Remington M24

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The Remington M24 is the IDF standard issue SWS, used by all infantry oriented units including both special and regular forces. The M24 entered service in the IDF in 1997, when replacing the M14. Its introduction was a landmark in IDF small-arms history as it represented a return to a bolt-action SWS by the IDF.

The M24 is built around a long Remington 700 action. It is fitted with a Leopold M3 10X40 or an Aquila X6 NVD, has a five rounds internal magazine and a lightweight composite H-S Precision stock with a length adjustable butt plate. The IDF M24 used today is unchanged from its original configuration nearly two decades ago, with the exception of an add-on compensator.

M24 SWS with all its accessories and storing case.

IDF M24 equipped with a MILES adapter.

IDF M24.

IDF M24 fitted with a Aquila X6 NVD. Seen on the right is a Negev's barrel.

A fully camouflaged IDF M24 SWS.

IDF weapons: foreground to background - M24 SWS, FN MAG and Negev.

IDF M24 SWS. The two middle weapons are fitted with add-on compensators.

Fully camouflaged IDF M24 SWS fitted with a add-on compensator.

IDF SF reserve sniper full gear seen here prior to deployment in the Territories. Visible are a camouflaged CAR15 fitted with a Meprolight Mepro 21 and a flashlight, camouflaged M24 and a camouflaged Litton Aquila X6 for the M24. Also visible are 5.56mm magazines for the CAR15 and 7.62mm rounds for the M24, medical supply and other tactical gear.

IDF SF reserve sniper fully loaded vest, backpack and helmet fitted with a Mit’zenfet. Also visible are a camouflaged CAR15 fitted with a Meprolight Mepro 21 and a flashlight, a camouflaged M24 and a camouflaged Litton Aquila X6 for the M24.

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