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G36 (Working)
Here it finally is; the G36! With 3 Acog scopes, a Eotech reflex sight and a torch!
About this creation
The H&K G36:
Featuring:
A working mechanism;
5 extra's: a Eotech Reflex sight, a gray, white and black Acog sight and a torch!
Building instructions: you want them? look at the bottom of this page!

I hope you'll enjoy it!



The 14 brick magazine.

The pistol grip and trigger, with and without magazine.

The front of the gun, with the removable barrel extension and removable torch.

The removable front barrel extension/the pins were you put the extension on.

The fore grip (very useful).

The 5 extra's that come with this gun:
3 Acog sights (white, light gray and black)
1 Eotec reflex sight (black, with blue screen and red aiming)
1 torch











All the items next to the gun.

The sights attached to the picatinny rail.









Aiming through the iron sights.

Aiming through the black Acog (this is the most accurate, if you use the picatinny front sight)

Aiming through the white Acog.

Aiming through the gray Acog.

Aiming through the Eotec sight.

The stock (not very strong, so it's not recommended to use it :S)

If you push the lever, you will be able to fold it.



The pin that will hold the stock if folded.

Stock folded.

Another look at the lever (you can see the hole on the background where the left pin will go in)

Magazine well (with and without- the hammer cocked).

This is how the magazine works:
Pull the cocking handle back (you will pull the hammer immediatly).
Let the cocking handle go (if you've put four or more rubber bands, hold the trigger to make sure the hammer won't release).
PULL THE TRIGGER!

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The cocking handle and hammer.





Last look at the gun.

That's it; please tell me what you think!

For instructions:
Rate and give me your email address in a comment!



Comments

 I like it 
  April 28, 2014
Great construction. I will bulid this with my san. If you can please send me instruction to mikolajczakp@gmail.com THANKS!
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  March 31, 2014
love the way the gun looks, all of my guns don't shoot and stink in comparison. send instructions to Telgorwath21@gmail.com
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  March 13, 2014
It looks great send the instructions to ben.gray318@schools.sa.edu.au
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  March 9, 2014
marius.cramer@hotmail.de its a really great gun!^^
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  October 13, 2013
Amazing! Send to qweeqkk@gmail.com Please!
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  August 4, 2013
great job£¬ may i have instrument£¿my email is 562703006@qq.com
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  August 2, 2013
this is cool, send the instructions to tjherbert1@hotmail.co.uk
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  June 29, 2013
can u send me instructions at batmanjc73@gmail.com
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  June 22, 2013
Awesome can you send me the instructions at gabbe01@icloud.com
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  April 29, 2013
Wow, just awsome, these are art works. I'll comment and rate all of them but could you send instructions for the M82A1, G36 and L96A1 as well as the FN F2000? gti_16@hotmail.com
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  April 5, 2013
please send me the instruction spuck12@freenet.de
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  March 29, 2013
i like this gun , can u send me the instruction to wongdaniel297@yahoo.com
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  February 13, 2013
Great work, can you send me the instructions please?
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  January 1, 2013
It looks too real! Please send the instructions to- jontayfaro@gmail.com
 I like it 
  November 11, 2012
Awesome, so many attachments, can you please send me the instructions at kallekarelin@gmail.com
  November 8, 2012
Awseome! this gun is very realistic! Can you send me the LDD instructions please?? diederik@diepnet.nl
 I like it 
  October 11, 2012
The gun is great. But some problems as usual like the stock is to weak
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  September 27, 2012
That's awesome. veyron213@yahoo.com
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  September 27, 2012
That's awesome! veyron213@yahoo.com
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  August 28, 2012
Johnhall14@hotmail.com
  August 16, 2012
good job! Bobby.moss@comcast.net
  August 15, 2012
there is one thing you are missing in the instruction and that is the mag release or mag lock ( i don't know wish ). but its a easy build. it looks like the one that P.K is using on his l96a1. wish by the way has a very good mech. maybe you should try something lake that on the dragunov sd or are you going to have the same mech as usual?
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  August 15, 2012
Instructions to seanlee0615@gmail.com
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  August 11, 2012
Nice, really Hood man! Can you sens instructions to Anton_the_gamer@hotmail.se
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  August 3, 2012
can you send instruction plz? my email is nonamenofear2009@hotmail.com
  July 12, 2012
please instructions of this amazing gun to brick-shooter@web.de
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  July 5, 2012
cool gun instructions to: bobcampman@xs4all.nl
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  June 24, 2012
Hey it blake.mreverything.carpenter@gmail.com plz send me the instructions.
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  June 11, 2012
nice gun bro!my email adress is austin.fretschel@d11.org.thanx!!
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  June 8, 2012
hey dude. Nice job on the gun. Was it hard to build? couse i´m looking for a easy to build gun but also a nice challange. My email is nonamenofear2009@hotmail.com
 I like it 
  May 30, 2012
I rated this excellent, nice job! Please send instructions to LEGOarms@yahoo.com
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  May 11, 2012
Wow! can you send instructions? elpa@hotmail.se
 I made it 
  May 6, 2012
Quoting Medieval Guy The folding stock is impressive, and the fact that it fires is an added bonus. I'd like to see a video of your guns in action!
I was trying to make a video, but I'm not a very good filmer :S. I do have a Youtube account though, http://www.youtube.com/user/WorkingLegoGuns.
 I like it 
  May 5, 2012
The folding stock is impressive, and the fact that it fires is an added bonus. I'd like to see a video of your guns in action!
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  April 30, 2012
Your G36 looks Awesome! Could you send me the instructions please? Balaezth@web.de
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  April 29, 2012
Matuszczaktyler@gmail.com
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  April 29, 2012
Matuszczaktyler@gmail.com
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  April 29, 2012
Matuszczaktyler@gmail.com
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  April 29, 2012
I have no clue how you guys figure out the mechanisms and I need to know! great model. Can you send me instructions at Danielh44@nc.rr.com
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  April 29, 2012
Wow, gaaf man! De buitenkant ziet er goed uit voor een werkende replica!
  April 29, 2012
This is better than Jack Streat's G36! Anyway, please send instruction at janfelix.santosa@yahoo.com
 I like it 
  April 28, 2012
very impressive systems and a really clever build! And it has a good looking too! Nice work!
 I like it 
  April 28, 2012
This weapon looks simply amazing. There is always one thing that gets me on these weapons, is how the mechanism works. If you don't mind, would you please send the instructions to zacharyp99@gmail.com Thank you!
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  April 28, 2012
great job can i have the instructions jsenators@hotmail.com
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  April 28, 2012
great job can i have the instructions jsenators@hotmail.com
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  April 28, 2012
great job can i have the instructions jsenators@hotmail.com
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  April 28, 2012
great job can i have the instructions jsenators@hotmail.com
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  April 28, 2012
Wow, this is superb! Fantastic job Timo:)
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  April 28, 2012
hi I love it's very beautiful mael.rob@aol.com. and could you rate and comment my model 1887 please and if you want instructions please send me your email
 
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