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Skyfall is the 23rd entry in the official James Bond film series and marked the 50th anniversary of the premiere of Dr. No, the first feature film in the EON-produced series. Daniel Craig returns for the third time as Agent 007, who upon his return from what appeared to be his demise on a previous mission, is given the assignment of tracking down a cyberterrorist who threatens to reveal the identities of deep cover agents. The 2012 film was directed by Sam Mendes, who previously directed Craig in Road to Perdition. The cast includes Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, and Naomie Harris in addition to Judi Dench, returning for her seventh outing in the role of M.
The following weapons were used in the film Skyfall:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
James Bond (Daniel Craig) carries the Walther PPK as his sidearm in the film. Field Agent Eve (Naomie Harris) also uses a PPK during the film's opening chase. Bond started carrying the Walther PP in Dr. No and the Walther PPK in From Russia With Love. He has carried the Walther PPK in every movie since then, not including a brief change during Octopussy when he carried a Walther P5. During the final act of Tomorrow Never Dies, Bond switches his sidearm to the Walther P99 and retains it as his sidearm through the next three movies in the series, The World Is Not Enough , Die Another Day and the reboot Casino Royale (2006). However, since Quantum of Solace, Bond appears to have switched back to the PPK. When Q (Ben Whishaw) issues Bond his new pistol, he refers to it as a "Walther PPK/S (S standing for "Signature"), nine-millimeter short" and states that the gun is coded to Bond's palm print so that only he could fire it. It is later used by M (Judi Dench) in the finale when Silva's men attack Skyfall Lodge. As M fires the PPK at Silva's men, she remembers how bad of a shot she is.
Walther PPK - 7.65mm Browning aka .32 ACP
Walther PPK with custom grips from Skyfall
Bond fires his PPK at Patrice in the market.
Bond reloads his PPK during a shootout.
Bond fires his Walther PPK at Patrice while on the train.
Bond fires the PPK during firearms qualification. Note that when Bond gets mad because he can no longer shoot and empties his PPK into the target, he fires the pistol 9 times, one more than the capacity of a PPK (although this would be possible with the .22 LR version). The target shows eleven bullet holes, two more than Bond fired and three more then the capacity of a PPK.
Bond inspects his "Walther PPK/S nine-millimeter short" that is fitted with custom grips.
The special indicator on the pistol flashes green, allowing Bond to fire the gun. This kind of security measure was also seen in the film Licence to Kill
Promotional image of James Bond (Daniel Craig
) as he holds the Walther PPK in Shanghai. One might wonder why his palm print gun would still work with his gloves on, but in the film he doesn't actually wear them while holding the pistol.
Bond with the PPK while in Shanghai as seen in the film.
The indicator light flashes red on the Walther PPK when someone else tries to use the pistol on Bond.
Bond with the PPK while taking cover from an explosion in the tube station. Note Bond's trigger discipline.
M fires Bond's PPK at Silva's henchmen at Skyfall.
Raoul Silva/Tiago Rodriguez (Javier Bardem) and several of his henchmen use Glock 17 pistols during the inquiry board shootout while disguised as police officers. Glock 17 is also the standard sidearm of the SCO19 Firearms Officers and armed police officers at the public inquiry attack. Gareth Mallory (Ralph Fiennes) and Eve (Naomie Harris) also use Glock 17s during the inquiry board attack, picked up from fallen police officers. James Bond (Daniel Craig) also uses a Glock 17 on Silva's island, as do several of Silva's henchmen. Patrice (Ola Rapace) uses suppressed Glock 17 in Shanghai.
Glock 17 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Patrice removes the suppressor from his Glock 17 in Shanghai.
However, a non-threaded barrel is shown, which a suppressor wouldn't attach to.
One of Rodriguez's henchmen puts his Glock 17 to Bond's head to dissuade him from using his percussion cap pistol on Rodriguez.
Bond fires the henchman's Glock.
James Bond (Daniel Craig
) takes Rodriguez into custody with a Glock 17 after neutralizing his bodyguards.
Tiago fires his Glock 17 on the board members during the attack on M's public inquiry.
Gareth Mallory (Ralph Fiennes
) fires a Glock 17 that he picked up from a dead police officer and fires at Rodriguez.
