The Best of Bond weapon’s continues!
The 1911 is easily recognized in 1962’s Dr. No and marked the first time 007 came face-to-face with Ole’ Slabsides. .45 ACP is a powerful round designed to end a conflict with a single shot. Always a classic, the M1911A1 sets the standard for all modern semi-auto handguns.
Ingram’s MAC-10 is simply, ugly and authoritative. Originally wielded by the hitman Jaws in 1979’s Moonraker, Bond gets his hands on the MAC-10 in 2002’s Die Another Day. Chambered in 9mm and .45 ACP, a proven supplier of flying lead since 1964.
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