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  1. 1

    Anish

    can someone clarify if its ak-103 or ak-103m? i hope they r going for ak-103m.

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    Sunny

    So are we going for the basic AK-103 and not the newer AK-103m. If that’s the case then it’s a bad choice from future perspective even if price is low.

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  3. 3

    Venky

    The overall picture for Rifle requirements is missing. India has armed forces (infantry , special forces, RR) , central police forces (BSF, coast guard, CRPF, CISF, BSF…) and state police forces requiring millions of assault rifles. Now we have
    1. 7.62 x 51 mm AR 15 based battle rifle : STIG seur 716 shortlisted. For regular infantry
    2. 5.56 x 45 mm AR 15 based carbine : Caracal 816 shortlisted . For close Quarter combat.
    Both above need common training programs.

    3. 7.62 x 39 mm Klashinkov based assault rifle : AK 103 shortlisted . For anti insurgency operations.

    This standardization is good and we need to endure all our forces are equipped with one of them only to reduce costs by make in India , improve logistics, improve training since we have only two families of rifles.

    I hope if at all OFB is continuing to design a rifle they base it on open source design of AR 15 and not copy from Everywhere like in INSAS.it has been disaster. I also hope the OFB made round is as lethal as the ones in US or Russia.

    Suggest you write an article on why of these selections.

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  4. 4

    anish

    can someone clarify if tis ak=103 or ak-103m? hope its the latter.

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    daljiba@gmail.com

    no weapon can beat the Israeli TAVOR 7 rifle which has a better range ,shorter in length and lighter in weight and better lethality

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