E1 & JG G36's

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E1 & JG G36's

Postby TehLolPie » Wed Aug 24, 2011 3:04 pm

I just want to know the difference between them.
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Re: E1 & JG G36's

Postby gear-grinder » Wed Aug 24, 2011 3:30 pm

I do not have personal experience with either G36, however I am willing to share what I have found out/read about. Most of the time, Echo 1's are not worth the extra bit of money. JG's internals are pretty decent now, and only need slight work to be very reliable (assuming you get a "pre-upgraded" gearbox). Even my ~4 year old JG gearbox looked great when I finally decided to tear it apart. I have heard that JG's G36 is a great/reliable weapon, but again I do not have first-hand experience with either weapon.
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Re: E1 & JG G36's

Postby Hans.landa » Wed Aug 24, 2011 3:31 pm

None. JG makes one of the best G36, if not the best... i have two in my squad that use them, they are great and look awesome.
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Re: E1 & JG G36's

Postby Eric » Wed Aug 24, 2011 3:38 pm

Hans.landa wrote:None.

Not true. I know that E1 at the very least uses a different motor and a much better bucking.

Hans.landa wrote:JG makes one of the best G36, if not the best...

This is true. I'd take a CA over a JG due to the superior externals, but for the price E1/JG are hard to beat in most regards, but especially the G36's.
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Re: E1 & JG G36's

Postby Hans.landa » Wed Aug 24, 2011 3:46 pm

According to epic, there is no differences... not even a reshim/ grease of the gearbox.

Eric wrote:This is true. I'd take a CA over a JG due to the superior externals, but for the price E1/JG are hard to beat in most regards, but especially the G36's.


exactly, and i don't know about the CA, haven seen one in the field, but i have shot and used JG G36... and they are amazing.. everyone says they are the best, as the more expensive ones, are worth 100's extra, and don't bring anything better really.
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Re: E1 & JG G36's

Postby TehLolPie » Wed Aug 24, 2011 3:50 pm

don't they put a different spring? since the e1 stag-15 shoots about 330-350 fps while the jg m4a1 shoots about 380-400fps
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Re: E1 & JG G36's

Postby Eric » Wed Aug 24, 2011 3:52 pm

Well, I don't know what epic's talking about if he's saying they're the exact same. Every Echo1 I've ever worked on (quite a few too) has had a motor with a grey can and have been a bit faster than the standard JG M42's, with substantially less torque.
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Re: E1 & JG G36's

Postby gear-grinder » Wed Aug 24, 2011 3:54 pm

Long story short, the JG sounds like the winner to me.
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Re: E1 & JG G36's

Postby TehLolPie » Wed Aug 24, 2011 4:07 pm

oh and doesnt e1 have like metal bushings and jg doesn't?
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Re: E1 & JG G36's

Postby tylerflow » Wed Aug 24, 2011 4:27 pm

JG upgraded/enhanced has 7mm steel bushings. Regular JGs have (I believe) 7mm nylon bushings.

I'd pick JG over Echo1 because parts in the Echo1 are easily replaceable. A little re-shim and it should work like a dream. I have two friends with JG G36Cs, both for around 3 years with zero internal work and they run smoothly. I don't know if they're the enhanced versions, but it should still speak for JG.
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