World Is Not Enough, The

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The World Is Not Enough
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Cinema poster
Country UKD.jpg UK
USA.jpg United States
Directed by Michael Apted
Release Date 1999
Language English
Studio Danjaq LLC
Distributor Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corporation (MGM)
Main Cast
Character Actor
James Bond Pierce Brosnan
Elektra King Sophie Marceau
Renard Robert Carlyle
Dr. Christmas Jones Denise Richards
Valentin Zukovsky Robbie Coltrane
The Cigar Girl Maria Grazia Cucinotta
Gabor John Seru
M Judi Dench


The World is Not Enough is the 19th entry in the official James Bond film series. The 1999 sequel finds Bond (Pierce Brosnan) investigating an attack on MI6 Headquarters in London and finds himself involved with the daughter of the wealthy businessman who was killed in the incident. The film's cast included Robert Carlyle, Sophie Marceau, Denise Richards and Robbie Coltrane. The film also was one of the first to feature the Heckler & Koch G36K.

The following weapons were used in the film The World Is Not Enough:

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Handguns

Walther P99

James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) carries a Walther P99 throughout the film, fitted with a suppressor in one scene. In the first half of the pre-credits sequence, Bond is carrying a P99 that is revealed to be a remote stun grenade, triggered by a button hidden in his eyeglasses.

Walther P99 - 9x19mm
Bond's P99 sits on the banker's desk.
Bond threatens Mr. Bullion.
Bond questions Renard before he tries to shoot him.
Bond holds his P99 on Renard.
Bond prepares to execute Renard with his suppressed P99.
Bond meets Zukovksy with his P99 pointed at him, causing Zukovksy to ask why he can't just say "Hello" like a normal person.
Bond with his P99 during the caviar factory battle.

M1911A1

The Swiss bankers that Bond meets during the precredits sequence in Spain all carry M1911A1s. Bond uses one to try to get information from one of the bankers. Valentin Zukovsky (Robbie Coltrane) fires a M1911A1 during the gunfight in his caviar factory. Many of Renard's men use M1911A1s and Elektra King's Series 70 (taken and used by Bond) turns into a standard 1911 when Bond jumps into the water. This M1911A1 is also a typical "Hollywood" gun, firing about 20-30 rounds despite its 7-8 round capacity.

The actual M1911A1 Pierce Brosnan used in The World Is Not Enough - .45 ACP
Bond holds one of the bankers' M1911A1s.
One of Renard's men threatens Davidov with a M1911A1 before shooting Dr. Arkoff.
Zukovsky fires his M1911A1 at the men invading his caviar factory.

Auto Ordnance M1911A1

In the submarine sequence the Series 70 becomes an Auto Ordnance 1911 (see the slanted cocking serrations on the slide), probably due to the change of filming location country. Note the lack of both sights.

Auto Ordnance M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
Bond holds his M1911A1 on a submarine terrorist. Note that if the terrorist attempted to disarm him he easily could have, as the hammer is not cocked, so the gun will not fire.
Bond threatens one of Renard's men on the submarine.

Star 30 PK

The Basque police officers who burst into the banker's office appear to be armed with the Star 30 PK pistol.

Star 30 PK Pistol - 9x19mm
Basque police policemen stand with handguns drawn.

Beretta 92FS

In the brief shootout aboard the submarine, some of Renard's men are armed with Beretta 92FS pistols.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
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Ruger KP89

Elektra's bodyguard Gabor (John Seru) carries a Ruger KP89 as his personal sidearm.

Ruger KP89 - 9x19mm
Gabor shoots at the MI6 agents with his Ruger KP89.
Gabor draws his Ruger KP89 on Bond and Dr. Jones. Behind Gabor, two terrorists are armed with a Steyr TMP and Heckler & Koch MP5K. Note that he also appears to have an M1911-type handgun in his waistband.

Colt Mk IV Series 70

Elektra King (Sophie Marceau) is armed with a Colt Mk IV Series 70, which Bond takes from her and shoots her with. He tucks the pistol into his waistband and jumps into the water but when he emerges on the submarine, he has an Auto Ord 1911.

