The CM032 Full Metal M14 EBR AEG Airsoft Gun is the latest addition to CYMA's already widely known M14 airsoft gun lineup, and they have really stepped up their game with it. Previously, a player would have to spend upwards of $4-500 for a high quality M14 EBR, but those days are no more. The CM032 features a full metal body, along with a fully adjustable crane stock, which is where the nunchuck-style battery is stored. The RIS unit not only gives the EBR an intimidating appearance, but it is also perfect for the addition of accessories like bipods, vertical grips, flashlights, lasers, or cameras. The two-tone exterior serves to add to the gun's aggressive appearance, and gives it a look that is sure to help you stand out from the crowd. Internally, the CM032 EBR features a high quality full metal gearbox that is fully upgradeable, so it is sure to last. Overall, if you're looking for an intimidating new airsoft gun that will not only help you look like you're going to dominate on the field, but will actually help you do so, look no further than the CM032 Full Metal M14 EBR AEG Airsoft Gun.
Model: CM032 EBR
Muzzle Velocity: 330-350 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 400 rounds
Package Includes: Gun, magazine, battery, charger
Full metal construction
Adjustable crane stock
Full metal RIS
- Charging handle is for aesthetic purposes only. Misuse such as dropping the item on the part may cause the charging handle mechanism to break.
- Product does NOT include a Scope or Bipod.
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