Well, Ive owned this gun for almost a year now and lemme tell you it is my best purchase ever. I currently own this gun with the front sling mount removed, skeleton stock now has a reinforced pin, front metal sight is removed, G&P Aimpoint replica Red/Green dot scope, Gemtech "Blackside" Barrel extension, NC Star Universal bi-pod (Mounted on the rail.), and 2 extra magazines. I guess Ill start explaining the front of the gun. Well first off the orange tip practicly screws off with just a set of pliers. The handguard pin will fall out if the battery is not in the handguard and if you are shaking it upside down. This gun really does look best with a Gemtech barrel extension. So if you are conteplating getting a barrel extension for this gun get one that is made by Madbull "Gemtech". Now to the battery, It is sometimes a pain to get in the gun, depending if your rushing it or taking your sweet time. But eventually you get it in there. The magwell is extremley easy to take off so Jg made a good job at that, especialy if you are planning on getting the Socom m4 magazine magwell. Magazines are extremley easy to change out, Im a pro at it now judging my friends timed me at .6 seconds on the feild. The top rail is very durable but is sadly not metal but it still will last quite awhile until replacing, mine is only scratched up and I've had it for almost a year. Inner barrel does need to be cleaned with silicone oil a cleaning rod and a small peice of cloth. Hop - Up does'nt need to be cleaned as often so I would'nt worry about that. The selector switch is metal, switches easily without problem, and the trigger on semi/fullauto is very touchy so if you hardly tap it it will start shooting. (Just a warning.) Skeleton stock has looks and is very durable but the pin that goes in verticly where the stock meets the gun, that pin fell out after a couple of monthes but I bought a reinforced one where I just used a mallet and hammered it in the gently and it has been perfect since. Rubber butt plate is easily removable, all you have to do is peel it off and the you have a akward looking skeleton stock. And thats my reveiw of the Jg G36.
-Lasts a good long time.
-Full metal sights
-Sounds clean whenever firing
-Easy to upgrade (I still have yet to get the tightbore barrel)
-Amazing rof 15-17 bps (With 9.6v)
-Magazines easily click in the gun
-470 Round hi-cap gets noisy
-Has decent accuracy but not the best
-Stock pin fell out, so I had to buy a better one
-Jams if you dont clean the barrel often
-Top rail is'nt metal (But that would make the gun very cumbersum)
(The cons are only minor, if you want a good primary or seconday weapon then buy this.)
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]