- WE-Tech G39E Gas Blowback Rifle - Black
- HK G36E replica
- Folding stock
- The strongest recoil of all WE GBBs
- Ambidextrous design
- Can reach up to 390 FPS
- Weight: 3195 gr
- Length: 770 - 1015 mm
The rifle is made of a high strength polymer, just like the real steel version of the gun. The replica’s body, the stock, the pistol grip, the handguard and the magazine are made of high quality polymer. The inner elements, the mechanisms and the pins are made of metal. The kick and bolt action is what makes this gun, never before has a stock gun been able to achieve the kick that the WE G39 has. WE has seriously outdone themselves with this gun.
With the stock folded out the weapon is a nice controllable length for proper shouldered operation without being too long in confined spaces. When moving to tighter quarters, the stock folds to the right side reducing the overall length allowing its stockless form to handle with no shouldered control but more agility. The front and rear sight are well placed with the rear one being adjustable. The top rail provides enough Picatinny estate to attach any kind of optical devices. The model bears three sling attachment points, one on the stock, one on the receiver and one on the handguard. The full size G36E utilizes an integrated bipod that can be folded according to the player's needs.
The G39 series utilize an open bolt system that makes cycling much more The G39 feeds from a 30 round magazine but its large gas reservoir means it can easily empty a whole magazine rapidly with virtually no cool down issues. The non-metal magazine helps regulate the cooling effect also. Clocking in pretty consistent at 390 FPS, it is powerful enough for outdoor use at typical skirmish ranges. When the magazine is empty, the bolt does lock to the rear with the bolt release present just in front of the trigger, inside of the trigger guard up against the body just like the real steel. The bolt charge handle flips either way, the bolt and magazine release are accessible equally from both sides and the fire selector is present on both sides making this a very ambidextrous weapon.
The package includes the G39, its magazine, cleaning rod, instructions manual.
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.