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"|
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.
Original US M7 bayonets with M8A1 scabbards from the Vietnam War era from military surplus in very good to excellent condition. We have these following makes available for sale: Imperial M7 bayonets with M8A1 scabbards - 24 units BOC M7 bayonets with M8A1 scabbards - 14 units Conetta M7 bayonets with M8A1 scabbards - 2 units MILPAR M7 bayonets with M8A1 scabbards - 2 units Again, these are all in very good to excellent condition. Most of the other sites that offer these military surplus bayonets have them in very used condition. When ordering please write which make you are interested in. Dealer pricing is available for large quantity purchases. Contact Us for more details.
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.
An Israeli military surplus prismatic oil liquid compass which is a rare militaria military antique find used by the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) in its early years of activity, late 1940's to 1950's. This Israeli military surplus prismatic oil liquid compass from IDF surplus is in good to very good condition and may be missing some of the liquid inside. The compass was made in 1948-1949 by Goldberg, Tel-Aviv (stamped on the back). It has a brass casing and comes with a compass pouch . It has some air bubbles inside. Period: 1948-1949 Condition: used, good-very good Signed: Goldberg, Tel-Aviv Dealer pricing is available for the purchase of the whole quantity. For details click on Contact Us.
This militaria antique is a rare Israeli military surplus prismatic oil liquid compass used by the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) in its early years of activity, late 1940's to 1950's. This IDF prismatic oil liquid compass from Israeli military surplus is in good condition and may be missing some of the liquid inside. The compass has a brass casing and comes with a compass pouch . It has some air bubbles inside, other than that it's in very good condition. Period: 1948-1949 Condition: used, good+ Signed: IDF No. 37450 with Israeli military logos and stamps