "The Curse of the Black Spot", Captain Henry Avery (Hugh Bonneville) and other crew members carry a British Heavy Dragoon Pistol's as their sidearm.

British Heavy Dragoon Pistol - .62 caliber
Avery's flintlock pistol in his waistband in "The Curse of the Black Spot".
Avery aims his pistol at The Doctor in "The Curse of the Black Spot".
A good closeup of the pistol before it is kicked away by Amy Pond in "The Curse of the Black Spot".
A distraught crewmember pulls his pistol on Amy and Rory in "The Curse of the Black Spot".

Unknown Pistols

In "A Good Man Goes To War", Cleric Lorna Bucket (Christina Chong) is briefly seen with an unknown pistol in her duty holster. In "The Wedding of River Song", one of the Area 52 soldiers working for Captain Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) is seen armed with an unknown pistol. Judging from the bore diameter, it is likely it is also an airsoft pistol.

A side view of Bucket's pistol in "A Good Man Goes To War". Note the distinctive grip shape.
Another view of Bucket's pistol in "A Good Man Goes To War". Note the silver pointed hammer and slight beavertail.
The soldier aims his unknown pistol (right) in “The Wedding of River Song”.

Revolvers

Colt Single Action Army (Nickel)

A Nickel plated Colt Single Action Army is carried by River Song (Alex Kingston) in “The Impossible Astronaut”, where she uses it to shoot at the Impossible Astronaut after it attacks The Doctor (Matt Smith).

Colt Single Action Army w/ 4.75" barrel, case colored and blued, referred to as "Quick-Draw" or "Civilian" model.
River Song greets the group whilst holding her SAA in “The Impossible Astronaut”.
River fires her SAA at the fleeing Impossible Astronaut in “The Impossible Astronaut”.

Smith & Wesson Model 27

In “The Impossible Astronaut”, United States Secret Service agents circa 1969 carry the Smith & Wesson Model 27 as their sidearm. FBI agents are also seen carrying Model 27’s in “Day of the Moon”.

S&W Model 27 with 4" barrel.
Secret Service agents surround The Doctor at gunpoint in the Oval Office in “The Impossible Astronaut”.
The agent behind Canton Everett Delaware III aims his revolver at The Doctor in “The Impossible Astronaut”.
Secret Service agents aim their Model 27's at Amy, Rory and River as they emerge from the TARDIS in “The Impossible Astronaut”.
An FBI agent behind Canton aims his Model 27 at Amy Pond in “Day of the Moon”.
A closeup of an FBI agent’s Model 27 as he searches for River Song in New York in “Day of the Moon”.
FBI agents aim their pistols at River Song in New York in “Day of the Moon”.

Colt Python Snubnose (Stainless)

In “The Impossible Astronaut” and “Day of the Moon”, former FBI Agent Canton Everett Delaware III (Mark Sheppard) carries a nickel Colt Python snubnose as his sidearm. It is later used by Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) to shoot at the Impossible Astronaut. In some continuity errors in “Day of the Moon” it is occasionally replaced with a nickel Colt Detective Special.

Nickel plated Colt Python Snub with rubber grips - .357 Magnum
Canton draws Colt Python while investigating in "The Impossible Astronaut".
Amy picks up Canton's revolver in "The Impossible Astronaut".
Amy fires the revolver in "The Impossible Astronaut".
Canton confronts River Song in New York with his Colt Python in “Day of the Moon”. The FBI agents behind him carry S&W Model 27's.
Canton searches for Amy in "Day of the Moon".

Colt Detective Special

In a continuity error in “Day of the Moon”, Canton Everett Delaware III (Mark Sheppard)'s Colt Python is occasionally replaced with a nickel Colt Detective Special with black grips.

Colt Detective Special Nickel 3rd Gen - .38 Special
In a continuity error, Canton draws a Colt Detective Special on Amy in "Day of the Moon".
Canton prepares to execute Rory in "Day of the Moon".
‘’”Welcome to America!"’’ Canton shoots a member of The Silence in “Day of the Moon”.

Colt Official Police

In “Let's Kill Hitler”, Adolf Hitler (Albert Welling) uses a Colt Official Police to shoot at the Teselecta robot. The revolver is also handled by Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill), The Doctor (Matt Smith) and River Song (Alex Kingston) in the same episode. **Note that the presence of this revolver in Nazi Germany is an anachronism**

Colt Official Police - 4" Barrel - .38 Special
Adolf Hitler opens fire on the Teselecta robot in “Let’s Kill Hitler”.
‘’”Sit down. Shut up”’’. Rory aims the revolver at Hitler in “Let’s Kill Hitler”.
The Doctor unloads the discarded revolver whilst Mels regenerates in “Let’s Kill Hitler”.
A newly regenerated River Song aims the now empty revolver at The Doctor in “Let’s Kill Hitler”.

Webley Mk IV

In the alternate universe in “The Wedding of River Song”, Emperor Winston Churchill (Ian McNeice) arms himself with a Webley Mk IV for protection against The Silence.

Webley Mk. IV .38
A confused Churchill examines his revolver in “The Wedding of River Song”.
A side view of the Webley before Churchill is tackled in “The Wedding of River Song”.
Churchill aims his revolver at Amy Pond in “The Wedding of River Song”.

Rifles

Karabiner 98k

In “Let’s Kill Hitler”, some Wermacht soldiers carry the Karabiner 98k as their primary weapon.

