Gold Bullets Handcrafted by specialty munitions manufacturer Lazar, these are 4.2mm (an unusual size, slightly smaller than a .17 ACP) and made of 23-karat gold. The city was the site of conflict between supporters of segregation and civil rights activists. In a 1991 article, Cross described the heightened racial tensions that he experienced upon arriving in Birmingham. Cyanide cigarette Used by the ‘chauffeur’ who picks Bond up from the airport as a means of suicide, after Bond attempts to interrogate him. Bowler hat Oddjob, Goldfinger’s henchman, uses a special bowler hat with a metal ring inside the brim as a throwing weapon. But Schenkel was only wounded and managed to set off the alarm bells, prompting Hume to run out, pursued by onlookers. As he ran down a series of alleys he finally reached the embankment, turned around and fired at the encroaching crowd. This is also the biggest beam-generating weapon in the films.
Grappling suspenders In the last leg of Bond’s elevator-top ride to Willard Whyte’s suite, Bond uses the grappling cord built into his suspenders. The following morning Hume arranged for a decorator to come to the flat. The HAMILTON-T1 includes Hamilton Medical’s standardized Ventilation Cockpit user interface and the unique intelligent ventilation mode, Adaptive Support Ventilation® (ASV®). Rickshaw Defence Mechanism This was used to knock out an enemy. A button is pressed, and an upper part of a bike-based rickshaw, which appears to be parked, ejects, knocking out the target. Bond grabs these recently cut live wire cables and electrifies the bar gates in which Oddjob’s Hat is stuck.
Also contains various controls for his racetrack and various other materials at his estate. Whatever the reason, the worst thing Setty could have done was strike out at Humes beloved dog Tony. Bulletproof Glass in Taxi used by one of Kananga’s henchmen to prevent Bond and the recently defected Solitaire from escaping.