Daniel Craig as James Bond MI6 Agent 007, head sculpt provided by Loading Toys. Totally unlike the previous smooth and suave Pierce Brosnan James Bond, Daniel Craig's Bond is like a bulldog in a china shop - he'll break everything just for fun. He's the rough, tough and tumble Bond.
When the first teaser posters came out, I thought he was armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5SD which a much senior Connery (first James Bond) had in the movie "The Rock". Nice departure from the usually small and compact Walter PPK.
On closer inspection, it turns out to be a suppressed version of a Heckler & Koch UMP-9 chambered for the 9x19mm round (as indicated by the curved "banana" style magazine.) James Bond (Daniel Craig) uses this briefly (blink and you'll miss it) during the pre-titles Aston Martin chase to dispatch one of the attackers' cars and evade capture.
So here we have Daniel Craig James Bond armed with a H&K UMP-9, dressed in his best of course!
"The name's Bond, James Bond" only this time, he doesn't say this signature line in the movie
James Bond is equally at ease with the Walter P99 pistol, with silencer/suppressor. Since "Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)", the Walther P99 has been Bond's weapon of choice. Bond's standard issue handgun prior to the P99 was the Walther PPK, a shortened version of the Walter PP ("Police Pistol"- German). The P99 has a capacity of 15 9mm rounds plus 1 chambered for a total of 16 rounds as opposed to the older Walter PPK's magazine capacity of 7 rounds. The PPK's 7.65mm calibre is not as common or as effective as it should be when encountering more hostile and better armed adversaries.
One of the best sculpts of Daniel Craig out there
UPDATE December 11, 2009: Another Daniel Craig headsculpt courtesy of DID and kitbashed as James Bond Agent 007 posted HERE