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Casino Royale is the 21st entry in the official James Bond film series and marked the debut of Daniel Craig as Agent 007.
The 2006 film, which rebooted the series, follows Bond (recently promoted to "00" status) as he is tasked to participate in a high stakes poker game involving a banker who launders money for terrorist organizations. Casino Royale is the official EON adaptation of Ian Fleming's very first James Bond novel of the same name, which had previously been adapted in a 1967 feature film and a 1954 US television film.
The following weapons were used in the film Casino Royale (2006):
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
The main sidearm of James Bond (Daniel Craig) throughout the whole movie is a 9x19 mm Walther P99. It is seen with and without a suppressor. Both live Walthers and PAK Umarex Walthers were used during production with custom made suppressors. Also seen in the opening credits.
Screen used Walther P99 used by Daniel Craig in Casino Royale (live)
Screen used blank firing P99 with suppressor
Bond decocks and puts away his suppressed P99 in Dryden's office during the film's opening.
Bond draws his P99 from his Vega IB339 IWB holster.
Bond holds his Walther on Mollaka.
Bond and one of the terrorists, Steven Obanno (Isaach De Bankolé) struggle for the suppressed P99.
Bond gives his P99 a brass check after checking to make sure there's ammo in the magazine.
Bond fires a suppressed P99 into the house in Venice.
Rubber Stunt Walther P99
Rubber stunt PPK and Vega holster used in production.
Bond with rubber stunt and Vega holster. The rough action sequences called for a flexible rubber stunt to be used to avoid accidents on set.
James Bond (Daniel Craig) uses a 7.65mm Walther PPK in the pre-title fight sequence with Agent Fisher. After hitting Fisher on the side of the head with the PPK, it spent the rest of the washroom fight sequence on the floor before being retrieved by Bond to complete his first kill and commence Craig's first prologue in the gunbarrel sequence. One of the Ugandan terrorists (Michael Offei) fires a PPK at Bond inside the hotel. Daniel Craig is seen holding a suppressed PPK on the film's cover.
A Ugandan terrorist fires at Bond and Vesper as they retreat into the staircase.
The terrorist runs after Bond and Vesper as the other draws his sword.
Heckler & Koch USP Compact
Section Chief Dryden's underworld contact Agent Fisher (Doud Shah) has a Heckler & Koch USP Compact. The bomb-maker Mollaka (Sébastien Foucan) also uses a USP Compact, firing eight shots before running out of ammunition. It was suggested that Mollaka might be using the .45 ACP model for this reason, however the bore appears too small to be a .45 ACP pistol.
Heckler & Koch USP Compact
Mollaka shoots from the construction site. Note the spent shell mid-flight in front of the beam to the right.
Mollaka (Sébastien Foucan
) pulls the trigger, not knowing his USP Compact was empty. In real life, the slide would lock back to signal that it is empty, but to build the drama and due to willing suspension of disbelief, you aren't supposed to know it's empty until he dry-fires it at Bond.
Dryden (Malcolm Sinclair), the MI6 Section Chief in Prague, uses a Star Ultrastar. Not knowing Bond had already removed the magazine.
Star Ultrastar 9mm with spare magazine
Dryden opening his drawer to get his Star Ultrastar.
Seen in the opening credits, and can be distinguished from a Beretta 92FS by its frame mounted safety.
Smith & Wesson Sigma
One of Le Chiffre's thugs keeps a Smith & Wesson Sigma in his waistband while the money is being loaded into the SUV.
Smith & Wesson Sigma SW9F - 9mm
The thug's Sigma can be seen tucked into his waistband.
Carter (Joseph Millson), another MI6 agent in Nambutu with Bond, draws a SIG-Sauer P228 before beginning to chase Mollaka. A P228 is also seen in the opening credits.
Carter falls into the snake pit while holding his SIG. The rounded trigger guard helps identify it as a P228.
The Nambutu ambassador (Valentine Nonyela) keeps a Browning Hi-Power Mark III in his drawer which Bond takes and uses to dispatch a few enemies. When the ambassador comes down to confront him, Bond engages the safety, then drops it.
