|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.
|Wheeler 500 Nitro Express Double Rifle
James Bond (Daniel Craig) uses an Anderson Wheeler 500 Nitro Express Double Rifle with box lock in SkyFall. The movie's armourer acquired the rifle from London based gun and rifle maker Anderson Wheeler. The request was for a gentleman’s big game hunting rifle, also known as a 'double rifle'.
It is used by Bond (Sean Connery) and Ali Kerim Bey in From Russia With Love to assassinate Krilencu. Bond later uses it against the SPECTRE helicopter chasing him.
In Goldfinger, Tilly Masterson uses a similar rifle in her attempt to assassinate Auric Goldfinger out of revenge for the murder of her sister Jill.
At the beginning of On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Bond (George Lazenby) opens his glove compartment (which contains the disasembled rifle), picks up the scope and observes Tracy with it. He then rushes to save her, as she is about to commit suicide.
|Signature Camera Rifle
Licence To Kill, in Isthmus, Q provides Bond (Timothy Dalton) with this sniper rifle disguised as a camera to help him in his attempt to assassinate Franz Sanchez. Once the grip has been programmed by Q to recognize Bond's palm prints, no one else can fire it.
Bond uses this rifle after he detonates the "toothpaste" explosives under the windows of Sanchez's office. However, before he has a chance to kill Sanchez, he is overcome by two Hong Kong narcotics ninjas. One of them unsuccessfully tries to kill Bond with the rifle.
Bond uses a sup/bpressed 7.62x51 mm NATO Accuracy International Arctic Warfare sniper rifle to try to assassinate Gustav Graves before he enters his cargo plane, but the attempt fails. Bond and Jinx then stow away on the plane.