« A bullpup style assault rifle used by CSAT Pacific forces. It works as a common platform for different weapon types: a standard rifle, GL variant with attached grenade launcher, and a light support version with a longer barrel and drum magazine. The CAR-95 uses polymer materials in its construction and fires 5.8×42 mm small-caliber, high-velocity bullets.
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The CAR-95 series are a family of bullpup weapons used by both Pacific and North African CSAT forces. It was added with the release of the Apex DLC.



All variants are capable of using any of the following finishes:

  • Black: Standard black paint finish.
  • Hex: Arid Hexacam camouflage pattern.
  • Green Hex: Tropical Hexacam camouflage pattern.


  • The CAR-95 family is based on the "QBZ-95" series of bullpup assault rifles designed by the China North Industries Corporation (NORINCO) for use by the People's Liberation Army.
    • More specifically, the baseline CAR-95 appears to be modelled after the "T97NSR-A". The T97 is a modified variant that was designed exclusively for export sales, and is chambered to fire 5.56 mm NATO ammunition instead.
    • While proprietary prototype variants of the QBZ-95 with integrated flat top rails do exist, none are officially in service with the Chinese military (as of 2018).
  • The underbarrel grenade launcher is based on the "QLG-10A" grenade launcher that can often be found mounted to real-life QBZ-95s.
    • Unlike its real-life version (which uses non-NATO standard 35 mm grenades instead) it fires the same 40 mm grenades that are universally shared across all of the factions.
  • The CAR-95-1 is based on the "QBB-95-1", a modified variant of the baseline QBZ-95 that was designed to be a squad automatic weapon.
  • Despite being portrayed as the service weapons of Pacific CSAT forces, the CAR-95 series (along with the CMR-76) use the wrong naming nomenclature, even though other weapons like the Type 115 are designated correctly.
    • The correct designation for the CAR-95 series would actually be Type 95-2; the -2 suffix would be to designate that it is a further modernised and improved variant of the existing QBZ-95-1.
  • Prior to the release of the Tac-Ops DLC, the CAR-95 family was only utilised by Pacific CSAT forces. This was changed with the DLC's second mini-campaign, Stepping Stone, which showed the weapon being used by North African CSAT units as well.
    • This is likely a reference to the real-world Sudanese Armed Forces, which chose a derivative of NORINCO's QBZ-95 as the service rifle for their "Kombo Future Soldier" program in 2014.


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Weapons of comparable role and configuration