Spy City is a British-German-Czech drama television series written by William Boyd. Berlin in 1961, the construction of the Berlin Wall is about to begin. Berlin is ruled by the four occupying powers; the British MI6, the French SDECE, the Soviet KGB, and the U.S. CIA have their agents stationed all over the city and several double agents have been recruited in all four intelligence services. British Fielding Scott, an agent of MI6, is supposed to escort an East German scientist across the border, but he is killed just before he escapes, along with his family. From now on, Scott has the task of finding the traitor in his own ranks who betrayed that the scientist wants to defect. At the same time, he must avoid that a wrong decision on his part triggers a nuclear first strike of the opposite side.
The following weapons can be seen in the miniseries Spy City:
Webley & Scott Metropolitan Police
A suppressed Webley & Scott Metropolitan Police pistol is used by double agent Mr. S. Haldane (Aleš Košnar) in Ep. 01 "Operation Beethoven". The female assassin Friedericke Stahl (Eugenia Kuzmina) in Ep. 04 "The Flower Market" also uses (possibly the same) Webley & Scott pistol to kill Fielding Scott who makes also use of this pistol.
Webley & Scott Metropolitan Police Model - .32 ACP
Before the meeting with Fielding, Mr. Haldane checks his Webley & Scott pistol in the men's room.
After killing the waiter, he goes to the toilette in which Fielding is hiding.
A shot is released during the scuffle. Moments before, the pistol is dropped by him while falling but magically returned in the next scene. This is a continuity error (Ep. 01).
The assassin Friedericke covers her pistol lying on a tray with a towel (Ep. 04).
Mr. Haldane shoots the waiter during a flashback (Ep. 06).
The East-German Stasi agent called Leatherjacket (Vaclav Jiracek) confronts Fielding Scott and Manfred Ziegler (Wanja Mues) with a Tokarev TT-33 in Ep. 01 "Operation Beethoven".
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Leatherjacket immiadaly draws his TT-33 as Fielding Scott reaches for his pocket.
He points his pistol at approached Fielding.
Fielding now in control of Leatherjacket's Tokarev uncocks the hammer. Note the finer cocking serrations; a clear indication of a Post-1947 version.
Fielding Scott's (Dominic Cooper) duty sidearm is a Walther PP which he uses in Ep. 01 "Operation Beethoven", Ep. 05 "Dark Imaginings" and Ep. 06 "The Wall".
Post war Walther PP - .32 ACP.
Fielding secures the entrance of Manfred's apartment after breaching in.
A distant view of the left left side (Ep. 01)
He draws his PP during the trespassing in the West German police archive.
Another view while lowering his Walther.
He holds Torrance Dunn (Brian Caspe) at gun point (Ep. 06)
FN Model 1900
The French female SDECE-Agent Severine Bloch (Romane Portail) carries an FN Model 1900 pistol.
Severine holds her FN Model 1900 at the ready (Ep. 01).
She shoots at Klaus Fiesler.
A front view of the same scene (Ep. 02).
Severine points it at Ulrike's head.
A slightly better view of the pistol.
She examines a photography negative roll (Ep. 04).
A Colt M1911A1 is seen lying in the safe room's floor hiding place in Ep. 02 "Out of the Past".
World War II issued Colt M1911A1 pistol - .45 ACP
The floor hiding place includes also a Ruby.
Garate, Anitua y Cia Ruby-Type Pistol - .32 ACP
Sauer Model 1913
A Sauer 1913 is the third and last pistol hidden beneath the floor.
J.P. Sauer & Sohn Model 1913 - .32 ACP
The Walther pistol of Fielding Scott changes in Ep. 02 into a more compact PPK.
Fielding knocked out the hitmen. Note the shorter barrel.
Near the end of Ep. 02, a Beretta M1934 is seen lying in a case of a French hitman. Another suppressed Beretta is seen with an MI6 operator in Ep. 05 "Dark Imaginings".
Beretta M1934 - .380 ACP.
Beretta M1934 with a suppressor - .380 ACP.
A close-up of the suppressed Beretta (Ep. 05).
The Soviet General Victor Kovrin (Mark Zak) is seen with a Makarov PM in Ep. 03. An assassin is seen using a suppressed Makarov in Ep. 04 and in Ep. 06 during a flashback. Kovrin's adjutant (Anton Tataru) draws a Makarov in Ep. 06 "The Wall".
Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Suppressed Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
The just awaken Victor Kovrin took his Makarov out of his bedside cabinet (Ep. 03).
An assassin brandishes his suppressed Makarov during a flashback.
The adjutant in front of the car holds a Makarov (Ep. 06).
A few French soldiers are briefly seen with holstered pistols in Ep. 04 "The Flower Market". An MAS M1935S is a possible guess.
The pistol's grip is seen in the holster of the left soldier.
August Froben (Tonio Arango) uses a suppressed CZ 27 pistol in Ep. 05 "Dark Imaginings" and Ep. 06 "The Wall".
A front view of the CZ while shooting (Ep. 05).
August threatens Fielding with his CZ 27 (Ep. 06).
Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless
Ulrike Farber (Johanna Wokalek) owns a Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless seen in Ep. 04 "The Flower Market" which is never used.
Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless "Lemon Squeezer" - .38 S&W
The revolver is seen in the opened drawer.
Sten Mk. II
An unused Sten Mk II is briefly seen in Ep. 01 "Operation Beethoven" lying on the monitors of the Alfriston Club's gatekeeper.
Sten Mk II (Canadian) - 9x19mm
East German Volkspolizei and some members of Kampfgruppen der Arbeiterklasse (Combat Groups of the Working Class; a paramilitary organization in the GDR) can be seen carrying PPD-40s.
PPD-40 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
behind the traffic sign carries his PPD-40 (Ep. 01).
Another police officer slings his PPD while watching East Berlin citizens (Ep. 03).
A PPD is seen carried by another police officer at the English border checkpoint (Ep. 04).
A picture taken by Ulrike shows a detailed view of one PPD shouldered by a young militiaman (Ep. 06).
Soldiers of the Nationale Volksarmee in Ep. 06 are armed with PPSh-41 submachine guns.
PPSh-41 with 71-round drum magazine - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Eliza approaches an NVA soldier (Felix von Bredow) guarding the border.
A closer view of the same soldier telling them that the border is now closed.
Two soldiers patrolling the border.
A soldier forces speechless Ulrike to return to the east sector.
British troops are armed with L1A1 SLRs, the British variant of the FN FAL. It can be seen in every episode; notably with two soldiers standing in front of the British HQ in West Berlin.
Late L1A1 Self Loading Rifle with black fiberglass furniture - 7.62x51mm NATO.
A promotional image showing two British soldiers with L1A1 SLRs. Note the Mk. IV "Turtle" helmets.
Two British soldiers on the left resting with their L1A1 SLR at the border crossing.
A slightly better view of one L1A1 SLR (Ep. 01).
A group of British soldiers in the background has L1A1 SLRs (Ep. 04).
Some East German policemen can be seen with SKS rifles.
A police officer in the distant carries an SKS over his back (Ep. 01).
Another view of an SKS carried by a police officer at a border crossing (Ep. 03).
A militiaman with his SKS on the left while his comrades unload barbed wire on August 13, 1961 (Ep. 06).
Two militiamen with SKS rifles are seen on a promotional picture.
Takedown Sniper Rifle
At the end of Ep. 02, an unknown scoped takedown rifle is seen.
Two Soviet soldiers guarding the Soviet KGB HQ entrance in Ep. 04 "The Flower Market" have AKS-47.
Type 3 AKS-47 with stock folded - 7.62x39mm
A blurred view of an AKS-47 in the background of a promotional image.
The soldiers standing on each side of the entrance in the background.
One of the soldiers opens the door for Severine Bloch.
A close-up of the unhooded front sight.
MAS-36 are briefly seen wielded by French soldiers in Ep. 04 "The Flower Market" and Ep. 06. "The Wall".
Two French soldiers cover a refugee's escape with their MAS-36.
End of the democratic sector of greater Berlin
They show the East-Germans a reason not to go further (Ep. 04).
Four unknown rifles can be seen in Ep. 02 hanging on walls in the hunting club.
The first three rifles are seen. The two on the left appear to be flintlock muskets.
The buttstock of a rifle is seen on the right.
The same rifle from above seen in the background; between the heads.
1937 Canvas Holster
A British soldier is very briefly seen with a 1937 Canvas Holster for a Webley Revolver.
Double barreled Shotgun
At a wall of the hunters club in Ep. 02, a Double-barreled Shotgun can be seen.
1960s Era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
The shotgun is seen behind Fielding to the left.