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Pakistan Army APC Inventory

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  1. DESERT FIGHTER

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    MAULANA SAHIB,

    Are these in Pakistani inventory?
     
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    They are not in Pakistani inventory he is posting just to let you guys know that there are new vehicles in town.
     
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    Let me take the liberty of quoting @DESERT FIGHTER :

    "fk no"

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    These are merely suggestions. Specially MRAP one. Because I am fed up of seeing soldiers getting attacked and killed as they are travelling in those miserable Hilux.
     
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    All the developed or underdeveloped countries five their soldiers or policeman a nice secure car but in Pakistan police and army are given "tooty phooti" hilux. We need to upgrade our police cars in order them to attain much better efficiency from them.
     
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    Dude I am all for supplying troops good equipment but to supply the reserves alone with enough vehicles of this type would require at least 10000 vehicles. work out the cost.
     
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    A look into how the bradly IFV came about.
     
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    For police you need the equivalent of Nyala/RG12
     
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    Yeah pretty much.
     
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    This vehicle on Toyota Hilux could probably work. It apparently protects against 7.62x51mm NATO rounds and has a RWS. Wouldn't this be more cost effective for threats police face than RG-31?
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  11. DESERT FIGHTER

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    You want this:

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    To replace the usual policing vehicle:

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    Yes. trivia - do you see the vertial inverted L pointing forward - do you know what it is there for? You will see it on all our APCs as well. There is a reason but want to ask members to take their shot at it.
     
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  13. DESERT FIGHTER

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    Why would we import it when we build and export (Oman was the first customer) this:

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    Why dont you tell us?

    Also its an overkill, cops arent going to patrol and take criminals to court in am armoured vehicle. Unless they operate in a war zone.

    These hiluxs are used by beat cops for raids, patrolling and transporting assh0les (that includes cops).

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    They even have a light armoured version of it:

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    They got cars etc for usual business..
     
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    effect of armor.png
     
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    Wire cutter?