The Definitive KINGSMAN Thread

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  1. Farrells Props

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    The sole purpose of this thread is to identify all Kingsman gadgets, costume pieces, and other props from both Kingsman: The Secret Service and Kingman: The Golden Circle.


    Kingsman: The Secret Service might be one of my favorite spy films yet. It basically took all that I loved of James Bond and put it together. I was such a big fan of it that I wanted more. I wanted all of the gadgets, I wanted all the guns, I wanted everything from the film. Sadly, when I started looking for information on all the screen-used props, I couldn't find much information. This whole thread's purpose is to be the best source of 100% screen-accurate items and information.

    I may, from time to time, post pictures from the film to start to figure out more information

    *Just remember, the majority of all the KINGSMAN props were custom made or modified in some way*


    All Confirmed Items
    #21 The KINSMAN Standard Issue Pistol
    #26 #27 The KINGSMAN Standard Issue Remote Poison Pens
    #177 The KINGSMAN glasses
    #339 The KINGSMAN umbrella
    #366 The KINGSMAN Grenade Lighter
     
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  2. Mechanized2400

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    Their fountain pens are Conway Stewart Churchill's
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    Dunhill rollagas are their lighter/grenade of choice
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    The most accurate tie I've seen is made by Drake's London and sold at Mr. Porter
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    Id recommend Indy Magnoli's eyeglasses
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    Hope some of these help a little
     
  3. Mechanized2400

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    Also, I believe there is a thread in the project runs for the Statesman buckle


    ive been working on a Kingsman display so I've been doing some research, lol
     
  4. Farrells Props

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    The Gun
    The Kingsman Gun from the film was made by Cohort Film Services. It was originally based off of a Tokarev TT-30 pistol(1st picture). The base gun was modified with custom grips, hammers, re-profiled side panels, hammers, and custom triggers(2nd picture). The gun also features a custom underbarrel shotgun attachment(3rd picture). The gun also has custom suppressors which were also made custom by cohort(4th picture). In total 6 real guns were made for production for the first film. Many stunt versions were also made of resin casts of originals(5th picture).
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  5. Farrells Props

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    Currently I am a bit stuck with what is on the wall in the Gadget Vault. I currently know of the pen, the lighter, the briefcases, the glasses, the pen? and a couple more. Also I noticed there are 2 types of pens! 2!!!!! we have to figure these out! Please tell me everything you can about what you think is in the vault!
    Kingsman gadget pic 1.jpg kingsman gadget pic 2.png kingsman gadget pic 3.png kingsman gadget pic 4.png
     
  6. Mechanized2400

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    Both pens are Conway Stewart, just different models

    also adding their wicked umbrellas(I really want one!).

    made by Swaine Adley Brigg out of London known as The Brigg Umbrella
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    http://www.swaineadeneybrigg.com/brigg-article/brigg-umbrella/

    it sounds so lovley.

    and lastly the crocodile skin and silver cigar case is made by Asprey London and Hallmark London did the silver, I think. Above the case is a cigar cutter. not sure of the maker.

    here is a link I've found of the case:
    http://bentleyslondon.com/shop/crocodile-cigar-case/

    although I couldn't find anything on their site. May be a eBay thing.
     
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  7. RobertMuldoon

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  8. Sundowner

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    I'll add a few photos from my research

    KingsmanPistol.jpg Kingsman_33.jpg Kingsman-ColtHammerless.jpg

    Harry%u00252Bfrom%u00252BKingsman.jpg Ly6dOA6.jpg taron-egerton-in-KING-e1505883350311-1013x520.jpg

    I also made a video about the pistol and my version of it.

     
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  9. sycor

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    Holy cow those lighters and pens are expensive. Maybe I'll just skip having any Kingsman props.
     
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  10. Mechanized2400

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    You can find good look-a-like lighters off eBay. I bought a working one the other day for $25 shipped.

    the pens, not so much. They're hard to find and like you said $$$$$
     
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    Found one of the knives, I think
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    Heres a picture of the screen used knife:
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    And what I found is by Strider Knives model BT-SS fixed 6"
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    they are not cheap.

    But! I did find a cheap alt on Amazon called the Survivor HK-106280 Outdoor Knife. Here's a pic:
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    Some mods are needed but better than $300+

    onwards to the others
     
  13. Mechanized2400

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    Anther knife down. This one is the knife above the previous identified.
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    I believe this knife is a two-tone 9" throwing knife with nylon cord wrapped handle
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    Pretty sure the knives in the middle are some sort of fixed hunting knife. Close to this:
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  14. Jakeinator123

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    Probably common knowledge, but the watches from the two films are the Bremont Kingsman and the TAG Heuer connected smartwatch. The Bremont was limited to 100 pieces, and the TAG is a special edition, however it seems the watch used in the film is the original model of the TAG Heuer connected with the Special watch face on it. They are both extremely pricey and limited edition, but I haven't seen any "close enough" replacements.
     
