Super rare Israeli military surplus Mauser K98 Wild Heerbrug 4x30 scope with mount, adapters, sights zeroing key (which in itself is extremely hard to find as these have usually been lost) and original case. All are marked by Israeli military IDF markings. These are one of the rarest military surplus scopes that any militaria collector would love to add to his collection. The Israel Defense Forces used the German Mauser K98 rifles, by bringing them through Czechoslovakia after WW2, mainly during the war of Independence in 1948 up to the early 1970's when used by Israeli snipers in the Suez Canal fortifications known as the Bar-Lev Line. The K98 was later replaced by the Uzi, FN FAL, Galil as the main fighting weapons. Only 200 were known to be produced for the Israeli military. This set of IDF Wild Heerbrug Mauser K98 4x30 rifle scope, IDF K98 Mauser mount and special adapters come with the original tin case and all are in very good condition. A real rare find!
Unertl BV-20 x10 Sniper Rifle ScopeUnertl BV-20 rifle scope for sale with the original rings for mounting and lens covers. Unertl BV-20 with x10 magnification. Made by Unertl Optical Company, Inc. US manufacturer of telescopic sights from 1934-2008. The company was well known for their 10× fixed-power scopes that were used on the Marine Corps' M40 rifles (Remington 700 modified) and made famous by Marine Corps Scout Sniper, Carlos Hathcock, during the Vietnam War, credited with 93 confirmed kills. The Unertl company manufactured military sniper rifle scopes during World War II, most notable for its MST-100 (7.62mm) and MST-150 (.50 caliber) 10× scope used by the USMC Scout-Sniper program and the first scope to use a Mil-Dot reticle. Specifications:
|Scope Model||BV-20 1" Target Scope|
|Overall Length||21 3/4"|
|Max. Objective cell Diameter||1 5/16"|
|Max Ocular Cell Diameter||7/8"|
|Weight||1 lb 5 oz|
|Main Tube Diameter||3/4"|
M2 Browning Tripod MountOriginal WW2 U.S. military issue M2 Browning tripod with original U.S. military issue T&E and original U.S. military issue pintle for the M1919 0.30 caliber machine gun. These original M2 tripod is from Israeli military surplus, probably given by the US to the IDF probably during the 1960's and 1970's. Some of these have very low serial numbers. These M2 Browning tripod features a brass socket for the pintle and fully functional legs, cross bar and welded feet. It is complete, functional and in good condition. The pintle comes complete with the cross pin and castle nut, with cotter pin still installed. The pintle and T&E are still wrapped in their original papers. 22 pieces of these Israeli military surplus U.S. M2 tripods are available from a variety of manufacturers such as: Appliance Mfg Co. , Lovel Mfg Co. and others.
Israeli military surplus Imperial M7 bayonet with M8A1 scabbard in very good condition for sale. On the guard a צ is marked indicating Israeli military together with Imperial which manufactured these.
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 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 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.