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Midsomer Murders - Season 21
The following weapons were used in Season 21 of the television series Midsomer Murders:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS MAJOR SPOILERS!!!
A suppressed Luger P08 is the murder weapon in "The Miniature Murders" (S21E02). A wooden (!) bullet is used. The description of the gun by the forensic experts is following: Dr. Fleur Perkins claims the murder weapon a .45 or even larger caliber gun, and then a ballistic expert identifies the pistol in following words: "This is Luger Model 1917, a Swedish semi auto pistol constructed for using of light wooden bullets. About a thousand pieces was produced." Such description may be a reference to Danish Schouboe pistol that really used 11.35 mm (close to .45 caliber) bullets with a wooden core under a metal jacket, but Schouboe has nothing to do with Luger, and it was designed in 1907.
During the investigation in "The Miniature Murders" (S21E02), a police diver finds a Walther P38 in the river.
Several antique pistols are seen on the wall in the village pub in "With Baited Breath" (S21E04). Some of these guns are Flintlock Pistols while others aren't seen good enough for positive identification (possibly non-firing wall-hangers).
One of the pistols, seen on the wall, lacks any kind of external lock, so this is more likely not a flintlock or percussion cap gun but a breechloading one. Judging by the general shape, notably by the spur on the grip, the pisotol can be identified as a small caliber parlor gun of Victorian era. Exactly the same looking pistol is also used as wall decoration in Season 19.
A photo of British soldiers in Afghanistan, holding L85 (likely L85A2) assault rifles, is seen on Duncan Corrigan's (Cassidy Little) table in "The Point of Balance" (S21E01).
An L7A2 GPMG is seen on another photo in the same scene.