pistolero wrote: ↑
Fri Aug 05, 2022 10:57 pm
vicky1730 wrote: ↑
Fri Aug 05, 2022 9:02 pm
Probably they cannot because this is Make in India so their Indian partner Werywin will do all the front end work. And that partner can have more than one foreign collaborator. It is the same with CMTPL for Glock, Vinvelli for CZ, and JINDAL for Taurus.
Who Cannot?? Smith & Wesson?? What you are trying to say is that Smith & Wesson is manufacturing in India, but cannot announce the same as it under make in India? So Smith & Wesson has a Hush Hush secret project to manufacture in India, which even Smith & Wesson corporate in not aware about?? And as it is in India, they CANNOT issue a press release to the same effect that they are manufacturing in India??
Wow!! Now that is definitely a point of view, suddenly makes a lot of sense. Fascinating!!!!!
Please explain your point on other collaborators?? How does this have anything to do with Smith & Wesson??
Wow, you look like a guy who knows a great deal about guns, their quality, manufacturing process and corporate collaborations, why haven't we seen you comment on Malhotrasons 1911 pistols selling for 5 lacs in India or a defunct Webley revolvers (Scott is missing in India because they decided not to sell themselves, thus Webley alone - who sold their brand name after bankruptcy to a third party) coming to India and selling revolvers close to 2 Lacs with an obsolete unworthy model.
Were you able to confirm the Webley (Scott missing) collaborations with the original UK brand owners and announce the findings or, cared to compare Malhotrasons 1911 pistol quality with any renowned 1911 brands worthy of $6000 ? How about CMTPL - Glock, Were you able to confirm affiliation with original Glock of Austria, Vinvelli with CZ ?
Press release by a major U.S firearms manufacturer (NASDAQ listed) about India market - You must be joking, the total size of India gun market is a fraction of their annual sales. Praise your luck, they are even considering India as a market. Everyone gun owner has dreamt of owning a quality firearm and the time is now closer than it ever has been.
The measuring stick should be equal size, no matter who you apply it to.