- CYMA M14 Wood Color
- Full metal construction
- 370 FPS
- 1125 mm length
- 550 mm barrel
- Reinforced Version 7 gearbox
The full metal CYMA M14 is one of the best M14 AEG on the market. It can keep up with the best of the big guys at only a fraction of the cost. With a muzzle velocity around 370 FPS from a reinforced full metal gearbox, this CYMA M14 is ready to rock and roll. With a full metal precision-crafted barrel and its full metal gearbox, the CYMA M14 shoots at an extremely high FPS without compromising its sniper-accuracy, even in full automatic shooting mode. The gun is not the heaviest M14 out there, due to the body being constructed out of ABS plastic with beautifull wood grain immitation. The CYMA M14 is one of the very best AEGs that we've ever had the pleasure of handling, and it's no wonder it's a fan-favorite in the Airsoft community. Players all over the world have praised CYMA for upping their game in manufacturing truly top-class AEGs, and the M14 delivers in every way imaginable.
The model utilizes a Version 7 upgraded gearbox. For this year's enhanced production run model, build material on the internals and hop-up assembly have been improved to provide a smoother power delivery, making for more powerful shots from this already-excellent M14 AEG while bettering component durability. The motor has been swapped for CYMA's newest ultra high-torque motor for an extremely high ROF never before seen on an M14, making this one of the BEST M14s on the market, bar none. With a fully charged battery, the CYMA M14 is able to fire at over 830 rounds per minute at close to 400 FPS, a feat that is simply amazing! The package includes a metal High Capacity magazine that holds 470 BBs.
The package includes the M14, its magazine, batery and charger.
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.
The M14 rifle was the last American "battle rifle" (weapons that fire full-power rifle ammunition, such as the 7.62?51mm) issued in quantity to U.S. military personnel. The M14 serves as the basis for the M21 and M25 sniper rifles. In 1969, tooling for the M14 was sold to Taiwan and later many rifles were exported to Balkan countries and Israel.