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AUSTRIAN M95 RIFLE SNIPER SCOPE AUSTRIAN M95 RIFLE SNIPER SCOPE
90% blue, An original sniper rifle scope as issued with the Austrian Mannlicher Model 95 rifles. 22mm scope manufactured by Reichert in Vienna. Original blued finish with strawed locking latch. Marked on the side of the wider mount "AZF/EAXI/9244", the latch having a matching number 9244. The opposite side of the wider mount is serial numbered 2943. Very good optics with pointer/crossbar and downbar reticle. The elevation drum adjustment wheel functions but seems very loose. Complete with the original leather carry case which is in good condition. See the book "Sniper Scopes and Mounts 1914-1939" by Robert Spielauer, pages 68-69.,    
M6226 $2,395.00
BRITISH NO2 MKII BINOCULARS BRITISH NO2 MKII BINOCULARS
Original WW2 issue 6x30 binoculars, manufactured by Kershaw and dated 1942. Marked on the back BINO PRISM N02 MKII/x6/No 121767. Broad arrow proofs on the front. Used, showing some wear and handling on the exterior. Rangefinding optic are good, a bit cloudy with a few visible minor specks. Includes a period Crown Optical leather carrying case, shoulder strap present but torn, in fair-good overall condition.,    
C18792 $225.00
CZECH VZ9/13 6X30 BINOCULARS CZECH VZ9/13 6X30 BINOCULARS
Manufactured in Czechoslovakia, many used by the German army during WW2. Marked on the back SRBaSTYS/PRAHA and 6X30/polini kukatko/vz9/13 over the serial number c.26573. Marked on the front with the Czech Lion and date 38. Rangefinding optics are cloudy showing some tiny specks. One eyepiece flange has a small chip. Complete with the leather neck strap. Includes a carry case with a wide belt loop on the back which is marked C.P. GOERZ A.G./BERLIN. The case fits the binocular fine, showing wear with a portion of edge off one end of the lid. The upper back of the belt loop on the case is lightly impressed PANZER DIV, a scuff in front of this making a number illegible.,    
C18750 $295.00
FRENCH BINOCULAR FRENCH BINOCULAR
WW1 era, manufactured by Lemaire Fabt Paris. Center focus, power unknown, optics are very good, adjustment functions fine. The textured exterior wrapping shows wear, one side detaching with old tape applied.,    
C29680 $125.00
GERMAN BINOCULARS GERMAN BINOCULARS
Marked "BUSCH PRISMA-BINOCLE" and "MOD. TERLUX". Complete with the original leather case with shoulder strap. Consignor notes state these were used by the U.S. Army Signal Corp circa 1910. Very good optics. Some external finish wear. The case has letter "W G" stenciled on the bottom. One of the small leather shoulder strap guides on the side of the case has separated at one end. The tip of the lid strap is torn. Original leather shoulder strap on the optic. Over all good condition.,    
C26096 $90.00
HENSOLDT BINOCULARS 8X30 HENSOLDT BINOCULARS 8X30
very nice optics,    
M1856 $225.00
HENSOLDT BINOCULARS 8X30 HENSOLDT BINOCULARS 8X30
very nice optics.,    
M1855 $225.00
HENSOLDT BINOCULARS 8X30 HENSOLDT BINOCULARS 8X30
very nice optics.,    
M1854 $225.00
HENSOLDT BINOCULARS 8X30 HENSOLDT BINOCULARS 8X30
very nice optics.,    
M1853 $225.00
JAPANESE WW2 TYPE 89 GUNNERY TRAINING DEVICE JAPANESE WW2 TYPE 89 GUNNERY TRAINING DEVICE
Original WW2 era “Rokuoh-Sha” machine gun movie camera used for training rear machine gunners on aircraft such as dive, torpedo bombers and various reconnaissance aircraft. These resemble the standard type 89 (copy of the Lewis Gun) machine gun as mounted on these aircraft, and could be mounted in the machine gun position in the aircraft, or externally on the wing and controlled remotely. There supposedly (we have never seen one work) was a selection of movie combat scenarios which could be run through the camera by hand cranking, a type of stop watch was placed inside the plastic dome on the top, the watch was activated when the trigger was pulled. A prism allowed the face of the watch to be shown in the “movie” it was running. The gunner in training was shown how long his bursts were while aiming at the target, help train in leading the target, and thus how to better handle the weapon. Most if not all of these were produced by what eventually developed into the Konica camera company. The movie camera device is in excellent condition, and comes with the original compartmentalized storage chest with many accessories. The chest is painted gray and has a matching serial number stenciled on top of the lid along with Japanese characters. The box contains a C clamp type mount, an extra trigger assembly, a target ring rear sight and post front sight, a small glass bottle, empty, and assumed to be for lens cleaning, 4 small canisters with film cartridges inside, two other film cartridges and a remote cable. The tools (2 screwdrivers and a crescent wrench) are newer additions added to fill the spots for the original tools. The clasp assembly for the lid has been removed and is in the chest. No papers or labels are found inside. Two of the four small screws which hold the dome in place at the front are missing. This is a consignment item.,    
C18114 $9,000.00
RUSSIAN BN2.5X42 NIGHT VISION BINOCULARS RUSSIAN BN2.5X42 NIGHT VISION BINOCULARS
Operates off 2 AA batteries. With carry bag. No papers. Used, excellent condition. Does not work. Unknown problem.,    
C22678 $200.00
RUSSIAN PE SNIPER SCOPE RUSSIAN PE SNIPER SCOPE
90% blue, Russian sniper scope as used on the 1891/30 snipers rifles. Early first type M.39 SOV mount and early PE scope. The scope is unmarked. The mount is numbered 0798 on the right side with a 'star' stamping. The front of the mount has proof markings with an 'M'. Optics are perfect with a heavy post/crosshair reticle. Some minor paint type finish loss to the eyepiece. A very rare early Russian snipe scope set, possibly made by Ziess in Germany in the early 1930's.,    
M3442 $2,995.00
RUSSIAN WW2 6X30 BINOCULARS RUSSIAN WW2 6X30 BINOCULARS
Marked on the back of the housing with the star, hammer and sickle mark and with the date 1941r. The exterior shows wear and handling, with a dent on one housing having a piece of electrical tape covering it (did not remove the tape). Rangefinding optics are just slightly cloudy showing a few minor black specks. Overall good condition.,    
C18790 $150.00
SIG 550 RIFLE SCOPE/MOUNT SIG 550 RIFLE SCOPE/MOUNT
Hakko 4x21 with orange/red/green illuminating German type reticle. Shows light use, as new optics.,    
M6422 $1,195.00
SIG 550 RIFLE SCOPE/MOUNT SIG 550 RIFLE SCOPE/MOUNT
Near new condition over all. Zeiss Diavari-C 3-9x36 scope complete with lens covers. Duplex reticle with as new optics.,    
M6421 $2,495.00
WILD M/41 LONG DISTANCE OPTICAL RANGEFINDER WILD M/41 LONG DISTANCE OPTICAL RANGEFINDER
Swiss M/41 optical range finder, complete with the carrying can, filter kit and tripods, including the prone position tripod. Excellent overall condition with crisp optics, picture is for representation only -- actual item will be similar in condition   
K1067 $1,295.00
ZEISS LARGE TURRET BINOCULAR ZEISS LARGE TURRET BINOCULAR
Starmorbi Model, 1930's period, with leather case, rotating eyepieces(turret) has 3 separate powers- 12,24, and 42, in VG to EXC cond overall with optics EXC, with tripod mount(no tripod), original leather case and original sales brochure, a very rare model for collectors to find.,    
M3101 $3,995.00

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