The Company's guns
|The Company's guns|
Mohinder Suresh points a gun to Sylar's head.
|First mentioned:||Don't Look Back|
|Owned by:||The Company and its agents|
|Current status:||At least one in Noah Bennet's possession|
The Company often issues guns to its agents. Most of the guns issued are highly customized Strayer Voigt Infinity 1911 .45 caliber semiautomatic pistols. Many Company agents primarily use the specialized guns, though other types of weapons are also used from time to time, usually when dealing with extremely powerful evolved humans. Following are some of the more notable appearances of the Company's guns.
- 1 About
- 1.1 Don't Look Back
- 1.2 One Giant Leap
- 1.3 Hiros
- 1.4 Fallout
- 1.5 Godsend
- 1.6 Distractions
- 1.7 Graphic Novel:Road Kill
- 1.8 Unexpected
- 1.9 Company Man
- 1.10 Graphic Novel:Hell's Angel
- 1.11 Parasite
- 1.12 Graphic Novel:Family Man
- 1.13 Landslide
- 1.14 How to Stop an Exploding Man
- 1.15 Graphic Novel:Golden Handshake, Part 1
- 1.16 Graphic Novel:Golden Handshake, Part 2
- 1.17 Graphic Novel:Golden Handshake, Part 3
- 1.18 Graphic Novel:Golden Handshake, Part 4
- 1.19 Graphic Novel:Blackout, Part 2
- 1.20 Graphic Novel:Team Building Exercise
- 1.21 Out of Time
- 1.22 Cautionary Tales
- 1.23 Graphic Novel:Elle's First Assignment, Part 2
- 1.24 Graphic Novel:Blindsided
- 1.25 Graphic Novel:Trust Issues, Part 1
- 1.26 Graphic Novel:Faces, Part 2
- 1.27 Graphic Novel:Root and Branch, Part 1
- 1.28 Graphic Novel:Root and Branch, Part 2
- 1.29 Graphic Novel:Root and Branch, Part 3
- 1.30 Graphic Novel:Berlin, Part 1
- 1.31 Graphic Novel:Berlin, Part 2
- 1.32 Graphic Novel:The Kill Squad, Part 1
- 1.33 Webisode:Going Postal, Part 1
- 1.34 Graphic Novel:The Kill Squad, Part 2
- 1.35 Graphic Novel:The Kill Squad, Part 3
- 1.36 Graphic Novel:Hindsight
- 1.37 Graphic Novel:Into the Wild, Part 1
- 1.38 Graphic Novel:Into the Wild, Part 2
- 1.39 The Butterfly Effect
- 1.40 The Eclipse, Part 1
- 1.41 The Eclipse, Part 2
- 1.42 Our Father
- 1.43 Dual
- 1.44 Cold Wars
- 1.45 Cold Snap
- 1.46 Brave New World
- 1.47 Odessa
- 1.48 Under the Mask
- 1.49 The Needs of the Many
- 1.50 The Lion's Den
- 1.51 Game Over
- 1.52 June 13th, Part One
- 1.53 June 13th, Part Two
- 1.54 Sundae, Bloody Sundae
- 2 Trivia
- 3 Gallery
- 4 See Also
- 5 External Links
After capturing Nathan Petrelli in Las Vegas, Noah, armed with a Company gun, leads him through a parking garage. Nathan is briefly able to use the distraction of a phone call to escape, but is recaptured by Noah and Rene. Noah holds Nathan at gunpoint as Rene advances on him, but Nathan is able to fly off and escape before Noah can react.
Eden McCain goes to Sylar's cell to attempt to persuade him to commit suicide. She carries a gun customized just like the phony exterminator's. When Sylar breaks the glass of his cell and threatens to steal her power, she turns the gun on herself instead.
When Noah Bennet comes to Mohinder's apartment to talk to him, he carries one of the Company's guns, laying it on the table between himself and Mohinder while speaking with him and then holstering it when he leaves.
