The Firearms (and Bows) of The Walking Dead S1-S3

With the season 3 finale of AMC’s The Walking Dead taking place, lets take a look back on the arsenal of firearms and crossbows used by Rick Grimes and his group of survivors. All three seasons have featured some very cool weapons used in the episodes. For more information on firearms in film and television check out the Internet Movie Firearms Database.

WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!

 SEASON ONE

Revolvers

Colt Python

Deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) carries a six-inch barreled Colt Python .357 Magnum revolver as his duty sidearm in the series. He is seen using the revolver prominently in the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01). Of note is that when Grimes fires the gun in a very tight, enclosed space (in this case, inside a tank), it actually severely disorients him and hurts his hearing, unlike most movies or shows that have people firing guns indoors or in other enclosed spaces without being fazed. Grimes notably uses the revolver twice in Season 1, wielding it in “Wildfire” (S1E05) and once again fires it as the group flee the CDC in Season 1’s finale “TS-19” (S1E06).

Colt Python with 6″ Barrel – .357 Magnum

Production image of Deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) aiming his Colt Python sidearm at a threat.

In the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), a flashback shows Rick wielding his Python as he scolds the other deputies on wanting to get on a reality cop show. Note Shane in the background with his Mossberg.

In the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), Rick put his Python to the head of a deputy-turned-zombie.

In the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), Rick puts the Python to his head when he believes all hope is lost.

In the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), Rick puts the Python to the head of the undead soldier. When Grimes fires the gun in a very tight, enclosed space (in this case, inside a tank), it actually severely disorients him and hurts his hearing, unlike most movies or shows that have people firing guns indoors or in other enclosed spaces without being fazed. The undead soldier is portrayed by actor Sam Witwer.

Rick holds the Python on Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) in “Vatos” (S1E04).

Grimes holds the Python on Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) in “Wildfire” (S1E05). (It seems that this is becoming a habit.)

Smith & Wesson Model 586

Just before the group leaves for the CDC Headquarters in “Wildfire” (S1E05), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) gives Morales (Juan Gabriel Pareja) what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 586in .357 Magnum from the bag of guns when Morales and his family decide to leave the group to find the rest of their kin in Birmingham. Shane is heard saying “.357?” as well when Rick is getting it out of the bag.

Smith & Wesson Model 586 – .357 Magnum

Just before the group leaves for the CDC Headquarters in “Wildfire” (S1E05), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) gives Morales (Juan Gabriel Pareja) what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 586 in .357 Magnum.

Smith & Wesson Model 10

In “Vatos” (S1E04), a snub nose Smith & Wesson Model 10 or two can be seen in the hands of the Vatos. during the standoff in Atlanta, specifically Felipe (Noel Gugliemi). In “Wildfire” (S1E05), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) offers a Model 10 from the bag of guns to Jim who has been bitten to end himself, he declines.

Smith & Wesson Model 10 snub nose revolver – .38 Special

Felipe (Noel Gugliemi) holds a Model 10 snub nose in “Vatos” (S1E04).

A Smith & Wesson Model 10 snub can be seen in the hands of Felipe (Noel Gugliemi) on the right in “Vatos” (S1E04).

Felipe (Noel Gugliemi) holds a Model 10 snub nose during the standoff in “Vatos” (S1E04).

In “Wildfire” (S1E05), Rick offers Jim a Smith & Wesson Model 10 as they leave him.

Smith & Wesson Model 15

In “Vatos” (S1E04), what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 15 is seen in the hands of one of Guillermo’s right hand men, Jorge (James Gonzaba) during the standoff.

Smith & Wesson Model 15 – .38 Special

In “Vatos” (S1E04), a Smith & Wesson Model 15 can possibly be seen in the hands of the gang member on the left.

Taurus Model 85

A stainless Taurus Model 85 is used by Morgan Jones (Lennie James) in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01). It has a 5-shot cylinder but is not of the S&W J-frame series. The unique curved ejector shroud on a Taurus Model 85 is barely noticeable in the photos below. Most likely if it is not a Taurus Model 85, it could possibly be a Ruger SP101. More in the Discussion page.

Taurus Model 85 (classic Model) in Blued Finish – .38 Special. Note the shape of the ejector shroud is like the one Morgan uses. The one in the show is a nickel version.

A stainless Taurus Model 85 is used by Morgan Jones (Lennie James) in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

A dazed Rick is threatened with the Taurus in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

Pistols

Glock 17

A Glock 17 was one of the sidearms of the police in the first episode. One of the deputies was told by Grimes to have a round chambered and also (incorrectly) to make sure the safety was off. A Glock 17 is also taken by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) from Rick’s gun bag to confront the Vatos in in “Vatos” (S1E04). Shane Walsh (Jon Bernthal) carries one as well as his duty sidearm, and is seen carrying it at the end of “Vatos” (S1E04). In “TS-19” (S1E06), Shane is seen firing the pistol when they are fleeing the CDC headquarters when he takes a shot on a zombie as they make a break for the vehicles. It can also be seen in Shane’s hands in the opening flashback of the same episode in the hospital.

A Generation 3 Glock 17 – 9x19mm

A deputy aims his Glock 17 in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

Shane keeps the Glock 17 holstered on his belt in “Vatos” (S1E04).

Daryl loads up a Glock 17 in “Vatos” (S1E04).

In a flashback, Shane with his Glock in “TS-19” (S1E06). The pistol here appears to be a non-gun.

Shane takes a shot with his Glock at a zombie in “TS-19” (S1E06).

SIG-Sauer P228

At the beginning of the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), one of the suspects from the police chase uses what appears to be a two-tone SIG-Sauer P228.

SIG-Sauer P228 with Two-Tone finish – 9x19mm

In the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), a chase suspect emerges from the wrecked car firing a two-tone SIG P228 at police.

The criminal fires the P228 in the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

SIG-Sauer P226

In “Vatos” (S1E04), Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) handles a black SIG-Sauer P226 as he, Daryl, and T-Dog load up from the bag of guns as they prepare to confront the Vatos. It appears he may even have it tucked in the back of his belt during the confrontation later at the small of his back in addition to the Colt Python in his holster.

SIG-Sauer P226 – 9x19mm.

In “Vatos” (S1E04), Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) picks up a SIG-Sauer P226 from the gun bag.

In “Vatos” (S1E04), Rick inspects the SIG P226.

M1911A1

In the flashback seen at the beginning of the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), one of the suspects from the police chase uses a M1911A1 to wound Rick before being killed himself by Shane.

Colt M1911A1 – .45 ACP

In the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), a thug fires the M1911A1 at Rick during a flashback.

Browning Hi-Power

Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) carries a chrome Browning Hi-Power pistol and uses it to threaten fellow group members in “Guts” (S1E02). The weapon is taken forcefully, then used by Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) as he and Glenn make their way to the truck.

FN Browning Hi-Power with chrome finish and adjustable sights – 9x19mm

Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) holds the Hi-Power on T-Dog in “Guts” (S1E02).

Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) holds the Hi-Power to the head of Dixon (Michael Rooker) in “Guts” (S1E02).

Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) fires the Hi-Power as he and Glenn make their way to the truck in “Guts” (S1E02).

Beretta 92FS

Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) takes a Beretta 92FS (standing in for a U.S. Military-issue M9) from a dead soldier inside a tank in the end of the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01). In “Guts” (S1E02), Rick identifies on the radio that the pistol is a Beretta with “15 rounds in the clip”. He fires it until dry then stores it in Glenn’s Backpack. In the opening flashback of “TS-19” (S1E06), Shane witnesses soldiers using Berettas to execute infected people in the hospital where Rick laid comatose in during the initial outbreak. One of the soldiers in the hospital flashback in “TS-19” (S1E06) uses a Non Gun Beretta 92FS when he’s finishing off the bodies with a shot to the head.

Beretta 92FS – 9x19mm

Rick holds the Beretta taken off a dead soldier in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

Closeup of the Beretta held by Rick in “Guts” (S1E02).

A soldier uses a flashpaper Beretta on the bodies. This was probably done due to the enclosed space that the weapon was used in as well as for the safety of the extras on the floor, since the gun fires several times near them. Also, its appearance is relatively brief, so there probably wasn’t a need for a real blank firearm.

Smith & Wesson 3913 “Ladysmith”

Andrea (Laurie Holden) is first seen with a Smith & Wesson 3913 “Ladysmith” in “Guts” (S1E02). She later in the episode hands the pistol to Glenn (Steven Yeun) for his own protection when he and Rick make their way to the escape van, he does not fire it in the escape though. Andrea uses it in “Wildfire” (S1E05) to put her sister Amy down after she comes back as a walker.

Smith & Wesson 3913 “Ladysmith” – 9x19mm

Andrea points the S&W 3913 at Rick Grimes in “Guts” (S1E02).

