The premier of Skyfall is just around the corner and it is hard to imagine any with better weapons than 007. So we thought to take a look at both the tried and true to today master spy arsenal. Here we go:
Of course, the Walther PPK heads the list making its debut in 1962’s Dr. No, and while its sleek, compact design is well known throughout the world, you may not know that today Smith & Wesson is the sole manufacturer of this Bond trademark. When chamber in .380, it is still a police and military favorite.
The Walther P38 made a brief appearance in Goldfinger. No coincidence it is similar to the famous Luger P08, the P38 was design replacement for the Luger. Grandfather of the Beretta 92, this 9mm was the first locked-breech pistol to use a double-action/single-action (DA/SA) trigger.
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