A Russian PKM machine gun from Martin Campbell’s 1995 Bond film Goldeneye.
This gun and others like it were made for the production and one can be seen being carried in the opening scenes of the film, as Bond (Pierce Brosnan) is escaping from the Russian military base. The gun is made of hardened rubber with a metal armature. It is hand painted to look like metal with a wooden grip, stock and handle. A metal bullet is adhered to one side for some authenticity.
The weapon has some wear from production use and age, including scuffs and scratches. The rubber has cracked and broken in a couple of places, most notably at the tip and on the underside of the barrel. Some of the paint has worn away in places, but overall it remains in an excellent condition.
Materials: Rubber, Ferrous Metals.
Ownership of this imitation firearm is restricted for UK residents to registered re-enactors, galleries or individuals in film, television or theatre production. Please enquire for further details. It is solely the buyer’s responsibility to check, prior to ordering, the legal status of this prop within their own country and its importation therein.
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.