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I am interested in buying a 9mm Handgun and have compiled a list of these Handguns along with their prices in Pakistan. I need Pak member's help in updating this list to 2015 Price Levels. Kindly feel free to add your favourite 9mm handgun and its current Price at your favourite Gun Dealer. Any and all information regarding 9mm Hand gun would be deeply appreciated.
9MM HANDGUN PRICES IN PAKISTAN
PAKISTANI CLONES :
1. Locally Made Clone of NP-22, 9mm Pistol Rs. 16,000
2. Locally Made Clone of Zigana F, 9mm Pistol Rs. 17,000
3. Locally Made Clone of Beretta 92FS / Stoeger Cougar 9mm Pistol Rs. 25,000
4. Locally Made Clone of Glock 17 / 19, 9mm Pistol Rs. 36,000
1. Norinco NZ-85B, 9mm Pistol, Rs. 40,000
2. NP 34, 9mm Pistol, Rs. 40,000
3. CF 98/NP42/QSZ-92, 9mm Pistol, Rs. 45,000
1. CZ 999 (Skorpion) (AKA Charles Daily ZDA) 9mm Pistol, Rs. 60,000
2. EZ 9, 9mm Pistol, Rs. 60,000
1. Tangfolio Viper, 9mm...
As i stated earlier, the situation in Yemen is escalating to a point of no return. It has begun!
Saudi warplanes bomb Houthi positions in Yemen
Staff Writer, Al Arabiya News
Wednesday, 25 March 2015
Warplanes of the Royal Saudi Air Force bombed the positions of Yemen’s Houthi militia and destroyed most of their air defenses, Al Arabiya News Channel reported early on Thursday.
Arab Gulf states had announced that they have decided to “repel Houthi aggression” in neighboring Yemen, following a request from the country’s President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi.
In their joint statement Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait said they "decided to repel Houthi militias, al-Qaeda and ISIS [Islamic State of Iraq and Syria] in the country.”
The Gulf states warned that the Houthi coup in Yemen represented a “major threat” to the region’s stability.
It also accused the Iranian-backed militia of conducting military...
Both of the main bridges in the Turkish city of Istanbul have been closed by security forces, reports say.
Traffic has been stopped from crossing both the Bosphorus and Fatih Sultan Mehmet bridges, but no reasons have been given.
There are also reports of military aircraft flying over the capital Ankara, with gunshots heard.
It is unclear if the events are related and there has been no official information so far on the deployments.
- Confirmed as a possible Coup. Sad sad day!
India bombs Pakistani Cricket yet again.
Why are we not surprised that there is a bombing carried out in Lahore at this particular time, let me tell you why, because we all knew it was going to happen as soon as Pakistan Super League announced that the final of the PSL-2017 was going to be played in Lahore. So who exactly doesn't want the return of sports in Pakistan? - The answer to that is quite simple, its India. That is because India was behind the brutal terrorist attack on the Sri-Lankan cricket team in Lahore in 2009 in order to deny Pakistanis the sense of stability and normalcy which would have arrived with co-hosting the cricket world cup. Why would India allow normalcy to return to Pakistan when its pumping billions into terrorism to create the opposite in Pakistan?
According to security sources intelligence agencies had already warned of a major terrorist attack. Lahore was being seen as a potential hot spot for terrorist activity in light of a major sports...
Gwadar Port opening on Sunday
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By Hanif Khalid
November 10, 2016
Print : National
ISLAMABAD: The civil and military leadership of China and Pakistan will open international port at Gwadar on Sunday. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif will see off Chinese containers leaving for Africa.
Heads of the armed forces, diplomats, chief ministers of Balochistan and other provinces and other dignitaries will be invited for this event in the next 48 hours.
Defying designs of India and its allies, loading of 300 containers will be completed on Saturday and they will depart from the port the next day.
To counter Gwadar, India has invested $12 million in Iran’s Chaubahar port, which is no match to Gwadar port. Balochistan Chief Minister Sanaullah Zehri is going to China on invitation next month.
Turkey airport attack: Explosions and gunfire reported at Ataturk International airport in Istanbul
Two explosions and gunshots have been reported at Ataturk airport in Istanbul, Turkey.
Several people have been wounded in the attack on the capital's main international airport, according to Turkish news broadcaster NTV.
While reports claim that gunshots were heard in the airport car park, video footage shows people running for cover inside the terminal building.
Witnesses told CNN taxis were ferrying wounded to the hospital.
In December an explosion on the tarmac at Sabiha Gokcen airport in Istanbul killed a cleaner.
Over the last few months Turkey has suffered a number of bombings linked to Kurdish rebel groups and Isis.
Ataturk airport is the third busiest European airport after London Heathrow and Paris's Charles De Gaulle.
The oplot M has been considerd over the MBT 3000. It is official that Pakistan will not pursue the MB-3000
Certain change will be made.Allow me to further explain. The Ukrainians have offered the tank a standard version.
Plus Demand of local manufacturing of spare parts.
When I say local yes I say with confidance that we have demanded that 60% of the components be made in Pakistan.
Government Girls College
School in Larkana
Heavy firing continues for the last about 50 minutes between Pakistani and Afghan forces at Torkham border over construction of gate at the border.
Pakistan Navy : The Phoenix Rises
By: "Oscar" from team Pakistan Defence
Traditionally, the Pakistan Navy has been the stepchild within the branches of the Pakistani military. This has to do with the lack of understanding by the major decision influences within Pakistan’s military procurement programs; in this case, the Pakistan army, which tends to hoard the military budget(willingly or by virtue of size), followed by the Pakistan air force. Ironically, the Pakistan air force officers due to their greater exposure and generally better education in terms of military objectives in training (due to better quality syllabi and a much more selective plethora of candidates that become officers) are much more aware of Pakistan and its military deficiencies, but tend to be selfish when it comes to budgetary requests (as all individual branches within the world military forces are).
