Monk - Season 6
The following weapons were seen in Season 6 of the television series Monk:
The Beretta 92FS is seen used by various characters in the series including police consultant Adrian Monk (Tony Shalhoub), Captain Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine), and Lt. Randy Disher (Jason Gray-Stanford). The Beretta is Randy's sidearm throughout the first half of the series, before he swaps to using a Glock 17 sometime prior to the seventh season.
"Lane & Westen"
Probably because of legal objections that came after the episode "Mr. Monk and the Very, Very Old Man," subsequent Beretta pistols which appeared in the series were given the fictional name "Lane & Westen." Even with the alternative name, they are clearly Beretta pistols, and in "Mr. Monk and the Captain's Wife," Evan Coker's handgun is explicitly referred to by Disher as a Beretta. To avoid confusion for any viewers, all "Lane & Westen" pistols will be referred to in this article by the "Beretta" name.
Monk's own police-issue sidearm, as seen in Season 6's "Mr. Monk Is On The Run, Part I" (S06E15) is also a Beretta 92FS described as a Lane & Westen. In "Mr. Monk Is On the Run Part 1" John Rollins (Scott Glenn) frames Monk for murder by shooting Frank Nunn with another Beretta, after replacing the barrel with the barrel from Monk's own gun, then switching them back. At times, the handgun Monk is seen handling is a Beretta 92SB as evidenced by the rounded trigger guard. Sometimes, it appears to be a Beretta 92FS.
Beretta 950 Jetfire
A Beretta 950 Jetfire is used by coin dealer Jacob Posner (J.P. Manoux) in "Mr. Monk Is Up All Night" (S06E09) to kill one of the con men who ripped him off, and then take the other members of the con game hostage.
In Season 6's "Mr. Monk Is Up All Night" (S06E09), a fake drug dealer (Andy Mackenzie) "kills" an "undercover cop" with what appears to be a Glock pistol to con Jacob Posner (J.P. Manoux), but it is difficult to identify, since the scene where it appears is observed entirely through a window that Monk is peeking through.
Tony Gamelobo (Kirk Diedrich) holds a Ruger KP89 during Monk's summation of the bank robbery in "Mr. Monk and the Buried Treasure". The appearance of the barrel and trigger guard makes it possible to identify.
In the Season 6 episode "Mr. Monk and the Birds and the Bees" (S06E05), sports agent Rob Sherman (Vincent Ventresca) shoots career burglar Dewey Jordan with his own 9mm pistol, and, when his wife comes running down to investigate, shoots her dead with a .38-caliber revolver, which he then places in the dead Dewey's hand, to frame him for the murder. When reconstructing the scenario for Monk, Disher describes the pistol as a Glock, but during the scene, Sherman is actually holding what appears to be a SIG-Sauer P226 Non Gun.
Smith & Wesson 3913
In the Season 6 premiere "Mr. Monk and His Biggest Fan" (S06E01), John Ringel (John Mese) takes Monk and Marci Maven (Sarah Silverman) hostage with a Walther PPK. He then fires on Stottlemeyer and Disher using the gun.
In Season 6's "Mr. Monk and the Buried Treasure" (S06E06), "Happy" Jack Connolly pistol-whips his brother with what appears to be a two-tone Vektor CP1 during a flashback.
Smith & Wesson Model 36
In "Mr. Monk and the Daredevil" (S06E07), Joey Krenshaw (David Koechner) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 36 to force his cousin Harold to the edge of a hospital roof at gunpoint, but drops it when Natalie attacks him with a metal pipe. As Monk and Natalie try to subdue Joey, the gun gets kicked away.
In "Mr. Monk and the Man Who Shot Santa Claus" (S06E10), Monk picks up a pearl-handled Smith & Wesson Model 36 dropped by a suspect and uses it to shoot the criminal dressed as Santa Claus.
Numerous police and SWAT officers use various M4 variants. An SFPD officer holds one in Episode 6.13, "Mr. Monk and the Three Julies."
SFPD SWAT snipers are seen using the Remington 700PSS sniper rifle, notably in Season 6, during "Mr. Monk Is on the Run, Part 1".
Remington 870 Field Gun
In Season 6's "Mr. Monk and the Bad Girlfriend" (S6E04), Linda Fusco (Sharon Lawrence) shoots and kills her ex-business partner with a Remington 870 Field Gun. Later, when Monk and Natalie interview Linda at her office about the murder, Monk notices a photo of a younger Linda standing by her grandfather, apparently carrying the same kind of shotgun, which is what causes him to suspect Linda of the killing.