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This is a list of handguns featured in 24. Click on the links in each section to see a detailed breakdown of the weapon's use in a particular season.

3x22 Beretta Cougar

...in Season 3

Beretta 8000 Edit

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The Beretta 8000 (Cougar) is a handgun produced by the Italian Beretta arms company. It was first produced in 1994 as a more compact and concealable alternative to the Beretta 92. It was originally designed for .40 S&W cartridges, but comes in variants chambered in 9×19 mm, .357 SIG and .45 ACP ammunition. It is a recoil operated, locked breech semi-automatic pistol with a rotating barrel locking system. It comes in several variants, including Type D (double action only), Type G (with "decock" only feature), Mini variant, or Inox (stainless steel) models.


3x07 Beretta

...in Season 3

Beretta 92 Edit

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In-universe article: Beretta 92

The Beretta 92 is an Italian semi-automatic handgun first produced by the Beretta company in 1975. It is one of the most common handguns used in 24 and in other film and TV shows, and in real life is used by civilians and armed forces throughout the world. It is chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum (though the 96 and 98 variants take other calibres) with detachable box magazines in various capacities of rounds. It has an open slide design, a hard-chromed barrel bore and a range of 50m. It comes in many variants, including an Inox stainless steel version, the Elite IA (with skeleton hammer and removable sights) and the Elite II (with stainless steel slide).


2x18 Beretta

...in Season 2

Beretta 9000S Edit

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The Beretta 9000S is a compact version of the 8000 Cougar produced from 2000 to 2005. It is chambered in .40 S&W or 9x19mm cartridges, taking either 10 or 12 round magazines, respectively. It has fixed iron sights and an adjustable finger rest, and comes in Type D (decocker) or Type F (traditional double-action) variants. It is primarily used for civilian use.


6x21 Px4 2

...in Season 6

Beretta Px4 Storm Edit

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The Beretta Px4 Storm is a semi-automatic pistol first produced in 2004 by Beretta. It features the rotating barrel system of the 8000 Cougar and the trigger and safety system of the Beretta 92. Many of the parts of the weapon were designed to be easily removable and interchangeable. It can be chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, or .45 ACP ammunition, and has 3-dot iron sights. It has a lightweight polymer construction with steel inserts, and features a Picatinny rail and changeable backstrap. It was designed for personal defense and law enforcement use, and is used in a number of countries worldwide.


7x12 Browning

...in Season 7

Browning Hi-Power Edit

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The Browning Hi-Power is a single-action semi-automatic handgun that was designed by John Browning and first manufactured by the Belgian arms company Fabrique Nationale in 1935. It was used by military during World War II and remains in service across the world to this day. It is chambered in 9x19 Parabellum and .40 S&W calibers, with magazines containing 13 or 10 rounds, respectively. It has a muzzle velocity of 335 m/s and an effective range of 50m.


2x17 Colt

...in Season 2

Colt M1911 Edit

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The Colt M1911 is a military issue handgun that was designed by John Browning in the early 1900s and manufactured by the Colt firearms company. It became the standard issue handgun for the United States Army in 1911, remaining so until 1985, and has also seen use by militaries in multiple other countries across the globe. It is chambered in .45 ACP ammunition, fed by a 7-round detachable box magazine. It is a single-action, semi-automatic, recoil-operated pistol with a grip safety and manual safety.


8x02 Colt

...in Season 8

Colt MK IV Series 70 Edit

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The Colt MK IV Series 70 is a civilian model of the military M1911. They were first produced in 1970 to replace the Colt Government Model, the previous civilian version of the M1911. The Series 70 redesigned the barrel bushing to "Collet Barrel Bushing", which gripped the barrel and increased accuracy but broke more easily. In 1988 they switched back to the original bushing.

3x04 Colt

...in Season 3

Colt MK IV Series 80 Edit

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The Colt MK IV Series 70 is a civilian model of the M1911, which replaced the Series 70 in 1983. It introduced a new internal safety system which blocked the firing pin from discharging unless the trigger was pulled. It also had a redesigned half-cock notch on the sear, replacing the hook style with a flat-top design to stop the hook breaking when the hammer fell to half-cock. The Series 80 iron sights were replaced with three dot sights. This gun came in stainless models, as well as custom versions with an engraved slide and pearl grips (pictured).

