Question about strange HK G3 scope. Looking through some of my stuff I found a claw mount scope that I bought many years ago. It looks like a Hensholdt Model 1 With a standard claw mount but it is not marked that way. It is a dull black with JFY/NL In front of the elevation knob. The elevation knob is marked with H and T. There is a number on the side near the end of the scope and it is 11877 and that is in white.The windage knob is in English and it says one click 2.5 cm/100 m and L and R and are with directional arrows. The claw mount It’s just like any other claw mount. Just curious if anyone can help me with information on what I have here. It is in like new condition.
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Maybe a BWB scope--- pictures would be definitive!!!
It’s obviously not on the claw mount now but I have it and it is just like a regular HK claw mount.
I have not seen that marking!!!
J.F.Y. is a small arms dealer in the Netherlands (NL). Google is (sometimes) your friend.
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I checked into the JFY company but saw no evidence that they produced optics. I wonder if it is possible that they took German model one scopes and refinished them to look like this one. I was hoping someone would know the history of this. I compared it to a Hensholdt and the optics seem to be itentical.