Joking aside, that sniper rifle is quite good for its intended customer, i.e., police.is this the best "Sniper rifle" that OFB can produce?
The only thing that matters in a good precision rifle is its action, barrel and trigger. Followed by a stock or chassis with good ergonomics.
This rifle is a derivative of IOF's .30-06 sporting rifle, which itself is a copy of Sauer 202. So there isn't any IOF level innovation going on in trigger or action; which is a very assuring fact.
The stock is a slightly modified Sauer 404 Sports stock. Considering the vertical pistol grip and the cheek piece, this should have a decent amount of ergonomics.
Only tweaks required are a good polymer alternative in place of whatever they are using in the name of stock. A better rail to accommodate NVs and good quality control (obviously the most important part as an IOF is involved). Otherwise it's an "adequate" rifle.
And as for your question, no they can definitely make better rifles.