What gun did Pierce Brosnan use in James Bond?

Walther P99
Julien’s Auctions in April 2021 offers an original screen-used hero Walther P99 semi-automatic 9mm (P.A.K.) pistol, serial number B8041837, used by Pierce Brosnan in his role as the iconic James Bond character in Tomorrow Never Dies (1997).

What caliber is James Bond Walther PPK?

380 ACP
Walther PPK/s Specs

TYPE DA/SA semi-auto
OAL/HEIGHT/WIDTH 6.1/4.3/1.1 in

What type of gun is a Walther PPK?

The Walther PPK is a blowback-operated pistol with a fixed barrel, usually of all-steel construction. A few aluminum-framed PP pistols were built in Germany before the war, and stainless steel versions has been manufactured in the USA under Walther’s licence since the mid-1980s.

Why does James Bond still use a Walther PPK?

In the following novels Bond uses both guns: the PPK for undercover work as it is smaller and easier to conceal while he used the P99 for jobs that did not require concealment.

What replaced the Walther PPK?

Brosnan’s characterization was part Connery and part Moore, a mix that made him the second most successful actor to portray 007 in a total of four films, the last of which carried Bond into the 21st century in 2002’s Die Another Day. By then the venerable PPK had been replaced by a Walther P99.

Is Walther PPK still made?

The PP and the PPK were among the world’s first successful double action semi-automatic pistols. They are still manufactured by Walther and have been widely copied….

Walther PP
Produced 1929–present
Variants See Variants
Mass 675 g (23.8 oz) (.22 LR) 660 g (23 oz) (.32 ACP) 665 g (23.5 oz) (.380 ACP)

Is there a Walther PPK in 9mm?

After a long hiatus, Walther is once again manufacturing its legendary PPK model pistols – but now they are “made in USA” and marked accordingly with . 380 ACP instead of ”9 mm Kurz”….Walther PPK and Walther PPK/S specs and prices.

Model: Walther PPK/S Walther PPK
Caliber: .380 ACP (9mm Short) .380 ACP (9mm Short)
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