James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) carries a Walther P99 throughout the film, fitted with a suppressor in one scene. In the first half of the pre-credits sequence, Bond is carrying a P99 that is revealed to be a remote stun grenade, triggered by a button hidden in his eyeglasses.
Walther P99 - 9x19mm
Bond's P99 sits on the banker's desk.
"You fail to take into account my... hidden assets."
"Lose the girls, Valentin, we need to talk!"
Bond takes his P99 away from Mr. Bullion.
James Bond points his P99 at Renard.
"Expecting Davidov? He caught a bullet instead of a plane."
Bond threatens Renard.
007 picks up his P99 he was forced to drop earlier.
Bond questions Zukovsky.
James Bond takes cover with his P99 drawn.
Promotional photo showing Brosnan with his P99.
Another - less known - promotional photo of Pierce Brosnan as James Bond.
The Swiss bankers that Bond meets during the precredits sequence in Spain all carry M1911A1s. Bond uses one to try to get information from one of the bankers. Valentin Zukovsky (Robbie Coltrane) fires a M1911A1 during the gunfight in his caviar factory. Many of Renard's men use M1911A1s and Elektra King's Series 70 (taken and used by Bond) turns into a M1911A1 when Bond jumps into the water. This M1911A1 is also a typical "Hollywood" gun, firing about 20-30 rounds despite its 7-8 round capacity.
The actual M1911A1 Pierce Brosnan used in The World Is Not Enough - .45 ACP
Bond holds one of the banker's M1911A1s.
"Let's count to three - you can do that, can't you?"
Elektra watches Zukovsky aim his cane gun after shooting him twice with her Series 70.
Elektra stands with her Series 70 ready to fire.
Due to a continuity error (and a different prop gun - the hammer seems to be blued on this one), Elektra's Series 70 is now decocked.
Bond manages to get Elektra's gun.
Bond aims his Series 70 at Elektra.
"I never miss!" - Despite having just shot Elektra, Bond's Series 70 appears to have not cycled and the hammer is still up.
Bond tucks the Series 70 into his waist before diving down into the water.
Auto Ordnance M1911A1
In the submarine sequence the Series 70 becomes an Auto Ordnance 1911 (see the slanted cocking serrations on the slide), probably due to the change of filming location country. Note the lack of both sights.
Auto Ordnance M1911A1 - .45 ACP.
Bond holds his Auto Ordnance M1911A1 on a submarine terrorist. Note that if the terrorist attempted to disarm him he easily could have, as the hammer is not cocked, so the gun will not fire.
Bond threatens one of Renard's men on the submarine.
The slide on Renard's P228 is locked back as he heads back to the reactor.
Smith & Wesson 669
The Cigar Girl (Maria Grazia Cucinotta) uses a Smith & Wesson 669 after ditching her boat, and uses it to threaten a group of people near the hot air balloon, eventually using it to shoot the fuel tanks. In the extended version, she also shoots one of the balloon's pilots.
Smith & Wesson 669 - 9x19mm
The Cigar Girl orders the crowd to keep away from the balloon as she attempts a getaway.
The Cigar Girl aims her S&W 669 at Bond.
As the Cigar Girl holds her S&W 669 over the edge of the balloon, Pierce Brosnan's obvious stunt double is seen holding on at the other end of the rope.
The Cigar Girl shoots one of the tanks propelling the balloon, prompting Bond to jump off just before the balloon explodes.
Smith & Wesson Model 66
When Bond enters Zukovksy's casino with his X-ray glasses on, he sees several heavily-armed people. One man, a bodyguard, has two large Smith & Wesson revolvers under his coat. Another man (Daz Crawford), who threatens Bond before Bond gets the best of him, carries a Smith & Wesson Model 66 under his left armpit, which Bond gives the bartender in exchange for a "shaken, not stirred" vodka martini.
Smith & Wesson Model 66 with 4" barrel - .357 Magnum
A bodyguard with two large Smith & Wesson revolvers.
Bond knocks down the guard (Daz Crawford), revealing a Smith & Wesson Model 66 revolver in his holster.
Bond takes the Smith & Wesson Model 66 revolver.
Bond hands the Smith & Wesson Model 66 over to the bartender and takes his drink.
Bond also can see that women at the casino are armed with compact pistols.
Two girls with concealed weapons.
Another pistol seen on a woman
The girls with him each have subcompact pistols. The one on the left appears to carry a Walther PPK/S and the one right of her appears to carry the blank-firing replica of the Beretta Jetfire (which has no hammer) or a COP Derringer.
Note: Walther grips do not feature a medallion, instead, the iconic waving banner, and this pistol has two grip screws, where the Walther has only one. The Beretta 950 is an open slide pistol, an ejection port is clearly seen on the pistol on the right, and the grip profile is not a straight line, it is a quarter inch wider at the top. Additionally, both the 950 and the PPK/S feature prominent hammers which do not appear in the photo.
Gabor aims his Ruger KP89 at Bond. He also appears to have an M1911-type handgun in his waistband.
In the brief shootout aboard the submarine, some of Renard's men are armed with Beretta 92FS pistols.
Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
A Turkish police officer has this gun in his holster.
The officer in the center with his handgun.
