QBZ-95

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Type 95 Automatic Rifle
QBZ-95 Light Rifle Family
QBZ 95 PLA.png
The QBZ-95 (oreeginal version, no longer produced)
TeepBullpup rifle
Place o oreegin Cheenae
Service history
In service1997–present[1]
Uised biSee Uisers
WarsWar in North-West Pakistan
Internal conflict in Burma
Production history
ManufacturerNorinco
Produced1995–present
Variants
  • QBZ-95B Carbine
  • QBZ-95 Rifle
  • QBB-95 LSW
  • QBZ-97 5.56 mm Rifle
  • QBZ-97A 5.56 mm Rifle
  • QBB-97 LSW 5.56 mm Rifle
  • QBZ-97B 5.56 mm Carbine
Specifications
Wecht
  • 2.9 kg (6.4 lb) (QBZ-95B Carbine)
  • 3.25 kg (7.2 lb) (QBZ-95 Rifle)
  • 3.35 kg (7.4 lb) (QBZ-97 Export)
  • 3.9 kg (8.6 lb) (QBB-95 LSW)
Lenth
  • 609 mm (24.0 in) (QBZ-95B Carbine)
  • 745 mm (29.3 in) (QBZ-95 Rifle)
  • 758 mm (29.8 in) (QBZ-97 and QBZ-97A)
  • 840 mm (33.1 in) (QBB-95 LSW)
Baurel lenth
  • 369 mm (14.5 in) (QBZ-95B Carbine)
  • 463 mm (18.2 in) (QBZ-95 Rifle)
  • 490 mm (19.3 in) (QBZ-97 and QBZ-97A)
  • 600 mm (23.6 in) (QBB-95 LSW)

Cartridge5.8×42mm DBP87 (QBZ-95)
5.56×45mm NATO (QBZ-97)
ActionShort-stroke piston, rotating bolt
Rate o firec. 650 rounds/min (QBZ-95)
c. 800 rounds/min (QBZ-95B Carbine)
Muzzle velocity
  • QBZ-95: 930 m/s (3,050 ft/s)
  • QBB-95: 970 m/s (3181 ft/s)
  • QBZ-95B: 790 m/s (2581 ft/s)
Effective firin rangeRifle: 400 m point target, 600 m area target
LSW: 600 m point target, 800 m area target
Carbine: 300 m point target, 500 m area target
Feed seestem30-round detachable box magazine
75-round detachable drum[2]
SichtsHooded post front sight and aperture rear sight, optional Y/MA 95-002 telescopic sight

The QBZ-95 (Cheenese: 95式自动步枪; pinyin: 95 Shì Zìdòng Bùqiāng; leeterally: "Type 95 Automatic Rifle") is a bullpup-style assault rifle manufactured bi Arsenal 266, pairt o Norinco an Arsenal 296, unner Jianshe Corp, for the Fowk's Liberation Airmy, the airmed forces o the Fowkrepublic o Cheenae, Fowk's Airmed Polis (para-military police), an other Chinese law enforcement agencies. This weapon uses a newly developed ammunition, type of Chinese origin, the 5.8×42mm DBP87. The QBZ-95 consists of a system o fire arms uising a common design. This faimly includes a carbine variant, a standard rifle, an a light support weapon.[3]

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