The S&W 3913 from another angle in “Guts” (S1E02). Note the safety is on. Later Rick Grimes gives Andrea a brief lesson on handling the gun and instructs her to take the safety off before firing.

Andrea pulls the Ladysmith on Rick in “Wildfire” (S1E05). She quips: I know how the safety works, referring to when Rick corrected her on it.

Browning BDA

Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) is seen with what appears to be a Browning BDA during the standoff in “Vatos” (S1E04). The handgun in the front of his waistband is definitely not the Glock he loaded earlier on which is in the back of his waistband at the small of his back. Unlike the Glock, this pistol also has an external hammer. It seems to also have a different rear sight than the SIG featured in the earlier loading scene.

Browning BDA – 9x19mm

Daryl has the pistol tucked in his waistband in “Vatos” (S1E04)

On the left, the pistol can be seen in Daryl’s waistband in “Vatos” (S1E04)

Shotguns

Mossberg 590

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), a Mossberg 590 is first seen during a flashback being used by Rick’s partner, Shane Walsh (Jon Bernthal) during the shootout with the suspects in the overturned vehicle just before Rick is wounded in the line of duty. The shotgun is fitted with an extended magazine tube, heat-shield, collapsible KNOXX SpecOps NRS stock with pistol grip. It appears again later in Shane’s possession at the survivor camp and can notably be seen being used by Shane on the attacking Walkers at the camp in “Vatos” (S1E04). In “Wildfire” (S1E05), Shane is seen with the shotgun when he and Rick Grimes patrol the woods. Shane also loses his cool when trapped in the CDC Headquarters in the Season 1 finale “TS-19” (S1E06) and uses it to blow up some computer monitors but later uses it in an attempt to bust the glass to escape the CDC which fails. Once outside, Shane uses the Mossberg to blast down walkers as the group runs to the vehicles.

Mossberg 590 with heatshield and KNOXX SpecOps stock.

Shane aims the Mossberg in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

Production image of Shane with Mossberg 590 fitted with KNOXX SpecOps NRS stock in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), Shane’s Mossberg 590 is seen on the ground as Shane checks the wounded Grimes.

Shane cleans his Mossberg in “Tell It to the Frogs” (S1E03).

Shane aims the Mossberg in episode 5, when he is patrolling the woods with Grimes in “Wildfire” (S1E05).

Shane fires his shotgun out of frustration in “TS-19” (S1E06).

Production image of Shane holding the shotgun at the survivor’s camp.

Mossberg 500

The Mossberg 500 shotgun with extended mag tube is first seen used by law enforcement officers seen in a flashback chasing suspects in a car in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01). Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) can first be seen using the Mossberg 500 in “Vatos” (S1E04), as it was packed in his bag of guns from the police station he dropped in the series premiere. He uses this shotgun from the bag in the standoff with the Vatos and ends up giving it to their leader, Guillermo (Neil Brown Jr.) after the Vatos turn out to be doing a good thing.

Mossberg 500 with high-capacity magazine tube – 12 gauge

The Mossberg 500 shotgun with extended mag tube is first seen used by law enforcement officers seen in a flashback chasing suspects in a car in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

Rick with a Mossberg 500 during the standoff in “Vatos” (S1E04).

Closeup of T-Dog (IronE Singleton) loading the Mossberg in “Vatos” (S1E04).

Mossberg 590 Compact Cruiser

In the series premiere “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), a flashback shows one of the suspects that emerged from the wrecked car following a police chase using a Mossberg 590 Compact Cruiser fitted with a door-breaching muzzle-brake.

Mossberg 590 “Compact Cruiser” with door breaching brake – 12 Gauge

In a flashback, a chase suspect fires a Mossberg 590 Compact Cruiser in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01). Note the door-breaching muzzle brake.

Remington 870 Wingmaster

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), a Remington 870 Wingmaster shotgun is briefly seen in the house Rick stops at. In the same episode, Rick also has one stashed in his bag of guns he got from the police station locker, the shotgun sports a walnut stock, a barrel without the raised barrel vent rib and possibly a shorter 20″ Barrel, it ends up with Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) during the “switch” with the Vatos in S01E04. Daryl continues to carry it along with his crossbow in “Wildfire” (S1E05) when the group arrives at the CDC and still has it in the opening of “TS-19” (S1E06).

Remington 870 Field Gun with raised barrel ribbing and 28″ barrel – 12 Gauge

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), the Remington 870 is among the shotguns taken from the police armory.

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), a Remington 870 Wingmaster shotgun is briefly seen in the house Rick stops at.

Remington 870 Slug Gun – 12 Gauge

Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) with Remington 870 Wingmaster in “Vatos” (S1E04). This shotgun doesn’t have the raised barrel vent rib.

Close-up of Daryl’s Remington in “Vatos” (S1E04).

Remington 870

In “Vatos” (S1E04), T-Dog (IronE Singleton) takes Remington 870 with a synthetic stock from Rick’s bag of guns and uses it during the standoff as well as during the walker’s siege on the survivor camp. He appears to be carrying it still as the group make their way to the CDC in “Wildfire” (S1E05).

Remington 870 with early style Black Synthetic Riot foregrips and buttstock – 12 Gauge

In “Vatos” (S1E04), T-Dog (IronE Singleton) armed with the synthetic Remington 870 enters the Vatos stronghold ready to fight.

Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Compact

For the remainder of “Vatos” (S1E04), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) appears to be using a Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Compact with a wood stock to replace the Mossberg he gave to Guillermo. He fires it at walkers in the camp during the attack and then carries it throughout “Wildfire” (S1E05) and upon arriving at the CDC in “TS-19” (S1E06).

H&R Pardner Pump Compact – 20 Gauge

Rick with the shotgun in “Wildfire” (S1E05).

Rick with his Pardner, when he and Shane patrol the woods in “Wildfire” (S1E05).

Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Protector

Glenn (Steven Yeun) is seen using what appears to be a Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Protector fitted with a ribbed barrel after taking it from Rick’s gunbag in “Vatos” (S1E04). He uses it during the subsequent episodes, most notably during the siege on the camp by the walkers. In “Wildfire” (S1E05), he still has it as the group makes their way to the CDC Headquarters.

Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Protector – 12 gauge

Glenn (Steven Yeun) uses the shotgun in “Vatos” (S1E04).

Glenn with the shotgun after the walker attack in “Vatos” (S1E04).

Rifles

Winchester Model 70

In “Guts” (S1E02), Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) is seen firing a Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle atop a building at walkers. He also uses the rifle to rifle-butt T-Dog in a disagreement before Rick intervenes.

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 – .30-06

In “Guts” (S1E02), Merle (Michael Rooker) aims his rifle on a rooftop.

In “Guts” (S1E02), a close-up of the rifle used by Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker).

Remington 700 VLS

Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) carries what appears to be a Remington 700 with a scope and Varmint Laminated Stock, he is seen with it in every episode usually slung over his back as he keeps watch over camp. In “Vatos” (S1E04), Dale fires it on the walkers during the attack and carries it to the CDC. In “TS-19” (S1E06), it appears that T-Dog (IronE Singleton) is carrying the rifle as the group flees the CDC and even fires it at least once.

Remington 700 with Varmint Laminated Stock

Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) poses with his rifle in a promotional image, displaying good trigger discipline. *Note: The position of the floorplate release inside the trigger guard suggests this is a laminate-stocked Remington Model 700, rather than a Ruger M77. The Ruger has the floorplate release positioned further down inside the trigger guard*

Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) carries what appears to be a Remington 700 with a scope and Varmint Laminated Stock in “Tell It to the Frogs” (S1E03).

Dale fires the rifle when the walkers attack the survivor camp in “Vatos” (S1E04).

Remington 700 BDL

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), a scoped Remington 700 BDL is given to Morgan Jones (Lennie James) by Rick Grimes from the sheriff’s station arsenal. Morgan uses it to brush up on his marksmanship skills from the second story window of his hideout. To note when he is setting up to kill his wife (yet he is unable to bring himself to do so.) He takes an I.D. Photo and sets it up like a hide sight giving us a possibility of being a sniper in the past.

Remington 700 BDL rifle with no iron sights and scope – .308 Winchester

Morgan (Lennie James) handles the Remington 700 BDL inside the police locker after Rick gives it to him in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

Morgan with his Remington from the second story of his safe house in the process of working up to putting his wife down in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

Browning Automatic Rifle Safari

A scoped Browning Automatic Rifle Safari is one of the rifles retrieved in Rick’s bag of guns. In “Vatos” (S1E04), the rifle is briefly seen being used by T-Dog (IronE Singleton) during the standoff with the gangsters in Atlanta.