Heckler & Koch G36K
The Cigar Girl (Maria Grazia Cucinotta) attempts to snipe Bond with a Heckler & Koch G36K fitted with a scope and laser sight, but doesn't score a hit. This is also one of the very first appearances of the rifle in a major motion picture.
"What's his name, our friend from MI6?" - "James Bond." - "One of M's more resorceful tin soldiers."
Heckler & Koch HK21
A heavily modified Heckler & Koch HK21 machine gun is mounted on the speedboat driven by the Cigar Girl (Maria Grazia Cucinotta). She fires it at Bond but the gun is eventually knocked off of its tripod when Bond's boat jumps through it. It has the ergonomic grip from a PSG-1 with other modifications, such as a front handguard/barrel jacket, a large scope, and a muzzle brake.
Heckler & Koch HK21 Machine Gun - 7.62x51mm NATO
The HK21 mounted on the boat.
The HK21 is seen while the boat is moving.
HK21 seen from the other side.
The Cigar Girl fires her HK21 at Bond.
The Cigar Girl stops shooting as Bond comes dangerously close.
Bond's boat crashes through the HK21 mount.
Cobray Street Sweeper
As a last ditch attempt to get rid of Bond, the Cigar Girl (Maria Grazia Cucinotta) opens fire with a Cobray Street Sweeper semi-automatic shotgun. It is not, as previously thought, an Armsel Striker; it lacks the drum advance lever and has a key rather than a knob on the front of the drum. The shotgun is also apparently modified to fire grenades, judging by the massive explosions. She eventually throws it on the deck of her boat.
Cobray Street Sweeper - 12 gauge
The Cigar Girl takes the Cobray out of its compartment.
...and fires her Street Sweeper at Bond.
The Parahawk assassins that attack Bond and Elektra in the Caucus Mountains have Steyr TMP submachine guns. Several other terrorists, including Mr. Bullion (Goldie) use TMPs and Bond (Pierce Brosnan) himself has one for a shot at the caviar factory (although surrounding shots have Bond with his P99, leading to the conclusion that this is a continuity error).
Steyr TMP - 9x19mm
A Parahawk assassin pulls the charging handle on his Steyr TMP.
The assassin opens fire with his TMP.
Another assassin fires his TMP.
One of Renard's men carries a TMP.
Another henchman fires his TMP at Bond.
A henchman shoots one of Zukovsky's men with his TMP.
Bond shortly wields a Steyr TMP at the caviar factory.
Mr. Bullion holds a TMP on Bond. "After you - I insist!"
Another view of Bullion's TMP. The henchman left of Bond also carries a Steyr TMP.
The henchman on the right, and the one on the boat's lower deck both carry TMPs.
Bond and Dr. Jones are marched into captivity.
Renard (Robert Carlyle) and many of his men use the FN P90 throughout the film, notably at the nuclear test site, Zukovksy's factory, and the final shootout. Bond (Pierce Brosnan) uses one briefly during the test site shootout.
FN P90 - 5.7x28mm
Renard opens fire at Colonel Akakievic and his men.
One of Elektra's men fires at Zukovksy in the caviar factory.
One of Elektra's men fires at Bond in the caviar factory.
The henchman on the left carries a P90.
Another henchman with a P90.
Two henchmen armed with P90s.
Elektra orders Bond to be placed on an ancient torture chair.
Production still of Robert Carlyle as Renard.
BTS shot of Pierce Brosnan running with a P90 during filming at Pinewood Studios.
BTS shot shows Robert Carlyle firing a P90 during filming at Pinewood Studios.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
When fleeing the test site, Renard (Robert Carlyle) uses a Heckler & Koch MP5K. One is used by Zukovsky (Robbie Coltrane) when he and his men attack Maiden's Tower near the climax. He notably uses it to kill his treacherous henchman, Bullion. A man in the casino also appears to carry a MP5K.
Heckler & Koch MP5K with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm
The man on the right is armed with a MP5K (!) at the casino.
Renard fires the MP5K while leaving the nuclear base.
One of Elektra's men fires his MP5K at Bond in the caviar factory.
A henchman in the caviar factory gets shot by James Bond.
A henchman holds an H&K MP5K on Bond and Dr. Jones.
Zukovsky fires his MP5K inside Maiden's Tower.
"I'm looking for a submarine - it's big and black, and the driver is a very good friend of mine!"
BTS shot of Robert Carlyle firing a MP5K while filming in Spain, standing in for Kazakhstan.
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with "tropical" (wide) forearm and stock extended - 9x19mm
A MP5A3 can be seen on the right edge.
The following pictures are from a deleted scene between Bond and M outside of the facility.
A BTS shot showing an extra with a MP5A3, while filming at the former Motorola plant in Swindon, UK.
IMI Mini Uzi
Two of Renard´s men fire Mini Uzis at the Russian soldiers.
IMI Mini Uzi - 9x19mm
The men on the left side of the car fire their Mini Uzis.
Zukovksy aims a single shot gun concealed within his cane at one of the manacles in the chair Elektra is using to torture Bond, misleading her to believe that Zukovksy was trying to kill Bond with his last breaths, but was really trying to free him.
Zukovsky pulls back the disguised hammer of his cane gun, which also readies and exposes the trigger.