Information from:: http://world.guns.ru/sniper/sn40-e.htm
Operation: bolt action, manual repeater
Barrel: 585 mm
Weight: ? kg
Length: ? mm
Feed Mechanism: 5 rounds detachable box mag.
"Not too much known about this quite rare rifle. It was manufactured in 1980s for East Germany Police and Airport Security units. It is based on small-bore match rifle, but chambered for somewhat odd (for the sniper use) cartridge, 5.45x39mm, which intended for use in AK-74 Kalashnikov assault rifles. The accuracy of the rifle is not too great, say, 2 or so MOA with good ammo, and even worse with standard military issue ammo. The SSG-82 featured rotating bolt action with 4 lugs that locks into the receiver. The barrel is cold hammer forged. Gun is fed from detachable box magazine that holds 5 rounds. Standard scope is Zeiss 4X fixed power. The stock is made from wood and is adjustable for length of pull with rubber inserts".
Picture and information courtesy of: PIERANGELO TENDAS