|Shoot modes||Semi-auto Auto|
|Range||150 feet (45.72 meters)|
|Fire rate||800 rounds/min|
|Battery life||4 hours|
|Weight||8.2 lbs (3,719.45 grams)|
|Size||44.3 inches (112.52 cms)|
|Creation date||June 22, 2012|
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The CYMA M14 is a clone of the Tokyo Marui M14 sold at a slightly reduced price. *note- this review is for the full length version (44.3 in) as opposed to the socom version (37.1 in)
This gun is beautiful. I have the version with the fake wood finish, and it looks pretty good. The gun is pretty heavy(a pro for me) and feels very solid. In games, I find that this gun is the perfect bridge between a sniper and a normal aeg. the long precision barrel gives it the range to compete with some spring snipers, but the full-auto capabilities give it the medium range punch of any M4. In short, this gun is an intimidating beast. Heads will turn when you walk onto the field with it.
I consider this gun's high weight a pro. This gun shoots very hard and far. It looks great. the sound the bolt makes is a pro in itself. This gun can compete with some snipers range wise, but shoots on full auto. This gun does come with a battery and charger. (but the manual gives the incorrect charging time)
Smaller players may have difficulty with the gun's weight. the size and weight of the gun make it difficult to use for indoor play. The sights are too low to be used with full-face protection. The bolt-release lever came off, leaving the bolt difficult to operate. Also, some seemingly unnecessary metal piece came off the right side. This gun comes with a sling, but it is worthless.
All in all, this gun is great. For those who play outdoors, I have never shot anything better. I give the accessories a five for the terrible sling.