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Heckler & Koch g36c
About this creation
I figured I might as well make a g36c since I had already made the "k" version. this creation is pretty much my g36 v2. In my opinion, this is my best creation to date.
New and improved:
more realistic stock design
better cocking handle
better safety with symbols
now the gun can be disassembled (a first for me)



A close-up on the stock.



A closer-up.



A clsoe-up on the safety (which is moved around too far, oops).





Close-up of the barrel.



Another close-up (I forgot to rotate the picture).



A close-up of the rear sight.



A close-up of the front sight.



Looking down the sights.



Another view of the front sight. I worked really hard on the front sight to get it like the pictures I had. It was actually really simple, I only used 3 parts to make is work.

The disassemblinhg of the gun!



This is the piece I use to remove the pins. It is stored on the stock.



After the 3 pins are pulled out.



Just the handle, trigger, and safety.



Just the magazine release.



The whole gun disassembled.



A picture without the hand guard on the side. There are slanted pieces so the hand guard can go on at an angle. You can see the rubberband that pulls the cocking handle back.



g36 with a silencer.



g36 with my new scope.



A close-up on the scope.





Comments

 I like it 
  September 3, 2011
this is kinda cool and...confusing.how did you make the barrel???
 I made it 
  February 4, 2011
Quoting Justin Noname ohh thanks for your fast answere so i asked because i want to make a g36c for so you would say i should buil also like you(mainly 4 bricks wide) and at some parts 6 ?
Thats what I think is most accurate.
  February 3, 2011
ohh thanks for your fast answere so i asked because i want to make a g36c for so you would say i should buil also like you(mainly 4 bricks wide) and at some parts 6 ?
 I made it 
  February 2, 2011
Quoting Justin Noname i have a question on you but nearly all people build like this. The most weapons which are build here on mocpage are too thin. Your weapon also because at the biggest part the g36c is 64mm like many weapons why also build them mainly 30mm big ? i have the dates from heckler&koch wepside. pls answere maybe i am wrong http://www.heckler-koch.de/HKWebText/detailProd/1928/136/4/19
I assume that by 30mm you mean 4 bricks wide. The widest part of the g36 is the hand gaurd, but the rest of the gun is thinner. On my g36, the hand gaurd is about 6 bricks wide. I had a replica of a g36 beside me when I made this gun so I think I got the dimensions pretty close. If I have time in the summer, I will redo this gun, because I want to make the hand gaurd even better.
 I like it 
  February 2, 2011
i have a question on you but nearly all people build like this. The most weapons which are build here on mocpage are too thin. Your weapon also because at the biggest part the g36c is 64mm like many weapons why also build them mainly 30mm big ? i have the dates from heckler&koch wepside. pls answere maybe i am wrong http://www.heckler-koch.de/HKWebText/detailProd/1928/136/4/19
 I like it 
  October 30, 2010
This is a great gun, the red dot is great! in the picture that show the sight on the gun it doenst even look Lego. Awesome!
  October 1, 2010
Did i say that i think you are the best builder i know^^. Yes i said it by your famas^^. Well well done. now i also have some lgecreations i would like it if you coult have a look at them and make a "nice"^^ comment. Thanks
 I like it 
  December 24, 2009
Dude below me, this IS a G36C. There is a G36K in his folder right after this model. Go and look... Anyways, awesome rifle.
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  November 21, 2009
i like it but there's an issue. its not a g36c its a g36k. g36c's are .45 's and k's are 5.56x45.
The   Dawg
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Danien Berends
  October 3, 2009
teach me how to make the handle
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  September 29, 2009
It's very awesome. i like how you made the grip slanted on the sides... it really shows the perfection of this model
 I made it 
  June 22, 2009
Quoting iluvlegoguns iluvlegoguns can you send me instructions for the mp5k please at bookwormwattson@yahoo.com
Sorry to say but I just don't have enough time to make instructions. Also I broke the mp5k to make my MOD4 CQB. Again sorry.
 I like it 
  June 21, 2009
can you send me instructions for the mp5k please at bookwormwattson@yahoo.com
 I made it 
  June 16, 2009
Quoting Chas Irish Great job! It looks so realistic! Was it hard modifying the original gun to make it the G36C? Also, could you take a look at mine? It doesn't look it as realistic, but it shoots.
I didn't have to make it difficult. . . but I did. I made a lot of things better that I didn't have to.
The   Dawg
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Marco P Replicas
  June 15, 2009
so you look trough the scope?
The   Dawg
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Darcy Guerin Hanlon
  June 15, 2009
this is epic!
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  June 15, 2009
WOW! Great job. Pretty dang realistic looking!
 I like it 
  June 15, 2009
Great job! It looks so realistic! Was it hard modifying the original gun to make it the G36C? Also, could you take a look at mine? It doesn't look it as realistic, but it shoots.
The   Dawg
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Marco P Replicas
  June 14, 2009
<3 i just jizzed in my pants! btw can you upload a sighted picture of your aimpoint?
 I made it 
  June 14, 2009
Quoting Marco P Replicas <3 i just jizzed in my pants! btw can you upload a sighted picture of your aimpoint?
A sighted picture of my aimpoint? What do you mean?
 I like it 
  June 14, 2009
sweet. i love the g36c and yours is my fave one on mocpages. great job man.
 
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