Chinese MP5 style 9mm submachine gun

I know I said I was not going to blog for the next few days but I am very excited to finally see photos of the new Chinese made submachine gun I had heard about.

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It looks a lot like what I would expect the child of a Sig 550 rifle and an H&K MP5 submachine gun would look like. I actually think it looks pretty good. Not much is known about this gun. It chambers 9mm less-lethal rubber bullet rounds (effective range of 10-80 meters) and 9mm Parabellum. The intended users are law enforcement.

It features a folding stock, H&K style diopter iron sight and quick detach red dot sight.

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Grenade launcher attachment. Probably for less-lethal / crowd control ammunition.
Note MP5 style forward charging handle.

A few more images:

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Hat Tip: china_police at MP.net



Steve Johnson

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  • woodfiend

    At least they’re keeping their hands off of real MP5s. Communists using MP5s is nothing short of blasphemy.

  • Matt Groom

    “Communists using MP5s is nothing short of blasphemy.”

    On second thought… no comment.

  • Brad

    “It looks a lot like what I would expect the child of a Sig 550 rifle and an H&K MP5 submachine gun would look like.”

    To me it looks more like a copy of the H&K UMP.

    http://www.hkpro.com/ump.htm

  • michael

    I agree with Matt.

  • XxleoxX

    i kinda think it looks like a sig AR variant

  • They should have copied some designs and internal mechanism from other famous submachine guns… That’s what Chinese always do when they make their firearms.

    • Hyok Kim

      German MG34, HK roller-delayed blowback systems, Mauser C96, Walther P38 systems were all refined version of original Polish system.

      U.S. government paid Mauser fines for infringing on their patents.

      AK47 was largely coped from Garand and German MP44.

  • Lance

    Looks like a bunch of cheap chi-com crap to me.

  • Ann O. Namos

    Cool, looks awesome, follows the usual style (copy someone else’s design and improve it until it’s unbreakable, never jams, powerful, chambered for every cartridge the gunmakers can think of, and stamped by Norinco), and could probably be effective in any CQC. Still, Norinco have yet to top the type 97.
    NOTE: If you want to fire a 97 in full auto, go to China, where we usually keep a few handy at the firing ranges (yes, we have firing ranges). You can buy the civilian version (of the QBZ 97, 5.56 NATO) in Canada, but you won’t find it in America. This is probably because America is full of anti-communists, who won’t buy a thing we make.

  • Matt

    @Ann O. Namos
    “You can buy the civilian version (of the QBZ 97, 5.56 NATO) in Canada, but you won’t find it in America. This is probably because America is full of anti-communists, who won’t buy a thing we make.”

    We certainly hate communism but uhhh we definitely buy the things you make. The import restrictions that the rest of the world has to deal with in the exportation of firearms to our country certainly apply to the PRC so we aren’t like singling you out.

    For the record we love your people, language, food, culture and we’ll be proud to “Buy Chinese” just as soon as the CCP dissolves and you adopt an open, pluralistic and democratic electoral system. xie xie until then and /hugs out to the Chinese people!

  • sterling

    “Communists using MP5s is nothing short of blasphemy.”

    China wore german helmets and used Canadian made sten guns in WW2.

    They have also used C96 mauser pistols and Thompson smg’s.

  • Brandon

    @ Sterling well I ain’t some stupid god damn joking accent dumb ass sounding cunt. We fought hard for our country when we didn’t have the chance to make it ourselves. We did the charges we had the brave and strong women who fought along side us we ain’t a judging freak kind like you Brits. And your STENS SUCKED BALLS. Luckily the VZ26/30/33 was reliable. And yes we used the Thompson after some hard negotiating. And no we didn’t wear German helmets during WW2 what the fuck you on. And if we did it would be us joking around after a hard fight with the Japs. C96 Mausers were the elite pistols when they were made it became iconic in China. And why can’t we use the MP5( which was develop for law enforcement and the Chinese have develop a RUBBER BULLET version of the MP5 based firearm) which is surprising how does the great Empire not have their own rubber MP5s before the “Communists”?

    • Your comments are terrible and they make no sense. Also, do you kiss your mother/girlfriend/boyfriend with that mouth?

  • Brandon

    @ Lance unfortunately I wouldn’t want to visit your crap country because ummm I don’t want to get shot with 9mm MP5 submachineguns because I would rather take rubber ones. Chi-com crap? Well enjoy your litter of 9mms while I enjoy my fancy flying rubber rounds.

  • Brandon

    @ woodfiend nice gay name but Communism is the belief(religion not a political party but the Russians misinterpret it and Stalin fucked it up) of all for the weak. If one is too weak to be brought up again it is best to end it. If he is weak everyone goes for the weak. If one is strong use that strong for the weak that is Communism why can’t we use MP5s? The Germans were Fascist,Soviet Communist,and democratic while the Germany was split MP5(1960s) so why can’t we use them? Give one good fucking reason why I can’t fuck you up with the 9mm rubber “MP5”

  • bob

    Looks like a FAMAE SAF

  • imi

    As the brits would say… Fokking idgeots.. The lot of you. Cheers faggots.

  • Hyok Kim

    Chinese make a lot of crap, but when it comes to their own military use, they’re not too shabby. They actually made very good (and improved version) of Mauser C96.