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Automatic Rifles - P.R. China

M99

The M99 rifle is offered as anti-materiel / anti-sniper weapon, and is available in two calibers - 12,7x108 (M99-I) and 12,7x99 / .50BMG (M99-II). No firm facts are available on accuracy of this weapon, but it is believed that it shoots about 2 MOA with Chinese standard issue ammunition. This is ...

QBB-95 LSW

The QBB95 squad automatic weapon is generally similar to the QBZ95 in design but uses a heavier and longer barrel to produce higher volumes of fire. It fires the DBP87 5.8X42mm ‘heavy rounds’ cartridge specially designed for uses by machineguns and sniper rifles, but can also fire the standard DB...

QBU-88 (Type 88)

The QBU-88 rifle (also sometimes referred to as Type 88 rifle) was the first weapon of the newest generation of Chinese small arms, chambered for proprietary 5.8x42mm ammunition. Adopted in the late 1980s, the QBU-88 is, by the modern sense, not a true sniper rifle - it is more of designated mark...

QBZ-95

In the late 1980s Chinese designers developed a 5.8 x 42 cartridge, apparently designated DBP87, which is claimed to be superior to both the 5.56 mm NATO and the 5.54 mm Soviet. This cartridge develops a muzzle velocity of 930 metres per second from a standard barrel, with a bullet weighing 4.26 ...

QBZ-95B

The QBZ95 (also known as Type 95) 5.8mm assault rifle developed by NORINCO is the standard military issue automatic weapon equipped by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), the People’s Armed Police (PAP), and the Chinese law enforcement departments. The QBZ95 is offered in three variants: QBZ95 as...

QBZ-97 / 97A

QBZ-97 (5.56 mm Assault Rifle)
The Chinese have constructed an export version of the QBZ-95. the QBZ-97, which is similar to the QBZ-95 in all respects except that it is chambered in 5.56 mm NATO instead of the original Chinese 5.8 mm cartridge and has a deep magazine well designed to accept STA...

Type 56 / 56-1 / 56-2

The Type 56 assault rifle was adopted by PLA in 1956, along with Type 56 carbine (which was a licence built Soviet SKS copy). The Type 56 assault rifle was, in turn, also a licensed copy of the Soviet AK-47 assault rifle, with minor modifications.

The Type 56 is a Chinese copy of the world-fam...

Type 63

Based on the experience of producing the Type 56 semiautomatic rifle and Type 56 (AK-47) automatic rifle, the PLA began to develop a new indigenous rifle in the 1960s. According to the PLA's requirements, the new rifle should have two rates of fire (single and burst), and overcome the Type 56 aut...

Type 68

The Type 68 rifle, as its name implies, was adopted by PLA in 1968. It is interesting development because it represents a mix of features taken from other designs, mostly from AK-47 Kalashnikov (known in China as Type 56 assault rifle) and from SKS Simonov karbine (known in China as Type 56 carbi...

Type 79 / Type 85

The 7.62 mm Type 79 sniper rifle is a Chinese copy of the Soviet Dragunov SVD. It is a long-barrel, semi-automatic, magazine-fed 7.62 mm rifle that is optimised for accuracy over long distance. The rifle is equipped with an 4 x power sniper scope. With scope, the rifle weighs approximately 4.4 kg...

Type 81 / 81-1

The Type 81 is the second-generation assault rifle in service with the PLA. It replaced the Type 56 (Chinese copy of the AK-47) to serve as the standard individual assault weapon for PLA infantry troops and other services. Initially deployed in the 1980s Sino-Vietnam border conflicts, the Type 81...

Type 86S

Produced by North China Industries ( NORINCO) and imported by China Sports ( Their Import/Marketing arm in the USA ), the Type 86S Bullpup operates the same way as other AK/AKM type rifles with a few exceptions. Many major parts interchange with the standard Kalashnikov rifle, either the AK or th...

Type 87

The PLA`s studies on the small calibre infantry weapon can track back to as early as 1971, when both the USA and the Soviet Union began to equip their Armies with new generation small calibre rifles (M-16 and AK-74). It took the PLA seven to eight years on testing various calibre options. After c...

 

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