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|Nikita - Season 2
||2011 - 2012
|No. of Episodes
The following weapons were used in Season 2 of the television series Nikita:
Some of Dr. Mars's gunmen in "Falling Ash" carry the Beretta 92FS. Division operatives and Guardians use the Beretta. MI6 agents operating in Russia are armed with the 92FS in "Arising". Robby uses one while disguised as a civilian contractor in infiltrating Maxwell AFB in "Crossbow".
A gunman working for Dr. Mars points the 92FS behind Michael before he attacks him in "Falling Ash".
Miller fires his Beretta 92FS
at GOGOL agents in Switzerland in "Guardians". You can see a LAM-like module attached below the barrel.
A MI6 agent confronts Cassandra with his 92FS drawn in "Arising".
A Division agent aims his Beretta at Micheal in "Dead Drop", only to have the weapon click empty.
Robby aiming his 92FS at a USAF Airman.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Sean carries the Beretta 92FS Inox as his sidearm for the entire season. Nikita uses an Inox in "Falling Ash", and Alex uses another Inox in "Fair Trade" to kill a corrupt ICE agent. Percy carries the Inox as his sidearm in "Doublecross" and "Homecoming"
Beretta 92FS Inox (flip side) - 9x19mm.
Sean fires his Inox in the motel shootout in "Game Change".
Nikita aims the Inox at a Venezuelan thug in "Falling Ash".
Alex fires the Inox, killing a corrupt ICE agent.
Nikita about to grab the Inox's slide and disassemble the weapon in "Fair Trade".
Michael hands his Inox to Amanda during a flashback in "Origins".
The Inox on the coffee table.
Sean fires his Inox at Division tactical teams in Berlin, Germany in "Dead Drop".
Percy opens fire with his Inox as Nikita breaches his office in "Homecoming".
The Inox, slide locked back, lies on the table with spare magazines.
Beretta Px4 Storm
In Partners, former Division agent Kelly (Katheryn Winnick) is seen using a Beretta Px4 Storm during a confrontation with Alex and Nikita.
Beretta Px4 Storm - 9x19mm
Kelly holding a Px4 on Alex in "Partners".
Another shot of the same scenario mentioned.
Beretta Px4 Storm Sub-Compact
Ari Tasarov (Peter Outerbridge) is seen removing a Beretta Px4 Storm Sub-Compact from Sergei Semak's (Peter J. Lucas) desk in "Partners". A few moments later, Sergei is seen using it to execute a GOGOL official. Cassandra (Helena Mattsson) uses one the "London Calling", later passing the weapon to Nikita. Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) carries the Px4 Storm Sub-Compact in "Origins" after taking it from a GOGOL operative and uses it in the ensuing gun battle. It then becomes her main sidearm for the rest of the season.
Beretta Px4 Storm Sub-Compact - 9x19mm
Ari moving his hand away from the weapon.
Cassandra aims her Px4 at her Belarusian contact in "London Calling" .
Nikita holds the pistol after killing a corrupt MI6 agent.
Alex confronts Ari with her Storm Sub-Compact.
The slide locks back as Alex's Px4 runs empty.
Alex aiming the Storm outside the hotel.
Alex aims her Storm Sub-Compact at a guard in "Arising".
Alex fires her weapon during the Berlin gunfight in "Dead Drop" .
Alex confronts Robby in New York State.
Michael's (Shane West) sidearm for the first part of Season 2 is a Beretta 93R with the foregrip removed. Nikita takes a Beretta 93R off a guard in "Pale Fire" and uses it during the escape.
Micheal storms the fake therapy clinic in "Falling Ash", Beretta at the ready.
Michael fires his Beretta 93R in the air in "Partners". The muzzle flash is CGI, as the hammer and slide never actually move.
He fires his 93R during a gun battle in "Knightfall". He uses the three-shot burst during this fight.
Michael holds his Beretta 93R
on Percy in "Clean Sweep" after Percy insults his hair.
Michael takes aim with the 93R at a fleeing sedan.
