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CYMA Thompson M1A1 AEG Airsoft SMG (Black)

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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.

Manufacturer: CYMA
Model: Thompson M1A1
Muzzle Velocity: 360-390 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 420 rds
Color: Black/Wood
Weight: 7 pounds
Length: 32"
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine, Battery, Charger, Sling
Warranty Length: 45 Days
Warranty Handler: Airsoft GI (Warranty Policy)


  • Polymer lower receiver and furniture
  • Metal upper receiver and barrel
  • Front and rear sling mounts
  • High quality metal internals

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Manufacturer: Cybergun
Muzzle Velocity: 420 rounds

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M. SYMMONS | 2014-04-09
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The CYMA Thompson might be a beginner gun, but as an experienced airsoft player, I can say it is a boss gun. I have owned this gun for around 7 years, and it has been the most reliable airsoft gun I have owned. With a full metal upper receiver and decent quality abs lower and very nice imitation wood, the Thompson is durable yet not too heavy. The Thompson has proved its worth to me time and time again as it remains the most accurate and longest range airsoft gun I have shot. Although its trigger response might be slower than other guns, this sub machine gun has out performed my m14, m4 cqb and king arms m4 carbine in range and accuracy. The fps on this weapon is around 380 (using .20 bbs) but I recommend using .25 elite force bbs for maximum accuracy. Other CYMA weapons might not be great, but my Thompson has proved its worth in my airsoft collection!

Pros: Accurate as all heck ( at least mine is)
Great fps for field or indoor use (400 fps limit)
Durable external construction
Durable internal construction (7+ years of gameplay, no maintenance)
large battery space

Cons: slow trigger response
not ergonomic like m4s are
not many upgrade parts avalible
mags are hard to find mag pouches for
B. GEORGE | 2014-11-17
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Bought this back in March of 2008 when it first came out, since I'm a sucker for US WWII guns; since it was a CYMA/Cybergun, I figured I'd use it 'till it broke(which I didn't expect to take long), then use it as a wall decoration. Boy was I wrong.

This gun lasted the longest of any aeg I've ever owned, it gave me a solid 5 years of heavy use and abuse, staying trustworthy and reliable for the entire time. Unfortunately I had to put it to rest(or at least on the self, for now), after it stopped feeding at a game in February of 2013

*Excellently put together(full metal has a great feel, sights and trademarks are authentic)

*Has a realistic rate-of-fire when compared to the real thing

*Very sturdy(not a lot of creaking)

* Extremely accurate for a machine gun, especially a clone.

*Hop-up is responsive

*Battery is stored in the stock(and after you jimmy the foam rectangle padding out of there, you can easily fit a large type/nunchuck battery pack back there)

*Can handle a 9.6v battery with ease

*The magwell and mags connect solidly without feeding issues

*The bulbous flash hider is gross(luckily it can be popped off easily)

*While most of the imitation wood(the stock, and the foregrip) are sturdy and decent on the eyes, the pistolgrip is kinda creeky, and always irked me.
T. SILVERMAN | 2014-11-23
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I got this for Christmas about 3 or 4 years ago so I've had a good amount of play time with this gun. Personally I like the gun, but the gun doesn't like me. Now it sits in my dresser sitting there because its piston that feeds the bb's doesn't go back all the way. This gun does feel very sturdy though, as I've never had any parts fall off or break (except the mag release, that thing's a piece of crap). The mag that comes with it works well but doesn't hold enough ammo to play a full game. (I recommend buying more stick mags DON'T BUY A DRUM MAG THEY'RE COMPLETE CRAP) I've also noticed that when I shoot it o full-auto, it sounds like something inside is shaking, although it might just be the battery such there is so much space in the stock.

1. Heavy/realistic weight
2. Great fps mine shot over 400 out of the box
3. fun to play with
4. pulling back the charging handle and letting it slam back into place is basically music and is the most satisfying things about this gun
5. Iron sights aren't complete shit

1. Not very customizable
2. only comes with one mag, and its not large enough for playing with
3. hop is slightly annoying, easy access, random ass shots every now and then
4. not very good for flanking, as the battery may shake in the compartment and make a lot of noise
what type of motor is in this gun? 0 answers
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Is the magazine included with the gun a replica of a 20 or 30 round real steel mag?
If the above question cannot be answered, here is an alternative. How long is the included magazine?

3585 days ago
Shelby D

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Staff Answer:
It is a replica of the stick magazines used in WWII in terms of dimensions.

3585 days ago
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will this fit the drum mag
will this fit the drum mag

3596 days ago
Bert H

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Staff Answer:
This should be able to fit a Thompson style drum magazine.

3595 days ago
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