Redemption CZ52

...in Redemption

CZ 52 Edit

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The CZ 52 is a Czech handgun designed by Jan and Jaroslav Kratochvíl for the Česká Zbrojovka firearms company. It was designed in 1952 to replace vz. 50 as the standard handgun for the Czech military, which it remained until its replacement by the vz. 82 in 1982. The weapon is chambered in 7.62×25mm Tokarev ammunition and takes 8-round detachable box magazines. It is roller-locked and short recoil-operated, is single action and semi-automatic, and has an effective range of 50m.


5x08 CZ75

...in Season 5

CZ 75 Edit

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The CZ 75 is a Czech handgun first produced in 1975 by the Česká zbrojovka Uherský Brod armament company. It is one of the "wonder nine" handguns, being chambered in 9x19 parabellum ammunition and a staggered column magazine. It is a short recoil operated, locked breech pistol that has the option of single or double action mode. It is the most common handgun in the Czech Republic, and is distributed throughout the world for civilian or military use.


4x09 Glock

...in Season 4

Glock 17Edit

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The Glock 17 is a short recoil operated 9mm semi-automatic pistol produced by the Austrian Glock Ges.m.b.H firearms company. First designed in 1980 to replace the Austrian military's Walther P38 handguns, the Glock 17 is a highly durable handgun made out of a high-strength nylon-based polymer invented specially for the weapon. It is chambered in 9x19 Parabellum ammunition with a standard magazine capacity of 17 rounds, has a muzzle velocity of 375 m/s and a range of 50m. This weapon accounts for 65% of the market share of handguns for US law enforcement agencies, and is used by police and military in countries throughout the world. In 24: The Game, the Tag-17 Pistol is based on the Glock 17.


9x09 Glock 18

...in Live Another Day

Glock 18Edit

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The Glock 18 is a selective fire machine pistol variant of the Glock 17, made by the Glock arms company in Austria. It was first made in 1986 at the request of the Austrian counter-terrorist unit EKO Cobra. It uses extended 33 round magazines, although can be used with the standard Glock 17 magazines as well. It has a fire-control selector switch on the rear left side of the slide, to allow for fully automatic fire. The Glock 18C variant has a keyhole opening cut into the forward portion of the slide allowing more control over the weapon and preventing muzzle rise.


Season5 Jacks Glock

The Glock 19 prop used by Jack in Season 5

Glock 19Edit

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The Glock 19 is a compact version of the Glock 17 developed in Austria by the Glock Ges.m.b.H. company. Its barrel is approximately 12mm shorter than the Glock 17's, and it comes with a standard magazine capacity of 15 rounds as opposed to 17. The Glock 19 has a redesigned slide, frame, barrel, locking block, recoil spring, guide rod, and slide lock spring, but every other component is interchangeable with the 17 model. The Glock 19 retains the operational reliability of the short recoil system, and so the mass of its slide is the same as the Glock 17.


4x07 Glock

...in Season 4

Glock 20Edit

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The Glock 20 is a variant of the Glock 17 introduced in 1991 by the Austrian Glock arms company. It is chambered in 10mm Auto ammunition with a standard magazine capacity of 15 rounds. It handles full-power as well as reduced "FBI" ammunition loads that have a reduced muzzle velocity. Due to the higher pressures of the 10mm auto longer cartridge, the Glock 20 is 2.5mm wider and 7mm longer than the Glock 17, and many of the parts are scaled up versions and cannot interchange. The 20SF is a short frame variant for a smaller version of the weapon.


5x05 Glock 2

...in Season 5

Glock 26Edit

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The Glock 26 is a subcompact version of the Glock 17, made by the Glock arms company in Austria. It was introduced in 1995 for concealed carry, aimed at the civilian market. The frame is much smaller than the Glock 17 and 19, with a pistol grip supporting only two fingers. The barrel and slide are shorter, and the standard double-stack magazine capacity is 10 rounds (although a factory +2 extension magazine can give it a capacity of 12 rounds). Magazines from the larger Glock models do however function in the Glock 26.


9x10 P30

...in Live Another Day

Heckler & Koch P30Edit

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The Heckler & Koch P30 is a semi automatic handgun first produced in 2006 by the Heckler & Koch company as an advancement of the USP and P2000. It is a fully ambidextrous weapon with a polymer frame and a short recoil–operated locked breech system. It is chambered in 9x19 Parabellum or .40 S&W ammunition, fed by detachable box magazines with 15 or 13 rounds, respectively. It has a MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny accessory rail on the dust cover to attach tactical lights or laser sights. It is used by law enforcement officers in several European countries, as well as for civilian use.


