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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
The following weapons were used in the television series It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia:
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snubnose
Frank Reynolds (Danny DeVito) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snubnose everywhere he goes, often drawing it whenever someone from the gang asks him if he's got his gun on him. During "Paddy's Pub: Home of the Original Kitten Mittens" (5.08), Frank tries to get a patent that would squirt tequila from his Model 19 Snub.
Smith & Wesson Model 19 Snub Nose - .357 Magnum
Charlie and Mac walk in on Frank holding his S&W snub.
Frank talks to Mac and Charlie, snubnose in hand.
A better view of Frank's Model 19.
Frank pulls out his Model 19 Snub while tailgating and dropping acid in "The Gang Gets Invincible" (S03E02).
Frank approaches Charlie, dressed in his "Green Man" costume, whom he believes to be a giant lizard.
Mac aims Frank's Model 19 at him before playing with it in "The Gang Gets Held Hostage".
Frank draws his Model 19 on Charlie, who asks him if he's "just carrying that everywhere now".
Frank channels Die Hard
with his Model 19 taped to the back of his undershirt after crawling out of the ventilation shaft and trying to convince the McPoyles to free Mac, Dennis, and Dee. He then draws it and fires it wildly (with many more than six shots being fired - the muzzle flash added is obvious CGI), causing the McPoyles to leave.
Frank fires his S&W Model 19 at Rickety Cricket in "The Storm of the Century".
Smith & Wesson Model 29
The homeless man in the dangerous neighborhood in "Bums: Making a Mess All Over the City" (3.14) draws a Smith & Wesson Model 29 on Mac and Dee.
Smith & Wesson Model 29 - .44 Magnum.
The bum pulls out his Model 29.
The bum aims at Mac and Dee.
Smith & Wesson Model 586
Charlie Kelly (Charlie Day) carries a Smith & Wesson Model 586 when preparing for a confrontation with the mob in "The Gang Gets Whacked, Pt. 2" (3.13).
Smith & Wesson Model 586 - .357 Magnum
Charlie shows Dee his Model 586.
As Frank shows his own S&W Model 19, Mac tells the Model 586-carrying Charlie that they do not need guns.
Charlie's Model 586 is seen towards the bottom of the screen as he points it at the mobsters.
Colt Detective Special
Frank Reynolds (Danny DeVito) uses a Colt Detective Special during a Russian Roulette game in the second season episode "Charlie Goes America All Over Everybody's Ass".
Colt Detective Special 1st Gen - .38 Special
One of Frank's "friends" with the Detective Special during the Russian Roulette game.
Anthony, one of the gangsters in "The Gang Gets Whacked, Pt. 2" (3.13), carries a nickel Beretta Cheetah.
Anthony's Cheetah, on the left of the screen, aims at Mac, Frank, Dee, and Charlie.
Dee (Kaitlin Olson) carries a nickel Beretta Jetfire when preparing for a confrontation with the mob in "The Gang Gets Whacked, Pt. 2" (3.13). In "Mac and Charlie Die, Pt. 1" (4.05), Mac (Rob McElhenney) and Charlie (Charlie Day) buy a nickel model from a pawn shop after seeing a blued Jetfire in the glass case. Mac fires all six shots at Dee's car in an attempt to blow it up, but they merely put holes in the car.
Dee shows Charlie her pistol.
Mac and Charlie see the Beretta in the pawn shop case.
A different Beretta Jetfire, a nickel one, sits on a barrel in front of Mac and Charlie.
Mac approaches the car, firing the Jetfire.
A shot of the side of Mac's pistol.
Colin (Michael Rosenbaum) lets Dee (Kaitlin Olson) fire his Beretta 92FS at the gun range in "Gun Fever" (1.05).
Colin hands his Beretta to Dee.
In the 5th season Christmas episode, Frank's old business partner Eugene (David Huddleston) draws a Colt Commander at Paddy's Pub.
Colt Combat Commander - .45 ACP
Frank looks at Eugene's gun, thinking it's a Christmas gift for him.
Eugene explains that he's still a liar and a thief.
Eugene holds his Colt Commander as he blasts the gang with snow.
One of the gangsters in "The Gang Gets Whacked, Pt. 2" (3.13) carries a Desert Eagle.
Magnum Research Desert Eagle MK I - .357 Magnum. First model of Desert Eagle put into production.
A mobster on the right of the screen (wearing the green shirt) aims a Desert Eagle at the gang.
Colin shows Mac and Dennis the Glock 17 he has in his pants in "Gun Fever" (1.05)
Glock 17 (2nd gen) - 9x19mm
Colin shows his Glock to Mac and Dennis.
One of the gangsters in "The Gang Gets Whacked, Pt. 2" (3.13) carries a Glock 19.
Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
A mobster on the right of the screen (wearing the jacket with the gray sleeves) aims a Glock 19 at the gang.
One of the girls dancing for the Paddy's Pub promotional idea in "Paddy's Pub: The Home of the Original Kitten Mittens" (5.08) has a M1911A1. In "Frank's Brother" (7.05), Frank's older brother, Gino (Jon Polito), carries an engraved 1911A1 when he is a 1970s drug dealer. Frank wrestles it away from him.
