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POF-X is a modern self-defense weapon chambered in 9x19 Para. It has been produced by POF and being sold by Wah Industries LTD, a subsidiary of Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF). It's a modern self-defense weapon, that is being offered to civilian users in Pakistan at an attractive - introductory price tag.

If any of our members want to buy this handgun, you can follow the links below.
Contact Details: exports@pof.gov.pk sales@wahindustries.com
 
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POF-X is a modern self-defense weapon chambered in 9x19 Para. It has been produced by POF and being sold by Wah Industries LTD, a subsidiary of Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF). It's a modern self-defense weapon, that is being offered to civilian users in Pakistan at an attractive - introductory price tag.

If any of our members want to buy this handgun, you can follow the links below.
Contact Details: exports@pof.gov.pk sales@wahindustries.com
Here comes another copy of Beretta. POF please if you want to steal a design then at least steal a design of modern day handgun design not a 50 year old one.
 

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Here comes another copy of Beretta. POF please if you want to steal a design then at least steal a design of modern day handgun design not a 50 year old one.
It’s ok. We gotta start somewhere. Afterall China not long ago was being criticized for reverse engineering. We will make it one day :)
 

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Why are soldiers not issued side arms? Why only officers get side arms in addition to their main weapon.
 

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Why are soldiers not issued side arms? Why only officers get side arms in addition to their main weapon.
Pistols have been issued to soldiers as well in some Scenarios especially in WoT. Pistols are less useful in modern conventional warfare than one might think, due to the longer ranges where they become ineffective plus modern body armor which can stop them very easily.
However I still think sidearms should be issued to soldiers and I’m sure with time they will become standard too. Hopefully one of these local options.
 
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POF-X is a modern self-defense weapon chambered in 9x19 Para. It has been produced by POF and being sold by Wah Industries LTD, a subsidiary of Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF). It's a modern self-defense weapon, that is being offered to civilian users in Pakistan at an attractive - introductory price tag.

If any of our members want to buy this handgun, you can follow the links below.
Contact Details: exports@pof.gov.pk sales@wahindustries.com
Pakistan is a thriving arms market, it should ask US manufacturers to set up plants in Pak to make weapons for domestic market. Cost of production in pakistan will be lower compared to USA.
 

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Here comes another copy of Beretta. POF please if you want to steal a design then at least steal a design of modern day handgun design not a 50 year old one.
Dude what is a modern design. This is a time tested design if you are trying to compare this with a Stryker fire gun then that is an apple to orange comparison.
 

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Why are soldiers not issued side arms? Why only officers get side arms in addition to their main weapon.
name one country where a soldier carries a pistol. what would be the reason for a soldier carrying a short range (and relative to a rifle) inaccurate weapon?
 

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Why are soldiers not issued side arms? Why only officers get side arms in addition to their main weapon.
"The Officer Pistol and Army Tradition

For centuries, commissioned Army officers were looked at as a breed apart from the riff-raff in the ranks. As War History says, officers came from the nobility; carrying swords rather than pikes or bows marked them as elite. Carrying a pistol served the same purpose: it was more of a close-quarters weapon than a rifle, so it seemed braver and more chivalric for officers to carry a pistol rather than a longer-range weapon." https://work.chron.com/army-officers-required-carry-pistols-24321.html
 
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name one country where a soldier carries a pistol. what would be the reason for a soldier carrying a short range (and relative to a rifle) inaccurate weapon?
No offense. But in our times that is a bit of a stupid question. Almost every nation has side arm issued to officers. Unless they are higher up the chain away from the frontlines.
 

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POF-X is a modern self-defense weapon chambered in 9x19 Para. It has been produced by POF and being sold by Wah Industries LTD, a subsidiary of Pakistan Ordnance Factories (POF). It's a modern self-defense weapon, that is being offered to civilian users in Pakistan at an attractive - introductory price tag.

If any of our members want to buy this handgun, you can follow the links below.
Contact Details: exports@pof.gov.pk sales@wahindustries.com
Can civilians buy guns .... I thought licences were banned
 

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Some considerations. POF should make a flaired magwell and it slide should have a way for mounting a RMR.
 

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