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aidas2
aidas2

Scary cat, and whats the brand, JG?, and I see you have m4/16 mags do you have that adaptor thing for m4/16 mags?

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0eyjy0
0eyjy0

m4/16 mags are standar for all nato countries
so the shape of the mag is going to be the same
without being for the m4/16

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Snake_RR

aidas2 wrote: and whats the brand, JG?


Well, my MG36 is made from parts from various brands (it haves handpicked parts from brands such as CA, TM, JG, Star, etc).

aidas2 wrote: and I see you have m4/16 mags do you have that adaptor thing for m4/16 mags?


Nope, though I primarily use the high capacity C-Mags I also have some standard G36 mags as a backup.
Since these C-Mags have a large capacity it's always a good thing to have a spare battery or two depending on the planned match length.

About the M4/M16 magazine adapter, I personally prefer the G36 mags for the G36-style weapons :)

0eyiy0 wrote: m4/16 mags are standar for all nato countries
so the shape of the mag is going to be the same
without being for the m4/16


Just like other firearms (such as the Steyr AUG), the G36 was built to accommodate it's own, proprietary-made magazines (which are the weapon's standard) but just like you mentioned it also accepts STANAG 4179 M16 magazines with a specific magazine well (magazine adaptor).

The high capacity 5.56 drum magazines (such as the Beta C-Mag) can be used in any G36 version.

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Kjrov
Kjrov

That's the MG36, As I recall from Counter-Strike: Special Force Philippines.
Made and Manufactured by the Germans and Used to date.

-SWAT

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Though this is not my photo (author unknown), this airsoft MG36 is just like the one I use (I have an MG36 as my main airsoft weapon to replace my older M4A1 "Betsy", which will continue to be used on closer range scenarios).

The MG36 is a light machine gun variant of the G36 (meant for squad support), the high capacity C-Mag magazine, integral bipod and heavier barrel are equipped on my model as well.

My MG36 haves a 3x magnified telescopic sight ( I338.photobucket.com ) with a reticle pattern based on the one from the German Army ( En.wikipedia.org ) and small backup open sights molded on top of the carrying handle for close range target acquisition and engagement.

As far as I know no airsoft company makes a complete MG36 (you must buy separated parts and assemble them on a G36).

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