While most of the saga of Walter White is about his meth cooking adventures, we took notice of all the great firearms featured on the show. Take a look below.
Smith & Wesson 4506
Krazy 8 uses a S&W 4506 in the pilot episode. Not long after, Walt becomes its new owner before Jesse finally disposes of it in the following episode.
Smith & Wesson 4506 .45 ACP
Walter White breaks down with the 4506.
If there was a doubt of the gun, here is a closeup.
Walt with the 4506. We get a good view of the muzzle here
Used by a few characters throughout the series, most noticeably by the ‘Cousins’ in season three. The Cousins’ 1911s are nickel-plated.
Nickel Plated M1911A1 – .45 ACP.
The Cousins load up their M1911A1s.
Aaron Paul with an M1911A1 in a promotional photo.
Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz) uses a Jericho 941 with a two-tone finish as his sidearm. In Episode 2×02, “Grilled”, Jesse takes it from him while they are fighting on the ground and uses it to wound him. It is later buried in the desert in the following episode.
Jericho 941 (two tone early model) – 9x19mm
Tuco, out of frame in the back seat, uses his Jericho 941 to coerce Jesse in Episode 2×01, “Seven Thirty-Seven” The hand is actually RJ Mitte’s hand filling in for Raymond Cruz.
In Episode 2×02, “Grilled”, Tuco points his Jericho at Walt.
Jesse and Walt take cover while Jesse holds the Jericho.
A Glock, possibly model 17, is carried by police officers in S05xE01, In S5E2 “Madrigal”, Chris (one of Mike’s former men) uses one with a supressor to kill Duane Chow.
Glock 17 – 9x19mm
Chris tries to get the drop on Mike when he shows up at Chow’s.
Full size Glock is carried by one of Gus’s thugs
Hank Schrader shows off his issue Glock 22 during the party in the first episode. He actually refers to it as a Glock 22 and praises the power of the .40-caliber round over 9x19mm (claiming to have seen the latter cartridge ricochet off a car windshield). He uses the Glock 22 in his shootout with Tuco in the episode “Grilled” of season two. It can be seen occasionally throughout season two and three.
3rd-generation Glock 22 – .40 S&W
Hank Schrader showing off his Glock 22 during the Pilot episode.
Hank fires his Glock 22 in Episode 2×02, “Grilled” in a shootout with Tuco Salamanca.
A good close-up of the Glock 22 as Hank fires it at Tuco. The “22” stamp is faintly visible on the slide when the image is enlarged to full-size.
Hank holds the Glock while Tuco reloads his M4.
This is the revolver purchased by Jesse. He uses it to intimidate an unnamed female junkie and her husband, Spooge after they rip-off one of Jesse’s dealers.
Ruger SP101 – .357 Magnum
Jesse’s new protection in the first episode of season two, “Seven Thirty-Seven”.
Jesse shows Walt his new purchase, with a plan in mind: “It is him or us, man, do you understand? It is him or us!”
Walt briefly “borrows” Jesse’s gun. Quickly forgetting it at home when they need it most.
Jesse waits for Spooge and his wife to return home in the episode “Peekaboo”.
Walt unloads the revolver; note the five cartridges.
Jesse with the Ruger
Emilio’s gun. Taken out of the yellow bag by Walter in S01E02 and later dissolved in the tub.
Ruger KGP-161 – .357 Magnum
Walter White purchases a Ruger LCR from an illegal arms dealer (Played by Jim Beaver) along with a leather I.W.B. holster in S4E2 “Thirty-Eight Snub”. The arms dealer recommends he load it with 158 grain hollow points for good stopping power, and also recommends he not cross draw unless he is sitting down. Although the Ruger is seen quite a bit in season 4, Walt only successfully uses it once.
Ruger LCR standard with Hogue tamer grips.
Walter White aiming the Ruger LCR in S4E13 “Face Off”
Walt with the LCR as he talks with the arms dealer
Walt with the LCR as he talks with the arms dealer
Walt practicing killing Gus from a sitting position
LCR dropped on the floor
Smith & Wesson M945
A Smith & Wesson 945 is used by rival drug dealer and by Walt to shoot the dealer after running him over.