  15. MattgomeryBurns

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    I finally got a chance to see the Golden Circle tonight. The action is incredible, and of course the props are amazing.

    I'd love to have the briefcase.
    Screen Shot 2017-10-01 at 12.31.11 AM.png

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    And I'd really love a bottle of Statesman bourbon. An official licensed bourbon has been released but the bottle is completely different.

    Movie bottle:
    kingsman2-whiskey-eggsy-merlin.jpg

    Retail bottle:
    kingsman-statesman-whiskey-700x394.jpg
     
  16. MattgomeryBurns

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    Actually, it looks like Old Forester single barrel is an exact match to the movie bottle. Old Forester is the brand that makes the official licensed bottle, so it makes sense that their bottles were used in the movie. The "vintage bottle" would be easy to replicate by just slapping on a label.

    Vintage version
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    New version
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  17. HaydenM

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    Big thanks, definitely wanting to fashion myself one of the vintage bottles and this is the first hurdle tackled already.
     
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    Of course. It looks like they might have stopped doing that bottle shape recently. If you go on the Old Forester website, most of their bottles are shaped like the licensed Statesman bottle.

    I found a few online retailers that appear to have the more square bottle:

    http://www.totalwine.com/bourbon/small-batch-bourbon/old-forester-single-barrel-select/p/159775750-1

    http://www.winemadeeasy.com/old-for...straight-bourbon-whiskey-nv-750-ml-39507.html

    https://www.maxliquor.com/product-p/old-forester-single-barrel.htm

    One of those sites had a close up of the seal, if someone wanted to replicate it for the new bottle:
    Screen Shot 2017-10-01 at 10.53.53 AM.png
     
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  19. Farrells Props

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    My latest acquisition....
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  20. Mechanized2400

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    Beautiful pen, bruv

    IMG_6974.JPG

    Just recently got the right lighter.

    Like a dum-dum bought the lighter on the left without looking at screen caps.

    Proper Dunhill on right side.
     
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    The Gun
    The Kingsman Gun from the film was made by Cohort Film Services. It was originally based off of a Tokarev TT-30 pistol(1st picture). The base gun was modified with custom grips, hammers, re-profiled side panels, hammers, and custom triggers(2nd picture). The gun also features a custom underbarrel shotgun attachment(3rd picture). The gun also has custom suppressors which were also made custom by cohort(4th picture). In total 6 real guns were made for production for the first film. Many stunt versions were also made of resin casts of originals(5th picture).
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  22. Sundowner

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    I still think it’s a TT-33. The TT-30 has a different back strap (30 Left / 33 Right)

    1935Tt30RrFrame-Tt33.jpg
     
  23. Mechanized2400

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    Since the suppressor was custom fabricated I wanted to give it a go. here's my V1 from random things I had.
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    Gotta get rid of that lip, it's buggin the hell outta me hahah.

    Going to wait for Sundowner's Carnwennan to get the right size. This was just 3/4" pvc, seems too small, idk.

    In the mean time I'll gather other parts to get a more accurate look.
     
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  24. Sundowner

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    I like the knurling!
     
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  25. Mechanized2400

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    Thanks you :cheers

    Think its a sink faucet or part of a faucet. That's been the most difficult piece to replicate so far.

    heres the suppressor a little weathered up:
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    helps me ignore the inaccurate look hahah
     
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  26. Farrells Props

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    There are three different pens used in the film. They all look so similar it took me quite a while to identify each one. Before we start, please know that each of these pans are immensely expensive.

    The first pen is the Conway Stewart Kingsman
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    It costs about $1500US There are currently no replicas however, I have been looking to buy a similiar one and they are hard to find on auction.
    The second pen is the Conway Stewart Churchill Kingsman
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    It costs about 1000US. There are currently no replicas. It is very similar to the first pen but has a flat cap end.

    The third pen is unidentified as It is a ballpoint pen with the case of an ink quill pen.






    All three of these pens can be seen on the wall in the KINGSMAN armory: kingsman gadget pic 3.png
     

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  27. Farrells Props

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    Now Now. I know things seem sad and impossible. Like how on earth am I going to get KINGSMAN pen!!!!! Well today's your lucky day!


    The JINHAO 450X is probably the closest you'll get. It is a cartridge ink pen with a gold tip with iridium accents. The pen costs under $5 with free shipping anywhere. Long story short, this pen looks amazing as a display piece or a writing piece. The reason I know this is because I've had a blue version for years. The black and gold model highly emulates the new Conway Stewart pens. Having ordered and received two of these pens, I can truly say, they are awesome. Definitely not 100% accurate, but pretty close nonetheless. The bodies are made of aluminum and feel super good to write with. Oh by the way, the size is about 2mm(1/8 inch) of of the real thing! All it needs is a lever feed arm.
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    Also you could get about 300 of these pens for 1 Conway Stewart model.
     
