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Vivek Krishnan, CEO of SSS Defence, recently made a compelling statement about the company’s readiness to address critical defense needs for India with indigenous, high-standard weaponry. This declaration comes in response to remarks made by former Jammu and Kashmir police chief Shesh Paul Vaid, who highlighted a request from the Indian Army’s Northern Command for 50 snipers equipped with Australian rifles to counter Pakistani sniper attacks.

Krishnan emphasized that the company can provide indigenous weapons that meet international standards, devoid of the restrictions and complications often associated with foreign arms deals. He pointedly criticized the bureaucratic and diplomatic entanglements typical of such procurements, which include end-use guarantees, licensing issues, and high costs, often compounded by diplomatic pressures and critiques of India’s human rights record.

The SABER and VIPER sniper rifles are designed to provide superior performance, reliability, and accuracy—qualities essential for counter-sniper operations and other military engagements. These weapons are a testament to the advanced capabilities of Indian defense manufacturing.

SSS Defence has developed two rifles: Viper, chambered for .308/7.62x51mm cartridge and Saber, chambered for .338 Lapua Magnum cartridge. While Viper has proved its accuracy from a distance of more than 1,000 metres, Saber has proved it on a 1,500 metres range. The Minute of Angle (MoA), which is used to measure the accuracy of rifles, the firm claimed, is best in the class, comparable to global weapons. “Rifles chambered for 7.62x51mm NATO and .338 Lapua Magnum calibers are popular among military and law enforcement snipers across the world,

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