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Secret Invasion
Secret Invasion Season 1 Poster.jpg
Country Flag of the United States.jpg USA
Language English
Channel Disney+
Creator Kyle Bradstreet
Ali Selim
Genre Action
Broadcast 2023
No. of Episodes 6
Main Cast
Character Actor
Nick Fury Samuel L. Jackson
Talos Ben Mendelsohn
Gravik Kingsley Ben-Adir
Pagon Killian Scott
G'iah Emilia Clarke
Sonya Falsworth Olivia Colman
Everett Ross Martin Freeman
Maria Hill Cobie Smulders
Colonel James Rhodes / War Machine Don Cheadle
Varra / Priscilla Davis Charlayne Woodard

Secret Invasion is an original streaming superhero series, based on the Marvel Comics series of the same name. The series focuses on former S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), who while working in space on a secret project, returns to Earth when he is informed of an impending invasion and infiltration of an alien race known as the Skrulls, a race of metamorphic aliens first seen in the MCU feature film Captain Marvel, who intend to take over the planet by gaining control over all aspects of human life. The series' cast includes Cobie Smulders as former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Maria Hill as well as Game of Thrones' alum Emilia Clarke, Don Cheadle as Colonel James Rhodes and Ben Mendelsohn, reprising his role as the Skrull Talos.

Secret Invasion is the first television series of Phase Five of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The series is being produced by Marvel Studios and runs for 6 episodes on the streaming service Disney+, beginning on June 21, 2023.

The following weapons were used in the television series Secret Invasion:


Glock 17

Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) uses a Glock 17 as her sidearm in "Resurrection" (S1E01). Gravik (Kingsley Ben-Adir) gives his 4th Gen Glock to G'iah (Emilia Clarke) upon arriving at the Skrull Council in "Promises" (S1E02). During a conflict with Rhodey in a bar, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) snatches the gun from the holster of Secret Service Agent Ruben Steiner (Michael Epp) but leaves it on the table. The FSB officers (including Ventsislav Yankov and Alex Skarbek), who interrogate the captured skrull in the butcher shop's freezer, are also armed with Glocks. Attacking FSB officers, Gravik and Pagon (Killian Scott) also use pistols. A Skrull rebel named Zirksu (Mark Lewis) takes the gun preparing to sabotage the UN delegation at the beginning of "Betrayed" (S1E03). Commodore Bob Fairbanks' guards use Glocks when Fury and Talos break into his house. Talos (Ben Mendelsohn), Commodore Bob Fairbanks (David Bark-Jones), Gravik, G'iah and Varra (Charlayne Woodard) also use guns during the episode. Several Secret Service agents use Glocks during the attack on the US President Ritson's motorcade in London in "Beloved" (S1E04). Skrull Rebels, Pagon, Gravik and SAS operators also carry pistols in holsters. Despite his personal preference for the M&P9, Fury takes the Glock entering the battle and shoots Gravik. Secret Service agents hold Glocks during the conflict with Fury at the beginning of "Harvest" (S1E05). After hearing a gunshot, the MI6 agents burst into Derrik Weatherby's office with pistols. Agent Nigel (uncredited) puts a silenced pistol to the back of Victor's (Mark Bazeley) head, who later snatches the gun from another agent, taking Rosa Dalton hostage. G'iah and Varra also use pistols during the ambush. Many Secret Service agents use Glocks during the infiltration of the hospital in "Home" (S1E06). Colonel Rhodes (Don Cheadle) takes the gun from one of the agents and threatens Fury. President Ritson (Dermot Mulroney) demands the gun from Agent Steiner for self-defense, but Fury later snatches it away. Sonya Falsworth (Olivia Colman) also briefly holds Rhodes' gun. The MI6 agent, London Hitman and Shirley Sagar (Seeta Indrani) also use pistols near the end of the episode.

