Features Injection molded polymer, one piece, DMR style stock; Adjustable cheek riser Metal barrel assembly Heavy duty metal receiver with moving charging handle and mock bolt Metal Version 7 gearbox, compatible with most version 7 upgrade components Front and rear sling swivels Receiver can accept most standard M14 optic mounts Compatible with Tokyo Marui spec. M14 magazines
The CYMA M14 series rifles are one of the most popular M14 platforms widely used by Airsofters and collectors all around the world. Based on the Tokyo Marui compatible design, the CYMA M14 is engineered to output higher FPS right out of the box with the capability of taking high power batteries like a 7.4 or 11.1V LiPo battery, and to cater to advanced players by including compatibility with many aftermarket upgrade parts. Externally, where it should be metal, is, and this 1:1 scale M14 replica is as nice as it gets! The Tokyo Marui system also ensures that you get affordable magazines!
The M14, is an American select fire automatic rifle that fires 7.6251mm NATO (.308 Winchester) ammunition. It gradually replaced the M1 Garand in the U.S. Army by 1961 and in U.S. Marine Corps by 1965. It was the standard issue infantry rifle for U.S. military personnel in the contiguous United States, Europe, and South Korea from 1959 until it was replaced by the M16 in 1970. The M14 was used for U.S. Army, Navy and Marine Corps basic and Advanced Individual Training (AIT) from the mid-1960s to the early 1970s.The M14 was the last American "battle rifle" (weapons that fire full-power rifle ammunition, such as the 7.6251mm) issued in quantity to U.S. military personnel. The rifle remains in limited service in all branches of the U.S. military as an accurized competition weapon, a ceremonial weapon by honor guards, color guards, drill teams, and ceremonial guards, and as a sniper rifle/designated marksman rifle. The M14 serves as the basis for the M21 and M25 sniper rifles.
Manufacturer: CYMA FPS Range: 370-400 Color: Black Specifications: Length:
470 Round high capacity magazine. Compatible with Tokyo Marui spec. M14 magazines
Version 7. Marui M14 Type / Full Metal / Fully Upgradeable
9.6v 1600 mAh Small Type Recommended (Battery & charger not included. Wired to the stock with small Tamiya connector)
CYMA is among the oldest, most experienced and the largest Airsoft manufacturing facility in the world. Known for their unmatched quality control and professionalism, CYMA is selected to be the OEM of a vast amount of Airsoft products. Durability and performance meets affordability!
(Write a review) "I canâ€™t wait for my m14 to arrive, I will thoroughly review this rifle :) "Brother picked the pistol grip version in imitation wood up for me on christmas, 2019.
I've been an airsoft marksman/plinker for well over 10 years now (never play real games- i just love the simplicity, and sport of non-invasive shooting without getting arrested/waking the neighbors at any given time). I have to say i am very fond of this rifle. Its pretty much metal and extremely close to what wood feels like and is QUITE heavy. If you're a smaller guy, I'd consider going with a socom version for less weight, in my opinion. Shouldering this girl for extended periods of time in the standing position is burdening. it's unquestionably heavier than an all metal AR, for perspective.
I've put quite a few rounds through this puppy from anywhere to a flat 50', up to a real rifle range that slopes 200 foot down a mountain. It shoots VERY nicely with the adjustable irons, smoothly, and the full auto is satisfyingly fast.
I've went through a case of .25's, and .28 BB's and think that the .28's are the sweet spot. If I had .30+bb's i would run those for pinpoint accuracy.
at 200' range, you can accurately hit a 1'x1' target with a little bit of dial in period and hop adjustment.
I would not suggest .20 BB's as you're essentially spraying an area at range, especially with the hop up on.
this year, i've added the matrix x4 rifle scope / mount
the mount works great, but the scope is a little uncomfortable, due to its compact size. I have the cheek rest adjustest all the way up, and my neck has to be as far foward as possible for good sight alignment. Maybe that scope wasnt a fantastic choice for this airsoft gun, but i will say that this CYMA m14 is pretty damn nice. I've got a wide variety of ar's, an l96, a p90, GBB's and at one point a high power springer m14, but this one is one of my favorites for sure.
great construction, heavy, great velocity, its not loud, it doesnt rattle or twist (within reason)
If i HAD to make a list of con's---- weight would be my gripe, but you're getting a metal construction long rifle, so its not out of question as to why it's heavy. also this may be an overall airsoft problem, but i'll mention it--- due to the barrel of this rifle being 500mm, you have to be careful with your axis rotation with the sighting and barrel, in lieu of having hopup adjusted for longer distances.... You can absolutely, 100% confirmed shoot around corners with this rifle with enough hop and distance. Turn gun 90*, moderate hop adjustment and shoot a few feet below target--- you will shoot behind wall, aka curve the bullet. "Very well made gun, the best I've ever shot and held. I mounted a M14 scope mount along with my scope, and powered it with a Turnigy 11.1v 1200mah 15c Lipo and I've had no problems. It's very heavy compared to the polymer Aegs I've used, it weighs around
14 lbs with the mount, scope, battery, and bbs, not the most ideal for long games. Definitely want to buy a bipod to help supporting this thing.
Metal receiver, mag, and barrel assembly.
Adjustable cheek riser
Mock bolt with bolt catch (fun to rack)
Plenty of room for battery
Capable of 11.1v Lipo!
Heavy, but like the real thing.
Does not except all M14/M1a mounts
No Bipod rail
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