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One of two HK USP Compact props used for filming

Heckler & Koch USPEdit

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In-universe: Heckler & Koch USP

The USP (Universale Selbstladepistole or "universal self-loading pistol") is a semi-automatic pistol developed in Germany by Heckler & Koch GmbH (H&K) of Oberndorf am Neckar as a replacement for the P7 series of handguns. Developed between 1989 and 1992 and tested by the U.S. Special Operations Command, the USP is chambered in 40 S&W, .45 ACP, and 9x19mm Parabellum. The USP Compact, first introduced in 1994, is a scaled-down version with additional features that can be chambered in .357 SIG. In 24, only a few prop versions of Jack's USP were used during filming, and some were destroyed due to overuse and wear. Following the series' end, the film memorabilia website The Golden Closet auctioned one of the props for US$ 2500.


5x19 P2000

...in Season 5

Heckler & Koch P2000Edit

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The Heckler & Koch P2000 is a semi-automatic handgun first produced in 2001 by Heckler & Koch. It was based on the USP compact model, but with an improved ergonomic design for better handling. It is chambered in 9x19 Parabellum, .40 S&W or .357SIG ammunition with magazines containing 10-13 rounds. Like the USP, it is short-recoil operated and has a modified Browning-type linkless cam action with a vertically tilting barrel. The weapon is used by law enforcement officers in the US, Canada and other countries.


6x01 Jericho

...in Season 6

Jericho 941Edit

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The Jericho 941 is a semi-automatic pistol that was first produced by Israel Military Industries in 1990. It was imported into the US by KBI and later Mossberg & Sons, and is sometimes nicknamed the Uzi Eagle or the Baby Eagle. It is chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .41 Action Express or .45 ACP ammunition in 10, 12, or 15 round magazines. It has a short recoil, single/double action and has fixed or adjustable sights. It is used in countries across the world.


8x21 Kimber Warrior

...in Season 8

Kimber WarriorEdit

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The Kimber Warrior is a custom version of the M1911 pistol first produced in 1997 by Kimber Manufacturing. It is a full-sized model 1911 with a five inch barrel chambered in .45 ACP ammunition and taking 7, 8 or 10 round box magazines. The "warrior" model is a variant of the Kimber ICQB designed for the Marine Corps Special Operations Command. It does not have an internal firing pin safety block but comes with an ambidextrous thumb safety, a lanyard loop, an internal extractor, a frame-integrated M1913 light rail, Kimber Meprolight tritium night sights and special Kimber produced grips.


MRLE 1x08

...in Season 1

Magnum Research Lone EagleEdit

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The Magnum Research Lone Eagle is a single-shot pistol that was manufactured by Magnum Research Inc. in America. It was designed in the 1980s for silhouette shooting and hunting, and is chambered in a variety of centrefire rifle cartridges such as the .22 Hornet, .358 Winchester and the .444 Marlin. It is a cannon-breeched pistol with a rotary breechblock at the rear. The design of the weapon was bought by Competitor Arms, but in the early 2000s went out of production.

6x13 Makarov 2

...in Season 6

Makarov PMEdit

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The Makarov PM is a semi-automatic pistol manufactured by the Izhevsk Mechanical Plant in Russia, and was the standard military and police sidearm of the Soviet Union from 1951-1991. "PM" stands for Pistolet Makarova, meaning "Makarov's Pistol" after its designer. It is a medium-size, straight-blowback-action, frame-fixed-barrel handgun that is chambered for 9x18mm Makarov ammunition fed from 8-round detachable box magazines. It has a muzzle velocity of 315m/s and an effective range of 50m. It has been produced in many different countries and is used by military and law enforcement agencies across the globe.


3x07 MP25

...in Season 3

Raven Arms MP25Edit

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The Raven Arms MP25 is a compact semi-automatic handgun designed by George Jennings in 1970 in response to the Gun Control Act of 1968 limiting the import of inexpensive handguns. The gun is a blowback operated weapon with post and rear notch sights, chambered in .25 ACP ammunition fed by 6 round detachable box magazines. Raven Arms sold approximately 2 million of the guns before a fire destroyed the factory and in 1991 production ceased.