Glock 17, 3rd Generation - 9x19mm Parabellum
Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) points the gun at an unidentified man (Andrei Nova), believing that he attacked Ross in "Resurrection" (S1E01).
She chases after G'iah with the Glock in her hand.
4th Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Gravik gives his gun to Gaia in "Promises" (S1E02)...
...ordering her to shoot the guard (Luke J I Smith) if he doesn't return in an hour.
Fury snatches the gun from agent Steiner's (Michael Epp) holster.
The FSB Commander (Ventsislav Yankov) with the Glock in his holster receives instructions from Sonya. Several other officers are also seen with pistols in the background. This is partially correct, since the FSB actually has a Glock in service, but a better choice for a service pistol would have been a PL-15, PYaM or SR-1M.
A first-person shot of Pagon as he checks the body.
An FSB officer fires back with the Glock during an attack on their hideout.
Gravik's gun in the holster is visible during the battle.
Pagon (Killian Scott) kills an officer with the pistol.
He waits for the termite to destroy the door to the cold room.
At the end of the episode, Gravik briefly gives his gun to Pagon.
Zirksu loads the gun at the beginning of "Betrayed" (S1E03).
The guards carry pistols in holsters outside Commodore Bob Fairbanks' house.
Talos checks the room with his gun at the ready.
Commodore Bob Fairbanks (David Bark-Jones) takes Talos hostage aiming his own gun.
G'iah pulls out the gun and points it at the Skrull guard (James Macnaughton).
Gravik points the gun at the traitor.
Varra (Charlayne Woodard) takes the Glock 17 from a safe deposit box at the end of the episode.
Close-up of the gun. Note the grip texture and the "Gen4" slide engraving.
A Secret Service agent tries to help the president with a gun in his hand in "Beloved" (S1E04).
Fury takes the Glock from the arsenal of his Land-Rover during the battle.
The grip of the Skrull's pistol is briefly visible when he gets shot.
Gravik's gun is seen in his holster when he first uses Flora colossus' powers.
The SAS officer's (Michael Keogh) gun is seen in the holster when he helps Talos.
Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) points the Glock at Gravik at the end of the episode.
Secret Service agents block Fury's path at the hospital in "Harvest" (S1E05).
MI6 agents (Joe Macaulay and Christian Anthony Greenaway) enter the office with guns when Sonya shoots their superior.
MI6 Agent Nigel (uncredited) puts the suppressed gun to Dalton's head.
Victor (Mark Bazeley) takes Rosa Dalton hostage.
G'iah (Emilia Clarke) holds the Glock 17 at Varra's residence.
Varra snatches the gun from her holster.
G'iah quickly snatches up the gun....
...and shoots another attacker.
The tranquilized agents and their guns lie on the floor in "Home" (S1E06).
Colonel Rhodes (Don Cheadle) checks the room by himself with gun in hand.
Agent Falsworth keeps him at gunpoint during the skirmish.
President Ritson (Dermot Mulroney) holds the Glock 17 trying to figure out who the traitor is.
MI6 agent holds what appears to be a Glock as he and Sonya find the missing people's facility.
Anti-skrull vigilante escapes the crime scene after killing UK Prime Minister Pamela Lawton (Anna Madeley) with a pistol.
Shirley Sagar (Seeta Indrani) successfully fights off all the killers attacking her at the end of the episode.

Glock 19

Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) points a Glock 19 at G'iah in "Resurrection" (S1E01).

Glock 19, 3rd Generation - 9x19mm Parabellum
Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) points the Glock during a confrontation with his own daughter...
..but pulls out the magazine of his pistol, meaning no harm. Note the 15-round magazine.

Glock 26

Everett Ross (Martin Freeman) pulls a Glock 26 out of his boot before meeting Agent Prescod (Richard Dormer) at the beginning of "Resurrection" (S1E01) and shoots during the confrontation with him. Due to a continuity error, Varra's (Charlayne Woodard) Glock 17 is replaced with a sub compact Glock 26 during a tense conversation with Nick Fury in "Beloved" (S1E04). She also briefly holds the gun in "Harvest" (S1E05).

Glock 26 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Former agent Ross pulls out the gun and loads it in the opening scene of "Resurrection" (S1E01).
Even though the pistol is not clearly visible in this shot, a subcompact version of is seen.
Varra pulls the gun out of her bag and places it on the table in "Beloved" (S1E04).
Varra (Charlayne Woodard) points the Glock 26 at her husband.
She points the gun at unwanted guest in "Harvest" (S1E05).

Glock 43

Sonya Falsworth (Olivia Colman) puts the Glock 43 to the head of her boss Derrik Weatherby (Tony Curran), suspecting betrayal in "Harvest" (S1E05). She also uses the pistol during her conflict with Victor Dalton. She also points it at Colonel Rhodes, suspecting him in "Home" (S1E06). Colonel Rhodes (Don Cheadle) briefly snatches it that turned into a rubber prop in one scene.

