More images of Norinco's CS/LR36.
More images of QBZ-95s retrofitted with handguard rails and smart grips. This appears to be an interim solution to quickly upgrade a large number of existing stock.
i wonder if the bipod in the front grip is sturdy enough to be used while firing ( for any length of time) or is it just ment to be used to stabelise the gun upon resting it on the ground?I'm curious how the troops actually rate the grip bipod. It seems the US marines got issued with a very similar grip bipod for their early LRIP M27s, and if
If it's to be used while firing (like RPK/SAW bipod) I'd guess it won't last. Again, this is coming from a particular US marine vet experience in the video I linked, but he said one of the legs on his 'grip pods' broke within 10 mins on an exercise. That's how bad it was for him.i wonder if the bipod in the front grip is sturdy enough to be used while firing ( for any length of time) or is it just ment to be used to stabelise the gun upon resting it on the ground?
Aftermarket kit primarily targeting the PAP and Police SWAT market, because that lot has much more discretion in procuring gears, so long as there's budget for it.Is this a plastic furniture retrofit for old QBZ-95 or new build? The gun still has the horrible safety selector of the original QBZ-95...
Has the CS/LR36 ever been used outside of China? I tried googling it but not much comes up.