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This page displays all the handguns used by Bond, his allies, and his enemies in the films.—guns of the mundane variety (e.g. the PPK) through those over-the-top guns that could ONLY appear in a Bond film (e.g. Scaramanga's iconic Golden Gun). If you wish to to the guns for the novels, visit our Guns from novel page.
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|Walther P38(featured inFrom Russia With LoveandGoldfinger)|
Not actually used by Bond in From Russia With Love and used only once in Goldfinger when Bond is trying to escape from Auric Enterprises in his DB5, the Walther P38 is one of the unknown Bond guns. The Walther P38 was actually used on the posters for From Russia With Love because the producers had misplaced the Walther PPK so the Walther P38 (Air Pistol Version) took it's place. The Walther P38 is a 9mm pistol developed by Carl Walther during WW2 for the Nazis. The weight of the gun is 800g and its barrel length is 125mm. The cartridge of the gun holds 8 bullets.
|Sean Connery posing with a Walther LP 53 air pistol|
|Smith and Wesson Super Magnum(featured inGoldfingerandYou Only Live Twice)|
This gun was used by Auric Goldfinger in the battle between his army and the US MP at Fort Knox. It was plated in gold, making it the first apperance of a Golden Gun in the series. Blofeld uses a normal one to kill Osato and also tries to get rid of Bond with it in You Only Live Twice.
The P5 apears in the film Octopussy as Bonds side arm, this was reportedly due to Walther wanting to promote a newer pistol. In the film Bond covers this by stating that he misplaced his PPK. The P5 was developed for the West German Police Pistol Trials and was purchased by them following these trials. The P5 would have given Bond a bit more stopping power as it was for chamberd the 9mm Parebellum round. Although closer to a P38 in design the P5 did keep an air of the PPK about it. Unusualy this gun ejected its spent rounds to the left.
The Walther P99 holds up to 16 bullets (9mm) while the PPK only holds seven, but the P99 is bigger than the slim PPK so 007 had to tailor his suits to fit the P99. This is a full size police/military side arm.
First used in "Tomorrow Never Dies". Bond obtains the new Walther thanks to the armory of Wai Lin.
|P99 (stainless slide)||P99|
|Grappling Hook Gun: (featured in Diamonds are Forever)|
Bond uses this device to move from the top of an external elevator to the penthouse of The Whyte House Casino and Hotel. This gun was actually fitted with a piton-hook that supported Sean Connery's weight as the stunt was actually performed by Connery (at Pinewood Studios, of course). Amazing!
|FN Model 1910: (featured in Dr. No)|
Used by Bond in Dr. No to eliminate Prof. Dent. Bond equipped his with a silencer. It is rumored that this gun was used in place of Bond's PPK in one scene because the propmaster for the film could not fit the silencer to the PPK. However, it is possible that Bond simply found the gun in Miss Taro's house and made use of it instead of his own pistol.
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