Nikita uses the Walther P99AS as her sidearm in Season 2, carrying it throughout the season
Walther P99AS (Anti Stress) - 9x19mm
Nikita ambushes a Division vehicle with her P99AS in the season premire.
Nikita fires her P99AS during the Colombian safehouse firefight in "Knightfall".
She reloads while in cover a few seconds later.
Nikita confronts Gains, an Oversight member, with her suppressed P99 in "Clawback"
Nikita firing her suppressed P99 at one of Tupalov's men in "London Calling"
Nikita aims her P99 at Sean after disarming him in "Fair Trade".
Nikita holds her Walther P99AS
as she and Alex meet in "Pale Fire". On this show, Mexican Standoffs seem to be the preferred way of saying "Hi"
Nikita surrenders her P99 as she and Patrick are arrested by Swiss police after a shootout.
Nikita holds her P99 on Percy in "Clean Sweep" while Micheal covers her. The slide markings are clearly visible.
Promotional image from "Clean Sweep".
Nikita with the P99 while sneaking up on a Division agent.
Nikita uses a Glock 17 in "Game Change" (E1), "Power" (E18) and "Crossbow"(E22), usually "borrowed" from subdued foes. The fake Belarusian president in "Looking Glass" (E5) uses a Glock 17 to threaten Alex before being disarmed. Various police officers, Army MPs, and bodyguards carry the weapon as well. Division personnel mandated for combat/guard duty carry the Glock 17 as their main sidearm.
A Generation 2 Glock 17 - 9x19mm
3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm. Note the finger grooves, thumb reliefs, and accessory rail on the frame, which differentiate it from the older model.
Nikita aiming the Glock 17.
The Glock 17 pointed at Alex's back.
Alex aims the weapon at the fake president after disarming him.
DARD operators cover Nikita with Glock 17s as they prepare to arrest her in "Guardians" (E10).
Nikita aims a "borrowed" Glock 17 at Amanda after escaping the bio-vault in "Power".
A Division security guard holds his Glock as Percy launches a coup in "Power".
Ian Damascus (Carlo Rota
) holds a Glock 17 while talking to Percy.
A Suffolk County policeman aims his sidearm at Nikita.
Nikita fires a suppressed Glock 17 at Division agents.
A plainclothes Division agent with a Glock 17 before Alex clobbers her in "Crossbow".
In "Falling Ash" (S2E2), a brainwashed ice cream vendor uses a Glock 26 to assassinate a Senator. Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) carries a Glock 26, sometimes suppressed, as her sidearm for the first half of the season and specifically requests it from a weapons dealer in Russia. Roan (Rob Stewart) carries the Glock 26, often suppressed, for the entire season. During Nikita's flashback to her drug-addict past in "Rogue" (S2E14), she used a Glock 26 to execute a plainclothes policeman. Oleg (Simon Northwood) uses suppressed Glock 26 in "Arising" (S2E17). Birkhoff finds a Glock 26 with an extended barrel during the police station battle in "Shadow Walker" (S2E20) and uses it to kill a Division agent.
The brainwashed ice cream vendor fires the Glock 26.
Roan carries his suppressed Glock 26 in a promotional photo from "Partners".
Alex aims her suppressed Glock 26 as she and Nikita meet in Russia in "Pale Fire"(E11).
Alex's Glock 26 rest on a table as they plan a rescue.
Nikita firing the Glock 26.
The Glock 26 jams, an empty shell casing stuck in ejection port.
The Glock 26 found by Birkhoff in a Suffolk County police station staircase.
Birkhoff empties the weapon into a Division agent.
Smith & Wesson SW1911
Birkhoff (Aaron Stanford) draws a Smith & Wesson SW1911 in "Origins" (S02E15). He uses it again in "Doublecross" (S02E16).
Smith & Wesson SW1911 Stainless version with front slide serrations - .45 ACP
Birkhoff aiming the SW1911 at Carla.
Birkhoff threatening Carla.
Smith & Wesson SW1911 Compact ES
Michael carries a Smith & Wesson SW1911 Compact ES in "Shadow Walker" (S2E20). He is also seen with it in "Dead Drop" (S2E21). This is presumably his new weapon of choice.
