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The G36 is a gas operated, 5.56×45mm assault rifle, designed in the early 1990s by Heckler & Koch in Germany as a replacement for the heavier 7.62mm G3 battle rifle. While the original G36 doesn't appear in the Rainbow Six universe, its carbine variants do:
- The G36K is a carbine variant with a shorter barrel (fitted with an open-type flash suppressor) and a shorter forend, which includes a bottom rail that can be used to attach tactical accessories.
- The other variant is the G36C, a subcarbine model that has a shorter barrel than the G36K and has either a four-prong open-type flash hider or a birdcage type flash hider.
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- It's interesting to note that on the cover of the game, Domingo "Ding" Chavez's G36C is not equipped with a C-more reflex sight like it is fitted with in-game.
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- The fire selector of the weapon is incorrectly locked to the safe setting even when switching fire modes.
- The G36C's iron sights completely disappear upon mounting an optic to it.
- The character Jung Park uses the G36C as his signature weapon in the Vegas games.
- The G36C shares its reloading animation with the XM8.
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