cyma m14 ebr or ics galil

Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by bal1, Dec 13, 2012.

  1. bal1

    bal1 New Member

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    I'm stuck,I don't know which one to get, somebody help?
    I know nothing about either of them.
    I'd but the galil from a local retailer, or I'd buy the ebr from ams.
     
  2. TYSONtheSNIPER

    TYSONtheSNIPER New Member

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    The Cyma sure looks good, but AMS is faaaar less appealing... I'd say go with the Galil. It looks like a really solid gun.

    Plus, if I bought a M14 of whatever variant, it would be a G&G or Classic Army for the V2 and 3 Upgradeablity. Version 7 is ok, but V2/3 is far more common.
     

  3. JGhost

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    I have the ICS Galil ARM w/wood handguard & the bipod. I love it. Very solid gun. Shoots nice. Haven't done any upgrades yet other than going from an 8.4v to a 9.6. Looking to get the top rail setup with a nice sight and may change the stock barrel for a tight-bore. I saw your other posts about mags, ICS only has one 400 rd hi-cap its metal and works pretty good. It wobbles a little but definitely won't come out. I saw a few other posts around about AK74 mags working. I ordered a couple different mid-caps from Evike and they both work fine. 1st one was a Matrix 140rd AK74 mag. I fits perfectly though I broke the front tab off the 1st day I had it. My fault though. I thought I had it the mag out and pulled it down to hard. 2nd one was a MAG 100 rd AK74 mag. Fits a little snug but nothing a little palm tap can't fix. I'm sure you could modify it a bit but its fine how it stands.
     
  4. Ehudakineyah

    Ehudakineyah New Member

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    Both guns are good IMO lol.

    CYMA is a workhorse. V7 gearbox is a little different then your standard v2/v3, but if you're planning to just use it out of the box. It'll last you a long time.

    ICS Galil is a great gun. Not too many people running around with it. Solid and great urban style gun. Only down side is the battery compartment being small.