|CM050A Full Metal AK PMC Blow back AEG Airsoft Gun
CM050 AK47 Folding Stock RIS RAS CQB tactical AK
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The CM050A comes with an automatic blow back bolt that recoils with every shot. The AK features solid construction with a steel receiver, receiver cover, and barrel assembly. Other reinforced metal parts include the selector lever, bolt handle, trigger guard, and magazine catch. The AK also features a unique steel side folding wire stock design and CNC cut rail mount on the Gas Tube plus rail mount on the lower handguard. It also includes a AKM style muzzle brake, adjustable rear sight, and sling attachment points. The CM050A is an excellent airsoft replica of the famous Romanian designed AK and is sure to be popular among collectors; upgrading a Tokyo Marui with similar features could easily cost twice as much as the CM050.
Gearbox: Ver. 3
Accuracy: 120 feet
Muzzle Velocity: 400+ fps
Magazine Capacity: 600 rounds
Package Includes: gun, magazine, battery, charger, manual
Steel Outer Barrel
Steel Folding Wire Stock
Automatic Blowback Bolt
Rail Front End
Scope is not included.
|Muzzle Velocity||400+ fps|
|Material||Steel and ABS Plastic|
|Battery Pack||Stick type|
|Package Includes||airsoft gun magazine manual cleaning rod battery charger|
|Primary Build Material||Metal and ABS Plastic|
|Overall Length Extended||863mm|
|Overall Length Retracted||685mm|
|Gear Box||Ver 3 Metal|
|Cylinder Head Type||Plastic|
|Cylinder Type||Metal Ported|
|Piston Head Type||Plastic|
|Air Nozzle Type||Plastic|
|Tappet Plate Type||Plastic|
|Spring Guide Type||Plastic|
|Gear Set Type||18:1 standard|
|Anti Reverse Latch Type||Metal|
|Motor Type||Standard Short|
|Hop Up Type||Plastic|
|Inner Barrel Length||455mm|
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|   2013-11-22 18:41:19|
This gun is pretty good, I have had a few guns (not any high end ones) and this one was probably the best. The fps out of the box is around what asgi says, I don't own a chrono so I never tested it. I originally bought it in 2012 on Hitguns.com, they had the lowest price and I'm and airsofter on a budget. I do not airsoft frequently and so there is not too much wear and tear. The front sight did break off when it fell against my floor, though, and the rear sling mount broke off. However, the fps has cooled down to around 370 (it was chronoed when I was at a game) and you can see the bbs. The accuracy and range of this gun are great out of the box, as it wears down the range goes down but the accuracy stays constant. The hop-up on the gun is also great and is really easy to adjust. With my gun I use MAG ak-74 style/ plum mags with this gun, I tried using a drum mag with it, and I tried my buddies G&P mags in it (G&P MAGS will GET STUCK IN the MAG WELL). If you want to know the stock will not fold fully with a drum mag. On mine their was no roof to the mag well, so when putting the mags in there is an open space and a lip that the mag could get caught on. And If you don't know you could break the lip off of the mag, I did with my drum mag. I have had no performance problems with it though, the blowback still works also, and the selector switch comes loose frequently. It is not like most where you take off the cap and tighten the screw, for mine the cap is the screw, and there are no slots for a screw driver, you just have to use either your hand or a wrench. Also the stock wobbles some, I don't care but one of my friends bitches about it all the time.
I guess you might want to know about the cosmetics and internals. I have not opened the gearbox so I cannot tell you anything about it, but it is a cyma version 3 and they are tanks. The externals are mostly metal, except for the hand guard, flash hider, and mag. The rails are nice, their is no room on the side rail though. I am not sure what else to tell you. Out of the box it can compete with higher end guns, with proper maintenance it could stay competitive.
Overall I am very satisfied with this gun and would recommend it to anyone. I'm giving it a five because, for your money you can get everything you want out of it.
Great out of the box, and good at holding up over time
The hop-up is shockingly good.
nice range and accuracy
Rails for customization
Takes MAG mags, for other airsofters on a budget.
