• Manufacturer: Mauser
  • Model: SP66
  • Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO (.308 Win)
    .300 Win.
  • Barrel Length: 26.75" (680 mm)
  • Twist: RH 4 Grooves
  • Magazine: 3 round integral box magazine
  • Stock: Fully adjustable, thumbhole, target style wood stock.
  • Weight: 13.64lbs (6.2 kg)
  • Overall Length: 44.85" (1140mm)

The SP66 was designed and intended for both military and Law Enforcement use. It is a well made rifle, with a beautiful and very practical contoured wood stock. The SP66 is similar to, and can trace some of its roots back to some Mauser competition rifles. The rifle uses the Mauser short action with a very fast lock time, which is critical for accurate shooting. The rifle has a high reputation for being extremely accurate, and comfortable to shoot, though the wood stock and other older features make it less applicable to modern sniping.

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Mel Ewing

We do have one, but it is not for sale. They are no longer made and not a lot were brought into the states.

Juan Carlos

I need the takedown guide of this Mauser model, Somebody knows where find it??? Thanks!!

Highway Hughes

Would like to buy one of the SP 66 stocks. Understand that not that many made it to our shrores ,but there must be some around. maybe.

Mel Ewing

There are a couple. We have one here and will be doing a full writeup on it in the coming months. Very unique and cool rifles. Keep your eyes open on the various selling web pages around. They pop up occasionally.


Hello friends ! I have a Mauser SR 86 to sell if you are interested but
you will have to import it from Europe, Germany. I have the version
with 74 cm barrel in .308 Winchester. I know also a special handload
with which you can hold 17mm on 300 meters. When you are interested,
the price is 6.000 $ US Dollars. + Paperwork, shipping and export fees/taxes.
You also get a Zeiss Conquest 6.5-20×50 with it. Shipping I don´t know the
costs but we can deal with around 500 $ but will try to find a more economic
way. Think also that you have to deal with ITAR may be.

Benny Gebing

I just saw your note on the Mauser SR86.I don’t suppose that you still have it? I have two SP66s and an 83 Sport.Can always use another Mauser! Thanks!!


Mel – are you going to do a full review on this rifle, assuming that you still own one as mentioned above?


Yes we still own it, and yes, we plan to do a full review. Cool rifles. Its a part of the ‘Sniper Central Collection’


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