The company not only built props for 007, but also built submachine guns for real agents.

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 The company not only built props for 007, but also built submachine guns for real agents.


Reference News Network reported on May 8th, US media said that the company that made the James Bond pistol also made an assault rifle. The United States national interest magazine website published an article entitled production James Bond pistol company also produced a type of assault rifle in February 19th. The Carle Walter Incs most famous product was a 007 James Bond pistol, which made a series of practical use of secret agents during the cold war. Submachine gunu3002 The article is abstracted as follows: Although the most famous product of Carle Walter Inc in literary works is the PPK pistol used by James Bond, the Walter Inc actually produces a series of assault rifles, a weapon used by real secret agents during the cold war. Because of its small size, convenient use, accurate hit, and light weight, the Walter rifle series is also a weapon used by a large number of police agencies, special forces and counter-terrorism teams during the cold war. But why did Walter Incs submachine gun become the best weapon at that time? And why was it replaced by the later gun? It also has other ergonomics improvements, such as the switch / insurance (including semi-automatic) that can be started with the thumb and a left handle on the left, and the user can easily pull the trigger. The target is simple and full, with a remote firing aperture sight and a close range firing sight. The striking features of the Walter rifle include: a simple and sturdy folding gun, a light and controllable launch speed (550 hair per minute), and the lighter weight of the gun itself. These features make Walter submachine gun particularly popular with secret police and military forces around the world. In 1970s, in the rescue of Iran hostage Hawks claw action and the army training, the delta Special Operations force used the Walter rifle. Other forces involved in the raid tried to infiltrate the Alfa combat team that entered Iran before the helicopter was struck - and the Walter rifle was used. Alfas combat team, in the cold war army, was very receptive to the actual James Bond in the field, with field operations, direct action and reconnaissance skills. Members of the group often wear plainclothes operations to help police hunt down criminals who cross the border of Berlin. Once war broke out, they managed to infiltrate East Berlin, probably through underground tunnels full of water. When carrying out such a task, the submachine gun is the most appropriate weapon. During the cold war, German naval forces with similar tasks also used Walter submachine guns. The same is true of the German police force, especially during the hostage crisis in Munich in 1972. Although Walters submachine gun has not been a great success in the export market, it is very popular in Republic of South Africa. Although almost all of these troops and agencies have replaced Walter submachine guns, they still have some advantages. Alfa, a veteran of the combat team, believes that Walters submachine gun is more reliable in the environment of dirt and dust. However, the new submachine gun has more advantages in accuracy, and may benefit from closed bolt design. Finally, the new submachine gun is very similar to Walters submachine gun in many design details. In 1980, the Walter rifle was completely shut down. The source of this article: Reference News Editor: Ji Xue Ying _NN6784 Members of the group often wear plainclothes operations to help police hunt down criminals who cross the border of Berlin. Once war broke out, they managed to infiltrate East Berlin, probably through underground tunnels full of water. When carrying out such a task, the submachine gun is the most appropriate weapon. During the cold war, German naval forces with similar tasks also used Walter submachine guns. The same is true of the German police force, especially during the hostage crisis in Munich in 1972. Although Walters submachine gun has not been a great success in the export market, it is very popular in Republic of South Africa. Although almost all of these troops and agencies have replaced Walter submachine guns, they still have some advantages. Alfa, a veteran of the combat team, believes that Walters submachine gun is more reliable in the environment of dirt and dust. However, the new submachine gun has more advantages in accuracy, and may benefit from closed bolt design. Finally, the new submachine gun is very similar to Walters submachine gun in many design details. In 1980, the Walter rifle was completely shut down.