Flagset 73019 Chinese People's Liberation Army Machine Gunner

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Parts List:

  1. Jacket
  2. Trousers
  3. Bulletproof vest
  4. Neck sleeve
  5. Service cap
  6. Helmet
  7. Tactical suit
  8. Wristbands*2
  9. Tactical knapsack
  10. Leg bag
  11. Cartridge drum bag*2
  12. Grenade*2
  13. Kettle bag
  14. Impurity bag
  15. Cartridge clip bag*4
  16. DIY Camouflage cloth
  17. Belt A
  18. Kneecap*2
  19. Interphone sleeve
  20. Interphone
  21. Parts package
  22. Belt B
  23. Tactical boots
  24. Armband*1
  25. Collar Badge*1对
  26. Flag
  27. chest*1
  28. head
  29. Body 5.0
  30. Goggles
  31. Headset
    32.Weapons gripping
  32. knives
  33. Scabbard
  34. kettle
  35. T-shirts 95
  36. 95 machine gun
  37. Cartridge drum*2
  38. Cartridge clip*2





































QBB-95 - Norinco
#2

New camo pattern for people who are into this topic.

Most likely only the rifle loose for, me in case DAM doesn’t replicate this as well.


#3

Not into Chinese figures but this doesn’t look too bad.


#4

I really like this one. A ton of novel gear, plus as was mentioned initially, this is only the second figure to come equipped with standard PLA camo. Cool HS as well.


#5

Interesting weapon. A sustained-fire variant of the QBZ-95 rifle, with a longer, heavier barrel, firing a “machine gun” cartridge. Used as a SAW, without unique design like the Minimi/M249 NATO weapons.


#6

Reminds me of the L86 in that respect.


#7

I want to like this QBB-95, but I can’t help but notice the optic rail mounted, and with no optic provided to use with it. I would hope the rail is removable - wouldn’t it block the rear sight? If so, as configured, it would be rendered unable to sight properly.

Yeah, I could use an optic from my collection, but I’d rather Flagset provide a Chinese MG optic. I don’t think we have any of those in the scale.


#8

I am not sure there are any Chinese sights/scopes in use other than the standard QBZ scopes that can attach directly to the rail of the carrying handle. All the other Flagset and Dam figures provided a western scope with the Chinese rifles that had a picatinny rail mounted on top of the carrying handle.


#9

I’m not aware of how tight the strictures are, for regular soldiers in the PLA, regarding private purchase optics. The QB-95 family has, of course, some issue scopes. There are various images of other optics (SOF, or perhaps photo-op situations), and a number of “western” optics would enhance SAW performance.


#10

A chart for the various components for the rifle -

The newer DBP10 heavy round, that is / will be used by both QBZ and QBB Type 95 weapons -

And finally, what I think is an airsofter image, because they usally have much nicer toys -


#11

I wouldn’t have a problem slapping one of the standard QBZ-95 optics on the QBB, but those mount directly to the carry handle, not a picatinny rail. So, again, here’s hoping that rail section is removable.


#12

Here’s an example of one.

It does appear to be attached to a short picatinny rail section. Hence why I’d like that sight to be included here…instead of a rail with nothing mounted (that may, as I stated before, be blocking the rear iron sight)


#13

Interesting figure.

Only the rifle and spare drum mags and pouches are of interest to me. I would love to get that and add it to their border patrol figure.


#14

You actually got that one? Would you share some close ups of the rifle?


#15

I don’t have it, but I have been looking to get it if I can find one for a decent price.


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#17

Another great success of Flagset, and I really like the color of the uniform …


#18

If you are into “foreign” figures, have a look at their 73017 Israeli!


#19

I’m mostly fan of Soldier Story, all times, as well as some “Russian” Damtoys, but the budget is still limited …