Israeli TRILUX L2A2 SUIT Scope With FN FAL L1A1 Dust Cover
Israeli TRILUX L2A2 SUIT scope with FN FAL L1A1 dust cover. The SUIT sight is a 4× telescopic sight with tritium-powered illumination (not operational anymore due to its age), utilized at dusk or dawn. The full name is the L2A2 Sight Unit Infantry Trilux. The sight is not designed as a sniper sight, but was issued to designated marksmen. The sight was mounted on the FN FAL L1A1 Self-Loading Rifle by mainly British and commonwealth countries. The sight has a lever to change between a short range mode (300 meters) and a long range mode (500 meters). the SUIT has a single obelisk-shaped post protruding from the top edge of the sight so as not to obscure the target. The radioactive tritium light source has to be replaced every 8–12 years, since it gradually loses its brightness due to radioactive decay. This item is in very good condition from Israeli military surplus. SUIT L2A2 Specifications
- Overall dimensions: (L x W x H): 188 x 76 x 69 mm
- Weight: 340 grams
- Magnification: 4×
- Field of view: 8 degrees (140 mils)
- Objective diameter: 25.5 mm
- Exit pupil: 6.375 mm
- Eye relief: 35 mm
- Light permeability: 86%
- Reticle illumination: Red tritium, glass ampoule
- Illumination strength: Adjustable
- Tritium ampoule lifetime: 8–12 years
- Range Settings: 300 meters (rear) or 500 meters (forward).
- NATO Stock Number (NSN): 1240-99-964-7647 (Sight Unit Infantry Trilux (SUIT) L2A2)
International 20×50 Field Binoculars From Israeli Military Surplus
International 20x50 field binoculars from Israeli military surplus in very good condition with original leather case. Clear and clean lenses, coated and triple tested. 3.5 degree field of view. Made in Japan and optics laboratory tested. Excellent for any outdoor activity.
Lupinus 20×50 Coated Optics Binoculars From IDF Surplus
Lupinus 20x50 coated optics field binoculars from Israeli military surplus with the original case. These Lupinus 20x50 field binoculars are in excellent condition, some are as-new never used in the original plastic bag! All have the original leather case with red felt inside. These field binoculars are marked with the Israeli army marking of the letter צ (Tzadik) on one side and on the other 3.5 degrees of view and catalog item number 22011.
Stereoscope For Aerial Photography By Huet Paris
Stereoscope for aerial photography by Huet Paris from Israeli military surplus, used by mostly intelligence units to read and decipher aerial images of enemy territory and military related material by having a three dimensional image for better understanding. This Stereoscope by Huet Paris from IDF surplus is in very good condition, marked with the Israeli military marking of the צ letter (Tzadik) and a נ inside the Star of David signifying that it has been checked and approved for use. The right eye lens can move left-right as to fit the viewers face and providing a sharp 3D image. This is a rare piece of Israeli military history as well as militaria history, signifying how enemy maps used to be deciphered by intelligence personnel so that every enemy tank, aircraft, artillery piece, base, bunker, and others can be identified. This was how it was done before the wide use of satellites and high-tech computer imaging and deciphering programs.
International 12×50 Field Binoculars From Israeli Military Surplus
International 12x50 Field Binoculars From Israeli military surplus with original leather case in very good condition. Clear and clean lenses, coated and triple tested. 5 degree field of view. Excellent for any outdoor activity.
Israeli Lee Enfield Long Branch No.4 MK1 T Rifle Scope
Israeli Lee Enfield long branch No.4 MK1 T rifle scope made by Goldberg of Tel-Aviv. This is one of the first prototypes of Israeli made rifle scope made in the late 1940's and early 1950's as Israel planned to self rely on as much weapons and weapon related material as possible and in addition smuggle and later import military surplus firearms from post WW2 Europe. This Israeli rifle scope is made of brass and includes the original rifle mount. The outside of the scope has patches of scratched paint, the lenses are in tact and a bit foggy and the reticle is in tact as well. A rare and unique piece of history.
Steiner Military-Marine 8×30 Field Binoculars From IDF Surplus
Steiner Military-Marine 8x30 field binoculars with the original case from Israeli military surplus. One of the best field binoculars ever produced by Steiner of Germany and have proven to be rugged, well built and lightweight so that they can be used on military missions, hunting trips, sailing or any other outdoor activity. Very high optics quality with clear lenses and fantastic focus.
Bausch & Lomb X30 Spotting Scope With Freeland Tripod
Bausch & Lomb X30 spotting scope with Freeland tripod from Israeli military surplus. The items are in good condition, show wear as this is a 60+ year old item. Bausch & Lomb B&L logo marked on the scope as well as on the focus knob with writting "Bausch & Lomb Rochester, NY". This spotting scope was used by the Israeli military as a spotter scope for sniper teams and intelligence gathering. Dimensions: Length: 39 cm Lens diameter: 70 mm Weight: 2.3 Kg
Fujinon Meibo 14X70 IDF Surplus Field Binoculars
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.
Nimrod 10×40 Rifle Scope For Sale
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