Mr. Bennet gives one of the guns (which he has holstered) to Isaac in case Peter comes to Isaac's studio. When Isaac asks what he's supposed to do with the gun, Bennet tells him to "save the world". Later, when Peter arrives, Isaac grabs the gun. He points it at Peter who disappears. Isaac shoots the gun blindly, and accidentally shoots Simone in the chest twice, killing her.
In 1992, Sandra Bennet finds her husband's gun and grows suspicious. In 1999, Mr. Bennet shoots Claude after he was noted to be hiding someone with an ability. Thompson shoots Ted, causing Ted to lose control of his power. The Haitian shoots Mr. Bennet, upon his request, to make it seem like he was attacked. This, followed by the Haitian erasing Mr. Bennet's memory, is done to throw off the Company.
After killing Simone, Isaac picks up his gun and shoots at Peter, but Peter is able to turn invisible and escape unharmed.
Mohinder pulls the gun he got from the phony exterminator out of his desk drawer and aims it at Sylar. After stopping to collect spinal fluid, he again takes aim and fires, but Sylar stops the bullet in mid-air.
After entering the Company facility, Mr. Bennet draws a gun to take out the tracking system. Thompson sees Bennet and Matt on the security system, and prepares to stop the two. After avoiding shots fired at them, Matt and Bennet split up, where Bennet kills Thompson. As Bennet and Matt discover that the tracking system is Molly Walker, Mohinder knocks Matt out and aims a gun at Bennet, where the two stand off.
Later, as the two men look for Sylar at Kirby Plaza, Mr. Bennet takes the gun out and readies it. Peter glows radioactively and can't control his power. Mr. Bennet takes the gun and tries shoot Peter, but is unable. He gives the gun to Claire, and at Peter's insistence, aims. Nathan arrives and blocks Claire from shooting his brother.
Atop a Paris hotel, Haram shoots at Fusor's accomplice at least five times. When she escapes, he chases her into a park, but mistakenly takes aim at an innocent couple. When the perpetrator knocks over a tree branch, Haram drops the gun, and decides to go for it instead of his partner, a crucial mistake.
Noah identifies the pistol that Mohinder is holding in painting 7/8 in the series of eight as a Company gun, and he calls Mohinder to ask if he has been given a gun by the Company yet. Later, Bob sends Mohinder on a mission to find Claire, and he gives him a gun for protection.
Elle gives Mohinder one of the guns. He uses it to hold Noah at gunpoint, but Noah manages to wrestle it away from him and turn the gun on Mohinder instead. Later, Bob carries uses one of the guns to kidnap Claire from the Bennets' home.
The survivors place a gun in the hands of a dead Company agent to make it look like she shot Cushing.
Penny's gun is one of the belongings she grabs when sneaking out of the motel room. Both Penny and Thompson, Jr. then head to the firing range and practice using their guns. Connie arrives, pointing her gun while walking through the door, and almost shoots Penny with it. Later, Thompson, Jr. holds a disguised Penny and the teleporter's girlfriend at gunpoint at Manuel Garcia's home.
As she escapes from Primatech Research, Sabine shoots a Company agent in the shoulder. In the Company parking garage, several Company agents fire at a decoy clone that Julien creates as a distraction. As Sabine and Julien are being chased by Donna and Thompson Jr. over a bridge that crosses the Bronx River, Donna uses her ability to aim for and shoot a tire of the SUV Sabine is driving.
Agent Howard pulls out his Company issued pistol, attempting to use it to scare Echo against fleeing. However, Echo just uses his ability again to collapse Howard to the ground and takes off running. The Constrictor then grabs Howard's gun and shoots a couple of rounds in Echo's direction. The Constrictor then fires a round point blank into Howard's head, who was lying on the ground in pain and bleeding from both ears.
