- Jun 3, 2022
If some other chief said I can avoid saying false bravado
Yes.Against a raiding party of 47 naxalites where 21 have bows - arrows, 17 have SMLEs, SLR with 6 of them and 3 having INSAS.
And how would an anti-aircraft, anti-armour, long range fire support heavy machine gun would have averted all these?Yes.
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I've quite elaborately mentioned everything they need, I think you missed that part. I'm taking the pain of going through that againindiscriminate shooting in the general direction.
The range of 800-1200m and the portability of both ammo - gun is perfect for them. Ambushes always take place within 1,000mA MAG is a superior firepower for them
They need something that can sufficiently make the use of cover irrelevant without causing collateral damage. Currently they have everything from 9mm to 7.62mm (under-powered) and then from 51mm to 84mm (over-powered).single Milkol MGL
.50BMG is going to penetrate cleanly through the torso of the Naxal you are aiming, then through the tree behind him, then a mud wall, then the person peeing on the other side of the wall, then another tree and then finally through a women in the next village.collateral damage in village operations
We manufacture 12.7x108mm for our NSVTs so we would either need to import each round or source them from local manufacturers...and in both cases it's going to cost very high.we don't manufacture .50 BMG
A .50BMG would be 116 grams and a 7.62x51mm is 25 gram.carry way more 7.62x51mm ammo in place of .50 BMG
At this point the have absolutely zero surveillance in actual theatres of action. A single Chinese quadcopter can change the direction of an encounterdrones
Currently they have to literally beg for a helicopter to air force for even critical missions like MEDEVACaviation
Providing fire from above the jungle, beyond the range of enemy weaponaerial platform to shoot
Once Naxals enter jungle you can't do sh*tfoliage penetrating radar
Imagine how many they currently have?NVGs
Achha...You can use it as a anti material rifle
Going by your logic, we should just lay arms and surrender.
Yes...that's exactly my logic.Going by your logic, we should just lay arms and surrender.
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