QBZ-191 service rifle family


EdgeOfEcho

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Someone on Twitter asked if it were too big. Does the size of the silencer change much?

A few suppressors for comparison on MK18 or similar platforms (I choose MK18 since its size is similar to QBZ-191 in the pic, both being around 10 inch barrel)
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DDWAVE

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Surefire 556
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AAC 556
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KAC NT4

QBZ-191's suppressor is not small or compact compared to its modern American counterparts, but it is not unreasonably big (the camera angle may make it seem a bit bigger than it actually is)

Also it seems like the suppressor has a QD function, if true, that is a huge plus.
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Bltizo

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An image shared by a private military company. It looks like the real deal, or maybe it's the rumored training rifle? Note the translucent magazine. I don't recognize the optic. A part of the rifle is censored (just above the magazine).

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Seems like the same scope is in use with this 191 example, carried by PAP?
PAP always seem to have more latitude to use more fancy accessories, including sometimes foreign optics.

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ougoah

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why do many Chinese scoped rifles use the soft rubber extension so eyes are right up making contact with the extension? Many aren't but surely it's better without it? No civilian and experienced scoped rifle owner considers that an advantage. Glare isn't an issue with the conventional scope. I suppose you can use it the same way.
 

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