Another reason for the stepchild treatment has to do with the generally expensive nature...
Weapons made in Pakistan
I was just pissed at some members who were saying that pak didnt have a military industrial base. So decided to make a thread on this topic. Would appreciate help in compiling.
Guys lets try not to repost images if they have been posted earlier in this thread.
You can give detailed info on the things I've enumerated in the beginning with wiki links / def. pk thread link [like I did] ----or---- post data here with different image
Highly placed industrial sources have indicated to me that the deal for advanced Avionics, Radar, EW suite, HMD/S and MICA Missiles for PAF's JF-17 Thunder jets is back on the table. The deal was postponed after India removed Rafale from its MMRCA. Now that the Rafale deal with India is stalling, the French are willing to sell the whole package PAF wants for its Thunder fleet.
#Pakistan conducts successful test launch of #Shaheen-3 SSM,capable of carrying nuclear,conventional warheads to range of 2750 KMs
Pakistan successfully tests Shaheen-III missile
Posted: March 09, 2015 - 1345 PKT | Comment
Pakistan successfully tests Shaheen-III missile
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RAWALPINDI: Pakistan on Monday conducted a successful test launch of Shaheen-III Surface to Surface Ballistic Missile, capable of carrying nuclear and conventional warheads to a range of 2,750 KMs.
The test launch was aimed at validating various design and technical parameters of the weapon system at maximum range.
According to an ISPR press release, the successful launch with its impact point in the Arabian Sea was witnessed by senior officers from Strategic Plans Division, strategic forces, scientists and engineers of strategic organizations.
Director General Strategic Plans Division, Lieutenant General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, while congratulating the scientists and engineers on achieving yet...
Pakistan and China on Thursday agreed to a multi-billion dollar deal that would see Beijing provide eight submarines to the Pakistan Navy, in an agreement that analysts are calling the largest-ever defence deal China has agreed to with any country.
Despite the magnitude of the deal, government officials did not provide any details, even declining to confirm the size of the transaction. However, the composition of the Chinese delegation with which the agreement was reached suggests that the arrangements have been struck for purchase of eight submarines.
“Pakistan and China have reached an understanding on matters of defence cooperation relating to Pakistan Navy,” announced the finance ministry after a meeting with Chinese authorities. “Financial arrangements to this effect were also concluded.”
According to a briefing that the defence ministry gave to parliament in April this year, Pakistan was negotiating a deal for acquisition of submarines from China. In the same month, the...
JF-17 Thunder: Made for the PAF
18-09-15 by @Oscar
The JF-17 is the first aircraft that has been essentially built within the organizational boundaries of an Air Force. Unlike most projects throughout the world where private or semi-private firms are contracted and then through a liaison the development of a project carried out; the JF-17 has been imagined from the ground up and developed through constant input from both those flying and maintaining aircraft in the PAF- within the PAF - for the PAF. Whilst the many rumours that our ever so cynical neighbours in the east throw at us regarding the contribution of Pakistan in designing and manufacturing the JF-17; that debate is well documented by the PAF itself and available to the public.
However, both recently and at the time of its inception; there have been many who have opposed the JF-17 and advocated other aircraft in its stead. There have been those who accuse the PAF of cowardice in the face of its primary threat and call...
Please note: It's nothing serious and not a long write-up on my part, i know i have missed some important topic. I have taken most of the content of the internet and have made sure to provide a source. And also note that, i am speaking in context of this region. Which also includes AJK. AJK and GB will equally benefit a lot from CPEC. It is supposed to be an informative and exciting read(hopefully). I have not looked to counter any conspiracy theories.
And as always, any suggestions are welcome. Please point out any mistakes.
CPEC and it’s benefits to GB
Published on Pakistan Defense
The Karakoram mountain range, Astore Valley. — Photo by Najeeb Mahmud
Gilgit-Baltistan, also known as ‘The Jewel of Pakistan’...and rightly so, the region holds some of the most breath-taking views in the world, from the highest peaks in the world...
JF 17 is the wrong air craft for the armed forces of Pakistan. Even though it has been inducted with a great fanfare and extremely positive results---this aircraft is a little too small aircraft to do the job right when facing the likes of IAF.
On its own merit---the JF 17---for its size has one of the best overall packages available in the industry---air to air---air to ground and air to sea---.
So---in order to have balance in its air arm---Pakistan will have to purchase multiple other platforms.
We have the F16's and possibly no more F 16's----.
We need a medium strike aircraft---with the likes of a JH7B with aesa---this aircraft is like the tornado---. This aircraft can carry 8-10 anti ship missiles and still can defend itself with BVR missiles as well. In the Growler mode, this aircraft take the potency to fight back the enemy to a new level.
Pakistan also need an air superiority type aircraft----like the J 10B----or the J 11---and then on top of that---Pakistan will...
'If ever India loses its patience after repeated terror attacks and decides to retaliate against the terrorist camps, Pakistan may term that a conventional military attack and invoke the nuclear option.'
'This is a way to continue with terrorism without retaliation.'
Top nuclear scientist Dr R Rajaraman, emeritus professor of theoretical physics at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, believes Pakistan's growing nuclear arsenal is a matter of great concern to India with the Nasr missile being of special concern.
The co-chair of the International Panel on Fissile Materials and a member of the world scientists permanent panel on Mitigation of Terrorists Acts, Dr Rajaraman, below, left, tells Rediff.com contributor Rashme Sehgal why an alarming nuclear story is unfolding in the sub-continent.
Pakistan has the fastest growing nuclear programme in the world. By 2020, it is expected to get 200 nuclear devices most of which are targeted at India.
While countries around the globe are...
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