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Gadgets Of J Ames Bond Essay

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The Weapons and Gadgets of James Bond

Introduction - Throughout the years, the weapons and gadgets that have come from the hands of the Q Branch, has never turned James Bond down, they are the coolest and are the best in spy paraphernalia.
I.     Bond’s choice of equipment
A.     Walther PPK
B.     Aston Martin DB5
C.     Watches
II.     Comparison to some spy gadgets of the army
A.     Bond’s popular equipment
B.     Military’s popular equipment
III.     As technology continues to grow
A.     Weapons will get better
1.     Equipment from newer movies
a.     Goldeneye
b.     Tomorrow Never Dies
B.     Gadgets of the older movies
C.     Other items of Q’s Lab
IV.     What do we expect of Bond
A.     More high tech weapons and gadgets
B.     A new head for the Q Branch
C.     A lot more excitement
Conclusion - Finally, the weapons and gadgets of James Bond will still continue to astonish the entire world, and it will still do so as many more films are produced in the near future.

“And this I am Especially Proud of”
- Q

     “I think we’ve met.” These were the words of James Bond as he stepped into his talking BMW 750IL during the movie Tomorrow Never Dies. Throughout the years, the weapons and gadgets that have come from the hands of the Q Branch, has never turned James Bond down, they are the coolest and are the best in spy paraphernalia. If someone would try to compare Bond’s gadgets to gadgets of the military, Bond would win ten to one.
     Of course, as technology changed and time passed, the Q Branch developed better equipment, but many of the classic gadgets are still obsolete in a technology driven world we live in today. For example, Bond’s old Aston Martin DB5 can out run a Ferrari 355 F1 Spider that was demonstrated in the movie Goldeneye. (Ultimate James Bond Page http:jmsbond.tripod.com) As the James Bond story continues, the better and better the gadgets will get. The best thing about the gadgets of the Q Branch is that they will always be unique.

Probably the only weapon James Bond will never forget is his trusty handgun. His Walther PPK has stayed by his side since
he was injured when his old berretta jammed during a mission. The PPK stands for Polizei Pistole Kriminal and was made by Waffenfabric Walther of Zella Mehlis. (Blair and Tarassuk 379) It used a 7.2-millimeter bullet and the gun has also been called the Walther PP7. It is enclosed in a strong steel casing and packs a punch like a brick being thrown at a window. Another...

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