Modern equipment of the People's Liberation Army Ground Force

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Modern equipment of the People's Liberation Army Ground Force is a list of military equipment currently in service with the People's Liberation Army Ground Force.

Infantry equipment[edit]

Pistols[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
P19 Semi-automatic pistol 9x19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China
P12 Semi-automatic pistol 9x19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China
QX-04 Semi-automatic pistol Multi-Caliber  People's Republic of China
QSW-06 Suppressed pistol 5.8x21mm DCV05 or 5.8×21mm DAP92  People's Republic of China 20-round magazine. Used by the Special Forces. Replaced the Type 67.
QSZ-92 Semi-automatic pistol 5.8×21mm DAP92 or 9×19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China CF=98.jpg 15 or 20-round magazines.
LP5 Semi-automatic pistol 9×19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China Designated for military officers. Limited service
CF-07 Semi-automatic pistol 9×19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China Designated for military officers. Limited service.
QSZ-11 Semi-automatic pistol 5.8×22mm DAP92  People's Republic of China Designated for military officers. Limited service.
Type 84[1] Semi-automatic pistol 5.8×21mm DAP92  People's Republic of China Designated for military officers. Limited service.
Type 77 Semi-automatic pistol 7.62×17mm Type 64  People's Republic of China 7-round magazine. Limited service.

Retired pistols[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
Type 54 Semi-automatic pistol 7.62×25mm Type 51  People's Republic of China Based on Tokarev TT-33.
Type 59 Semi-automatic pistol 9×18mm Makarov  People's Republic of China MakarovPM.jpg Based on the Makarov PM.
Type 80 Semi-automatic pistol 5.8×21mm DAP92  People's Republic of China Designated for military officers. Limited service.
Type 67 Suppressed pistol 7.62×17mm Type 64  People's Republic of China Used by Special Forces.
Type 64 Semi-automatic pistol 7.62×17mm Type 64  People's Republic of China

Submachine Guns[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
LS7 Sub-machine gun 9x19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China
CS/LS6 Sub-machine gun 9×19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China 50-round magazine. Used by Special Forces. Limited service.
CS/LS5 Sub-machine gun 9×19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China 30-round magazine. Used by Special Forces. Limited service.
CS/LS3 Sub-machine gun 9×19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China 50-round magazine. Limited service.
CF-11 Sub-machine gun 9x19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China
CS/LS2 Sub-machine gun 9×19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China Qcw 05 l4.jpg 30-round magazine. Commercial version of QCQ-05, also known as JS 9mm
QCQ-05 Suppressed sub-machine gun 5.8×21mm DAP92  People's Republic of China QCQ05.jpg 50-round magazine. Suppressor is detachable.
QCW-05 Sub-machine gun 5.8x21mm DAP92  People's Republic of China 50-round magazine.
Type 85 Sub-machine gun 7.62×25mm Type 51  People's Republic of China 30-round magazine. It is an upgraded Type 79. Limited service.
Type 82 Sub-machine gun 7.62×25mm Type 51  People's Republic of China Submachine gun wz63.jpg 15 or 25-round magazine. It is an upgraded Type 79. Limited service in the Special Forces.
Type 79 Sub-machine gun 7.62×25mm Type 51  People's Republic of China Evers Type 79 SMG.PNG 20-round magazine. Limited service.
Type 64 Suppressed sub-machine gun 7.62×25mm Type 51  People's Republic of China 30-round magazine. Has an internal suppressor. Limited service in the Special Forces.

Rifles[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
CS/LR17 Assault rifle
Battle rifle
Carbine
Marksman rifle
Support weapon
5.56x45mm
5.8×42mm
7.62x39mm
7.62x51mm
 People's Republic of China Modular rifle family, unveiled at the 2016 Zhuhai Airshow.
CS/LR14 Battle rifle 7.62x51mm  People's Republic of China 30-round magazine.
QBZ-95 Bullpup rifle 5.8×42mm DBP87  People's Republic of China Rifle Type 95.jpg 30-round magazine or 80-round drum magazine. Standard service rifle. Flat-top variants are under evaluation.
QBZ-03 Assault rifle 5.8×42mm DBP87  People's Republic of China 30-round magazine. Serving only with the second line PLAGF units.
Type 81 Assault rifle 7.62×39mm M43  People's Republic of China Type-81rifle.JPG 30-round magazine or 75-round drum magazine. It is in service only in Reserve Forces. Based on elements from the Dragunov, SKS, and AK-47 series rifles.
Type 56 Assault rifle 7.62×39mm M43  People's Republic of China Type 56 rifle.jpg 30-round magazine. Serving in the Militia and Reserve Forces. Based on the AK-47.

