The Walther WA-2000 sniper rifle was developed by Carl Walther Waffenfabrik (Germany) during the 20th century as a highly specialized police sniper rifle. For the first time it was introduced in the year 1982 was adopted by some dedicated police units in Germany, but the cost of rifle was unbearable to accomplish extensive sales, and that’s way the fabrication was fairly limited. It is believed that only about 176 WA-2000 rifles were ever made.
.300 Win mag
.308 (7.62x51mm NATO) or 7.5x55mm Swiss
Gas Operated, Rotating Bolt, Semi-Auto (Bullpup)
35.62″ (90.5 cm)
15.9 lbs 5oz (6.95 kg) (Less optics)
25.59″ (65 cm)
Fluted, with muzzle brake
Thumb-hole (Wood) – Fully adjustable
6 round detachable box
Schmidt & Bender 2.5-10x56mm
Max Effective Range
1000+ meters with .300 win mag
No. 6: Mauser SP66
The SP66 was planned and proposed for both Martial and Law Enforcement utility. It is a fine made rifle, with a stunning and very realistic contoured lumber stock. The SP66 is comparable to, and can mark out some of its ancestry back to, some rivalry rifles.
7.62x51mm NATO (.308 Win)
Manual bolt action
Zeiss-Diavari ZA 1.5-6x standard, others may be fitted
The Mauser 86SR sniper rifle was urbanized by Mauser Werke during the mid of 20th century, it was a mordenized version of Mauser 66 SP sniper rifle. It features a new bolt, and a different stock which is ventilated to help dissipate heat from the barrel. The rifle as comparable to SP66 was longer in length and was lighter than the SP66. But the accuracy is no less than the SP66.
The rifle is based on the Blaser typical straight pull achievement, and is loosely connected to their target rifle. But this edition is designed particularly for the tactical group of people. The rifle includes all of the essential specifications and also includes some of the latest features, like the muzzle-break, adjustable stock, and detachable magazine.