Licensed ones are normally modified for local adaptation and POF has done its fair share (according to our standards) of indigenous development.i meant develop not manfacture under license
do you know the meaning of indigenous?
look it up and then answer my question
POF manufactured rifles are less in the market but better and strong. Pakistani steel is a bit heavier than that of China and Russia but the rifles and pistols manufactured in POF are more efficient and strong in nature. Automatic weapons are not the items to be available in open market and the arms license policy for semi automatic weapons is too complicated and bound to political and administrative approach of an individual so the possession of arms is not encouraged. However in the underground market besides POF, homely Darra and Sialkot made light guns are available. The guns made in Darra are upto the mark or even better than those made in some of the other countries.if the guns are so expensive why cant pakistan ordinance factory make its own assault rifles?
when we can make missiles and nukes
how hard can a assault rifle be?
Those are probably the copies...? As far as I know.. though it is illegal to buy or own assault rifle in Indian Punjab.. it used to go anywhere from 1 lakh to 2 lakh rupees.. and those werent even original kalashnikovs but pakistani copy ak-56s.. 35 to 50 thousand sounds dirt cheap..In tribal areas of Pakistan a Klashnikov costs 35 to 50 thousand Pakistani Rupee nowadays.