Sean Fallon and the rest of his team engage in a gun fight with Brendan Lewis. Lewis uses his power to kill Rosetti, Ballou and an unnamed squad member before Fallon unloads a full clip on Lewis, who was begging not to be taken back to the Company's labs.
Gael Cruz uses his gun to interrogate Donna.
After the murder of Bob Bishop, Elle hastily makes her way down to Level 5 where she releases Mr. Bennet from his cell, and throws to him a company gun informing him that "Sylar's in the building". He shoots Sylar with this gun eight times. Shortly afterwards, this particular gun is turned to gold by Sylar who obtained Bob's ability through killing him earlier on. Nonetheless, the gun is not used by Sylar, it is merely used to demonstrate his new ability to taunt Elle over her father's death, once he has done this, he simply discards the gun on the floor, before advancing upon Elle.
Armed with one of the Company's guns, Noah trains Claire in the Canfields' home. When Elle and Sylar barge in to take Claire, but realize that they have lost their abilities, Noah attacks Sylar. While distracted, Elle picks up the gun and aims for Noah. Claire takes the bullet, but doesn't heal.
Angela gives Peter a Company gun to kill Arthur with telling him to shoot Arthur through the head with it while The Haitian blocks Arthur's powers as a shot through the head prevents regeneration and will cause Arthur to die. Peter reluctantly takes the gun and he and The Haitian head to Pinehearst Headquarters. When they are confronted by security, Peter uses the gun to stop the guard long enough for The Haitian to knock him out. In Arthur's office the two have a confrontation where since Arthur's powers are blocked, Peter has a chance to use the gun to kill him. Arthur insults him and Peter finally shoots as Arthur regains his powers and slashes his face, but misses the bullet which is stopped in mid-air by Sylar who disarms Peter. Sylar ultimately lets the bullet go when he learns that Arthur is not his father and the bullet goes through his head, killing him. When Sylar sees Peter looking at the gun, he says Peter doesn't need it as he (Sylar) has no use for him and thus just leaves him alone.
When Nathan returns to Arthur's office, Peter has retrieved his gun and threatens Nathan with it. Nathan apparently convinces Peter to give the gun to him, but Peter knocks him out instead, tricking Nathan in order to get close to him. Planning to destroy the formula, Peter confronts Mohinder Suresh and holds him at gunpoint to stop him from injecting himself with the formula. After Daphne steals the formula for Ando to use, Mohinder knocks the gun from Peter's hand and attacks him before being stopped by Knox and Flint.
At Primatech, Sylar invades; Noah and Meredith, armed with a Company gun, look for Sylar. Sylar later takes the gun from her and empties all but one bullet from it before locking Noah and Meredith in a cell with the gun in an attempt to force Noah to kill Meredith. After Meredith weakens the glass window with heat, Noah attempts to use the gun to shatter it, but only succeeds in cracking it, allowing Claire to break the glass by diving through it.
When Noah pulls a bag of his old stuff out of a hole in the wall of his house behind a painting, his old gun can be seen amongst his things.
During a struggle with Rene, Noah pulls out his old gun and they struggle over it, resulting in Rene being fatally shot. Noah puts down his gun as he questions Rene on why he tried to kill Noah and then picks it up again as he leaves.
Noah pulls his gun on Norris and demands to know why the staff of St. Jude's Hospital are looking for him. Norris explains that on June 13, 2014 Noah had put one of the guards in the hospital. Not remembering what he was doing at the hospital, Noah demands Norris show him the security footage at gunpoint. Noah keeps his gun on Norris as he sees that Claire apparently died in the hospital and Hiro Nakamura is apparently involved. When Quentin startles him, Noah nearly shoots him before they take off when the guards call Norris, demanding to know where he is.
In Renautas Headquarters, Noah draws his gun after making it inside. As Quentin distracts the guards, Noah pistol-whips one unconscious and demands the other drop his gun and surrender. Once he does, Noah pistol-whips him too.
