A good, well-rounded gun to use in open areas. Not quite as effective in CQB conditions. It is a bit heavy for those of shorter stature. The iron sights cannot be adjusted. The built-in 3x scope is a nice feature, but the scope reticule is a bit tiny. The gun is pretty sturdy and can take a good amount of punishment. The front of the barrel (where the exit hole for the bb is located) is not painted, so this a nice plus for the snipers out there. As for those asking how to remove the bipod, near the end of the gun in the front where the pin for the sling is located, there should be a small metal piece at the bottom. Press on this hard (and I mean HARD) and then pull the pin out (also tough to pull out). Stock piston on mine broke after about 1-1.5k shots.
Good weight which gives it stability.
Can be easily customized.
Built in scope.
Cheek rest (might be a problem for those using full-face masks).
Comes with 2 magazines.
Cocking lever is metal unlike the other G-36 series.
Takes a lot of punishment.
A bit heavier for those of shorter stature (2 metal weights at the butt).
If not careful, the 2 bridges at the front of the rail might break.
2 magazines which are 20 rounders.
Pretty big gun, about 38 inches+.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]