- Apr 4, 2010
Long forgotten Anamika 9 mm sub machine gun. Was designed by OFB to be a replacement of the Sterling.
Well it was necessary to show to middle finger to the Germans who have suddenly turned human rights champion and refusing to sell arms to India, despite selling arms to Pakis and Saudis for decades.They copied an MP5 down to the damn sights this time.
Indeed it isIs it just me or can anyone else confirm that mechanism mentioned in poster says "Open Bolt"?
It's the OFB. If they can repaint a BMP 2 and call it a FICV, they can do anything. At 3.4kg it's heavy compared to mp5a3(6.45 pounds ~ 3kg).
No, on the above line it's clearly a delayed blowback. It's simply a lack of knowledge or jargon or to be fair, enthusiasm in OFBs.I guess expecting even MP5 is too much for OFB. They stuck an uzi operating mechanism in it. Same way they stuck an AK operating mechanism in JVPC.
Mostly because .32 can't even kill.
The best part about OFB revolvers (obviously after "wooden grip for better ergonomics") is the price...
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