The QBZ-95 was first observed outside China on 1 July 1997, when the United Kingdom transferred the sovereignty of Hong Kong to the People's Republic of China. The weapon was designed to replace the standard-issueType 81 assault rifle. The QBZ-95 had replaced the Type 81 in frontline units by 2006, and is gradually replacing it in second-line units and the People's Armed Police.
Conflict: Global Terror Edit
QBZ-95 is used by terrorists in South Korea. It is incorrectly called "QBZ-97". It can only fire in three-round bursts and semi-automatic.