What optics does IDF use?

The IDF Ground Arm has selected American-made Leupold telescopes (manufactured by the Leupold & Stevens Corporation) as their telescopic sight of choice for ground forces snipers. The IDF has recently acquired the new Leupold Mark-6 telescopes and by the end of 2017 will have about 800 units in service.

What is the most elite IDF unit?

General Staff Reconnaissance Unit (formerly Unit 269 or Unit 262), more commonly known as Sayeret Matkal (Hebrew: סיירת מטכ״ל) is the special reconnaissance unit (sayeret) of Israel’s General Staff (matkal). It is the prime special forces unit of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).

Does IDF use AK 47?

Largely based on the Soviet AK-47, the Galil served as the service rifle of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) for nearly three decades.

Does the IDF still use M16?

Both the American-made M16 and M4 have been sold to Israel as part of US military aide over the past number of decades, and are still being used today by the IDF. Slowly, the IDF has decided to start phasing out these older guns in favor of the Israeli-made Micro Tavor.

Where are Meprolight sights made?

Akiva, Israel
Meprolight is an Israeli company, headquartered in Or Akiva, Israel, that develops and manufactures a wide range of optical and electro-optical sights and devices, thermal sights, night vision devices, and a wide range of night sights and tritium and LED illuminated products for security and safety applications, for …

What gun does Mossad use?

The Beretta Model 70 and the functionally identical Model 71, both in . 22 LR, have served with great distinction as the signature terminator pistol of the Mossad, the premiere intelligence agency of the State of Israel. The Beretta 70 was also carried by Israeli Sky Marshals.

What is the Amax in real life?

The CR-56 AMAX is based on the real-life IWI Galil ACE. A direct successor to the Galil seen in the original Black Ops game. It is an Israeli assault rifle well known for its reliability and versatility across a wide range of distances.