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Hey guys, thanks for tuning in to another video on Forgotten Weapons. I'm Ian column and today, we are shooting a nine-millimeter type CS ls2. This is China's nine-millimeter submachine gun, the version of basically their type 97 bullpup assault rifle. These are available up here in Canada. I'm shooting this one courtesy of Movie Armaments Group. It has an iron sight that is screwed onto the Picatinny rail here and keeps coming loose on us. We have a suppressor on this guy. This is a bullpup submachine gun in nine by nine-millimeter parabellum, so I can only shoot it right-handed, just like the type 97. It has a 30-round proprietary magazine and a very light bolt, so it has a very high rate of fire. It also has a very awkward grip and the same atrociously horrible sights that the type 97 does. Just handling this thing, I don't think it has really any redeeming qualities except for maybe the fact that it's lightweight. So, we're gonna go ahead and put a few rounds through it here and see if it's as bad to shoot as it seems like it ought to be. Alright, so in nine-millimeter parabellum, a gun can only be so bad. That didn't really come loose. However, this thing, like I said, has a pretty darn light bolt. It fires very quickly, and it actually has a substantial amount of recoil impulse coming back. It's not that the recoil is very harsh, it's that the bolt is stopping when it physically slams into the back of the receiver, and it's transferring a lot of energy back into the shooter's shoulder, which causes the gun to vibrate around a lot. It makes it difficult to shoot accurately and effectively, and these truly atrocious sights really don't help. I honestly...