TV Series | TV-14 | | Crime, Drama
Revolves around a family of New York cops.
In Season 1, Frank Reagan is seen carrying a snub nose .38 Special with a 2" barrel given to him by his former commissioner father, who got it from his father. Upon close examination of high resolution photos stills, the revolver is a modified Colt .38 Special given the "Fitz treatment". Such treatment having originated with a Henry Fitzgerald who worked at Colt. The barrel was shortened from 4" to 2", the trigger guard opened, and the hammer cut down.
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Most of the police cars used in Blue Bloods are replicas, bearing the obvious wrong font for the 'NYPD' lettering on the side, having blue lights and bearing the modified NYPD logo that's also worn on the replica uniforms. But in several episodes you can see the replica cars mixed with real-life NYPD police cars. Most of the time the precinct number on the real-life cars are not shown, since the NYPD doesn't allow real-life precinct numbers being used in TV shows.
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