The AG36 is a very sturdy launcher from Classic Army. The firing tube slides out sideways at the push of a trigger infront of the main. This may just be me, but I was somewhat expectant that the other holes on the sides would be able to mount RIS rails, but this is not the case. There is also a LOT of modification that needs to happen in order for it to be mounted to a Tokyo Marui G36C or a Classic Army G36K. The front bracket must be cut down for either of these guns to be applicable.
Mine is mounted to a TM G36C, and it took me around an hour to get it ready to be mounted. The grenade sight is a wonderful addition to the launcher. The sight is all metal and is very durable. It features a rear aim sight and a front flip up one.
If you are mounting this to a G36C, there is absolutley NO room for a battery in there, so be sure to buy a battery bag and have something to enlarge a vent on the sides for the plug to extend through.
Easy to disassemble
Easy to open, design makes swapping shells in the middle of a battle easier than ever!
Solid functioning saftey
No orange tip!
A TON of modification (including cutting through metal) for G36C mounting
Mostly plastic, except for main tube.
Heavy (Makes G36 weapons front heavy)
Short hand grip
Locking pin hard to remove
Requires longer barrels for G36C's.
I rate it a 3.5.
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