|Full name||聯勤5.56公釐T91戰鬥步槍 (Combined Logistics calibre 5.56 Type 91 Combat Rifle)|
|Country of origin||Taiwan|
|Faction||Griffin & Kryuger|
|Voice actor||Kokido Shiho|
|Released on||CN, TW, KR, EN, JP|
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The T91 is a 5.56x45mm caliber, selective fire rifle designed by Combined Logistics and produced by the 205th Armory of Taiwan. It's derived from the T86 rifle and is a direct successor to the previous Taiwanese service rifle, the T65. The name 'T91' indicates the rifle was developed in the 91st year since the establishment of the Republic of China, with the actual year of production being 2002. The T91 entered service the following year, and replaced the T65 rifle to become the new standard service rifle of the Taiwanese military. Other than Taiwan, a number of other countries, such as Jordan and the United Arab Emirates, have also enlisted the T91 into service with their armed forces. Indonesia can produce the T91 under license.
The design of the T91 is based on the earlier T65 rifle, which itself was based on the AR-15 platform. It also incorporates features from the M16 and AR-18 rifles. Unlike most AR-15 derivatives, the T91 uses a short-stroke gas piston instead of a direct impingement system, using the modernized gas piston system of the T86 for easier maintenance. The parts and operating mechanism within the upper receiver of the T91 are also coated with nickel boride to improve firing reliability under extreme conditions. The forward assist typically found on AR-15 derivative rifles has also been removed.
The standard variant of the T91 features a chrome-lined 408mm long barrel, while the weapon itself measures 880mm with the telescopic stock fully extended. The T91 is able to achieve an 850 rounds per minute cyclic rate of fire with a muzzle velocity of 975 m/s, and has an effective range of 400 meters. Like many military rifles, the T91 is able to fire in 3-round bursts in addition to semi-automatic and fully automatic fire. The weapon is fed with Taiwan made 30-round STANAG compatible magazines housing 5.56x45mm NATO cartridges.
Standard issue T91 rifles have a carrying handle that also functions as the rear peephole sight, similar to the M16 pattern of rifles. The carry handle is removable, allowing the operator access to a top-mounted Picatinny rail for fitting compatible optics. The front handguard is triangular in shape, and can fit the T85 40mm under-barrel grenade launcher. The launcher itself is of a sliding barrel break-action much like the American M203. The CQC carbine variant make use of a different pattern of handguard since it has a shorter barrel. This shorter handguard has integrated Picatinny rails on all four sides to attach modern combat equipment.
An upgraded version of the T91 has been proposed by 205th Armory, with gradual upgrading of in-service T91 rifles being in progress with some departments of the army of Taiwan. Designated the 'T91S', this new model sports various changes to minor features of the rifle, such as the flash suppressor style, the barrel thickness, the handguard's design, and the removal of the bayonet mount. The carrying handle has also been removed entirely, with the T91S making use of a flip-up rear sight.
A T-doll around 150-160cm in height, with cyan hair and orange eyes. T91 was first released with the Taiwanese server, and she was added on the other servers a month after.
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- T91 was originally an exclusive T-doll for the TW Servers before being added to the other servers construction pools at a later date.
- There are warning markings on T91's upper receiver that indicates the receiver is strictly for use with the T91. Though the upper receivers of the T65 and T91 can fit on each other, they are not reverse compatible. Firing a T91 with a T65 upper receiver can cause chamber detonations as the firing pin strikes the cartridge primer.
- The same warning marking can be found on T91's stock.
- Before becoming a T-Doll for G&K, T91 apparently worked at a tea shop.
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