The home-grown revolver of Webley and Scott, the renowned British firearms company, is being manufactured in Hardoi town of Uttar Pradesh under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ initiative. Image used only for representation. Photograph: Kind courtesy Webley & Scott India/Facebook The firearm is likely to be launched by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath next month, following which it will reach the market, Sial Manufacturers director Surendra Pal Singh said on Thursday. Singh, however, stressed that time had not yet been allotted by the chief minister’s office for it and efforts were being made to schedule its launching next month. The British firm had entered into an understanding with Lucknow-based Sial Manufacturers to manufacture firearms.According to Singh, the unit in Sandila, around 55 km west of Lucknow, is the first of Webley and Scott in the country. The preparations are on for the launching of the firearm and one revolver each has been placed in the gun house of the Sial group in Lucknow and Kanpur in view of people’s curiosity to see it, Singh said, stressing that the displayed ones were not for sale. The Ordinance Factory Kanpur has checked the revolver and preparations are on for setting up a… Read full this story
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