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Old August 16th, 2005, 03:37   #1
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Tm G36c

i'm looking for my first airsoft gun and obviously looking at g36c... i've read many reviews and i hear it's a great gun... but i want to hear from those who have played with this gun... any drawbacks besides the weight and battery?
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Old August 16th, 2005, 05:06   #2
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you just said that you have read many reviews, so why don't you make your decision based on those?

any information you get here will be just about as usefull to you as what you have already read in reviews.

Unless of course you haven't actually read any reviews, and are looking to be spoonfed, in which case, tough luck, because you aren't likely to get that here.
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Old August 16th, 2005, 05:15   #3
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i got 1 2 weeks ago the wight isent bad the battery can be 9.6v and if u make your own you can make it have a high mh but the big thing is id rather have a m4a1 so i might sell it to you or something :hammer:
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Old August 16th, 2005, 12:17   #4
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The G36 is a good durable gun mine has seen many a skirmish and pulled through, but then again you'd know that FOx_111 and Royal Marine would swear by the reliability of their weapons because you did a search right?
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Old August 17th, 2005, 00:23   #5
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you just said that you have read many reviews, so why don't you make your decision based on those?

any information you get here will be just about as usefull to you as what you have already read in reviews.

Unless of course you haven't actually read any reviews, and are looking to be spoonfed, in which case, tough luck, because you aren't likely to get that here.

no offence but if you don't have anything positive to add please don't post... i'm not directing this message solely to you...

i hate it when ppl say... search, look it up or any other BS... if airsoft wants to evolve maybe it should start by treating ppl politely, especially those who are just starting out, remember first impression is very important...

if you know the answer to something, tell them to look here, or ask this person or add a link... that's productive... i'm new here but so far the attitude of some members on this forum towards newbies are impressively negative... although there are select few who have helped me and others alike and i thank them... i'm not here to complain and bitch... all i'm saying is let's help each other out and if you don't want to then don't bother wasting other people's time... that's all folks :innocent:

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Old August 17th, 2005, 00:29   #6
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oh, and yes i have decided to get the g36... at the end of the month...
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Old August 18th, 2005, 02:21   #7
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well... i'm reading that lot of the kits for this gun are not very good... is this true? will i be stuck with a gun i won't be able to upgrade? i don't wanna bother upgrading to crappy parts... that's downgrading... any opinions?
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Old August 18th, 2005, 23:28   #8
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if you don't want our honest opinions then don't ask, you see if your on this forum your here for a reason. To learn about airsoft. Have you never been on a team before ? Your the new guy, if you want to be spoon fed it is not going to happen frankly. Get a girlfriend for that. I don' t give a flying fuck if I offend you or not.....but I will answer your question:

The g 36 is a fine gun it is easy to upgrade externally as well as internals. As for why you want to upgrade it internally.. if your just starting out there is no need your luck if half your shots are onb target to start with..give it a season before you upgrade the internals and by that time your gun will probably need a tune up anyways. Take this with a grain of salt but if your feelings are as frail as glass then airsoft may not be for you. Besides this is the internet we're all tough here ;-)
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Old August 19th, 2005, 03:23   #9
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i think i like the titties more than you :lol:
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Old August 19th, 2005, 04:17   #10
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I have tried the g36 before , it is a great gun. I really enjoyed shooting it and was thinking for a while to sell my AK-47 for one but I would never do that to my "One and only".
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Old August 19th, 2005, 08:32   #11
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I use Apocs G36 when my SR16 breaks.
Run it with the basics, spring, bushings and a 9.6v 3300mah batter. The sound of that gun on the field is like no other. Just get mags that can keep up to the rate of fire.
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Old August 19th, 2005, 14:25   #12
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how about the box mag that holds 5000 rounds... i just wanna get it so i can say mine's bigger than yours!!! lol
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Old September 5th, 2005, 00:31   #13
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Ya I was thinkin bout getin one of the G36s', and still might. I heard that there have bin a few problems with jaming and battery life and was sudgested to look at an M4. Extremly reliable. SO they say. Remember the wieght on that thing is is only gonna get heavier with a box hangin from the bottom of it and untill you've had a day of gaming in you don't know shit about fatigue.

Oh ya I don't care how many rounds you got cause all it takes is one from me and yer out.
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The G36 is a good durable gun mine has seen many a skirmish and pulled through, but then again you'd know that FOx_111 and Royal Marine would swear by the reliability of their weapons because you did a search right?

Yep, the TM G36 is the best AEG you can get. It will fit all your needs and will not break on you if you don't do silly things to it.

I have mince since 2003 and it still run like a new. never opened it. Im planning on converting it to a K version and installing a 400fps kit. But that will wait for next summer.
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Old September 6th, 2005, 00:02   #15
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I've heard good stuff about the G36 so I want to get one and change it into a SL9, but thats going to cost lots of $$$.
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