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    Default Mauser SP66 IDF Sniper Rifle

    Here is another Israeli sniper rifle I was able to add to my collection. It's a Mauser SP66. These were designed and made in Germany based on the model 66 hunting rifle. Only 360 of these rifles were ever made, they were used by police and military units in Germany, Italy, India and Israel (among others). The rifle is unusual in that is has a telescoping bolt, the internal magazine only holds three rounds of .308. The stock is made from one piece of solid wood and is heavy, the cheekpiece is spring loaded and can be adjusted with the circular knob. It also has a large, factory installed muzzle brake. With the scope/bipod it weights over 14 pounds!

    Originally these rifles were equipped with Zeiss Diavari ZA 1.5-6X variable power scopes. However, these were not used in Israel, instead other scopes were used, like the Nimrod

    Various sources say that 100 of these rifles were bought by Israel on a contract and that Springfield Armory bought and imported 90 of them around 1999/2000. An article in Small Arms Review states: "The Springfield representative at the IWA pointed out that all of the Star of David acceptance stamps had been ground off the weapon prior to their leaving Israel and the one I held was also sans IDF proofs."

    Here is that very interesting article:
    http://www.smallarmsreview.com/displ...darticles=2853

    However, there were at least a couple of importers, at the moment I know that there were almost 140 of these imported into the US from Israel. My example has all of its proofs and the original, unaltered/unground serial number. My guess is that Israel did initially buy 100 of these rifles as has been stated, but that as some point later there was another contract for at least a few dozen more.

    This was the bolt action sniper rifle update to the k98's shown earlier in this thread. The Mauser SP66 was later updated and sold as the Mauser 86SR. According to a source in the IDF, there are no more of the K98 or SP66 sniper rifles in Israeli inventory, while none of the 86SR rifles have been released for sale

    The rifle below is not part of that Springfield Armory batch of imports. All of the israeli markings and proofs are intact, the original serial number is there, it is not ground/crossed out and restamped like all of the others I have seen. The bolt has probably been rebuilt while in Israel and has been electropencilled to match the rifle and itself. The bipod was crudely installed by drilling a hole in the stock and using a screw from a hardware store (and a ziptie!). It has the original Mauser scope base. This example was made in 1981, as it's shown, the rifle weights over 14 pounds

    It is exactly as it came from Israel, except for the rings and the scope. The scope is a very rare 10x power Nimrod, these are much harder to find than the 6x Nimrods. It also came from Israeli inventory, while the rings are commercial ones that I bought here. The original scope mount is a priopriatary Mauser quick release one. I would love to find one eventually, but that is very unlikely.

    I will be doing more research about these rifles and will post/update this with time. I will also be grouping it, along with the two k98's that I posted earlier in the thread. I'll post an update with the results once I have a chance to do so. With an excellent match trigger, heavy barrel and gigantic stock it should shoot quite well. A friend of mine that has one got 1 MOA in a quick test with his example, but we both think these will do better.

    Here is a previous thread with some of the IDF k98's

    https://forums.gunboards.com/showthr...-sniper-rifles






















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    Top: Original configuration k98 sniper with the 4x post reticle Wild Heerbrugg scope
    Middle: IDF field modified k98 sniper with a welded IDF mount and a 6x Nimrod scope
    Bottom: SP66 sniper with a 10x Nimrod scope







    Here are a few pictures I was able to find of the SP66 being used


    Israeli soldiers






    Indian special forces sniper




    Police officer in Malta (unconfirmed, just a guess)

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    Very nice rifle! I am not 100% sure if the IDF even used the original Mauser mount and scope, or for whatever reason they possibly kept the scope and mounts and sold the rifles only to the US.

    Since you mentioned other countries using the Mauser 66 SP: Germany had them in service with the GSG-9 Elite Police Unit. And both the Mauser 66 SP and the Mauser SR 86 were used by the GIS Elite Police Unit of the Italian Carabineri (military police). Attached some pictures showing them in Italian service (can't tell on the guy with the pixelated face if Italian too, possibly someone else can identify him based on the patch on his shoulder?).

    In these pictures it is visible the Italians used the 66 SP with the original Diavari 1.5-6x scope on the Mauser mount. Note the Italians used the Swarovski Habicht NOVA 3-12x50P scope on their Mauser SR 86, and they obviously liked to wrap the original green painted wooden stock with camouflage wrap. They also have the ring on the scope tube to have the SIMRAD KN 250 F mounted, and on some rifles they had the electronic fire control system installed - also visible in one picture.
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    And finally a picture of my former GIS Elite Unit rifle from Italy showing something unknown to most: Mauser even back then produced shorter barrels with factory fitted silencer - these were also used by the GIS in Italy (scope base, mount and scope not installed).
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    Great info - thanks for posting !


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    Excellent pictures and write up, Jimja.

    Dave, thank you for sharing!! You are a wealth of knowledge and I appreciate your input. SP66 info was hard to find.

