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QBZ-95
Chinese: 轻步枪族; Pinyin: Qīng Bùqiāng Zú; literally



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Technical Data



Manufacturer
Norinco

Country Of Origin
China

Date Of Introduction
1995

Caliber
5.8 mm

Feed System
Magazine

Rate Of Fire
650 rounds per minute

Weights
3.4 kg

Length
760 mm


More Information *


The QBZ-95 (Chinese: 轻步枪族; Pinyin: Qīng Bùqiāng Zú; literally "Light Rifle Family") is an assault rifle manufactured by Norinco for the People's Liberation Army, the armed forces of the People's Republic of China. This weapon uses a newly-developed ammunition type of Chinese origin, the 5.8 x 42 mm DBP87. The QBZ-95 consists of a system of firearms using a common design. This family includes a carbine variant, a standard rifle, and a light support weapon.

The QBZ-95 was first observed outside China in 1997, when the United Kingdom ceded control of Hong Kong to the People's Republic of China. The QBZ-95 is a modern weapons system in a bullpup configuration, where the weapon's action and magazine are located behind the grip and trigger assembly. It was designed to replace the standard-issue Type 81 rifle that was similar in design to the AK-47 series. The Type 81 fired the Soviet 7.62 x 39 mm M43 Cartridge.

The QBZ-95 is comparable to many modern western assault rifles in several respects. It uses modern synthetic materials in its construction, it fires a small-caliber high-velocity bullet (in a class with the NATO standard 5.56 x 45 mm SS109 and the Russian 5.45 x 39 mm M74), and it employs a bullpup configuration like the British SA80 and the Steyr AUG.


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