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    Iím sure this has been discussed on the forums, but Iím fairly new to the forum. Been debating on getting one of the T36 C/K clones. Any thoughts/experiences appreciated. Pros and cons? Worth the money? Thanks!


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    @samkaszuba1986

    Welcome. With all due respect, did you use the search?

    First gen t36 receivers often need a readily available cam pin if using German parts kits. Gen2 are good to go. If receiver is marked 'choate', its gen1.

    That being said, tommybuilt @tbostic stands behind his work. Buy with confidence.

    The GSG9 parts being used are overall very good. My complaint would be they seem more prone to rust. Bolts and lower internals especially, in my experience
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    Thanks! And no I did not see the search but I will use it from now on. Thanks again for your input!


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    Quote Originally Posted by kbinmt View Post
    @samkaszuba1986

    Welcome. With all due respect, did you use the search?

    First gen t36 receivers often need a readily available cam pin if using German parts kits. Gen2 are good to go. If receiver is marked 'choate', its gen1.

    That being said, tommybuilt @tbostic stands behind his work. Buy with confidence.

    The GSG9 parts being used are overall very good. My complaint would be they seem more prone to rust. Bolts and lower internals especially, in my experience
    Any upgrades youíd recommend for rust prevention or just the standard make sure itís oiled.


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    Hello All , Any one out there with a US Made G36 Bolt carrier . Can you give the physical dimensions of this carrier? (Height , width and length) It's my understanding that they will not fit in a Factory HK SL8 receiver. Ergo, they seem to have different dimensions than a factory carrier. Thank You

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    Welcome to the site!!!

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    I love my T36C in 300blk . Pros ....list is to long . Cons HK is not for the poors . TB is awesome to do business with . He is still making parts for the platform . Check out his page tommybuilttactical and click on shop .

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    I just picked one up and it's great and so lightweight. Now just looking for an AR mag adapter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abnjohnny View Post
    I just picked one up and it's great and so lightweight. Now just looking for an AR mag adapter.
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    I saw Brownells has TB guns. Would make a great SBR.

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