Colt Mk IV Series 70 - .45 ACP
Elektra sets her pistol down next to Captain Nikolai's hat.
Elektra watches Zukovsky aim his cane gun after shooting him twice with her Series 70.
Elektra stands with her Series 70 ready to fire.
Due to a continuity error (and a different prop gun - the hammer seems to be blued on this one), Elektra's M1911A1 is now decocked.
Bond aims his Series 70 at Elektra.
Despite having just shot Elektra, Bond's Series 70 appears to have not cycled and the hammer is still up.
Bond tucks the Series 70 into his waist before diving down into the water.

SIG-Sauer P228

Renard draws a SIG-Sauer P228 on the submarine, dropping it when he heads for the reactor.

SIG-Sauer P228 - 9x19mm
Renard raises his SIG.
The slide on Renard's SIG is locked back as he runs to the reactor.

Glock 17

Some of Renard's men on the submarine carry Glock 17 pistols, firing at Bond during the brief shootout.

Glock 17 - 9x19mm

Smith & Wesson 669

The Cigar Girl (Maria Grazia Cucinotta) uses a Smith & Wesson 669 after ditching her boat, and uses it to threaten a group of people near the hot air balloon, eventually using it to shoot the fuel tanks.

Smith & Wesson 669 - 9x19mm
The Cigar Girl orders the crowd to keep away from the balloon as she attempts a getaway.
The Cigar Girl aims her S&W 669 at Bond.
As the Cigar Girl holds her S&W 669 over the edge of the balloon, Pierce Brosnan's obvious stunt double is seen holding on at the other end of the rope.
The Cigar Girl shoots one of the tanks propelling the balloon, prompting Bond to jump off just before the balloon explodes.

Smith & Wesson Model 66

When Bond enters Zukovksy's casino with his X-ray glasses on, he sees several heavily-armed people. One man, a bodyguard, has two large Smith & Wesson revolvers under his coat. Another man, who threatens Bond before Bond gets the best of him, carries a Smith & Wesson Model 66 under his left armpit, which Bond gives the bartender in exchange for a "shaken, not stirred" vodka martini.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 with 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
A bodyguard with two large Smith & Wesson revolvers.
The guard who threatens Bond has a large revolver under his left armpit. The girls with him each have subcompact pistols.
Bond knocks down the guard, revealing the revolver in his holster.
Bond hands the bartender the man's revolver and takes his drink.


Other Pistols

Bond also can see that other women are armed with compact pistols.

The guard who threatens Bond has a large revolver under his left armpit. The girls with him each have subcompact pistols. The one in the middle appears to carry a Walther PPK/S and the one on right appears to carry the blank-firing replica of the Beretta Jetfire (which has no hammer) or a COP Derringer.

Note: Walther grips do not feature a medallion, instead, the iconic waving banner, and this pistol has two grip screws, where the Walther has only one. The Beretta 950 is an open slide pistol, an ejection port is clearly seen on the pistol on the right, and the grip profile is not a straight line, it is a quarter inch wider at the top. Additionally, both the 950 and the PPK/S feature prominent hammers which do not appear in the photo.

Makarov PM

Several of the Russian soldiers at the Kazakhstan ICBM base have Makarov PM pistols, one of which is commandeered by Bond and fired akimbo with his P99 in one shot.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
A soldier aims his Makarov at Bond.
The soldier tells Bond to get on his knees.
Another soldier fires his Makarov.
James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) fires his Walther P99 (left) and the Makarov (right).

Unidentified Handgun

A Turkish police officer has this gun in his holster.

The officer in the center with his handgun.

Rifles

Heckler & Koch G36K

The Cigar Girl (Maria Grazia Cucinotta) attempts to snipe Bond with a Heckler & Koch G36K fitted with a scope and laser sight, but doesn't score a hit. This is also one of the very first appearances of the rifle in a major motion picture.

