Krilencu Hideout – Here Bond and Bey take care of Krilencu so there is no other chance Krilencu will get Bey. Bey’s sons are security police, in on the attack. This is a touching scene, and you see how close Bond and Bey are – almost like a Felix Leiter kind of closeness.
When Bey tells Bond, I am already in your debt, Bond replies, “How can a friend be in debt?” It also highlights how much Bond and MI6 agents in the field are assassins. This is a clear-cut assassination – shooting an unarmed nemesis as he tries to escape. A perfect set-up.
The AR7 Rifle
The AR-7 collapsible rifle, that is part of Bond’s briefcase kit, in real life is a small-caliber rifle. Developed by Fairchild Engine and Aircraft Corporation’s ArmaLite Division in 1959, it as designed as a .22 caliber rifle that can fire 8 rounds. Bond’s rifle, was theoretically rechambered for a larger caliber, like. 25 caliber, and for some reason is a single shot. So, assassinating someone with a small-caliber single-shot rifle is questionable, but in this case, Krilencu is climbing out a window and will fall a couple of stories after hit – and because Krilencu is screaming as he is falling, clearly he is not dead yet. The impact is assumed to have killed him. The Krilencu Hideout is no more!
The AR7 really is a survival backpack type of weapon.
We will see this rifle again in the movie, as Bond eludes the helicopter chasing him, and he uses it to shoot one of the henchmen who is about to drop a grenade. We also see it again in Goldfinger, as it is the rifle used by Tilly Masterson who tries to shoot Goldfinger from the hill, and almost hits Bond, and seen again in Bond’s car in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Keep an eye out for t!
The AR-7 is also seen in many other movies and television shows, some related to spy stuff.