New Purchase Walther PPK/S .380 ACP With Laser Sight James Bond Gun as used in New Bond Movie ‘SPECTRE’, Love It
Thursday, December 04, 2014
New Purchase Walther PPK/S .380 ACP 7+1 with Laser Sight James Bond Gun, love it, got it at the High Noon Gun Store on Bee Ridge Rd Sarasota Fl. The Walther PPK was the weapon of choice for James Bond from the films Dr. No to Tomorrow Never Dies (except Moonraker and Octopussy) and again in Quantum of Solace and SkyFall.
I tried out the Walther PPK/S .380 ACP 7+1 with Laser Sight at High Noon Gun shop on Bee Ridge Rd Sarasota with one hand on the PPK/S and the other on my I-Phone, not the best form, see video above. The Walther PPK/S gun is also mentioned in the Ian Fleming novels from Dr. No to The Man with the Golden Gun. It’s the only gun / gadget that is used by all the Bond actors in all the bond movies. The American CIA swears by them.
Often imitated but never duplicated. The elegant lines of the legendary WALTHER PPK have caught the imagination of the entire world for over 75 years. Developed in 1931, the WALTHER PPK continues to thrill the shooting public, and the legend lives on. The PPK/S with a longer frame for one additional cartridge, 7+1, and the PPK are now produced in the USA under license by Smith & Wesson.
December 4th, 2014…The next James Bond film will have a title that nods to the series’ past: “SPECTRE.” Director Sam Mendes announced the title Thursday, along with the identity of several new cast members and a new version of Bond’s iconic Aston Martin car. SPECTRE was the terrorist organization headed by Ernst Blofeld in early Bond films starting with “Dr. No.” Academy Award-winning Austrian actor Christoph Waltz is joining the cast, while Andrew Scott — Moriarty from BBC series “Sherlock” — will play a government official. Lea Seydoux and Monica Bellucci are the new “Bond girls.” Daniel Craig will play Bond for a fourth time, and Mendes returns as director after 2012’s “Skyfall.”
Specifications and features:
Walther PPK/S semi-automatic handgun
.380 ACP caliber
7 +1 capacity
Firing pin safety
Crimson Trace Laser grips
Stainless steel finish
Fixed red dot front sight
Dovetail red line rear sight
Developed in 1931, the Walther PPK continues to thrill the shooting public and the James Bond legend lives on. The PPK-S, with a longer frame for one additional cartridge, and the PPK are now both produced in the USA. Features of the PPK and PPK-S include a firing pin safety, manual safety with decocking function, double action and single action trigger and extended beaver tail.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com