|Elementary - Season 1
||2012 - 2013
|No. of Episodes
The following weapons were used in Season 1 of the television series Elementary:
An AMT Backup pistol is used by Yvette Ellison (Amy Landon) as a murder weapon in "While You Were Sleeping" (S01E02).
AMT Backup II with stainless steel finish - .380 ACP
Yvette (Amy Landon) with a AMT Backup pistol hidden behind her back ("While You Were Sleeping", S01E02).
Harold Dresden (Richard Bekins) uses a Beretta 92FS, taken from a disarmed NYPD detective in "The Red Team" (S01E13). Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) test-fires one that he found in Detective Bell's apartment in "Details" (S01E16).
Harold Dresden (Richard Bekins
) is about to open fire with the 92FS before he is spotted by a uniformed NYPD officer in "The Red Team" (S01E13).
Dresden aims his 92FS at Holmes in the motel room in "The Red Team" (S01E13).
Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller
) conducts his own ballistics test on a dummy at the sober house in "Details" (S01E16).
Holmes shows the 92FS and an unloaded magazine he found to Detective Bell in "Details" (S01E16).
Colt MK IV Series 80
Raul Ramirez (Lord Jamar) uses a Colt MK IV Series 80 with a stainless slide in "You Do It To Yourself" (S01E09).
Colt MK IV Series 80 Stainless - .45 ACP
The MK IV Series 80's barrel aimed at the head of Professor Trent Annunzio ("You Do It To Yourself", S01E09).
Closeup of the Series 80. You can see the "Series 80" engraved on the slide ("You Do It To Yourself", S01E09).
A Glock 17 is seen in the hands of a few NYPD ESU officers as one of their main sidearms in tactical operations. It's also seen in a computer screen at a NYPD detective's office table in "A Giant Gun, Filled with Drugs" (S01E15). An injured security guard fires his Glock 17 at Alysa Darvin and her robbery crew in "Snow Angels" (S01E19). Isaac Proctor (Erik Jensen), an assassin working for Moriarty, uses a Glock 17 after he goes rogue in "The Woman" (S01E23). Jordan Conroy (Dominic Fumusa), a security contractor from Lexicon Personal Security and agent of Moriarty, executes Christos Theophilus as the fall guy for an assassination against a prominent Macedonian national in "Heroine" (S01E24). Detective Marcus Bell (Jon Michael Hill) appears to be armed with a Glock 17 as his main sidearm.
3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm. Note the finger grooves, thumb reliefs, and accessory rail on the frame, which differentiate it from the older model.
A NYPD ESU officer grips his Glock 17 before a raid in "Child Predator" (S1E03).
FPS view of a ESU officer's helmet camera in the same episode. He's armed with a Glock 17 and a ballistic shield.
A ESU officer aims his Glock 17 while taking cover behind a ballistic shield in "The Red Team" (S1E13).
The Glock 17 on display at the computer screen in "A Giant Gun, Filled with Drugs" (S01E15).
The wounded guard fires his Glock 17 sidearm at the robbery crew in "Snow Angels" (S1E19).
Detective Bell gives chase to a suspect in "The Woman" (S1E23).
Proctor aims his Glock 17 at his handler in "The Woman" (S1E23).
Jordan Conroy (Dominic Fumusa
) executes Christos Theophilus at the back in "Heroine" (S1E24).
Suppressed Glock 17 (3rd Gen) - 9x19mm Parabellum
Proctor with his suppressed Glock 17 aimed at a wounded Holmes (S1E23).
A Glock 19 is used as one of the standard sidearms of uniformed NYPD officers. Serial killer Martin Ennis (Terry Kinney) takes a Glock 19 from a New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision guard after he's killed in "The Deductionist". Holmes shows off the same weapon to Ennis near the end of the same episode to see if he'll turn himself in or try to resist being captured alive.
Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
A uniformed NYPD officer walking by Holmes and Watson in "Flight Risk" (Episode 1.06). Note the Glock 19 on his duty holster.