Mk II Safari Browning Automatic Rifle – .30-06

In “Vatos” (S1E04), T-Dog on the right with his Safari.

As T-Dog aims his Safari during the standoff, a clearer shot of the stock of the gun in “Vatos” (S1E04).

Assault Rifles

M4A1

M4A1 assault rifles can be seen abandoned with several dead soldiers and other military personnel around the CDC Headquarters in “Wildfire” (S1E05). US soldiers appear to be armed with M4A1’s in the opening of “TS-19” (S1E06) when Shane witnesses the execution of infected people inside the hospital. An M4A1 is also carried by Dr. Edwin Jenner (Noah Emmerich) later in the same episode when he first confronts the group he allowed inside.

Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight’s Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip – 5.56x45mm

A soldier with an M4 during the hospital flashback in “TS-19” (S1E06).

The same soldier gets grabbed behind by a zombie, which causes him to wildly empty his magazine into his fellow soldiers in “TS-19” (S1E06). Note the enlarged muzzle on the rifle, indicating it is a flashpaper Non Gun.

Dr. Jenner (Noah Emmerich) with an M4A1 fitted with an Aimpoint Sight in “TS-19” (S1E06).

A close-up of the handguard of Jenner’s M4 in “TS-19” (S1E06).

Machine Guns

Browning M2HB

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), a mockup of a Browning M2HB is seen mounted atop a British Chieftain tank (presumably standing in for an M1 Abrams) in which Grimes takes refuge. Similar M2HBs mockups are also seen on Bell UH-1 “Huey” helicopters and on a IAV Stryker in the episode. What appears to be an authentic M2HB is seen in the foreground as Rick passes the tank on horseback.

Browning M2HB – .50 BMG

At the beginning of “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), a mockup of a Browning M2HB is seen mounted on a Bell UH-1 “Huey” helicopter that Rick stumbles upon.

Rick passes the tank in “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01). The fake M2HB is visible on the hatch, with a real M2HB in the foreground. As seems common for Chieftains standing in for other tanks, the thermal sleeve has been removed from the L11A5 L/55 120mm rifled cannon. This appears to be a Mark 11 tank, mounting the “Stillbrew” bolt-on armor package for the driver’s position and turret, and minus the .50 cal coaxial ranging machine gun and the large infrared searchlight box on the left hand side of the turret.

A closeup of the mounting; note that the mounting is designed for the L7 GPMG, an FN MAG derivative, and the fake M2 simply sits on top of it. Compare to the real M2 in the foreground of the shot above.

DShK

In “Wildfire” (S1E05), a DShK heavy machine gun is seen in a machine gun next outside the CDC in Atlanta. Likely a mocked-up Browning M2.

A Russian DShKM on Tripod – 12.7x108mm

In “Wildfire” (S1E05), a DShK heavy machine gun is seen in a machine gun next outside the CDC in Atlanta. Note the dead soldier with the M1911A1 on the far right. Trivia note: The building seen here is actually the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center. The collection of buildings that are the actual Centers for Disease Control don’t lend themselves to film crews running around for obvious reasons.

Other Weapons

M67 Hand Grenade (M69 Training version)

In “Guts” (S1E02), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) takes an M69 Hand Grenade (The inert training version of the live M67 grenade) from a tank and stores it in his pocket. It can be noted as an M69 not only by the inherent likelihood of it being so but also because it is seen in some shots with a bit of the blue paint showing through the over painted OD green color.

M69 training grenade – an inert version of the M67 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade. The real live version has a more brownish color and has painted factory markings on the body.

Closeup of the grenade taken by Rick in “Guts” (S1E02). Note that the spoon appears to be painted blue.

Horton Scout Crossbow

A Horton Scout HD 125 Crossbow is used by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) as his weapon of choice.

Horton Scout HD 125

The Horton Scout HD 125 is held by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) in “Vatos” (S1E04).

Rick’s Bag of Guns

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is seen ransacking the sheriff’s station armory and throughout the first season is seen with a duffle bag of guns. Later in the episode, he is seen having to abandon this bag when attacked by swarm of walkers. For the majority of the time in the premiere episode, the shotguns sticking out of the bag appear to be foam props. Later in the season, the bag ends up in the hands and used by fellow survivors in the group or himself, or given away. Inside the bag up to episode 4 is six shotguns, two high-powered rifles, a dozen handguns, and seven hundred rounds of ammunition, assorted. So far the current count from the bag is Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Compact,Mossberg 500, Mossberg 500 Persuader, two Remington 870s, Browning Automatic Rifle Safari, Remington 700, Glock 17 (possibly more than one), SIG-Sauer P226, Smith & Wesson Model 10 snub-nose, and a Colt Trooper.

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), Rick carries the bag of guns out of the sheriff’s station

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), Rick rides into Atlanta with the bag of guns slung over his back.

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), Rick with the guns. Judging by the amount of firearms seen, his pack in reality should weigh around 70 pounds.

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), Closeup of the shotguns. The one with the brown pump action appears to be a Remington 870 and the black one immediately underneath it appears to be a Mossberg. The dull surface of the barrels make these shotguns likely to be rubber props.

In “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01), the shotguns seen here are obvious lightweight props (note the filled-in barrels).

SEASON TWO

Revolvers

Colt Python

Deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) carries a six-inch barreled Colt Python .357 Magnum revolver as his duty sidearm in the series. In “Bloodletting” (S2E02), Rick hands his Python off to Otis (Pruitt Taylor Vince) to take on a dangerous mission with Shane for medical supplies for a wounded Carl. Otis fires it in the following episode “Save the Last One” (S2E03) at zombies as they attempt escape from the school. In “Chupacabra” (S2E05), Rick draws it again at a supposed Walker. In “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), Rick is finally seen firing his Python for the first time in Season 2. He then uses the revolver in a confrontation with two threatening survivors at the bar in “Nebraska” (S2E08). Following an unfortunate accident in “Judge, Jury, Executioner” (S2E11), Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) uses Rick’s revolver to put down a mortally wounded member of the group when Rick can’t. Rick then fires it to save Herschel’s life in Season 2’s finale “Beside a Dying Fire” (S2E13).

Colt Python with 6″ Barrel – .357 Magnum

Publicity image of Deputy Rick Grimes(Andrew Lincoln) aiming his Colt Python into Hershel’s barn.

In “Bloodletting” (S2E02), Rick hands his Python off to Otis (Pruitt Taylor Vince) to take on a dangerous mission with Shane for medical supplies for a wounded Carl.

In “Chupacabra” (S2E05), Rick draws his Colt Python on a supposed Walker.

In “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), Rick is seen firing his Python.

In “18 Miles Out” (S2E10), Rick sticks the Python into the mouth of a walker. Upon closer inspection, the revolver seen here appears to be a foam rubber prop.

Colt Detective Special

In the Season 2 premiere “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01), Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) takes a Colt Detective Special revolver from a dead body he discovered in a tent in the woods after the group comes across it. He later gives it to Lori Grimes (Sarah Wayne Callies) who carries it in her back pocket. Andrea (Laurie Holden) gets mad about the fact she can’t have a gun due to a suicide attempt last season and Lori is tired of hearing it so she gives her the revolver and gives the group a stern talking to. After that Andrea gives the revolver back to Lori. Shane tries to give Carl the Colt again in “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), but Lori intervenes. In “Nebraska” (S2E08), Lori takes the Colt with her for protection to go find Rick in town and fires it in self-defense from a zombie in the following episode “Triggerfinger” (S2E09). Lori fires her Colt again multiple times at walkers in Season 2’s finale “Beside the Dying Fire” (S2E13).

Colt Detective Special 1st Gen – .38 Special

In the Season 2 premiere “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01), Daryl Dixon discovers a Colt Detective Special in a tent.

In the Season 2 premiere “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01), Andrea hands the Colt back to Lori.

In “Secrets” (S2E06), Patricia (Jane McNeill) is seen firing the revolver while on the firing line.

In “Triggerfinger” (S2E09), the revolver is seen on the floor of Lori’s wrecked car.

In “Triggerfinger” (S2E09), the revolver is used by Lori to shoot a walker after her car crashes.

Colt Official Police

What appears to be a Colt Official Police revolver is seen in the hands of Lori Grimes when the survivors take target practice in “Secrets” (S2E06). This revolver appears to be given to Darryl by T-Dog in “Better Angels” (S2E12). The revolver is then used by Darryl in Season 2’s finale “Beside the Dying Fire” (S2E13).

Colt Official Police – .38 Special

What appears to be a Colt revolver is seen in the hands of Lori Grimes when the survivors take target practice in “Secrets” (S2E06).

The revolver is then used by Darryl in Season 2’s finale “Beside the Dying Fire” (S2E13).

