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The Man in the High Castle - Season 4

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The Man in the High Castle - Season 4
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Release Date 2019
Language English
Studio Amazon Studios
Main Cast
Character Actor
Juliana Crain Alexa Davalos
Obergruppenführer John Smith Rufus Sewell
Chief Inspector Kido Joel de la Fuente
Wyatt Price Jason O'Mara
Bell Mallory Frances Turner
Elijah Clé Bennett

The following weapons were used in Season 4 of the television series The Man in the High Castle:


Colt M1911A1

The M1911A1 pistol is used by resistance fighters throughout the series.

Original Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
Wyatt's resistance members prepare by hiding M1911s within their outfits in "The Box" (S4E03).
A BCR member uses a suppressed M1911A1 pistol to silence a radio tent in "The Box" (S4E03).
Wyatt Price (Jason O'Mara) prepares his M1911A1 by pulling the hammer back in "The Box" (S4E03).
Wyatt and Jeremy (Glenn Ennis) fire their M1911A1s in "The Box" (S4E03).
A resistance fighter holds down a sliding M1911A1 being moved by unusual magnetic forces in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).

Makarov PM

The Makarov PM is seen in the hands of Black Communist Rebellion members. It is possible that they might be standing-in for Norinco Type 59 pistols, as the BCR is said to have sourced most of their weapons from China in this universe's alternate history.

Silenced Makarov PM.
A BCR member uses a suppressed Makarov to eliminate IJA troops manning a radio tent in "The Box" (S4E03).
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Benji (Bzhaun Rhoden) holds his Makarov pistol up to Robert Childan in "Happy Trails" (S4E04).

Nambu Type 14

Members of the Imperial Japanese Army and the Kempeitai, including Chief Inspector Takeshi Kido (Joel de la Fuente) as well as Corporal Toru Kido (Sen Mitsuji) carry the Nambu Type 14 as their main sidearm.

Late Nambu Type 14 - 8x22mm Nambu.
Chief Inspector Kido (Joel de la Fuente) brandishes his Type 14 during a drive-by shooting in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
A Type 14 is trained onto a suspect in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
Corporal Toru Kido (Sen Mitsuji) with his Type 14 pistol.
A IJA bodyguard carries a Type 14 pistol as seen through a pair of binoculars in "The Box" (S4E03).
Inspector Kido aims his Nambu Type 14 in "All Serious Daring" (S4E06).

Stechkin APS

The Stechkin APS is seen used in a drive-by assassination and later recovered as evidence. Curiously, Captain Iijima identifies it as a "Chinese Type 54" which could be a misidentification of the real-life Norinco Type 54 or since this is an alternate timeline, it could actually be an in-universe designation. In reality, there are no known Chinese copies of the APS pistol, licensed or otherwise.

Stechkin APS with shoulder stock - 9x18mm Makarov
A Stechkin APS stored in its wooden stock is discovered by Captain Iijima in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
Chief Inspector Kido takes a closer look at the (fictional) Chinese manufacturing stamp in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01). The inscription literally says "Stechkin Pistol", suggesting that Igor Yakovlevich Stechkin went to China.
Inspector Kido (Joel de la Fuente) pulls out the APS again from its stock/holster. Here we can see the signature adjustable rear sights more clearly in "The Box" (S4E03).
Evidence photos includes a shot of the APS pistol with its magazine laid out in "The Box" (S4E03).

Tokarev TT-33

Bell Mallory (Frances Turner) carries a TT-33 pistol as her personal sidearm throughout the season. Several other BCR members also carry TT-33 pistols.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Bell (Frances Turner) raises her TT-33 in "The Box" (S4E03).
Bell executes an IJA officer with her TT-33 in "The Box" (S4E03).
Benjy (Bzhaun Rhoden) holds up Robert Childan with his TT-33 in "The Box" (S4E03).
Benjy points his TT-33 at Childan again in "Mauvaise Foi" (S4E05).
Bell scans a dark hallway with her TT-33, in tandem with a flashlight in "Hitler Has Only Got One Ball" (S4E08). Note the serious trigger discipline on her part.

Walther P38

The Walther P38 continues to be the default sidearm used by various police and military armed forces of the GNR.