Gino proudly shows Frank his 1911A1.
Frank fires Gino's 1911A1.
Smith & Wesson 5906
In the episode "Gun Fever" (S01E05), Mac (Rob McElhenney) and Dennis (Glenn Howerton) buy a Smith & Wesson 5906 to protect their bar, but Charlie (Charlie Day) steals it for himself.
Early Model Smith & Wesson 5906 with adjustable sights - 9x19mm
Mac walks through the bar with the S&W 5906.
Charlie looks at the S&W 5906 as he talks on the phone.
Charlie denies to Mac and Dennis that he has their gun. The trio's gun is the early model with the adjustable sights seen.
Several of the Serbian soldiers seen in the fictional M. Night Shaymalan film in "Mac and Charlie Write a Movie" (5.11) carry what appear to be AKMS rifles.
AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
Ronald 'Mac' MacDonald carries an M4A1 Carbine fitted with a KAC foregrip, Trijicon ACOG optic, PEQ-15 laser designator, and SureFire flashlight in "PTSDee" (12.7).
Colt M4A1 SOPMOD with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic, Knight's Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip - 5.56x45mm
Brown Bess Flintlock Musket
In the 1776 flashback in "The Gang Cracks the Liberty Bell" (4.11), several American colonists and British soldiers are seen carrying Kentucky Flintlock Rifles.
Modern reproduction "Long Land Pattern" Brown Bess Infantry musket made from 1722-1768 - .75 caliber.
American colonists inside the pub hold flintlock muskets.
British soldiers in American hold flintlock muskets.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Frank Reynolds uses a Heckler & Koch MP5A3 fitted with a SureFire forend while playing a virtual reality game in "PTSDee" (12.7), using it to kill a Middle-Eastern boy (to Mac's distress.) The muzzle flash and shells are digitally edited in, possibly making the gun an airsoft replica.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with Surefire 628 dedicated forend weaponlight - 9x19mm
Frank (as "Franklin") (Danny DeVito) and Charlie (as "Charles") (Charlie Day) buy Blunderbuss flintlocks and have Dee (as "Deandra") (Kaitlin Olson) help test them out in the 1776 flashback in "The Gang Cracks the Liberty Bell" (4.11). Colonel Cricket (David Hornsby) also has one while fighting the revolutionaries in the same episode.
Dee aims the blunderbuss.
Charlie grabs the blunderbuss.
Charlie aims at Dee when she "curses" the guns.
Col. Cricket hands his blunderbuss to Frank.
The blunderbuss accidentally goes off in Frank's hands.
In "Paddy's Pub: The Home of the Original Kitten Mittens" (5.08), Mac (Rob McElhenney) tries to fire liquor out of an Ithaca 37 but finds it difficult. One of the dancing girls in the commercial also uses one.
Ithaca Model 37 riot version - 12 gauge
The British have a large cannon in the 1776 flashback in "The Gang Cracks the Liberty Bell" (4.11).
Mac and Dennis walk past the cannon.
Mk 2 hand grenade
In an attempt to blow up Dee's car in "Mac and Charlie Die: Part 2" (4.05), Charlie (Charlie Day) takes a Mk 2 hand grenade purchased from a shady pawn shop dealer.
Mk 2 training grenade (the blue training color has been painted to look like live Mk II) and also note the slight difference between the training dummy's body shape and the real thing. This is the most common version seen in films since no movie uses live ordnance and many productions don't bother trying to get mockups that look exactly like the live Mk II.
The pawn shop dealer places a grenade in front of Mac and Charlie.
Charlie gets ready to throw the grenade into the car to disappointing results.
Remington 870 Replica
Margaret McPoyle (Thesy Surface) carries a rubber replica of a Remington 870 when the McPoyles attempt to take Mac, Charlie, Dennis, and Dee "hostage" inside their bar in "The Gang Gets Held Hostage". Dennis later discovers that it is rubber.
The McPoyles look over and see Charlie and Frank exiting a ventilation shaft on the roof of Paddy's.
Dennis discovers that Margaret's "shotgun" was made of rubber.
UTG airsoft shotgun
Liam (Jimmi Simpson) and Ryan McPoyle (Nate Mooney) each use a UTG M87SOS airsoft pump shotgun (see photo ) when holding Mac, Charlie, Dennis, and Dee "hostage" inside their bar in "The Gang Gets Held Hostage".
The three "kidnappers" run into Paddy's with their shotguns.
The McPoyles split Mac, Charlie, Dennis, and Dee into teams.
Dee (Kaitlin Olson
) grabs the shotgun when she has her brief spell of "Stockholm Syndrome".
Walther P99 airsoft pistol
During the performance of Charlie's musical "The Nightman Cometh" (4.13), Dennis (Glenn Howerton) is given an airsoft Walther P99 as a "stage gun" to shoot Frank.
Dennis fires the airsoft P99 at Frank on stage.