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IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

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rraju2805
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby rraju2805 » Tue Sep 20, 2011 10:21 pm

Priyan wrote:
I may apply for a license when I become 21 I guess it would be better to use the 200K to get settled in USA if the gun law here stays same.

:agree: :agree:
you are right priyan , iof product is not so better.... :)



Priyan wrote:
PS: Yesterday I went went to Kanpur to buy a revolver (In my dreams of course)


hahaha lolz. :D :D



Priyan wrote:I'd pay 200K gladly if they starts producing this type of revolver.
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grewal wrote:
Priyan wrote:I guess it would be better to use the 200K to get settled in USA
I hope your 200k currency is in US $ ROTFL


200 k = 2,00,000
&
$ 2,00,000 = IR 48*2,00,000 = IR 96,00,000 nearly 1 corore.. :mrgreen:
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praveen.royale
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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby praveen.royale » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:42 pm

I too was planning to get a anmol .32 revolver after a get license ,but the forum members are dead against it .
Now i would go for the good/bad old normal .32 revolver

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Re: IOF ANMOL REVOLVER

Postby perfectionist » Tue Oct 11, 2011 7:49 pm

@ praveen.royale - All IFGians are against the price bracket that Anmol has been put on, a few have expressed issues with 5"barrel.

But if 3 lacs - 5 lacs can be paid for webley then 1.10 lacs for anmol is ok......... yes barrel length should be of 4", I am not sure if sawing is allowed.

These are my views, you may use your choice. But Anmol may not be all that bad to use in case you can carry it. Not to mention larger grip and more accuracy due to longer barrel.


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