Eve (Naomie Harris
) fires the Glock 17 that Bond kicked over to her while protecting the board members during Rodriguez's attack.
Patrice (Ola Rapace) uses a Glock 18 when he engages in a shootout with Bond and Eve in Turkey. This handgun is loaded with "depleted uranium" rounds (rather strange, as DU is usually only used in aircraft and tank rounds. A 9mm DU round would offer little armor piercing capability on account of its low velocity and mass). He initially uses the pistol with a 100-round Beta-C drum magazine, but later switches to extended 33-round ones during the train chase. The Glock in question has a completely enclosed slide and not the cutout version of the 18C.
Glock 18C with a 19 and 31 round magazine - 9x19mm
Patrice fires his Glock 18
, loaded initially with a 100-round Beta-C drum magazine.
Patrice fires the Glock, now loaded with an extended 33-round magazine.
Patrice fires the Glock on full auto (note the multiple shell casings).
This Glock has a completely enclosed slide and not the cutout version of the 18C.
Percussion Cap Ardesa 1871 Dueling Pistols
During a confrontation with James Bond (Daniel Craig) on the island, Former Station H agent Tiago Rodriguez (Javier Bardem) is seen taking out a one of his reproduction Percussion Cap Ardesa 1871 Dueling Pistols and challenges Bond to knock a shot glass off a person's head with it. Silva also is seen holding the pistol.
Percussion Cap Ardesa 1871 Dueling Pistol - .45 inch
During a confrontation with Bond on the island, Rodriguez is seen taking out one of his reproduction Percussion Cap Ardesa 1871 Dueling Pistols.
Bond holds the dueling pistol.
Bond is challenged to fire the pistol.
Tiago holds the pistol while Bond looks on at gunpoint.
Former Station H Agent Tiago Rodriguez (Javier Bardem) carries a Steyr M9-A1 during the climax of the film, given to him by one of his men. M (Judi Dench) is also seen handling Rodriguez's M9-A1 during the climax. A Steyr M9-A1 is also briefly seen being used by Severine's Bodyguard (Roger Yuan) at the Macau casino.
Tiago holds his Steyr on Bond during the climax.
Tiago Rodriguez aims his M9-A1 at Skyfall chapel.
Rodriguez hands his Steyr to M.
A Tokarev TT-33 pistol appears to be the one used to execute an undercover MI6 agent.
Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
M watches a BBC broadcast of the MI6 agent being executed.
Heckler and Koch MP7A1
Two of Silva's henchmen at the abandoned island carry Heckler & Koch MP7A1 submachine guns.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with factory magazine and iron sights - 4.6x30mm
One of Silva's henchmen is armed with an MP7A1.
Assault Rifles & Carbines
Heckler & Koch HK416 D10RS
Raoul Silva's (Javier Bardem) henchmen use Heckler & Koch HK416 assault rifles during the attack on Skyfall Lodge. Two are also used by James Bond (Daniel Craig) after disarming multiple henchmen in the same scene.
Heckler & Koch HK416 D10RS with 10.4 inch barrel - 5.56x45mm NATO
Promotional still of James Bond taking cover, loading a second HK416.
A henchman fires his 416 at Bond.
"You dropped something."
Bond holds an HK416 after killing one of Silva's men.
One of the henchmen searches for M, with his 416 at the ready.
James Bond fires the HK416.
Silouette of Bond with a fresh HK416.
Bond holds the HK416, as he watches the fire. Note how the front sight is damaged, likely from on-set abuse.
James Bond with an HK416.
A good close-up of an HK416 in the hands of one of Silva's henchmen, moments before Bond grabs the rifle.
Heckler & Koch G36C
SCO19 officers from the Metropolitan Police Service carry Heckler & Koch G36C rifles while they patrol Embankment station.
Heckler & Koch G36C - 5.56x45mm
An SCO19 officer from the Metropolitan Police Service is seen holding a Heckler & Koch G36C
rifle while patrolling Embankment station.
Olympic Arms K23B Tactical
Eve (Naomie Harris) uses an Olympic Arms K23B Tactical with a FAB defense "GL-Shock" stock, a smooth match-styled handguard, and a red dot sight during the train chase sequence in Turkey.