Carbines[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
QBZ-03 Carbine Carbine 5.8×42mm  People's Republic of China Shortened variant of the Type 03.
QBZ-95B Carbine 5.8×42mm  People's Republic of China
Type 56 carbine Semi-automatic carbine 7.62×39mm M43  People's Republic of China Norinco SKS.jpg 10-round internal magazine. Serving only in Militia Forces, and in use as the ceremonial rifle. Based on the SKS.

Objective Individual Combat Weapon[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
ZH-05 Objective Individual Combat Weapon 5.8x42 / 20mm airbust grenade  People's Republic of China 30-round magazine and 1-round 20mm grenade launcher. An equivalent to the American XM29 OICW.[2] It is a variant of the QBZ-03 assault rifle.[3]

Nonlinear Line Of Sight Weapons[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
HD-66[4] Nonlinear Line Of Sight Weapons 9×19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China It uses the QSZ-92 as the main pistol, and is an equivalent to the Israeli CornerShot.
CF-06[4] Nonlinear Line Of Sight Weapons 9×19mm Parabellum  People's Republic of China It uses the QSZ-92 as the main pistol, and is an equivalent to the Israeli CornerShot.

Machine guns[edit]

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
CS/LR-17 Battle rifle
Assault rifle
Carbine
Marksman rifle
Light machine gun
5.56x45mm
5.8x42mm
7.62x39mm
7.62x51mm
 People's Republic of China Unveiled at the 2016 Zhuhai Airshow.
QBB-95 Bullpup light machine gun 5.8x42mm DBP87  People's Republic of China Machine gun Type95.jpg 30-round magazine or 75-round drum magazine. Standard service light support weapon variant of the QBZ-95.
QJY-88 Light machine gun 5.8x42mm DBP87  People's Republic of China 100, 200-round magazine or belt. Replaced the Type 67 general purpose machine gun.
CQ 7.62mm[5] General-purpose machine gun 7.62x41mm NATO  People's Republic of China Belt-fed.
Type 81 Light machine gun 7.62x39mm M43  People's Republic of China Machine gun Type81.jpg 75-round drum magazine. Light purpose machine gun variant of the Type 81 assault rifle.
Type 80/86 General-purpose machine gun 7.62x54mmR  People's Republic of China VOA Arrott - A View of Syria, Under Government Crackdown 08.jpg 100, 200, or 250-round magazines. Based on the PKMS.
Type 67 General-purpose machine gun 7.62×54mmR  People's Republic of China ChineseType672MG.jpg 100-round magazine or 250-round belt. Replaced the Type 53 (SG-43) and Type 57 (SGM) general purpose machine guns.

Heavy machine guns[edit]

Multi-barrel Machine Guns[edit]

Sniper rifles[edit]

Anti-personnel rifles[edit]

  • XY - 8.6 mm (temporary designation)
  • CS/LR17 - 5.56 mm or 7.62 mm
  • CN500 - 7.62 mm
  • CS/LR4 - 5.8mm rifle[15]
  • FY-JS - 5.8mm rifle
  • CS/LR3 - 5.8mm rifle
  • CS/LR19 - 7.62mm
  • JS 7.62 - Serving only in Police Sniper Division
  • QBU-88 - Standard service designated marksmen rifle
  • Type 85 - Upgraded Type 79
  • Type 79 - Standard service designated marksmen rifle Dragunov SVD

Anti-material rifles[edit]

  • QBU-10 - Anti-material sniper rifle[16]
  • NSG-145 - 14.5 mm
  • CS/LR12 - 12.7 mm
  • NSG-127 - 12.7 mm
  • CS/LR5 - 12.7 mm[17]
  • LR2 - 12.7mm
  • AMR-2 - Anti-material sniper rifle
  • NSG50 - 12.7 mm
  • LR2A - 12.7 mm[18] Anti-armor sniper rifle
  • M06 - Anti-material sniper rifle[19]
  • M99 - Anti-material sniper rifle[20]
  • W-03 - Anti-material sniper rifle
  • JS 12.7 - Anti-material sniper rifle
  • JS 05 - Anti-material sniper rifle

Shoulder fired weapons[edit]

Automatic/semi-automatic grenade launchers[edit]

  • LG6
  • LG5
  • LG4
  • LG3
  • QLB-06
  • QLZ-04
  • QLZ-87
  • Type 87

Under-barrel grenade launchers[edit]

  • LG2
  • LG1
  • QLG-91B
  • QLT-80
  • QLT-89
  • Type 91

Hand grenades[edit]

  • WY-91
  • JYS-1
  • JYB-1
  • JYD-1
  • SC-2 - lachrymatory/smoke
  • SC-2 - lachrymatory
  • Type 86
  • Type 82-2
  • Type 79 - rocket-propelled
  • Type 79
  • Type 77-1
  • Type 73
  • Type 67
  • Type 59
  • Type 42
  • Type 3
  • Type 1