Non gun

In “Secrets” (S2E06), Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) swipes what is supposed to be a Colt Detective Special from inside the RV and after it is discovered under his shirt he is scolded but ultimately permitted to attend a target practice session. Carl later is seen firing off a round from the revolver under Rick’s supervision. Due to the potential danger of using a blank-firing weapon by such a young actor, it appears that the weapon used was a rubber prop molded off a blank-firing Bruni Olympic 6 revolver and the muzzle flash was added in post-production.

Bruni Olympic 6 with composite grips – .22 blanks

In “Secrets” (S2E06), Carl (Chandler Riggs) reveals the revolver to Shane.

In “Secrets” (S2E06), Carl (Chandler Riggs) takes aim with the revolver under Rick’s supervision.

Due to the potential danger of using a blank-firing weapon by such a young actor, it appears that the weapon used was a rubber prop and the muzzle flash was added in post-production.

In “Secrets” (S2E06), Carl’s revolver in full recoil upon firing.

In “Secrets” (S2E06), Carl’s revolver as seen from the front. Note the barrel and cylinder are completely filled in.

Pistols

Glock 17

A Glock 17 continues to be used in Season 2. Shane can be seen cleaning his disassembled Glock 17 in “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01). Later, Andrea is seen trying to assemble Shane’s Glock, but is interrupted by a stray ‘walker’. Shane uses his Glock extensively in “Save the Last One” (S2E03) to escape the school with the medical supplies. He fires it again while trying to train Andrea in firearms in “Secrets” (S2E06) and to escape the housing development alive. Also in “Secrets”, Jimmy (James Allen McCune) and T-Dog (IronE Singleton) also fire a Glock during target practice. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) also briefly checks the Glock from the bag of guns after to make sure all guns are unloaded which shows there are at least two Glocks in the inventory because Shane always has one. T-Dog & Shane both fire Glock 17s during the end of “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07) to put down multiple Walkers escaping Hershel’s barn. In “18 Miles Out” (S2E10), while at the Mert County Public Service site, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) acquires two Glock 17s from two infected Mert County Deputies (who he and Shane killed) when his Python runs out of bullets. He later uses one of the Glocks to rescue Shane from a hoard of walkers. In Season 2’s finale “Beside the Dying Fire” (S2E13), Rick uses T-Dog’s Glock extensively in the farm siege to put down many walkers. One of the group’s Glocks was lost when a member of the group hid it. Another Glock was lost after the death of the member carrying it, and the destruction of the vehicle the member was in. Andrea is seen checking the magazine of the Glock she gets from Rick’s bag of guns in “Beside a Dying Fire” (S2E13).

A Generation 3 Glock 17 – 9x19mm

T-Dog (IronE Singleton) with a Glock 17 in a Season 2 Promotional still.

Shane can be seen cleaning his disassembled Glock 17 in “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01).

In “Secrets” (S2E06), Jimmy (James Allen McCune) fires the Glock during target practice before T-Dog tells him to knock off that “gangsta s***”.

In “Secrets” (S2E06), Jimmy fires the Glock properly.

In “18 Miles Out” (S2E10), Rick (Andrew Lincoln) fires the Glock 17 during an escape.

In “Better Angels” (S2E12), T-Dog holds the Glock when taking on some walkers.

In “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), Shane (Jon Bernthal) fires his Glock 17 to put down multiple Walkers escaping Hershel’s barn.

Andrea is seen checking the magazine of the Glock she gets from Rick’s bag of guns in “Beside a Dying Fire” (S2E13).

SIG-Sauer P228

In “Nebraska” (S2E08), a SIG-Sauer P228 is seen in the possession of a man named Dave (Michael Raymond-James). In the following episode “Triggerfinger” (S2E09), Hershel Greene (Scott Wilson) holds the P228 extensively as he, Rick, and Glenn make their escape.

SIG-Sauer P228 – 9x19mm

In “Nebraska” (S2E08), Dave (Michael Raymond-James) places his P228 on the counter.

In “Triggerfinger” (S2E09), Hershel Greene (Scott Wilson) holds Dave’s P228.

In “Triggerfinger” (S2E09), Hershel holds the P228.

Beretta 92FS

Andrea is seen loading a Beretta 92FS magazine in the RV at night in “Save the Last One” (S2E03) and Daryl (Norman Reedus) awakes to ask for his “clip” back so he can go walk the road to look for Sophia and we very briefly get a glimpse of the Beretta as inserts the magazine before he tucks the pistol in his waistband. In “Secrets” (S2E06), Andrea (Laurie Holden) uses the Beretta in a target practice lesson after Shane recommends the pistol for her because of its larger frame, better balance, and twice the capacity. She excels with it and uses it to gun down Walkers in the housing development they search later in the episode. Andrea once again uses the Beretta on the walkers escaping Hershel’s barn in “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07) and while in the woods in “Beside the Dying Fire” (S2E13).

Beretta 92FS – 9x19mm

In “Secrets” (S2E06), Andrea (Laurie Holden) fires the Beretta 92FS as she and Shane flee the housing development.

In “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), Andrea once again uses the Beretta on the walkers escaping Hershel’s barn.

Andrea with the empty Beretta in “Beside the Dying Fire” (S2E13).

Smith & Wesson 3913 “Ladysmith”

In “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01), Shane Walsh briefly handles the Smith & Wesson 3913 “Ladysmith” as he intends to teach Andrea how to take it apart and clean it, but Dale keeps the gun from her fearing a suicide attempt. In “Save the Last One” (S2E03), Dale returns the pistol to Andrea. In “Cherokee Rose” (S2E04), Shane finally gets around to teaching Andrea how to break her gun down. Andrea fires it well during a target practice session in “Secrets” (S2E06) before switching to a Beretta by the recommendation of Shane. T-Dog (IronE Singleton) can be seen holding Andrea’s Smith & Wesson while the group talk on the road in “Beside the Dying Fire” (S2E13).

Smith & Wesson 3913 “Ladysmith” – 9x19mm

In “Cherokee Rose” (S2E04), Andrea is taught by Shane on how to break her Smith & Wesson 3913 down.

In “Secrets” (S2E06), Andrea is seen firing the Ladysmith while on the firing line.

Browning BDA

A Browning BDA is taken by Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) from the side saddle bag on Daryl’s motorcycle in “Judge, Jury, Executioner” (S2E11). He is seen holding it on a walker down by the river. In the following episode “Better Angels” (S2E12), Carl admits what he did and is encouraged by both Rick and Shane to continue carrying it for self defense instead of the revolver he trained with. Carl uses this pistol to save his father from a walker at the end of the episode.

Browning BDA – 9x19mm

A Browning BDA is taken by Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) from the side saddle bag on Daryl’s motorcycle in “Judge, Jury, Executioner” (S2E11).

Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) holds the Browning BDA in “Judge, Jury, Executioner” (S2E11).

Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) aims the Browning BDA in “Better Angels” (S2E12).

Shotguns

Mossberg 590

The Mossberg 590 fitted with an extended magazine tube, heat-shield, collapsible KNOXX SpecOps NRS stock with pistol grip appears again in Season 2. Shane uses it to blast some glass doors to gain entry to a high school in “Bloodletting” (S2E02), and uses it to neutralize several Walkers as he and Otis attempt escape in “Save the Last One” (S2E03). In Season 2’s finale “Beside the Dying Fire” (S2E13), Glenn (Steven Yeun) uses Shane’s Mossberg 590 from a vehicle in the defense of the Greene farm.

Mossberg 590 with extended magazine tube and heat shield and KNOXX SpecOps NRS stock.

Shane with the Mossberg 590 in a promotional image. for Season 2

Shane with the Mossberg 590 in a promotional image.‎

Shane (Jon Bernthal) is armed with his Mossberg in “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01).

Shane holds the shotgun in “18 Miles Out” (S2E10).

In Season 2’s finale “Beside the Dying Fire” (S2E13), Glenn (Steven Yeun) uses Shane’s Mossberg 590 from a vehicle in the defense of the Greene farm.

Mossberg 500

In “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), Glenn uses the Mossberg given to him by Shane from the gun bag who uses it to kill multiple walkers escaping Hershel’s barn. Glenn uses the Mossberg to shoot at both human and zombie enemies in “Triggerfinger” (S2E09). In Season 2’s finale “Beside a Dying Fire” (S2E13), Maggie Greene (Lauren Cohan) is seen holding the shotgun.

Mossberg 500 with high-capacity magazine tube – 12 gauge

In “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), Glenn uses the Mossberg given to him by Shane from the gun bag who uses it to kill multiple walkers escaping Hershel’s barn.

In “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), Glenn (Steven Yeun) uses the Mossberg.

In Season 2’s finale “Beside a Dying Fire” (S2E13), Maggie Greene (Lauren Cohan) is seen on the right holding the Mossberg shotgun.

Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Protector

In Season 2’s premiere “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01), Glenn (Steven Yeun) holds a Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Protector during the search for Sophia.

Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Protector – 12 gauge

Glenn (Steven Yeun) holding the shotgun in the Season 2 premiere “What Lies Ahead”.

In Season 2’s premiere “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01), Glenn (Steven Yeun) stands guard with the shotgun while some of the group observes tracks in the woods left by Sophia.

Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Compact

The Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Compact with a wood stock seen in Season 1 makes an appearance in Season 2 when Shane attempts to hand one to Glenn in “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07).

H&R Pardner Pump Compact – 20 Gauge

The Harrington & Richardson Pardner Pump Compact with a wood stock seen in Season 1 makes an appearance in Season 2 when Shane attempts to hand one to Glenn in “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07).

Remington 870 Wingmaster

A Remington 870 Wingmaster shotgun is used in Season 2. Rick holds it again in “Secrets” (S2E06) while some of the group target practice. Shane passes the 870 Wingmaster out to Daryl who once again fires it for the first time since Season 1’s “Vatos” (S1E04), this time he uses it on walkers during the siege on the barn in “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07). In the Season 2 finale “Beside the Dying Fire” (S2E13), Hershel Greene (Scott Wilson) can be seen firing this shotgun many times at the advancing walkers in defense of his farm.

Remington 870 Combo – 12 Gauge

In “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), Daryl once again fires the Remington for the first time since Season 1’s “Vatos” (S1E04).

In the Season 2 finale “Beside the Dying Fire” (S2E13), Hershel Greene (Scott Wilson) can be seen firing this shotgun many times at the advancing walkers in defense of his farm.

Mossberg HS12

In “Triggerfinger” (S2E09), a survivor named Tony (Aaron Munoz) holds what appears to be a Mossberg HS12 shotgun during a confrontation with Rick in the bar.

Mossberg HS12 with the stock sawed off – 12 Gauge.

In “Triggerfinger” (S2E09), a survivor named Tony (Aaron Munoz) holds what appears to be a Mossberg HS12 shotgun during a confrontation with Rick in the bar.

Rifles

Remington 700 VLS

Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) carries a what appears to be a Remington 700 VLS with a scope, he is seen with it in every episode usually slung over his back as he keeps watch over camp. In Season 2’s premiere “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01), Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) stands guard with Dale’s rifle while the rest of the group search for supplies around the car pile up on the highway. He observes Walkers through the scope and hides under a truck with the rifle before leaving it when he’s forced to chase Sophia into the woods. Dale is later seen with it keeping watch on top of the RV while the group searches the woods. In “Chupacabra” (S2E05), Andrea (Laurie Holden) takes watch on the RV with Dale’s rifle but ends up shooting another character on accident after mistaking him for a walker. In “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), Glenn is seen taking a watch armed with the rifle.

Remington 700 with the Varmint Laminated Stock

Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) poses with his rifle in a promotional image, note good trigger discipline. *Note: The position of the floorplate release inside the trigger guard suggests this is a laminate-stocked Remington Model 700, rather than a Ruger M77. The Ruger has the floorplate release positioned further down inside the trigger guard*

Rick (Andrew Lincoln) aims Dale’s rifle at some approaching walkers on the highway in Season 2’s premiere “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01) *Note: This image shows the distinctive two-lobed bolt handle of the Remington Model 700 – not that of the Ruger M77.

Dale keeps watch with his rifle on top the RV in Season 2’s premiere “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01).

In “Chupacabra” (S2E05), Andrea (Laurie Holden) with Dale’s rifle when she thinks she sees a walker.

Glenn (Steven Yeun) holds the rifle while taking a watch in “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07).

Remington 700 BDL

Otis (Pruitt Taylor Vince) also uses a Remington 700 BDL during the second season. He takes the rifle along with him as he and Shane loot a FEMA shelter at a nearby high school for medical supplies in “Bloodletting” (S2E02). Otis fires the rifle at the zombies as he and Shane try to escape in “Save the Last One” (S2E03).

Remington 700 BDL rifle with no iron sights and scope – .308 Winchester

Production image of Otis (Pruitt Taylor Vince) holding his rifle in “Bloodletting” (S2E02).

In “Bloodletting” (S2E02), the Remington 700 is seen on the left.

Winchester Model 70

In “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) is seen taking up a Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle when going to retrieve Rick’s bag of guns. He is seen later holding it on Shane. This is presumably the same rifle used by Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) in Season 1.

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 – .30-06

In “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn) is seen taking up a Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle when going to retrieve Rick’s bag of guns.

Other

Horton Scout Crossbow

A Horton Scout HD 125 Crossbow is used by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) as his weapon of choice.

Horton Scout HD 125

A Horton Scout HD 125 Crossbow is held by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) in “What Lies Ahead” (S2E01).

Rick’s Bag of Guns

The bag of guns that Rick took from the sheriff’s station in Season 1 still is featured prominently in Season 2. It’s seen in “Secrets” (S2E06), “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07), and the Season 2 finale “Besides the Dying Fire” (S2E13). Among the weapons seen in the bag in Season 2 are the Mossberg 500, two Remington 870s, Browning Automatic Rifle Safari,Remington 700, and the Glock 17.

Shane is seen carrying the bag of guns in “Pretty Much Dead Already” (S2E07).

Andrea is seen checking the magazine of the Glock she gets from Rick’s bag of guns in “Beside a Dying Fire” (S2E13).

SEASON THREE

Revolvers

Colt Python

Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) continues to carry his six-inch barreled Colt Python .357 Magnum revolver in Season 3. He is first seen using it in “Sick” (S3E02), and “Killer Within” (S3E04). Oscar (Vincent Ward) also is seen using Rick’s Python in “Killer Within” (S304). Rick pulls the Python at the beginning of “When the Dead Come Knockin” (S3E07) to kill a few walkers. Rick briefly uses it during “Made to Suffer” (S3E08) and then in “Home” (S3E10).

Colt Python with 6″ Barrel – .357 Magnum

Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) pulls his Colt Python to threaten Axel (Lew Temple) in “Sick” (S3E02).

The Python is seen in the holster of Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) in “Seed” (S3E01).

Oscar (Vincent Ward) also is seen using Rick’s Python in “Killer Within” (S3E04).

Rick reloads his Python in “Clear” (S3E12).

Colt Detective Special

Lori Grimes (Sarah Wayne Callies) continues to use the Colt Detective Special in Season 3. She uses the revolver in “Seed” (S3E01) and “Killer Within” (S3E04). Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) is seen keeping the Colt DS in her back pocket and fires this revolver in the air to stop a fight in “Arrow in the Doorpost” (S3E12).

Colt Detective Special 1st Gen – .38 Special

Production image of Lori with the Colt from “Killer Within” (S3E04).

Lori Grimes (Sarah Wayne Callies) is seen using the Colt DS in “Seed” (S3E01).

Lori Grimes (Sarah Wayne Callies) with the Colt from “Killer Within” (S3E04).

Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) fires this revolver in the air to stop a fight in “Arrow in the Doorpost” (S3E12).

Colt Police Positive

Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) is seen carrying what appears to be the Colt Police Positive revolver in “Home” (S3E10).

Colt Police Positive – .38 Special.

Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) is seen carrying what appears to be the Colt Police Positive revolver in “Home” (S3E10).

Smith & Wesson Model 442

In “Sick” (S3E02), Tomas (Nick Gomez) brandishes a hammerless Smith & Wesson Model 442 revolver during a confrontation with Grimes and the rest of the group, which he claims that a prison guard gave to him before the prison was overrun by walkers in that episode. Carol (Melissa McBride) is seen using the revolver in “Killer Within” (S3E04).

Smith & Wesson Model 442 Airweight- .38 Special

In “Sick” (S3E02), Tomas (Nick Gomez) brandishes a hammerless Smith & Wesson Model 442 revolver during a confrontation with Grimes and the rest of the group.

Carol (Melissa McBride) is seen using the revolver in “Killer Within” (S3E04).

 

Smith & Wesson Model 36

Hershel is seen with what appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 36 revolver taped to his thigh in “Arrow on the Doorpost” (S3E13).

Smith & Wesson Model 36 – .38 Special

Hershel is seen with this revolver taped to his thigh in “Arrow on the Doorpost” (S3E13).

Webley “WG” Army Model

A Webley “WG” Army Model revolver appears to be the handgun used by the Mexican survivor in “Home” (S3E10).

Webley “WG” Army Model .455 Webley

A Webley “WG” Army Model revolver appears to be the handgun used by the Mexican survivor in “Home” (S3E10).

The Webley after being dropped in “Home” (S3E10).

