Modern People's Liberation Army (China) Guns (2018)
As one of the largest ground forces in the world, China equips its infantry units with a bevy of small arms types.There are a total of 33 Modern People's Liberation Army (China) Guns (2018) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator. Return to the Modern Guns Index.
The Czech CZ 75 semi-automatic pistol proved a success, seeing over 1 million of its type produced since 1976....
The Chang Feng, with its helical over-receiver magazine, has failed to net much market interest....
The JS 9mm submachine gun has only recently entered production in China in 2006 and is intended for the export mark...
The excellent Soviet-era DShK Heavy Machine Gun entered frontline service with the Red Army in 1938 and, in its mod...
The PM-63 submachine gun emerged out of Poland during the Cold War decades and found favor with many....
The GP-25 series of Soviet-designed single-shot grenade launchers has seen widespread use since its adoption in the...
The Hua Qing is a Gatling-style minigun developed by local Chinese industry to fulfill a Chinese military requireme...
The Soviet ASG-17 Automatic Grenade Launcher is equivalent in battlefield role to that of the American MK 19 series...
The Makarov PM served as the standard Soviet Army pistol for forty years, ending its reign in 1991....
Despite its Cold War roots, the Chinese HJ-8 is still a force on the modern battlefield....
The Chinese NSG-85 sniper rifle is based on the Type 85 rifle prior, itself born from the Soviet SVD series of the ...
The NORINCO QBB-95 Light Support Weapon is an offshoot of the QBZ-85 assault weapon line....
The QBU-88 is a Chinese sniper rifle offered up in limited numbers and features a bullpup configuration....
The QBZ-03, also recognized as the Type 03, is another in the long line of small arms produced by China-based NORIN...
The Chinese QBZ-95 bullpup assault rifle entered service in 1997 and has since evolved into various other forms inc...
The NORINCO QJY-88 was developed during the 1980s but did not receive the go-ahead on serial production until the l...
The modern NORINCO QSW-06 series of silenced pistols have succeeded the aged Type 67 family of special guns in the ...
The Chinese Type 64 Submachine Gun was a suppressed weapon system making use of the Soviet-era PPS-43 SMG action an...
The Type 67 is the Chinese production version of the very same Soviet-era PK General Purpose Machine Gun...
The Type 69 Rocket Propelled Grenade is nothing more than a copy of the globally popular Soviet-era RPG-7 series....
The Type 77 service pistol by NORINCO of China was introduced in 1981 and taken on by a few global operators....
The Chinese Type 77 Heavy Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun is based on the Soviet Degtyarev types....
What sets the Chinese Type 79 Submachine Gun apart from others in this class is its use of a gas-operated action....
The NORINCO Type 80 emerged as a Chinese copy of the Soviet PK-PKM series machine guns and found a few global opera...
The Type 81 was a Chinese-originated, Kalashnikov-based assault rifle of the mid-1980s and found a home with severa...
The NORINCO W-85 Heavy Machine Gun series of the Chinese Army is no doubt influenced by the many decades of use reg...
The RP-46 Light Machine Gun was a further modification of the DP LMG of World War 2 fame....