M4 or M14

Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by Navy100, Nov 23, 2012.

  1. Navy100

    Navy100 New Member

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    I need help deciding which gun model between the two. I have a budget around 200$
     
  2. kodiak97

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    What will you be using it for??
     

  3. Seyo

    Seyo New Member

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    Last edited: Nov 23, 2012
  4. schlabie

    schlabie New Member

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    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!
     
  5. Ratface

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    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.
     
  6. Navy100

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    I'm using for a rifle man/ designated marksman setup
     
  7. Navy100

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    I'm going to upgrade it quickly
     
  8. Navy100

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    That's the m14 I was thinking about. How tricky is it internally?
     
  9. Ratface

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    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.
     
  10. kodiak97

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    Go for the vietnam m16 from air rattle .
     
  11. kodiak97

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    If you want to snipe people, you can just take off the handle an put on a red dot sight.

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  12. Finalencounter

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    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.
     
  13. Ace4300

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    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.
     
  14. Ehudakineyah

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    Oh yeah ;) and just throw on a sniper scope right? Makes the gun More accurate ;) bwahaha

    But seriously....
    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
     
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  15. Navy100

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    I would but the m14 I'm looking at is also 11 pounds, so I may just end up going with the m4
     
  16. Finalencounter

    Finalencounter Duke of Penguins Supporting Member

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    M4's can be made into anything you desire...
     
  17. Maxuhmize

    Maxuhmize New Member

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    I back up this statement.

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  18. Finalencounter

    Finalencounter Duke of Penguins Supporting Member

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    Hehe...

    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.
     
  19. Valkyrie

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    (*Does not see HK416 conversion kit*)
    (*Goes into quiet rage fit in chair*)
    Lol.
     
  20. kodiak97

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    I use a Vietnam m16 and get headshots at about 75 feet