Front sight broke of in a fall
G&P mags get stuck in the mag well, and the stock does not fully fold with a drum mag in. (NO tommy guning it)
Selector switch is different
rear sling mount broke
|   2013-07-10 03:44:44|
I've had the gun for some time now and fielded it stock at an FPS of 397 with .20 gram BBs. I haven't handled the gun with kid gloves so I've found a few problems in build quality that makes me slightly more hesitant. The receiver and stock is all steel, which is a huge plus personally, but the steel ends there. The front sight, gas block and sight block are all pot metal. Attaching a more modern flashhider required me to cut a piece of the muzzle off thanks to the the liberal use of glue required to make the orange tip 'permanent'. Perhaps with more patience I might have found another way but I only had hand tools. The gas block itself has already sheared in half after accidental force was applied to the cleaning rod, which also fell out on the field. I am currently looking to get them replaced with real steel Romanian AK parts and the broken parts are held in place with superglue. Luckily, it's invisible except on close inspection. Until that part gets replaced, I would not trust the bayonet lug with a GP-25 or 30. As a random note, the M9 rubber bayonet does not fit the AK style bayonet lug. The sling point is another concern. Compared to the rest of the gun, it is very flimsy and while it hasn't failed, it has warped with the weight of the gun on a 1pt sling system. The folding stock is not perfectly consistent and occasionally folds on the fire selector switch when the gun is in semi-automatic. This was easily fixed with cutting the finger plate of the lever slightly so the stock would not get damaged. The issue was maybe half an inch of metal but at the cut portion, rust has already appeared. The pistol grip is a VERY specific design and most pistol grips for AKs do NOT work on this gun. I attempted to swap out the grip for a JG grooved finger grip but there was no chance of it fitting. Same with a SAW pattern grip in store, even after professional adjustments to the grip itself. Due to the receiver's design, loading a magazine into the gun is more difficult than with Marui style gun. The magazine well isn't as forgiving and does take more practice to become proficient. I've noticed there is a pin holding the receiver and the barrel assembly together that moves its way out. A punch or hammer tapped screwdriver will push it right back into place.
But in game, the Cyma was outperforming most other guns on the field in terms of range and power. Accuracy and grouping left something to be desired but the barrel is still stock so that is to be expected. Due to the gun firing exactly 397 and field limits at 400, I was advised against a tighter barrel or risk having to downgrade the spring. I currently use .25 BBs but am going to start testing with heavier because the hopup is maybe on a quarter, if that, to maximize range and consistency and I am confident the gun can handle heavier.
Even with the quality problems of the pot metal and the annoyingly specific parts here or there on the gun, I would fully recommend this gun to any mid-level player looking to step up to a modernized AK platform and willing to put some TLC into it and fix some manufacturing defects.
Major pro over all other AK platforms: Folding the stock does not get in the way of adding a claw mount over the receiver cover for additional optics
Simple to fold stock
Power just shy of local field limits (397fps w/ .20)
Adequate rail space for optics, foregrip, light/laser and bipod
Stock does not get in the way of full face masks
Unique sounding blowback system
Pot metal gas and sight block
Flimsy sling attachment point at base of stock
Slight manufacturing defect in folding stock and fire selection lever lining up
Unique pistol grip attachment point
Cleaning rod not secure
Loading requires proficiency with the AK platform (only a con to the inexperienced)
Receiver body pin jiggles out from use
|   2013-04-11 23:16:20|
T. ACUNA verified buyer
I bought the airsoft gun for my PMC/Mercenary loadout. It's very solid well made, I finally shot it and used it to some extent just performing tactical maneuvers and I was very impressed. I bought a mini foregrip and a red dot scope for it, to customize the gun. I haven't used it in a skirmish or game yet. But when I do I'll write another review.
Great fps, shoots very far and very straight after adjusting the hopup which was quick and easy
The foregrip and red dot scope help me to stabilize and acquire targets easier which for me is awesome!!!
The only con I've ended up having is that the stock battery that comes with it is very week. I charged the battery one day then used the gun the next day and within about an hour or so the battery died.
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|This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 27 August, 2009.
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