'James Bond-style' gun makers jailed

Two men who made "James Bond-style" guns in east London lock-ups have been jailed for a total of 23 years.

Paul Coke, 40, of Ilford, Essex, and Fatmir Kadena, 26, of Waltham Forest, east London, produced "lethal" guns hidden in both a pen and key ring.

Coke was jailed for 14 years while Kadena was imprisoned for nine years.

The lock-ups, in Leyton, were disguised as a makeshift nightclub and car garage.

But in reality they were used to convert imitation and blank-firing guns into lethal weapons that sold for up to £1,000.

Guy Smith reports.

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