Commercial Browning Hi Power Mark III - 9mm
The Browning HP Mark III of the Nambutu ambassador
Bond holds the Browning HP on Mollaka.
Bond engages the Hi-Power's safety before dropping it.
The terrorist Carlos (Claudio Santamaria) uses a 2nd Generation Glock 17 as his sidearm that he takes from the Miami airport security office. He fires it at Bond during the pursuit at Miami Airport. Also used by the Montenegro police.
Generation 2 Glock 17 9mm
Carlos's Glock 17 in the fuel truck's cab
The Glock 17 just before it is picked up and knocked out when Bond is kicked through the truck's door.
The Montenegro police draw Glocks on one of Le Chiffre's men after Mathis hides the dead Ugandan terrorists in his trunk.
Mr. White (Jesper Christensen) uses a suppressed SIG-Sauer P230 pistol near the end of the film.
Blued SIG-Sauer P230 - .380 ACP
Gettler's thugs use SIG-Sauer P226 pistols with suppressors. Also seen in the opening credits.
One of Gettler's thugs aims a suppressed P226.
Another of Gettler's thugs aims a suppressed P226 at Bond before entering the house with Gettler and Vesper.
Jericho 941 F
Gettler (Richard Sammel) uses a two-tone Jericho 941 F (stainless frame and black slide) during his battle against Bond. Also seen in the opening credits.
Jericho 941 F (two tone early model) - 9x19mm
Gettler ducks from Bond's cover with his Jericho 941.
Gettler aims his Jericho 941.
Gettler holds his Jericho 941 inside the falling house.
Heckler & Koch UMP-45
There are two appearances of UMPs in the film, the first seen are the Heckler & Koch UMP-45s seen used by two of Gettler's thugs, both fitted with vertical grips and suppressors, while one of them has an ACOG.
One of Gettler's thugs fires a UMP-45 at Bond.
The other thug fires a UMP-45 from the other window.
Gettler's men fire at Bond with their suppressed Heckler & Koch UMP-45s.
Heckler & Koch UMP-9
James Bond (Daniel Craig) uses a suppressed Heckler & Koch UMP-9 to wound Mr. White's leg towards the end.
Heckler & Koch UMP9 9x19mm with suppressor
Bond with his suppressed UMP-9.
"The name's Bond. James Bond."
Remington 870 shotguns are used by Miami airport police officers when they arrest Bond after mistaking him for a terrorist.
Remington 870 Police Magnum Riot Shotgun - 12 gauge
Miami police officers hold their Remington 870s on Bond while arresting him.
Many of the "freedom fighters" in Uganda in one of the early scenes carry AK rifles and variants.
AKM, Stamped Steel Receiver w/ slant muzzle brake - 7.62x39mm
Norinco Type 56-1 (under-folding stock variant) - 7.62x39mm
Ugandan terrorists holding AKs as Le Chiffre arrives in Uganda. The young boy can be seen with an AKM and the man next to him with an Norinco Type 56-1
AK of second model - 7.62x39mm (note stock mounting bracket)
An AK can be spotted next to one of the briefcases of money.
The guards of the Nambutu Embassy can be seen using what on close examination is determined to be a Romanian SAR-3, a 5.56x45mm AK variant that looks similar to the AK-47.
Soldiers in the Nambutu Embassy shoot at Bond with SAR-3 rifles.
The ambassador walks past a soldier aiming a SAR-3 at Bond.
Colt Law Enforcement Carbine
The police at Miami Airport can be seen using Colt AR-15 Law Enforcement Carbines. They are noted as such instead of M4A1 carbines because they have 16" barrels instead of 14.5" barrels like an M4. This means they were converted to full-auto for the film.
Colt Law Enforcement Carbine (RO6920) - 5.56x45mm
A Miami police officer aims at the tires of the gas tanker.
Another Miami officer fires his Colt LE Carbine.
The same Miami police officer falls back into the car with his Colt Carbine.
Hispano-Suisa M-55 20mm
It shows up in the background of the same scene.