French manufactured Lebel model 1886 M93 fitted with an original A.P.X. 1916 scope. The Lebel M93 used to be the French main sniper rifle during World War I.
Voigtländer Skoparette scope used by Bavarian sniper during WW1. The rear mount bears the logo of the Gebruder Merkel manufacturer in Suhl, Germany.
WW1 Enfield SMLE fitted with the scarce Whitehead mount and Winchester A5 scope
1915 Periscopic Prism Company Ltd. Sniper scope, used on Enfield SMLE during WW1
Dr. W. Gérard B3x sniper scope with transitional straight lined mount. These mounts were replaced by deported mounts later during World War 1
1937 PEM sniper scope with straight top mount for Mosin Nagant 91/30
M84 sniper scope, used on M1D Garand
1939 PEM scope with Tula made side rail mount for Mosin Nagant 91/30
P. Köhler Police scope with matching numbers SSR mount
Karl Kahles, Wien, 4×60 “cad” on high turret mount
Bavarian Otto Bock K. & K. Hofl. Berlin with single claw mount
K.Kahles H/4×60 scope with side mount for the Nicaracuan Contract of the Hämmerli K.31 sniper rifles (only 100 were ordered)
Aldis 1915 sniper scope with J. Purdey and Sons mount for SMLE
Optikotechna Lovec 4x with SSR mount
Voigtländer Braunschweig – Skoparette 4x
Voigtlander Braunschweig 3x – Gewehr Nr. 1139 cc
Opticotechna Dialytan 4x dow
Hensoldt Wetzlar Dialytan 4x “bmj” , used with single claw mount
Oigee Berlin Luxor 3x – Gewehr Nr. 1378 i
German sniper with C.P. Goerz 3x scope and carrying case
Dr.W.Gerard M4x scope with unit markings still engraved
Emil Busch Rathenow Visar 2,75x – Gewehr Nr. 4700 cc
Voigtlander Braunschweig 3x – Gewehr Nr. 6091 bb
Ground dug ZF4 (ddx) scope and mount
German sniper with Oigee Berlin Luxor 3x style scope
Snipers training at a sniper school in a French village, using P14 rifles with Periscopic Prim Co. Ltd Mod.1918 scopes (27 July 1944).
Lance Corporal A P Proctor, 56th Division, cleaning his rifle, 24 November 1943.
ZF41 coded “ddv” (Oculus, Spezialfabrik Ophthalmologischer Instrumente, Berlin)
1937 (Progress) PEM scope
Ground dug Russian PEM sniper scope with its mount. Adjustement turrets still work, view through the scope is still possible and reticle remains perfect.
Oigee Berlin Luxor 3x – Gewehr Nr. 7368 bb
C.P. Goerz Berlin 3x scope an carrying case
Dr. Walter Gerard Mod. G 4x – Gewehr Nr. 7790 c
ZF41/1 coded “kov” (Etablissement Barbier, Bénard et Turenne, Paris)
ZF41 Carrying case with WaA542
C.P. Goerz 3x – Gewehr Nr. 5542
PU cover variants, by Alexander Yuschenko
Dr.W.Gerard “G” 4x Charlottenburg D.R.G.M.
No.32 MK III made by Alex Kershaw & Son
Carl Zeiss Jena Zielvier 4×81 “ZF39”
Early model used by the Reichswehr from 1927
I.O.R. 4,25 X 28 scope used on VZ24 rifle
Ground dug ZF41. Some markings are still visible on the mount and carrying can.
ZF41/1 coded “dow” (Opticotechna G.m.b.H., Prerau, Czech)
ZF41/1 coded “gkp” (Rufs & Co, Kassel)
ZF41/1 coded “cxn” (Emil Busch A.-G., Optische Industrie, Rathenow)
Early ZF41 with flat rollers mount
“K.F.” (Kältefest) indicates that the scope was lubricated with cold-resistant grease “Invarol”
Oigee Berlin Luxor 3x and its matching carrying case (Gew. N° 2543 cc)
I.O.R. scope on VZ 24 sniper rifle