In Deadliest Warrior, some weapons appear during testing or the simulation that doesn't appear in the official weapons list of the warrior.
Many warriors in the show have bayonets but are untested, possibly because the other enemy has a bayonet also and there would be no edge against each other. Instead, another melee weapon is used. (George Washington, Napoleon, Musketeer).
In a short video when two rajput opened a sack full of rajputana weapons their where a pair of twin hooks in it but it was not shown in list or in the simulation ,probably because the rajputs in the deadliest warrior where known to use a very different arsenal then any of the warriors and twin hooks where already used in arsenal of shaolin monks.
In the episode, the Gladiator killed another gladiator by cutting his throat with the Pugio dagger. This weapon is more used for finishing off an enemy than actual combat. This knife has also been used by Roman Centurions.
Bow and ArrowEdit
The episode showed Vikings hunting with bows and using fire arrows to burn houses.
Caltrops appeared in the testing but were not used due to no lethality.
Sais were shown in testing but were too short ranged.
A net was used in combination with the ninjato during training.
A ninja farmer was shown killing a samurai with a spear.
A Kama is a small scythe used as a farming tool. In ninja times, it was turned into a hooking weapon. The modified Kusarigama is part Kama, part ball-and-chain.
Tekagi-shuko are claws worn on the palms of the hands. Ninjas used them to block sword slashes. At night, the ninja would look like it could block swords barehanded.
A sword commonly found near the Mediteranean sea. Although not native to Greece, some Spartans did use this larger hacking sword. This sword is in the videogame as the Spartan's weapon.
Some scenes showing pirates raiding a ship had some pirates using muskets. This was relatively rare as muskets were more expensive than pistols and blunderbusses and the close range fighting of being on a ship would make them unwielding.
During the scenes of fighting between two Knight armies, one of the Knights was using a Flanged Mace. This Mace would be used in the video game.
In the simulation, this was the first weapon used in the fight against the Maori as well as in a dramatization showing the Monks fighting off bandits. It acts similarly to the whipchain.
Wind and Fire WheelsEdit
Some scenes of testing shows these weapons used as melee weapons and projectiles. Because the Maori had no projectiles, this weapon was not used as it would give the monk an unfair advantage.
A Katana or a similar sword appeared at testing and the beginning of the fight but not used at all. The Aftermath mentions that using the Katana in a gangster fashion is dishonorable, and that it would actully be a hinderance do to making the user a big target.
A switchblade is used in the simulation by another mafioso in place of the Ice Pick.
Brass Knuckles were shown by the experts. It was replaced by the larger and more lethal baseball bat.
In the simulated fight, a member of the Mafia was seen holding a Colt M1911A1 pistol as he was being chased into the elevator by the Yakuza boss.
This was also shown off by the experts, and could be seen on their weapons table. It was replaced in testing by the Ice Pick.
Another weapon shown off on the weapons table, probably discarded because of the need for stealth to be effective. It was later the Short Range weapon of the CIA.
Some scenes showed Wallace using a one handed sword with his targe. It was too short to be his Claymore. This sword is in the Deadliest Warrior: Legends game.
This metal axe was shown to compare with the Zulu Axe.
A knife was being used to simulate a slingshot kill.
The bayonett could be removed and used as a knife.
A normal taser was used on a volunteering intern to demonstrate the effects of being hit by the Taser Shockwave.
The SWAT experts used flash grenades in the hostage rescue simulation test with the LWRC-PSD assault rifle.
A picture of a small Derringer pistol was posted on Jesse James's bio page at Spike.com. It was likely going to be Jesse's special weapon, but dropped for having a range advantage over Al Capone's brass knuckles.
Pump Action ShotgunEdit
In a story recounted by one of the Capone experts, Al Capone beat two of his disloyal gang members with a baseball bat, then finished them off with a pistol shot to the head.
Snub Nose RevolverEdit
Meyer Lansky II was is shown aiming a Snub Nose Revolver during the intro of the experts of the Al Capone team.
The Capone experts are seen multiple times wielding this handgun. Capone is also seen executing a gangster with his Colt M1911.
In the fight, one of the Viet Congs was using a rifle despite the fact that there was no rifle testing on the show.
During one of the flashbacks of the Waffen SS, at least 2 Waffen SS units are using MP40s
Karabiner rifles were seen in the final simulation, though no battle data was gathered for it.
Model 24 grenadeEdit
One scene showing the Nazis in a fight had one of them throw a Model 24 grenade. This was replaced by the bouncing betty.
A revolver was shown being used by one of the experts. Since the Cartel didn't have a signature pistol, the revolver wasn't used in the fight.
Tepoztopilli is a spear with obsidian blades on the tip. The tip is covered in a way similar to the Macuahuitl, the more common weapon for Aztec Jaguars.
A cane gun is seen on the CIA's table but wasn't used, probably for its only single fire capability.
A very short push dagger was shown being used by the KGB to interrogate someone by using force. This same blade is the type of blade inside the shoe knife.
an AKS 74U was seen on the seat of the KGB van,just before the last KGB gets out.Although,he is shown slipping a Scorpion instead of the AKS into his coat.
A plug bayonet was briefly demonstrated by the Musketeer experts during the Flintlock Musket demonstration, as well as being used during the final battle. However, it never made an individual appearance.
Poison Gas GrenadeEdit
A poisonous grenade was shown disabling a Chinese army, making them dizzy and sick. This was replaced by the Mechanical Land Mine, possibly because of the difficulty of testing it safely.
Comanche War ClubEdit
A war club was shown in the montage of weapons training after the commercial break after the War Lance test. This club had a rope attached to it that allowed a Comanche to strangle their opponent like a Garrote Wire.
One of the Navy SEALs experts was shown wielding a shotgun, probably an Ithaca 37 Stakeout.
William The ConquerorEdit
Joan of ArcEdit
Large shields too heavy for melee defense, but allows crossbowmen cover from enemy archers.
Lawrence of Arabia was shown damaging the Hejaz Railway to deceive the Ottomans before the Battle of Aqaba. He used the same TNT in the fight simulation to confuse Teddy.
The garrote was shown in an online video, detailing Cortes' favored method of torturing Aztec natives for information.
Some of Crazy Horse's Lakota had bows but didn't use them. Some believe that these bows were tested but removed from the fight due to ineffectiveness against guns.