Walther P38 with black grips - 9x19mm
In a flashback to the ending of Season 3, John Smith (Rufus Sewell) fires his P38 in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
A GNR soldier executes Resistance fighters with his P38 in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
In a dream sequence, John Smith (Rufus Sewell) fires his P38 in "The Box" (S4E03).

Walther PP

A Walther PP is seen in John Smith's officer desk drawer.

Post war Walther PP Pistol - .32 ACP.
The Walther PP is seen in John's desk in "For Want of a Nail" (S4E09). It appears to be a full-length version instead of a PPK.


Single Action Army

What appear to be stainless Single Action Army revolvers are seen in "The Box" (S4E03).

Colt Single Action Army Artillery Model w/ 5.5" barrels - .38-40 Winchester.
The revolvers shown in an auction in "The Box" (S4E03).

Smith & Wesson Model 49

A Smith & Wesson Model 49 is seen with Juliana in "The Box" (S4E03).

Smith & Wesson Model 49 - .38 Special
The Model 49 given to Juliana in "The Box" (S4E03).
Juliana examines the loaded revolver.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

The Heckler & Koch MP5A3 sub-machine guns with curved magazines and slim forearms continue to serve the GNR as their primary sub-machine gun throughout the season.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3.
Two GNR agents carry their MP5A3s while guarding the farmstead in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
Smith's bodyguards carry their MP5A3s in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
GNR Border guards carry MP5A3s at the checkpoint in "The Box" (S4E03).
The MP5A3 used by a SS soldier in "Happy Trails" (S4E04).
SS prison security standing guard with their MP5A3s in "Hitler Has Only Got One Ball" (S4E08).
Smith's security detail carry MP5A3s while Major Tod (Ty Olsson) fires his MP5 one-handed in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).
John Smith (Rufus Sewell) picks up a MP5A3 to defend himself. Note the bit of snow covering the ejection port in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).
Smith returns fires with his MP5A3 in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).
A discarded MP5A3 on the forest floor while Juliana approaches it cautiously in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).

M1928A1 Thompson

The American resistance fighters carry M1928A1 Thompsons.

M1928A1 Thompson with 30-round magazine and early 'simplified' rear sight that would be adopted for the M1 Thompson - .45 ACP
Wyatt Price (Jason O'Mara) runs for cover with his M1928A1 in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
Wyatt fires his M1928A1.


Black Communist Rebellion members are seen using PPS-43 as their standard issue submachine gun.

PPS-43 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
BCR soldiers with their PPS-43s slung on their backs in "The Box" (S4E03).
Two BCR soldiers provide overwatch with their PPS-43s with slings attached to them in "The Box" (S4E03).
BCR members enter the holding room with PPS-43s in "Happy Trails" (S4E04).
Wyatt picks and chooses from a variety of guns, including a PPS-43 in "All Serious Daring" (S4E06).
A BCR soldier trains his PPS-43 on Yakuza oyabun Okami as he casually makes his exit in "Hitler Has Only Got One Ball" (S4E08).
A PPS-43 with its stock unfolded on Wyatt's back in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).
Wyatt Price (Jason O'Mara) fires his PPS-43 in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).


Arisaka Type 38

The shorter length Arisaka Type 38 Carbines are used frequently by Kempeitai and Imperial Japanese Army soldiers whenever they're not using the newer Howa Type 64. In several flashbacks, Toru Kido (Sen Mitsuji) is seen using a full-length Type 38 rifle with an attached Type 30 bayonet during his service in Manchuria.

Arisaka Type 38 Carbine - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
A Kempeitai soldier carries his Type 38 Carbine in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
Another Kempeitai soldier with his Type 38 Carbine at the back in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
A Kempeitai soldier returns fire outside the auction house in "The Box" (S4E03).
A Kempeitai firing squad assembles with shouldered Type 38 Carbines in "All Serious Daring" (S4E06).
The firing squad turns on Kido's command with their carbines in "All Serious Daring" (S4E06).
Kempeitai guards escort Kido and the Crown Princess of Japan in "No Masters But Ourselves" (S4E07).
Arisaka Type 38 rifle with Type 30 bayonet - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka.
During a wartime flashback, Toru Kido (Sen Mitsuji) bayonet charges with his Arisaka Type 38 rifle in "All Serious Daring" (S4E06).
Toru Kido in a narrow alleyway with the Type 38 rifle on one hand in "All Serious Daring" (S4E06).
The Type 30 bayonet is seen attached to the rifle while Toru Kido manhandles a Manchurian civilian in "All Serious Daring" (S4E06).