Pistols

Glock 17

A Glock 17 was one of the sidearms used by Deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) in Season 3. He is seen using it with an improvised suppressor in “Seed” (S3E01). Glenn (Steven Yeun) is seen with the pistol in later episodes.

Glock 17 (3rd Generation) – 9x19mm

Deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) holds the Glock fitted with a suppressor in “Seed” (S3E01).

Rick uses the Glock fitted with a suppressor in the prison yard in “Seed” (S3E01).

Production image of Rick with suppressed Glock. It appears that the suppressor has been improvised from MAGlite flashlight.

 

Glock 19

A Glock 19 appears to be carried by Hershel (Scott Wilson) in “Home” (S3E10).

Glock 19

Glenn (Steven Yeun) is seen with the pistol in in “Say the Word” (S3E05)

Glenn draws the Glock on Merle in “Hounded” (S3E06).

A Glock 19 is carried by Hershel (Scott Wilson) in “Home” (S3E10).

The Glock 19 is fired by Hershel (Scott Wilson) in “Home” (S3E10).

Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is the weapon seen used by Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) in Season 3. He is seen using it with an improvised suppressor in “Seed” (S3E01). In the same episode, the group find several in the armory and T-Dog is briefly seen handling one. Michonne (Danai Gurira) is seen taking out Andrea’s Beretta and giving it to her after seeing the helicopter crash in “Walk With Me” (S3E03). Andrea is later seen using it again in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

Beretta 92FS – 9x19mm

Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) is seen using the Beretta with a suppressor in “Seed” (S3E01). His suppressor appears to have been fashioned from an aluminum baseball bat.

Several Berettas are found in the prison in “Seed” (S3E01).

Michonne (Danai Gurira) is seen taking out Andrea’s Beretta and giving it to her after seeing the helicopter crash in “Walk With Me” (S3E03).

Andrea (Laurie Holden) is seen carrying the Beretta in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

Closeup of Carl’s suppressed Beretta in “The Suicide King” (S3E09).

Carl holds the Beretta in “Clear” (S3E12).

Beretta 92SB Nickel

The Governor (David Morrissey) appears to carry what appears to be a Beretta 92SB with a nickel finish in Season 3. In “Walk With Me” (S3E03), he is seen keeping it in a crossdraw holster and first seen using it when confronting a group of National Guard survivors. He also is notably seen using the pistol in “When the Dead Come Knockin” (S3E07), “Made To Suffer” (S3E08) and “The Suicide King” (S3E09).

Beretta 92SB Nickel Compact – 9x19mm

In “Walk With Me” (S3E03), The Governor (David Morrissey) pulls his Beretta 92SB.

In “Walk With Me” (S3E02), The Governor (David Morrissey) pulls his Beretta 92SB when confronting a group of National Guard survivors.

The Governor (David Morrissey) uses his Beretta to threaten Maggie in “When the Dead Come Knocking” (S3E07).

The Governor (David Morrissey) holds up his Beretta in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

The Governor (David Morrissey) with his Beretta in “The Suicide King” (S3E09). The Beretta appears to have a rounded trigger guard, thus confirming it is an SB and not an FS.

The Governor (David Morrissey) draws his Beretta in “This Sorrowful Life” (S3E15).

The Governor (David Morrissey) fires his Beretta in “This Sorrowful Life” (S3E15).

Browning BDA

Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) is seen using the Browning BDA near the end of “Killer Within” (S3E04). He kills a few walkers with it at the beginning of “When the Dead Come Knockin” (S3E07) and then is seen with it in “Home” (S3E10).

Browning BDA – 9x19mm

Closeup of the BDA in “Killer Within” (S3E04).

Carl seen with the Browning in “Home” (S3E10).

Colt MK IV Series70

Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) is seen armed with an Colt MK IV Series 70 as his sidearm, notably in “Walk with Me” (S3E03) and “Hounded” (S3E06). He carries the Colt in a quick-draw a holster on his hip.

Colt M1911A1 – .45 ACP

Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) is seen armed with an M1911A1 and his new bayonet prosthetic in “Walk with Me” (S3E03).

Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) holds the stainless M1911A1 in “Walk with Me” (S3E03).

SIG-Sauer P226

Maggie Greene (Lauren Cohan) is seen using the SIG-Sauer P226 in “Seed” (S3E01), “Say the Word” (S3E05), and “Hounded” (S3E06).

SIG-Sauer P226 – 9x19mm.

Maggie Greene (Lauren Cohan) is seen using the SIG in “Seed” (S3E01).

Maggie Greene (Lauren Cohan) is seen pulling the SIG in “Hounded” (S3E06).

Smith & Wesson 3913 “Ladysmith”

T-Dog (IronE Singleton) continues to carry the Smith & Wesson 3913 “Ladysmith” that was used by Andrea in the previous seasons. In “Home” (S3E10), Axel (Lew Temple) is seen with the pistol and asks Carol how to use it.

Smith & Wesson 3913 “Ladysmith” – 9x19mm

T-Dog (IronE Singleton) is seen with Andrea’s Smith & Wesson 3913 “Ladysmith” in “Seed” (S3E01).

T-Dog (IronE Singleton) pulls the Smith & Wesson 3913 “Ladysmith” during a confrontation with inmates in “Sick” (S3E02).

Production image of T-dog with the gun in Prison Riot Gear.

Axel (Lew Temple) holds the pistol in “Home” (S3E10).

Carol shows Axel how to operate in the pistol in “Home” (S3E10).

Vektor CP1

A Vektor CP1 is used by Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) in “Seed” (S3E01).

Vektor CP1 – 9x19mm

Beth Greene (Emily Kinney) is seen using the Vektor in “Seed” (S3E01).

Walther P38

Tim (Lawrence Kao), one of the Governor’s men, is seen carrying a Walther P38 as his sidearm, notably in “Walk with Me” and “Hounded” (S3E06).

Walther P1 – 9x19mm. All post-war P38’s can be recognized by a better finish, the Walther logo in the flag (the only pre-war with this logo is the commercial HP) and the different grips.

Tim (Lawrence Kao), a Woodbury guard, is seen using a Walther P38 with a makeshift suppressor in “Walk with Me” (S3E03).

Tim (Lawrence Kao) holds the Walther when he’s ambushed by Michonne (Danai Gurira) in “Hounded” (S3E06).

Walther P99

In “Hounded” (S3E06), a Walther P99 is seen carried by Gargulio. Merle (Michael Rooker) is later seen with the handgun in the episode. Maggie is seen firing a Walther P99 in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

Walther P99 – 9x19mm

The Walther is seen on the ground in “Hounded” (S3E06). This appears to be an airsoft replica.

In “Hounded” (S3E06), Merle (Michael Rooker) is later seen with the handgun.

In “Made to Suffer” (S3E8), Maggie is seen with a Walther P99.

Rifles

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare (Airsoft Replica)

What appears to be an Accuracy International Arctic Warfare rifle is carried by a Woodbury guard on the wall in “Home” (S3E10). The rifle is actually an airsoft replica based on the bright silver ejection port, bull barrel with no muzzle brake and lack of a finger cut-out in the magazine well.

Accuracy International Arctic Warfare, airsoft replica

What appears to be an Accuracy International L96A1 rifle is carried by a Woodbury guard on the wall in “Home” (S3E10).

Remington 700 BDL

In “I Ain’t a Judas” (S3E11), Carl is seen taking up the Remington 700 BDL last seen in Season 2. In “Clear” (S3E12), Rick is seen holding the Remington he gave to Morgan (Lennie James) in Season 1’s “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

Remington 700 BDL rifle with no iron sights and scope – .308 Winchester

In “I Ain’t a Judas” (S3E11), Carl is seen taking up the Remington 700 BDL last seen in Season 2.

In “Clear” (S3E12), Rick is seen holding the Remington he gave to Morgan (Lennie James) in Season 1’s “Days Gone Bye” (S1E01).

Remington 700 VLS

The Remington 700 VLS rifle with a scope continues to be one of the weapons carried by Grimes. This appears to be the rifle that was carried by Dale in the previous seasons. Carol also is seen with the rifle in “The Suicide King” (S3E09).

Remington Model 700 Varmint with Laminated Stock and scope – .308 Winchester

Deputy Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) has the rifle slung over his shoulder in “Seed” (S3E01).

Rick fires the rifle from a guard tower in “Seed” (S3E01).

Sporterized Springfield M1903

A Sporterized Springfield 1903 appears to be the rifle held by Maggie in “I Ain’t a Judas” (S3E11).

Sporterized M1903 Springfield

A Sporterized Springfield 1903 appears to be the rifle held by Maggie in “I Ain’t a Judas” (S3E11).

Production image of Maggie with the rifle.

Maggie (center) holds the rifle in this production image.

