List of military equipment manufactured in Pakistan

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List of military equipment manufactured in Pakistan

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  1. Aircraft[edit]

    • CAC/PAC JF-17 Thunder – Developed with China
    • PAC Super Mushshak – Trainer aircraft. Upgraded version of Saab Safari
    • MFI-17 Mushshak – License built Saab Safari
    • K-8 Karakorum – Variant of Hongdu JL-8

    UAV’s[edit]

    • NESCOM Burraq – Combat drone developed by NESCOM
    • Selex ES Falco – Co-produced Selex Galileo built under license at PAC[1]
    • GIDS Shahpar – developed by GIDS.[2]
    • Jasoos (Reconnaissance Drone), developed by SATUMA.[3]
    • Mukhbaar (Short Range Reconnaissance Drone), developed by SATUMA.[3]

    Heavy Vehicles[edit]

    Main battle tanks (MBT)[edit]

    • Al-Khalid / Al-Khalid I – Pakistani version of MBT-2000
    • Al-Zarrar – Upgraded Type 59

    Armoured personnel carriers (APC)[edit]

    • Talha – APC based on M113 chassis with 5 road wheels, accommodates 11 fully equipped troops. 250 delivered to the Pakistan Army by 2006.[4]
    • Saad – APC based on the Talha design. Modified with extended hull and 6 road wheels, 14.5 mm machine gun, improved armour protection and a more powerful engine supplied by Germany’s MTU. Accommodates 13 fully equipped troops.
    • Sakb – Armoured command vehicle based on Talha APC.[4]
    • Al-Hamza – Infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) based on the Saad APC, fitted with 25 mm automatic cannon, an export product not in service with the Pakistan Army.[4]
    • Armoured guided missile carriers:
      • Maaz – Based on the Talha APC, armed with the Baktar-Shikan anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) launcher and operated by a crew of 4. There is capacity for 8 extra rounds and the missile firing unit on the roof is retracted into the cabin for reloading.[4]
      • Mouz – Based on the Talha APC, armed with either the RBS 70 or Anza I/II air-defence missile systems. The missile firing unit on the roof is retracted into the cabin for reloading.[4]
    • Auxiliary armoured vehicles:
      • Al-Hadeed – Armoured recovery vehicle (ARV) based on Saad APC.[4]
      • Al-Qaswa – Armoured logistics vehicle (ALV) based on the Talha APC.[4]

    Armoured cars[edit]

    • Mohafiz — armoured security vehicle based on the Land Rover Defender.

    Vessels and Submarines[edit]

    Naval vessels[edit]

    Frigates[edit]

    • F-22P Zulfiquar class frigate – 1 ship built based on Type 053H3 frigate

    Mine Countermeasure Vessel[edit]

    • Munsif-class – 1 ship assembled with French assistance

    Fast Attack Crafts[edit]

    • Azmat-class – 3 ships built based on Type 037II Houjian-class missile boat.

    Missile Boats[edit]

    • Jalalat II class missile boat
    • Jurrat class

    Patrol Vessels[edit]

    • Larkana class large patrol craft

    Submarines[edit]

    • Agosta 90B class submarine – 2 submarines built with French assistance

    Missiles[edit]

    • Anza Mk.1, Mk.2, Mk.3 – Man-portable air-defence system (MANPADS) based on QW-1 and QW-2
    • Barq – laser guided air-to-surface missile
    • Baktar-Shikan – License copy of HJ-8 Anti-tank missile
    • Babur 1, 2, 3 (Hatf-VII) – ground-launched and submarine-launched cruise missile
    • Hatf-VIII (Ra’ad) – Air-launched Cruise Missile
    • Ghauri I – Medium-range ballistic missile
    • Shaheen I – Short-range ballistic missile
    • Ghauri II – Medium-range ballistic missile
    • Shaheen II – Medium-range ballistic missile
    • Zarb Surface to sea missile
    • Ghaznavi – Short-range ballistic missile
    • Hatf-I/IA – Battle-field range ballistic missile
    • Abdali-I – Short-range ballistic missile
    • Nasr (Hatf-IX) – Battle-field range ballistic missile
    • Shaheen-III – Medium-range ballistic missile
    • Ababeel – Medium range ballistic missile

    Small Arms[edit]

    Infantry weapons[edit]

    • HK G3 – 7.62 mm calibre assault rifle produced under license. Variants produced:
      • G3A3
      • G3P4
      • POF PK-8[5]
      • POF PK-7
    • HK MP5 – 9 mm calibre sub-machine gun produced under license. Variants produced:
      • MP5A2
      • MP5P3
      • MP5P4
      • MP5P5
    • POF PK-9 – 9 mm calibre pistol
    • POF PK-10
    • POF PKL-30 – 7.62×25 mm calibre pistol
    • PSR-90 – 7.62 mm calibre sniper rifle, a variant of the HK MSG-90, produced under license
    • Rheinmetall MG 3 – 7.62 mm calibre general purpose machine gun, produced under license
    • Type 54 – 12.7 mm machine gun, produced under license.[6]
    • PK-16 – 12.7 mm Heavy machine gun
    • POF Eye – Special-purpose hand-held weapon system similar in concept to the CornerSho

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