Karabiner 98k

The Karabiner 98k is seen used by GNR and SS Honor Guards throughout the season.

Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Several slain SS Honor Guards are strewn over the floor with their dropped Karbiner 98k rifles in "For Want of a Nail" (S4E09).
GNR guards seen outside the American War Room with their shouldered rifles in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).

M1A1 Carbine

M1 Carbines are seen in the hands of resistance fighters throughout the show. The carbines are seen in a peculiar configuration; M1A1 paratrooper folding stocks with metal perforated heat shields and post-war adjustable sights.

M1A1 Carbine with original L style rear sights, and side-folding stock, often referred to as the 'Paratrooper' carbine - .30 Carbine
Post-war M1 Carbine with 30-round magazine and metal barrel shroud - .30 Carbine
Pablo with his M1A1 Carbine in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
A female resistance fighter retreating with her M1A1 Carbine in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
Another M1A1 Carbine is seen in a BCR weapons stash. Note the AK magazines and spare boxes of .30-06 cartridges in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).

M1 Garand

An American Resistance member is seen using a M1 Garand during the defense of Denver.

M1 Garand with leather M1917 sling - .30-06
An American Resistance member is seen using the M1 Garand in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).


In alternate-universe footage of the Vietnam War, several unknown rifles are seen in the hands of Vietcong irregulars. It could either be some kind of civilian hunting rifle or an M1 Garand.

Archive footage of the developing situation in Vietnam features rebels arming up with unknown rifles.

Battle Rifles

Howa Type 64

The Howa Type 64 is seen with the Imperial Japanese Army, Navy and Kempeitai troops throughout the show, being more prominently featured as a replacement for their Arisaka bolt-action rifles.

The rifles used in the show are airsoft replicas made by S&T Armament, a Hong Kong-based airsoft manufacturer as the Type 64 and other post-war weapons are banned from export under Japanese law.

Howa Type 64 rifle - 7.62x51mm
The Type 64 seen in a rifle salute in "Hexagram" (S4E01) in Tagomi's funeral procession.
Several IJA guards as seen through a pair of binoculars salute with their Type 64 rifles in "The Box" (S4E03).
A Kempeitai soldier secures the entrance of the auction house with his Type 64 in "The Box" (S4E03).
IJN Marines stand guard outside the Admiral's office with Type 64s in "Happy Trails" (S4E04).
A Kempeitai agent fires his Type 64 at a fleeing vehicle in "Mauvaise Foi" (S4E05).
IJA soldiers enter the office with raised Type 64 rifles in "No Masters But Ourselves" (S4E07).
An IJN sailor oversees the evacuation with a Type 64 in "For Want of a Nail" (S4E09).
Captured Type 64 rifles are seen wielded by BCR and American Resistance members in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).

Heckler & Koch G3

The H&K G3 continues to be seen as the standard service rifle for Greater Nazi Reich soldiers.

Early Heckler & Koch G3 rifle with wooden handguard and buttstock - 7.62x51mm NATO
A SS soldier fires his HK G3A3 next to an advancing SS-marked Centurion in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
Two SS soldiers patrol the site, with the left one carrying his HK G3A3 rifle.
K-9 handlers (dressed in black) at the GNR border carry HK G3A3s in "The Box" (S4E03).

Assault Rifles

Norinco Type 84S-1

Black Communist Rebellion members and later, the American Resistance are seen using Norinco Type 84S-1 assault rifles with underfolding stocks as their main service rifle. The existence of the Avtomat Kalashnikova-series of rifles is explained by them acquiring Chinese copies smuggled overseas, with the implication that Kalashnikov rifles are somehow still in full production despite the defeat of the USSR in the current alternate universe. While the characters in-universe remark about their origin being from China is correct, the appearance of these rifles is still highly anachronistic as the 84S was manufactured in the 80s for export purposes. These weapons are used as 7.62x39mm AK-type stand-ins since Felcan Enterprises, the Vancouver-based armory which supplied the weapons for this show, mostly keeps Type 84S rifles in their inventory.

