CYMA CM032EBR M14 EBR Sniper AEG Airsoft Rifle (Choose an Option)[P09A00][33208 / LT-732EBR-B-LT-732EBR-S]
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
Color: Pick a color
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Battery, Charger
Warranty Length: 45 Days
Warranty Handler: Airsoft GI (Warranty Policy)
- Full metal construction
- Adjustable crane stock
- Full metal RIS
- Intimidating design
- 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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- Manufacturer: CYMA
- Muzzle Velocity: 330-350 FPS
- Magazine Capacity: 400 Rounds
- Fire Mode: Safe, Semi, Auto
- Color: Black
- Material: Metal/Polymer
- Battery Pack: included
- Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Battery, Charger
- Stock Type: Crane Stock
- Hop Up Type: M14
- Fuse: Yes
- MOSFET: No
- Connector: Small Tamiya
- Quick Spring Change: No
- Primary Build Material: Metal
- Gear Box: Version 7
- Spring Release: No
This is a very nice gun overall. It is very accurate and reliable.
The gun is definitely eye catching and is also very intimidating
It has great range( So far in fact that I'm often rolling with the bolt-action snipers.0
It is Very good for someone like myself who is looking for something different from the standard M4 or AK.
The internals seem to be very reliable.
The weight of the gun is definitely something that takes some getting used to. ( I highly suggest investing in a sling)
The Flash hider is somewhat difficult to remove. (I had to carefully Dremel it off.)
Nothing else. Overall a very good DMR!
This weapon has surpassed what I was expected by quite a margin, it is a little heavy but it just improves the realism in my mind, well well worth the money
Full rail system
Safety built into trigger guard
Full auto and single fire
Stock wobbles a bit
Quite heavy for a small person
After my SAGE Int./6mmProShop EBR Mod0 broke, I went ahead and ordered this CM032 EBR. Shoot less then 1 magazine(150rd), half the teeth sheared off the spur gear. So why not buy new V7 gears, 130spring, torque motor,etc. Turns out that the spur gear in the stock gearbox is smaller then any of the V7 spur gears I've found so far. The gear exploding is likely a SNAFU so other then the hassle of finding the gears it seems worth the money. I removed the top rail on both my wounded bbEBRs and dropped them onto my real 7.62 SAGE MK14 Mod0 and of the two rails, the SAGE "Licensed" airsoft component was a drop in so IMHO the licensed rifle is of better fit&finish. If you plan on minor upgrades I'd buy which ever rifle has the stock you prefer.
Its an MK14 EBR, These guns are highly sought after in Iraq/Ganistan
Hacksaw/dremmel fixes the orange tip.
You can mount anything and everything on that much rail
I was knocking the dust off people those first 100~150rds. They shot straight and far(.30gBB)
Its an MK14 EBR.
It broke my first game after a proper breakin period
Since you'll wanna try to mount a foregrip-pigtailed to a taclight, bipod, IR laser, scope, and a 45degree offset microred dot youll need a sling(Magpul MS3/4) to go from single/dual sling.
The stock doesnt have adjustable cheek height and it does wobble and make some noise, but you can use some teflon tape and foam inserts and problem solved.