G&G M4 vs. CYMA AK

Discussion in 'What Gun Should I Get?' started by masterpro72, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. masterpro72

    masterpro72 New Member

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    I need help choosing the right airsoft gun. Here are the three nominees. I need the one that has best Range, Accuracy, and Durability.

    Price range: $100-$170

    Position: Rifleman

    Power: Electric

    Model: M4, AK, Thompson, Mp5.

    Expectations: Good Range, Accuracy, and Durability.

    G&G M4
    http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?cPath=21_44_218&products_id=33557

    CYMA AK
    http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?cPath=21_44_486&products_id=30467

    CYMA Thompson
    http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?cPath=21_44_486&products_id=27864

    CYMA Mp5
    http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?cPath=21_44_486&products_id=31865



    (Keep note that I only have about $170 and can't afford anything more expensive)
     
    Last edited: Oct 22, 2012
  2. flameingawesomeness

    flameingawesomeness New Member

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    Check out kwa's new cqb m4 line they are around your price range and fit most of your criteria.
     

  3. masterpro72

    masterpro72 New Member

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    I don't quite have the money for one. That is why I have made these 4 my nominees.
     
  4. rdrunner

    rdrunner New Member

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    if you get the kwa cqr mod 1 from airsoftgi it's 189. then use a 10% discount code, your order would come to about 171 dollars for a great m4
     
  5. masterpro72

    masterpro72 New Member

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    Maybe. But, I Should have said that I have about $155 which is more my budget. Can't really spend more. Which of my options is the best?
     
  6. masterpro72

    masterpro72 New Member

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    which gives best performance?
     
  7. ShooterMcgavin

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    Get the Cyma AK. You will not be disappointed. Or a Dboys AK if you want slightly better externals but not as good internals.

    Cyma AK best performance.
     
  8. AirsoftimusPrime

    AirsoftimusPrime New Member

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    Get a CYMA AK. The KWA and G&G M4 sportlines will perform poorly.
     
  9. masterpro72

    masterpro72 New Member

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    Which one is the very best for CYMA? Which one is most durable?
     
  10. AirsoftimusPrime

    AirsoftimusPrime New Member

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    AK or M14 series. If you want an M4 you can also look into JG.
     
  11. soviet

    soviet New Member

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    CYMA CM.035 nice so is the CM.048. There AKS-74U lines are nice. All there AK's are nice. :p
     
  12. masterpro72

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    To the one that said G&G sportlines perform poorly: They use the same gearbox as the pro-line. I have owned two before in my time as have my brother and my friend. Those guns perform excellent out-of-the box. It has never let me or my friends down. Best gun for under $200. Period.
     
  13. Lil_Shady

    Lil_Shady Administrator Staff Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Congratulations! You just made this whole thread pointless. You said that it's the best gun for under $200 "period" But you're asking what gun you should get for under $200? Makes no sense.

    Secondly, you're wrong. The intrernals of the CMs are craptastic. Get a JG M4, and you won't want another CM. The externals leave a little to be desired, but the internals are tanks.
     
  14. masterpro72

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    My point was that it is excellent. I have opened up a highly abused G&G M4 sportline body and it had little to no wear. The G&G sportline guns use the exact same gearbox that the Top tech models do just with a polymer gun body. What evidence do you have that G&G sportlines are bad?
     
  15. Nelson

    Nelson Review Guru Supporting Member

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    Oooooh ooooh pick me. Time for some personal dejavu.
    Let's start off with the wiring. Plain and simple it is bad. It is horrible has a really poor resistance and doesn't last.
    Next lets talk about motor connectors. Awful. They always fall off, especially at the worst times. I've never had a g&g that I didn't have to fidget with the motor connectors.
    Let's talk next about the bushing. They are made of brass which thoroughly disappointed me.
    After that the gearbox shell, not very strong. Not terrible, just not that good.
    Having said that they are a great gun for there price and after you re-crimp the motor connectors you have a stock gun that will last you for a long time. The g&g externals on the cm sport lines are also one of my favorite. Very durable.
     
  16. masterpro72

    masterpro72 New Member

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    I'm not sure. I've never had those problems.
     
  17. Lil_Shady

    Lil_Shady Administrator Staff Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Wiring issues, craptastic gears, poor torque on the motor, bad pistons..... Seriously, for this budget JG is king. The externals are meh, but the internals are some of the best in a stock gun.
     
  18. Nelson

    Nelson Review Guru Supporting Member

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    It's no use I tried to say that but clearly he refused to listen because "HE" never had that problem. -.-