Smith & Wesson SW1911 Compact ES - .45 ACP
Michael aiming the SW1911 Compact ES while disguised as a bank robber.
Michael firing the SW1911 Compact ES at plainclothed Division agents.
Alex carries a Ruger KP89 in "Doublecross" (S2E16). It may be a reference to the old 1997 La Femme Nikita show, in which the KP89 was standard-issue.
Alex carries the KP89 as she answers a knock on the door.
A two-tone SIG-Sauer P226 is used by Percy in Knightfall to cripple Ramon in order to force him to work for Division.
SIG-Sauer P226 (Two-Tone) - 9x19mm
Percy aiming the two-tone P226 at Ramon's back in "Knightfall".
A stainless SIG-Sauer P239 with a silencer is seen in "Power".
SIG-Sauer P239 with two tone finish - 9x19mm
The silenced P239 near a mirror.
A brainwashed woman in Falling Ash uses a Walther P22 to assassinate a Senator.
A brainwashed woman aims the P22 after she began to approach the Senator.
Bond Arms Snake Slayer IV
Alex takes a Bond Arms Snake Slayer IV derringer from the Division armory in "Clawback". Amanda carries the derringer in "Power" (E18) and "Homecoming" (E23), though a screenshot was unavailable.
Bond Arms Snake Slayer IV - .45 Long Colt/.410 shot shell
The Snake Slayer IV can be seen on the left above the knife.
Alex puts the derringer into her bag
On several occasions, Zoraki 914 blank firing pistols are used. These pistols are capable of semi automatic and full automatic fire, and are used to substitute for conventional pistols and machine pistols.
Zoraki 914 Polished Chrome - 9mm PAK blanks
Kelly preparing to cover Nikita across a bridge on the Turkish-Armenian Border in "Partners".
Chiappa Rhino 20DS
In "Power" (S02E18) Ari Tasarov (Peter Outerbridge) can be with a chrome plated Chiappa Rhino 20DS revolver with a fibre optic front sight.
Chiappa Rhino 20DS, current production version with fibre optic front sight - .357 Magnum.
Ari's 20DS revolver next to cash taken from his personal safe. Note the speedloader next to the revolver.
Smith & Wesson Model 66
In "Partners", Kelly uses what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 66 taken from a Turkish Gendarmerie officer. This is a continuity error as she had earlier been holding a snub Colt Python.
Swith & Wesson Model 66 - .357 Magnum
Kelly kills a Gendarmerie officer with the revolver.
Nikita holds the S&W revolver after disarming Kelly. Note the distinctive S&W release latch. This is also a continuity error as it was a Python moments ago.
In a continuity error, Kelly uses a Colt Python with a 2.5" barrel when she ambushes Nikita in Partners rather than her Smith and Wesson Model 66.
Colt Python Snub Nose with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum
Kelly ambushes Nikita from behind.
Smith & Wesson Model 629 Performance Center
Birkhoff (Aaron Stanford) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 629 Performance Center to defend his home in "343 Walnut Lane".
Smith & Wesson Model 629 "Performance Center" - .44 Magnum
Birkhoff about to blind fire at attackers with the Model 629.
Smith & Wesson Model 36 "Chiefs Special"
Dr. Henderson carries a Smith & Wesson Model 36 when Nikita and Micheal visit him in "Crossbow' (E22)
Smith & Wesson Model 36 - .38 Special - 5 shot. First pattern with flat latch cylinder release.
Heckler & Koch MP7
Nikita carries the Heckler & Koch MP7 as her primary heavy weapon in Season 2, first seen in "343 Walnut Lane" (S2E6). Michael, Alex, and Sean also use the MP7, the latter two notably using it in "Crossbow" and "Homecoming".
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 4.6x30mm with Zeiss Z-Point red dot sight and 40-round magazine
Nikita aims the MP7 at the incoming Division team.
She blasts away one-handed at Division agents after Micheal is wounded.
The MP7 is on the right side of the photo.
Decent closeup of the MP7 being fired by Nikita.