Mortars[edit]

  • Type 93 - 60 mm
  • Type 90 - 60 mm
  • Type 84 - 82 mm
  • Type 87 - 82 mm
  • W-99 - 82 mm
  • Type 80 - 100 mm
  • Type 89 - 100 mm
  • Type 86 - 120 mm
  • WX-90 - 60 mm
  • WW-90-60M - 60 mm
  • WW-90-60L - 60 mm
  • W-91 - 81 mm
  • W-87 - 81 mm
  • Type 71 - 100 mm
  • Type 83 - 60 mm
  • Type 67 - 82 mm
  • Type 64 - 120 mm
  • Type 63 - 60 mm
  • Type 56 - 160 mm
  • Type 55 - 120 mm
  • Type 53 - 82 mm

Flamethrowers[edit]

  • Type 74
  • Type 58

Anti-aircraft guns[edit]

  • QJC-88 - 12.7 mm[10]
  • W77 - 12.7 mm[11]
  • QJG-02 - 14.5 mm
  • QJZ-89 - 12.7 mm
  • Type 85 - 12.7 mm
  • Type 80 - 14.5 mm
  • Type 77 - 12.7 mm
  • Type 75 - 14.5 mm
  • Type 59 - 12.7 mm
  • Type 58 - 2 × 14.5 mm
  • Type 54 - 12.7 mm

Anti-tank rockets and missiles[edit]

Vehicles[edit]

Tanks[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
Type 99/A/A2 Main battle tank Type 99: 496[26]
Type 99A: 124[26]
 People's Republic of China Type 99 MBT front right.jpg 16 battalions of Type 99, 4 battalions of Type 99A as of December 2015.[26]
Type 96/A Main battle tank Type 96: 961[27]
Type 96A: 1,116[27]
 People's Republic of China ZTZ-96 MBT 20131004.JPG 31 battalions of Type 96 and 36 battalions of Type 96A as of December 2015.[27]
Type 79 Main battle tank 300 (2012)[28]  People's Republic of China Type 79-ІІ Chinese Tank.jpg It is used by Reserve Forces and training units.
Type 59/-I/-II/-IIA/D/G Main battle tank Type 59/Type 59-I: 1300[29]
Type 59-II: 510[29]
Type 59D: 550[29]
 People's Republic of China Chinese MBTs 070324-F-0193C-040.JPEG One of the first Chinese battle tanks in PLA service.[30] 36 battalions of Type 59/Type 59-I, 16 battalions of Type 59-II, 17 battalions of Type 59D, with a total of 2,360 units in service in December 2015.[29] Based on the T-55.
ZTD-05 Amphibious light tank  People's Republic of China ZBD-05 amphibious IFV in Beijing.jpg
Type 63/A Amphibious light tank Type 63/-I/-II: 500+[30]
Type 63A/A-I/A-II (2012): 300+[31]
 People's Republic of China Type 63 tank - above.jpg Based on the PT-76.

Retired tanks[edit]

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
Type 85/-III Main battle tank  People's Republic of China Chinese Type 85-ІІІ Tank.jpg It is no longer in service as of 2012.[28]
Type 80 Main battle tank  People's Republic of China ChineseType80Tank1.jpg It is no longer in service as of 2012.[28]
Type 69/-II Main battle tank  People's Republic of China Type 69 tanks 20131004.JPG It is no longer in service as of 2012.[28] Based on the T-62.

Infantry fighting vehicles[edit]

ZBD2000
ZBD-97
Type 90
Type 89
Type 86
Type 85

Armored personnel carriers[edit]

  • VP10
  • ZBL09
  • CS/VNBC
  • 13P
  • 07P
  • Type 90 – Armored personnel carrier
  • ZSL-93 – Armored Personnel Carrier
  • ZSL-92 – Armored Personnel Carrier
    Type 63
  • 8M[34] - Wheeled mine resistant, ambush protected vehicle jointly developed by Norinco and South African firm EWI2 for China,[35] first revealed in mid-2012.[36]
  • CS/VP4[37] - Wheeled mine resistant, ambush protected vehicle developed by Poly Technologies based on Caprivi Mk 1 MRAP of South African firm Mobile Land Systems (MLS).,[38][39] first revealed in the 9th Zhuhai Airshow in November 2012.[40][41] Poly Technologies imported eleven Caprivi Mk 1 vehicles from MLS with technologies in the beginning of November 2010,[42][43][43] and CS/VP4 is the Chinese development of Caprivi.[44][45]
  • CS/VP3[46] - Wheeled mine resistant, ambush protected vehicle developed by Poly Technologies[47] as a lighter 4×4 version of heavier 8×8 CS/VP4 mentioned above.[48]
  • Type 89 – Armored Personnel Carrier (In Service-Main)
  • YW309Armored personnel carrier
  • Type 85 – Armored Fighting Vehicle
  • Type 81 – Armored personnel carrier [49]
  • Type 77 – Amphibious Armored Personnel Carrier (In Service)
  • Type 63 – Armored Personnel Carrier (In Service)

