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  1. 1

    Rahul

    So SIG716 G2 Patrol will not be made in india ?

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    1. 1.1

      sanjay

      NO Rahul…for make in India the numbers are small and its requires a whole new ecosystem to at place..we need it on emergency basis and thats all

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  2. 2

    Tats

    Indian Army at its imported maal fascination best. Arjun MBT chucked, INSAS roadmap chucked, indigenous FMBT, TATA Kestrel chucked.

    Hope the Army Generals will now be able to afford Bentleys and Rolls Royces at their bungalows with the proceeds

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    1. 2.1

      patriot

      Arjun MBT is a piece of shit, it has critical design flaws and is generally a mishmash of ideas “inspired” by the leopard and the T72. Good riddance, DRDO chucklefucks are simply shit at their job. INSAS again is well known to be basically a danger to the operator, a rifle designed to only fire semi auto cooks off an entire mag randomly, and Tata is making a new and vetter APC derived from the kestrel.
      I dont know what commie shithole you live in but why should our soldiers be saddled with substandard and incompetently made weaponry so some swadeshi twat gets their rocks off?

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  3. 3

    Joydeep Ghosh

    “These images just dropped”
    For an Indian journalist, you know a lot of American slang haha 🙂

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  4. 4

    Vijay

    Helpful blog to know about Indian Army about their assault weapons, battlefield riffles SIG716 and modernize infantory troopers of Indian Army…
    https://youtu.be/qMdHLCze7iE

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  5. 5

    Suresh Rao

    Tavlor, Galil, Uzi, SiG716, CAR 816, AK-203, how may types of Rifles will the Indian Army procure ???? and to what end ? Are these indicative of adhocism and lack of planning ? What about Make in India ?
    Why can’t Ishapore make a new design assault rifle/s which is a possible successor to the INSAS ? Even a tiny country like Israel and Korea are making world class Assault rifles and we continue to import them merrily. We are making our own Arihant class Nuclear propelled SSBNs and we are stumbling on a simple Assault rifle ???

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    1. 5.1

      Hari Sud

      Bad assumption of Ishapore producing a good rifle from its outmoded manufacturing process and unionized workers.

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        Guru

        What would you do if your child got bad grades in school ? Take him out of school or focus on him more to get good grades ?

        If the Navy is the father, they will put more effort ( see the warships and submarines coming out from the Indian shipyards). If the Army is the father, they will take him out of school ( one bad rifle means they will buy foreign, first tank was up to mark- still they buy foreign)

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    2. 5.2

      Idiot

      First of all its tavor not tavlor
      The ak203 is going to be manufactured under the make in India project.
      The sig 716 is going to be used by the counter insurgency units.
      The galil, uzi and the favor are in use by the special forces as they require different and more reliable weapons according to their mission sets.
      The car816 is bought to replace the old sterling which has been in use since the world war 2.
      Please do not tell the ministry of defense what to do without ay prior knowledge.

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    3. 5.3

      Scholuseel

      First of all its tavor not tavlor
      The ak203 is going to be manufactured under the make in India project.
      The sig 716 is going to be used by the counter insurgency units.
      The galil, uzi and the favor are in use by the special forces as they require different and more reliable weapons according to their mission sets.
      The car816 is bought to replace the old sterling which has been in use since the world war 2.
      Please do not tell the ministry of defense what to do without ay prior knowledge.

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    4. 5.4

      sanjay

      Suresh sir-Some are used by special forces and for different purposes .we had imported earlier from German for NSG,Belgium,Austria and special forces like Marcos,CRPF etc have their own imported rifles .Make in india is for Russian AK 203-when numbers are in large scale only its possible.It requires a complete ecosystem to setup in place and if orders are in not large scale no manufacturer will find interest to setup base

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    5. 5.5

      anirban

      sir
      The only problem is the lack of monitoring of developments & lethargic approach of union led workers at defence factories. Being in a sarkari job all they want to sit around do nothing & have salaries

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  6. 6

    Pradeep

    Isha pore couldn’t make a functioning bottle opener let alone an assault rifle. They had examples of the world’s best assault rifles to copy and still managed to produce a sub standard rifle that no one wanted. We can’t afford to keep wasting money by giving them another chance. Their most recent efforts rejected by the army

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  7. 7

    Pramod S

    Import from Russia, import from Israel or whichever country… but never try to make your own substandard ones like INSAS.

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  8. 8

    Idiot

    First of all its tavor not tavlor
    The ak203 is going to be manufactured under the make in India project.
    The sig 716 is going to be used by the counter insurgency units.
    The galil, uzi and the favor are in use by the special forces as they require different and more reliable weapons according to their mission sets.
    The car816 is bought to replace the old sterling which has been in use since the world war 2.
    Please do not tell the ministry of defense what to do without ay prior knowledge.

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  9. 9

    unknown

    we don’t know how to create a new weapon

    better solution for it is we should clone imported weapon and alter the design

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  10. 10

    Rajat

    I was vocal about make in India until I read this article. It’s real experiences of a trained ex pilot. What bad machines HAL makes and how poorly they address problems is an eye opener.
    Read it before you about MAKE IN INDIA. Let’s not risk lives of our soldiers with sarkari fighter planes , helicopters and guns.

    https://www.livefistdefence.com/2020/06/the-truth-hurts-says-indian-navys-1st-dhruv-flight-commander.html

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