THE TERMINAL LIST
Guns - Gear - Featured Brands
This is the second post, covering the guns, gear, and brands that were featured in the Amazon Prime original, The Terminal List. If you are looking for information on gear that was seen in a different episode, that will be linked, as soon as I finish writing the subsequent breakdowns. You can find the full detailed list of everything featured in episode 1, “The Engram,” here.
This post will focus exclusively on Season 1, Episode 2 – “Encoding.” I’ll give a little bit of back story for context, as well as some cool behind-the-scenes info, as provided by Gary Tuers of Xtreme_props. Gary was the prop-master, in charge of setting up all the weapons for the show. You can find tons of behind-the-scenes pictures of the guns and gear from the show on his Instagram page. Other sources include The Terminal List’s on-set photographer Justin Lubin, Jack Carr’s website and Instagram, the terminallistpv Instagram, Internet Movie Firearms Database, and Chris Pratt’s Instagram profile.
If you somehow found this page before actually watching The Terminal List, STOP READING. The show is awesome, and it’s worth your time to enjoy it free from any spoilers that will be discussed in this post. (Don’t say I didn’t warn you.) Definitely come back to this post, after you watch the show.
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THE TERMINAL LIST Episode 2 Overview
In the second installment of The Terminal List, we start out reliving the horrible events of the last few days. Who killed James Reece’s family? Who were the assassins in the clinic? Why is Reece being targeted? Who fed the team bad intel?
All valid questions with no answers.
James Reece (Christ Pratt) just buried every member of his SEAL team. His wife and daughter (she was only three years old in the book) are dead. Any hope of ever living a normal life again is long gone, and it’s time to start unraveling the spiderweb.
Resco BlackFrog Gen2 Black PVD on a Nato Strap
Kicking this list off, we have another appearance of the Resco BlackFrog Gen 2 automatic watch from the first episode. Brand new, you can grab one of these for $2,155 directly from Resco or roughly $1,100ish for a used one.
The first time this watch appeared (I think) was after Reece met with Katie Buranek (Constance Wu) in his garage after she followed him with his family from one of the team funerals. Pro tip: don’t follow SEALs, especially after they have lost their entire team to a setup.
(UPDATE) The watch collector that managed to snag up one of the actual screen used Resco BlackFrog watches reached out and has shared some more pictures! Big thank you to DJ Stokes for sharing your passion so the rest of the fans can enjoy it too.
THE TERMINAL LIST SIG P226 MK25
|Caliber:||9mm Luger||Frame Material:||Alloy|
|Capacity:||15+1||Frame Finish:||Hard Coat Anodized|
|Barrel Length:||4.4"||Slide Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Overall Length:||7.7”||Slide Finish:||Matte Black|
|Width:||1.5”||Trigger Pull:||DA 10 lbs SA 4.4 lbs|
This is the same SIG Mk25 that played an important role in Episode 1, “The Engram.” Since I already covered it in the previous post, I’ll just briefly touch on it here.
All of the members of SEAL Team Seven from Alpha platoon were given laser-etched SIGs with their names and “L.L.T.B.” on the sides of the slide. This is important because each gun is unique, and we know for a fact that Reece locked his SIG in a biometric safe. How did that same SIG end up in the hands of his would-be assassins in the clinic?
The SIG makes a very brief appearance after Reece returns home from burying his family.
THE TERMINAL LIST Finger Print Gun Safe
Following the assassination attempt in the clinic, this biometric fingerprint safe plays a larger role in the second episode. Special Agent Josh Holder (Warren Kole) from NCIS pays Reece an unannounced visit to see the safe. Agent Holder also asks to see the larger Fort Knox safe in the garage.
In reality, this is a pretty cheap fingerprint safe from Cabela’s. Based on the reviews, it doesn’t seem like much of a “safe,” but if you want one, they are available for $129.97 from Cabelas.com.
