The AGM / Dboy M4 RIS Carbine is value that will be tough to beat. This M4 features full metal externals such as the receiver, rails, buffer tube, and barrel. Other features include a hi-cap magazine, retractable stock, and PEQ battery box. The gearbox is a standard TM spec version 2 with reinforced metal internals that are compatible with aftermarket TM spec parts. The AGM / Dboy M4 is a great rifle for anyone looking to for a skirmish grade metal AEG or those looking for a good full metal base gun to use for upgrading. With its standard Picatinny rails and ver.2 gearbox, the upgrade and accessory options for this AEG are endless.
- Full Metal Receiver and Barrel Assembly
- RIS Front End for Tactical Accessories
- Railed Upper Receiver for Optics
- Retractable LE Stock
- Sling Loops at Front and Rear
- Full Metal Gearbox with Reinforced Internal Parts
- Adjustable Rear Sight.
- Compatible with standard Ver. 2 Upgrade Parts and Accessories.
- Battery PEQ2 Box Included
- Adjustable hopup.
768mm / 850mmWeight:
360rd Hi-Capacity. Works with Matrix, G&G, Tokyo Marui and other compatible M4 / M16 Series Airsoft AEG MagazinesMuzzle Velocity:
360~400 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)Thread Direction:
Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully UpgradeableMotor:
Long TypeFire Modes:
9.6v Small type recommended (Battery not included)Wiring:
Front wired w/ small TamiyaHopup:
Yes, AdjustablePackage Includes:
Gun, Magazine, PEQ BoxManufacturer:
Matrix (USA Distribution) AGM MP032 / Dboy BI-5181M (OEM)Things you may need to get started:
Battery and Charger – Required to power your AEG; use a high quality battery and charger for best results.Spare Magazines – Stay in the fight longer by bringing more ammo with you.BBs – High quality precision 6mm BBs recommended; Use 0.20g – 0.25g BBs for best results.Silicone Oil – Basic cleaning and lubrication maintenance help keep your Airsoft AEG in top working order.
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"This was my first AEG, and this review is based on 3 months of ownership and ~6,000 rounds of use in casual field and woodland play with a 9.6v nimh battery.
This M4 has a very nice weight which was the first thing I noticed. Definitely heavier than some of my friend's full-metal M4s, but not so heavy that it is burdensome. Due to the front wiring with mock-PEQ battery box on the rails, and the 16" outer barrel this M4 is noticeably front-heavy compared to others. Before purchasing I read several reviews that indicated little or no RIS/front-end wobble. This was not the case for mine. At least 1/4" probably closer to a 1/2" of wobble was immediately noticeable on the one I received. The cheap wobbly vertical grip included, combined with the RIS wobble was virtually unusable. I ended up ditching the vertical grip, moving the PEQ box to the right hand rail, and putting a hand guard over the top joining the top outer barrel rail to the upper receiver. This 100% eliminated all wobble and now feels incredibly sturdy, but of course it doesn't look quite right. But this was preferable to the very high amount of wobble present out of the box.
Within minutes of u-nboxing and messing around with this M4, two metal pieces of the charging handle also simply fell off. I did not drop it, I did not pull it hard, but nevertheless they simply broke off. The charging handle is still completely functional without these small pieces, but it did not make me feel great about the build quality of this M4. A piece of the PEQ box also fell off and was lost during my first woodland game with this gun. Overall I am disappointed with the quality of the externals.
However, in terms of performance I was pleasantly surprised. I have not chrono'd the gun but subjectively it easily keeps pace with $200+ M4 AEG's used by others I play with. Consistency, accuracy, and power all turned out better than expected for an M4 at this price point. I have used several brands of mid-cap and high-cap mags and all have worked and fed very well. I have no complaints about the stock, it seems sturdy and works as expected.
Overall I give this gun 4/5. It does what you need it to do, especially for a first AEG at the $150-180 price point. It keeps up in the field without any additional money being spent on it, just beware that some of the externals may suffer from being cheap, brittle, and fragile. If you are looking for a gun with no wobble out of the box, this is not it. If you are looking for a solid first full metal AEG M4 I would definitely recommend it.
"This was my first AEG over 100$. Had it for 6 months and still works like new. Deffinately worth the money. I could hit a crayola marker from 80 feet. Everything is metal and the grip,stock is abs plastic. It is as heavy as the real thing. Im still using the stock battery and its shooting 340fps with .2 bbs. Shoots about 17 bbs per second i reccomend a 9.6 2000mah large type battery for more than 20 bbs per second. Ris is very sturdy does not budge. Perfect gun for begginers or even pros. Youll love it if you get it
"this gun is very accurate and my dad said its exactly like the real thing because hes in the air force
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