Olympic Arms K23B Tactical - 5.56x45mm
Production image of Agent Eve with a Olympic Arms K23B.
Closeup of Eve with the rifle.
MI6 Security Officers stationed at the agency's underground backup headquarters carry M4A1 carbines.
Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm.
An MI6 Security Officer stands guard outside the entrance to the underground headquarters.
MI6 Security Officers stationed at the agency's underground backup headquarters carry M4A1 carbines
When M watches the BBC newscast, one of the terrorists at the execution of MI6 agent is seen Kalashnikov with folding stock, most likely an AKMS.
When M watches the BBC newscast, one of the terrorists at the execution of MI6 agent is seen Kalashnikov with folding stock, most likely an AKMS
Custom Sniper Rifle
Patrice (Ola Rapace) uses a custom bolt action suppressed sniper rifle when assassinating a target in Shanghai. Patrice can be seen working the bolt, but during a fight, the rifle appears to be fired semi-automatically.
Patrice (Ola Rapace
) uses a custom bolt action suppressed sniper rifle in Shanghai.
The sight is flipped and the bolt action is seen.
Closeup of the rifle's bolt action.
The block suppressor is seen.
Despite the bolt action, the rifle appears to be seen firing semi-automatically during a fight. The gunfire and muzzle flash (despite being suppressed) are mostly likely post-production effects.
Double Barreled Express Rifle
Anderson Wheeler 500 NE Double Rifle
During the assault on Skyfall Lodge, James Bond (Daniel Craig) uses his deceased father's Anderson Wheeler Double Rifle chambered in .500 Nitro Express. Anderson Wheeler is a London-based maker of luxury rifles and shotguns whose custom made double rifles are also available in calibers from .375 to .600. Bond's depiction of recoil is akin to that of a nail gun, despite the mammoth cartridge. Bond casually discards it when it runs out of ammunition.
Modern Sidelock Double Rifle - .500 Nitro
The Double Rifle is seen on the right.
The plate with the initials of Bond's father is seen on the rifle.
Bond ejects the shells from the Double Rifle.
Bond holds his father's Double Rifle, as he and M engage in a conversation.
Bond aims and fires the Double Rifle.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
Kincade (Albert Finney), gamekeeper of the Skyfall Estate, carries a 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun. In preparation for impending the attack on Skyfall Lodge, he saws down the barrel to achieve better close-quarters usability.
Charles Parker 1878 Side by Side Shotgun - 12 Gauge. The Parker Gun Company was absorbed into Remington in 1934.
In preparation for the impending attack on Skyfall Lodge, he saws down the barrel to achieve better close-quarters usability.
Kincade blows a round through the door with his newly sawed-off shotgun.
Kincade holds the shotgun as he looks through the window of the Skyfall Lodge.
"Welcome to Scotland!"
Kincade fires the shotgun at Silva's henchmen.
A Browning M2HB heavy machine gun mounted on an Agusta-Westland AW101 helicopter is used by Silva's henchmen to shoot up Skyfall Lodge.
A Browning M2HB
heavy machine gun mounted on an Agusta-Westland AW101 helicopter is used by Silva's henchmen to shoot up Skyfall Lodge.
Aston Martin Machine Guns
Bond utilizes machine guns mounted underneath the lights of his customized DB5 when Silva's men attempt to storm Skyfall Lodge. The machine guns are a homage to the earlier Bond film Goldfinger, where the Aston Martin driven by Bond had the same armaments.
Bond utilizes machine guns mounted underneath the lights of his customized DB5 when Silva's men attempt to storm Skyfall Lodge. While Bond was seen winning a DB5 in Casino Royale (2006)
, the vehicle seen here isn't the same one ('Casino Royale DB5 was left-hand drive, while this one is right-hand drive). This DB5's machine guns and other gadgets are more reminiscent of the car seen in Goldfinger, where the MI6-issued Aston Martin driven by Bond had the same armaments. The license plate as well reads BMT 216A, another reference to Goldfinger.
AN/M14 Incendiary Grenade
Silva tosses several AN/M14 incendiary grenades into Skyfall Lodge during the climax.
AN/M14 incendiary grenade