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OPSGEAR G36C Shroud 2.0 Reviews

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OPSGEAR G36C Shroud 2.0
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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 9.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $135

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OPSGEAR® presents the next generation of Military Simulation modifications -- The G36C Shroud. This shroud is part of the Opposing Force™ brand of paintball modifications inspired by the force-on-force training offered by OPSGEAR® to military and police. These modifications are designed to replicate the dimension, weight and durability of firearms used in real-world operations, allowing operators to train with marking guns nearly identical to their real weapons. In addition to their less-than-lethal training application, these parts are offered to the civilian recreational paintball market for safe use in sanctioned fields and facilities. Opposing Force™ represents the state-of-the-art in military simulation and force-on-force training.

G36C Shroud Includes:

- G36C Shroud
- Elevated sight rail
- Picatinny rails
- Hand guard

Features

- Installs in minutes!
- No set screws!
- Near replica precision design
- Lightweight steel body construction
- Sight relief raised rail system
- Free floating barrel design
- Durable powder coat finish
- Compatible with X7 hopper, Tac-Cap or offset hoppers ONLY
Product Availability 
The OPSGEAR G36C Shroud 2.0 is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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superman1998 Tuesday, August 5th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month12 of 12 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Marker Setup: tippman a-5
opsgear G36 shroud 2.0
12" lapco bigshot barrel w/ apex tip
car stock
e-grip
double trigger
trinity flashlight and laser
red dot scope
tech t vortex mod, lightning rod, qeph, and squsihy paddles
opsgear m107 magazine
bipod front grip
x7 low profile hopper
Strengths: Build quality
looks
very solid feel
lots of rail space
Weaknesses: Price
plastic rails
hopper clearance
cocking handle clearance
Review: This is one amazing shroud. build quality is amazing, it will definately take a beating. mounts to the a-5 by using one of the stock push pins and replaces the topmost nut closest to the barrel wtih a longer one to accommodate the shroud. was fairly easy and straight forward to install. the look and feel of this shroud is also topnotch. it does add a little bit of weight, but nothing most paintaballers cant handle. i also felt that the price of it should be about $35 cheaper, somewhere around $100 would have been nice. the plastic rails seem sturdy enough, but the fact that they were plastic and not metal, especially for a $140 shroud, is still a concern. also this shround will only work with a offset hopper or accessory to offset your hopper. i have the low profile x7 hopper on mine and let me just tell you, its a tight fit. its fairly difficult to pull the hopper off due to the fact that the shourd doesnt allow the hopper to rotate the notch out of the locking slot. also since the shroud is pretty much a gun cover, it leaves a small gap between itself and the gun right around the cocking handle. this doesnt allow the handle to stick out as much making it a little more difficult to grab.
Conclusion: All and all this is still an amazing shroud. a must for any mil sim players. if you can get past the few tiny annoyances(and i do mean tiny) the i highly reccommend you give this shroud a try.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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Luder Thursday, May 8th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
none
Marker Setup: Tippmann A-5, G36C shroud, e grip, lapco 12in bigshot apex barrel, apex tip, m4 stock, bsa red dot scope, tacamo remote coil, G36C magazine kit, trinitiy bolt and power tube, hopper offset, ricochet hopper, two pressure point grip
Strengths: Very durable, somewhat lightweight, looks awsome, and real.
Weaknesses: Could be heavy for some people, the screw alignment was off a bit,
Review: The shroud makes the gun look realistic as can be. If you like the milsim look its perfect. Although it does add alot of weight to the marker. It also makes the marker seem alot larger. Having a folding stock may help abit. The alignment with the holes and screws to fit the markers were off a little. I bent the bracket to make it fit.
Conclusion: If you like the milsim look the mod is for you.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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