14 Januari 2016

DND-GA to Purchase PhP84-M Worth of 7.62mm 'Finished Components'

14 Januari 2016

The sniper rifle made by GAGovernment Arsenal   (photo : Girder2139)

MANILA (PNA) -- The Department of National Defense-Government Arsenal (DND-GA) is in the market for PhP84 million worth of 7.62mm "finished components," which refers to the primer, heads, powder and shells.

The 7.62mm bullet is used to arm light machine guns and sniper rifles of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP).

The money will be sourced from the FY 2016 General Appropriations Act, according to the bid bulletin posted at the Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System.

Winning bidders are required to deliver the items within 120 calendar days from notice to proceed.

They must also have completed a similar project within the last five years.

The DND-GA will hold a pre-bid conference on Jan. 21, 1:30 p.m. at DND-Bids and Awards Committee Conference Room, Basement, Left Wing, DND Building, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City.

Bid opening is on Feb. 4, 10 a.m. at the same venue. 


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  2. Ini senapang buatan pilipinas sendiri bukan bantuan dari negata asing atau licence produced product

  3. Bro Sand Walker, itu jelas2 M-14, M110, M16A2. Bukan licensi dari mana?

  4. Huh, didn't expect to see the picture I uploaded to appear here of all places. Thanks for the picture credit, though.

    Also, to clarify: the rifles in the picture were developed and assembled by the Government Arsenal's Small Arms and Upgrade Division (SARUD) using a mix of existing rifle stocks, spare parts, in house-built parts and off-the-shelf components. Some of the spare parts and rifles were leftovers from the old Elisco M16A1/M653P production line (of which the GA still keeps the original Technical Data Package from Colt). The newer components are either made in-house or acquired from vendors like Daniel Defense or Magpul.

    From top to bottom, you have: (1) the latest version of the Marine Scout Sniper Rifle, (2) the 18-inch squad designated marksman rifle, (3) the GA SOCOM 16 and (4) the 16-inch squad designated marksman carbine.

  5. So is it originaly Philipine product? Or is it like indonesian SS1 (FN FNC)?

  6. The rifles shown in the picture aren't license production weapons like the M16A1s that were made locally by Elisco, though many of them use parts that were made under that production run.

    They were developed and made by the Government Arsenal for the specific needs of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. But the ideas behind the sniper variants in the picture weren't all that original.

    M16-based sniper rifles date all the way back to the Vietnam war, with the Colt Model 655 and 656. Back in the 1990's the Philippine marines decided to develop their own take on the concept with the Marine Scout Sniper Rifle. The marine officer who was in charge of that project (M.Gen (Ret.) Jonathan Martir) is actually the current director of the Government Arsenal.

    In fact, a couple of the biggest reasons for the decision to stick with the AR-15 platform as the standard service rifle were the sheer number of off-the-shelf components available on the market and the number of different variants that have already been developed by military and private entities. Developing and prototyping the sniper/DMR AR-15 variants was simply a matter of choosing from the many different parts and configurations available on the market and then refining from there.

    Likewise, the GA SOCOM 16, which was inspired by a similar M14 variant made by Springfield Armory.