Thread: SRC G36K Gen 3
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Old September 19th, 2010, 20:51   #1
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Join Date: May 2009
Location: Lr.Sackville Nova Scotia
SRC G36K Gen 3

Backround:H&K started designing the G36 series in 1990 and the began production in 1996, it was later adopted as the standard service rifle of the German Bundeswehr and is still in service today. The most common variant being the G36K and the G36C.
Length Stock Extended: 860 mm (33.9 in)
Length Stock Folded: 615 mm (24.2 in)
Weight: 3.30 kg (7.3 lb)
Barrel Length: 318 mm (12.5 in)
Rate of Fire: 750 rounds/min
Mag Cap: 30rd Mag/ 100rd C-Drum
Body Materials: Carbon fiber-reinforced Polyamide
Length Stock Extended: 890mm (35.2 in)
Length Stock Folded: 640mm (25.2 in)
Weight: 3.2 Kg (7 lb)
(Inner) Barrel Length: 420mm (16.5 in)
Rate of Fire: Not yet available
Mag Cap: 470rd
Body Type :Nylon fiber & Glas s fiber
Price: $420 (Taxes in) + $45 for (9.6v 1600mah battery and charger)
Feet Per Second (FPS): 380 w/.20g
Batteries?/Charger?: No, Purchase separately
Battery Type: Mini Type Connector, Nun-Chuck OR Stick Type
Gear Box: Full Metal/ M120 Spring/ Battery Operated/ Generation 3
Gears: Full Metal 8mm ball bearings
Hop Up?: Yes, Full Metal
Energy: 2~3 Joule*
Effective Range 66 Yards/ 60 Meters/ 196.85 FT
-Metal Gears
-Metal Outer Barrel
-6.05mm Barrel
-Metal All-One piece hop-up
-Aluminum cylinder
-Aluminum cylinder head w/double o-rings
-Reinforced nylon fiber piston w/steel teeth
-Aluminum piston head w/bearings
-Aluminum bearing spring guide
-High temperature wires
-Understandable Engrish Manual
-Blacked Out Gearbox
-Locking Bolt
-3x Scope
-Fully ambidextrous
-Li-Po Ready
I love this gun and I've already gamed it and love it, the rate of fire is above average but slightly slower then a KWA G36C. the guns is of a superb build and although the gun is tinted/blacked out people couldn't even see it even when it was in their hands unless i told them and really it no big deal but I'm going to get it painted, the gun is dead accurate and the hop-up is very effective. there is enough room for the battery in the handguard, it doesn't rattle around but it does take some time to get it in. But like any gun it still has some flaws, one of the major problem i had was when i took it out of the box the scope was not a "+" but instead and off center "x" although i fixed it i can no longer make sight adjustments so it just so happens its perfectly sighted already so not that big of a deal. the second problem i have with this gun is that the folding stock when folded doesn't stay i place well, i hope when i paint the gun it will be better but i think they may of made the grove where the stock fits into the body to large, but when it's folded it feels like its fixed that way. overall i would recommend this gun to nearly anyone.
I will bring up some pictures soon and hopefully a video review!
Any questions? just ask!
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