- High quality injection molded polymer stock
- Durable aluminum alloy receiver, bolt system, barrel, and trigger assembly
- Comfortable ergonomic design
- 20mm top rail for mounting optics; studded for Harris-style bipods
- Polished stainless steel cylinder provides more power and smoother cycling
- Drop free 20 round magazine
- Front and rear sling mounting points
The CYMA L96 is derived from Tokyo Marui's latest design L96 / Type 96 rifle but with enhanced internals to perform at 400 FPS right out of the box. The L96 bolt action system ensures consistent accuracy, range, power, as well as durability.
CYMA has been in the Airsoft game for well over a decade, providing dedicated Airsofters with effective, efficient, and affordable tools of vicious BB slinging. Airsofters of every skill level have been drawn to CYMA not only for their reputation of reliability or their price tag but because their armory has something for every level of player from beginners just starting out, seasoned veterans who have been through their fair share of events and matches, to the advanced hardcore player that is looking to squeeze every bit of performance out of a weapon system. Designed with the well seasoned player in mind, this collection of guns provides unmatched out-of-the-box performance, clean, realistic design, and bulletproof reliability.Packages:Package A: Add 3-9x40 ScopePackage B: Add BipodPackage C: Add 3-9x40 Scope + BipodLength:
6 LbsMagazine Capacity:
20 rounds Compatible with CYMA CM703 L96 magazinesFire Modes:
High Power Spring (Proprietary System)Hopup:
Yes, AdjustablePackage Includes:
FPS Range: 390-400
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!
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"This gun is an excellent deal - maybe not the best, but will definitely give the larger portion of arms on the field a run for their money after a minor bit of work.
First - disassemble and shore up the barrel's length with foam baffles cut to (just barely larger than) the diameter of the outer barrel. I used 7 spaced evenly about 1" thick each. This will stabilize your barrel. Additionally, use teflon tape (pipe doping tape) at the muzzle end so there is not play between it and the outer barrel - as well as the base of the outer barrel that is threaded. Use electrical tape to aid in (air) sealing the breech end of the barrel that meets with the hop up unit.
Second - clean that barrel. lube the bolt/receiver system with silicon lubricant.
Third - sight the barrel, I find 30 yards to be a good medium. Try to make the trajectory (hop up) as flat and as accurate as possible - lobbying tennis balls in a game of catch is not what we're looking for and - like others have said - DO NOT RAISE THE GUN WHEN CYCLING THE BOLT. This may cause problems with the internal loading system which may require disassembly in order to dislodge stuck bullet. DO NOT FORCE THE BOLT forward - the feed ramp could get damaged and is not replaceable.
I use .25g BBs - as .20 (most AS fields) are a bit too light and veer off with the slightest gust of wind. Even .25g BBs are at the mercy of wind. I have found they are more accurate. On a day with minimal air disturbance I can confidently hit a man sized target at 50 yards. I can get in the area of a 4'x4' at a 100 yards on a day with minimal air disturbance.
I don't know why people complain about the stock- I've handled plenty of bona-fide firearms in my day from handguns, PDWs, rifles, shotguns, etc. Any firearm that uses a polymer receiver, forearm, stock, buttstock, etc - I find that "feel" may vary between manufacturers of the firearm or the weapon's body. This doesn't really feel remarkably different (toy-ish). Once picking it up, it was a more "okay that's what it feels like" and have had no concerns about the ruggedness of the stock or any "plastic-y" feel.
You will need to buy a sight to mount on the picatinny riser included. If you go with a scope, magnification is not really needed - anything above 3x is stupid. If you are a shooter of any kind - hitting a target at 200yards with irons is childs play. With airsoft guns, you won't ever get that kind of accuracy. Magnification won't help at that point!
Is this weapon heavy? Not compared to the real thing. Keep in mind though this is not an m4 or an assault platform - this platform is not meant to be run around in an engagement. Find a good spot, hunker down, support the platform, and take your kills when the opportunity presents itself. Move when needed to a new spot. Rinse and repeat.
I've had good success and plenty of good experiences with this rifle after putting a bit of work on it and taking care of it. It's a great platform. With the price - it's an excellent platform!
"I got this as my first sniper without doing any research beforehand and all i can say is- get something else thats compatible with upgrades. The feeding system is ok, you have to rack the bolt slowly. It shoots alright out to about 140ft after you clean the barrel and hopup, but it can barely hop .30 bbs. 2/5 shots are major fliers while the rest are about a 12” grouping at 140ft at best. Its heavy and cumbersome. Feels great in the hand and provides a great cheekweld but I cant get past the non comparibility with upgrades. Get yourself a vsr clone or an l96 that uses the aps2 system.
"The gun is a very good gun, though there are a couple things that you need to know about it. First you need to know to never hold the gun pointed to the sky and cock the gun back. This will cause a bb to get stuck in the chamber and will not let you be able to shoot. This happened to me about 4 times before I figured out was was wrong with it. Other than that, I is the best sniper rifle I've used.
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