    Here’s my SP66 w/ 10x Nimrod for viewing pleasure. Mine has been reworked at some time by the Israelis, the serial has been renumbered at least once.






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    This post is a solid 10/10. Beautiful rifles to all who showed them. I had the chance to buy one without knowing what it was for a very low price. When I went back, of COURSE it was gone. Maybe someday.

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    Nice rifles guys . I think I have a SP66 with the original Zeiss Diavari ZA 1.5-6X variable power scope and mount. It even came with the original case.
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    Great stuff guys.
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    Some great rifle guys! What does a SP66 with scope and bipod go for today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06sandstone View Post
    Nice rifles guys . I think I have a SP66 with the original Zeiss Diavari ZA 1.5-6X variable power scope and mount. It even came with the original case.
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    Very nice rifle!!!
    What is the 2-letter date code?

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    Robustly done..great informative photos to thanks..<>< Dan
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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Very nice rifle!!!
    What is the 2-letter date code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06sandstone View Post
    77
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    Awesome--- thanks!!!

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    Thought I would add a couple pictures of mine. When I ordered (2) in '99 Bob Reese (who I had purchased several snipers from) said he had an unusual one, would I like it - Duh, sure. Anyway, see the sling set up, definitely looks professional done. Also, the scope is unmarked except for NATO numbers and has a radiation sticker! Best I could do on the ranging reticle with out removing. Note the base has the last 3 of the rifle number. I had a sheet with Mauser manufacture date codes, but can not find. Anyone have one they can post. Also, I see these referred to as SP66, most of what I find is 66S (as Marked on the rifle or 66SP in books & flyers, which is it? Mine has seen quite a bit of use, lots of bumps & Bruises, but is dead accurate out to 700 yards (Furthest I have tried). I also said yes to an Israeli metal reinforced 4" thick "Soft Case". Enjoy pictures. Skid
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    Nice rifle sssniper. Love the certificate from Springfield Armory
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    Quote Originally Posted by sssniper View Post
    Thought I would add a couple pictures of mine. When I ordered (2) in '99 Bob Reese (who I had purchased several snipers from) said he had an unusual one, would I like it - Duh, sure. Anyway, see the sling set up, definitely looks professional done. Also, the scope is unmarked except for NATO numbers and has a radiation sticker! Best I could do on the ranging reticle with out removing. Note the base has the last 3 of the rifle number. I had a sheet with Mauser manufacture date codes, but can not find. Anyone have one they can post. Also, I see these referred to as SP66, most of what I find is 66S (as Marked on the rifle or 66SP in books & flyers, which is it? Mine has seen quite a bit of use, lots of bumps & Bruises, but is dead accurate out to 700 yards (Furthest I have tried). I also said yes to an Israeli metal reinforced 4" thick "Soft Case". Enjoy pictures. Skid
    Quite nice!!!
    Is the tan case the one with the Hebrew writing?

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    06Sandstone, thanks for date sheet, saved & Printed out !!
    AGG, Yes, more of a grey/tan. I also have a wood box for the Israeli M14.
    Interesting, Op dated '77 and mine '81, may lend more credence to a 2nd order
    about 4 years later?
    I also note my '81 has not been ground and is almost a Greenish color rather than Grey,
    maybe the earlier ones were grey or reparked?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sssniper View Post
    Op dated '77 and mine '81, may lend more credence to a 2nd order
    about 4 years later?
    I also note my '81 has not been ground and is almost a Greenish color rather than Grey,
    maybe the earlier ones were grey or reparked?
    Skid
    The Op in this case is me, my rifle is dated 1981, just like yours. Our rifles are 76 numbers apart. Both are Israeli contract and marked as such
    81turbota also has an Israeli contract, his is dated 1978

    The rifle 06sandstone posted, dated 1977, doesn't have any Israeli acceptant/proof markings. The serial number range is also off by ~5,500
    Since it doesn't have the Israeli acceptance proofs/markings and has the original matching mount and Zeiss Diavari scope it's not part of the IDF contract

    There isn't that much information about these out there, so all this is mostly based on observations and could change

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    Ooops, My mistake, mixed up pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimja View Post
    The rifle 06sandstone posted, dated 1977, doesn't have any Israeli acceptant/proof markings. The serial number range is also off by ~5,500
    Since it doesn't have the Israeli acceptance proofs/markings and has the original matching mount and Zeiss Diavari scope it's not part of the IDF contract

    There isn't that much information about these out there, so all this is mostly based on observations and could change
    You are correct. Mine was built for the Italian Carabinieri (national military-police force) per Classic Firearms