Nikita disguised as a bank robber.
Sean aims his MP7 at a Division team.
Alex opens fire with her MP7 at Division agents.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Division agents, as well as various thugs and police officers, carry Heckler & Koch MP5A3s with tri-rails and foregrips.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with "tropical" (wide) forearm - 9x19mm with stock extended
A Venezuelan thug holds an MP5A3 on Nikita after she gets caught scouting the fake therapy clinic in "Falling Ash" .
A Division agent on VIP guard duty with the MP5A3 in "Clawback".
Another agent opens fire on Nikita in the hotel firefight in the same episode.
A CO19 officer searches Cassandra's apartment in "Looking Glass".
A Division agent holds an MP5A3
during the hostage swap in "Doublecross".
An agent holds his MP5A3 as Percy tries to talk his way out in "Power".
A Division commando gets killed from an explosion caused by rigged C4 in "Dead Drop".
Heckler & Koch MP5K
The Heckler & Koch MP5K is used by various bodyguards and henchmen throughout Season 2. Michael carries one in "Guardian" during the black-box gunfight in Switzerland. The Division Guardians Patrick Miller (William DeVry) and Tim (Jason Gosbee) carry them when covering Nikita and Michael in "Clean Sweep" and Percy uses the MP5K in "Rogue"; and Carla takes one in "Doublecross" after being wounded by Birkhoff.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - version with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm
A gunman holds an MP5K in Britain while guarding Cassandra.
Michael fires his MP5K at GOGOL agents.
Patrick aims his MP5K at members of Oversight.
Percy aims the MP5K at Carla.
The Guardians Patrick and Tim cover Nikita and Michael with their MP5Ks
during the hostage exchange in "Clean Sweep".
One of the guardians, Tim fires his MP5K at GOGOL agents in the Gates House shootout.
Carla grabs an MP5K from a bag containing several more MP5Ks after being wounded in "Clean Sweep".
Carla fires her MP5K at Birkhoff after being shot.
A bodyguard empties his MP5K at Nikita as she dives behind a sofa in "Shadow Walker" (S2E20).
Division agents engage Alex and Sean.
Birkhoff (Aaron Stanford) carries a KRISS Vector after Sean breaches the safehouse in "Sanctuary" (S2E12). Roan (Rob Stewart) and Patrick Miller (William DeVry) carry them during the warehouse battle in "Rogue" (S2E14) and "Doublecross" (S02E016).
TDI / KRISS USA Gen I Vector SBR - .45 ACP
Birkhoff carries the Vector after the safehouse is breached in "Sanctuary".
Another shot of Birkhoff with the Vector.
Roan with the KRISS Vector in "Rogue".
Patrick with the Vector while taking cover.
Roan guns down a pair of Division agents with his Vector.
Patrick searchs the steel mill while armed with the Vector in "Doublecross".
Michael uses an Uzi in Game Change. Oversight sentries carry one in Sanctuary as well.
Michael takes cover behind a Crown Victoria after firing his Uzi.
Oversight guard seen through night vision binoculars.
IMI Mini Uzi
Nikita (Maggie Q) dual-wields a Mini Uzi along with her MP7 in "343 Walnut Lane" after Micheal is hit. Another Mini-Uzi is seen on a long table in "Clawback".
IMI Mini Uzi with stock folded - 9x19mm
Nikita grabs the Mini Uzi from a table during the shootout in "343 Walnut Lane".
muzzle flash lights up the room, showing the distinctive forgrip.
Brass flies as Nikita unloads on the Division team.
The Mini Uzi near Alex's bag.
A brainwashed Alice (Julie McNiven) in Falling Ash is armed with a Calico M950 outfitted with a scope when Dr. Mars plays a music file when Owen instructs him to download files for the Regiment.
Calico M950 pistol converted to full auto fire with plain barrel and 100 round helical magazine - 9x19mm
Alice about to fire the M950 at Berkoff after trying to stop her from shooting the house of an assassination target.
