- AGM M14 Wood Airsoft Rifle
- Metal receiver
- Polymer Wood finish stock
- Metal Scope Mount
- Weight: 3620 gr
- Length: 1130 mm
- Includes the M14, magazine, battery and charger
The AGM M14 is one of the best selection for thos who like these long rifles. It would be ideal for a DMR (Designated Marksmanship Rifle) set up. The model bears a full metal receiver, barrel, sights and sling swivels. The only non-metal part is the plastic stock. The stock replicates a fine grain wood with a beautifull warm brown hue.
The rear sights are adjustable for both elevation and windage, and the front sight is fixed. The fire selector is located on the right side of the rifle, rotating it forward selects full automatic, rotating rearward selects semi automatic, the safety is located in front of the trigger. In addition the AGM M14 comes with a metal scope mount and will allow you to mount almost any rail mounted scope to this rifle. The M14 Rifle also comes with a forward 20mm rail on the under side of the hanguard that can be used to easily attach a bipod and other accessories to the gun. The model bears two sling swivels, that allows the attachment of various slings.
The model utilizes a Version 7 type Gearbox. Bear in mind that it is not 100% Version 7 compatible, but it uses Version 2/3 gear set. The model comes with upgraded internals that can withstand a lot of abuse, even though it just shoots 310 FPS out of the box. The magazine included is made out of metal and carries 280 BBs.
M14 rifle, officially the United States Rifle, 7.62 mm, M14, is an American selective fire automatic rifle that fires 7.62?51mm NATO (.308 Winchester) ammunition. It was the standard issue U.S. rifle from 1959 to 1970. The M14 was used for U.S. Army, Coast Guard and Marine Corps basic and advanced individual training, and was the standard issue infantry rifle for U.S. military personnel in the Contiguous United States, Europe, and South Korea, until it was replaced by the M16 rifle, in 1970. The rifle remains in limited front line service within all branches of the U.S. military. It is also used as a ceremonial weapon by honor guards, color guards, drill teams, ceremonial guards, and the like.