7x02 Ruger

...in Season 7

Ruger P94Edit

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The Ruger P94 is a centrefire semi-automatic pistol produced by the Sturm, Ruger & Company arms manufacturer. It is the 9mm version of the Ruger P-series which was first introduced in 1985 - it is the mid sized 9mm variant, with a 110mm barrel and a weight of 940g. It is chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum ammunition fed from 10 or 15 round box magazines, and has a manual safety, a SIG P220 type locking system, and an M1911-style tilting barrel. The KP94 variant has stainless steel parts. The weapon was discontinued in 2004.


4x22 SIG pro

...in Season 4

SIG Pro SP 2009Edit

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The SIG Pro SP 2009 is a semi-automatic handgun made by Swiss arms company Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft. It was first announced in 1999, as a 9x19 Parabellum version of the SP 2340 (which used .357 ACP ammunition). It is short-recoil operated, locked breech and uses a Browning cam-operated locking system. It has a Polymer frame with fixed iron sights and has a range of 50m. Its safety features include a decocking lever, trigger-bar disconnect, automatic firing pin lock and a hammer safety intercept notch.


5x04 SIG

...in Season 5

SIG Sauer P225Edit

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The SIG Sauer P225 is a compact semi-automatic pistol manufactured by SIG arms in Switzerland. It is a compact variant of the P220, introduced in the 1970s in response to German police requirements for a standard service pistol, where it was also known as the "P6". It is chambered in 9x19 Parabellum from an 8 round magazine, and has a mechanically locked, recoil operated system. It has an overall length of 180mm and a weight of 740g. The standard SIG type non-gun, designed for film use and firing blanks, is based on the P225 design and accounts for its appearances in 24.


5x09 P226 sport

...in Season 5

SIG Sauer P226Edit

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The SIG Sauer P226 is a full-sized semi-automatic pistol from the Swiss SIG arms company. It was designed in 1986 in response to the XM9 Service Pistol Trials held by the US Army, and is a service-type pistol used by many military and law enforcement officers around the globe. It comes chambered in 9x19 Parabellum, .40 S&W, .357 SIG or .22 Long Rifle ammunition, with magazines containing 10-20 rounds. It has several variants, including accessory rails, two tone designs and custom grips.


SigSauer

...in Season 1

SIG Sauer P228Edit

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The SIG Sauer P228 is a compact version of the P226, made by SIG arms and designated as the M11 pistol by the United States military. It has a shorter slide and barrel than the P226, at 99mm as opposed to 112mm, and is chambered only in 9x19mm Parabellum with a 13 round magazine. The larger 15 or 20 round magazines of the P226 can be used byut they extend from the base of the grip. This weapon has a curved trigger guard, iron sights and a weight of 825g. This weapon is used by American military forces, as well as other professional and civilian users across the world.


P229 1x04

...in Season 1

SIG Sauer P229Edit

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The SIG Sauer P229 is another compact version of the P226 manufactured by SIG arms to supplement and replace the P228 by offering chambering in .357 SIG and .40 S&W as well as 9x19 Parabellum. It has a milled steel slide designed to handle the higher velocities of the alternative ammunition. The P229 is the same size as the P228 but slightly heavier at a weight of 905g. It is also available in the P229R variant, including an accessory rail below the barrel.


9x07 P230

...in Live Another Day

SIG Sauer P230Edit

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The SIG Sauer P230 is a compact semi-automatic handgun made by SIG arms. It was first produced in 1977, and has a simple fixed barrel, straight blow-back configuration and a small design allowing it to be concealed easily. It is chambered in .32 ACP, .380 ACP or 9×18mm Police ammunition with 7 or 8 round magazines, and comes in blued or all stainless finish. It is used by various police forces in the US, Japan and Switzerland. In 1996 it was discontinued and replaced with the P232.


9x11 P232

...in Live Another Day

SIG Sauer P232Edit

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The SIG Sauer P232 is a small lightweight semi-automatic pistol that was made by SIG arms to replace the P230 in 1996. It is chambered in .380 ACP in a single-stack 7 round magazine. It is a simple blowback operated, hammer fired pistol with an automatic firing pin safety, Hogue finger groove rubber grips and SIGLITE night sights. Like its predecessor, it is used by police in several countries worldwide.


2x10 S&W

...in Season 2

Smith & Wesson 3913LSEdit

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The Smith & Wesson 3913LS "LadySmith" is a semi-automatic 3rd generation handgun from the American Smith & Wesson arms company. The 9mm entry in "LadySmith" range, which are versions of S&W weapons aimed at women, it is a variant of the Model 3913 introduced in 1990. It has a stainless steel slide with a compact aluminum alloy frame, a double action trigger and a 3.5 inch barrel. Chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum, it has an 8 round single stack magazine and a single thumb safety on the left side.


