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IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby casual shooter » Thu Mar 17, 2011 6:45 pm

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VISIT THIS SITE FOR THE ANMOL REVOLVER
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PRICE 110000/-
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby msandhu » Thu Mar 17, 2011 6:56 pm

Looks nice..Is it already in market ?
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby casual shooter » Thu Mar 17, 2011 6:59 pm

looks like a mark 4 enfield or webley
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby grewal » Thu Mar 17, 2011 7:27 pm

An extra inch of a barrel costs wooping 25k :shock:
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby The Doc » Thu Mar 17, 2011 8:18 pm

The barrel length is 127 mm which is slightly longer than 5 inches ! It was rumoured to be 4 inches initially .

The price of the short barrel version is Rs.84,082 (ex Kanpur) and that of a longer barrel version is 1,10,774 (ex Kanpur).

Will the buyers settle for a smaller, lighter and cheaper older version or go for "Anmol" remains to be seen.

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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby cottage cheese » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:01 pm

The IOF seems to be really fixated on the webley/enfield configuration eh?

Large funds for phoney R&D...minimal work. Typical.

Stupid charlatans.

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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby saahil » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:33 pm

its looks ugly,webley is far much better looking a gun.i was waiting for this long barrel one,but now after having a look, ill book the older one tomorrow itself.did they welded a pipe on the older version. :wink:
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby msandhu » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:56 pm

Doesn't this revolver look too big for a bullet of size .32acp..it might have been better if they have changed the caliber also to .38 special.
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby Priyan » Thu Mar 17, 2011 10:12 pm

Looks like a webley copycat. lol and we blame the Chinese companies for making copycats :mrgreen: To say honestly I really don't like the look of any IOF made products but this revolver is gonna make me s**t bricks :D also I don't see the point of 5 inch barrels on a .32ACP revolver. Is someone planning to snipe with this POS? Haha a inch longer barrel and price gone up by 25K lol
PS: If this is what they call R&D, I bet they will s**t in their pants if they sees a Metal Storm research facility lol
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby saleem » Fri Mar 18, 2011 2:11 am

gentlemen,
they sure have proved a point, that the ordnance factory is run by idiots. imagine shelling out rs. 25000. more for a weapon that is heavier and useless for concealed carry :evil: hope they find more idiots to buy it :deadhorse:
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby kalashnikovcult » Fri Mar 18, 2011 2:17 am

the sikalgars would have done this job better for 1/10th the price..
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby Priyan » Fri Mar 18, 2011 4:25 am

I'd pay 200K gladly if they starts producing this type of revolver.
[img2=http://www.ninthstage.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/10/Colt%27s%20PythonL.jpg]Colt Python[/img2]
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby The Doc » Fri Mar 18, 2011 6:37 am

saleem wrote: imagine shelling out rs. 25000. more for a weapon that is heavier and useless for concealed carry


Now, is it possible that they will increase the existing price of the older shorter barrel revolver just to reduce such a huge price difference between the two ?

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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby Priyan » Fri Mar 18, 2011 6:48 am

The Doc wrote:Now, is it possible that they will increase the existing price of the older shorter barrel revolver just to reduce such a huge price difference between the two ?
Maybe... Let's hope they don't do that type of nasty things. Looking at their current products, I won't buy from them even if they were the last firearm manufacture in this whole freakin' world.
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby The Doc » Fri Mar 18, 2011 7:04 am

Priyan wrote:I'd pay 200K gladly if they starts producing this type of revolver. (Colt Python)

Priyan wrote: I won't buy from them even if they were the last firearm manufacture in this whole freakin' world.


You still have some time before you can apply for and acquire a valid firearms license , who knows , IOF might start producing your dream Colt Python replica by then ! :D

IOF products have their advantages and there are several satisfied owners (at that price) on this forum.

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