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$12,000 Reward for The Great Bond Gun Robbery and 007 The Armoury 20% Discount

22 March, 2023

Three years after the theft of five James Bond guns, the owner offers a £10,000 / $12,000 reward for information leading to the recovery of the stolen weapons. To commemorate three years since the theft, the book 007 The Armoury, which features Wanted posters for the weapons, is available with a 20% discount for a limited time.

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007 The Armoury - An Unofficial Concise Guide Celebrating 60 Years Of James Bond's Weapons On The Silver Screen
photo © Bond Lifestyle

007 The Armoury has been a phenomenal success and received with tremendous enthusiasm. Unfortunately, the book also has a sad side; March 23rd 2023 is the 3rd anniversary of the theft of several original James Bond screen-used guns from the collection of John Reynolds, aka Donk.

Inside the book is the wanted poster you see below.

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Spy Guy Productions would like to offer a $12,000 Reward for information leading to the recovery of the stolen James Bond Guns or hand them into your local Law Enforcement establishment to claim the bounty!

So far only a single piece of one gun has been recovered, and the culprits have not yet been identified.

007 the armourySo that this event not be forgotten, Bond Lifestyle and Spy Guy Productions have partnered to offer a 20% discount on 007 The Armoury (softcover) for one week in hopes that more books in the hands of fans will mean more exposure of the crime and more significant the chance of recovering the guns. 

Order the 007 The Armoury on Amazon 20% OFF

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20% discount starts March 22rd 2023 and ends March 30th 2023


About the burglary

In the evening of March 23rd 2020, a gang broke into a North London property in an attempt to steal the keys to an Aston Martin as used by Daniel Craig in Casino Royale which was parked in the front drive. While turning the property over looking for the car’s keys, they came upon five cased decommissioned firearms belonging to collector and author Mark Hazard, destined for permanent exhibition at The Royal Armouries in Leeds. They stole all five weapons.

The guns include a unique 44 Magnum handgun wielded by Roger Moore as James Bond in Live and Let Die, a Walther PPK used in A View to Kill, a Beretta Cheetah and a Beretta Tomcat pistol used by Halle Berry as Jinx in Die Another Day and a small Llama XVIII Especial pistol also featured in Die Another Day.

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Despite coverage of the theft in the international media only the frame of the Llama XVIII Especial has been recovered.

Mark Hazard and Spy Guy Productions Ltd would like to take the opportunity on this the third anniversary of the theft, to offer a £10,000 / $12,000 reward for information leading to the recovery of the stolen weapons. If you have any information regarding the weapons, contact your local Law Enforcement establishment to claim the bounty or send a message via Spy Guy Productions website.


More resources

Order the 007 The Armoury on Amazon (20% OFF)

Two-part video exploring the collection from which the guns were stolen: 
Watch on YouTube

International news articles about the burglary:

James Bond guns 'worth £100k' stolen in Enfield burglary (BBC)

Guns in 007 movies stolen in burglary (Sky News)

Man with the stolen guns (Daily Mail)

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