Features Aluminum alloy upper and lower receivers and barrel assembly Fixed stock with triangular polymer handguard, stock and pistol grip Adjustable front and rear sights Traditional Vietnam war era styling Reinforced V2 gearbox Wired to the handguard with a small Tamiya connector (Battery not included) Manufacturer: CYMA Airsoft FPS Range: 400-420 Color: Black Specifications: Length:
250rd Hi-Capacity. Works with Matrix, G&G, Tokyo Marui and other compatible M4 / M16 Series Airsoft AEG Magazines
400 - 420 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)
Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully Upgradeable
9.6v Small Butterfly Type recommended (Battery not included. Wired to stock with small Tamiya connector)
Gun, Magazine, Manual
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(Write a review) "For 150, this gun is awesome. CYMA guns never disappoint
Stright and accurate (using .25)
Lots of battery room (I use a small type)
Full auto is pretty fast, and it sounds good to.
Reciver is metal
Handguard is made of cheap plastic, the stock is made of plastic as well but it feels more sturdy. (not a big deal)
In semi, you cant feather the trigger. You must pull the trigger all the way, or else the gun will lock up on you. If that does happen, just switch it to full, shoot, and switch it back.
All in all, 5/5, great starter gun. "Let me just say it flat out- This is a fantastic gun. CYMA makes incredible products. Most of my guns are CYMA, and they're fantastic.
Accurate- I was hitting moving targets at a range exceeding 150 feet with .28s. All the internals are stock and will remain stock unless they break. This thing is a laser beam. It would be an effective DMR platform if that interests you.
Sturdy- I have thrown this thing, run into trees, and have been generally rowdy with it. It's stood up to it all.
Looks- It looks amazing. Some people might dislike the fact that it comes with a standard STANAG 30rd style mag instead of a Vietnam style mag, but I actually consider that a bonus. I bought it expressly for a US Army Infantry Rifleman kit circa 1989/1990, so the STANAG 30rd mag is appropriate. You could always buy VN style mags, of course.
Weight- It's light as a feather. Compared to my CYMA AK-47 it's nothing! It maybe weighs around 4-6 lbs? This is nice because as I said earlier, it's still rock solid feeling.
Rate of Fire- This thing has a pretty good rate of fire. It's no MG42 or wacked out hillbilly with a polarstar'd SCAR, but it certainly isn't a springer! I have no definitive number for the rate of fire, but I'd say it's around 20-25 rounds a second. If you schlapped a drump/C Mag and a bipod on it, you'd have a very nice LMG that you can actually carry.
Obviously no rail space. I don't really care about rails, as the kit I got this for wouldn't use them anyway. You could swap out the handguard for an M16A4 style, but it technically wouldn't be a true M16A4 because of the fixed carry handle and a few other details. Only the most anal-retentive gun nut would blast you on it, though.
Cons- (spoiler alert: not many!)
Handling- Being a top tier LONG BOI, it's pretty unwieldy at times. I recommending finding a nice piece of cover and posting up there.
Hot- It runs a little hot out of the box with anything below a .28. With a .25 it registers around 420(nice) FPS, too hot for my local field. It just needs time to break in, I hope.
Overall I would absolutely recommend you acquire this firearm.
10/10 would camp in a window and use it as a fixed LMG again. "I cannot believe this rifle. out of the box it out shoots my upgraded Krytac MkII. it has a slower ROF, but its accuracy makes that irrelevant. (rof on an 11.1 2200mah is about 16rps, not bad my my crb gets 22rps) I have my CRB R hopped and this rifle out shoots it easy. Time will tell with the longevity. as of now the performance is out of this world.
Now I got this rifle for a vietnam impression, Its the closest you can get for under 200 bucks. and it WAY nicer than the JG, which, I am glad I did not get.
As far as impressions, it has the tapered delta ring which is not period correct, niether are the cheesy trademarks, but unless you a purist, and a stupid one at that, very forgivable. the polymer in the handguards and stock/grip, are pretty platically, but arent that much different than the real ones ive shot. but i am looking at replacing it all with real furniture, as theyd be marginally better. The gun is very light, which is a pro, as for big milsim i tend to run an M249, I may throw this on my back. JIC.
Overall, this is a fantastic suprise to have recieved, I am currently looking at other cyma AR series to see if they meet this as a standard, look for the cheesy bamf logo. Read More Reviews Write a Review
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