- CYMA AKM (CM036A) Real Wood - Full Metal
- Full metal receiver
- Real wood stock and handguard
- Semi/Full Automatic mode
- Over 400 FPS velocity
- Battery and charger included
- Lenght: 920 mm
- 600 rounds magazine
- 450 mm barrel length
- Adjustable Hop Up
The CYMA CM036A Full Metal/Wood AKM is another great example of CYMA's range of AK style airsoft guns. The CM036 features a wood handguard and stock. The body is sturdily constructed with metal parts including the receiver, receiver cover, barrel assembly, selector lever, trigger assembly, and the magazine catch. The AK has the advantage of a large stock that can hold a large battery pack and a high capacity magazine that can hold up to 600 rounds. The AKM's additional features include sling attachment points on the stock and the handguard. The rear sight is metal and adjustable. On the left side of the receiver there is an AK accessory rail that the user can mount AK style accessories.
With 0.20g BBs, it chronos in hot at over 400 FPS, and is extremely accurate due to its improved tight bore full metal barrel. The barrel itself has been re-designed and re-manufactured to allow for farther shots with greater overall accuracy and power. The all-new V3 reinforced metal gearbox is coupled to an aggressive ultra high-torque motor, allowing this AKM to shoot hard and churn out over 800 rounds per minute with just the stock battery!
The package includes the AKM, its High Capacity magazine, battery and charger.
The AKM (Avtomat Kalashnikova Modernizirovanniy or "Kalashnikov modernized automatic rifle") is a 7.62mm assault rifle designed by Mikhail Kalashnikov. It is an upgraded version of the AK-47 rifle developed in the 1950s.
Introduced into service with the Soviet Army in 1959, the AKM is the most ubiquitous variant of the entire AK series of firearms and it has found widespread use with most member states of the former Warsaw Pact and its many African and Asian allies as well as being widely exported and produced in many other countries. The production of these Soviet rifles was carried out at both the Tula Arms Plant and Izhmash. It was officially replaced in Soviet frontline service by the AK-74 in the late 1970s, but remains in use worldwide.