In "Guardians" (S2E10), GOGOL agents deployed to Switzerland use AKMs with Picatinny railings and modern furniture. Nikita and Owen use them, taken from dead GOGOL agents. GOGOL agents carry the AKMs again during the gunbattle in "Clean Sweep" (S2E13). Roan, pretending to be a GOGOL agent, uses one in "Doublecross". The customized AKM seemed to have been modeled on the King Arms AK-74 Tapco airsoft gun, and it is possible some of the rifles seen in the background are in fact airsoft guns.
King Arms AK74 Tapco Folding Stock - Similar to the AKM in Nikita
A GOGOL tac team operator with the custom AKM. He, however, holds the rifle by the magazine instead of the foregrip.
GOGOL agent with the custom AKM in Switzerland while engaging Nikita and Patrick.
GOGOL agents ambushe a Swiss police convoy.
Owen opens fire with a customized AKM at GOGOL agents.
A GOGOL agent engages Owen with his AKM. Note that although the weapon has stovepiped, the actor and sound editor keep "firing" the AKM.
Nikita fires a customized AKM.
Gogul agent with an AKM in "Clean Sweep"
Roan as a fake GOGOL agent shoots a custom AKM with a green laser sight at Michael.
Tupolev henchmen were armed with the Zastava M70 in "London Calling", Casandra (Helena Mattsson) commandeers one. In "Guardian", GOGOL agents on patrol around the perimeter of the Semak Estate in Russia are armed with Zastava M70AB2s.
Zastava M70AB2 folding stock rifle - 7.62x39mm
A Tupolev henchman firing at Nikita to keep her down.
A Tupolev henchman fires his M70 at Michael and Nikita before Cassandra sneaks up on him.
Cassandra commandeers the weapon and shoots another henchmen.
A GOGOL agent at the Semak Estate is armed with the M70 as he reports in.
Armenian Border Guards are armed with the AKMS in Partners.
AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
Armenian Border Guards patrolling the Armenian border next to Turkey's through Kelly's binoculars.
Czech Small Arms Sporter Compact
Some GOGOL agents in "Clean Sweep" and "Power" carry Sa vz. 58 Compacts.
CSA Sa vz. 58 Compact - 7.62x39mm
Nikita uses a Beretta ARX-160 in "Rogue" (S02E14), fighting alongside Michael in the warehouse to save Carla. This is the first appearance of the ARX-160 in a television show. Micheal carries the ARX-160 during the steel mill shootout in "Doublecross" (S2E16) and while holding up a truck in "Shadow Walker".
Beretta ARX-160 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Nikita takes cover a concrete pillar. The Beretta ARX-160 is seen in her hands
Nikita opens fire on Division agents with the ARX-160.
Micheal aims his ARX-160 at Division agents in "Doublecross".
Muzzle flash obscures the front of the weapon as Micheal fires on Division personel.
Micheal (far left) covers the driver with the ARX-160 as Alex checks the back.
Colt Law Enforcement Carbine
One of the Division agents in "343 Walnut Lane" carry Colt Law Enforcement Carbines fitted with a telescopic sight. The weapon has also been modified with a number of Magpul accessories, including PMAG with ranger baseplate, a UBR stock and an MOE handguard. The weapon is later picked up and used by Roan (Rob Stewart). Sean Pierce (Dillon Casey) carries the weapon, fitted with a bipod and suppressor, in his amphibious assault on the beach safehouse in "Sanctuary"
Colt Law Enforcement Carbine 6920 with Magpul MOE stock, pistol grip, & handguard, MVG foregrip, PMAG, and MBUS Rear sight - 5.56x45mm
Roan holding the Law Enforcement Carbine in "343 Walnut Lane".
Closeup of the Colt LE Carbine being used by Roan to shoot Nikita and the others escaping by rubber boat.
Sean holds the Colt LE Carbine as he emerges from the ocean in "Sanctuary".
Sean sets up the LE Carbine during his assault on the safehouse.
IMI Tavor TAR-21
In Falling Ash, Owen uses the Tavor TAR-21 as his main weapon when he and Michael raid Dr. Mar's fake therapy clinic. A few Division operatives uses this in "343 Walnut Lane".
