A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by casual shooter » Thu Mar 26, 2020 1:57 pm

Taurus is tying up with whom ?

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by sourabhsangale » Thu Mar 26, 2020 2:38 pm

Jindal company

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by partheus » Fri Mar 27, 2020 2:36 pm

Here's an article in a Brazilian news site about the Taurus Jindal initiative...

http://www.defesanet.com.br/bid/noticia ... -na-India/

Just use the translate feature in Chrome to read it in English. The article states that products intended for civilians in India will be branded as "Taurus" while those for the military will go as "Taurus-Jindal".

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by sourabhsangale » Fri Mar 27, 2020 4:05 pm

Yes you are right . But i guess it will take more than 1 year for the product fo civilian to come in market.

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by partheus » Fri Mar 27, 2020 6:10 pm

The one year estimate was before coronavirus came along. I think we can safely assume this is going to take a while...

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by sourabhsangale » Fri Mar 27, 2020 9:49 pm

Yes now maybe 2 -3 years for complete setup and sale of weapons without waiting period.

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by HairyTrigger » Sat Apr 04, 2020 8:47 pm

Some thoughts on this Glock deal

1. There is nothing stopping someone from making a Glock clone; the design is from 1982 and companies with something to lose have been making Gen3 frames and slides in the US for a few years now.
2. Now, if this Indian company is using the Glock logo and name it better have a relationship with the Austrian company.
3. I thought this was the largest gun forum in India. If that is the case, I would suggest whoever has talked to this company (I think there are members here who claimed to have done so) should reach back to them and suggest them to set things straight here. At least post some pictures or a video of a test. I am not asking for the exact day and time they will be start selling it but at least show us there is a product being tested.

As of now this is vapourware.

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by sourabhsangale » Sun Apr 05, 2020 1:15 am

This company in tamil nadu just cannot copy the design if glock , they will have to take permission from the parent company to use their design and technology.and can get sued in the court against patent infringement.
There is a thing know has transfer of technology which allows you to Manufacture the weapon with right with the parent company.

Once the product is in market we will see what exactly has been done .it will definitely be in market a little late but for sure .

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by winnie_the_pooh » Sun Apr 05, 2020 8:31 am

sourabhsangale, apparently you can make a Glock clone. Google 'Glock Clones' and you will find ample.
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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by partheus » Sun Apr 05, 2020 12:15 pm

Clones can now be legally made of models up to 3rd gen Glocks. Patents expire after sometime so other companies can make their own products on older designs. However, if CMT is going to be marketing the products under Glock's brand name, then they certainly aren't going to be operating under this paradigm.

Saurabh, I highly recommend you ask your Glock rep to start answering questions here as suggested above. That would help everyone get a better idea. For instance, what all models are they bringing to the Indian market? I heard the 380 autos (G25, 28 & 42) are expected, but really, any Glock not chambered in 9mm Para will be a good fit here.

Of course, the real biggy is what will they cost? Will CMT follow the traditional path and charge as much as a custom 1911 for a standard Glock or will they be offering their products at the same price as other countries?

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by sourabhsangale » Sun Apr 05, 2020 2:13 pm

As i said ,I spoke to the guy last on 22 march ,here is his mobile no 99556 99556 I forgot the name ,saved by glock india .
The mobile no is mostly switched of many times but as i said earlier also keep trying .you might get lucky he will speak to you once the phone is answered. He is a very nice guy will be able to answer all of your questions.
As per bore is concerned he told me 380 ,357sig, .45 ,.22 lr will be made for the civilian market .

He also said that price will not be expensive .will be around 2-2.5 lakh with a waiting period of 1 month.

He said license is in process from the central government to sell in the civilian market .

So my dear members please keep on trying the above no and let the members on this forum also know if you find some more information.

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by sumbriavikramaditya » Mon Apr 06, 2020 8:09 am

sourabhsangale wrote:
Sun Apr 05, 2020 2:13 pm
As i said ,I spoke to the guy last on 22 march ,here is his mobile no 99556 99556 I forgot the name ,saved by glock india .
The mobile no is mostly switched of many times but as i said earlier also keep trying .you might get lucky he will speak to you once the phone is answered. He is a very nice guy will be able to answer all of your questions.
As per bore is concerned he told me 380 ,357sig, .45 ,.22 lr will be made for the civilian market .

He also said that price will not be expensive .will be around 2-2.5 lakh with a waiting period of 1 month.

He said license is in process from the central government to sell in the civilian market .

So my dear members please keep on trying the above no and let the members on this forum also know if you find some more information.
This is some good news to my ears. Thanks for the effort Sourabh Ji.

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by partheus » Mon Apr 06, 2020 9:05 am

sourabhsangale wrote:
Sun Apr 05, 2020 2:13 pm
As i said ,I spoke to the guy last on 22 march ,here is his mobile no 99556 99556 I forgot the name ,saved by glock india .
The mobile no is mostly switched of many times but as i said earlier also keep trying .you might get lucky he will speak to you once the phone is answered. He is a very nice guy will be able to answer all of your questions.
As per bore is concerned he told me 380 ,357sig, .45 ,.22 lr will be made for the civilian market .

He also said that price will not be expensive .will be around 2-2.5 lakh with a waiting period of 1 month.

He said license is in process from the central government to sell in the civilian market .

So my dear members please keep on trying the above no and let the members on this forum also know if you find some more information.
That's good to know Saurabh. Thanks for taking the initiative. Though 2-2.5 lakhs is still quite a price for a Glock. I won't complain though. Any new product is good news :)

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by sourabhsangale » Mon Apr 06, 2020 11:19 am

Yes .any time better than IOF and other old imported guns
Which the dealer sell for stupid prices in pune and other metro cities. As far as glock is concerned one minister from maharasthra state had bought it for Rs,32 lakh .380 model which was personally seen by one of my close friends.

The price are going to drastically drop now , I myself has order a sheikh pistol for 1.30 lakh still expensive but happy it is brand new with 5 year warranty, delivery is scheduled on 27th of may .

Next pistol would he .45 by webley which they are going to launch in december the price is 2.75 lakh .

Tauraus will also come soon , maybe next year in civilian market .

Will update you guys soon about glock if a speak with the persons again .

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Re: A new baby born... Made in India Glock?

Post by partheus » Mon Apr 06, 2020 2:53 pm

I look forward to reading your reviews. Will certainly be looking out for Glocks when they hit the scene. Also, I will suggest to keep an eye on the second hand market. As everyone is expecting these products to drive down costs, owners of second hand stuff might be looking to dispose of their ware at a reasonable price while they still can. Many of these old firearms are actually very well maintained.

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