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abingdonboy

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Just an observation-


Garuds tend to have much better arms handling skills; the rifle is almost always higher up the shoulder in a quicker ready position whereas with PARA (SF) a lot of the times they have their slings loose and almost carry the rifle around the waist. Garuds almost universally have strict trigger discipline- something very much lacking in PARA (SF)/Indian army in general

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Aditya Ballal

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Just an observation-


Garuds tend to have much better arms handling skills; the rifle is almost always higher up the shoulder in a quicker ready position whereas with PARA (SF) a lot of the times they have their slings loose and almost carry the rifle around the waist. Garuds almost universally have strict trigger discipline- something very much lacking in PARA (SF)/Indian army in general

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Since the Garuds are a relatively newer force, who have they used for training them, as even their equipment and weapons handling look a lot better? Anshu Antony on Twitter observed something else. I suggest members who aren’t on Twitter give this tweet a read.
 

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