3x02 SW 4006

...in Season 3

Smith & Wesson 4006Edit

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The Smith & Wesson 4006 is a semi-automatic 3rd generation Smith & Wesson handgun. It was first produced in 1990, and is chambered in the .40 S&W ammunition that was designed then. It has a stainless steel frame and slide double-action with 4 inch barrel, slide mounted de-cock/safety and an 11-round staggered-column magazine. It has 3-dot adjustable or Novak LoMount combat sights, and a safety that does not allow fire when the magazine is not present. It is in use with American law enforcement agencies, but production stopped in 2011 when it was superseded by the M&P 40.


5x23 S&W

...in Season 5

Smith & Wesson 4506Edit

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The Smith & Wesson 4506 is a semi-automatic 3rd generation pistol produced by Smith & Wesson. It was first produced in 1988, and production ran until 1999. It is a traditional double action/single action pistol, with a 5 inch barrel, stainless steel construction and Xenoy wrap around grips. It is chambered in .45 ACP ammunition, or sometimes in .45 Super (with the purchase of special springs). It is fed with an 8 round box magazine and has an effective range of 50m.


1x03 S&W 5904

...in Season 1

Smith & Wesson 5904Edit

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The Smith & Wesson 5904 is a semi-automatic 3rd generation handgun from Smith & Wesson. It was produced from 1989 to 1998, and has an aluminum alloy frame and blued steel slide. It is a full-sized, double/single action pistol chambered for 9mm Luger Parabellum ammunition. It is fed by 10 or 15 round staggered column magazines, and has 3-dot adjustable sights.


4x19 S&W

...in Season 4

Smith & Wesson 5906Edit

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The Smith & Wesson 5906 is a semi-automatic 3rd generation Smith & Wesson handgun. It is part of the 5900 series, that are all chambered in 9mm Luger Parabellum ammunition, and was produced from 1989 to 1999. It differs from the model 5904 by its all stainless steel construction, making it noticeably heavier at a weight of 1070g. It comes with either 10 or 15 round magazines. The weapon was popular with US military and law enforcement units, although recently is being replaced by lighter polymer framed weapons such as Smith & Wesson's M&P handgun.


4x24 S&W

...in Season 4

Smith & Wesson 6904Edit

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The Smith & Wesson 6904 is a single action/double action 3rd generation Smith & Wesson handgun. It is a compact designed semi-automatic pistol that is small enough for concealed carry. The barrel length is 3.5 inches, and it is chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum ammunition fed from 12-round double column, detachable box magazines. It comes with fixed iron sights, or optional adjustable sights, and has a blued carbon steel slide and a blackened aluminum alloy frame.


9x08 S&W

...in Live Another Day

Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380Edit

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The Smith & Wesson Bodyguard 380 is a compact semi-automatic handgun manufactured by Smith & Wesson. It was first produced in 2011, and is chambered for .380 ACP ammunition fed from 6 round box magazines. It has a double-action trigger, is short-recoil operated and features fixed open sights and an integrated INSIGHT laser sight. In 2014, production was discontinued and it was replaced with the M&P Bodyguard 380, which is functionally identical but has a slightly different design.


3x23 S&W

...in Season 3

Smith & Wesson Model 15Edit

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The Smith & Wesson Model 15 is a six shot double-action revolver manufactured by the Smith & Wesson arms company, and was originally known as the K-38 Combat Masterpiece. It was first produced in 1949, was discontinued in 1999 but reintroduced in 2011 as part of Smith & Wesson's classic revolvers range. It is chambered for the .38 Special cartridge, and has a 4 inch barrel. It has been a popular law enforcement sidearm and was the standard issue for U.S. Air Force Police from 1962 to 1992.


3x12 S&W

...in Season 3

Smith & Wesson Model 19Edit

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The Smith & Wesson Model 19 is a six round double-action revolver produced by Smith & Wesson, using the K-frame platform. It was first produced in 1957, designed in consultation with retired US Border patrolman Bill Jordan as a heavy-barreled four inch K-Frame with a shrouded barrel and adjustable sights. It is chambered for the .357 Magnum cartridge, and is produced in blued carbon steel or nickel-plated steel, with wood or rubber combat grips.


