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PAKISTAN SEEKS THIS ASSAULT RIFLE


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important developments happening around India. PAKISTAN SEEKS POLISH ASSAULT RIFLES A Pakistani delegation visited Poland last
week to discuss procurement of some 500,000-800,000 assault rifles in a requirement that could
be worth US$2 billion. The potential of the acquisition and transfer
of technology related to the production of small arms and ammunition was the main topic
of talks between the board member of Maciej Lew-Mirski and the president of the Pakistan
Ordnance Factory (POF), PGZ SA said in a statement last Friday. Pakistan’s armed forces have been preparing
for a succession of years under the license of G-3 German rifles and Chinese type 56 rifles,
modelled on Soviet AK and AKM designs. This is the first of three such visits to
the Polish Armaments Group planned for this year. The delegation from Pakistan also visited
“Łucznik” Arms Factory in Radom, Tarnów Mechanical Plant, MESKO in Skarżysko-Kamienna,
and visited the training facility to familiarize with the equipment manufactured by the companies
from the PGZ Group and used by the Polish Armed Forces. Pakistan has a huge demand for small arms,
which is linked to the unstable situation in their region. South Asia’s arms race and
internal threats force the defense industry to expand its capabilities in the field of
modern weapons and ammunition. “The PGZ sees great potential in cooperation
with Islamabad, not only in the field of small arms but also in other areas of Pakistan’s
modernization program. Pakistan’s defense budget for 2017-2018 is close to $ 9 billion,
so it is definitely a fight,” said Maciej Lew-Mirski, a member of the board of PGZ SA.
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14 thoughts on “PAKISTAN SEEKS THIS ASSAULT RIFLE

  1. The thumb nail lookslike a shovel rather than a gun . Simply the picture is edited. The front weight of the gun is more than the back weight. How come u shoot strIght. EXCEPT ur comrades ass

  2. Waste of money! there are much better options to explore and unlike randia Pak. has a huge small to medium arms established industry.
    GAY HIND!

  3. Poland shouldn’t sell tech to Pakistan for various reasons. one being, they should not go against one of their own allies decisions not to sell for security reasons. If anything they should be co-operating with India who’s been a Allie on the battlefield.

  4. Considering that Pakistan 🇵🇰 has a well established small arms producing capacity, licensed to make copies of weapons; it’s highly unlikely that it would seek to procure weapons from Poland 🇵🇱. In any event. Poland does not have the means to produce this quantity.

  5. i mean its horrible pakistan is spending money on new rifles when it has to beg for money from IMF TO RUN ITS COUNTRY. FORIEGN EXCHANGE RESERVE IS ONLY 7 BILLION DOLLAR AND IMF HAS SAID THAT IT WILL GIVE 6 BILLION INSTEAD OF 12 BILLION DOLLORS AND THAT TO IN 3 YEARS IN AN INSTALLMENT OF 2 BILLION EACH YEAR. AND PAKISTAN 2019 BUDGET IS ON TV WHICH IS PUTTING A MOUNTAIN OF TAXES ON PAKISTAN'S PUBLIC TONIGHT.

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