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Two years ago I bought 2 Cybergun M1A1 Thompsons, about 150 each at the time. Now they are running around 170.

On paper and visually the CYMA Thompson is identical. The receiver, barrel and trigger group is advertised as metal. Visually they look the same except the Cybergun has white painted serial number etc. It has the black painted stock reinforcing bolt. The cheapo 90 dollar guns are just plastic where the reinforcing bolt is.

The CYMA is selling for $100. If I'm going to upgrade the mechanical components I'm going crazy trying to figure out if I should buy the CYMA.

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The Cybergun Thompson most likely is a rebranded CYMA Thompson so the CYMA is a better deal.
 

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The CYB Thompson is No Longer a CYMA.

Another Airsoft Group cloned the CYMA for CYB back in 2017 and reduced the cost...yet they sell it for more.

It's another one off of a one off of a TM.
 

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The CYB Thompson is No Longer a CYMA.

Another Airsoft Group cloned the CYMA for CYB back in 2017 and reduced the cost...yet they sell it for more.

It's another one off of a one off of a TM.
Soo, they cloned the clone?
 

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Yes...which is SOP for many of these makers now...
 

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I have no experience with either brand, but last year, I did buy a King Arms Model 1928, mainly because it was the only 1928 I could find with a correct top-mounted charging handle. Thus far, it's done all right, although the hop-up needs readjusting.
 
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