Steyr SSG 69

Tyreese (Chad Coleman) is seen firing a Steyr SSG fitted with an improvised suppressor in “Prey” (S3E14). He is shown not to be very accurate with the rifle, and fires it left-handed (which makes him awkwardly cycle the bolt).

Steyr SSG 69 – 7.62x51mm NATO

Tyreese (Chad Coleman) holds the rifle in “Prey” (S3E14).

Tyreese (Chad Coleman) takes aim with the suppressed rifle in “Prey” (S3E14).

The rifle’s bolt action can be seen in “Prey” (S3E14).

Winchester Model 70

In “Walk With Me” (S3E03), Shupert Bowman (Travis Love), one of the Woodbury guards, is armed with a Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle.

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 – .30-06

In “Walk With Me” (S3E03), Shupert Bowman (Travis Love) is armed with a Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle.

Assault Rifles

M4A1

M4A1 rifles, being rare in previous seasons, are now more common and being seen used by several of the survivors in Season 3. Since Rick’s group didn’t have these rifles at the end of Season 2, it is likely they acquired them in the interim between Season 2’s end and the beginning of Season 3, a gap of several months. Hershel (Scott Wilson) can be seen using one in “Seed” (S3E01). An M4A1 is also found among the weapons in the prison in “Seed” (S3E01) and is briefly handled by T-Dog. In “Walk with Me” (S3E03), M4A1’s are carried by the Woodbury guards as well as Georgia Army National Guard soldiers, Merle (Michael Rooker) also fires one fitted with a makeshift suppressor. Other M4A1s seen in the series so far include at least one with an M203 grenade launcher attached, one fitted with a makeshift suppressor in use by the Woodbury guards, and flattop M4s used by the National Guard survivors. Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is seen using the M4A1 in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08) and both him and Maggie are seen firing it in “The Suicide King” (S3E09). Michonne (Danai Gurira) uses the rifle in “Home” (S3E10). Hershel is seen wielding an M4 in “Arrow on the Doorpost” (S3E13).

Colt M4A1 Carbine with M68 Aimpoint reflex optic and Knight’s Armament RAS railed handguard and vertical forward grip – 5.56x45mm

Hershel Green (Scott Wilson) fires the M4A1 in “Seed” (S3E01). Note the Aimpoint on his rifle is mounted backwards.

At the bottom, an M4A1 is found in the prison in “Seed” (S3E01).

In “Walk with Me” (S3E03), Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) is seen using an M4A1 fitted with a makeshift suppressor.

In “Walk with Me” (S3E03), a Georgia Army National Guard soldier is armed with an M4A1 fitted with an M203 grenade launcher.

Rick is armed with the M4A1 in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

Maggie fires the M4A1 in “The Suicide King” (S3E09).

Merle (Michael Rooker) uses the scoped M4A1 in “This Sorrowful Life” (S3E15).

Colt Law Enforcement Carbine

A Colt Law Enforcement Carbine, taken from a Georgia Army National Guard soldier, is used by The Governor (David Morrissey) in “Walk with Me” (S3E03). The carbine has had the carry handle removed, and it lacked a rear sight. Despite this, The Governor was able to hit a fleeing soldier in the back from long range.

Colt Law Enforcement Carbine – 5.56x45mm

The Governor (David Morrissey) takes aim with a Law Enforcement Carbine taken off a dead Guardsmen.

Mk. 18 Mod 0

One of the Woodbury guards guarding the wall is armed with what appears to be a Mk. 18 Mod 0. The rifle is notably seen held by a Woodbury guard in “The Suicide King” (S3E09). Merle appears to hold a similar rifle in “I Ain’t A Judas” (S3E11).

Mk. 18 Mod 0 with LMT rear sight, Crane stock, and RIS foregrip – 5.56x45mm

One of the Woodbury guards guarding the wall is armed with what appears to be a Mk. 18 Mod 0. The rifle is notably seen in “The Suicide King” (S3E09). The sight appears to be mounted backwards.

Merle appears to hold a similar rifle in “I Ain’t A Judas” (S3E11).

AKM

Several Woodbury Guards can be seen using AKMs in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

AKM, Stamped Steel Receiver w/ slant muzzle brake – 7.62x39mm

A Woodbury guard can be seen using an AKM at the end of “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

AKMS

Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride) is seen firing an AKMS-type rifle from a prison watchtower in “Seed” (S3E01). The rifle appears to be fitted with rails at the top as well as a tactical handguard. Like the M4 above, this rifle was not among their weapons in the previous season, thus was most likely found in between Seasons 2 and 3, as the group was on the move for several months scavenging. In “When the Dead Come Knocking” (S3E07), Oscar loads the AKMS along with several other weapons into a car trunk and later Daryl (Norman Reedus) can be seen carrying it. Daryl is seen using the AKMS in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08). When he is captured, it is confiscated along with his crossbow. When he is rescued in “The Suicide King” (S3E09), the rifle is not recovered. In “Prey” (S3E14), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) is seen carrying this weapon while guarding the Woodbury wall with Tyreese. Allen (Daniel Thomas Ray) holds the rifle in “This Sorrowful Life” (S3E15).

AK47 with underfolding stock and RIS. The weapon pictured here is from the inventory of The Specialists, Ltd.

Carol Peletier (Melissa McBride) fires the rifle from a watchtower in “Seed” (S3E01).

On the right, the AKMS is seen here carried by Daryl in “When the Dead Come Knocking” (S3E07).

Daryl (Norman Reedus) is seen using the AKMS in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

In “Prey” (S3E14), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) is seen on the right carrying this weapon while guarding the Woodbury wall with Tyreese.

In “Prey” (S3E14), Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) holds the rifle.

On the left, Allen (Daniel Thomas Ray) holds the rifle in “This Sorrowful Life” (S3E15).

Type 56

Shupert Bowman (Travis Love) uses a Type 56 during the raid on Woodbury in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08). He is later seen using the rifle in “The Suicide King” (S3E09) and “Home” (S3E10). Several other Woodbury guards in the same episode also use them.

Norinco Type 56

Shupert Bowman (Travis Love) with the rifle in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

Shupert Bowman (Travis Love) fires the Type 56 rifle in “Home” (S3E10). Note the full-circle “hooded” front sight.

A Woodbury soldier holds the rifle in “This Sorrowful Life” (S3E15).

FN FAL

An FN FAL fitted with an ELCAN sight appears to be fired by Caesar Martinez (Jose Pablo Cantillo) in “Home” (S3E10).

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An FN FAL fitted with an ELCAN sight appears to be fired by Caesar Martinez (Jose Pablo Cantillo) in “Home” (S3E10).

Martinez fires the FN FAL in “Home” (S3E10).

SKS

At the end of “Ain’t a Judas” (S3E11), a Woodbury Guard can be seen holding a SKS fitted with a scope and an ATI Fiberforce “Dragunov” stock.

SKS with flash hider and ATI Fiberforce “Dragunov” stock – 7.62x39mm.

At the end of “Ain’t a Judas” (S3E11), a Woodbury Guard can be seen holding a SKS fitted with a scope and an ATI Fiberforce “Dragunov” stock.

Steyr AUG A1

The Governor opens fire with a Steyr AUG A1 in “Home” (S3E01). Despite his right eye being useless, he still fires right-handed instead of left. The weapon is likely meant to be a full-auto conversion of an AUG SA, a semi-automatic variant of the A1 which was imported to the US for civilian use before being banned in 1989. Fully-automatic AUGs are extremely rare in the United States, as they are not military issue and are not used by any law enforcement entities apart from US Customs and Immigration Enforcement. The civilian variant of the AUG is the AUG A3 SA which has a newer design than the A1.

Steyr AUG – Austrian Army Version – 5.56x45mm

The Governor opens fire with a Steyr AUG in “Home” (S3E10).

Firing the AUG in “Home” (S3E10). As is typical of action movies, the Governor fires far more rounds than the AUG could realistically hold, and is not shown reloading.

M14

Allen (Daniel Thomas May) can be seen carrying what appears to be an M14 in “Prey” (S3E14). A Woodbury Militia member can be seen carrying the same rifle at the episode’s beginning.

M1A Civilian Variant of the M14 -.308 Winchester

A Woodbury Militia member can be seen carrying an M14 at the beginning of “Prey” (S3E14).

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5K

A Heckler & Koch MP5K is the main firearm carried by Caesar Martinez (Jose Pablo Cantillo).

Heckler & Koch MP5K – 9x19mm

Caesar Martinez (Jose Pablo Cantillo) holds the MP5K in “This Sorrowful Life” (S3E15).

A Heckler & Koch MP5K can be seen on the left carried by Caesar Martinez (Jose Pablo Cantillo) in “Walk With Me” (S3E03).

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW

A Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW can be seen carried by Woodbury guards.

Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW – 9x19mm

In “Walk with Me” (S3E03), a Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW is carried by a survivor guarding Woodbury.

IMI Uzi

An IMI Uzi is seen in the hands of both Merle (Michael Rooker) and Maggie (Lauren Cohan) in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

IMI Uzi – 9x19mm

An IMI Uzi is seen in the hands of Maggie (Lauren Cohan) in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

The IMI Uzi is seen in the hands of Merle (Michael Rooker) in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

IMI Micro Uzi

In “Made to Suffer” (S3E8), a Woodbury survivor named Haley (Alexa Nikolas) carries a suppressed Micro Uzi when Rick and his group come to save Maggie and Glenn. After the guard dies, Andrea (Laurie Holden) picks up the weapon in the same episode. A survivor named Ben (Tyler Chase) also is seen with this weapon in “This Sorrowful Life” (S3E15).

Micro Uzi – 9x19mm

In “Made to Suffer” (S3E8), Haley (Alexa Nikolas) is seen with a suppressed Micro Uzi.

Ben (Tyler Chase) holds the micro Uzi in “This Sorrowful Life” (S3E15).

Beretta CX4 Storm

In “Made to Suffer” (S3E8), a Woodbury guard can be seen using a Beretta CX4 Storm. The rifle is also seen in “Home” (S3E10).

Beretta CX4 Storm

In “Made to Suffer” (S3E8), a Woodbury guard can be seen using a Beretta CX4 Storm.

On the left, a Beretta CX4 Storm is carried by a Woodbury guard on the wall in “Home” (S3E10).

Shotguns

Mossberg 500 (KNOXX SpecOps NRS stock)

The Mossberg 500 fitted with an extended magazine tube, heat-shield, collapsible KNOXX SpecOps NRS stock with pistol grip that used to be carried by Shane in Season 2 appears again in Season 3 as Rick (Andrew Lincoln) is seen carrying it in “When the Dead Come Knocking” (S3E07). In the same episode, Oscar (Vincent Ward) is shown loading it along with several other weapons into a car. He later uses it in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

The Mossberg 500 carried by Shane in previous seasons is seen here slung behind Rick’s back in “When the Dead Come Knocking” (S3E07).

Oscar (Vincent Ward) holds the Mossberg in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

Remington 870 Police Magnum

A Remington 870 Police Magnum is seen used by Shupert (Travis Love) in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08). In the same episode, Rick sees a vision of Shane (Jon Bernthal) with a Remington. A Remington with black furniture is seen in the hands of Beth Greene in “Home” (S3E10) and at the end of “I Ain’t A Judas” (S3E11).

Remington 870 Police Magnum.

A Remington 870 Police Magnum is seen used by Shupert (Travis Love) in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

Rick sees a vision of Shane (Jon Bernthal) with a Remington in “Made to Suffer” (S3E08).

One of the Woodbury guards is seen with the Remington 870 in “The Suicide King” (S3E09).

Remington870BlackSynthetic.jpg

A Remington with black furniture is seen in the hands of Beth Greene in “Home” (S3E10).

A production image from “I Ain’t A Judas” (S3E11) shows Beth Greene (middle) holding the Remington 870 with black furniture.

On the right, Beth holds the shotgun in “I Ain’t A Judas” (S3E11).

Remington 870 Wingmaster

A Remington 870 Wingmaster shotgun makes a return appearance in Season 3 as the Governor is seen taking it out of the bag of guns in “The Suicide King” (S3E09).

Remington 870 Combo – 12 Gauge

A Remington 870 Wingmaster shotgun makes a return appearance in Season 3 as the Governor is seen taking it out of the bag of guns in “The Suicide King” (S3E09).

12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun

In “When the Dead Come Knocking” (S3E07), Rick and the rest of the survivors confront a crazed hermit wielding a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun. For some reason, the sound effect of a pump action shotgun is heard when he aims it at Rick, despite this firearm not having such an action.

1960s-era Commercial Stevens hammerless side by side shotgun – 12 gauge

In “When the Dead Come Knocking” (S3E07), Rick and the rest of the survivors confront a crazed hermit wielding a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun.

Ithaca 37

An Ithaca 37 is seen briefly held by a Woodbury guard who beats up Merle in “This Sorrowful Life” (S3E15).

Ithaca 37 – 12 Gauge

An Ithaca 37 is seen briefly held by a Woodbury guard who beats up Merle in “This Sorrowful Life” (S3E15).

Machine Guns

Browning M2HB

A Browning M2HB machine gun can be seen mounted on a Humvee that the Governor brings back to Woodbury in “Walk With Me” (S3E03). It appears to be a mockup identical to the one was fitted on the fake M1 Abrams tank in Season 1. It is later seen again in “Prey” (S3E14) being removed from storage and mounted on the Humvee to be used as a mock technical by the Woodbury Army.

Browning M2HB – .50 BMG

The Browning M2 is seen on the left next to the Governor in “Walk With Me” (S3E03). This machine gun appears to be a mockup, judging from the crude mount and no ammo feed present.

In “Prey” (S3E14), the Browning M2 is seen being removed from storage and mounted on the Humvee to be used as a mock technical by the Woodbury Army. This appears to be an authentic M2 and not the mockup seen in earlier episodes.

In “Prey” (S3E14), the Browning M2 is mounted on the Humvee.

Browning M1919

A Browning M1919 machine gun can be seen mounted on the wall at Woodbury in “I Ain’t A Judas” (S3E11). This machine gun is seen manned by Caesar Martinez (Jose Pablo Cantillo) when a car pulls up to the wall later in the episode.

Browning M1919A4 on an M2 tripod – .30-06 Springfield

A Browning M1919 machine gun can be seen mounted on the wall at Woodbury in “I Ain’t A Judas” (S3E11).

The Browning is manned by Caesar Martinez (Jose Pablo Cantillo) when a car pulls up to the wall in “I Ain’t A Judas” (S3E11).

Other Weapons

Horton Scout HD 125 Crossbow

A Horton Scout HD 125 Crossbow is used by Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) as his weapon of choice. Shupert is seen holding it in the mid season finale “Made to Suffer” (S3E08) after Daryl is captured in Woodbury.

Horton Scout HD 125

Production image of Daryl with his crossbow inside the Prison

Daryl with the crossbow at the ready in “Say the Word” (S3E05).

Stryker Strykezone 380 Crossbow

Daryl switches his Horton Scout HD 125 for the Strykezone 380, which was picked up by Michonne in “Clear” (S3E12) from Morgan’s weapons stockpile. He is seen using it in “Arrow on the Doorpost” (S3E13).

Stryker Strykezone 380

Weapons as seen in “Clear” (S3E12). The Strykezone Crossbow is seen in the upper left.

Daryl with his new crossbow in “Arrow on the Doorpost” (S3E13).

M203

In “Walk With Me” (S3E03), a Georgia Army National Guard soldier is armed with an M4A1 affixed with a M203 grenade launcher when he is shot by ambushers from Woodbury.

M4A1 – 5.56mm fitted with an M203 grenade launcher – 40mm

In “Walk with Me” (S3E03), a Georgia Army National Guard soldier is shot by ambushers from Woodbury; M4A1 fitted with an M203 grenade launcher in hand.

Weapons Cache and Arsenals

Rick’s Bag of Guns

Rick’s bag of guns is seen once again in “The Suicide King” (S3E09) as the Governor inspects the guns still left in it.

A Remington 870 Wingmaster shotgun makes a return appearance in Season 3 as the Governor is seen taking it out of the bag of guns in “The Suicide King” (S3E09).

Morgan’s Arsenal

In “Clear” (S3E12), Rick, Carl, and Michonne discover the massive amount of arms gathered by Morgan Jones (Lennie James) in his hideout.

Weapons as seen in “Clear” (S3E12). A box of MK II hand grenades are seen at the bottom. Note theModel 24 Stielhandgranate also in the box.

On the green crate is an M16A2, and two MP5K’s. Several AK-pattern rifles are seen in the back, along with what appears to a Strykezone 380 crossbow on the left.

A crate of M4-type rifles. The M4-style rifle with camo wrapped around the fore arm and stock appears to be the same rifle carried by a Woodbury guard on the wall in “Home”.

On the left, a Remington 700, and an SKS is seen among the rifles.

Wide shot as the rifles are seen.

The crate of M4-type rifles are seen on the right.

Some handguns are seen in the bottom left.

Prison Weapons Cache

In “Arrow on the Doorpost” (S3E13), the weapons taken from Morgan’s arsenal are laid out on a table.

Several M4’s and shotguns are seen on the table in “Arrow on the Doorpost” (S3E13).

More shotguns on the right in “Arrow on the Doorpost” (S3E13).

 

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