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Old March 16th, 2009, 17:55   #16
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Last point is battery on my CA G36. I had to go w/ a 8.4v 4500mAh battery to keep it going all day. Either that or you need a none custom made battery. all custom made batteries either 8.4 or 9.6 would not fire this gun over more then 5 times. Of course getting the larger battery pack required a change to the ButtStock to accomoade the sub C batteries.
Then you have something wrong with your gun, that's not normal! Don't put ideas into his head that he doesn't need to think about.
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Old March 16th, 2009, 18:01   #17
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On the metal side track don't forget the real deal is pretty much all "plasic" anyways.
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Old March 16th, 2009, 18:02   #18
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Classic Army G36 all the way. I've compared it to both the Jg and TM G36s, and the CA one beats them hands down for external quality. And I mean by a lot.

The internals are very good also. I fired over 25,000 rounds through mine without any failure. CA internals have come a really long way. I'd say at this point they're pretty damned close to TM. Definetly better than JG. Mine also chronied 315 stock, which is stock CA.

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Last point is battery on my CA G36. I had to go w/ a 8.4v 4500mAh battery to keep it going all day. Either that or you need a none custom made battery. all custom made batteries either 8.4 or 9.6 would not fire this gun over more then 5 times. Of course getting the larger battery pack required a change to the ButtStock to accomoade the sub C batteries.

My two cents.
I've run my stock CA36 on a 8.4v, 1500mah mini all day. Check the quality of your wires.
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Old March 16th, 2009, 18:08   #19
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I have the Classic Army and I love it. Running it off an 8.4v 1600mah battery, 2 will last half a day of straight shooting. Upgrades and extras aren't too hard to find, about the same availability as with TM parts.
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Old March 16th, 2009, 18:18   #20
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wow all the feed back is incredible, I think ill probly go with the CA, just wondering what it will take to run it to 350-380 fps. Thanks again!
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Old March 16th, 2009, 18:21   #21
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You forgot to mention that the JG comes with a G36K conversion kit, as well as a sling, it's in the same city as you.. and that it's been upgraded :P

I've seen the JG G36 you're talking about and it is a good gun that's worth it... Ask anyone... Me saying that a JG is a good gun is a VERY rare occasion.
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Old March 16th, 2009, 18:33   #22
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In his Pm it didnt say anything about upgrades, sorry, and I didnt know about the Conversion kit either...now that thats come to light....dammit this is hard lol.
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Old March 16th, 2009, 18:36   #23
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Whenever something like this happens the correct response it to get all three.
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Old March 16th, 2009, 18:42   #24
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In his Pm it didnt say anything about upgrades, sorry, and I didnt know about the Conversion kit either...now that thats come to light....dammit this is hard lol.
Well, Go check out the G36 in person before making a decision. The G36 is the one thing that JG does right... And this one's been taken care up and pre-upgraded.

I chrono'd it and it's shooting 380 +/- 5 FPS.. And there's no way a stock JG could be that consistent.
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Old March 16th, 2009, 18:51   #25
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I'd recommend the CA over any of the other ones, it seems to just be better built/looks better. Plus it doesnt seem to have the trigger problem that JG experience.
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Old March 16th, 2009, 18:59   #26
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if you have no experience playing airsoft before, then go with TM, cause then you can run and gun immediately. If the CA comes with internal upgrades, than buy that; that way you have no worries about it failing. If you dont mind upgrading your gun from the get go, then get a CA. Take me for example, i played with a stock gun for a year. I bought TM cause i new that stock, it would work forever. Now since i now how stock guns last and such, i upgrade them immediately. So i dunno, hopefully that gives you some idea of it all.
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Old March 16th, 2009, 19:13   #27
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if you have no experience playing airsoft before, then go with TM, cause then you can run and gun immediately. If the CA comes with internal upgrades, than buy that; that way you have no worries about it failing. If you dont mind upgrading your gun from the get go, then get a CA. Take me for example, i played with a stock gun for a year. I bought TM cause i new that stock, it would work forever. Now since i now how stock guns last and such, i upgrade them immediately. So i dunno, hopefully that gives you some idea of it all.
Normally I'd agree, but the stock quality of the CA36 is amazing. I honestly can't think of any case where I'd recommend the TM one over the CA.
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Old March 17th, 2009, 12:49   #28
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Thanks for all of your help, CA it is. Your comments were all helpfull!
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