2x17 S&W

...in Season 2

Smith & Wesson Model 60Edit

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The Smith & Wesson Model 60 is a five shot revolver manufactured by Smith & Wesson. It was first produced in 1965, and was the first stainless steel revolver ever made. It was originally chambered for .38 Special cartridges, although in 1996 it was redesigned with a stronger J-frame and lengthened barrel to also use .357 Magnum rounds. It has a swing-out cylinder and exposed hammer, and comes with 2.125", 3" or 5" barrels.


3x05 S&W

...in Season 3

Smith & Wesson Model 66Edit

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The Smith & Wesson Model 66 is a stainless steel variant of the Model 19, produced by the Smith & Wesson arms company. It was first introduced in 1970 as a variant of the 19, and came in 3, 4 or 6 inch barrel lengths. The Model 66 also differed from the 19 by its smooth target-type trigger, although it had the same trigger options as the 19. It had 7 updates to its design until it was discontinued in 2005, however it was reintroduced as the M66 in 2014.


4x04 S&W

...in Season 4

Smith & Wesson Model 317Edit

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The Smith & Wesson Model 317 is an eight shot double-action revolver produced by Smith & Wesson. It was introduced in the 2000s to replace the Model 63 as part of the "kit gun" range - guns designed for outdoor activities. The 317 is made of titanium and aluminum, replacing the steel of the older kit guns to be more lightweight. It is chambered in .22 Long Rifle ammunition, has a 3" barrel and HI-VIZ front sights and adjustable rear sights.


4x14 revolver

...in Season 4

Smith & Wesson Model 637 AirweightEdit

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The Smith & Wesson Model 637 Airweight is a lightweight, compact five shot double-action/single-action revolver from Smith & Wesson. It is the stainless steel version of the Model 37, which is itself the airweight version of the Model 36. The weapon has a stainless steel barrel and cylinder, an alloy frame and exposed hammer. It has a barrel length of 4.8cm, and a weight of 0.425kg. It is chambered for the .38 Special cartridges.


3x07 SW99

...in Season 3

Smith & Wesson SW99Edit

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The Smith & Wesson SW99 is a cheaper version of the Walther P99, which is produced as a joint venture between Walther Arms and the Smith & Wesson company. The slide and barrel are produced in the US by S&W, and have a slightly different design to the P99. The SW99 is available chambered in .45 ACP ammunition, an option not offered by the P99. The magazines are interchangeable between the two weapons, and are color coded to identify the type.


5x23 1911

...in Season 5

Smith & Wesson SW1911Edit

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The Smith & Wesson SW1911 is a single-action semi-automatic pistol based on the M1911 and first produced by Smith & Wesson in 2003. It is stainless steel framed, and retains the design of the M1911 but with extra serrations at the front of the slide, a high "beaver-tail" grip safety, external extractor, lighter weight hammer and trigger, and updated internal safeties. It is chambered in .45 ACP, but can also come in 9mm versions and a variety of different variants.


6x10 M1911

...in Season 6

Springfield M1911Edit

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The Springfield M1911 is a type of M1911 handgun that is manufactured by Springfield Armory as opposed to the Colt Manufacturing Company. The M1911 pistols produced for World War I were made either by Colt or by Springfield. After World War II so many M1911 pistols had been produced that the government cancelled production, and instead government arsenals such as Springfield refurbished existing pistols into the M1911 design. The Springfield M1911 pistols can be recognised by the "SA" stamped onto the frame or receiver.

9x05 XD-45

...in Live Another Day

Springfield XD-9 TacticalEdit

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The Springfield XD-9 Tactical is the US marketing name for the HS2000, manufactured by the Croatian arms company HS Produkt and licensed and sold by Springfield Armory. It was first produced in 1999, after designer Marko Vuković made improvements to his service pistol, the PHP. Springfield acquired the rights to the weapon in 2002 and used the name XD-9, standing for "X-treme Duty 9mm". The weapon is is a short recoil-operated locked breech striker fired semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum ammunition, and features multiple safety features: on the trigger, the grip, a drop safety and an out of battery safety.


9x06 Steyr 2

...in Live Another Day

Steyr M9-A1Edit

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The Steyr M9-A1 is a type of semi automatic pistol introduced in 2004 by the Steyr Mannlicher arms company of Austria, replacing the original Steyr M9 that was first produced in 1999. The A1 model has improved ergonomics and textured surfaces as well as a STANAG 2324 Picatinny accessory rail. The pistol is chambered in 9x19 Parabellum ammunition in 17-round detachable box magazines. It is used by police forces and the civilian market in several countries across the world.


