A group of masked men break into the home of an international arms dealer and kidnap his wife. McGarrett soon realizes the case is far more than a simple kidnapping - he's now involved with agents of a foreign civil war.
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The Anderson Estate, familiar to viewers of Magnum PI as the Robin Masters Estate, returns for another H5O appearance; this time it is the residence of arms dealer Ben Cunningham. See more
McGarrett picks up Cunningham's rifle and misidentifies it as a Dutch made AR-10. Merrill, the gun expert, corrects him by misidentifying it as a prototype to the M15. The gun is neither - it is easily recognizable as being from the AR-15 series of rifles firing the 5.56mm round, either a fully auto M16 or semi-auto AR-15. In the wild guess department, McGarrett was a little closer to the mark where the AR-10 is actually designer Eugene Stoner's precursor to the AR-15, but is larger and heavier as it fires the NATO 7.62mm round. The M15 was a member of the M14 family of traditional wooden stock battle rifles and cannot be confused with the lightweight plastic and aluminum AR-15/M16 even in the dark. See more