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Kefefs
EBO Kefefs-M.jpg
EBO Kefefs-M in greek lizard camouflage
Type Sniper rifle
Place of origin  Greece
Service history
Used by Greece
Production history
Manufacturer Elliniki Viomichania Oplon
Produced 1995
Variants See Variants
Specifications
Weight 4.4 kg (No scope/bipod)
0.32 kg (With bipod)
Length 1200 mm (Entire weapon)
Barrel length 675 mm (Barrel)
Crew 1

Cartridge 7.62 × 51 mm NATO
Action Bolt action
Muzzle velocity 840 m/s
Effective range 100 m (Minimum)
Maximum range 800 m
Feed system 5-round internal magazine
Sights Telescopic sight. Night vision scopes also accepted[1]

The Kefefs (Greek: Κηφεύς) is a Greek-made bolt action sniper rifle designed by Hellenic Arms Industry in 1995 and named after an ancient mythical king.

Variants

There are only two variants of the Kefefs:

  • Kefefs-M: A variant of the Kefefs made for military personnel coated with high-strength, heat-resistant camouflage paints with either forest or desert camouflage.[1]
  • Kefefs-P: A variant of the Kefefs made for police personnel with a slightly longer, heavier, externally fluted barrel and an oil-polished stock.[1]

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