Stainless Smith & Wesson 945 – .45 ACP
The drug dealer reaching for his pistol
Walt shoots the injured drug dealer.
Beretta 84F Cheetah
Jesse buys and plans to use a Beretta 84F Cheetah to take revenge on drug dealers who killed his friend, but he never fires it as Walt intervenes with his car. He later uses it to kill Gale. In S5E2 “Madrigal” Mike uses a supressed Berettah Cheetah to kill his former man Chris, at the conclusion of the episode he is seen checking it and later threatening the paranoid Madrigal executive Lydia with it.
Beretta 84F .380 ACP
Jesse preparing to shoot the drug dealers who killed his friend.
Jesse aiming the Beretta at Gale. Note this shot is blurry due to it focusing on his facial expression, rather than the firearm.
Mike checks the Beretta before entering Lydia’s house.
Mike threatens Lydia with his supressed Cheetah.
Beretta 92FS Inox
Jesse & Mike pick up Beretta 92FS Inox pistols from dead men and use them when escaping Don Eladio’s compound, Jesse empties his into a cartel member who wounds Mike.
Beretta 92FS Inox – 9x19mm
Mike aims his Beretta at Walt in S5E1 “Live Free or Die”
Mike hold his gun behind his belt
Mike aims his Beretta at Walt
Heckler & Koch Mark 23
A Heckler & Koch Mark 23 is used with a suppressor by Mike (Jonathan Banks) in Episode 3×03, “Full Measures”. The suppressor he uses is a fake “Hollywood suppressor” which screws into the barrel of the pistol (via the threading for the blank adapter), rather than onto the exterior threading. Mike uses the Mark 23 again in Episode 4×04, “Bullet Points” to take out a pair of Ciudad Juárez cartel gunmen who ambush a refrigerated truck transporting methamphetamine (though he uses it without the suppressor in this episode).
Heckler & Koch Mark 23 w/ KAC suppressor – .45 ACP.
Mike wielding his suppressed H&K Mark 23 in Episode 3×03, “Full Measures”.
Mike draws his H&K Mark 23 (now without the suppressor) while guarding a refrigerated truck in Episode 4×04, “Bullet Points”.
Mike takes cover behind some boxes with the Mark 23 in hand.
Taurus Model 85
A Taurus Model 85 is loaned to Jesse in “Problem Dog” and later drawn by Mike during the sniper attack in “Bug.”
Taurus Model 85 with stainless finish – .38 Special
Given to Jesse by Mike in S4E7
Mike with Taurus Model 85 in S4E7
A Ruger P95 is used by one of the drug dealers in the episode “Half Measures” before the shootout.
Smith & Wesson 4566TSW
Another third-generation S&W is used by Todd at the end of “Dead Freight.”
Smith and Wesson 4566TSW – .45 ACP
Todd wields the 4566TSW in this promotional photo.
The business end of Todd’s .45 as he fires it.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
In Episode 4×04, “Bullet Points”, a refrigerated truck guarded by Mike (Jonathan Banks) is ambushed and then shot up by two Ciudad Juárez cartel enforcers, both of whom are armed with Heckler & Koch MP5Ks.
Heckler & Koch MP5K – 9x19mm
Episode 4×04, “Bullet Points”, two cartel gunmen fire upon a refrigerated truck transporting methamphetamine, armed with H&K MP5Ks.
An extremely good close-up of one of the MP5Ks being reloaded.
One of the gunmen resumes spraying the truck with gunfire.
A close-up of an MP5K being fired.
The two gunmen continue firing.
An M4A1 Carbine is used by Tuco (sometimes with an ACOG scope) in Episode 2×02, “Grilled”, when he takes Walt and Jesse hostage. Walt later takes this weapon from him when Tuco is bashed over the head with a rock by Jesse. However, Tuco gets it out of the car when DEA agent Hank, who is also Walt’s brother-in-law, arrives at Tuco’s hideout. DEA agents also use M4A1s when they arrest Jesse in ‘Bit By a Dead Bee’. The M4A1 appears again in Episode 4×06, “Cornered” in the hands of one of Gustavo Fring’s (Giancarlo Esposito’s) gunmen riding in the back of the refrigerated truck.
M4A1 Carbine – 5.56x45mm
Tuco points his M4A1 at Jesse.