    Here’s there description And, Video.
    Brutus' Description

    The Model 66S sniper rifle, also know as the SP66, is a .308 Win chambered precision rifle built for the Italian Carabinieri (national military-police force) by Mauser Werke Oberndorf in Germany. These rifles have also been used by Israeli IDF and British SAS forces in their dedicated anti-terrorism taskforces. This rifle has a parkerized heavy tapered 24" barrel with 4" proprietary muzzle brake and an oversized trigger shoe. The walnut thumbhole stock is extremely customizable with adjustable length of pull and comb to provide the perfect support for the shooter. There is also a stippled palm swell to provide positive control of the rifle with the trigger hand. The rifle comes with a matching serialized heavy milled ratchet-lever detachable scope base with 30mm rings fitted specifically for the Zeiss DiaVari. ZA 1.5x6mm scope. This is the original factory scope for the rifle, and the Mauser logo is featured on the click adjustable elevation turret, and incudes a rubber eyecup. Full weight of the rifle, empty, with scope is 14.25 lbs. Internal 3 round magazine, chambered in .308 Winchester. The bolt rides in a carriage that slides in the receiver, allowing for a much shorter bolt throw and extremely smooth action. Excellent used condition, showing only slight handling marks in the parkerized finish.


    Video:: https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=...&v=W_nWwQ_Bk5w

    I found this tape on the gun case. “Umbria” Which turns out to be a region in Italy.
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    Serial #SG47511 is the rifle in the video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06sandstone View Post
    I found this tape on the gun case. “Umbria” Which turns out to be a region in Italy.
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    The case is quite similar to those supplied with the FN 30-11 (green and orange)!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sssniper View Post
    Thought I would add a couple pictures of mine. When I ordered (2) in '99 Bob Reese (who I had purchased several snipers from) said he had an unusual one, would I like it - Duh, sure. Anyway, see the sling set up, definitely looks professional done. Also, the scope is unmarked except for NATO numbers and has a radiation sticker! Best I could do on the ranging reticle with out removing. Note the base has the last 3 of the rifle number. I had a sheet with Mauser manufacture date codes, but can not find. Anyone have one they can post. Also, I see these referred to as SP66, most of what I find is 66S (as Marked on the rifle or 66SP in books & flyers, which is it? Mine has seen quite a bit of use, lots of bumps & Bruises, but is dead accurate out to 700 yards (Furthest I have tried). I also said yes to an Israeli metal reinforced 4" thick "Soft Case". Enjoy pictures. Skid
    Scope on your rifle is a Photonics 6x42 which is basically a Kahles scope, but licensed produced by Photonics. These are commonly found with various IDF rifles. The official designation of these rifles was the 66 SP. I honestly don't know how to read the terminology, but since this was "just" a military/police variant (and could exclusively be purchased by those) of the Mauser 66 S, I assume the P would indicate Police (since they very heavy and bulky construction would be way too heavy to be carried around by Military).


    Quote Originally Posted by 06sandstone View Post
    You are correct. Mine was built for the Italian Carabinieri (national military-police force) per Classic Firearms

    Video:: https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=...&v=W_nWwQ_Bk5w

    I found this tape on the gun case. “Umbria” Which turns out to be a region in Italy.
    This is correct. The ones that recently came to the market all originate from the Italian Carabinieri. They sold off these rifles to a wholeseller in Europe who then sold these to various US dealers. Most of them come in the original green transit chests of which many still carry the rifle number up to the region and some even the soldiers name who they were issued with. The Italians issued them with the scope that Mauser had recommended, the only additional item you can find are brackets with the Old Delft Night Vision scope. I have two matching number brackets to one of my rifles, one with normal Zeiss scope and one with the Old Delft scope (plus the carrying case for the Old Delft scope). Additionally I had posted pictures of my Italian Mauser 66 SP sniper rifle with factory silenced barrel above, as well as pictures of rifles in actual issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    The case is quite similar to those supplied with the FN 30-11 (green and orange)!!!

    Tony
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    And, Almost forgot about the eyepiece that came with it. Actually, I saw one on a scope pictured above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06sandstone View Post
    Here’s more pics of the case.
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    And, Almost forgot about the eyepiece that came with it. Actually, I saw one on a scope pictured above.
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    Thanks--- another green "KADDY" case:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Green-Hard-...-/143461022500

    I see that PPI made a brown "KADDY" case, as well:

    https://brandusedworks.hibid.com/lot...plastics-inc-/

    And an unmarked case, much like the FN 30-11 case:

    https://www.propertyroom.com/l/prote...source=SIMILAR

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    Woahr, are these really worth that much money? I think I have one or two spares (plus maybe 30 H&K PSG-1 transit chests..). If they weren't that bulky..

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    I had asked Clint with Classic Firearms how many SP66’s they had received.
    He answered today. Saying that he though it was 10.

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    Default Enter to win ! A SP66

    Anyone want a chance to win a SP66? Classic Firearms is giving one away. Good Luck .
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    The serial number of the rifle being giving away. SG43503
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    Thanks for posting. I knew of them but never seen pics of them. With all that weight the precision shooters that go to the precision shooting/long distance matches probably wouldn't use them due to the 14lb weight. Those rifles stocks are massive. Frank

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    Can anybody recommend a good set of 26mm scope rings to use with this rifle?

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    Great post. always wanted a sp66.

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