Teep 56 assault rifle

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Teep 56 assault rifle
Norinco type 56.jpg
The Teep 56 with a folded spike bayonet
Teep Assault rifle
Place o oreegin People's Republic of China
Service history
In service 1956–present
Uised bi See Uisers
Wars Vietnam War
Laotian Civil War
Sino-Indian War
Rhodesian Bush War
Cambodian Civil War
Cambodian–Vietnamese War
Sino-Vietnamese War
Soviet–Afghan War
Iran–Iraq War
Sri Lankan Civil War
Persian Gulf War
Baren Township riot
Croatian War of Independence
Bosnian War
Kosovo War
2001 Afghanistan War
Iraq War
Mexican Drug War
Cambodian–Thai border dispute
2011 Libyan Civil War
Syrian Civil War
2011 Iraqi Insurgency
Northern Mali conflict
South Sudanese Civil War
Production history
Designed 1956
Produced 1956–present
Variants Type 56
Type 56-1
Type 56-2
Specifications
Wecht Type 56: 3.8 kg (8.38 lb)
Type 56-1: 3.7 kg (8.16 lb)
Type 56-2/56-4: 3.9 kg (8.60 lb)
QBZ-56C: 2.85 kg (6.28 lb)
Lenth Type 56: 874 mm (34.4 in)
Type 56-1/56-2: 874 mm (34.4 in) w/ stock extended,654 mm (25.7 in) w/ stock folded.
QBZ-56C: 764 mm (30.1 in) w/ stock extended,557 mm (21.9 in) w/ stock folded.
Baurel lenth Type 56, Type 56-I, Type 56-II: 414 mm (16.3 in)
QBZ-56C: 280 mm (11.0 in)

Cartridge 7.62×39mm
Calibre 7.62mm
Rate o fire 650 rounds/min [1]
Muzzle velocity Type 56, Type 56-I, Type 56-II: 735 m/s (2,411 ft/s)
QBZ-56C: 665 m/s (2182 ft/s)
Effective firin range 100–800 m sight adjustments. Effective range 300-400 meters
Feed seestem 20, 30, or 40-round detachable box magazine
Sichts Adjustable Iron sights

The Teep 56 is a Cheenese 7.62×39mm assault rifle. It is a variant of the Soviet-designed AK-47 and AKM assault rifles.[2] Production started in 1956 at State Factory 66, and since then it has been produced by Norinco, who continue tae produce the rifle primarily for export.

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