To the OP: I’m not trying to be rude, but do you really think there are that many fanboys of Tomb Raider that they are buying up that many parts? Those movies are pretty shitty, as I recall, and I can’t imagine any self-respecting gun guy with a fine piece of “steel” like an HK wanting a part just because a fine piece of ass used it in a sub-par flick. Hell, if I had a compensated H&K, and found the fanboy angle to be real, I’d take the damn thing off lest someone at the range think I want to look like Lara Croft. Don’t you think the price increase has to do with the fact the part is no longer made, thus supply is constrained? I can’t image very many folks buying an expensive pistol and compensator to emulate a female hero in a crappy movie from a few years back.
That being said, I wanted the oh so beautiful WA-2000 ever since I saw 007 use it to shoot the rifle out of the girl’s hand in “Living Daylights” as a kid. I’ve got one located; now there is just the matter of the $25,000 asking price. I would like to know what they cost when that film came out (1987?) Walther only made 72 of them as far as I know.