"Can I just get some macaroni and gravy?"
Remember "The Sopranos" (HBO, 1999-2007)? Fugetaboutit. Am I right?
Recently a GLOCK G19 used by Vincent Pastore as “Big Pussy” Bonpensiero in the "The Sopranos." Pastore can be seen firing the weapon in “From Where To Eternity” (Season 2, Episode 9) when “Big Pussy” and his boss, Tony Soprano, played by James Gandolfini, track down Matt Bevilaqua at his hideout and interrogate him in order to confirm that his participation in the attempted hit on Christopher Moltisanti was contracted by an outside party. “Big Pussy” and Tony then shoot Matt repeatedly with their Glocks. Later in the series, it is revealed that Matt was shot 21 times by the two gangsters, and a witness had identified Tony leaving the scene, setting the stage for a possible bust for Tony. When the witness learns who Tony is, he refuses to testify, putting a temporary halt to the FBI’s plans to indict the mobster on a murder charge. The gun was also used onscreen by Tony in “Funhouse” (Season 2, Episode 13) during the surreal dream sequence where Tony peers through a binocular viewer along a seaside boardwalk, but instead of seeing the ocean, he witnesses himself and “Paulie Walnuts” Gualtieri playing cards in an abandoned warehouse. Tony pulls the weapon from his jacket and shoots Paulie in the chest at point blank range, knocking him backwards onto the ground.
The GLOCK 19 was modified to fire blank rounds only. Weapons Specialists Ltd. leased the firearm directly to the production company for use in the series.
The winning bid on the G19 was $2560. Accompanying the GLOCK was a certificate of authenticity, production rental paperwork, and a copy of the episode.