9x06 Steyr

...in Live Another Day

Steyr S9-A1Edit

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The Steyr S9-A1 is the compact version of the M9-A1 pistol. It was developed for a concealed carry use, having a shortened barrel and slide and a smaller frame. The overall length is 166.5mm, with a barrel length of 92mm, compared to the M9-A1's overall length of 176mm and barrel length of 102mm. It also has a reduced weight of 739g compared to the 851g of the M9-A1. The S9-A1 originally could only take 10 round magazines of 9x19 Parabellum ammunition, however it was redesigned in 2010 to take the full 17 round magazines of the non-compact M9.


8x20 Taurus Judge

...in Season 8

Taurus JudgeEdit

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The Taurus Judge is a five shot revolver manufactured by the Taurus International arms company in the Brazil. It is a derivative of the Taurus Tracker, and got the nickname "Judge" in 2006 after judges in Miami were using it as a personal defense weapon in their courtrooms. It is chambered in .410 bore shotgun shells or .45 Colt cartridges, and has a barrel length of 3 inches. Taurus promotes the weapon as a tool for self defense against carjacking or home intrusions.


7x01 Taurus

...in Season 7

Taurus PT 24/7Edit

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The Taurus PT 24/7 is a semi-automatic pistol made by the Brazilian Taurus firearms company. It was first produced in 2004 as a concealed carry civilian weapon or as a backup weapon for law enforcement officers. It is chambered in 9x19 Parabellum, .40 S&W or .45 ACP ammunition, coming in magazines carrying anything from 6 to 17 rounds. The weapon has fixed iron sights, with a Picatinny accessory rail integration system, and has a barrel length of 4.25 inches. The weapon is used by Brazilian police and law enforcement.


1x20 Taurus

...in Season 1

Taurus PT92Edit

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The Taurus PT92 is a pistol based on the Beretta 92 and manufactured by the Brazilian Taurus arms company. Beretta set up a factory in São Paulo in order to fulfil a large contract of Beretta 92 pistols for the Brazilian army, and when the factory was bought by Taurus they started producing the PT92 based on the original 92 design, for which the patent had expired. The pistol is recoil-operated, chambered in 9x19 Parabellum and takes 17 round magazines. It differs from the 92FS by its frame mounted safety and wider cocking serration. More recently the PT92 comes with a built in accessory rail.


8x06 Vektor

...in Season 8

Vektor CP1Edit

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The Vektor CP1 is a South African semi-automatic pistol produced by Lyttleton Engineering Works. It was designed as a concealed carry weapon for law enforcement and civilian use, and was first produced in 1996. It is chambered in 9x19mm Parabellum, 9x21mm IMI or .40 S&W ammunition, with 10-13 round magazines. It was designed with a polymer frame with no sharp edges, rendering it snag-proof, and has iron sights and a manual safety at the front of the trigger guard. It uses a gas-delayed blowback action. The gun was used by the South African Police Service, however in 2001 it was taken out of production after a recall notice for internal safety issues.


7x04 P99

...in Season 7

Walther P99Edit

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The Walther P99 is a semi-automatic handgun first produced in 1997 by the Walther Arms company. It was introduced for professional and civilian use as a replacement for the Walther P5 and P88 models. It is chambered in 9x19 Parabellum, 9x21 IMI or .40 S&W ammunition, with detachable box magazines containing 10-20 rounds depending on model. It is a short-recoil operated, locked breech pistol with a 3-dot notch sight, having a muzzle velocity of 408m/s and an effective range of 60m.


3x16 PPK

...in Season 3

Walther PPEdit

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The Walther PP is a straight blowback operated semi-automatic pistol first produced in 1929 by the German Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen arms company. "PP" stands for Polizeipistole, or "Police pistol", and it has been used by police, military and civilian use in many countries throughout the 20th century, including during World War II. It is chambered in .25, .32, or .380 ACP, or .22 Long rifle or 9x18 Ultra PP-Super ammunition. It has fixed iron sights, and exposed hammer, single-column magazine and fixed barrel. The weapon comes in many variants, the PPK being one of the most popular and well-known, notable as James Bond's weapon of choice as well as the gun used by Adolf Hitler to commit suicide.

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