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Midsomer Murders - Season 7

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Midsomer Murders
Midsomer Murders S7 Box.jpg
Country UKD.jpg UK
Channel ITV
Creator Caroline Graham
Brian True-May
Jo Wright
Genre Detective
Broadcast 2003 – 2004
Main Cast
Character Actor
Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby John Nettles
Joyce Barnaby Jane Wymark
Cully Barnaby Laura Howard
Sgt Daniel Scott John Hopkins
Doctor George Bullard Barry Jackson

The following weapons were used in Season 7 of the television series Midsomer Murders:


Double Barreled Side by Side Shotgun

Double barreled side by side shotguns are seen in many episodes, either for hunting or murder. In "Ghosts of Christmas Past" (S7E7) shotgun is identified as 12 gauge while in other episodes the caliber is not mentioned.

Samuel Buckley & Company/Anson & Deeley Side by Side Shotgun - 12 gauge
Lawrence Haggard (Raymond Coulthard) shows his Holland & Holland shotgun to Chief Inspector Barnaby (John Nettles) in "The Maid in Splendour" (S7E5).
Clive Cruickshank (Dave Hill) holds the shotgun in "The Maid in Splendour" (S7E5).
Michael Bannerman (William Gaunt) holds the shotgun in the final scene in "The Maid in Splendour" (S7E5).
Another view of Michael Bannerman's shotgun.
Audrey Monday (Frances Tomelty) holds the shotgun in "The Maid in Splendour" (S7E5).
Jennifer Carter's (Haydn Gwynne) shotgun explodes during the hunt due to double loading in "Ghosts of Christmas Past" (S7E7).


FN Trombone

A pump action .22 rifle is used by a trio of yound hoodlums during their night hunt in "The Green Man" (S7E1). Later this weapon is used to kill two of them. Due to the design of the pump, the large screw on the receiver and the shape of the ejection port it can be identified as an FN Trombone. Tom (David Bradley) also holds this gun at the one scene.

FN Trombone - .22 LR
One of the trio fires the rifle.
The pump can be seen in this shot, note the spacing of the grooves and the position of the screw which matches the Trombone.
A close view at the receiver.
A view from another side. Note the shape of the ejection port of the Trombone, being square at the back and rounded at the front.
Simon Mayfield (Henry Cavill) holds the rifle.
A handful of cartridges.

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