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The Cyma Thompson M1A1 is the only officially licensed Thompson available. The furniture and lower receiver is made from a durable ABS Plastic, the upper receiver and barrel are metal, which gives it a strong and realistic. Since this is the only licensed trademarked Thompson available it is perfect for WWII reenactments.
Model: Thompson M1A1
Muzzle Velocity: 360-390FPS
Magazine Capacity: 420 rounds
Weight: 7 pounds
Package Includes: Gun, magazine, battery, charger, sling/p>
Polymer lower receiver and furniture
Metal upper receiver and barrel
Front and rear sling mounts
High quality metal internals
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|   2013-11-22 13:15:31|
I got this gun six years ago when i first started playing airsoft and it is still going strong. The imitation wood on it looks nice and the metal body gives it some nice weight. The stock has plenty of room for batteries and the high cap mag holds a good amount of bbs. It shoots pretty fast at around 400 fps but the only problem i have with it is the hop up could be better. My Thompson has lasted me years and i highly recommend it to beginners looking for a gun that will last or collectors looking for a beautiful Thompson.
Nice weight, good fps, large mag, lots of battery space, last forever.
The hop up could be better, sometimes the bbs will go down or to the left randomly.
|   2011-03-29 22:15:24|
Anyone looking for a complete overview of this gun, read this carefully. I have owned this gun for several years and used it frequently, I know exactly what I'm talking about.
PERFORMANCE IN COMBAT
All in all, the Thompson is outstanding in every way when it comes to skirmishes. I'm not kidding. This gun can compete with the best of the best, like KWA or tokyo marui. There are several reasons why it does so well:
RANGE: the Thompson outclasses nearly every single gun I've seen in range and accuracy. Most sniper rifles can't even compare to this thing. it is accurate up until around 200 feet, better than the majority of airsoft guns produced. If the skirmishes you do tend to be range wars, you will beat all competitors.
FPS: there are various reports of the Thompson's FPS, so unless you have you own cronograph machine, knowing the exact speed is tricky. After using it for three years, i would put the fps around 375. Thats almost the equivalent of an m120 spring. So, in a skirmish, this gun packs a very powerful punch. I have made people bleed from 50 feet away. rest assured, it HURTS to get shot with this thing.
One problem I have with the gun is that it's almost impossible to take it apart to upgrade it. it's not like an M4, where upgrading is an easy thing. I've never been able to do it. But then again, if your not the type of airsofter who upgrades his guns, maybe this isn't an issue for you. I assume, however, due to the fantastic performance of the gun, that the internals must be extremely decent, packing a steel gearbox and a tightbore barrel. The motor could be slightly better, as one drawback of the gun is a slower rate of fire, around 850 rpm. but considering the range and fps, that isn't a huge concern. And you can always buy a higher powered battery to increase the rpm if you want.
first off, everything that appears metal on this gun is metal. the barrel, the mag, the sights, the sling holders, everything. it's very solid metal, so you won't ever have to worry about it breaking anytime soon. I've dropped it on pavement multiple times and had no issues. The trademarks are very well incorporated into the gun, so if your a collector or something that might be a pro. I personally never cared either way, but they make a nice touch.
The stock, handle, and frontal grip are not actual wood, however, so don't believe any site that tells you they are. They are AVS plastic, and the wood is simulated. Don't worry about that though, it's still extremely durable and realistic. Also as I discovered the externals on the gun are snow proof, so if you happen to live in cold weather places this gun won't have issues with that.
this is one of the best guns cybergun has ever produced. buy it. right now. you could buy a tokyo marui and it wouldn't be as good as this. It's worth the price tag, I gaurantee.
outstanding skirmish performance
good value for price
weighs 7.6 pounds, heavy after a long day in the field
low rate of fire
don't trust the sling that come with the gun
somewhat awkward to hold and shoot
|   2010-11-10 17:32:29|
P. JIANG verified buyer
This Thompson is great for your money. It is accurate, has good internals, and has a great feel when you pick it up. It has some heft, so you aren't carting around a toy. The motor responds great with the 8.6 volt stock battery. The iron sights are difficult to use, and its kind of awkward to shoulder the gun from hip, but its a Thompson. The mag is pretty high cap, but it holds about 350 or so rounds, and its hard to put in and pull out of the mag well. Its probably designed to be a tight fit, but thats a pro. This gun does have some negative features. The flash hider is just asking to be shot, but its not as bad as the WE m14. The fake wood is plastic, but durable. The main problem is the hop-up. it was set wrong when I got it. no matter what I did, it kept curving the BBs upward. I just silicon oiled it, and replaced the hop-up into the correct position, and it worked fine. The battery compartment is big, so the mini 8.6 battery rolls around alittle. you can probably fit a 9.6 nunchuck in there. Great gun
Its a Thompson, that is affordable.
Has medal on it
Large hi-cap mag.
big battery compartment
nice pistol grip
great ROF with the 8.6 volt batteries
hard to change mags
Fire selector and the safety are separate, but thats how it is on a Thompson.
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