Wednesday, November 26, 2008

OFB-Produced MBT Ammunition











13 comments:

Anonymous said...

isnt this from OFB website?

Prasun K Sengupta said...

Could well be, as I've uploaded the templates from the OFB's product-CD.

Anonymous said...

Sir,
What is the status of Indo-french Maitri SAM.Has it been cancelled???

Anonymous said...

this thing loox like from ofb website. prasun, like how u did for pof, please scan brochures and not webshots. we can also go to the websites ourselfs. the reason we come here is for something ''special''

Anonymous said...

damn, look at ajai's blog comm form

anonymous said...

what happend to prasun sir???

Anonymous said...

http://cache.boston.com/universal/site_graphics/blogs/bigpicture/mumbai_11_28/m18_17186531.jpg


Buddy, please copy paste the URL in ur browser. It is from the carnage in Mumbai. Is the gun that guy's holding an INSAS?

Waiting to hear from you.

Sontu said...

To Anon@4:27 AM,

I think it's a SLR, widely used by our Police and Reserve forces.

Looks this one
http://ofbindia.gov.in/products/data/weapons/wsc/15.htm

Regards,

Anonymous said...

Thanks Sontu.

Do you know of what origin it is? I know it's made by OFB India but is it licence manufactured or is it an Indian gun? I personally have not heard of "Rifle 7.62 MM 1A1".

Max said...

@Anon, 4:27:00 AM / 9:11:00 AM

It's a FN FAL / L1A1. The gun was originally of Belgian origin but India's variant is slightly different.

See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L1A1

Anonymous said...

Prasunji,

as u know PAKISTAN is buying MAR-1 Air-surface anti radiation missile from BRASIL.

what similar system does INDIA have?

pls reply soonest.

thanks

Anonymous said...

indiasquare stop advertise ur blog..

Prasun K Sengupta said...

From what I know thus far, Brazil's Mectron has developed the MAR-1 anti-radiation missile whose range is 25km when launched from an altitude of 10km. This type of missile will be used to target the radars of ground-based E-SHORADS and VSHORADS like the Spyder and Tunguska. As for the IAF's anti-radiation missiles, the 70km-range Kh-31P Krypton from Russia's Tactical Missiles Corp has been operational with the Su-30MKis since late 2002.