M14 Electric Wood color (Cyma)

€169.99
Colors Wood
Material ABS and Metal Propulsion Electric Fire mode Automatic (shot by shot or burst) td > Power 1.3 joules Hop up Adjustable Movable cylinder head No

Product details

Power: 1.3 joules

Magazine capacity: 400 balls span>

Hop Up: Adjustable

Battery: 8.4V Supplied < / span>

Battery Charger: Provided

The replica:

Excellent base for support or anti-snipe, the M14 from Cyma has excellent performance in terms of range and precision. Thanks to its full butt, it offers excellent stability when shooting and allows a pleasant shoulder, in particular due to a very good balance. The rear of the butt allows access to the battery compartment through a valve (very easy to access). This space is large enough to accommodate the largest batteries. The trigger is fitted with a mechanical safety device thus reducing the risk of accidental firing. The rifle is equipped with fully adjustable original sights but little without any worry receiving a scope or a red dot / Red Dot. The version 7 gearbox is completely made of metal. It is mounted on 7mm bearings. It contains a M 110 type spring which thus allocates a good power to the rifle.

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Tactical Rail + Scope & amp; Red Point:

Cyma M14 scope mount

Cyma Handguard RAS M14

Cyma Tactical Handguard M14

Riflescopes

Point rouge / Red Dot

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Guarder Canon 500mm Precision 6.02mm

Guarder Joint Hop Up

Guarder Kit Cylinder M14

Guarder Complete Kit SP120

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History:

The M14 was developed at from a long line of experimental weapons based on the M1 Garand. Although the Garand was among the most advanced rifles of the 1940s, he was not a perfect weapon. Modifications began to design the basic design of the base M1 rifle during the twilight of WWII. The changes included the addition of a fully automatic firing capability and the replacement of the loading of 8 rounds "en bloc" with a detachable magazine containing 20 rounds. Winchester, Remington, and the Springfield Armory owned by John C. Garand offered different designs. The Garand's design, the T20, was the most popular, and the T20 prototypes served as the basis for a number of Springfield test rifles from 1945 through the early 1950s.

Modifications began to design the basic design of the base M1 rifle during the twilight of WWII. The changes included the addition of a fully automatic firing capability and the replacement of the loading of 8 rounds "en bloc" with a detachable magazine containing 20 rounds. Winchester, Remington, and the Springfield Armory owned by John C. Garand offered different designs. The Garand's design, the T20, was the most popular, and the T20 prototypes served as the basis for a number of Springfield test rifles from 1945 through the early 1950s.

Modifications began to design the basic design of the base M1 rifle during the twilight of WWII. The changes included the addition of a fully automatic firing capability and the replacement of the loading of 8 rounds "en bloc" with a detachable magazine containing 20 rounds. Winchester, Remington, and the Springfield Armory owned by John C. Garand offered different designs. The Garand's design, the T20, was the most popular, and the T20 prototypes served as the basis for a number of Springfield test rifles from 1945 through the early 1950s.

a fully automatic firing capacity and the replacement of the loading of 8 cartridges "en bloc" by a detachable magazine containing 20 cartridges. Winchester, Remington, and the Springfield Armory owned by John C. Garand offered different designs. The Garand's design, the T20, was the most popular, and the T20 prototypes served as the basis for a number of Springfield test rifles from 1945 through the early 1950s.

a fully automatic firing capacity and the replacement of the loading of 8 cartridges "en bloc" by a detachable magazine containing 20 cartridges. Winchester, Remington, and the Springfield Armory owned by John C. Garand offered different designs. The Garand's design, the T20, was the most popular, and the T20 prototypes served as the basis for a number of Springfield test rifles from 1945 through the early 1950s.

General

  • Brand CYMA
  • Reference PA-RE-CMCM032W

Features

  • Marque CYMA
  • Fabricant Cyma
  • Matières Plastique et métal
  • Couleur Bois
  • Capacité du chargeur Hi-Cap (>200 billes)
  • Systeme de propulsion Electrique
  • Mode de tir Automatique (coup par coup ou rafale)
  • Puissance de 1.1 à 2 joule
  • Projectile 0.20 gr
  • Longueur
  • Poids (g)
  • Type de sport Airsoft
  • Numéro de pièce fabricant Non applicable

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