The WA2000 is a semi-automatic sniper rifle that is featured in CrossFire.


The WA2000 was designed in the late 1970s and early 1980s, in the aftermath of the 1972 Summer Olympics Munich massacre. The bullpup design was chosen because it would allow a standard length barrel to be used whilst the overall length would be shorter than a conventional rifle. It fires 7.62x51mm NATO ammunition but can be also chambered with .300 Winchester Magnum and 7.5x55mm Swiss. It also has high damage, and semi-automatic firing speed.


  • High damage.
  • Fast weapon delay.
  • Fast reload time.
  • Lightweight.
  • Fast rate of fire.


  • Low magazine capacity (6).
  • Inaccurate in long range.
  • Damage reduced in long range.
  • Single scope phase.


  • CF Japan
  • CF Vietnam
  • CF China
  • CF Philippines
  • CF Taiwan
  • CF Europe
  • CF North America
  • CF Korea
  • CF Indonesia
  • CF Brazil



  • The WA2000 was designed and built in response to the 1972 Summer Olympics Munich massacre, along with PSG-1.
  • In real life, only 176 of these were produced, mostly used by German police units, due to its high cost ($70,000 for the 1st Gen. & $40,000 for the 2nd Gen.) and not robust enough for military use, making it rare and valuable.
  • The model for the WA2000 used in CrossFire is the First Generation production model, with wooden frames & stock.



CrossFire VN - WA200007:00

CrossFire VN - WA2000

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