Infrared Sniperscope, Model M2

The U.S. Carbine Caliber .30

- Infrared -

Infrared Sniperscope

Model M2



Model M1


Model M2
(Early & Late)

Set No. 1, 20k volts

Model M3


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This page is under Research & Development

We think the story of this history is long overdue. With the resources available to us now versus 20 or 30 years ago we're making it happen. The amount of time involved is significant so please be patient.

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Research Assistance
Current Resources for You


If you own one of the infrared scopes used with the carbines, related equipment, or any related documents we have several ways to share any information you wouldn't mind sharing.

We have two short online surveys. They can be filled out online or downloaded in pdf format, printed out, filled in, then e-mailed or mailed to us. If it's easier for you just e-mail us and we can ask the questions. Instructions and the various options are available on the web page of each survey.

Survey #1

Infrared Sniperscopes & Snooperscopes
Models T120, M1 and
M2 (early & late)

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Survey #2

Sniperscope, Infrared
Set No. 1, 20,000 Volts
Sniperscope/Telescope Model M3

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Current Resources Online


The Newsworthy section of our forum has a number of different articles that include various articles on the infrared scopes and equipment used with the .30 cal. Carbines.

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Infrared Forum

In addition to providing a means to communicate with other owners and those of us doing the research there are short articles on the various aspects of the infrared equipment. Also several posts on the ongoing research showing contract numbers, dates, quantities, serial number blocks, and more that are updated as additional information becomes known.

Go the the Infrared Forum

Should you have questions, assistance is available on our Discussion Forum.

The Discussion Forum also serves as a reference desk for the more advanced material that could easily overwhelm a website and is often subject to opinions that may vary
due to a lack of original documentation. A number of researchers and authors are present on the forums, helping others and seeking information for various research projects.

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