India has taken one more step towards self-reliant India and self-reliance has been strengthened in the country about the manufacture of weapons. The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) and the Indian Army have jointly designed a machine pistol ASMI. It is the country’s first indigenous machine pistol. It was shown at the Army’s Innovation Event on 13 January. This pistol will replace 9 mm pistols in the defense forces. The DRDO has issued a statement related to this.
The machine pistol can fire at a range of 100 metres and is in the class of the Uzi series guns of Israel. The prototype has fired over 300 rounds in the last four months of its development. https://t.co/SC5NtmStsr
– ANI (@ANI) January 13, 2021
Fire more than 300 rounds in four months
According to the information, the machine pistol is capable of firing up to a range of 100 meters. Apart from this, this machine belongs to the UG series guns of pistol Israel. According to the statement issued by DRDO, this prototype has fired more than 300 rounds during its last four months in its development phase.
The first indigenous anti-radiation missile was built in 2020
Earlier, in November 2020, DRDO had successfully test-fired the ‘Rudram’ anti-radiation missile that was developed by DRDO. The test was carried out with Sukhoi-30 fighter aircraft. Rudram is the country’s first anti-radiation missile designed by the DRDO for the Indian Air Force. The new generation anti-radiation missile Rudram-1 manufactured by DRDO is the country’s first anti-radiation missile designed for the Indian Air Force. According to DRDO, the range capacity of this missile will be based on the launch condition.