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Real Steel History of the G36:
The Heckler & Koch G36 is a 5.56×45mm assault rifle, designed in the early 1990s by Heckler & Koch (H&K) in Germany as a replacement for the 7.62mm G3 battle rifle. The G36 is gas-operated selective fire rifle that feeds from a 30-round detachable box magazine or 100-round C-Mag drum magazine. 
The weapon can be stripped and re-assembled without tools through a system of cross-pins similar to that used on earlier HK designs. For cleaning purposes, the G36 disassembles into the following groups: receiver housing, return mechanism, bolt carrier group and trigger group. The fire and safety selector is ambidextrous and has controls on both sides of the receiver; the selector settings are described with letters: “S”—safe ("Sicher"), “E”—semi-automatic fire ("Einzelfeuer") and “F”—continuous fire ("Feuerstoß"). 
The G36 employs a large number of lightweight, corrosion-resistant synthetic materials in its design; the receiver housing, stock, trigger group (including the fire control selector and firing mechanism parts), magazine well, handguard and carry handle are all made of a carbon fiber-reinforced polyamide. 
Based on the G36, Heckler & Koch also created the semi-automatic SL8 rifle and the straight-pull, bolt-action R8, which are offered to the civilian sport shooting markets. The SL8 is substantially different from the G36, it has a modified receiver and a thumbhole stock with a cheek rest, which is integral with the trigger group. Other variants include the G36V- G36C – G36K - G36KV – G36A2 and the MG36.