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James Bond's Walther PPK

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Agent's iconic pistol is newest piece in movie gun exhibit. On today's Curator's Corner, National Firearms Museum Senior Curator Phil Schreier joins John Popp to present the prop Walther PPK used by Timothy Dalton in the films License to Kill and The Living Daylights. The piece is a functioning firearm, although it has been modified to cycle properly while firing blanks. The PPK was originally designed for use by German police, and was later adopted for military use during World War II. Originally aired on 8/20/2009.

Season 11