THE TERMINAL LIST Fort Knox Maverick 6637 Gun Safe
A lot of words come to mind when you see a nice gun safe, packed with high-end hardware. The Fort Knox safe, featured in The Terminal List, certainly didn’t disappoint! I took the time to spec out an identical Fort Knox Maverick safe on the Fort Knox website. An identical safe to the one featured in the show would set you back $5,506. The specifications for the safe were confirmed by Propmaster Gary Tuers from Xtreme_props. Based on the comment on the post from Jack Carr, I’m guessing this may be his personal safe with some of his own personal guns.
|Fort Knox Part Number||Description|
|DR-M6637-11||Door Maverick-11 | 10, Renforced Door|
|CDARK-6637||Finish-Dark Granite Textured|
|I3722SP||Interior-22 Gun - Silver Prestige|
|ELS||Lock-S&G Titan Electronic Lock|
|SD37||Trim Color-Silver Hardware|
|SDG37||Graphic-Silver Defender Graphics|
|RSEXT-3HINGE||Hinge-Right Swing-External Hinge|
|MPP37C||Bundle-Lights, Door Organizer, Hinge Cap Upgrade, Dehumidifer Rod|
Sitka Optifade Icon Tee $32
I don’t have a complete breakdown of every item and gun in the safe just yet, but I would be interested to do that at some point, if you’d like (let me know in the comments). If you recognize something or have inside intel, please let me know, and I can add it to the page sooner than later. Some of the things that stick out are several Taran Tactical pistols, lots of Black Hills ammo (this was also accurate from the book), several thousand dollars in cash and gold, at least three passports, and tons of other goodies.
Faraday Cell Phone Bag & Threema App
The plot thickens after James Reece and Katie Buranek meet for the second time. Reece asks her what kind of phone she uses and proceeds to give her a faraday bag and instructions to download a secure messaging app called Threema.
I have no idea what brand of faraday bag was used, or if it was a real faraday bag at all. What I can say for sure is that signal intercepting and tracking is very real, and faraday bags are also real. The app referenced in The Terminal List is real and is a legitimate encrypted messaging app.
Here are a couple of real-world faraday bag options if you have a need for one.
Thanks to Edward Snowden, we know the government is always listening. We also know for a fact that Google, Facebook, Twitter, and big tech, in general, are also always listening, tracking, or otherwise spying on us. By using a faraday bag, along with an encrypted messaging app like Threema, you can limit your exposure and take back some of your privacy.
In The Terminal List book, Reece and Katie used the Signal app, which is also a real-life secure messaging app. Both Signal and Threema are available on the app store and Google Play Store. Signal is free, and Threema has a one-time cost of $4.99.
THE TERMINAL LIST Surveillance Kit
James Reece is highly suspicious of NCIS Agent Josh Holder (Warren Kole) and begins gathering intelligence on his movements. During his surveillance of Holder, Reece was wearing a Columbia PFG hat and Arc’Teryx Kyanite LT hoody. I’m not 100% sure of the exact model and lens of Nikon camera he used, but I’m fairly sure it was a Nikon D7200 DSLR and 80-400 lens. Leave a comment below if you think it’s something elsec
Lockpick Set & Mechanix FastFit Gloves
To be 100% sure Agent Holder was involved in killing his family, Reece breaks into Holder’s condo and begins searching for clues. The lock brand in The Terminal List is “AXEL,” which is completely made up. I’m guessing it’s supposed to represent a high-security lock brand like ABUS or ABLOY. The exact brand of lockpicks used on set is a mystery at the moment, but I’ve included a few links for sets you can check out, if you’re interested.
Reece was wearing Mechanix FastFit work gloves, and you can see the bright yellow branding. Personally, I would prefer something without bright colors like that. Mechanix makes a “covert” version of the same glove, which would be much better for something like this. Not that I have any experience with B&Es or anything…
THE TERMINAL LIST TTI Glock 19 $1,599.99
|Caliber:||9 mm||Frame Material:||Polymer|
|Capacity:||18+1||Frame Finish:||Matte Black|
|Barrel Length:||4.01"||Slide Material:||Steel|
|Overall Length:||7.28”||Slide Finish:||Matte Black|
|Weight:||22 oz.||Sights:||Trijicon HD XR night sights|
|Width:||1.34”||Trigger Pull:||3.5lb Carry Trigger|
TTI Terminal Gunsmith Package Details
It shouldn’t really come as a surprise, at this point, that Taran Butler from Taran Tactical Innovations was involved with the weapons from The Terminal List. Specifically, TTI customized a Glock 19 Gen 3 for the show and now offers a complete TTLG19 customized package on their website.
