This is a very fine gun licensed from Umarex. This was not my first high quality airsoft gun, but it was my first gun from the G36 family, which I am a fan of. Using this gunís quick spring change system, I was able to swap out the insanely powerful stock spring and replace it with a G&G M100 spring (without even breaking into the gear box) so I can lower the FPS and use this gun at Tac City. The texture feels really good and the build quality is rock solid--no wobbly parts. Thereís nothing special about the hi-cap magazine it comes with, but it doesnít feel cheap or flimsy. It fits great in the gun--loose enough to reload easily, but thick enough so that it doesnít wobble. Although I wouldíve much preferred the older skeletal-style G36 stock, the newer telescopic stock is a really sturdy and nice change. Just like on the older stocks, it is foldable too. It also comes with an extra sling mount in addition to the one installed on the left side of the upper receiver. The blow back sounds really crisp and nice, but I wish it gave a more substantial recoil kick. You can also easily disable the blow back, too. The scope is rock-solid and really nicely made (the crosshair is an exact replica of the scope on the real rifle). However, I found it really hard to adjust and zero in on target. After an hour of adjusting (and even adjusting the hop up), my shots still shoot far to the right off target. Another problem that Iíve found with the scope is its poor eye relief. You have to almost shove your whole eye in just to see a clear picture. Very inconvenient when youíre wearing goggles, let alone a face mask. Thankfully, there is a rail fixed on top of the scope for red dots and other sights. Another nice addition to the gun is its charging handle and a spring tension release button located above the trigger. The charging handle could be locked back with this button to easily access the hop up. A problem I noticed about this gun was in its fire selector switch. The semi auto mode does not work after pressing the spring tension release button or if you donít fire the gun a long time, but a short burst in full auto and switching back into semi seems to fix it. There is an odd rail that goes along the bottom of the handguard. I couldn't mount my friend's vertical foregrip, but was able to mount his pistol-mounted flashlight.
TL;DR: This gun is the tits.
-A very nice and unique looking G36 replica.
-Very sturdy and nicely texturized body.
-Integrated 1:1 replica G36 scope/carry handle. Rails on top for aiming accessories
-Blow back sounds nice.
-Adjustable and foldable stock.
-Length and size is suitable for both outdoor and CQB games.
-Accuracy is good enough for CQB.
-Spring tension release button.
-Charging handle can be locked back to easily access hop up.
-Two sling mounts.
-Quick and painless spring change system and blow back deactivation.
-A head-turner at my local field ;D
-Insanely high FPS right out of the box. Couldn't use it at my local CQB field without a spring downgrade.
-No battery/charger included.
-Faulty fire selector switch.
-Scope is hard to see through and adjust.
-No rails on the sides of the handguards.
-Odd bottom rail that can only accommodate few accessories.
-This isn't the gun's fault, but good quality and fairly cheap mid-cap magazines are hard to find (the ones from King Arms are supposedly a pretty tough fit). Same could be said about magazine pouches for G36 magazines.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]