After Quentin catches Taylor Kravid's attention, Noah holds his gun on her and demands information on the Renautas research division and its security. Noah plants doubt into Taylor's mind about her mother's intentions and asks Taylor to question her mother on what she's doing.
Later, Taylor helps Noah and Quentin break into Renautas' research division and Noah pulls his gun once they get through the door. As they travel down the hallway, the three are confronted by three armed Harris clones and they and Noah enter into an armed standoff. Noah quietly orders his two companions to get on the ground when he tells them to and then shoots a fire extinguisher, using the vapor to blind the Harris clones. While the clones fire blindly, Noah is able to see enough to shoot and kill all three, causing them to turn into piles of salt.
After locating Molly Walker, Noah puts his gun into his pants as he tries to free her from E.P.I.C. Molly draws Noah close to her, then pulls his gun from his pants and holds it on him. After telling Noah that she can't stop Erica's plans, but she can stop her from forcing Molly to help her kill seven billion people. Telling Noah to "forget the past, save the future", Molly uses Noah's gun to shoot herself in the head, killing herself and deactivating E.P.I.C's global tracking system. Noah picks up the gun Molly dropped when she died and sadly flees with Quentin and Taylor before Renautas security can catch up to them.
After Taylor lures Erica Kravid home, Noah steps out of hiding, holding his gun. Noah interrogates Erica for answers but when she refuses to tell him who he had his memory erased to protect, Noah threatens her with his gun only for Harris Prime to force him to put his gun down. Afterwards, Harris Prime picks up Noah's gun and examines it while talking with Erica. After Quentin knocks Harris Prime out, Noah retrieves his gun and goes after Erica and the two Harris clones with her, but fails to catch her.
After Harris Prime helps them get into the Renautas Research Division, Noah has his ability negation system removed and instead keeps his gun on the man, threating to blow his head off if he tries to clone himself. As they make their way into the lower levels of the facility, Miko Otomo teleports in and attacks, knocking Noah's gun from his hand and allowing Harris Prime to flee. After talking Miko down, Noah retrieves his gun.
Upon arriving at the space-time bridge control room, Noah fires his gun in the air to scare Richard Schwenkman. After the scientists manning the bridge disappear through it, Noah demands to know what its for at gunpoint. When Richard refuses to explain, Noah shoots him in the foot. Noah threatens Richard with his gun as he tells him he can't release Hiro Nakamura from Evernow, but relents a little when Ren Shimosawa reveals that Miko can. Noah keeps his gun on Richard as he tauntingly claims its impossible for Miko to save Hiro.
When the elevator starts to descend again, Noah points his gun at the doors as does Quentin. When Harris emerges with two clones and Phoebe Frady, Noah flees rather than exchange gunfire with them. As they need to take out Phoebe and her power dampening, Noah decides to take out the clones with Miko's help to buy Quentin the time he needs. As one clone comes into the room, Noah hides, waits until the clone passes him and then shoots the clone in the back, killing him. Miko is then able to destroy the second clone with her sword.
At the Odessa Unity Summit, Noah draws his gun when he and Hiro are in his old office and they hear footsteps approaching. Hiding in his secret room, Noah holds onto his gun as he listens to his past self and Erica Kravid discuss the security situation at the summit and Claire. After Erica has his past self taken away, Noah starts to follow him in order to rescue him before Hiro convinces him that the 2014 Noah will be alright since the 2015 Noah still exists. As Angela Petrelli arrives, Noah puts away his gun to talk to her.
After spotting Erica on TV outside the hospital shortly after the bombing, Noah chases her through St. Jude's Hospital, fitting his gun with a silencer in order to kill her. As Noah takes aim at Erica, his past self runs after him to stop him.
Making his way through St. Jude's Hospital on June 13, 2014, the future Noah equips his gun with a silencer and takes aim at Erica Kravid. However, as Noah shoots, his past self tackles him to the ground and Noah shoots Erica in the leg instead of killing her. The two Noah's duck into a nearby room as security comes and the 2015 Noah removes his gun's silencer. As he explains that his attempt on Erica's life was unplanned, Noah inadvertently waves his gun around. Noticing this, he puts the gun away.
