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Star Trek: Picard
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Star Trek: Picard is the Paramount+ original series sequel to Star Trek: The Next Generation. Patrick Stewart returns as Admiral Jean-Luc Picard, the Starfleet officer who commanded the Enterprise in the series. While Season 1 featured no firearms, Season 2 of the series has Picard and several characters traveling back 400 years in the past to 2024 Los Angeles in order to prevent an undesirable future. Most of the firearms featured in the series were seen used in this period. The series premiered on the streaming service Paramount+ on January of 2020.
The following weapons were used in the television series Star Trek: Picard:
In "Assimilation" (S2E03), a criminal pulls what appears to be a Glock 17 pistol when confronting Rafaella "Raffi" Musiker (Michelle Hurd) in 2024 Los Angeles. Raffi takes the pistol and removes the slide when she disposes of the weapon. Police officers also carry the Glock in "Watcher" (S2E04).
The Glock 19 pistol appears to be the handgun used by FBI agents raiding Guinan's bar in "Monsters" (S3E07).
In "Hide and Seek" (S2E09), Picard takes out a Walther P38 from a storage crate in his underground tunnel and uses it against the mercenaries who infiltrated his chateau.
In "The Bounty" (S3E06), the protagonists encounter a holographic representation of Professor Moriarty (Daniel Davis) of Sherlock Holmes fame onboard Daystrom Station, the villain wielding a flintlock pistol. Despite being a hologram, his flintlock fires live rounds, causing the protagonists to take cover. He also notably does not have to reload between shots, the single-shot weapon seemingly capable of semi-automatic fire.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
Dr. Agnes Jurati (Alison Pill) takes what appears to be a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun from a wall in the Picard chateau and uses it during a confrontation in "Fly Me to the Moon" (S2E05).
A young Guinan (Ito Aghayere) pulls what appears to be a Ithaca 37 shotgun with a sawed off stock during a confrontation with Picard in "Watcher" (S2E04).