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Pakistan's Service Rifle (G-3, Type-56) Replacement Competition 2016.

Which rifle should win the competition?

  • FN-SCAR-H

    Votes: 231 43.3%
  • Beretta ARX-200

    Votes: 59 11.1%
  • CZ-806 Bren2

    Votes: 113 21.2%
  • Kalashnikov AK-103

    Votes: 116 21.8%
  • Zavasta M21

    Votes: 15 2.8%

  • Total voters
    533

bhola record

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elaborate please. unless they are some kinda warlords and law unto themselves, service personnel are subject to the law and are not permitted to possess firearms which are not part of the standard kit.
does that apply to special forces?
 

Great Janjua

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AK 103 perfect weapon for our environment as it requires little maintenance yet stays true to the fighting cause. I've seen countless quality tests on this weapon one such test was a gun busters test,Continuous firing of weapon until it fails the AK 103 managed to last an astonishing barrage of 1400 rounds non stop that is an incredible feat, Tells you a lot about the quality of the weapon,A Must have for our LEA'S to replace the old heavy AK'S.In My opinion we should go for tot and the army should adapt the AK 103,But with picatinny on the hand guard which is absent from the ones at least I have seen arriving in Pakistan recently am sure of it,But I cannot recall if the top cover mounted picatinny were present or not.
 

The Terminator

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Pakistan Army should include new generation rifle testing criteria such as the firearm stability and accuracy while bunny hopping or mid air jumping through the roof tops, hip fire accurately to 100 meters with rifles too, for the satisfaction of our futures prospective soldiers. The young people who are at home due to Covid for almost 2 years now and have honed their tactical skills well and CQB training sessions at home. Otherwise they may refuse to join the not so exciting military. :chilli::rofl:
 

Ahmet Pasha

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On the contrary...
İ think in WoT early on some officers bought some Nato/Chinese attachments which were easily available from Hayatabad/Bara markets and border areas.

Then it became a unit level thing where officers would get attachments/optics for their units. İ believe this is standard practice now (correct me if I'm wrong).
CQB training sessions at home.
You mean fighting with the wife and kids??
 

The Terminator

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what made you think that officer can afford an M4
Price of a decent M4/Ar-15 maybe around 1000 to 1200 $ in the US. Our officers families run their businesses in the US too. So why the heck they can't afford a pathetic M4 being sold there like candies :chilli:. Whereas an under average American Joe could have a stockpile of those rifles dumped under his bed.
You mean fighting with the wife and kids??
I talked about the kids, students playing video games continuously day & night due to Covid holidays for almost 2 years.
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Price of a decent M4/Ar-15 maybe around 1000 to 1200 $ in the US. Our officers families run their businesses in the US too. So why the heck they can't afford a pathetic M4 being sold there like candies :chilli:. Whereas an under average American Joe could have a stockpile of those rifles dumped under his bed.
sirjee the thing is army officers have different backgrounds.Some are son of JCOs, some generals,some businessmen, some of them have poor background.
One thing can work,a license from colt which i dont think will ever happen or maybe.
 

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