Originally Posted by roguespy007
Point well taken. I even saw where MI6 is trying to hire new agents. They said they don't want people to think that they will be like James Bond or anything from the movies. That it's not much like that.
But I guess my thing is let's say it was like that, if being a spy in the 60's would have been like something out of a Bond film or one of the other spy movies of that era, what would have been your weapon of choice in my question.
A stolen .22 LR revolver that would be sunk a few minutes after use.
Otherwise Pistol said it all.
Never say die!
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