The gun is very much just like a regular G36 stock, with slightly tighter groupings.
BUT, if you're looking to upgrade a solid gun for a DMR, instead of slapping a barrel extension on your M4, this is a very nice gun for you!
Upgraded, this gun can have very tight groupings. Mine now has all air seals upgraded, and an M110. It's cooled down to about 400fps roughly, but has amazing groupings with it's 6.01mm barrel, systema bucking, SCS nub, and the cylinder/nozzle swap for great airflow.
Now the stock sight doesn't work well, so I'm using a low-profile type carrying handle that comes with the G36C, and put a new 3-9x scope on that. Much better. I have a much wider view now.
Comparible to my stock Echo 1 M4, this has around 100 more 'accurate' feet than the M4 does, and I can easily catch a chest-size target from 200 feet. I would assume it would easily reach 250 accurately, but my preferable engagement is 200 feet, so I haven't tried over 200 feet ATM.
Comes with a build-in bipod. (gun can.. I guess flop, side to side, on bipod, for slanted terrain)
Fully ambidextrous. (i'm a lefty, gotta love it!)
Easily upgradable, especially the hop-up assembly/barrel.
Original scope is too small/can't be seen through with regular goggles.
Original internals aren't veryy precise for a DMR-type setup.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]