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PostSubject: Re: thoughts on ECHO1 G36C   Tue Sep 16, 2008 5:41 pm

I'm at 30,000+ rounds on my JG G36. I can go three 4 hour sessions with a week in between each one and never have to recharge my stock battery. I did buy a 9v 1400ma as a back up, I'm waiting for my stock battery to fry. The battery and my two hi-caps are the only upgrades I have done and will do.. well I will add metel shims here in a few weeks. This JG G36 (version/release#2) was only $99 and its happy just the way it is.

I need to update the picture. Ive painted the fore-grip and stock olive green, and added brown grass silhouettes to the hibiscus camo
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PostSubject: Re: thoughts on ECHO1 G36C   Thu Oct 30, 2008 5:08 pm

I have a g36c and my opinion of it is it has very good internals, performs amazingly, and and is a pretty sturdy gun...but as i have noticed from a couple of people is that the pin keeping the stock in place fell out(happened to my friend). On my gun i just recently had the problem of my cotter pin (metal) holding the battery compartment in place broke... no big deal, but on the same day my selector switch fell off in the middle of the game. i cant super glue it back on but i feel like i shoud sell my gun and get a jg because the give you alot of bang for your buck. also i wouldnt get this gun to upgrade it because if you dont have a lot of experience with this gun you will have a lot of trouble taking this gun apart.
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PostSubject: Re: thoughts on ECHO1 G36C   Thu Oct 30, 2008 9:30 pm

TAC 1 wrote:
I have a g36c and my opinion of it is it has very good
internals, performs amazingly, and and is a pretty sturdy gun...but as
i have noticed from a couple of people is that the pin keeping the
stock in place fell out(happened to my friend). On my gun i just
recently had the problem of my cotter pin (metal) holding the battery
compartment in place broke... no big deal, but on the same day my
selector switch fell off in the middle of the game. i cant super glue
it back on but i feel like i shoud sell my gun and get a jg because the
give you alot of bang for your buck. also i wouldnt get this gun to
upgrade it because if you dont have a lot of experience with this gun
you will have a lot of trouble taking this gun apart.

The G36 series is extremely easy to take apart. I was a total newb at taking guns apart and I had absolutely no trouble. It's one of the easiest guns out there to disassemble. (P90 probably being the easiest)

My stock pin also falls out if the stock is folded halfway.

To fix your selector switch, pop it back on and their is a very very tiny allen wrench screw at the bottom. These screws hold on the selector switches. I tighten mine every once and a while because they fall off. The gun does not have very good internals. They are good, for a clone. Their are better clone gearboxes out there. The gun performs far from amazing. It's decently accurate and is pretty powerful. The rof is flipping fast with my Elite 9.6v 1500mah battery packs. (way faster than the cheapo 8.4v) I replaced the bucking and nub with a madbull silicone bucking (and the fishbone nub) and it makes it much more accurate.

Overall, it's a good gun for a beginner, but their are better alternatives out there now days. I have had to re-solder the wires onto the gearbox twice. (once it came off, the other time, the gun was not always firing.) My inner barrel is also secured with duct tape. The outer barrel chipped after I had removed the inner barrel a couple of times. (I wasn't being rough either..)

It's a nice gun, but their is quite a bit of issues.
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