The female NYPD officer with the holstered Glock 19 in "You Do It to Yourself" (Episode 1.09).
A NYPD officer opens fire with the Glock 19 at Harold Dresden in "The Red Team" (Episode 1.13) after he sees him draw out a pistol.
Martin Ennis (Terry Kinney
) aims a Glock 19 at hospital staff after he took it from a slain NYSDCCS guard's duty holster in "The Deductionist" (Episode 1.14).
Holmes shows off a pair of handcuffs and a loaded Glock 19 on a table in front of Ennis (episode 1.14).
Heckler & Koch P7M13
What appears to be a Heckler & Koch P7M13 with a nickel-plated slide is used by a Dominican drug cartel gangster in "A Giant Gun, Filled with Drugs" (S1E15).
Heckler & Koch P7M13 in Satin Nickel Finish - 9x19mm
The tucked pistol in the waistband of a Dominican drug cartel gangster in "A Giant Gun, Filled with Drugs" (S1E15).
Heckler & Koch USP Compact
Jamie Moriarty (Natalie Dormer) is seen with a compact pistol that resembles a Heckler & Koch USP Compact in "The Woman" (S1E23). Upon closer inspection, this pistol appears to be a resin prop replica.
Heckler & Koch USP Compact - 9x19mm
The hands of Moriarty with the pistol in "The Woman" (S1E23). Note the ejection port appears to be molded into the slide, making it likely the pistol is a resin prop replica.
Jamie Moriarty (Natalie Dormer
) reveals herself with the pistol in "The Woman" (S1E23).
A Mauser C96 is used by a home invasion suspect as a murder weapon in "One Way to Get Off" (Episode 1.07). Holmes and Watson secure the C96 hidden underneath the wooden floorboards of a suspect's hotel room.
Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" - 7.63x25mm Mauser.
A masked home invasion robber takes aim with the C96 (Episode 1.07).
Closeup of the C96 held by the masked robber (Episode 1.07).
Holmes and Watson secure the C96 after entering the room by picking the door lock (Episode 1.07).
DEA Agent Xande Molina (Michael Irby) takes aim with a SIG-Sauer P226 at Joan and Rhys in "A Giant Gun, Filled with Drugs" (S1E15).
Factory black (K-Kote) SIG-Sauer P226 pistol - 9x19mm. This is a real movie gun and has appeared in several motion pictures.
DEA Agent Xande Molina (Michael Irby
) aims his P226 at Joan and Rhys inside Holmes' apartment in "A Giant Gun, Filled with Drugs" (S1E15).
A Walther PPK was used by a dirty cop in "Details" as part of a plan to frame Detective Bell. During a debriefing, the pistol in question was chambered to fire .22 LR.
Walther PPK - 9mm Kurz aka .380 ACP. Note the ring just behind the magazine.
Officer Paula Reyes (Paula Garcés
) prepares to open fire with the Walther PPK (Episode 1.16).
A Non-Gun version of the PPK was used by Elle Bastien aka Alysa Darvin (Jill Flint) during a robbery in "Snow Angels" (Episode 1.19).
The suspects aims her non-gun PPK at a security guard (Episode 1.19).
Smith & Wesson 36
A Smith & Wesson Model 36 is used by kidnapper Samuel Abbott (Christopher Evan Welch) in "Child Predator" (Episode 1.03), and by a murder suspect in "The Rat Race" (Episode 1.04).
Smith and Wesson Model 36 - .38 special - 5 shot. First pattern with flat latch cylinder release.
Donna Kaplan (Molly Price
) takes aim with the Model 36 at the back of Holmes's head.
Smith & Wesson 65
A Smith & Wesson Model 65 was seen in the hands of Peter Saldua (Craig Walker) after his corpse was uncovered in the pilot.
Smith & Wesson Model 65 - .38 Special
A Smith & Wesson revolver 65 in the hands of Peter Saldua (Episode 1.01, "Pilot").
Closeup of the revolver in a flashback (Episode 1.01).
