|Full name||QBZ-95 (Type-95 Firearm Rifle Automatic) (95式自动步枪（QBZ 枪-步-自动）|
|Country of origin||People's Republic of China|
|Faction||Griffin & Kryuger|
|Voice actor||Daimon Kami|
|Released on||CN (95式), TW (95式), KR (95식), EN (Type95), JP (95式)|
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The QBZ-95 is the assault rifle variant of a bullpup configured, selective fire weapon system. Other than the assault rifle, Type 95 also have a carbine and a SAW variant as part of the weapon system. Manufactured by Arsenal 266, part of Norinco and Arsenal 296, under Jianshe Corp, Type 95 is currently in service with the People's Liberation Army, People's Armed Police (para-military police), and various Chinese law enforcement agencies. The rifle was developed between 1989 till 1995, it is commonly referred just as Type 95 to represent the year of development completion and entering service.
The unexpected strategic stalemate against the Vietnamese forces during the 1979 Sino-Vietnam War prompted refurbishments and upgrades of the People's Liberation Army's arsenal under Chairman Deng's rulership, the most significant outcome was the development of the Chinese domestically made rimless intermediate rifle cartridge of 5.8×42mm calibre. Countless prototype weapons were developed to fire this new calibre of munition, in the end the QBZ family of gas-operated, rotating bolt weapon system that utilizes short-stroke piston became the standard servicing firearms.
First observed outside China on the 1st of July 1997, when Hong Kong's sovereignty was returned under the CPC's rulership from the United Kingdom. The original Type 95 model is no longer in production as it underwent immediate refurbishment/modernization, upgrades include adjustment to brass ejection port, redesigned muzzle brake/buttstock/trigger guard/carrying handle, added compatibility to combat accessories by adding dovetail rails. The current production assault rifle model is known as Type 95-1.
Operation of the Type 95 is similar to the previous Chinese servicing Kalashnikov derivative Type 81 rifles, but the operating mechanism is set in a bullpup configuration. Chambers the 5.8x42mm DBP10 cartridge, Type 95 is able to achieve a fully automatic cyclic rate of fire of around 650 rounds per minute while using 30-round box or 75-round drum magazine for feeding. Able to cover up to 400 metres of effective firing range with the default iron sights, various Chinese issue optics can also be mounted on the carrying handle to improve effective firing range.
Type 95 is made with primarily industrial grade polymer, rifle variant weights 3.25kg unloaded, measure 745mm in length. Now featuring fully ambidextrous operation with the fire selector accessible from both sides and a forward ejecting brass ejection port located on the right side, fire selector can enable a 3-round burst on top of the semi and fully automatic firing modes.
Accessories issued to Type 95 operators include rifle grenades with blank ammunition to be fired from the muzzle of the gun, army issue bayonets can also mount on the muzzle end of the barrel. Chinese made QLG91B (Type 91B) 35mm grenade launchers are also issued to various military units, which can fit under Type 95's barrel.
Other than domestic usage, Type 95 is also exported and entered military/law enforcement service in other Asian countries such as Bangladesh and Pakistan. Variant of QBZ designed to chamber the 5.56x45mm NATO cartridge was also developed for export under the designation Type 97, exported to regions that prefers using the NATO 5.56.
Using the weapon as a comparison and assuming it is drawn to size, Type 95 is a T-doll up to 160cm of body height. The default art she carries the original production model of Type 95 while both costumes she is using the renewed Type 95-1 rifle.
The artist 木shiyo commented on the design inspiration for both Type 95 and her sister AR Type 97 on the official Girls' Frontline art book:
The colour theme for the two sisters was decided long ago, the older sister has the white/blue combination to represent her maturity while the black/red combination was given to Type 97 to represent her activeness.
Clear contradiction of colours represents their contradicting character settings. The costume is designed with reference to the servicing uniforms, though the cloak and stockings are modified products, the skirt is also made shorter.
Type 95's outfit has blue ribbons incorporated into the design, the shoulder badge is also a modified version of the previous Norinco logo, the gloves badge had the People's Liberation Army logo prior to removal.
Type 95's costume layering design has been posted to 木shiyo's Pixiv page.
Gallery consisting of artworks used primarily in-game.
Alternate gallery consisting of artworks with slight alterations as well as miscellaneous artworks.
- Her New Year's costume is named after a Rosa "Old Blush", also commonly know as Fun Jwan Lo.
- Her dummy-linking quote of "new sisters" is referencing her other real life variants which are Type 95 Light Support Weapon/ Machine Gun (QBB-95) and Type 95 Carbine (QBZ-95B). It could also be referencing her improved variants which are QBZ-95-1 (Assault Rifle), QBB-95-1 (Light Support Weapon/Machine Gun), OBZ-95-1B-1 (Carbine) and QBZ-97-1 (Improved Type 97). This is because Type 95 is created as a series of the same weapon with emphasis on modularity with many of their parts interchangeable. This series could be referenced as sisters in Girls Frontline.
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