IMI Tavor TAR-21 with MARS red dot sight - 5.56x45mm
Good shot of the CTAR-21 used by Owen.
Owen aiming the CTAR-21 at the back of Dr. Mars.
A Division operative standing behind Roan in "343 Walnut Lane" with the CTAR-21.
Michael (Shane West) uses a Colt M16A1 fitted with an M203 (along with the correct leaf and quadrant sights) in "343 Walnut Lane" (S02E06).
M16A1 fitted with and M203 - 5.56x45mm
Closeup of Michael firing the M16A1 at pursuing Division operatives.
Michael firing the M16A1 to provide cover fire.
US Marines are armed with Colt M16A2s in "Homecoming".
US Marines deployed to raid Division.
Sean Pierce (Dillon Casey) carries Micheal's custom AR-15 from Season 1 during the Gates House battle in "Clean Sweep" (S02E13). Nikita uses it again in "Dead Drop" (S2E21).
Promotional Image of Sean and the rifle. Note that the rifle is now unsuppressed and has a Trijicon ACOG 4x32 TA01/TA31 scope.
Sean covers the hostage swap in "Clean Sweep".
Sean opens fire on GOGOL agents
A view of the weapon's right side. Note the rifle appears to have a Magpul CTR or MOE carbine buttstock.
Nikita aims a suppressed AR-15 in "Dead Drop". Note that the rifle now has a magnified riflescope and suppressor back on it, like in season 1.
Division operatives sent to kill Nikita and Michael in "Game Change" are armed with M4A1s with C-More red dot sights. In a flashback, Roan (Rob Stewart) and a team of Division agents use the rifle while disguised as American soldiers. Stock M4A1s are used by Division personnel in "343 Walnut Lane". Michael also uses an M4A1 with Magpul MOE furniture with a C-More Tactical RDS in "Clean Sweep" and a telescopic sight later.
Division agent firing the M4A1. You can see the C-More red dot sight.
Roan and his Division team hold M4A1s fitted with green lasers and Division's signature C-More sight after murdering American soldiers guarding Iraqi reconstruction money in a flashback. Note that they are wearing the old Desert BDU since the scene was set in 2003.
Discarded M4A1s lie on the ground in a flashback to the investigation into the Division hit.
A Division agents fires his M4A1 during the first shootout in "343 Walnut Lane". He's the odd man out in this scene, as the other agents carry dot-sighted Tavors. Maybe the armorer was short a Tavor?
Agents pour M4A1
fire into Birkhoff's house in the nighttime shootout.
Michael fires his M4A1 at GOGOL agents in "Clean Sweep".
Michael holds his scoped M4A1 in "Origins" .
SIG SG 552
The SIG SG 552 appears to be the stand-issue Division assault rifle and are used by Division personnel with, and without the suppressor and C-MORE sight. In Knightfall, a flashback shows Division guards standing guard behind Ramon with 552s. A uniformed Belorussian Presidential Security Service officer uses one in Looking Glass. Division tactical teams are armed with the SG 552 during a raid in Berlin, Germany in Dead Drop.
Division guards with SG 552s stand behind a cuffed Ramon.
A Belarusian Presidential Security Service officer is armed with a SG 552, although the barrel can't be seen due to the dark background.
A Division agent corners Percy.
A Division tactical team assaulter named Steven fires his SG 552 at Michael.
Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) carries a short-barreled Benelli Nova Tactical version with a dot sight and collapsible stock in "Wrath" (S2E19) and " "Shadow Walker" (S2E20). Birkhoff pick it up and passes it to Sean in "Dead Drop".
Benelli Nova NFA Tactical with ghost ring sights - 12 Gauge
Alex takes aim with the dot sight mounted on the Nova in "Wrath".
BOOM! Alex opens fire with the Nova in "Shadow Walker" as she and Micheal raid Ian Damascus's estate .
Alex racks the slide, chambers another round.
And aims her weapon again. Alex manages two incredibly fast shots in this scene.
