Early 1938 Progress PEM sniper scope on its lateral mount, also used on Mosin Nagant 91/30. This set is in pretty bad condition but at least the mount and scope matching condition eventually shows that they were not put together post-war.
Soviet 1938 dated PEM sniper scope (made at Progress factory) with its original Smirnsky top mount used onMosin Nagant 91/30.
A hard to find P14 Periscopic Prism Co. LTD Mod.1918, probably mounted on Enfield SMLE or P14 during world War II or later.
Here we have a matching ZF.41 telescopic sight and carrying can. Unfortunately, the set misses the klarinol cloth and dust brush to be complete. The ZF.41 wears the code “cag”, corresponding to the manufacturer Swarovski Optik in Austria.
1943 dated PU scope, made by PRogress factory in Omsk, on a rare original Tula (plant n°314) SVT40 mount dated 1941. SVT40 sniper variants were produced from 1941 to 1942 so this PU scope doesn’t match its mount and was originally mounted on a Mosin Nagant 91/30 rifle.
bmj coded sniper scope made by Hensoldt & Söhn Werke AG in Wetzlar. This one comes with a high turret mount.
H/4×60 sniper scope made by Karl Kahles manufatcurer in Vienna. This model was fitted with a recoil ring to be used with the long lateral side mount (LSR) on K98k sniper rifle. Later, these “H/4×60” and Kahles logo were replaced by the war code “cad”.