Glock 43 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Sonya points the gun to her boss head. Note the larger tail and bulge on the slide stop.
Note the slimmer pistol.
Sonya Falsworth (Olivia Colman) points the gun at Victor.
She points the gun at Rhodey in "Home" (S1E06).

Smith & Wesson M&P9

After returning to Earth, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) continues to carry his Smith & Wesson M&P9, which he wields on all of his appearances at the MCU. In "Resurrection" (S1E01) he uses it during the interrogation of Skrull arms dealer Poprishchin (Uriel Emil) and during the mission in the Vossoyedineniye Square, Moscow. Fury also uses the pistol (now with a threaded barrel) while breaking into Commodore Bob Fairbanks' house in "Betrayed" (S1E03). At some point Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) grabs his pistol with a silencer and shoots. Fury pulls out his gun during a tense conversation with his wife in "Beloved" (S1E04). Entering the battle for President Ritson Talos takes the M&P9 from the arsenal in the trunk of Fury's car. After delivering the President to the hospital at the beginning of "Harvest" (S1E05), Nick Fury guards him with his pistol. He points it at Rhodey during the confrontation and gets a new one from a crypt in Finland at the end of the episode. He also briefly holds it in "Home" (S1E06).

Smith & Wesson M&P9 - 9x19mm Parabellum
Fury takes his gun out going to meet Poprishchin in "Resurrection" (S1E01).
He holds the gun during Poprishchin's interrogation.
Nick is about to shoot him during the fight.
Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) also holds a gun during the bombing of the Vossoyedineniye Square.
Fury moves stealthily through the house with the threaded M&P9 in "Betrayal" (S1E03).
He threatens Fairbanks' son Zachary with his pistol.
After tying up the Commodore, Fury puts a silencer on the barrel.
Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) points the gun at Fairbanks.
Nick puts the M&P9 on the table while talking to Varra in "Beloved" (S1E04).
Talos takes one of the M&P9 from Fury's arsenal.
He shoots at rebels, helping to protect the president.
He moves towards Ritson's SUV with backup SAS operatives.
Fury points his M&P9 at the neck of Colonel Rhodes, having crossed paths at the hospital in "Harvest" (S1E05). The "9" indicating the caliber of the pistol is clearly visible in this shot.
A new pistol with an extra magazine lies in the secret vault.
Nick loads his gun at the end of the episode, preparing for the final battle.
Fury approaches the gates of New Scrullos with a gun in "Home" (S1E06).

Dart Gun

Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) uses a dart gun with a Trijicon RMR red dot sight while disarming Secret Service agents to save President Ritson in a London hospital in "Home" (S1E06). To prove his peaceful intentions, he puts the gun away in front of the president.

Fury is about to put his gun away.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP7A1

What appears to be a Heckler & Koch MP7A1 is seen in Varra's weapon stash in "Harvest" (S1E05).

Heckler & Koch MP7A1 - 4.6x30mm
The stock and part of the receiver is seen when she grab stun grenades.

Kalashnikov USA KR-9 SBR

Most of Skrull revolutionaries are armed with Kalashnikov USA KR-9 SBR attacking the US President Ritson's convoy in London in "Beloved" (S1E04). Most of Skrulls are also armed with KR-9s during the ambush on Varra in "Harvest" (S1E05). Anti-skrull vigilantes armed with KR-9s begin hunting down many famous people suspected of being skrulls in "Home" (S1E06).

Kalashnikov USA KR-9 SBR - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Skrull fighter fires the KR-9 in "Beloved" (S1E04).
Two Skrulls attack along with their leader.
The shot Skrull falls to the ground holding the KR-9.
A close-up can reveal the differences in the American copy: the stock lock is painted completely black, with a smaller hole, and the dust cover has an additional protrusion at the back bottom.
An attacker runs into Varra's house with the gun in "Harvest" (S1E05).
The other Skrull falls dead. His KR-9 is equipped with a tactical block with a flashlight and laser.
The gunmen break into the FXN studio and shoot Chris Stearns (Christopher McDonald) in "Home" (S1E06).
Another group of vigilantes attacks Shirley Sagar (Seeta Indrani), but with no success.

Unknown Submachine Gun

Three Metropolitan police officers armed with poorly visible submachine guns guard the airfield gate in "Beloved" (S1E04).

Officers with guns in their hands meet President Ritson's convoy.

