||The stock is black, the color matches the CA color ALMOST perfectly--just a little darker. Texture does match perfectly, though.
I put this on my CA36[e]. You can tell that the stock was made for SRC, as it's a bit of a tight fit--some sanding is required where the stock meets the gun. The button on this is made of metal; it was made of plastic on the G&P version.
There's NO wobble whatsoever! Fits my CA36 pretty snug!
To get the stock to fold, you need to sand down the top part of the hole on the inner piece of the stock, or else it won't lock into place.
The stock doesn't come apart easily out of the box-- the screw that holds the adjustment lever on needs to be tightened. i.e. you need to unscrew it by hand at first (poke a finger through the hole for the folding stock to hold one end of the screw) then you need to reasemble it (there's a hole at the top part.)
The G&P version has logos, and din connectors--the SRC version does not. Though I never did care about the real-steal logos, and I can get dins pretty easy myself. :P
The different lenghts are great--they make the gun more versatile in my opinion. It has 4 postitions.
Position 1-- CQB as it is the shortest lenght. Also good for leaving covering fire to get your enemie's heads down whilst you or your team moves. (My AK-loving friends seem to like this length!)
Position 2-- standard G36 stock length. Good for general assault, not really special beyond that...?
Postion 3-- DMR/Sniper. If you have a carry handle, it provides the PERFECT eye relief for that tiny little scope. Just set your head down comfortably, and--bam! There it is!
Postion 4-- Sniper/Prone. Provides perfect eye relief when fully prone (lying down on the ground). At that length it has just a wee bit of wobble, but with a large-type battery I think it'd go away. You probably won't use this position on the stock unless fully prone anyways.
+Lager battery space
-color (Very, VERY minor)
I strongly suggest you get this if you have a G36--at the very least it looks awesome!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]