Walther WA2000 Sniper Rifle
In the 1987 film The Living Daylights (starring Timothy Dalton) Bond is paired with a fellow MI6 agent to help aid in the extraction of a Russian KGB general. The Walther WA2000 is used to disable a snipers rifle. Bond is given the option between soft-tipped or steel-tipped (armor piercing) rounds, taking the latter as KGB snipers most normally wear body armor. Bond used the newer model of the WA2000 with the silencer type flash hider.
Extremely rare rifles, only 176 were ever produced. The WA2000 was originally set up with a .300 Winchester Magnum round but eventually Walther made a 7.62MM NATO version and finished up with the 7.5MM Swiss round. Its cost in 1988 was $9,000, but now you can expect to pay $80,000+ if you're lucky enough to find one.
Type: Semi-automatic Caliber .300 Winchester Magnum,
7.62 x 51MM NATO, 7.5 x 55MM Swiss
Barrel Length: 25.6"
Effective Range - 1000M
Both Ares Airsoft (aptly named SR007, see image left) as Geneth make a replica WA2000 airsoft models. The airsoft models are available in the USA for $469, in the UK for £399 and Germany for €765.
1/6 scale models
On for example eBay and StoreRooms you can find 1/6 scale WA2000 Sniper Gun ($25) with night vision scope, view scope and magazine clips from Phicen. This gun is part of the Assassin Joanna model and Assassin Salina model from Phicen.