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Not to my knowledge. Primarily a PPK in .32 after the Beretta .22 or .25 (can't remember which caliber it was) was taken away from him in Dr. No, but he also used a P5 in one or two of the 1970's movies, used a P99 in some of the most recent movies, and has just gone back to a PPK for the latest movie I believe.

I think a P99c AS would be the most appropriate one for him to use now, but that's just me.
 

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I saw him using a P.38 in Goldfinger. It was during the first car chase when he exits the Aston and starts shooting at the bad guys, Odd Job, etc, and right before Jill get out of the Aston to run into the woods, only to be cut down by Odd Jobs hat. Other Walther's I've seen in the movies are the PPK, P5, P99, PP, and WA2000
 

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[b said:
Quote[/b] (P88 @ Nov. 23 2005,22:26)]The Living Daylights
Oh. I haven't seen all of them but I have seen most. Um... Goldfinger, Moonraker, Goldeneye, which is probably my favorite, Tommorrow Never Dies, and one of one of the latests when Bond was captured and betrayed. I didn't like it too much. But, it was ok. What is his latest movie?
 

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Quote[/b] (P88 @ Nov. 24 2005,13:25)]They start filming Casino Royale in January.  Should be out by November 2006.
Yeah I know but, what is latest that has come out on DVD? Who is going to play the new Bond? I think its that guy from Road to Perdition. Not Tom Hanks or the Photographer but Tom Hanks's brother, the one who he kills.
 
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