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Encyclopedia > Golden Gun

The Golden Gun is a customized pistol that is seen in the James Bond 007 movie The Man with the Golden Gun and several other James Bond 007 video games. 2003 Penguin Books paperback edition The Man with the Golden Gun is a James Bond novel by Ian Fleming that was first published in 1965. ...


The Golden Gun

When Francisco Scaramanga became an assassin, he used his vast riches to contract a gun company to create a gun that could fire specialized bullets that would kill with one shot, and could be disassembled to get by security. Thus, the Golden Gun was born. It was made out of solid gold, and used custom built 4.2 caliber bullets that killed with one shot. It could be disassembled into a gold cigarette lighter, gold pen, gold cuff link, and a gold cigarette case. Francisco Scaramanga is a fictional character in the James Bond film and novel The Man with the Golden Gun. ...


The Uses of the Golden Gun

Scaramanga used the Golden Gun in numerous assassinations of officials, political enemies, gangsters, and a 00-agent, Bill Fairbanks (002). A 4.2 caliber golden bullet with James Bond 00 number was sent to Bond himself by Nick Nack, Scaramanga's pint-sized bodyguard. This led Bond to surmise an assassination attempt on Bond's life. Scaramanga later used the Golden Gun to kill British scientist Gibson and Scaramanga's employer, Hai-Fat. But, when Scaramanga is killed, and the island is destroyed, the Golden Gun is also presumably destroyed. Nick Nack is a fictional character in the James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun. ...


Appearances of the Golden Gun

The Golden Gun is first seen in the movie The Man with the Golden Gun, and would later be seen in the multi-player modes of the video games The World is Not Enough, Agent Under Fire, Nightfire, and GoldenEye: Rogue Agent. 2003 Penguin Books paperback edition The Man with the Golden Gun is a James Bond novel by Ian Fleming that was first published in 1965. ... This article is for the video game The World Is Not Enough, for the film see The World Is Not Enough. ... Agent Under Fire is a first-person shooter video game based on the James Bond licence. ... Nightfire is a first-person shooter video game based on Ian Flemings British secret agent James Bond. ... GoldenEye: Rogue Agent is a first-person shooter video game from Electronic Arts using the James Bond license. ...


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The Man with the Golden Gun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2374 words)
By retrieving a golden bullet used to assassinate another 'Double-0 agent' sometime previously, Agent 007 is led to the man responsible for supplying Scaramanga with his unusual golden ammunition.
The idea of a 'golden gun' was also referenced in the video game Total Overdose, where the player can use a special move that equips the character with a golden revolver, which automatically hits whoever you are targeting and is also an instant kill.
This could be a nod to the weapon that Scaramanga uses in the original novel, or a reference to the golden gun brandished by Auric Goldfinger during the climax of Goldfinger.
Armalite AR-17 Golden Gun - THR (1003 words)
There is a Lyman-style choke tube assembly at the muzzle and the gun came with three choke-tubes originally.
On the positive side, this is a collector’s gun, after all, and only worth what I paid for it because of that value.
Since the weight is not distributed in the barrel, the gun has a center of balance right at the rear of the bolt carrier where you can see the firing pin retaining pin hole there.
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