- (Classic Army - GSG) G36K Expert Series
- Material: metal and polymer
- Weight: 2710 gr
- Length: 645 - 890 mm
- Barrel: 363 mm
- Hop up: Adjustable
- Fire Control: Semi / Full Auto
- Gearbox: Version 3 modified
- Includes the G36, a 470 round magazine, battery, charger and shooting glasses
The Classic Army G36K is a very solid replica. It includes the folding stock for easy transport or movement in tight spaces. The integrated sight allows for lightning fast target acquisition. The carbine size is a perfect compromise between a full length rifle and a sub compact weapon. This makes it ideal for both mid range engagements and close quarters battle. Its fully ambidextrous design makes it versatile as well.
The whole gun is constructed out of High Density nylon fibre. That results in a very strurdy model but lighter compared to other carbines. The only metal parts are the pins, trigger, charging handle, barrel and flash hider. The handguard bears Picatinny rail attachment points. The G36's handy folding stock allows for greater maneuverability in tight situations. Simply press the button and fold. The stock will latch onto a small post sticking out of the receiver. To unfold, apply gentle upward force to the stock and fold it back out. The carry handle carries the integrated optic that makes sighting much more easier and precise. It can be adjusted for windage and elevation by turning the hex head adjustment screws.
As with any other G36 airsoft model, it utilizes a modified Version 3 Gearbox. The battery compartment is very easy to get to, just pull out the pin and slide the hand-guard off the front of the weapon. The hop-up is a typical "drum" type and is accessed by pulling back on the ambidextrous cocking handle. Its magazine holds 470 rounds and it offers attachment points so that they can be clamped together.
The package includes everything needed for a novice player to start the game. It comes with the G36K, its High Capacity magazine, battery, charger and shooting glasses.
The Heckler & Koch G36 is a 5.56?45mm assault rifle, designed in the early 1990s by Heckler & Koch (H&K) in Germany as a replacement for the heavier 7.62mm G3 battle rifle. It was accepted into service with the Bundeswehr in 1997, replacing the G3. The G36 is gas-operated and feeds from a 30-round detachable box magazine or 100-round C-Mag drum magazine. The K model is the carbine version of the family, that is shorter than the G36 but longer than the G36C.