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    Posted: July/08/2014 at 02:52
Hi,

I would like to ask You for help with my old scope. My friend gave me some old "Haneka" scope, but I don't know what it is, where it is from and when it was made. I was asking for help on many forms, especially historical (second war) but nobody knows what it could be.
Maybe some of You will know what I have...I will be grateful for all help, and replies,
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Cool. It looks really old, that's for sure.  
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Son of Ed,

Yeah it is old and it was also painted with black. But who made it or where it was manufactured? No idea...and what is "Haneka"? I can't find anything about it. For me it looks like it was made in Finland or maybe Sweden...but I have got only this feelings looking on this strange name. Like I said I would be grateful for all help.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Kickboxer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July/08/2014 at 04:43

I have seen one before on a K98 Mauser.  It was an original sniper weapon, captured in WWII. All I know about it... sorry.

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Kickboxer,

You saw Haneka sniper scope (the same like my) on kar98k?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote koshkin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July/08/2014 at 10:34
Looks like an old Pecar-Berlin scope to me.
 
They made this configuration with this mount.
 
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Koshkin,

Thank You for this information, now I will try to find something about Pecar-Berlin scope, maybe that's the way to recognise this item.
Anyway, how much would it cost? I'm asking because I don't know the value of it. I bought it for maybe 50$.
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But what does Haneka mean?
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I have no idea what Haneka means. Perhaps Pecar made it for someone else.
 
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That is what I believe... Pecar made it under another name... but I don't know... they just look amazingly similar...
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It makes sense, thank You guys!
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Have a look at the name Haweka in lieu of Haneka.

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Looks to me like the type of mount system one might find on a Drilling or a double rifle obviously its intended to match up to a specific rifle. The Post reticle used to be a popular hunting reticle and particularly good in low light which makes me think dangerous game gun.

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Hi,
I was talking with some guy who knows old German language, and especially letters, and he told me like You did, that this is not Haneka but Haweka. So now I have got all informations about this scope. Urimaginaryfrnd You are also right about where it was mounted, because my friend who is a hunter told me that the mounted system was cut like it could be used on double rifle/drilling.
Anyway, thank You for Your help guys,
Best regards like always,
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