DSR is a gas-operated short-stroke piston rifle. Indian Army has been one of the largest users of DSR & its different versions have been supplied by its Russian manufacturer Kalashnikov.
Wow, they look hideous. Cmon now resident optimist @randomradio dost hai mera, and I like everyone else enjoy his posts thoroughly, disagreements whatsoever are friendly.
This ought to be a collector's item for you. You can test it's efficacy in OFB on them or the ones in HAL , whenever you're mad considering you can't use it on resident optimist here .
Well, I didn't mean you fire them but use them as a club.Wow, they look hideous. Cmon now resident optimist @randomradio dost hai mera, and I like everyone else enjoy his posts thoroughly, disagreements whatsoever are friendly.
That’s a revolutionary technology right there.
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Small Arms Factory, Kanpur, launched a new state-of-the-art .32 bore revolver ‘Prahaar', on Friday.
GM of the factory AK Maurya while elaborating over the features of `Prahaar' said, "This product is being manufactured under ‘Make in India mission’ and its trial has been successful. We expect to get a positive response from dealers as well as buyers in the civil market."
"Its range is up to 50 metre and has cerakoted surface finish (black and titanium), which provides enhanced resistance against corrosion. It has a wooden grip for better ergonomics," he said.
Those present during the launch were assistant general manager Tushar Tripathi, AGM Rolly M Varma and joint general manager Pawan Kumar.
Small Arms factory launches .32 bore revolver ‘Prahaar’ | Kanpur News - Times of India.
The best part it won't cost less than 1 lakh rupees to buy this junk. You could get a glock in that caliber for 20% of that cost in the U.S.That’s a revolutionary technology right there.
Wonder how Babus at OFB Kanpur have such futuristic and visionary Brains(or whatever they have in that space)
oh ooh, the roots of that issue lie in RKBA, which seems to be taboo item in India.The best part it won't cost less than 1 lakh rupees to buy this junk. You could get a glock in that caliber for 20% of that cost in the U.S.
Also Babu's are not to be blamed here turns out there are a lot of caste politics and union politics inside SAF Kanpur. Also the workers are paid extra hours for overwork which they do it buy sitting in the working hours doing nothing and later taking the overwork hours to do minimal work. The work culture is extremely lethargic combined with caste politics and union politics. This shit is far more complex than we are understanding. Corporatisation has been the best think that has happened and these useless workers will finally get fired out of job. It's middlemen corruption and lower level. Like everywhere in India...
Source: relative who works in SAF Kanpur..
Unfortunately. I was amazed that these type of things would exist turns out even small time netas lobby for their group to get some orders on supplying parts. It's a pretty sad state of affairs. That's why we are getting literally 70's junk out of ofb's..oh ooh, the roots of that issue lie in RKBA, which seems to be taboo item in India.
lol 1000USD for Ak's that retail for 700 bucks that too from the factory. Only in India man. Lets just hope that bunch of generals and bureuecrats don't have to be behind bars few years down the line.@Milspec
You were wondering about the price of the AK-203.
Sources said that as per current discussions, the rifles – to be made by a joint venture between Kalashnikov and the Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) – are expected to cost under Rs 70,000 a piece, significantly cheaper that US made rifles.economictimes.indiatimes.com