You can also spot several TTI Combat Master Glocks in the Fort Knox safe, along with TTI accessories on the Benelli M4. Upgrades for the shotgun include factory FDE that has a Taran Tactical safety, bolt release, and charging handle upgrades.
The Glock 19 only gets a few seconds of screen time in episode 2, so I’ll just note it here and go into more detail about it (with more pictures) for my episode 3 breakdown.
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THE TERMINAL LIST Kimber Warrior 1911
|Caliber:||.45 ACP||Frame Material:||Steel|
|Capacity:||7+1||Frame Finish:||Matte Black|
|Barrel Length:||5"||Slide Material:||Steel|
|Overall Length:||8.7”||Slide Finish:||Matte Black|
|Weight:||39 oz.||Sights:||Tritium Night Sights|
|Width:||1.28”||Trigger Pull:||4.0-5.0 lbs|
After downloading a copy of Josh Holder’s computer hard drive, Reece and Ben discover that Holder had pulled Reece’s fingerprint from the WARCOM database two days prior to his family being killed. That was all the evidence Reece needed to add Josh Holder’s name to his kill list. The first of many…
Rugged Suppressors Obsidian 45
$680 + $200 NFA Tax
|Caliber:||9mm Luger||Frame Material:||Anodized Aluminum|
|Capacity:||15+1||Frame Finish:||Hard Coat Anodized|
|Barrel Length:||3.9"||Slide Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Overall Length:||7.1”||Slide Finish:||Matte Black|
|Weight:||32.4 oz.||Sights:||SIG Combat|
|Width:||1.5”||Trigger Pull:||DA 10 lbs SA 4.4 lbs|
This one took a lot longer to figure out than I expected. The SIG P229 only has a few seconds of very dark screen time, and SIG makes about a thousand variants for each of its models. I think Josh Holder’s SIG P229 in The Terminal List is a variant that was made between 2005 and 2016. If you look at new versions (there’s a picture just below), SIG got rid of the visible grip screws and added full slide serrations vs the half cut seen here. If I’m completely wrong, and you know something I don’t, please let me know in the comments below, and I’ll update the post accordingly.
The SIG P229 is basically just a slightly smaller version of the P226. SIG calls it “compact,” but I think that’s a bit of a stretch.
After shooting Agent Holder with Boozer’s Kimber Warrior 1911 .45, Reece places Holder’s NCIS-issued 9mm SIG P229 in Holder’s hand and drops a fired 9mm casing on the bed. Obviously, this setup won’t hold water very long, but Reece isn’t really interested in living a long, happy life at this point. He only has one goal, and that is to kill every single person who had a hand in his family’s murder. Thanks to Josh Holder, Reece now has the next name for his list. Saul Agnon.
Plate Carriers From The Memory Flashback
The plate carrier Boozer is wearing during the Josh Holder interrogation appears to be an LBT 6094-A-LP. I’m not even close to sure about Reece’s carrier. It looks like possibly an Agilite Gear K19 plate carrier or First Spear STRANDHOGG, just based on the plastic clips you can see on the sides. If you have any inside info or any other ideas on these, please let me know.
Conclusion & Final Thoughts
The Terminal List is packed full of just about every tactical brand you can think of… This breakdown is by no means an exhaustive list. If this post generates enough interest, I may add more details at some point. Just let me know if that’s something you’d like.
You can find all of the gear layout and weapon pictures I used at the xtreme_props Instagram page. I would not have been able to make a detailed list like this without the behind-the-scenes info and photos from Gary Tures, Justin Lubin, Jack Carr, and Chris Pratt.
All of the brand names, logos, images, etc are all registered trademarks, trade names, or intellectual property of the photographer. I tried to cite image sources as accurately as possible, and any infringement or misuse is not intentional, so please let me know if you notice anything that should be corrected.
Most of the links to purchase the gear from the show are affiliated with the specific brand or are a large distributor of the brand.
If you find any factual errors, or have any additional information to add, please feel free to contact me. I’d be happy to add more to the list.