Talk:You Only Live Twice
Any idea of the handguns the security guards use when Bond is brought to Osato's headquarters while pretending to be Henderson's assassin? --Jackbel 02:31, 20 December 2010 (UTC)
Colt New Service
Is this Colt New Service missing the ejection rod or is it just me? --Funkychinaman 12:12, 13 October 2011 (CDT)
It is missing the ejector rod knob. I had to replace the knob on one of my New Services;in fact Lock-tite was needed as the threads were stripped. You've got a good eye. All the times I've watched YOLT,including the theatrical release,I never noticed that.
Unidentified submachine guns
Firs ones looks like some sort of Sten submachine guns.
Second ones are MP40s.
First one looks like a Thompson M1921A submachine gun.
Second one looks like a Thompson M1921AC or M1928 loaded with a 20-round magazine.
In the same picture the ninja second from the left seems to have a Thompson M1A1.
Fourth one looks like a Thompson M1928A1 submachine gun.
In the scene where Bond is waiting for his first meeting with Osato (when Osato is arriving by helicopter), he's being monitored from a device in the ceiling which provides a remote operator with a video feed and--surprise!--a C96 mounted upside down. It's a very brief clip with terrible lighting, but the profile of that broomhandle is unmistakable. Plus, the gun is definitely the focus of the clip. I'll have to buy a copy of the movie this weekend to get a screencap that doesn't have a network bug watermark on it. --User:King Rhoton 0:30, 13 March 2013 (PDT)
Unknown SMG, possibly MAT-49
Hey all! I've added an entry for unknown SMG. I believe its a MAT-49 but I'm not 100% sure. Note the sling is attached very far forward of the weapon near the muzzle, just like a MAT-49.
Sten Mk.III rather than Sterling?
In this scene below a Ninja is killed with what is described in the article as a Sterling.
The magazine is straight however, and the sterling uses curved magazines. The weapon might be a Sten Mk.III: