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  1. 1

    Anonymous

    Shiv,any update on LCH..have been waiting for it for 3 weeks now.

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  2. 2

    Rahul Singh

    a new 5.56 mm Close Quarter Battle Carbine (CQB Carbine),
    Aren't army happy with TAR-21?

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  3. 3

    Anonymous

    Reflects the sad state of affairs with the INSAS

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  4. 4

    AK

    AK Antony will sit on these also like a fat duck and kill everything. Good luck Indian Army.

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    Anonymous

    about time the well paid but not so well delivering scientist of the DRDO did something about the INSAS, te basic infantryman's weapon. Ask any one and he'll prefer the AK over the INSAS. Why not let the private companies in? I'm sure the TATAs or the L&T or Kirloskars for that matter will come up with a better, more ergonomic and smarter weapon. Even the russian give their weapon designs to private firms/consortiums. But I guess the corrupt Ordnance Factory Boards will not let that appen in the name of indigenisation. After all there are millions to be raked in here.

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    Anonymous

    I agree. Why import Tavor? Can't we design something that's like that? And the INSAS's dirty brown colour can be changed

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  7. 7

    Shailendra

    I agree with above anonymous said. India's first problem is Corruption. Check properties of all politicians and their family. You can get money for 10 Super Carriers and 10 MRCAs ( least expectations ). DRDO and all other government firms are against participation of private firms in this field ? Why, because they can not stand in front of the competition posed by private firms. And may be then they have to work properly. I am sure they are just sitting there and doing almost nothing

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