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6 reviews | 4 out of 5
This Gun is good for the price! It was $99. and you get what you pay for. This is my secondary weapon to my sniper. I also have the Crossman C11 CO2 pistol as a sidearm(there are better pistols but not to bad 4 stars)
Not bad priced for what all it can do
400 rd. mag
4 rail system I put a flashlight on one rail
accurate for CQC. Cons:
not the best for Field battles but it works
took a little bit to figure out form the manual how stuff works
plastic gears and the outside is plastic but it is only $99 All in all worth the buy. I have had it only couple of days so I don't know how durable it is. But the box comes with papers to register the gun and KEEP YOUR RECEIPT the company will repair the gun but you have to register and have the receipt.
I bought this gun for 99 dollars it is an amazing value considering the fact that if you register it and keep the receipt you can send it to HK and they will repair it. Ive had it for about 3 weeks now and it still works as if its brand new. It hasnt jammed up once the rate of fire is good for it being a G36C . It is an amazing value for the price. I love HK rather they are real guns or airsoft they are amazing.
i was extremely satisfied with this gun. this gun is incredibly accurate and has an amazing rate of fire. mine got jammed up and i couldnt fix it so i took it back but all in all you get well what you pay for. i wouldve bought the same gun but they had none in stock when i took it back. ( the jamming up was fixable but i didnt want to take the chance in breaking somethin internally and then im out of 100$ and waarranty wouldnt of covered it cause i messed with it)
This gun is great! I would tell anyone [except a millionaire who could buy something better] to get this gun. Its great for someone who does not want to spend alot of money. IT IS CRAZY ACCURATE!!! I was shoting targets in my backyard and it had a perfect fire rate and it was really accurate!
I had actually gone to my local Walmart to pick up a Crossman R71. Across the aisle, however, this G36C caught my eye. At more than double the price I was a bit hesitant but the fact that this advertises a 50% FPS improvement over the Crossman (300 vs. 200), well I figured it was worth checking out. I'm glad I did. This is a fun rifle to play with though the accuracy leaves a bit to be desired. You can stare down the barrel and watch the BBs veer off to the left, right, up, down, all while holding the rifle steady - but it's not really bad enough to be that big enough of a deal. If you're closer to your target, it would be hardly noticeable.
If your battery runs out, there's a spring-loaded lever you can pull back for a single shot. It works well and I don't really see much difference in the speed of the BB than using the battery.
Finally, the rifle is well built. Sure, it's primarily plastic but it looks good, feels good and it appears that at least a couple of the rail mounts on the rifle are metal, as well as the spring-load lever.
My only real complaint is that as the BBs come out of the mag, every now and then you have to turn a wheel several times (the instructions actually say 100-150 times), which I assume is pushing the BBs up so that they can be loaded into the gun chamber. This is a nuisance. Seems like the mag should have a spring in it to do this. Maybe all airsoft rifles are like this but this is my first one so I don't really know.
That aside, this is a nice intro to airsoft.
Never got a chance to use the air rifle. I purchased this online for pickup at the store. When I got home with the rifle, there were parts missing. The battery compartment pin, the un-jamming rod are two of the items that were missing. There were cutouts in the foam inside the box that held additional parts, some of these were empty. I returned the rifle to the store hoping to swap it for another one like it. However, when I got to the store, the 3, H and K G36C rifles on the shelf had previously been opened. I decided to buy another rifle that was in a sealed plastic packaging.