New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

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New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

Post by dsen » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:59 pm

This has reportedly been proof-tested by RFI. What are all of your first impressions regarding the pistol's design choice?


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Re: New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

Post by winnie_the_pooh » Mon Jan 10, 2022 6:55 am

Probably one day Indian arms manufacturers will come up with something good. So far what they have brought out has been disappointing.

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Re: New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

Post by KDS991213 » Mon Jan 10, 2022 1:09 pm

winnie_the_pooh wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 10, 2022 6:55 am
Probably one day Indian arms manufacturers will come up with something good. So far what they have brought out has been disappointing.
what do you even want/expect from Indian manufacturers? How exactly have they disappointed you?

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Re: New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

Post by 4X4 » Mon Jan 10, 2022 2:29 pm

The finishing on the gun isn't refined enough. The screws are visible which make it look unfinished and as if designed in hurry.

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Re: New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

Post by eljefe » Mon Jan 10, 2022 4:15 pm

4X4 wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 10, 2022 2:29 pm
The finishing on the gun isn't refined enough. The screws are visible which make it look unfinished and as if designed in hurry.
Its called β€˜clocking’
On bespoke London Guns, you will find all screws set on the 12-6 o clock axis.

After 2 generations of bebley scaat, i feel the monopoly of the bedpan mechanics is finally on the wane.
Lets aawait some performance reports πŸ‘πŸ»
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Re: New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

Post by Shivaji.Dasgupta » Mon Jan 10, 2022 5:10 pm

Rightly said by 4x4, Finishing is not good enough. The design is looks similar to Munger made 'English pistol' type. Hope with time we will see more development with our Indian Manufacturers.
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Re: New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

Post by winnie_the_pooh » Mon Jan 10, 2022 7:11 pm

KDS991213 wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 10, 2022 1:09 pm
winnie_the_pooh wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 10, 2022 6:55 am
Probably one day Indian arms manufacturers will come up with something good. So far what they have brought out has been disappointing.
what do you even want/expect from Indian manufacturers? How exactly have they disappointed you?
What I expect? Something like this-


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Re: New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

Post by Woods » Tue Jan 11, 2022 9:10 am

Shivaji.Dasgupta wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 10, 2022 5:10 pm
Rightly said by 4x4, Finishing is not good enough. The design is looks similar to Munger made 'English pistol' type. Hope with time we will see more development with our Indian Manufacturers.
Wow . Such a precise and razor sharp description πŸ‘Œ. Makers must be some entrepreneurs who wish to contribute in Make in India campaign . A startup from munger .
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Re: New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

Post by KDS991213 » Tue Jan 11, 2022 10:55 am

winnie_the_pooh wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 10, 2022 7:11 pm
KDS991213 wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 10, 2022 1:09 pm
winnie_the_pooh wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 10, 2022 6:55 am
Probably one day Indian arms manufacturers will come up with something good. So far what they have brought out has been disappointing.
what do you even want/expect from Indian manufacturers? How exactly have they disappointed you?
What I expect? Something like this-

You have a great taste.

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Re: New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

Post by Shivaji.Dasgupta » Tue Jan 11, 2022 7:22 pm

Woods wrote: ↑
Tue Jan 11, 2022 9:10 am
Shivaji.Dasgupta wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 10, 2022 5:10 pm
Rightly said by 4x4, Finishing is not good enough. The design is looks similar to Munger made 'English pistol' type. Hope with time we will see more development with our Indian Manufacturers.
Wow . Such a precise and razor sharp description πŸ‘Œ. Makers must be some entrepreneurs who wish to contribute in Make in India campaign . A startup from munger .
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Yes Bro. Who so ever seen the guns made by munger based gunsmiths ( both legal and illegal) they can comment on it. That area has a tradition of gun making which is now more than a century old. Passed from one to next generation. They were experts in muzzle loaders and shotguns.
With changes in law many of them opted illegal arms trade for easy money.
I saw rifles and carbines made in munger. They lack money and education to go for a startup, There is enough skilled gunsmiths.
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Re: New Light Art Works 'Crossfire' .32 pistol

Post by Woods » Wed Jan 12, 2022 8:59 am

Shivaji.Dasgupta wrote: ↑
Tue Jan 11, 2022 7:22 pm
............

They lack money and education to go for a startup, There is enough skilled gunsmiths.
While the officers of the law were pimping and deprived legit citizens from their rights of self defense, it were the Munger people who at least gave some assistance to the desperate family man who would not get a licence gun whatsoever he may do . I surely do not condone illegal arms and deprecate country gunsmiths but I am saying what that family man felt . And who is preventing the law enforcement agencies to go and catch those criminals!!! Not me !!

I have seen some recent specimens of countryside " made in england " pistols . Their manufacturing , product finishing etc has come a long way . Government must do something to utilize talent for the greater good of people and shut those illegal factories down .
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