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Quantum of Solace
Quantum of Solace is the 22nd entry in the official James Bond film series and the first Bond feature to be a direct sequel to its predecessor (in this case 2006's Casino Royale). In the 2008 film, James Bond (Daniel Craig) investigates the circumstances which led to the death of his love Vesper (Eva Green) and uncovers the existence of a global organization bent on controlling the world's resources. The film's cast included Olga Kurylenko and Mathieu Almaric, and returning from Casino Royale, Judi Dench, Giancarlo Giannini, and Jeffrey Wright. Quantum of Solace was directed by Marc Forster and also marked the return of the Walther PPK as the sidearm of choice for Bond.
The following weapons were used in the film Quantum of Solace:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
James Bond (Daniel Craig) now appears to carry a Walther PPK, which he carries until he loses it while freefalling from a crashing plane. He is later seen using the PPK again to threaten Yusuf at the film's conclusion. Quantum of Solace marks the return of the classic PPK as Bond's primary sidearm, after the character was seen carrying the newer Walther P99 near the end of Tomorrow Never Dies until Casino Royale (2006).
The Carabineri officer who fires at the Alfa Romeo in the car chase scene with a Beretta 92SB. This is correct, because, while the 92FS is standard-issue for the Carabinieri, they still sometimes carry older model Beretta 92 series pistols. The corrupt Bolivian policemen hired by Dominic Greene draw Beretta 92SB pistols when they pull over Bond and Camille's Range Rover and discover a beaten Rene Mathis in the back of the truck.
Mr. White's sleeper agent, Craig Mitchell (Glenn Foster), uses a SIG-Sauer P226 as his sidearm. He draws it while in Siena to shoot one of M's bodyguards and then fires on Bond and M before running off. He uses this gun for the duration of the Siena chase scene. Later in the movie, Bond is seen taking a P226 from another agent during an escape from his arrest in the hotel lift in Bolivia. He then uses it to raid the Perla de las Dunas, ultimately losing the weapon when Dominic Greene attacks him as the hotel burns.
Smith & Wesson Model M&P 360
Bond discovers a Smith & Wesson Model M&P 360 when he opens Edmund Slate's briefcase in front of Camille.
Colt Double Eagle
During the Tosca opera, performers are seen using blank-firing Colt Double Eagle Officer's Model pistols. The serrations on the slide give it away as an Umarex made blank firing replica. They are straight up and down, and not tilted.
The Glock 17 is used by Greene's bodyguards as they pursue Bond during the Tosca performance. A corrupt member of Special Branch guarding Guy Haines (a member of the British Government working for Quantum) also carries a Glock. Two of his henchmen also fire at Bond with Glocks at the Perla De Las Dunas hotel.
A Taurus PT92 is used by both Elvis (Anatole Taubman) and Greene's driver (played by director Marc Foster's classmate and personal close friend Carl Malaise).
Rohrbaugh R9s Stealth
The pistol that Camille (Olga Kurylenko) uses appears to be a Rohrbaugh R9S Stealth (the 'S' model indicates that it is the version with sights, the black finish on the slide means that it is the 'Stealth' edition). She first draws it on Bond (Daniel Craig) when he discovers that the man he was impersonating was sent to kill her, firing a shot that misses him, but forces him out of her car. She then uses it during the hotel shootout.
A Daily Mail article quotes Olga Kurylenko as saying: "I’d have preferred a bigger gun but Camille wears short skirts, so I couldn’t have a huge weapon or you’d see it poking out. I spent a lot of time training. There’s a scene where I strip down a gun, so they made me do it 500 times. By the end I could strip it in eight seconds and put it back together in 11."
Bond acquires a SIG P210 with gold inlayed engraving. Bond gets it from General Medrano's room when he tries to rescue Camille. Seeing that Camille is paralyzed with fear from the fire that has engulfed the room, Bond prepares to kill Camille with it to put her out of her misery, but then uses it to aid their escape when Bond sees a hydrogen fuel cell that he blows up to create a route out. This SIG is actually a special edition of the SIG 210 commemorating 50 years of P49 service in the Swiss army (1949-1999), limited to only 500 being made.
Heckler & Koch UMP-9
The Heckler & Koch UMP-9 chambered for 9x19mm (as indicated by the curved "banana" style magazine) is the first weapon Bond uses in the film. Presumably, this is the same weapon (which was seen fitted with a suppressor) Bond uses to wound Mr. White at the end of Casino Royale. James Bond (Daniel Craig) uses the UMP (this time unsuppressed) during the pre-titles car chase to dispatch the last of Mr. White's gunmen and evade capture. The suppressed version of the Heckler & Koch UMP-9 is seen held by Daniel Craig in promotional material for the film, but is not seen suppressed in the film.
Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDW
General Medrano's men carry Heckler & Koch MP5K-PDWs during the boat chase. CIA officers are also seen using suppressed versions. The stocks of these MP5K's appear to be UMP-style instead of the PDW folding stock.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3
Members of the CIA Special Activities Division are seen armed with Heckler & Koch MP5A3s when trying to apprehend Bond in Bolivia.
Dock guards in Haiti carry the Uzi submachine gun. This is an original full size model, judging by the stock and handgrips, although curiously the Uzi that the gate guard is carrying lacks the folding stock.
Heckler & Koch G36C
The gunner in the first Alfa Romeo sedan during the pre-title Aston Martin chase uses a Heckler & Koch G36C assault rifle, scoring several ineffective hits on Bond's DBS and a more damaging shot on a box truck's tires. Many of Greene's henchman can be seen with a G36C during the boat chase scene.
SIG SG 542
During the boat chase in Haiti, one of General Medrano's men uses a SIG SG 542 assault rifle. When Bond smashes into their boat with his own, the gunner is seen either clearing a jam or attempting to reload the rifle and is unable to get it operational again before Bond makes a second pass and destroys the boat's outboard engine. A Bolivian soldier guarding the Perla Duna hotel garage is briefly seen with an SIG SG 542 slung over his shoulder.
A resin prop version of the SIG SG 542 is carried by a guard struck by the vehicle at the Perla Duna.
Colt Model 933
The CIA Special Activities Division Team in Bolivia also use Colt Model 933 carbines when trying to catch Bond.
Steyr AUG A3
A Special Activities Division member is briefly seen armed with what appears to be a Steyr AUG A3.
FN Minimi Paratrooper
An FN Minimi (Paratrooper model with retractable stock) is used by the gunner in the second Alfa Romeo chasing Bond in Siena, Italy. He also uses it to dispatch a Carabinieri SUV that took up pursuit behind them.
M60E3 Machine Gun
An M60E3 machine gun is used by a helicopter door gunner.
The traditional gunbarrel sequence returns for Daniel Craig's Bond, but this time seen during the film's end credits.