PLA Small arms


Dfangsaur

Junior Member
Registered Member
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Is that a roller delayed pistol?
 

TerraN_EmpirE

Tyrant King
Not a surprise when you consider it’s location. It’s directly under the bold that’s not a position that lends its self to non reciprocation.
 

by78

Lieutenant General
A look at the 208th institute, which is China's premier design institute for small arms.


Since the video is in Chinese, I will provide brief summaries of pertinent points, accompanied by screen captures.

The sign reads 'Electromagnetic Compatibility Testing Room'.
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Humidity and barometric pressre testing apparatus.
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The new assault rifle being tested in simulated muddy water.
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Simulated sandy and dusty environments.
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by78

Lieutenant General
Accuracy analysis.
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Computer Aided Design (CAD) and computer simulation are now being used extensively, which significantly shortens development time. For example, previously each design iteration takes 6-12 months; now it takes only 1 month. Moreover, accurate simulation software and increased compute power allow designers to crunch out a simulation (of a gun's action) in 30 minutes and validate a design in a single day, which used to take weeks.
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Shown here is a computer simulation of a pistol being dropped on a hard surface. The simulation is used to quickly solve an accidental discharge problem that previously would have taken months to resolve.
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