A look at the ultra-short and ultra-sweet HK G36C (VIDEO)

The dimensions of a submachine gun with the terminal ballistics of the 5.56. What’s not to like about the HK36C?

With a barrel just a skosh over 9-inches long, the C-variant of the Heckler & Koch G36 is designed to be compact, with its side-folding stock allowing it to fit into a 20-inch long envelope, which is nice for guys climbing out of a submarine hatch or jumping out of an airplane door on purpose. Garand Thumb managed to get his hands on one and gives his thoughts on the platform as a whole and the G36C in particular, in the above.

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