This was used in two scenes in that movie - once when Q gave it to him and the other when it had to function like Q told him it would. This was a gimmick used just once for a particular scene. After that and before that he has the standard old style PPK.
Was it always like that? I know in the last several Bond flicks it's a thing but in the earlier ones?Is it safe to assume you're talking about the poster with Craig wearing the tactical holster that 2 PPKs would fit in? Product placement has always been a thing with the Bond movies so we'll see soon what gun he uses in the movie.
The gun was called PPK/S but the /S didn't stand for "special" as we know it usually but for "signature" instead. It was a PPK:He's been using an extended tang PPK/S since 'Skyfall'.[/IMG]
Maybe they used a Bersa Thunder for the higher capacity and the ability to fire more than one shot without jamming?It must have been an "enhanced" version of an old style PPK as it was capable of shooting 10 or 11 rounds without reloading. That's usually possible in a movie only. <img src="http://www.waltherforums.com/forum/images/smilies/rolleyes.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)" class="inlineimg" />After that and before that he has the standard old style PPK.
Product placement has always been a thing with the Bond movies.......