Litton M845

The Litton M845 is a Gen II, X1.5 sight, known in the IDF as “Litton” after its maker. It entered service in the IDF in the mid-1980's and served for over a decade until replaced by the the AN/PVS-12 Aquila in the mid-1990's.

IDF SF team posing in full gear. Front row, from right to left - two operators armed with M16A2-E3, a operator armed with a CAR15, and an operator armed with a CAR15 fitted with a M845 X1.5. Seen in the background is an operator armed with a CAR15 fitted with an El-Op Eyal X3.

YAGAL operator armed with a Colt Commando fitted with a M845 X1.5 during training.

PALSAR Golani snipers during range training. SWS seen are Mauser 66SP (foreground) and M14 (background) fitted with M845 X1.5.

PALSAR Golani team posing in full gear during training. Left operator is armed with a suppressed Micro Uzi and carrying a RAFAEL Limor collapsible ladder; top row middle operators are armed with Negev Commando (left) and standard Negev (right); lower row middle operators are armed with M4A1 fitted with Aquila X4; right operator is armed with a M4A1 fitted with a M845 X1.5. Note Smiley compensators on all M4A1.

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