Assault Rifles


The two guards (Alex Batareanu and Adriana Grigoriev) at the New Skrullos are armed with AK-74s with black synthetic furniture when Beto appears at the gate in "Resurrection" (S1E01). Several other Skrull rebels also hold rifles later in the episode. At the end of "Promises" (S1E02), Russian police officers with AKs raid the safe house of the Skrull rebels. Two Skrulls are also armed with AKs, guarding the fracking pods room in "Betrayed" (S1E03). Several Skrull revolutionaries are also armed with AKs attacking the US President Ritson's motorcade in London in "Beloved" (S1E04). Several Skrulls hold rifles back in the New Skrullos after the attack at the beginning of "Harvest" (S1E05). Two Skrulls on guard open fire as the car approaches the New Skrullos' gate at the beginning of "Home" (S1E06).

AK-74 with black synthetic furniture- 5.45x39mm
The guards (for some reason they wear the OMON uniform (special police units)) block the way in "Resurrection" (S1E01).
Also note the holsters.
Two skrulls (James Macnaughton on the left) hold AK.
The rifle is visible behind Skrull's back. Note the lack of the stock latch.
Part of the barrel with a front sight can be seen at the policeman in the center at the end of "Promises" (S1E02).
The same Skrulls are again seen on guard in "Betrayed" (S1E03).
Skrull (James Macnaughton) tries to use the AK-74, but G'iah is faster.
The man in the center falls shot holding the AK-74 during an attack on the American president in "Beloved" (S1E04).
Another attacker with the AK. Note the bent barrel, indicating that it is most likely some kind of replica.
A Skrull fighter attacks the Americans with an AK-74.
The woman between Pagon and Kreega and the man to the right behind Nuro hold AKs in "Harvest" (S1E05).
The rifle is seen on the corpse of Skrull killed by Nick Fury at the beginning of "Home" (S1E06).


Several Skrull revolutionaries are armed with AKM with synthetic furniture while attacking the US President Ritson's (Dermot Mulroney) convoy in London in "Beloved" (S1E04).

AKM with synthetic furniture - 7.62x39mm
Skrull, disguised as a member of a Russian special forces unit, holds the rifle after arriving in London at the beginning of the episode.
What appears to be an AKM in the hands of a Skrull in the center.


The two Russian soldiers searching for Nick Fury on the train from Moscow in "Promises" (S1E02) are armed with AKS-74Us.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
A soldier (Alex Romashov) inspects a train wagon carrying an AKS-74U on a gun belt.

Colt Canada L119A2

SAS operators are armed with a Colt Canada L119A2 with a horizontal grip and Aimpoint red dot sight during the attack on the US President Ritson's motorcade in London in "Beloved" (S1E04).

Colt Canada L119A2 CQB - 5.56x45mm NATO
The soldiers line up and fire.
A side shot of the rifle in the hands of an SAS officer (Michael Keogh).
Another operative with a rifle in his hands.


The Royal Navy soldiers at the HMNB Clyde navy base in Scotland are armed with L85A2s at the beginning "Betrayed" (S1E03). Several more soldiers stand guard with guns at the airport in London during US President Ritson's arrival in "Beloved" (S1E04).

L85A2 with SUSAT scope - 5.56x45mm NATO
A soldier is seen with a rifle on the right when the Skrull spies get into the base in "Betrayed" (S1E03).
A closer look shows the SUSAT scope and A2 chargering grip.
Soldiers with guns meet the U.S. presidential convoy in "Beloved" (S1E04).
Another soldier with the SUSAT scope equipped L85A2.


In addition to the AK some of the Skrull rebels are armed with M4A1 rifles at the New Skrullos in "Resurrection" (S1E01). Pagon (Killian Scott) takes the carbine out of the trunk of G'iah's car while preparing an operation to rescue Brogan in "Promises" (S1E02). During the shootout, however, he uses only a Glock. A Skrull rebel named Zirksu (Mark Lewis) takes the carbine preparing to sabotage the UN delegation at the beginning of "Betrayed" (S1E03). Secret Service agents, as well as Gravik (Kingsley Ben-Adir) and Pagon, are armed with rifles during the attack on the US President Ritson's motorcade in London in "Beloved" (S1E04). When Nick Fury's (Samuel L. Jackson) shotgun runs out of ammo, he picks up one of the agents' rifles and continues the fight. Several Skrulls sent to kill Varra in "Harvest" (S1E05) are also armed with the M4A1s. Two US Army soldiers stand guard with rifles as a missile is prepared to be launched in "Home" (S1E06).

