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Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by Navy100, Nov 23, 2012.
I need help deciding which gun model between the two. I have a budget around 200$
What will you be using it for??
The M14's are "not too fun" to work with internally, but if you want one, go for the CYMA.
The AR platform will be a lot easier to work with. Especially if you go with an ICS.
Honestly, its up to personal preference. Do you plan on upgrading it? If so take Seyos post to heart, if not then the decision really doesnt matter!
I own the cyma socom m14 and I think it's a decent gun. It is a little tricky internally but it's a solid gun and will take a bit of a beating.
I'm using for a rifle man/ designated marksman setup
I'm going to upgrade it quickly
That's the m14 I was thinking about. How tricky is it internally?
It's not horribly complicated, so you could figure it out. However it's " less standard" than a m4. So overall it is a good gun it would be worth getting it.
Go for the vietnam m16 from air rattle .
If you want to snipe people, you can just take off the handle an put on a red dot sight.
Holy mother of triple posts, we have an edit button.
It's not the internals that are to tricky, it's getting to them that is. Luckily, we have a good guide in the gun building and modifications stickies.
Lol, seriously? On a stock gun, putting a red dot or carry handle on isn't going to make the gun any more accurate. CODsofter much? If you want to turn it into a sniper rifle, you need to upgrade it, not stick another sight on it.
COD sniper rifle: add an ACOG to an M16 and it increases it accuracy and range. Lolwut?
Airsoft: upgrades, upgrades, upgrades.
If you know you are going to keep the DMR setup, get the M14. I would probably get the M4 though, as you can configure it however you like.
Oh yeah and just throw on a sniper scope right? Makes the gun More accurate bwahaha
For a $200 budget (including upgrades)
I don't think you can even make a good DMR.
You can buy an decent AEG for about $150. But that doesn't leave you much room for internals and a decent scope. Maybe a piston, shims, spring, and.... Battery? :/ sorry man
I would but the m14 I'm looking at is also 11 pounds, so I may just end up going with the m4
M4's can be made into anything you desire...
I back up this statement.
For example though. I'll be in the process of making mine into a DMR, but I'll have a separate gear box and upper receiver to use for CQB.
(*Does not see HK416 conversion kit*)
(*Goes into quiet rage fit in chair*)
I use a Vietnam m16 and get headshots at about 75 feet