Miami Vice - Season 4
The following weapons were used in Season 4 of the television series Miami Vice:
Smith & Wesson 645
Sonny Crockett (Don Johnson) carries a Smith & Wesson 645 as his primary weapon during the third and fourth seasons of the show. At the time, it was from Smith & Wesson's brand new line of second generation handguns, as the producers wanted to keep up Crockett carrying a State of the Art pistol.
Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard"
A J-frame Smith & Wesson Model 38 "Bodyguard" revolver, fitted with Pachmayr grips, is carried by Det. Ricardo Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas) for most of the season. Montana Stone (Michele Shay) is seen drawing one when Tubbs' cover is blown in "Badge of Dishonor" (S4E18).
Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chief's Special"
Det. Gina Calabrese (Saundra Santiago) and Det. Trudy Joplin (Olivia Brown) carry Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolvers as their sidearms throughout the series. Jack Rivers (Steven Keats) also uses a Model 36 at the end of "Contempt of Court" (S4E01).
Colt Trooper MK V
Walker Monroe (Ving Rhames) uses a blued Hi-Power in "Child's Play" (the Browning Hi-Power is also a central part of the episode).
Rojas (Geno Silva) uses a blued Beretta Cheetah in "The Cows of October". Charles Hatch (John Finn) the hired mercenary carries a Beretta Cheetah as back up to his 92F in an ankle holster in "Hell Hath No Fury".
Beretta Model 70
Maria Lupe Cruz (Rosanna DeSoto) uses a standard Model 70 in "God's Work".
Heckler & Koch P7M13
FBI Agent Timothy Anderson (Harry Shearer) also uses a Beretta 92F in "The Cows of October". Charles Hatch (John Finn) carries a 92F as his main sidearm in "Hell Hath No Fury". Another man is seen firing one at the shooting range in the same episode.
The Detonics Scoremaster is used by several characters throughout the season. Speed Stiles (Oliver Platt) is seen handling one while on display in "Baseballs of Death". A thug fires Scoremaster during the rip-off at the stadium in "Indian Wars". Cyrus (Gary Basaraba) carries a Detonics Scoremaster throughout in "Honor Among Thieves?".
Desert Eagle Mark I
A bright nickel Desert Eagle Mark I is seen in "Baseballs of Death".
Smith & Wesson 659
Magnum Research Lone Eagle
Charles Hatch (John Finn) uses what appears to be a Magnum Research Lone Eagle in addition to the Beretta 92F and Cheetah in "Hell Hath No Fury" (S4E17). The Magnum Research Lone Eagle is a single shot hunting pistol but is not seen much in media unlike the Thompson Contender which is more prominently featured. Given the distance Hatch has to use it (less than 50 yards) and much smaller size compared to full size sniper rifle it makes for an ideal choice.
Wilson Arms Executive Protection Remington 870
A [Wilson Arms Executive Protection Remington 870] with a pistol grip and vertical foregrip is carried by Det. Ricardo Tubbs (Philip Michael Thomas), in the 4th season of the show.
Info about this custom shotgun: Wilson Arms was the first to modify and sell this "super short" version of the 870. Wilson cuts off the barrel to 7.9 inches (and other barrel lengths are available at customer request), shortens the action bars and magazine tube, moves the barrel ring back, and adds a forward vertical grip on the pump slide which can also be folded flush with the rest of the pump slide if desired. The resulting weapon, called the Executive Protection Shotgun, uses synthetic Pachmayr Vindicator furniture and has no buttstock. Despite the short barrel, the shot spread is not extreme due to the choke used on the barrel. Wilson Arms (not to be confused with Wilson Combat), has been manufacturing firearms for over thirty years. Wilson Arms Co is located in Brunswick, GA.
A Vice detective uses a Remington 870 in "God's Work". Several MDPD officers use Remington 870s in "Vote of Confidence".
Several FBI Agents use Mossberg 500s in "The Cows of October". Vice detectives also uses Mossberg 500s in "Vote of Confidence".
Mossberg 500 Bullpup
Switek uses a Mossberg 500 Bullpup in "Vote of Confidence".
Switek uses an IMI Uzi during an arms deal in "Child's Play". Several henchmen use them in the same episode.
A Yakuza uses a Cobray M11/9 with a folding stock in "The Rising Sun of Death".
A hitman in "A Rock and a Hard Place" uses a Cobray M11/9 without a stock.
Colt 9mm SMG (Colt Model R0635)
An SRT member uses an M16A1 with A2 handguards in "Child's Play".