The specifications also match up to the IWI Galil ACE 21 (8.5'' barrel)My biggest fear came true, The Indian Army wants that the carbines are required to be 650 mm long in foldable and 800 mm long in extended conditions and weigh no more than 3.3 kg. No AR-15 type rifle offers foldable stock or 650mm length in collapsed condition due to use of buffer tube. Only FN SCAR and SiG MCX remain qualified but SiG MCX is 3.4kg heavy so only FN SCAR Remains which is too too too much expenive to even dream of buying let alone reality, guess what... the specs were made specifically for OFB Carbine as Phashist Narinder Mudi once said Aatmanirbhar Bharat and Indian Army went too seriously.
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8.5” ki gun se kya ukhad lega tu?The specifications also match up to the IWI Galil ACE 21 (8.5'' barrel)
ACE 21 | TECHNICAL DATA
Rifling: 6 RH Grooves, 1:7″ twist
Barrel length (mm): 216 (8.5″)
Total length (mm): 730
Weight (Kg) (weapon only): 3
Rate of fire (approx. rd./min): 680~880
Yes one problem newly formed Iraqi army (of Republic) faced was lack of registration of firearms in armed forces during Saddam times, like they evaluated remaining kalashnikovs post all war stuff and outta bunch of some 1 and half lakh AK pattern rifles of different patterns only 12000 some were found to be registered or so,
Why yes it was indeed offered to the French when they were finding a replacement for FAMAS, and finally two contenders were left,
one was HK416A5's custom variant made for French forces,named HK416F
other was of course VHS-2, which had better chance over 416F because basic handling,ergonomics etc were quite similar to older FAMAS
but then like everywhere,politikz got involved and 416F was chosen over VHS-2.
Refer to this article (do use translator for better overview) - https://web.archive.org/web/2016070...amas-le-vhs-2-croate-meme-pas-peur-des-grands
Basically, a heads-up display that shows maps, waypoints, digital night vision, etc.Please tell us about the IVAS system.
As regards sensors we have currently acquired Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), Battle Field Surveillance Radars, Weapon Locating Radars, Long Range Reconnaissance and Observation System (LORROS), Thermal Imaging Intensification Observation Equipment (TIIOE), N Cross night vision equipment, Hand Held Thermal Imaging (HHTI) equipment, night vision binoculars and Unattended Ground Sensors. The quantities held are minimal and greater numbers are needed for improved Battle Field Transparency. Apart from these the Indian Army needs satellites as also Aerostats for wider coverage of its Area of Influence.
N cross night vision equipment What it could be?
2020 has been a crucial year for the Indian Army. The clash in Galwan in Eastern Ladakh with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) of China has compelled the Indian Army to accelerate the modernisation process to match the Armed Forces of China.www.freepressjournal.in
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