MG-36 Kreuz Original series

MG36 Machine Gun for Laser TagMG36 Machine Gun for Laser Tag
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Electronics Generation
Feedback Type
Optical system
131 oz
45.5 in
820 ft
Up to 30 hours.
Li+ (2,6 Ah; 7,4V)
Li+ (8,4V; 1000 mA) (additional option)

LASERWAR is a company that offers a wide range of realistic tactical laser tag weaponry, including a laser tag replica of the highly-regarded Heckler & Koch MG-36 machine gun.

The MG36 is a light machine gun developed by the German arms manufacturer Heckler & Koch (H&K) and it is an improved variant of the G36 assault rifle. The MG36 is designed for use as a light support weapon role. It has a long barrel, a bipod, and a heat shield to help prevent overheating during sustained fire. It has a 100-round magazine that can be mounted on top of the weapon, providing a high volume of fire for suppressing enemy positions. The MG36 features a Picatinny rail system that allows for the attachment of various optics, such as red dot sights, scopes, and laser aiming modules. This machine gun is constructed from lightweight materials, such as high-strength polymers and alloys making it easy to carry and maneuver on the battlefield. Today, it is used by military and law enforcement units around the world.

Known as the "KREUZ" laser tag machine gun, this model from the "ORIGINAL" series is constructed primarily from durable ABS plastic, with its design elements - such as the folding bipod and C-mag double drum magazine - remaining intact during the electronic integration process.

MG36 laser tag machine gun

The speaker is placed within the magazine for optimal acoustic output, although the stock is not locked when folded due to the size of the C-mag double drum magazine.

The power source for the MG-36 laser tagger is a 2200 mAh lithium battery, with an autonomous operating time of up to 36 hours, depending on the electronic generation and energy-intensive options used, such as Feedback and online statistics.

The bolt located on the top of the barrel box facilitates reloading. The machine gun is turned on with a key located in a special lock on the right side of the magazine next to the trigger.

The MG-36 laser tag machine gun offers an optimal range of fire of up to 820ft (250) meters with the Prism laser tag optic, or up to 1,300 feet (400 meters) with the Parallax version, featuring a much narrower infrared beam. A 1.5x optical sight comes as standard, integrated into the carrying handle, with a Picatinny rail mounted on the carrying handle to facilitate the addition of optional telescopic or collimator sights.


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