I recieved this gun in the mail about 2 or 3 weeks ago. I was impressed overall with the external structure of the gun and it's durability. Only a few things I was disappointed with. First, The scope is not adjustable, i have tried to adjust it using the knobs, but nothing happens :(. I mean, it's great for spotting at longer distances, which has come in handy for me a few times actually. It also has iron sights on top of the scope/handle which i mainly use. Secondly, The pin in the rear of the gun that holds the stock onto the gun and allows it to be folded fell out. I just put a small amount of electrical tape on the ends of the pin, no big deal. Now, the internals of the gun are very durable, using metal bushings, metal hop-up (which is the only G36 that has that feature). There is an M110 spring inside this gun, which is a major plus in my book. The wires that are required to go through the holes in the RAS are very brittle and not flexible, so it is a challenge to get them through without breaking them (which I failed miserably at). The battery connector was sheared off because it was caught in the hole. No biggy, I mean I just put the wire back in and added some reinforcement with, once again, my trusty electrical tape. The PEQ box is fine, the fit isn't that bad for my 8.4v 1400 MAH battery.
Now, the gun's Rate of fire (ROF) is decent. I guess around 750-800 Rounds per minute (Roughly 13-14 rounds per second). the range of this gun is anywhere from 150-200 ft., but again, it's a guess. My gun is shooting at 365-370 fps, so idk where Airsoft GI got 310 fps from, but it's wrong. if i were to rate this gun on a scale of 1-10, i'd defenitly give it an 8.5/10.
Sturdy (Strong plastic, Rail fits snug)
Unique look of G36 series
RAS Rail comes in handy
Small pin is loose
Scope cannot be adjusted (Shoots in bottom right of scope)
Slower ROF than I'd like
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]