The T65 (Type 65) is an assault rifle developed and manufactured by the Combined Service Forces of Republic of China Army in Taiwan. It is a variant of the AR-15 with an AR-18 type short stroke gas system, modified iron sights, reshaped stock, and redesigned handguards. The designated number 65 refers to the Year 65 of Republic of China (1976), the year this model was developed. Upgraded versions were designated the Type 65K2 and Type 65K3.
The T-65 assault rifle was the standard issue weapon for the army and the marine corps. The military replaced all T65s in frontline units with the T86 in 1997, while the military police has already been issued T91 in 2002.