On February 24, an annex to the contract signed with Fabryka Broni Łucznik-Radom was approved. Thanks to this the manufacturer, which is part of Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa SA, turned out to be the winner in the ongoing procedure to supply the Polish Army with a successor to the already worn-out post-Soviet designs such as the SVD chambered in 7.62 mm x 54R ammunition. We mentioned this in "Polish Army is still looking for a successor of the SVD sniper rifle".
It is also known that at the this time the Polish Army will receive 250 sets of semi-automatic sniper rifles chambered in 7.62 mm x 51 NATO (7.62 mm SKBW) for the amount of 11 million PLN (around 2,322,000 EUR). This means 44,000 PLN (around 9,300 EUR) per one set of the MSBS GROT 762N. Deliveries are to be concluded until the end of 2026. It is also definitely worth noting that the annex signed by the Minister of National Defense Mariusz Błaszczak increases the order for the MSBS GROT C16 A2 5.56 mm caliber rifles to 184,000. Such an amount would potentially replace the Beryls in various variants still used in the Polish Army. However, it should also be mentioned that large batches of GROTs are still being sent to the war front in Ukraine. Of course, the feedback coming from there about their reliability and effectiveness significantly contributes to the positive reception of this design.