Cyma m14

Discussion in 'What Gun Should I Get?' started by jaredb23, Jan 6, 2013.

  1. jaredb23

    jaredb23 New Member

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    I'm looking for a starter gun. I'm fairly new to airsoft, only having a couple 30-40 dollars lpegs. I like the CYMA cm.032 m14 It's metal with fake wood. Anybody has any idea about this gun? Thanks!
     
  2. Southpawlegend

    Southpawlegend New Member

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    It's a great gun would recommend I bought it for my girlfriend
    She loves it
     
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  3. AKkid

    AKkid New Member

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    I have this gun, it's great. It's perfect for someone like you, but it's so easy to upgrade, you basically use it even when you begin to move up. Overall- get it. But of course you won't e te best at CQB with it.
     
  4. jaredb23

    jaredb23 New Member

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    You have the best girlfriend.
     
  5. jaredb23

    jaredb23 New Member

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    Thanks for the help! Overall with the mag full, what the weight?
     
  6. javier43

    javier43 New Member

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    btw it is not metal but a very very stong plastic (do not doubt it) but in total about 8-10 pounds
     
  7. Southpawlegend

    Southpawlegend New Member

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    I really do :) she's my spotter ^.^
     
  8. warriorairsoft444

    warriorairsoft444 New Member

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    Your girlfriend is amazing
     
  9. Southpawlegend

    Southpawlegend New Member

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    Yeah now I just need to get us both sidearms and rigs ^.^
     
  10. Rifled-n-Ready

    Rifled-n-Ready Active Member

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    Im sure you meant it's not completely made of metal. On this gun anything made of metal on the real thing is metal on this gun, the stock of the rifle however is plastic. I really is a great starter gun.
     
  11. Southpawlegend

    Southpawlegend New Member

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    I have my girlfriends on hand I'm suppose to work on it when my chronograph comes in.
     
  12. cyclopso

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    It's definitely a great gun. It has great range and accuracy for the price. I managed to get accurate 200ft shots with .25 bbs. If you get it I would suggest tightening the selector switch screw, mine fell off after awhile. It will do you well as a starter gun.
     
  13. javier43

    javier43 New Member

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    yes the entire lower receiver is plastic but barrel,upper,trigger,trigger guard
    all metal PS when you get it unscrew the backplate and remove the piece of plastic if you remove it you can now fit a large type battery