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This is a thread dedicated for discussion, analysis & observations regarding the various Firearms, Electronics & Protection equipment used by Indian (as well as foreign) combat personnel. Even those pieces of equipment that have not yet been adopted by any force can be put up for discussion so one can keep track of developments in the field across the world.

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So any RFI (Request For Information) that the Indian Military/Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) put forth, any new Gun, Optic, Helmet, Vest, Armor technology, Night-Vision equipment, Radio communication gear or Ballistic Eyewear...anything the forces have, are planning to get, or something you think they ought to have - it's all up for debate & opinion.

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Advanced Assault Rifle
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Cornershot Weapon system developed by ARDE DRDO
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JVPC
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OFB 7.62mm belt fed General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG)
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7.62mm Ghatak Assault Rifle
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Para SF with GTAR and Tavor Tar 21 with folding bipod
In the pic:
1. TAR 21 stands for TAVOR assault rifle of 21st century.
The TAR-21 is the standard version of the Tavor. By changing some of the components it can be converted to any version, except for the Micro Tavor. The TAR-21 is usually fitted with the MEPRO 21 or MARS reflex sights.
2. GTAR also known as Tavor GRANADE launcher, which is a TAR-21 fitted with underbarrel grenade launcher and associated sights. In Israeli service the M203 is use. In Indian service the Turkish T-40 grenade launcher is used which replaces the forearm and covers the barrel.
 
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#Update

JVPC hit the Production line to fulfill the Police Forces' needs.
Joint Venture Protective Carbine (JVPC) is also known as Modern Sub Machine Carbine (MSMC). The Modern Sub Machine Carbine (MSMC) is an Indian submachine gun designed by the Armament Research and Development Establishment and manufactured by Ordnance Factory Tiruchirappalli of the Ordnance Factories Board.


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SPG personnel with FN P90 SMG.



Heckler & Koch PSG1 Sniper for outer layer security
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12 Deadly Weapons Of The Indian Special Forces

Indian special forces are among the best in the world and are battle proven, though they are special because of their ability the also differ by the weapons they use in their operations.

The weapons chosen by the Special Forces vary with the diversity of the operation, no similar weapon is used for all ops. Below for few weapons commonly used by the special forces of India that every aspirant must know to keep themselves updated:


Side Arms:

1. Glock 17

  • Origin: Austria
  • Cartridge: 9x19mm
  • Range: 50m
  • Forces using this weapon: Para commandos, Marcos, SPG, Garud commandos
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2.Pistol Auto 9mm 1A

  • Origin : India
  • Cartridge : 9x19mm
  • Range: 50m
  • Forces Using This: Para commandos, Marcos
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Sub Machine Guns

1. Heckler & Koch Mp5

  • Origin: Germany
  • Cartridge: 9x19mm / 10mm (auto)
  • Range: 200m
  • Forces Using This: NSG, Para Commandos, Marcos
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2. Uzi SMG

  • Origin: Israel
  • Cartridge: 9x19m / .45 (Automatic colt Piston) / .22 Long Rifle
  • Range: 200m
  • Forces Using This: Para commando, NSG
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3. Sterling SMG

  • Origin: United Kingdom
  • Cartridge: 9x19mm / 7.62x51mm
  • Range: 200m
  • Forces Using This: MARCOS, Para Commandos
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Primary Assault Rifles:

1. IWI Tavor

  • Origin: Israel
  • Cartridge: 5.56x45mm
  • Range: 550m
  • Forces Using This: Para commandos, MARCOS, Garud Commandos
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2. M4 Carbine

  • Origin: United States of America
  • Cartridge: 5.56x45mm
  • Range: 500m
  • Forces Using This : Para Commandos
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3. APS Underwater Rifle

  • Origin: Russia
  • Cartridge: 5.66x39mm
  • Range: 30m at depth of 5m
  • Forces using This: MARCOS
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4. Corner Shot :

  • Origin: India
  • Cartridge: 5.56mmx45mm
  • Range: 200m
  • Forces Using This: NSG
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Sniper Rifle:

1. Dragunvo Sniper Rifle

  • Origin: Russia
  • Cartridge: 762x54mm
  • Range: 800m
  • Forces Using This: Para Commandos
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2. IMI Galil Sniper

  • Origin: Israel
  • Cartridge: 7.62x51mm
  • Range: 300-500m
  • Forces Using This: Para commandos, MARCOS, Garud Commandos
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3. Heckler & Koch PSG1

  • Origin: Germany
  • Cartridge: 7.62x51mm
  • Range: 800m
  • Forces Using This: MARCOS, NSG
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These deadly weapons make our special forces deadly and add an important chuck in the armour for the forces. In the recent times, the Indian ordinance factory is going for a revamp and is planning to replace the foreign gun with Indian ones with specialized feature as per request of the Special Forces. One such example is the corner shot rifle which was made by DRDO post 26/11.With indigenisation of weapons and the men of special forces India is truly secure.
 

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Content is posted in collaboration with Team Shatrujeet. @HAMMER HEAD @Bornubus

In pic: PASGT style Ballistic Helmet in service with Jammu and Kashmir Police.
Good to see our officers and personnel combating terrorism, being equipped with modern equipments and weapons.
Apart from Indian MKU and TATA advance materials, certain other Indian companies are also providing these Ballistic Helmets to our security Forces.

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SM PASGT

Manufacturer - SM group India

Protection level - 9mm resistant (NIJ level IIIA)

Color - olive green

Weight - 1.2 - 1.65 kg depending on Size

Accessories - optional


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Content is posted in collaboration with Team Shatrujeet. @HAMMER HEAD @Bornubus

In pic: PASGT style Ballistic Helmet in service with Jammu and Kashmir Police.
Good to see our officers and personnel combating terrorism, being equipped with modern equipments and weapons.
Apart from Indian MKU and TATA advance materials, certain other Indian companies are also providing these Ballistic Helmets to our security Forces.

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SM PASGT

Manufacturer - SM group India

Protection level - 9mm resistant (NIJ level IIIA)

Color - olive green

Weight - 1.2 - 1.65 kg depending on Size

Accessories - optional


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I'm so getting a Tavor next year. ;)
don't. Shot it this year, it's not the sliced bread it's touted to be. For the money, there are better options out there. I was hell bent on getting one, after shooting it, don't feel like it.
Don't buy stuff without shooting it.
 
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Thats a deadly hit squad of Para Sf!
Its usually a 6 member with a buddy pair of 2. This one has 4 members.
Left to right:
Tavors
1. Under barrel Grenade launcher
2. Star-21
3. Tar-21
Last one is holding LMG called Pikka.

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I don't see a grenade launcher anywhere. And there's no STAR-21 either. :unsure:

What's interesting though are what appear to be cameras worn on the helmets of the first three.