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adam bussey

I am 007

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just a random thing I did:

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Hmmm, all you need now is a licence to kill

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I am either 007 or a hitman from the game hitman, what do you guys think?

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Good little CQB loadout you got there mate

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Good little CQB loadout you got there mate

just need to make it airsoftable

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belt with a holster or a shoulder holster, you should buy a cheap suit and go all out looking pimp.

i wanna go like that but with just a waist coat and shoulder holster and then a back up on the belt

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i am thinking shoulder holster and glock 19

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A Glock 19? Pah! Get a Walther P99!

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what P99 then?

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either a ppk which is bit small and girly or a P99 bit bigger and more modern looking

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Maruzen P99. Blowback or fixed slide, they're both lovely shooters. (Although the NBB version is marginally more gas-efficient and accurate, and comes with a suppressor). Mag capacity is in the 14-26 rounds, meaning you won't run out quickly.
Downside - it's not exactly small. Sort of between a P229 and P226.

 

The PPK is nice - small, light, easy to carry and conceal - but it's harder to find one that's airsoft-friendly. Most of the ones I've seen (and played with) are crap for games, but nice wall-hangers. Add to that the low magazine capacity, which is usually in single-digit figures means it wouldn't be my first choice.

 

 

Here's mine -

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I'll try and fish out the photos from a recent spy/hitman/bodyguard themed game I was at. Old/cheap suit and a shoulder holster, actually pretty comfortable to play in. Come to think of it, the last 10 games I've played, I've been using nothing but my P99.

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i don't really like the p99 or ppk and would rather invest my money in a glock

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Truth be told, you're probably better off with the Glock. Firstly, you have all manner of companies to pick from (TM, KWA, etc...). Secondly, spare parts and accessories grow on trees. Finally, you can use a Glock in pretty much any loadout.

 

All-around more versatile than a Walther (but no-where near as good to look at).

 

The only exception I'd say is in gas efficiency.

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I am either 007 or a hitman from the game hitman, what do you guys think?

Shave your head and eyebrows then draw a barcode on the base of your head and your done

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so WE G17 or WE G19 or TM G17

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The PPK was only issued once an operative gains the 00 status (that's the licence to kill bit)

 

So a bond impression from casino royal would do as he could carry any side arm he wanted.

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well in the books he doesnt get a PPK till Dr. No, before that he uses a Beretta .25.

Bond uses a PPK in the pre title fight sequence to kill the baddy in the bathroom but after uses a P99

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By liecence to kill I didn't mean the film, mean the 00 designation is his liecence to kill.

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Strictly speaking, if you're doing a Bond loadout, he's used a Glock once. For about 2 minutes, in Skyfall, after nicking it from one of Silva's henchmen. He's used pretty much every other make of handgun for some time, but Glocks have always been the gun for henchmen, cops, soldiers and bad guys (not just in Bond films). They're just bland, there's nothing flashy about them.

 

Books - Originally a a Beretta M1934. Then a Smith & Wesson revolver in Live and Let Die and From Russia With Love. And from Dr No onwards, it's been the PPK. Occasionally a Colt 1911 or Browning Hi-Power has made an appearance.

Some of the new non-Flemming books have him with a PPK for general use/concealed carry, and a P99 for "tactical operations", for when Bond needs firepower. I forget the titles, but 2 of the newer books have Bond using a SIG-Sauer.

 

Films - PPK since day one. Apart from Octopussy, where (to give Walther some free advertising) he has the P5. Tomorrow Never Dies brings in the P99. Casino Royale has Bond using both the PPK and P99. Quantum of Solace has Bond return to the PPK.

 

 

If you're going for the henchman/assassin/undercover cop look, the Glock is fine. It's a generic pistol, not flashy - something cheap and cheerful that you'd expect a security company/police force to buy in bulk. (And the WE Glock is pretty good)

If you're going for the secret agent/spy look, I'd suggest something else. Like a SIG (WE make a great P228), Beretta, H&K or Walther. Look at spies in fiction (TV/movie/book) - very few of them use Glocks. Almost all of them shun Glocks for something a little more interesting.

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Strictly speaking, if you're doing a Bond loadout, he's used a Glock once. For about 2 minutes, in Skyfall, after nicking it from one of Silva's henchmen. He's used pretty much every other make of handgun for some time, but Glocks have always been the gun for henchmen, cops, soldiers and bad guys (not just in Bond films). They're just bland, there's nothing flashy about them.

 

Books - Originally a a Beretta M1934. Then a Smith & Wesson revolver in Live and Let Die and From Russia With Love. And from Dr No onwards, it's been the PPK. Occasionally a Colt 1911 or Browning Hi-Power has made an appearance.

Some of the new non-Flemming books have him with a PPK for general use/concealed carry, and a P99 for "tactical operations", for when Bond needs firepower. I forget the titles, but 2 of the newer books have Bond using a SIG-Sauer.

 

Films - PPK since day one. Apart from Octopussy, where (to give Walther some free advertising) he has the P5. Tomorrow Never Dies brings in the P99. Casino Royale has Bond using both the PPK and P99. Quantum of Solace has Bond return to the PPK.

 

 

If you're going for the henchman/assassin/undercover cop look, the Glock is fine. It's a generic pistol, not flashy - something cheap and cheerful that you'd expect a security company/police force to buy in bulk. (And the WE Glock is pretty good)

If you're going for the secret agent/spy look, I'd suggest something else. Like a SIG (WE make a great P228), Beretta, H&K or Walther. Look at spies in fiction (TV/movie/book) - very few of them use Glocks. Almost all of them shun Glocks for something a little more interesting.

he also uses the P99 in die another day:)

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Lose the hair, get a barcode on the back of your head, bingo!

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But then you have to go buy a WA2000

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Kinda needs a fishtail parkha with a target on the back...

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