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  28. SteakSauce

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    Just managed to snag a lighter for $30!

    I have the airsoft pistol on the way, I will be sure to post a review. I know it is not 100% screen accurate, but I love my props to be functional, and sometimes that requires small sacrifices.

    Pics coming soon.
     
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  29. Farrells Props

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    I might just have to machine one!
     
  30. Mechanized2400

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    Duuuude, do it! then make some copy's and sell me one:D

    I've never worked in a lathe before but the knurling looks the hardest. Other than that, not too much to it.

    i think it's a straight knurling rather than hex. I could be wrong. I was using a water bottle cap before I switched to the hex water sink part.

    I've been going off this pic
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  31. Farrells Props

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    From some of my pictures it looks to be diamond knurling. Nevertheless I will definitely make one/some!
     
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  32. Mechanized2400

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    Oh yeah! :thumbsup
     
  33. HaydenM

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    I noticed that it seems that they are no longer producing that bottle shape. Unfortunately the task of sourcing the bottle will no doubt be a bit more difficult as I'm not in the states.
     
  34. Mechanized2400

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    If you can't find a Old Foresters bottle or don't want to spend the money on a full one.

    Knob Creek bottles are pretty close:
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    Ive seen emptys on eBay ranging from $6usd. They're not 750ml but it's also not $60+

    Without the wax seal, it's not far off:
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  35. HaydenM

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    I've actually got a bottle of Knob Creek in my bar from a birthday past. I'll see how it goes. Spent a bit of today in photoshop trying to recreate the classic statesman bottle logo.

    EDIT: By the way, is there anybody who knows their fonts well and knows what the fonts on the bottle are?
     
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  36. Indy Magnoli

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    Just a heads-up:

    GLASSES: We've sold out of the black frames with clear lenses, but if you're having prescription lenses fitted, you can buy our black Kingsman sunglasses as the frames are identical and your optometrist can just as easily swap out the tinted lenses with your prescription lenses. For those after the glasses for costume purposes, the black frames with clear lenses will be back in stock some time in November, hopefully.

    TIES: We've sold out of these too, but are doing an updated, more accurate run immediately... we'll keep you posted.
     
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    Thanks for the update Indy.


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  38. Mechanized2400

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    Will the tie have the more accurate brown stripe instead of red/maroon stripe? Been putting off ordering the Drake's London to see if you all were going to make a more accurate tie:)
     
  39. ichnob

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    Does anyone have any leads on Statesmen costumes? I saw that Midwest Whips provided Agent Whiskey's bullwhips, but that's about it.
     
  40. Indy Magnoli

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    Yes. :) Also, slightly changing the main weave for accuracy.

    What are you after exactly? We can custom make almost anything...
     
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  41. Mechanized2400

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    Excellent! Definitely be getting one those when they're released
     
  42. ichnob

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    Agent Whiskey's charcoal blazer with what looks like black suede shoulder accents. Mr. Porter has them, but I cannot afford that £900+ price. So might just have to thrift store find a blazer to add that suede accent, or get a suit jacket pattern to work one out. Will have to work out mobility as well if I want to have a bullwhip accessory.
     
  43. Indy Magnoli

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    We could do Whiskey's blazer in genuine tweed for $545 or a more standard wool blend for $450.
     
  44. Mechanized2400

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    Just order some glasses in tortoiseshell. Super excited to add this to my upcoming display

    great work on those Indy Magnoli
     
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  45. Sundowner

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    I shouldn’t have waited to order the glasses I’m black because they’re out of stock. I’d like to pick up Eggys orange velvet blazer but one of the websites making them has the color way too red
     
  46. Mechanized2400

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    Almost finished with the "build" part of the display
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    Two more shelfs that'll I ll wrap in felt, the the backing w/ felt, and then add LEDs.

    Think it should look okay if all goes well:unsure
     
  47. HaydenM

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    Guess I'll post my update from yesterday's photoshop work.
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    Still far from perfect and have to nail down the colours a bit more, but at least I've not the rough outline for now.
     
  48. Mechanized2400

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    Those both look really good
     
  49. HaydenM

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    And now a very rough test print on the bottle.

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    UPDATE:
    Now have the label more of less fixed up and it's no longer the horrible white colour from the first picture.
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    I've definitely got another couple of things to fix but I'm happy with this sitting in my bookshelf for the moment.

    I'll also add that the Knob Creek bottle is an even better match than I first thought with the Statesman bottle being quite a bit deeper than it appears in some shots.
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  50. Sundowner

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    That looks great!
     
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