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Assault rifle (automatic) Type 86S

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    assault rifle (automatic) type 86s
    Type 86S

    In the second half of the 1980s the Chinese state corporation NORINCO launched production of a new assault rifle Type 86S 7.62x39 mm caliber, destined primarily for export.

    Type 86S is an attempt to create a more compact weapon in the build Bullpup based machine Type 56 - Chinese version of the Soviet AK-47.

    assault rifle (automatic) type 86s
    Type 86S

    In developing Type 86S Chinese made to the basic design of the machine enough changes, while using multiple solutions and Western arms manufacturers.

    Caliber, mm 7.62x39
    Length mm 667
    Barrel length, mm 438
    Weight 3.59
    store count. cartridges 10, 20, 30
    Muzzle velocity, m / s 710
    Effective range, m 300 - 400
    Rate of fire / min 600

    Automation Type 86S rifle is almost identical to the device Kalashnikov assault rifle.

    forged steel receiver is extended forward with a special lining and comes to the gas chamber in the trunk.

    cocking handle is located on top of the receiver box.

    Fuse moved forward and is located right above the handle fire control.

    Muzzle compensator sometimes called "fish mouth" can be used for cutting wire.

    Food Type 86S is made from magazine capacity of 10, 20 or 30 (Kalashnikov rifle) rounds. It is also possible to use a drum store.

    machine can be equipped multipurpose bayonet.

    integral carrying handle with built-in weapons adjustable sights copied from the French machine FAMAS.

    Front folding forward grip machine borrowed from the Austrian Steyr AUG.

    However, all the new Chinese machine did not find any buyers in their own country or abroad.

    Thus in a short time, in the late 1980s and early 1990s, NORINCO sold for export "civilian" version of the machine Type 86S, unable to fire bursts.

    assault rifle (automatic) type 86s
    Type 86S
    With an installed bayonet




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