A close-up of the receiver of Tuco’s M4.
Tuco fires the M4 (now fitted with an ACOG sight) while “hunting”.
Tuco holds the M4 in the house when his Uncle Hector signals him that something is wrong. Now the scope is gone.
Walt holds the M4 on Tuco and Jesse as they fight for control of Tuco’s Jericho 941.
Tuco fires the M4 in the shootout with Hank.
A publicity photo of Hank with an M4.
Colt Model 933
The other of the two mercenaries guarding the refrigerated truck in Episode 4×06, “Cornered” is armed with a Colt Model 933, the shorter-barreled version of the M4A1 carried by his accomplice.
Colt Model 933 with bayonet lug deleted – 5.56x45mm
Clovis, a tow truck and junkyard owner who is a cousin of an associate of Jesse’s, uses a shortened Mossberg 500 to threaten an intruder sleeping in Jesse’s RV, but put up his gun when the intruder turns out to be Jesse himself (S2E4, “Down”). Specifically, the weapon appears to be a cut down 500AT; the stock has either been shortened to, or replaced with, a pistol grip, but the barrel appears to be original as it has the original bead sight (thereby narrowly escaping being a “short-barreled shotgun” for purposes of the 1934 National Firearms Act).
Clovis holds his shotgun on Jesse; note the bead sight atop the muzzle
Clovis shoulders the shotgun, displaying the pistol grip
Mossberg 500 Mariner
An Mossberg 500 Mariner is used by a police officer before he is axed by one of the Cousins.
Mossberg 500A Mariner (18.5″ barrel) with the proprietary Marinecote™ Finish and Synthetic Stock – 12 Gauge
A police officer approaches the Cousins’ hideout, Episode 3×06.
Non Descript Pocket Pistol non gun
Used by Tomas to carry out a hit.
Walter White (Bryan Cranston) is seen retrieving an M60 machine gun, with an instruction manual and several boxes of ammunition, from the trunk of a car after purchasing it in S5E1 “Live Free or Die”.
M60E1 – 7.62x51mm NATO
An M60 along with its manual and several boxes of ammunition
Unknown Bolt-action Rifle
Cartel enforcer Gaff uses an unknown bolt-action rifle with a high-power scope to kill one of Gus’s henchmen, and fires several more shots at Gus.
Gaff picks up the rifle after sending a message to Gus.
“Negro Y Azul” Weapons
A music video appears in the Season 2 episode “Negro Y Azul” (Spanish for black and blue). A multitude of weapons appear in the video. All of the guns which appear in this video are clearly airsoft weapons, as opposed to the blank-adapted real firearms used elsewhere on the show.
An unknown Smith & Wesson model revolver can be seen in the “Negro Y Azul” music video. It is sitting next to several bags of the Walt’s signature blue meth. It appears to be a Smith & Wesson Model 686 .357 Magnum.
A Smith & Wesson laying next to some Pesos and Walt’s blue meth.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
An MP5Kis seen in the music video for “Negro y Azul”. It is lying on the ground with some other weapons.
Heckler & Koch MP5K – 9x19mm.
The MP5K can be seen dead-center. The subtitles are unremovable as the song – Negro Y Azul – is in Spanish.
Another view of the MP5K – which is indeed an MP5K as one can see the magazine release paddle.
An AK-47 can be seen in the music video for “Negro y Azul”.
AK-47 – 7.62x39mm
A full-sized Uzi with the extended stock can be seen in the music video for “Negro y Azul”.
IMI Uzi – 9x19mm
The full size Uzi is to the right, in the shadows. Notice the extended stock.
A Mini Uzi can be seen in the music video for “Negro y Azul”. It is lying near the full-size Uzi.
Mini Uzi – 9x19mm
The Mini-Uzi is left to the full-sized one’s stock
An FN P90 can be seen in the music video for “Negro y Azul”.
FN P90 – 5.7x28mm
The P90’s stock is by “That blue”.
A P90 stock and magazine are on the left.
Heckler & Koch UMP
A Heckler & Koch UMP can be seen in the music video for “Negro y Azul”.
Heckler & Koch UMP – .45 ACP
The UMP is next to the M4.
The UMP is at top-left. Notice the straight magazine, confirming it is a UMP