Norinco Type 84S-1 Underfolder Model with 16" barrel - 5.56x45mm
Bell Mallory (Frances Turner) pulls out a field-stripped Norinco Type-84S-1 rifle from a smuggler's stash in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01). It can be identified as a Norinco rifle by its hooded front sight.
She re-assembles her Type 84 by inserting the bolt carrier and recoil spring before closing it up with the dust cover.
Elijah (Clé Bennett) assembling his own Type-84S-1 assault rifle.
Wyatt and Jeremy prepare their smuggled Type 84S-1 rifles in "Every Door Out..." (S4E02).
Wyatt Price (Jason O'Mara) hands a Type 84S-1 rifle to another resistance member in "The Box" (S4E03).
Several Type 84S-1 rifles are laid out neatly on serving trays before being loosely covered by cloth in "The Box" (S4E03).
A BCR soldier carries his Type 84S-1 with the stock folded in "Hitler Has Only Got One Ball" (S4E08).
Eijah (Clé Bennett) carries his Type 84S-1 with a flashlight on his grip-arm while scanning a hallway in "Hitler Has Only Got One Ball" (S4E08).
Two Type 84S-1 rifles set aside a bed in "For Want of a Nail" (S4E09).
Bell Mallory (Frances Turner) and several other resistance fighters carry Type 84S-1 rifles as they take up defensive positions in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).
Bell sets aside her Type 84S-1 on a sandbag position, with additional magazines piled next to it in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).

Norinco Type 56

Chief Inspector Kido (Joel de la Fuente) is seen using a Norinco Type 56 with fixed stock after commandeering it from a resistance member. This weapon is likely a Real Sword Type 56 airsoft replica made in Hong Kong, as the armorers in Vancouver, British Columba (where the show is filmed) do not possess any real Type 56 rifles, only the similar 5.56x45mm Type 84S (which is more commonly seen in the show).

Norinco Type 56 - 7.62x39mm
Inspector Kido (Joel de la Fuente) carries a Type 56 rifle (possibly a Real Sword airsoft replica) left-handed in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).
After barging into the club unannounced, Kido aims his Type 56 rifle in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).

Zastava M70

An Zastava M70 assault rifle is seen used later in the season. Curiously they seem to be fitted with the original AK-47 muzzle brake.

Zastava M70B1 fixed stock rifle - 7.62x39mm
Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) aims and fires her Zastava M70 assault rifle in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10). The three-vent holds of the Zastava handguard can be seen here.
Juliana scans the forest with her Zastava M70. The grenade launcher sights unique to Zastava can be seen on the top of the handguard.
The left side of the M70 is seen here, with the sling featured prominently.

Sniper Rifles

SVD Dragunov

BCR snipers use SVD Dragunovs during the auction house operation.

SVD Dragunov sniper rifle - 7.62x54mm
A BCR member loads a SVD Dragunov into the van in "The Box" (S4E03).
The front end of several SVDs can bee seen on the table on the bottom left in "The Box" (S4E03).
The BCR sniper sights his SVD though the van's ventilation grate in "The Box" (S4E03).
A close-up on the SVD's receiver. Note the rubber cheek pad on the stock in "The Box" (S4E03).


Winchester Model 1912

Captain Iijima (Rich Ting) uses a Winchester Model 1912, the Kempeitai apparently having adopted it as their standard-issue shotgun while operating in the Pacific States.

Winchester Model 1912 Riot Gun - 12 gauge
Captain Iijima (Rich Ting) holds his Model 1912 on a suspect in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
A Winchester Model 1912 in the back by another Kempeitai soldier in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
The Kempeitai soldier returns the Model 1912 to Captain Iijima in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).

Machine Guns

Browning M2

The Browning M2 is seen used by American Resistance forces and the Imperial Japanese Army.

