I'd rather they spend their money building up their distribution network, or at least injecting product into it...You're kidding me, right? You mean WaltherAmerica actually did some real advertising?
Some of that may depend upon how much Walther would be willing to spend for placement in a movie. Inserting products into movies or TV shows is a bigger business now than it was 25 years ago. It will continue to grow.does that mean the pps will be the new bond gun?
I think that you're probably right. But, had the P99C existed at the time they might have gone with it instead. With the optional use of extended mags it arguably offers the more sensible choice with greater concealability and the same firepower.I think Walther would be better off maintaining the P99 in the movies. The general public is starting to identify Bond with the P99. I'm not sure Walther would want to tamper with the success of the P99 in the Bond movies.