Of course, to each its own, but what I think of the G36k is, on the contrary, "how I hated that gun"! In my opinion, it's just too damn tall, and you're lying prone you have to crane your neck to line up the sights properly, which makes you a very juicy target... Luckily I swapped mine for a SCAR some time ago and now I'm happy again. Of course the SCAR is probably double in terms of weight, but at least it's long, low and mean.
But then again, my primary is the "silent death": Bar 10 with Tanio Koba internals including a 50cm long twist barrel, 120m/s. Barely 60 meters of range, but I could be next to you and you wouldn't even know it. It's to airsoft what the VSS Vintorez is to real life.
dude, g36 has several versions : D G36c is very short, g36k is middle version and g36e is really long. of course, you don't even have to have the scope on it. you can have a simple RIS instead of the tall handle and scope [link]
to each it's own indeed, i on the other hand hate scars, because they're hella ugly xD especially the stock to be exact
Well, the one I had was a G36K which I won at a STALKER event in Estonia (for best costume) so it had the RIS rather than the handle/scope, but even with that, the magazine sticks up too much underneath for my taste. I just like to get really, really low to the ground, wait for the poor bugger to get past, then get them from behind. Besides, I use my AEG only for STALKER games, because you need full auto to take down snorks and bloodsuckers. The rest of the time I play Simo Häyhä...
Went out to a couple of games with it, and, even though I liked it well enough in urban areas, I found it completely unmanageable in woodland.
Because it has the Picatinny rail over the whole top of the receiver, directly above the barrel, the SCAR is maybe 10-15cm lower than the g36 and if one has a SCAR H with the straight magazines, you can shave another 5-8cm off of that. It's pretty heavy though, something like half a kilo more than the G36k.
heh. My Scar is JG and also my sniper rifle (used to be Bar 10, now more Tanio Koba than stock). Pretty good quality for a Chinese brand.
Since I'm usually a sniper, for cqb I use a Marui Glock 18c AEP I modified with a high capacity LiPo battery and increased magazine size. Most people look down on the lack of blowback and the puny power (60m/s with 0.20s) but I like it because it gives me unrivalled flexibility and tremendous short range firepower for its size. Besides, low power means I can shoot point blank without fear of hurting anybody.
It's odd that while most people upgrade their speed I went the other way and downgraded my equipment to be less powerful but more stealthy. Of course, then again, my favourite gun in the STALKER computer games was the VSS...
ASlso, since I'm also a sniper, I've never really understood the obsession with heavy machine guns... For me machine gunners are priority targets (along with the medics) and usually pretty easy to kill, because the m249 is very noisy and you can sneak up behind them. In fact, in one game, a machine gunner was so engrossed in laying down covering fire that he never felt my hit on his back and I had to fire a second time, this time to the head... Because I was shooting from 40 meters on his left rear quarter, I missed my second shot which only alerted him to my presence but I finally managed to hit him again in his torso on the third while he was frantically trying to turn himself.
On the other hand, at Berget, back in 2009, there was a Russian guy who was an absolute beast with his M249 - I've only caught a few glimpses of him (never enough for a proper hit) and he kept us occupied for half an hour even though he was alone. We had to flush him out with grenades. Behaved more like a sniper...
Word. inners of my JGG36 haven't been touched yet at all and the gun shoots very well, better than SRC g36s of some my teammates. But it's going to go under a knife this winter (our instructor and serviceman is gonna be the doctor, i don't think i'd be able to meet this skilled airsoft person anytime soon), so we shall see how high the quality actually is.
Hm, i never trusted AEP pistols, wouldn't mind the lack of blowback, but the performance.. oh well, whatever floats your boat. but i really can't imagine participating in such close-close quarter battle : D
but gotta agree with you on the FPS-ing. Even our instructor bitches about people who care about speed only. then they neglect other elements and the overall performance gets sloppy, no matter the speed. And yes, G36 and vintorez are the best guns in stalker. gotta love the power and ballistic curve.
Oh yeah, i see your point, i really do. snipers are the shit. BUT somebody has to do the covering fire when unit's on a move. Every function has ups and downs. And i was the only one willing to drag around the 8 kilos heavy piece of metallic junk. ironically, being the weakest one on the team. One has to follow their dream, i had loved m249 since i was 15 or 16.
sounds good, really good. I hope to be at least half that good one day : D
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