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James Bondspistol med metall mantel. Pistolen drivs med fjäder så du behöver bara kulor och skyddsglasögon för att börja skjuta. Pistolen laddas genom att metall manteln dras bakåt och sedan släpps fram igen.
ITEM 007-PPK007 out of stock
Pris: Kr 998:- Euro 99
PPK. 7.65 mm, with a delivery like a brick through a plate glass window.
Takes a Brausch silencer with very little reduction in muzzle velocity.
The American CIA swear by them."
- Major Boothroyd to 007, Dr. No
Ammunition for P99 and PPK
Pris Kr 69:- 7 euro
Walther PPK 7,65 mm out of stock
(Dr. No - Tomorrow Never Dies) and QUANTUM OF SOLACE
Gadget: Walther PPK
Bond's classic gun, the Walther PPK is introduced in Dr. No when 007's Beretta is replaced by Major Boothroyd, the armourer of the secret service, after a nasty incident when it jammed. Ever since, it has become legendary as the weapon of a secret agent. It's small size with a flat design make it ideal for concealment and the 7.65mm calibre with a 6 round magazine pack a powerful punch. The PPK was introduced in the early 1930's and was initially marketed as a pistol for the German "Criminal Police" (undercover detectives). Ian Fleming chose it as Bond's weapon after consulting with a weapons expert named Boothroyd.
The Walter PPK has been Bond's weapon of choice since the Dr No mission. However Bond had previously been using a Berretta, which was not up to MI6 standards. The PPK has saved Bond's life on a countless number of occasions.
The first victim to the PPK, and Bond's trigger finger was
Professor Dent during the Dr No mission who was shot twice also using
the silencer. Bond's PPK has not left his side for seventeen missions,
it has been replaced a number of times as it was lost or damaged.
(Tomorrow Never Dies- QUANTUM OF SOLACE)
Gadget: Walther P99
The Walther P99 is a powerful and formidable weapon, but is light and compact enough to be adequately concealed. The polymer-made P99 carries 16 rounds of 9mm ammunition within a surprisingly slim grip.
The grip is the most unique feature of the P99, and was designed by the world famous Olympic pistol grip maker Moroni of Italy. The ergonomic grip can be modified with interchangeable parts to fit any agent's hand size. The finish is matte black, and all metal surfaces have a corrosion-resistance Tenifer surface.
The P99 is fast becoming the most sought-after handgun around.
SOFT AIR GUN - WALTHER PPK 7,65mm
Pris Kr: 998:- 99 euro.
6 mm BB plastkulor, köps under fliken Ammunition.
Alla 6mm BB kulor passar oavsett vikt.
Softair guns säljs endast till personer över 18 år
SOFT AIR GUN -
WALTHER PPK 7,65mm
Pris Kr: 998:- 99 euro.
|A new extended trailer of Daniel Craig’s next outing as
James Bond has surfaced and we’re even given a snippet of some of the
new toys 007 will be using on behalf of Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
Skyfall will see us introduced to a new Q, played by Ben Whishaw - most recently seen as Richard II in the BBC's The Hollow Crown - who we see handing Bond a Walther PPK/S 9mm short. But this is no run-of-the-mill firearm: James Bond is the only one who can use the gun on account of it being coded to his palm prints.
The trailer also sees M, played again by Dame Judi Dench, chastised for losing a drive containing the names of every agent embedded in a terrorist organisation throughout the world.
Whether this was on account of M carelessly leaving it on the number 207 bus we don’t know, but it does end up on YouTube, naturally.
Skyfall is due for general release at cinemas across the UK from 26 October.
James Bond a Walther PPK/S 9mm