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Old February 25th, 2009, 15:51   #1
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Witch company makes the best g36k with scope

I've been in the market for a new g36k and was just wondering what other peoples exp with other manufactures g36k are. My intention was to go with Ares but I want to see what other have to say first.

So if you own a jg,ka,tm,gg,ca...ect

http://aresusa.com/goods.php?id=463 < thats is what i'm set on now i just need some feed back to say wether or not they are still producing good guns.

so all your pro ass airsofters who already own a g36k with scope tell me how it handles and how the scope is i have searched everywhere to see how the magnification is some like it some dont but a pictire or video of it's magnification abbility would be steller thanks guys and girls hit me with your info XD
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Old February 25th, 2009, 16:06   #2
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1) STAR/Aries
2) Classic Army
3) Jing Gong

Tokyo Marui makes a really good G36C, but does not have the scope.

BTW, the scopes aren't all that good anyhow. Eye relief is usually poor, especially with goggles. The Red Dot version from STAR / Aries is a POS. The scope is the same though, which isn't too bad. The G&G scope rail is ok as well. None are as good as a real G36 scope rail, but those cost more then the AEG itself, if you can find one.
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Old February 25th, 2009, 16:10   #3
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The most common form of G36 series gun that i have seen on the field is CA. That being said, the CA G36K that i used to own was exquisite in its construction. After some internal upgrades, it should run flawlessly. I personally have heard too many odd stories from some of the Stat/Ares lineup to trust them. Personally, i would go with CA. You will not be disappointed in the slightest (at least from an exterior quality point of view)
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Old February 25th, 2009, 16:20   #4
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((I personally have heard too many odd stories from some of the Stat/Ares lineup to trust them.))

that is a bit confusing did you mean to say not to trust them or that they are a good make and it would be a decent buy?
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Old February 25th, 2009, 16:22   #5
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i have read alot of people saying the scope magnifies farther then the gun can actually shoot. the gun will be staying stock for about 2-6 months.
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Old February 25th, 2009, 16:24   #6
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Its pretty clear cut. He means he's heard some messed up stories about them, and he wouldnt trust them. Also, I fully agree with Mike, I bought his G36 for a friend of mine (Yes he is Age verified, I just knew Mike before hand) and we've had nothing but great experiences with it. Shoots very well, the body is very well constructed.
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Old February 25th, 2009, 16:34   #7
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so the classic army one?

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Its pretty clear cut. He means he's heard some messed up stories about them, and he wouldnt trust them. Also, I fully agree with Mike, I bought his G36 for a friend of mine (Yes he is Age verified, I just knew Mike before hand) and we've had nothing but great experiences with it. Shoots very well, the body is very well constructed.
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Old February 25th, 2009, 23:00   #8
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I heard the SRC/TSD gen3 ones are pretty good,
and the GEN 3 gearboxes and the internals on SRC guns are just incredible!!
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Old February 25th, 2009, 23:17   #9
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g36

I have a KWA g36c. Granted it doesn't come with a k-rail and scope the internals are absolutely bomb proof. It's basically pre-upgraded. All you need is a tightass barrel and you're good to rock. The k-rail scope is pretty crappy, but if you really want one you can get it from rsov.com for 40US plus ship or from huang 60CAD plus ship or the new ares dual optics k-rail from rsov 90US plus ship. I personaly like the C-rail better and mount a bushnell holosight with eotech 4x fts magnifier.
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Old February 25th, 2009, 23:24   #10
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g36

Forgot to mention. It shoots 380 to 400 fps out of the box. so it's a wee-bit hot for cqb. I've chronied mine av. 396 otb and 384 after the spring settled. At 8.4V i get ROF of 14 bps - 9.6 16 bps and with 11.1 LiPo i get 19.
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Old February 26th, 2009, 16:55   #11
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so what about the j.g g36k? is j.g a good company to buy from? it's only 100 usd so i'm spetical it's on http://www.wgcshop.com/ just click j.g and then right to the bottem the scopped version let me know it says it's not warrentied and what not. let me know bro
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Old February 26th, 2009, 17:02   #12
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((I personally have heard too many odd stories from some of the Stat/Ares lineup to trust them.))

that is a bit confusing did you mean to say not to trust them or that they are a good make and it would be a decent buy?
im saying that i have read reviews about Star/Ares guns that dont make them out to be all that great, from disassembly to quality of certain parts used. I think your best bet would be to get a CA G36. i promise you wont be disappointed.

EDIT: the fact is, that none of the other company's guns will be able to compete with CA on an external level. Considering externals are the most expensive to replace and internals aren't, id definitely go with CA. It will last a lifetime externally and internals can be replaced as they wear (as would happen with ANY gun)
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Old February 26th, 2009, 17:09   #13
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I have a CA36, and the externals are awesome. They're not ABS like the TM or JG one (I believe the CA one is fiber-reinforced nylon). It's very sturdy and also textured. Doens't become shiny after a while and has NO flex whatsoever.
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