Armored cars[edit]

  • ZFB08
  • ZFB05
  • VN3
  • QL550
  • CS/VNBC

ATGM carriers[edit]

Rocket artillery[edit]

  • SY400 - strategic MLRS, first unveiled at the 2008 Zhuhai Airshow [52]
  • SY300 – strategic MLRS, first unveiled at the 2008 Zhuhai Airshow [52]
  • SR-5
  • WS-3[50]
  • WS-2
  • WS-1 and WS-1B – an 8 and 4 tube 320 mm multiple launch rocket system by Sichuan Aerospace Industry Corporation (SCAIC, also known as Base 062)
  • WS-6
  • WS-15
  • WS-22
  • WS-32
  • WS-33
  • WS-35
  • WS-43
  • WS-63
  • WS-64
  • PHL03 - 300 mm
  • SR-5 - 300 mm
  • A-200 - 300 mm
  • A-200 - 300 mm
  • A-100 MRL – 10 tube 300 mm Multiple Rocket Launcher System
  • AR3 – 300 mm
  • AR1A – 300 mm [53]
  • AR2 – 300 mm [53]
  • PR50 - 122 mm
  • SR-4 - 122 mm
  • WM-80 – 273 mm Multiple Rocket Launcher Systems
  • WM-40 – 273 mm
  • PHZ89 – 40×122 mm
  • Type 90 – 30×130 mm
  • Type 85/YW 306 a 23 mm rocket artillery guns (copy of Russian ZU-23-2) on a YW 531H chassis and Type 82 artillery (on a Yanan SX250 6×6 truck) – 30 tube 130 mm multiple rocket launcher replacing the 19 tube 130 mm multiple rocket launcher of the Type 70 (on a YW 531C) and Type 63 (on a 4×4 truck)
  • Type 90 – 40 × 122 mm rockets
  • Type 81 – 40 × 122 mm rockets
  • Type 82 – 30 × 130 mm rockets
  • Type 82 – 130 × 130 mm rockets
  • Type 70 – 122 mm
  • Type 762 – 284 mm
  • Type 74 – 284 mm
  • Type 70 – 19 × 130 mm
  • Type 65 – rocket system [54]
  • Type 63 – 130 mm
  • Type 63 – 107 mm

Gun artillery[edit]

Self-propelled[edit]

PLZ-05
PLZ-45
PLZ-07
  • PLZ-04 – 54 calibre
  • PLZ-05 – 155 mm self-propelled howitzer
  • PLZ-52 – 155 mm
  • PLZ-45 – 155 mm self-propelled howitzer
  • PLZ-07 – 122 mm self-propelled howitzer
  • PLL-09 – 122mm
  • PLZ-09
  • PLZ-89 (Type 89) – amphibious 122 mm self-propelled howitzer replacing the Type 85 (YW 531C chassis) and Type 70 (YW 531B chassis)
  • SH9 - 120 mm mortar-howitzer
  • CS/SM10 - 120 mm mortar-howitzer
  • Norinco SH1 – 155 mm
  • SH3 – 122 mm
  • SH2 – 122 mm
  • SP-3 – 122mm SP howitzer
  • CS/SH4 – 122mm SP howitzer
  • CS/SH1 – 122mm SP howitzer
  • CS/SH2 – 105mm SP howitzer
  • CS/AH2 – 105mm
  • CS/SS6 – 81 mm
  • CS/SM4 – 81 mm
  • CS/SM1 – 81 mm
  • SH-5 – 105 mm self-propelled howitzer
  • Type 83 – 152 mm [55]
  • PLL05 – 120 mm [56]
  • Type 96 – SP howitzer[57]
  • Type 92 – 122 mm self-propelled
  • Type 90 – 122 mm self-propelled
  • Type 85 howitzer – 122 mm self-propelled
  • W90 – 203 mm self-propelled howitzer
  • Type 70 – 122 mm
  • Type 70 – self-propelled 122 mm

Towed[edit]

  • AH4 - 155 mm
  • AHS4 - 155 mm
  • AH2 - 155 mm
  • AH1 - 155 mm
  • PLL01 – 155 mm
  • Type 86 – 152 mm
  • Type 83 – 152 mm
  • Type 66 – 152 mm
  • Type 59 and Type 59-1 – copy of the Soviet M46 130 mm towed field gun
  • Type 96 – 122 mm
  • Type 86 – 122 mm
  • Type 83 – 122 mm
  • Type 60 – 122 mm

Trucks[edit]

See also[edit]

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