Smith & Wesson 386
A Smith & Wesson Model 386 was used by Christos Theophilus (Arnold Vosloo) to execute a Macedonian surgeon and his wife in "Heroine".
Note: The cut in the grip, lack of marking, together with the safefy instructions under the cylinder release, suggests this is a WinGun CO2 airsoft revolver replica of the Smith & Wesson 386.
Smith & Wesson Model 386 - .357 Magnum.
Moriarty delivers the revolver to Christos in "Heroine" (Episode 1.24).
Christos executes the surgeon and his wife at their New York residence (Episode 1.24).
Smith & Wesson Model 442
A Smith & Wesson Model 442 is used by Captain Thomas Gregson (Aidan Quinn) as his personal sidearm.
Smith & Wesson Model 442 Airweight Snub nose revolver chambered in .38 Special.
Captain Gregson aims his 442 Airweight at a suspect vehicle after being pulled over in "Child Predator" (Episode 1.03).
Captain Gregson enters a suspect's house in "The Woman" (Episode 1.23) after hearing gunshots.
Smith & Wesson Model 681
A Smith & Wesson Model 681 is used in the revolver wheel, changing from the Taurus Model 689 in the opening sequence.
Smith & Wesson Model 681 - .357 Magnum. The Stainless Steel version of the Model 581
A Smith & Wesson Model 681 in the opening sequence without any grips installed.
Taurus Model 689
Taurus Model 689 revolvers are used in the opening sequence of Elementary in a revolver wheel.
Taurus 689 with 4" barrel (right side) - .357 Magnum.
Taurus Model 689
revolvers in stainless finish in a revolver wheel without any grips installed.
Heckler & Koch MP5 (unknown model)
This unknown MP5 was used in "Details" (Episode 1.16) during the attack on Detective Bell's sedan. The show does not depict exactly what type of MP5 is used, only that it has a rifled barrel and was fired in three-round bursts, instead of fully automatic.
The shooter fires the MP5 during the drive-by. The standard sight and 30-round magazine are clearly visible (Episode 1.16, "Details").
Colt Law Enforcement Carbine
Colt Law Enforcement Carbines are seen in the hands of the NYPD's Emergency Service Unit in tactical operations.
Colt LE6920 SOCOM Carbine - 5.56x45mm.
A Colt LE Carbine with picatinny railings and a mounted scope and tac light through a helmet cam in "Child Predator" (Episode 1.03). It appears that the vertical foregrip wasn't used.
Another LE Carbine seen in the middle of the helmet cam screens in the same episode. This time, it has a mounted red dot sight.
A NYPD ESU operator with a Colt LE Carbine without the carry handle attached in "The Deductionist".
A Colt LE Carbine used by ESU officers during a raid to search for Holmes and M in "M". Note the ACOG scope, the picatinny railing on the foregrip and the tac light attached on it.
An ESU team prepares to breach a room near the conclusion of "The Red Team". Note that their LE Carbines are outfitted with ACOG scopes and vertical foregrips, except for the ESU operator at the left side of the photo. The ESU operator with a ballistic shield is armed with what seems to be a Glock 17.
A Benelli M4 was used to booby-trap the front door of Walter McClenahan's (Michael Laurence) apartment room in "The Red Team", triggered when two NYPD officers entered the apartment. Fortunately for them, the shells were loaded with rock salt instead of buckshot.
Benelli M4 Super 90 with 7-shot tube - 12 Gauge.
Good closeup of the Benelli M4 rigged to the door.
A good closeup of the M4's barrel, aimed at the door.
A steel bar is found in the trigger, which is pulled after the door was opened.
Detective Bell and Captain Gregson inspect the disarmed trap after NYPD officers secured the apartment.
NYPD officers uncover a small arms cache in Walter McClenahan's (Michael Laurence) apartment in "The Red Team".
Captain Gregson passes by a rifle cabinet with its door open.
Several pistols and a revolver are seen with a collection of knives.