During the 90s, the Federal Armament Authority faced with the need for change of good but obsolete weapons G3. The result was a demand for modular weapon that would cover a range from machine guns, carbines, assault rifles to light machine gun. In 1997 the company Heckler&Koch developed a new series of advanced weapon H&K G36, which were later incorporated into the Bundeswehr in the number of 33 thousand units. Weapon used standard 5,56x45 mm NATO ammunition and its skeleton is made from plastic reinforced with fibre glass. German arms factory for the first time dropped the use of the reliable but improper ammunition, dynamic locking rollers and applied the principle of rotation of the locking swivel cover block. This model is manufactured by Classic Army and is among the hottest news on the market. It comprises of a metal 7 mm gearbox version 3, High Speed & High Torque motor, reinforced interior parts (e.g. gears, piston, piston head, metal bearings 7 mm, metal spring guide etc.) and Wind Up Hi-cap Magazine
470 rounds. The gun has a longer handguard, barrel and stock than models CA36C and CA36K. The weapon is mainly characterised by its upper transport handle in which a scope with magnification of 1.5x is located and a very long barrel. At first look the weapon seems to be made from more mat plastic than from its competitor Tokyo Marui.