London, South Kensington
5 December 2006
Tomorrow Never Dies, 1997
A Walther P99 PAK handgun, serial number B6515945 and corresoponding silencer
with hardshell carrying case, labelled Blank Firing P99 -- used by Pierce Brosnan as James Bond;
accompanied by a Certificate of De-Activation; a letter from BAPTY confirming the provenance; a COA from Prop Store of London; and a colour reproduction of a corresponding still (7)
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Bond uses the P99 with a silencer in the final scenes on board the stealth boat after he has detonated the grenade and as Carver is desperately trying to launch his missile at Beijing.
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