M4A1 with EOTech sight - 5.56x45mm NATO
The rifle lies on the table of New Skrullos' canteen in "Resurrection" (S1E01).
The M4A1 carbine is seen in the trunk along with MCXs in "Promises" (S1E02).
Despite the fact that initially Pagon is armed with a rifle in a later firefight he carries only a pistol.
The carbine with an EOTech sight is clouded on the couch at the beginning of "Betrayed" (S1E03).
Secret Service agents shoot at Skrull attack helicopters in "Beloved" (S1E04).
Gravik (Kingsley Ben-Adir) aims the M4A1 during the ambush.
Nick Fury fires the M4A1 with an EOTech sight from behind a car.
Pagon (Killian Scott) aims his carbine at Talos.
At least one SAS operator is armed with a standart rifle and can be seen in the background.
The Skrull rebel breaks into Varra's house with the rifle in "Harvest" (S1E05).
G'iah shoots another attacker stuck on a rope in a glass wall.
Colt M4A1 - 5.56x45mm NATO
Two soldiers in the background hold a rifle at a military base in "Home" (S1E06).

RK 95 TP

A Finnish border agent guards the airport with what appears to be a RK 95 TP in "Harvest" (S1E05).

RK 95 TP - 7.62x39mm
A passport agent J. Koskinen (Jessica Martenson) greets Johannes Kerhonen (Simon Smith) at the airport. In the background, a man with a rifle can be seen barely visible.


Two Metropolitan police officers with SIG-Sauer MCX carbines with retractable stocks meet the SUV with Rhodey in "Promises" (S1E02). Gravik (Kingsley Ben-Adir) also arms himself with the MCX at the end of the episode, attacking the FSB officers and saving Brogan. Due to a continuity error, a rifle from the trunk is actually taken by Pagon (Killian Scott), but in the next scene he holds an M4A1.

SIG-Sauer MCX SBR with 9" barrel - 5.56x45mm NATO
The officer on the right can be seen with the MCX.
Two rifles lie in the trunk.
SIG-Sauer MCX SBR with 11.5" barrel - 5.56x45mm NATO
Gravik shoots an FSB officer.
Side shot of the rifle during firing. Despite the mounted reflex sight, the front and rear sights are not folded, which is a fairly common mistake in movies.
Gravik (Kingsley Ben-Adir) holds the SIG-Sauer MCX.

Type 56

At least one Skrull rebel uses what appears to be a Type 56 with synthetic furniture while attacking the US President Ritson's (Dermot Mulroney) convoy in London in "Beloved" (S1E04).

Type 56 with synthetic furniture - 7.62x39mm
Another Skrull ambusher leaves the van with an assault rifle in hand. Even though the smooth dust cover and light finish bolt indicates it's a Type 56, but the front sight is too thin like on the AKM.

Vektor R4 (mocked up as AK-74)

One of the Skrull rebels is armed what appears to be a Vektor R4 mocked up as AK-74 with synthetic furniture while attacking the US President Ritson's (Dermot Mulroney) convoy in London in "Beloved" (S1E04).

Vektor R4 - 5.56x45mm NATO
AK-74 with black synthetic furniture- 5.45x39mm
The man with the gun on the left in the background. The rifle receiver is definitely different from the AK, with a notch and angle over the magazine catch.


Double Barreled Shotgun

Returning home with a Double Barreled Shotgun in "Harvest" (S1E05), Victor Dalton (Mark Bazeley) spots an uninvited guest in the person of Sonya and points the gun at her, but is quickly forced to surrender when other MI6 agents appear.

1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 Gauge
Victor and his wife return home and notice Sonya.
He points the shotgun at her immediately, ordering to get out.

Remington 870 (Sawed-Off)

Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) arms himself with a sawed-off Remington 870 with a Magpul MOE handguard entering the battle for President Ritson in "Beloved" (S1E04). Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) also briefly holds his shotgun. G'iah (Emilia Clarke) also uses the Remington with pistol grip and heatshield during the ambush on Varra in "Harvest" (S1E05).

Remington Model 870 TAC-14 for comparison - 12 gauge
Fury takes a shotgun from the trunk of his car in "Beloved" (S1E04).
He shoots at the nearest skrull.
However, the rounds in the gun run out quickly and he doesn't reload at all, leaving the pump pulled back.
When the shotgun runs out of ammo, he swaps that for a dropped M4A1.
Remington Model 870 Compact with Pachmayr Vindicator pistol grip - 12 gauge
G'iah (Emilia Clarke) shoots attackers with the compact shotgun in "Harvest" (S1E05).
She reloads the gun.
The side shot shows the characteristic trigger plate.

Machine Guns

Dillon Aero M134 Minigun

The Dillon Aero M134 Minigun is mounted on the Skrull attack on the US President Ritson's convoy in London in "Beloved" (S1E04).

Dillon Aero M134 - 7.62x51mm NATO.
Two side mounted miniguns are visible on the helicopter.
The side view of the machine gun is visible during the hit.

Grenade Launchers

Mk 19 grenade launcher

What appears to be a Mk 19 grenade launcher is seen mounted on the US Army Humvee at the military base in "Home" (S1E06).

Mk 19 grenade launcher 40mm in vehicle mounting
Richards' Humvee drives by showing the gunner at the grenade launcher.


Anti-Aircraft Missile Launcher

When the Skrull resistance helicopters attack the U.S. President's convoy in "Beloved" (S1E04), an anti-aircraft missile launcher mounted on one of the vehicles opens fire.

The rocket launcher fires at enemy helicopters.

Fictional Grenade Launcher

Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) pulls a fictional FN GL-1-like grenade launcher from the trunk arsenal of his car to take down a skrull helicopter during an attack on the U.S. President's motorcade in "Beloved" (S1E04).

FN GL-1 - 40mm
The grenade launcher lies among the other weapons. Note the shape of the muzzle and the notches like on the original grenade launcher.
Fury fires a grenade launcher at the helicopter.
As it falls, Nick lowers his weapon.

Helicopters Rocket Launchers

The Skrull resistance uses two helicopters with rocket launchers to attack US President Ritson's convoy in London in "Beloved" (S1E04).

Helicopters launch missiles into Secret Service SUVs.

M84 Stun Grenade

Pagon (Killian Scott) throws two M84 stun grenades before storming the FSB officers' hideout during the rescue of Brogan in "Promises" (S1E02). Two more grenades are seen in the trunk arsenal of Fury's Land-Rover during the battle for President Ritson's convoy in "Beloved" (S1E04). Varra (Charlayne Woodard) pulls out and uses one grenade during an attack on her house in "Harvest" (S1E05).

M84 stun grenade
Pagon is about to take the grenades from his belt in "Promises" (S1E02).
And grenades roll right under the officers' feet.
The grenades are stored in a gun box in Fury's car in "Beloved" (S1E04).
During the attack in "Harvest" (S1E05), Varra opens the drawer where the grenades are kept...
...and throws it at the enemies' feet.

Molotov Cocktail

MI6 agent Nigel (uncredited) throws a Molotov cocktail at the residence of Dalton scientist couple during a raid in "Harvest" (S1E05).

Agent Nigel prepares to throw a bottle to destroy the Daltons' scientific advancements.

Pictures of Guns

On the evidence board at Agent Prescod's hideout in "Resurrection" (S1E01), pictures with guns can be seen.

The forensic scientist shows the Tokarev TT-33 pistol in the bottom picture. The M4A1 and FN F2000 rifles, pistols and other guns are also seen in the center picture.



A holster (most likely with a Makarov pistol) is seen on the Russian police officers in the Vossoyedineniye Square, Moscow in "Resurrection" (S1E01). The holster is seen again during Martin Wallace's arrest by Moscow police at the beginning of "Promises" (S1E02). The two Russian soldiers searching for Nick Fury on the train from Moscow also carry holsters with pistols.

The holster is seen in a background in "Resurrection" (S1E01).
A police officer arrests the alleged organizer of the attack at the beginning of "Promises" (S1E02). However, the gun is still impossible to see in the holster.
A Russian soldier (Alex Romashov) waits for the door opening, showing his holster.

Nuclear Weapon

Believing the Russians are behind the attack on him, President Ritson (Dermot Mulroney) orders the drop an atomic bomb on Russia in "Home" (S1E06).

A rocket is being prepared for a launch that is canceled at the last moment.

Russian Tanks

Satellite imagery show Russian tanks on the border, which the Colonel Rhodes reports to President Ritson at the beginning of "Home" (S1E06).

Several tanks can be seen on the screen in the President's hospital room.

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