CYMA M14 good for noob?

Discussion in 'What Gun Should I Get?' started by MAC-V-SOFT, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. MAC-V-SOFT

    MAC-V-SOFT New Member

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    Hey im new to airsoft and need a gun but i building a Vietnam loadout i saw a good deal on a CYMA M14 for a good deal but is it a good buy?
     
  2. chanyangel14

    chanyangel14 New Member

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    Can we have a link to see the gun? It would help if we had something to go by. :)
     

  3. marine121496

    marine121496 Wahahaha~ Supporting Member

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    ....pretty sure you own the gun...
     
  4. Southpawlegend

    Southpawlegend New Member

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    Yes the Cyma m14 is very nice bought it for my girlfriend actually wish I got myself one too...
     
  5. DadCRO

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    I adore my CYMA M14. It is very accurate right out of the box, however, you should get a new battery. Also, it has some heft to it, so if you are a nine year old, don't get it.
     
  6. MAC-V-SOFT

    MAC-V-SOFT New Member

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    Its at airsoftmegastore for 133 dollars
     
  7. MAC-V-SOFT

    MAC-V-SOFT New Member

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    That won t be a problem i lift 25 pound dumbells and chop wood with a axe
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  8. DadCRO

    DadCRO Member

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    Oh, and by the way, Google is very helpful. There are a bunch of threads on this gun already.
     
  9. MAC-V-SOFT

    MAC-V-SOFT New Member

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    Oh by the what is the range and what BBs works best in it
     
  10. chanyangel14

    chanyangel14 New Member

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    The one I got was the $219 one. I used .20s and it had 400fps consistently. They flew pretty far and accurately, but I'm not sure about the exact range of it.
     
  11. Hartman96

    Hartman96 Active Member

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    If I was you I'd stay away from ASM. But the Cyma is a good one. With .25s I can get roughly 50-60 yards accurately (rough estimate, not exact) Stay away from .20s with this gun.