Heckler & Koch G36K - 5.56x45mm
The Cigar Girl (Maria Grazia Cucinotta) opens fire with the H&K G36K at Bond outside MI6 headquarters.
The Cigar Girl fires the G36K. This is one of the first appearances of the rifle in a major motion picture.

Heckler & Koch HK21

A heavily modified Heckler & Koch HK21 machine gun is mounted on the speedboat driven by the Cigar Girl (Maria Grazia Cucinotta). She fires it at Bond but the gun is eventually knocked off of its tripod when Bond's boat jumps through it. It has the ergonomic grip and stock from a PSG-1 with other modifications, such as a front handguard/barrel jacket. It also appears to have a muzzle brake.

Heckler & Koch HK21 Machine Gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
The Cigar Girl fires her HK21 at Bond.
Bond's boat crashes through the HK21 mount.

AKS-74U

The Russians at the Kazakhstan ICBM base use AKS-74Us.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
One of Renard's men on the plane carries an AKS-74U.
Colonel Akakievich (Claude-Oliver Rudolph) prepares his AKS-74U when he sees Bond threatening Renard.
Colonel Akakievich aims his AKS-74U at Bond.

AKMS

Police officers in Azerbaijan and soldiers at the ICBM base carry the AKMS, fitted with a AK-74 muzzle brake.

AKMS, stamped steel receiver w/ slant muzzle brake and under-folding stock - 7.62x39mm
Two police officers on the right guard a prisoner while putting him into one of Elektra's Land Rovers.
Two policemen walk behind Bond.
The soldier on left carries his AKMS.
The soldiers on the right carry their AKMS.
The soldier on the far left with his AKMS.
A soldier is shot by Renard.
The AKMS can be seen still in the hands of the dead soldier.

M16A1

Elektra's men at the building site in Azerbaijan have M16A1 assault rifles.

M16A1 with 30-round magazine - 5.56x45mm
Eletra's men aim M16A1s to control the crowd.
A guard next to Elektra´s construction foreman wields a M16.
A guard walks through the scene with his M16.
Another guard with his M16 in the background.
A guards on the left helps the police to arrest revolting villagers.

AKM

Some of the soldiers guarding the ICBM base in Kazakhstan carry the AKM.

AKM, Stamped Steel Receiver w/ slant muzzle brake - 7.62x39mm
The soldier at the lower edge of the image carries an AKM on his back.
A soldier escorts some scientists.
A soldier smokes while he is resting, his AKM is at his leg.

Sniper Rifles

FPK / PSL

Renard (Robert Carlyle) uses a Romanian FPK / PSL Sniper Rifle in a deleted scene.

Romanian FPK/PSL sniper rifle - 7.62x54mm
Renard with the sniper rifle.

Shotguns

Cobray Street Sweeper

As a last ditch attempt to get rid of Bond, the Cigar Girl (Maria Grazia Cucinotta) opens fires with an Cobray Street Sweeper automatic shotgun. It is not, as previously thought, an Armsel Striker; it lacks the drum advance lever and has a key rather than a knob on the front of the drum. The shotgun is also apparently modified to fire grenades, judging by the massive explosions. She eventually throws it on the deck of her boat.

Cobray Street Sweeper - 12 Gauge; the example used has the stock removed.
The Cigar Girl fires her Street Sweeper at Bond.

Submachine Guns

Steyr TMP

The Parahawk assassins that attack Bond and Elektra in the Caucus Mountains have Steyr TMP submachine guns. Several other terrorists, including Mr. Bullion (Goldie) use TMPs and Bond himself has one for a shot at the caviar factory (although surrounding shots have Bond with his P99, leading to the conclusion that this is a continuity error).

