QBZ-191 service rifle family


by78

Brigadier
The wear and tear on the rifle is evident, likely a very aggressive conversion/familiarization training regimen to put that much wear in about a year's (?) time.

The OP of the images thinks these are the first batch of rifles, so they could be a year and half (?) old. Definitely pretty aggressive handling going on. They might be intentionally doing so to wring out reliability issues in cooperation with the designers and manufacturers.
 
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MwRYum

Major
The OP of the images thinks these are the first batch of rifles, so they could be a year and half (?) old. Definitely pretty aggressive handling going on. They might be intentionally doing so to wring out reliability issues in cooperation with the designers and manufacturers.
Likely so, those rifles still bears the factory logo, IIRC factory logo doesn't show that prominently on other serial production guns...or perhaps that practice has been changed?
 

Aniah

Junior Member
Registered Member
Just more images of the QBZ191, note this is not the real model just a replica made of plastic steelView attachment 69124
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Veey beautiful rifle with a good aesthetic to it.
Honestly, I remember being a bit disappointed when it was first revealed because I was kinda expecting something like the HK416 or even the SIG MCX. After looking more carefully, it is indeed a beautiful rifle. I hope we get a full image of the DMR soon. I want to see the handguard fully displayed.
 

by78

Brigadier
Speaking of DMR, here's another image (second female soldier from the front)

 

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