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    Not to speak for Skullbox, but longer barrels produce higher velocities, thus more energy, thus more recoil, generally speaking.

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    Go with the K.
    Much more functional and especially with 5.56 the longer barrel allows the bullet to frag as it should within 120-150M (IMI XM855/193) Be that as it may, I also use some steel case lacquered mil-spec 62 gr. SP’s that cycles in the gun well, locks the bolt back and the bullet performs much, much better than FMJ as far as terminal damage. It’s still quite compact and accuracy is as an high grade AR15. Was going to do the C but went K instead but used a C stock.

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    Can someone tell me the length of the C stock and fullsize stock?
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    As skullbox mentioned, the G36 doesn't have the best trigger. I had Bill Springfield do a trigger job on my T36 and my accuracy improved tremendously. That might just solve your accuracy issues.
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    Trigger work can help alot, I believe the T36 has a 1x7 twist rate. These like 62 gr and heavier projectiles. Some steel cased ammo is ok, others can have inconsistent powder charges.
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    Quote Originally Posted by illicit View Post
    As skullbox mentioned, the G36 doesn't have the best trigger. I had Bill Springfield do a trigger job on my T36 and my accuracy improved tremendously. That might just solve your accuracy issues.
    when you sent in your trigger. was it just internals that you noticed that made the difference? or did the trigger change too which produced an overall better feel? did you end up going with the aftermarket trigger like the serpent ones? i am leaning towards this after i receive mine from TBT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kirito View Post
    when you sent in your trigger. was it just internals that you noticed that made the difference? or did the trigger change too which produced an overall better feel? did you end up going with the aftermarket trigger like the serpent ones? i am leaning towards this after i receive mine from TBT.
    I'm still using the original trigger. @bspring1 modified the hammer and I believe he put in lighter trigger return spring.

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