JG G36c?

Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by airsoftdominator, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. airsoftdominator

    airsoftdominator New Member

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    That is the problem I need to know witch type of g36 is the best with a $150 budget. Can anyone help me?
     
  2. airsoftdominator

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  3. Phillies2406

    Phillies2406 New Member

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    First of all you cannot upgrade that gun at all.

    On the topic of the g36, the JG G36 is the best in that price range. I own one and it is great for the money, it's also highly upgradeable.
     
  4. airsoftdominator

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    How much FPS does the JG have? And there are many versions can you include a link to the one you have? Thanks- Sam
     
  5. Nelson

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    He said he's trying to upgrade from it not upgrade it.
     
  6. airsoftdominator

    airsoftdominator New Member

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    It was my first airsoft gun and I had a gift cart to Walmart
     
  7. airsoftdominator

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    Anyway I am trying to get a g36 under 150 dollars that has more than 300 FPS
     
  8. TheAirsoftTech

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    JG G36, great beginner gun, I can personally recommend it.
     
  9. champo98

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    JG is the way to go. It was my first gun. It's a great gun. You will probably get anywhere from 380 at first to 345 once it's broken in a little. (fps)
     
  10. Phillies2406

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    My bad I read that wrong. My JG came shooting 389 fps with .2 gram bbs ( according to ASGI ) and now shoots 340 fps with .25 gram bbs now that the spring has settled.
     
  11. airsoftdominator

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    Can you send a link to the model you have since I know that there are different ones.
     
  12. Iuseoptics

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    Hey I recommend the JG G36c, mine shoots around 380 FPS with no upgrades and I got it for about 100$. But I have one question for everyone. My 8.4v stock battery (when fully charged) sometimes doesnt work, I have to fiddle around with the fuse bevause when I pull the trigger nothing happens.. Anyone know why?
     
  13. tybo9999

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    I too can recommend the JG G36c. I have had it for a little over a year now, and I am very satisfied with it. It has sustained much external abuse with no visible marks, and if lubed, will last internally as well. For $120, it is one of the best guns you can buy.
     
  14. philsaudio

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    Probably the battery. Put a 9.6 1600 nun chuck or a 7.4v 1800 mah 25c/50c nanotech LiPO in that baby and don't look back.
     
  15. EthicalSneak

    EthicalSneak New Member

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    If it's not the battery, check the Tamiya connectors. On my JG608 one of the connectors had gotten bent too wide to make consistent contact with the battery connector.

    And like everyone else in here, I recommend a JG G36 for that price range.
     
  16. Iuseoptics

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    Yeah I bought a 9.6 1600 nunchuck and it is epic. Thanks!