Steyr TMP - 9x19mm
A Parahawk assassin pulls the charging handle on his Steyr TMP.
The assassin aims his TMP at Bond.
Another assassin fires his TMP.
One of Renard's men holds his TMP.
One of Renard's men firs his TMP inside the ICBM base.
During the caviar factory shootout, one of Elektra's men jumps from the helicopter to enter the factory.
One of Elektra's men shoots one of Zukovsky's men with his TMP.
James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) with the TMP inside the caviar factory.
Renard's terrorists hold a Steyr TMP and an H&K MP5K on Bond and Dr. Jones.
Bull holds his Steyr on Bond as Gabor aims his Ruger.

FN P90

Renard (Robert Carlyle) and many of his men use the FN P90 throughout the film, notably at the nuclear test site, Zukovksy's factory, and the final shootout. Bond (Pierce Brosnan) uses one briefly during the test site shootout.

FN P90 - 5.7x28mm
Renard picks up a P90.
Renard fires his P90 as Bond advances towards him.
Bond rifles through the pockets of a dead P90-carrying henchman.
Guards at Elektra's estate in Baku are armed with FN P90 submachine guns.
One of Renard's men fires his P90.
One of Elektra's men fires at Zukovksy in the caviar factory.
One of Elektra's men fires at Bond in the caviar factory.
One of Elektra's men is killed by Zukovsky while holding his P90.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

When fleeing the test site, Renard uses a Heckler & Koch MP5K. One is used by Zukovsky when he and his men attack Maiden's Tower near the climax. He notably uses it to kill his treacherous henchman, Bullion.

Heckler & Koch MP5K with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm
Renard fires the MP5K while leaving the nuclear base.
One of Elektra's men in the caviar factory is shot by Bond with his MP5K still in his hands.
Renard's terrorists hold a Steyr TMP and an H&K MP5K on Bond and Dr. Jones.
Zukovsky fires his MP5K inside Maiden's Tower.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

Elektra's men at the oil terminal carry Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine-guns. This picture is a making-of-photo, as it provides the best view.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with "tropical" (wide) forearm and stock extended - 9x19mm

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A MP5 can be seen on the right edge.
The guard in the center carries his MP5A3.
The guard on the left carries his MP5A3.
The guard on the right holds holds his MP5A3.
A guard guards the bodies of dead pipeline-workers.
A guard walks by with his MP5A3.

IMI Mini Uzi

One of Renard´s men fires a Mini Uzi at the soldiers.

IMI Mini Uzi with stock folded - 9x19mm
The man on the left side of the UAZ (Soviet Jeep) fires a Mini Uzi.

Unidentified Submachine Gun

One of Zukovsky's men fires this gun, but is soon killed by Elektra's men.

The weapon is located next to Valentin Zukovsky's head.

Other

Cane Gun

Zukovksy aims a single shot gun concealed within his cane at one of the straps in the chair Elektra is using the torture Bond, misleading her to believe that Zukovksy was trying to kill Bond with his last breaths but was really trying to free him from her.

Zukovsky pulls back the hammer of his cane gun, which also reveals the trigger.
Zukovsky aims at Bond's chair.

See Also

EON Productions Sean Connery Dr. No (1962)  •  From Russia with Love (1963)  •  Goldfinger (1964)  •  Thunderball (1965)  •  You Only Live Twice (1967)  •  Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
George Lazenby On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
Roger Moore Live and Let Die (1973)  •  The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)  •  The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)  •  Moonraker (1979)  •  For Your Eyes Only (1981) Octopussy (1983)  •  A View to a Kill (1985)
Timothy Dalton The Living Daylights (1987)  •  Licence to Kill (1989)
Pierce Brosnan GoldenEye (1995)  •  Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)  •  The World Is Not Enough (1999)  •  Die Another Day (2002)
Daniel Craig Casino Royale (2006)  •  Quantum of Solace (2008)  •  Skyfall (2012)
Non-EON films Barry Nelson Casino Royale (1954)
David Niven Casino Royale (1967)
Sean Connery Never Say Never Again (1983)
GoldenEye 007 (1997)  •  The World Is Not Enough (2000)  •  NightFire (2002)  •
Quantum of Solace (2008)  •  GoldenEye 007 (2010)  •  Blood Stone (2010)  •  007: Legends (2012)


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