Browning M2HB on M3 tripod - .50 BMG.
An American Resistance member is seen using a Browning M2 in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).
The M2 continually firing in the back.
A Japanese trooper mans a M2 at the checkpoint in "Hitler Has Only Got One Ball" (S4E08).
Several Browning M2s mounted in AA sandbag positions outside the former JPS HQ in "For Want of a Nail" (S4E09).

Colt Mk 12 cannon

The Colt Mk 12 cannon is seen in archive footage of US Navy A-4 Skyhawks in "No Masters But Ourselves" (S4E07).

Colt Mk 12 cannon - 20mm
Archival footage of A-4 Skyhawk in "No Masters But Ourselves" (S4E07).


A DShK is seen mounted on a Imperial Japanese border patrol vehicle, and later mounted in street barricades in San Francisco. Greater Nazi Reich T-54 MBTs are seen in background shots with mounted DShKs as well.

DShKM - 12.7x108mm
Two BCR rebels (wearing captured IJA helmets) man a DShK mounted on a tripod in "Fire from the Gods".
Leon mans another DShk position with Benjy as his assistant gunner feeding the belt.


The KPVT is seen with GNR security forces in BRDM-2s and a BTR-80, doubling as GNR military armored vehicles.

KPVT heavy machine gun with carry handle - 14.5x114mm
A destroyed BDRM-2 with its mounted KPVT seen in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01).

M60 Machine Gun

In archival footage of the escalating situation in Vietnam, an American helicopter door gunner is seen using a M60 Machine Gun.

M60 machine gun with bipod extended - 7.62x51mm NATO
Footage of a M60 machine gunner firing as seen in "No Masters But Ourselves". (S4E07)


The M60C GPMG is seen in archive video in "No Masters But Ourselves" (S4E07).

M60C machine gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
Frontal view of the weapons system
The M60Cs in "No Masters But Ourselves" (S4E07).


A shielded MG42 is seen mounted on the commander's hatch of a Centurion MBT standing in for a GNR "Panzer".

MG42 Machine Gun - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Mounted MG42 machine guns are seen mounted on a GNR Centurion and a destroyed Stryker APC in "Hexagram 64" (S4E01). The Nazi Centurion appears to have the turret side compartments and mud-guards removed, but with improvised sandbag 'armour' occupying the upper-front plate.

PKM Machine Gun

A PKM Machine Gun is seen used by Lemuel Washington (Rick Worthy).

PKM with latest version of flash hider - 7.62x54mm R
The PKM propped atop a pile of sandbags seen in "Fire from the Gods".
Lem sets aside his rifle to man the PKM in the back while Bell unslings her Norinco Type 84S-1.

RPD Machine Gun

A RPD LMG is seen used by Eijah (Clé Bennett) in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).

RPD - 7.62x39mm
Eijah mans the RPD machine gun in "Fire from the Gods".
A closer look at the rear of the weapon, including the belt box-drum.
The RPD's bipod can be seen.

M61 Vulcan

A GNR bullet train is seen with several point-defence weapons, including a topside turret with dual mounted machine guns as well as what appears to be M61 Vulcan miniguns mounted in a peculiar forward-facing configuration in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).

GE M61 Vulcan Cannon - 20x102mm
A GNR bullet train fires its point-defense guns in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10). The Vulcans appear to only have a limited side-traverse on a horizontal axis which puts its usefulness into serious question.


Mk 2 hand grenade

A Mk 2 hand grenade is seen in the BCR's arms caches in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).

Mk.2 hand grenade made after WWII.
Several Mk 2 grenade seen in a BCR stash in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).



Several RPG-7 rocket launchers are seen primarily in BCR inventories.

RPG-7 - 40mm
Wyatt inspects their newly acquired stash of BCR firearms, with Benjy holding a rocket in "Happy Trails" (S4E04).
A closer look at the pile of rocket tubes being stored rather haphazardly within the coffin.
Multiple RPG-7s are seen being carried by BCR fighters in "Fire from the Gods" (S4E10).

Mk1 Limpet Mine

An Mk1 Limpet Mine is seen in a weapons cache. It is a somewhat crude prop with Japanese markings likely intended to pass off as a Japanese mine.

An Mk1 (MD1-7A) limpet mine resin replica.

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