Type 56 Rifle

The Type 56 assault rifle is a Chinese copy of the Kalashnikov AK-47 assault rifle, which has been manufactured since 1956. It was produced by state factory 66 from 1956-73, then by Norinco from 1973 onwards. Originally, the Type 56 was a direct copy of the AK-47, and featured a milled receiver, but starting in the mid-1960s, the guns were manufactured with stamped receivers much like the Soviet AKM. Visually, most versions of the Type 56 are distinguished from the AK-47 and AKM by the fully-enclosed hooded front sight (all other AK pattern rifles, including those made in Russia, have a partially open front sight). Many versions also feature a folding bayonet attached to the barrel just aft of the muzzle.

Stage II Rules

Type: Assault Rifle
Caliber: 7.62x39mm (Stage III Rules use the full Ballistics Chart)
Capacity: 30
Damage: 7
Penetration: x2/x3
Range: Medium/Sniping
Speed: 3/5/7
Recoil: 7
Bulk: 3
Weight: 3.8 kg
Barter Value: GG300
Street Price: $400
Quirks:Durable 1: For the purposes of accruing Wear, the Type 56 Assault Rifle's level of use is considered to be 1 level(s) lower

than actual use or conditions would indicate.

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