Karabiner 98k - 7.92x57mm Mauser
A Wermacht soldier (left) aims his rifle at River Song in “Let’s Kill Hitler”.

Submachine Guns

FN P90 (Modified)

Church Marines in “A Good Man Goes To War” carry modified FN P90’s as their primary weapons. Marines guarding Madam Kovarian have gunss fitted with extended stocks, rear pistol grips and bullpup magazines. Other Church Marines carry regular style modified FNP90's, which are later used by Cleric Lorna Bucket (Christina Chong), Madame Vastra (Neve McIntosh) and Jenny Flint (Catrin Stewart). Guards at the Stormcage Containment Facility are also seen briefly with them in the episode.

Fabrique Nationale P90-TR, 5.7x28mm
A Church marine guarding Madam Kovarian in “A Good Man Goes To War”.
Kovarian's Marine guard watches the Headless Monks in “A Good Man Goes To War”.
A Church Marine takes aim at the Headless Monks in “A Good Man Goes To War”.
Several Church Marines aim their guns at the Headless Monks in “A Good Man Goes To War”.
Cleric Bucket, Madame Vastra and Jenny Flint (right) aim the weapons in “A Good Man Goes To War”.

MP40

In "Let's Kill Hitler" (S6E08), some Wermacht soldiers carry the MP40 as their primary weapon. River Song (Alex Kingston) later commandeers a pair for herself. **Note that as the episode takes place in 1938, the appearance of the MP40 is either a minor anachronism or an attempt to imitate the earlier MP38**

MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm
A confused Wehrmacht soldier raises his MP40 in "Let's Kill Hitler" (S6E08).
A closeup of the MP40 in "Let's Kill Hitler" (S6E08).
Dual wielding MP40’s, River Song crashes a party hosted by the Nazi’s in "Let's Kill Hitler" (S6E08).

Assault Rifles

GAU-5A/A

In “Day of the Moon”, USAF guards stationed at Area 51 circa 1969 are seen carrying GAU-5A/As as their primary weapons.

XM177E2 Carbine aka Colt Model 629 aka - 5.56x45mm. This was the last variant of the XM177 rifle used in the Vietnam War. The GAU-5A/A is almost identical, lacking only the forward assist.
A USAF guard at Area 51 with a GAU-5A/A in “Day of the Moon”.
A USAF guard in the background in “Day of the Moon”.
Guards lower their weapons as President Richard Nixon emerges from the cell in “Day of the Moon”.

Heckler & Koch G36C

In the alternate universe in "The Wedding of River Song" (S6E13), Area 52 soldiers carry Heckler & Koch G36C's as their primary weapons. One is later used by Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) to gun down members of The Silence.

Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
Area 52 troops breach the Buckingham Palace Senate room in "The Wedding of River Song" (S6E13).
An Area 52 soldier stands guard over The Doctor in "The Wedding of River Song" (S6E13).
A guard opens fire on approaching members of The Silence in "The Wedding of River Song" (S6E13).
In "The Wedding of River Song" (S6E13), Area 52 Guards lay down fire on approaching members of The Silence
Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) opens fire on members of The Silence with a discarded G36C in "The Wedding of River Song" (S6E13).

Other

Nano Recorder Injection Gun

The Doctor (Matt Smith) uses an injection gun to implant nano recorders into the palms of himself and his companions in "Day of the Moon".

The Doctor reloads the injection gun in "Day of the Moon".
The Doctor holds the injection gun whilst demonstrating how the nano recorders work in "Day of the Moon"

Meson Blaster

In “Day of the Moon”, River Song (Alex Kingston) carries a futuristic pistol referred to as a ‘Meson Blaster’.

The original Meson Blaster prop used in the series.
River aims her blaster at members of The Silence in “Day of the Moon”.
River holsters her pistol in “Day of the Moon”.

Silurian Blaster

In "A Good Man Goes To War", Silurian soldiers who aid The Doctor (Matt Smith) in capturing Demons Run carry their standard blasters. Such weapons were previously seen in the Season 5 episodes "The Hungry Earth" and "Cold Blood".

Silurian soldiers aim their blasters at the Church Marines in "A Good Man Goes To War".

Judoon Pistol

In "A Good Man Goes To War", Judoon officers who aid The Doctor (Matt Smith) in capturing Demons Run carry their standard blasters. Such weapons were previously seen in the Season 4 episode "The Stolen Earth".

The Judoon officers aim their blasters at the Church Marines in "A Good Man Goes To War".
Another view of the blasters in "A Good Man Goes To War".

Sontaran Battle Rifle

In "A Good Man Goes To War", Commander Strax (Dan Starkey) carries his standard battle rifle whilst aiding The Doctor (Matt Smith) in capturing Demons Run.

Strax fires his weapon unaware of the threat behind him in "A Good Man Goes To War".

Futuristic Stun Pistol

In "The Wedding of River Song", an alternate version of Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) uses a futuristic stun pistol to knock out The Doctor (Matt Smith).

Amy prepares to fire the pistol in "The Wedding of River Song".

Flashbang Grenade

In "The Wedding of River Song", Area 52 soldiers throw a fictional flashbang grenade to incapacitate The Doctor (Matt Smith) and members of The Silence.

The grenade rolls across the floor of the Buckingham Palace Senate in "The Wedding of River Song".

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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