After tracking Hiro's powers to a house in Odessa with Molly Walker's help, Noah pulls out his gun as he wonders why Hiro would be at the house instead of the hospital. When an older Hiro answers the door before Noah can ring the doorbell, Noah lowers his gun and smiles at his old friend.
In the house, a Harris clone enters and takes Nathan hostage as Noah draws his gun and enters a stand-off with him. Noah signals Nathan who teleports the clone across the room. Once the clone is safely away from Nathan and has emerged from the teleport, Noah shoots him dead.
Upon his return to 2015, Noah loses his gun in the pile of dirt he landed on and has to go dig it out again.
Its later shown that due to Noah shooting Erica while time traveling, he changed the future slightly as it allowed Quentin Frady to find her before they met while he was working with Noah. As a result, Quentin was led to his sister and convinced to join Erica's cause as a spy for her.
As the lights at St. Peter's Hospital start to shatter, Noah draws his gun and aims it at Phoebe Frady as she comes around the corner with a ball of darkness. However, Quentin betrays him due to Noah's changes to time making him a Renautas spy and holds Tommy at gunpoint to force Noah to put down his gun. Quentin and Phoebe leave with Tommy and Phoebe takes Noah's gun from him and takes it with her as she goes.
- The guns have been customized with at least a custom slide, a double-stack rail frame, and an SV IMM Open pistol extended compensator barrel. The level of customization makes the guns quite unique and recognizable. SVI originally made these pistols at the request of Michael Mann for the 2006 film Miami Vice. The cost to have one of these pistols replicated is $5200.
- The M1911 was the standard-issue U.S. Armed Forces side arm from 1911 to 1985. The 1911 design has been revived and modernized and is currently being produced by several companies, including Strayer Voigt, Inc., STI International, and Smith & Wesson, as well as countless boutique outfits.
- Most of the major characters of Heroes have carried or used these guns at least once including Mohinder Suresh, Claire Bennet, Rene, Isaac Mendez, Matt Parkman, Peter Petrelli and Noah Bennet.
- While working for Building 26 instead of the Company, Noah Bennet uses his Company gun as his sidearm.
- Given Noah Bennet's propensity to use a Company gun even when he's not working for the Company such as when he worked for Building 26 and during Heroes Reborn, he seems to have adopted his Company gun as his personal weapon as well as his work weapon.
- While many characters carried these guns in the original series, only Noah Bennet still carries one in the miniseries.
- After he retired, Noah kept his old Company gun hidden in a hole in his home's wall in a bag of his old things. When he went back to his old life, he took up his old gun as well.
- In Heroes Reborn, the grip on Noah's old Company gun seems to be of a different color than previously seen on the guns.
- Noah Bennet's most common method of harming his victims is threatening or otherwise harming them with a Company gun.
- In June 13th, Part One, Noah fits his Company gun with a silencer in order to shoot Erica Kravid.
- In June 13th, Part Two, Noah changes the past slightly by shooting Erica Kravid in the leg with his Company gun. His intent was to kill her but he was stopped by his past self. The shooting led to Quentin Frady meeting Erica much earlier than he did in the original timeline and thus joining her side as a spy rather than truly working with Noah. It also restores Quentin to life in the present after Noah returns from 2014.
- For a complete gallery of the guns, see the gallery.
Ando's sword • The Bennets' gun • C4 explosives • Claire's gun • The Company's guns • The Company's tasers • Corinthian security gun • Danko's knife • Donna's gun • Edgar's knives • Ernie's gun • Future Claire's guns • Jessica's gun • Jessica's rifle • Kaito's sword • Kensei sword • Luke's gun • Matt's side arm • Miko's staff • Shotguns • Sword of Oni • Taylor's gun
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