Serbu Super Shorty Remington 870 Shotgun
Michael is armed with a Serbu Super Shorty with a foregrip in "Rogue" and "Homecoming".
Serbu Super Shorty Shotgun made from a Remington 870 - 12 Gauge
Michael fires the shotgun at downed Division agents.
Michael holds the M67 while wielding a Serbu Super Shorty.
Michael putting the Serbu Super Shorty on his shoulder.
GOGOL operatives carry Valtro PM5 pump-action shotguns with detachable magazines during the forest shootout in Turkey at the end of "Partners" (S2E4). They are seen again in "Arising" as GOGOL operatives ambush an MI6 team.
Valtro PM5 with 14" barrel and LPA sights - 12 Gauge
A GOGOL agent shot by Roan in "Partners". You can see the detachable magazine attached.
Another view of the Valtro PM5 in the hands of another GOGOL agent.
A GOGOL agent holds a PM5 as he ambushes a MI6 team in "Arising".
Ruger 22 Charger
Alex uses a custom Ruger 22 Charger with an extendable buttstock, scope and suppressor in Knightfall.
Ruger 22 Charger Target Pistol with a black polymer frame - .22LR
The Charger liews in its carry case as Alex unpacks..
Alex prepares the rifle in Quebec City to assassinate Anton Kuchenko.
A close-up of the receiver as Alex prepares to load the rifle. Despite the Charger being chambered in .22LR and magazine-fed, she is seen inserting a much larger round directly into the chamber.
Alex aims her Charger at Kuchenko. She chose a very poor position to snipe from, as she is too close to the hole in the wall and readly visible.
EDM Arms Windrunner
Michael (Shane West) uses an EDM Arms Windrunner at the end of "Clawback".
EDM Arms Windrunner - .50 BMG
Closest shot you can get of the Windrunner used by Michael to snipe Division agents.
A Browning M2HB can be partially seen in "Homecoming".
You can partially see the barrel of the M2HB mounted on top of a Humvee.
Heckler & Koch HK21
An HK21 machine gun is seen in Nikita's safehouse in "Dead Drop" (S2E21)
Heckler & Koch HK21 Machine Gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
A HK21 LMG in the center of the long table.
M249 Paratrooper SAW
An M249 Paratrooper SAW is seen in Nikita's safehouse in "Doublecross" (S2E16). Birkoff briefly picks it up and loads an M16 magazine into the SAW in "Dead Drop" (S2E21)
M249 Paratrooper - a real blank adapted movie gun with bipod folded and a picatinny rail on the top of the feed tray cover - 5.56x45mm
M249 seen on top of a long table.
A M249 is seen in the background next to the HK21 LMG.
Birkhoff armed with a M249. You can see the M16-type magazine loaded.
A M67 is used by Michael to intimidate Division personnel in "Homecoming".
Michael threatens Division personnel with a M67 after the safety pin was removed.
Michael holds the M67 while wielding a Serbu Super Shorty.
DefTech 40mm multi launcher
Michael uses a Defense Technologies 40mm multi-launcher in "Shadow Walker" (S2E20) to destroy a truck.
DefTech 40mm multi launcher
Buttstock of the DefTech.
Michael firing the DefTech after Alex gives the all-clear.
Division Agent Wyatt (Andrew Hinkson) uses a FIM-43 Redeye surface to air missile launcher in "Doublecross" (S2E16), where it is incorrectly depicted as an unguided rocket launcher.
Dummy FIM-43 Redeye Block I/II with sling - 70mm
Wyatt aiming the Redeye at Nikita and Michael's getaway car.
An RPG-NH-75 is used in Switzerland to take out a Swiss police van to retrieve the black box.
A GOGOL agent takes aim with the RPG-NH-75's iron sights.
Automated Machine Gun
In Partners, an automated machine gun based from an M4-type rifle with a 100-round magazine was used near the Turkey-Armenia border to "shoot" at Nikita.
The mounted machine gun being fired at Nikita.
Alex was armed with a cane that was actually a firearm in Falling Ash. It was never used since she intervened to save a Senator from being assassinated.
Alex preparing the cane weapon for use.