|Manufacturer:||Heckler & Koch|
|Ammunition Type:||5.56x45mm NATO|
|Magazine Capacity:||30 rounds|
|Optics:||Laser Sight, Red Dot Sight, 6x Scope, Rifle Scope|
|Length:||19.7 in. stock folded|
|Barrel length:||9.0 in.|
The G36C is an assault rifle created by H&K.
The G36C is a compact version of the G36 with a 8.9 in. barrel. Chambered for the 5.56x45mm NATO round, the G36c was created for the German special forces for close quarters tactical engagements. While the standard G36, G36K, and MG36 have integrated reflex sights, the G36C is issued with a flat top rail interface for the use of various optics or flip-up iron sights.
With it's high rate of fire and light weight, the G36C can be a handfull when fired on full-auto. Care must be taken and automatic fire should be kept to short bursts to ensure the operator hits their intended target. Its high sight base, short side radius, and bulky handguard add unnecessarily to its bulk. Like its direct competitor, it has a side folding stock. Many of the features on the G36C were adopted from the Sg550, such as the transparent, stackable magazines.