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    Correct SSG-69 scopes.

    I just got a nice Steyr and want to get some ideas on the best scope options. I like the idea of a fixed scope and know the Kahles is what many came with. I am curious of other scopes they may have come with or been issued with. Also if anyone has one they can part with let me know. Thanks.

    By the way these are awesome rifles, I cant wait to get my loads figured out.

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    Re: Correct SSG-69 scopes.

    If memory serves, it was mated with the Kahles ZF69, 6 x 42 mm fixed with BDC from 100-800 meters. It had the standard German post type reticle. A great piece of glass by the way!

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    Re: Correct SSG-69 scopes.

    longebow is correct.

    We just took a 100% new unfired SSG69 in on trade and it has the original scope and quick release rings (serial numbered to the rifle).




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    Re: Correct SSG-69 scopes.

    I got a US optics 1.8X10 with Erek elavation 37mm objective and it fits like a glove.

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    Re: Correct SSG-69 scopes.

    Mine which was bought in 1990 came with a Swarovski ZFM that is all steel as opposed the Kahles which arrived later I believe.
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