Discussion in 'Indian Army' started by pavanvenkatesh, Mar 19, 2011.
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It's ours. they are in Pune for a multi national exercise
Okkk who are the others in the pic's
They include nine members of the Association of South East Asian Nations and eight observer States, that include India, Japan, Korea, China, Russia, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand. Myanmar was compelled to back out owing to elections and security issues pertaining to border infiltration.
What is the difference between INSAS LMG magazine and 1B1 Magazine.
Felt disappointed not see excaliber in Exercise
INSAS LMG magazine can hold 30rnds and 1B1`s 20rnds ..
INSAS / INSAS 1B1 with folding stock
The folding varient of 1B1 is shorter than AKM when it too folded ..
Manipur Police with Excalibur rifle
Excalibur rifle for Gujarat police. "State armed police have conducted trials for Excalibur and have suggested a few design changes, after which the procurement would be made."
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Look at the below link. Its a single barrel 5.56mm rifle under the name Rifle 5.56mm Mk 1C to be developed and produced by OFB and DRDO. How is it different from our regular INSAS rifle? Any info regarding this rifle??
Rifle 5.56mm Mk 1C is Excalibur ..
5.56MM MK1C is Excalibur with P-rail and 20rnd Mag, The older model is already inducted in IA ..
I thought induction of excalibur is in its final stages. Why release a press release as if they are starting the development now ? Just asking u know...
A more modified variant, Perhaps some features from MICWS ..
The Rifle 5.56mm Mk 1C is superior to INSAS 1B1 in terms of weight, reliability, compactness, and aesthetics and has a provision for mounting of accessories like Reflex sights / optical sights, etc. OFB can manufacture such rifles at the rate of 1,00,000 nos. per annum.
This information was given by Minister of State for Defence Rao Inderjit Singh in a written reply to Shri Rahul Shewale and others in Lok Sabha today.
I didn't know about Brig. Ray's demise. He is still shown in the member's list as 'Admin' last seen on Sept 25, 2015. Staff members may consider posting an obituary.
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