Mk3a1 Assignment Discovery

For the light machine gun variant, see MG36

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 heavier 7.62mm G3 battle rifle. It was accepted into service with the Bundeswehr in 1995, replacing the G3. The G36 is gas-operated and feeds from a 30-round translucent detachable box magazine or a 100-round C-Mag drum magazine.

Battlefield 2Edit

The G36 appears in Battlefield 2 in three models: C, E, and K.

G36CEdit

G36C

Kit

Special Forces

Firemodes

  • Fully Automatic
  • Semi-Automatic

Recoil

  • 0.2-0.4 (hip)
  • 0.5 (zoomed)

Hipfire

Zoomed

0.3 (Stand)
0.24 (Crouch)0.2 (Prone)

0.225 (Stand)
0.18 (Crouch)
0.15 (Prone)

"The G36C is the commando version of the G36 weighing 2.8 kilos and is only 500mm long when the stock is folded. In full auto mode it can fire 750 rounds per minute."

— In-game description

The G36C is the Tier One unlock for the Special Forces kit in Battlefield 2. It possesses a fairly low spread and moderate damage, coupled with an average rate of fire and average reload time. Like the QBZ-97, it is one of the few carbines which lacks an optic.

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G36KEdit

G36K

Kit

Special Forces

Unlocked at

Unlocked at start

Firemodes

  • Fully Automatic
  • 3-round Burst

Recoil

  • 0.2-0.4 (hip)
  • 0.5 (zoomed)

Hipfire

Zoomed

0.3 (Stand)
0.24 (Crouch)
0.22 (Prone)

0.225 (Stand)
0.18 (Crouch)
0.165 (Prone)

"The G36 family of weapons is an example of the new thinking in assault weaponry. They are constructed mostly of high strength polymers with metal used where appropriate. It has a slightly longer barrel than the CQC G36C."

— In-game description

The G36K is a weapon featured in Battlefield 2: Special Forces, issued to the SASSpecial Forces kit. Like most of the carbines, the G36K possesses fairly low spread and recoil, with a thirty-round magazine, fair rate of fire, and moderate damage.

Statistically, the weapon performs nearly identically to the G36C, with identical recoil and near-identical spread (the K variant has slightly inferior proned spread -- 0.015 higher zoomed and 0.02 higher unzoomed), but slightly higher damage. However, the K variant is capable of a three-round-burst mode which the C variant lacks.

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G36EEdit

G36E

Kit

Medic

Unlocked at

Tier Two
Default British SAS

Firemodes

  • Semi-Automatic
  • 3-round Burst

Hipfire

Zoomed

0.25 (Min)
0.325 (Crouch)
0.375 (Stand)

0.2 (Min)
0.26 (Crouch)
0.3 (Stand)

"The G36 family of weapons is an example of the new thinking in assault weaponry. They are constructed mostly of high strength polymers with metal used where appropriate. The G36E is the standard assault rifle variant of the G36 family."

— In-game description

The G36E is a weapon featured in Battlefield 2 for the Medic Kit. The G36E sports similar stats to the G36C, but with a slightly higher damage output and less recoil.

Unlike the G36C, the G36E only has semi-automatic and three-round-burst fire modes, whereas the G36C has the Semi-Automatic and Fully Automatic fire modes and the G36K possesses three-round-burst and full-auto firemodes.

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The M18A1 Claymore is an anti-personnel mine that was developed for the US Military by Norman A. MacLeod in 1956. Its design stems from World War II, when two scientists, a German and a Hungarian, discovered the effect that an explosion can be directed by a heavy steel plate in which they would name it the Misznay-Schardin effect after themselves.

Since the Vietnam War, many nations have either made or copied their own version of the Claymore, with 17 nations using the mine or one based from it. The mine has been featured in Battlefield Vietnam, Battlefield 2, Battlefield Play4Free,Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4; with an advanced variant, called simply the APM, featured in Battlefield 2142.

Battlefield VietnamEdit

The Claymore is featured in Battlefield Vietnam, issued to the US Army and USMCEngineer Kit. It can be incredibly useful to defend a flag from capture if placed in a good spot, or to defend a choke point that enemies will travel through. Aside from detonation through proximity, the claymore can also be manually detonated.

Although the limit of Claymores a player could carry was 5 in the early versions of the game, as well as Battlefield Vietnam: Redux, in the 1.2 patch, the Claymore was added to all American/ARVN scout kits, and the count for both the Scout kits and Engineer kits was reduced to 2.

Battlefield 2Edit

Claymore

"The claymore is an anti-personnel mine which explodes in a cone-shaped pattern. A claymore will explode whenever someone moves in front of it. Be careful as the claymore does not distinguish between friend or foe."

— In-game description

The Claymore is featured in Battlefield 2, is issued to the Sniper Kit for the USMC, MEC and the PLA. It is useful as a safeguard for when the player is sitting in a good spot for sniping as it can protect the player from enemies trying to sneak up on them from behind to take them out. The Claymore is unable to be destroyed by gunfire or grenade, making it a deadly asset.

The only thing that can get rid of a Claymore is getting set off by an enemy, or if the player places a third, canceling the first one.

Battlefield Play4FreeEdit

Claymore

Kit

Recon

Damage

  • 200-1 (against infantry, damage drops gradually to 0 after 1.5 meter radius)

Range

4 meter radius, 30°angle

The Claymore is a gadget featured in Battlefield Play4Free for the Recon kit. It is very effective in defending flanking routes against infantry and can be obtained via training customization, acquiring the Claymore option. A single player can have a maximum of 5 Claymores.

Claymores can also be countered by obtaining the Avoid Trip-Wire training, which delays their detonation by a couple of seconds.

RanksEdit

  1. Allows a single Claymore to be equipped and used.
  2. Increases the amount of Claymore carried to 2.
  3. Increases the amount of Claymore carried to 3.
  4. Increases the amount of Claymore carried to 4.
  5. Increases the amount of Claymore carried to 5.

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