The CM032 M14 is the clone that you've been waiting for. It has it all; looks, performance, reliability and compatibility. The look and feel of the CM032 is is solid, much like the Tokyo Marui and G&G M14. The internals have been completely re-engineered and cleaned up, making it totally compatible with after market upgrade and replacement parts like Systema and Prometheus. The UTG and AGM M14 don't even come close to competing with the CM032 in the way off engineering, performance, and compatibility with parts. The stock is large enough to house a large 8.4v battery so you can play all day without stopping to recharge. The CM032 is without a doubt the BEST airsoft M14 on the market for your money.
Muzzle Velocity: 330-360FPS
Magazine Capacity: 400+ (high capacity)
Package Includes: Gun, battery, charger, high capacity magazine, manual, and sling.
Long inner and outer barrel
Durable metal and polymer construction
Adjustable iron sights
- Disregard the manual in regards to charging the battery. The battery for this gun should be charged 6 hours the
first time and 4 hours subsequent times. Make sure to check the battery every hour to insure it is not too hot.
Airsoft GI Battery Disclaimer:
Airsoft GI is not responsible for batteries that have been damaged as a result of improper operation, storage, misuse or abuse, accident or neglect, such as physical damage resulting from misuse; contact with liquid, water, rain, extreme humidity or heavy perspiration, sand, dirt or the like, extreme heat, or food; use of the battery for commercial purposes or subjecting the battery to abnormal usage conditions, or other acts which are not the fault of Airsoft GI. Make sure you understand how your battery should be used and how long it should be charged. If you have any doubt regarding the operation, charging, or storage of your battery and/or charger, ask. A charging battery should not be left unattended and should be picked up periodically while charging to check for overheating. Do not charge batteries near flammable material. For more information regarding batteries please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions or the Airsoft GI Airsoft 101 Guide.