G36K

Introduction: G36K

About: My name is Daniel, I am a computer engineering student. Cooking and baking are my passion, sharing the knowledge that absolutely anyone can cook outstanding food is my goal. I am always willing to try somet...

My latest replica. One of my new favorite guns I have ever made. What's cool about this gun? Well, it has a removable mag, and a mag release. IT also has a built in sight, a carrying handle, a cool trigger, and rails on the bottom. And to top it all off, it has good range! (55 feet)

Pros:
Good looks
realistic
good range+accuracy
mag release
shoots grey connector+green rod ammmo
comfy

Cons:
BROKEN PARTS NEEDED
1 in 20 shots messes up (couldn't fix it)
Not to be used in war (not the most reliable gun...)

Get building!


*WARNING! This weapon is not for people who have faint hearts, epilepsy, or allergies to awesome.*

Step 1: Barrel

Let's get started! Just follow the pictures, and the occasional image note.

Step 2: Break!

Take a seat in this really comfy chair...... then keep building!

Step 3: Body/stock

This is a really long step. Be prepared!

Step 4: Put It Together!

Alright, let's put it together.

Step 5: Magazine

The place where the bullets go.

Step 6: Banding+loading & Firing.

Just look at the pictures.

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    123 Discussions

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    tytiger33
    tytiger33

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I wasn't too impressed with the jamming so I changed the trigger to the ghost 3.0 trigger like Cheezpaper said. Then the ammo and mag had a few problems so I decided to replace it with an ammo I already knew worked. Balljoint-green rod-orange con-half a green rod. And to do this I just lengthened the mag well by 1 white connector. So in the end I have a 17 round version of killer safe cracker's mag for my new mag. And this works very well for me. However I think that in reality this gun would now fire a 7.62×51mm NATO instead of the 5.56×45mm NATO rouns.

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    pinderfish
    pinderfish

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    It looks ok but it has a rail system though so its not the same as this knex one =( it is JG though which is an upside, but I personaly dont like the g36 series whith the upper rail system.

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    Seleziona
    Seleziona

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    My xm8 is more reliable. I personally prefer my xm8

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    Seleziona
    Seleziona

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    It's right in the first freaking picture.

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    luke11wolf
    luke11wolf

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I mean it dosn't look like a g36k, and I change my opinion, it awesome

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    Seleziona
    Seleziona

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    lol, if I had remembered to take a picture from the side, you'd see it.

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    KnEx FrEaK 1
    KnEx FrEaK 1

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    i agree with luke11wolf and you need to make the stock look like a g36k stock by making it hollow search the gun on google images

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    sammyhond1
    sammyhond1

    9 years ago on Step 3

    i dont make it becouse it can shoot i just make it becouse it looks awsome! thats it shoots is a nice extra -.^

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    ~Aeronous~
    ~Aeronous~

    9 years ago on Step 5

    An internal pusher would have been good, mind.