Chinese PLA Army Drilling Pictures - Page 29




 
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October 26th, 2004  
AsianAmerican
 
 
yeah looks cool (MORE PICS COMING)
October 27th, 2004  
ravensword227
 
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...QBZ-95_big.jpg

I am interested in the working parts in the QBZ-95 or Type 95 Chicom assault rifle, but even after searching for some time, I was unable to find a detailed diagram of a fully stripped rifle.

Here is the best I could find:



Since I am a gun enthusiast, I had fun trying to label these parts; but I donít know much about bullpups so donít laugh too hard if I screwed it up badly:
October 27th, 2004  
Snauhi
 
too many parts... too many..
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October 28th, 2004  
Kinection
 
That's not too many parts actually, that's very simple compared to some of the guns I've seen.

I too am very interested in the QBZ Type 95 but I have been unable to find too much info on this gun. So far Sinodefence has the most information on it.
October 28th, 2004  
Snauhi
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kinection
That's not too many parts actually, that's very simple compared to some of the guns I've seen.

I too am very interested in the QBZ Type 95 but I have been unable to find too much info on this gun. So far Sinodefence has the most information on it.
compare the AK series with that.. And i belive that this gun is like FAMAS and i bet its will get easily jammed..
October 28th, 2004  
SAINT
 
The biggest problem with the Chinese PLA is that they have no real war experience in the recent years... their generals do not have that practical knowledge of command in a modern war scenario.
October 28th, 2004  
AsianAmerican
 
 
Some More Pictures...




October 28th, 2004  
FlyingFrog
 
AsianAmerican, cool pix, thanks mate.

QBZ-95
QBZ-95 (QBZ-97 in parenthesises, where differs from QBZ-95)
Please note - these data are still not 100% proved and should be threated as 'estimates'
Caliber: 5.8x42 mm (5.56x45 mm NATO)
Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt
Overall length: 760 mm
Barrel length: 520 mm
Weigth: 3.4 kg unloaded
Magazine capacity: 30 rds


The QBZ-95 assault rifles were shown for the first time when PR China took over the Hong Kong in 1997. The PLA soldiers were armed with this bullpup assault rifle. It is chambered for new proprietary Chinese cartridge, 5.8x42mm, and QBZ-97 (export version) is chambered for standard 5.56mm NATO (.223 Rem). The QBZ acronym stands for 'Qing Buqiang Zu' or light rifle family.

Not much is known about this rifle. It is available in full-size or short (carbine) version, and may be equipped with telescopic or night sights, underbarrel grenade launcher and bayonet. The ejection port is located at the right side of the receiver so (probably) this rifle is not ambidextrous. The body (stock) of the rifle is made from polymer, as well as magazines.







QBZ95=Type95




October 28th, 2004  
ravensword227
 
Thanks, but there are a few more things I would like to know. Any idea of what rifling twist it has? Are the barrels cast or are they hammer forged and are they have cryogenicly treated? I would also like to see velocity and ballistics chart of the 5.8x42mm round as fired in this rifle. How does this rifle shoot under the minute of angle scale?

I would like to see if the accuracy and durability can compare to something like this:
http://www.galleryofguns.com/shootin...es.asp?ID=1205
October 28th, 2004  
AsianAmerican
 
 
U also like this :P