Israeli FN FAL L1A1 Bayonet made by IMI (Israeli Military Industries) with the צ (Tzadik) mark sign of the Israeli military on the ricasso. These hard to find bayonets are in very good condition, each come with their scabbard. The FN FAL bayonet for the FN FAL L1A1 7.62x51 light automatic rifle has the distinguished two prongs that fit on the rifle's flash hider and the blade profile is a variation of the U.S. M4 bayonet design. The grips are wood and the scabbard is the standard FN Mauser bayonet scabbard with frog hook design developed in the 1920's. Dealer pricing is available for the purchase of the whole quantity. Contact us here.
Hanhart stopwatches in excellent condition in the original plastic boxes with instructions. These Hanhart stopwatches were made in West Germany for the Israeli military in the 1980's. They are marked in the back with the IDF catalog number. All are working! Self compensating Anti-magnetic Water protected Dealer prices are available for large volume purchase. Contact us here.
A true collectors item for militaria collectors focusing on Israeli special forces or Shayetet 13 (Flotilla 13) to be more specific. Shayetet 13 is a special operations unit in the Israeli Navy similar in scope of operations to the US Navy SEALS and Britain's Special Boat Service. This wrist watch was given to graduates of the grueling training course in the 1980's. The watch is both digital and analog. The watch's face features the unit's logo which is the embodiment of the Shayetet 13 motto: As the bat emerges from the darkness, As the blade cuts through with silence, As the grenade smashes in rage. Rubber wrist band. 200 meter depth. Made by Prestige. Comes with a beautiful aluminum box with the Israeli military logo.
Fujinon Meibo 14X70 Israeli military surplus field binoculars with their original cases. These Fuji Fujicon Meibo 14x70 IDF surplus field binoculars are in very good to excellent condition, marine tested for the harshest naval environments and excellent for all outdoor activities. Specifications: Length: 27 cm (10.62 inches) Field of view: 4 deg. Magnification: 14x Objective: 70mm Exit pupil diameter: 5mm (0.19 inch) Brightness: 25 Fields at 1000 Meters: 70m Features include pro prism construction, individual focusing eyepieces, coated optics, one-piece body design. Dealer pricing is available for large quantity purchases. Contact Us for more details.
Galil and M16 Trilux SUIT rifle scope mounts from Israeli military surplus available for sale. Model 1: M16 Trilux rifle scope mounts for carry handle - 20 units x $180 each = $3600 Model 2: Galil Trilux L shape side mounted rifle scope mount - 5 units x $210 each = $1050
Model 3: Galil side mount for Trilux scope - 2 units x $210 each = $420 (Sold Out) Model 4: M14 Trilux scope mount - 1 unit x $230 each = $230 Model 5: FN MAG 58 Trilux Scope Side Mount - 4 units x $250 each = $1000 Cost of package will depend on the units available that same day. Click Contact Us for details.
SOLD OUT Nimrod 10x40 rifle scope is a very rare item of Israeli military surplus made by Koor Industries of Israel and originally by Hakko of Japan. The Nimrod scope was used mainly on the M14 and Galil sniper rifles and replaced the old style Wild scopes used on the IDF K98 and IDF Kahles ZF95 scopes used after. This is the last Nimrod scope that we know of in Israel that is available for sale. Some specifics: Bullet drop compensated for the .308/7.62 NATO M118 Sniper round. Magnification of 10-power. Objective diameters: 40 mm. Field of view: 19.6 meters at 300 meters (3 degrees 45 feet). Eye relief is about 3 inches. Two auxiliary crosses, one for aiming at 900 and 1,000 meters, the other for high-trajectory ammunition. Range estimation with the reticle pattern duplicates that of the (Dragunov Russian sniper rifle). At the bottom of the field of view is a baseline below five short steps. The step closest to the baseline is marked '10' for 1,000 meters, while the farthest is marked '2' for 200 meters. The three steps in between correspond to 800, 600 and 400 meters in ascending order. Just align the target's groin with the baseline and match the top of his head with the appropriate step. Dial the correct distance into the range drum on top of the scope calibrated in 50-meter clicks from 200 to 800 meters for 7.62x51mm M118 match ammunition and fire. The windage, located on the scope's left side, provides five mils of adjustment to the right or left in 1/2-mil increments. Click here for other Military Surplus Optics
Israeli Defense Force (IDF) K98 sniper scope mount adapter for the Nimrod 6x40 mm scopes probably from the late 1970's to early 1980's. These were made by IMI (Israel Military Industries). The IDF used FN made Mauser K98 rifles in the 1948 War of Independence where the olive drab 4x Wild-Heerbrugg scope was used in a unique Israeli-made claw type mount. Later on the optic was replaced by more modern ones such as the Nimrod and an adapter was needed to accommodate it. Dealer pricing is available for the purchase of the whole quantity. For details click on Contact Us.
A unique and hard to find item from Israeli military surplus the Kahles/Photonic ZF95 6x42 rifle Scope with M14 mount. Both of these items, the scope and mount, are marked with צ (the letter Tzadik of the Hebrew alphabet) the Israeli military mark. Each original scope came with the extended rubber eye relief. These scopes were used by Israeli military snipers and marksman and some special police units. They are unmarked by Kahles for political reasons since the Austrian government didn't want to be known as supplying Israel with arms related materials. The Israeli military M14 mount comes with each scope and is also a very hard item to come by. Before using this daytime rifle scope optic, the IDF used the Japanese made Nimrod 6x42 mm scope. These were used from the mid 1970's to the mid 1990's and replaced in 1994 by the Austrian made Kahles ZF95 also known as the Swarovski Futonic (or Photonic) 6x42 mm scope, and used up to 1999 when the M14 was taken out of regular service military units and replaced by the M24 SWS. The Kahles ZF95 scopes are also known in Israel as the Photonic 6x42. Before ordering please check with your local and national authorities about purchasing and importing this item. NO MORE RUBBER EYE RELIEF PIECES ARE AVAILABLE. Dealer pricing is available for the purchase of 30 and more units. For details click on Contact Us.
Samurai Bajo Jingasa (Riding Battle Hat) were worn mainly by officers a the end of the Sengoku period (1467-1615) and through the Edo period (1603-1868) and a little after. Traditionally a defensive helmet, they were allegedly first crafted from wood, leather, lacquered rawhide, then iron and later steel. The combination of these elements provided a good head protection against sword blows. The bajo-gasa jingasa are shaped like low round hills, believed to decrease wind resistance while on horseback. The inside was padded with a cushion liner secured by ribbons that would be tied and secured under the chin. The Jingasa were traditionally lacquered in black and would typically bear the mon (crest) of their clan or that of their unit, allowing forces to be easily identified in the battlefield and from afar. These mon were often painted in gold color like in this bajogasa for sale. The Samurai bajo-jingasa here is in excellent condition showing the mon (crest) of the Maru Ni Tsuru Gashiwa. It is probably from the late Edo period (mid 19th century). Dimensions: about 36 cm x 34 cm (14.17 x 13.38 inches)