We’re very excited to take a privileged look at the Type 64, an integrally suppressed submachine gun designed in China in the early 1960s. Taking several design elements from other Combloc small arms, it fired a special subsonic, spitzer 7.62x25mm round.
Check out Matt’s accompanying article about the Type 64, here: http://armourersbench.com/2019/12/01/chinese-type-64-suppressed-submachine-gun
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