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UAE-based Caracal, which has now tied up with an Indian company ICOMM, to locally manufacture its Gun in the country has claimed that it has responded to the Army’s requirement for sniper as well as close-quarter carbines (CQB) weapons with its offering of CSR 338 sniper rifle and Caracal’s CAR 816.

Caracal claims that both sniper rifles and the CQBs will have more than 60% of indigenous content as mandated by the Make in India initiatives and local manufacturing will start in the next few months.

Indian Army is looking for more than 425,000 units of 5.56 mm caliber CQBS and 4,549 bolt-action sniper rifles for the Army, around 212 for the Air Force, and around 88 for the Navy.

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