G&G Combat Machine CM16 Predator Keymod M4 Carbine AEG Airsoft Rifle (Black)[R08C00][21168 / EGC-16P-PTR-BNB-NCM]
Prey on your foes with G&G's latest airsoft gun, the Combat Machine CM16 Predator. This G&G CM 16 Predator airsoft gun incorporates G&G's latest internals, providing you the best setup on a limited budget. The body of the airsoft gun is made of lightweight polymer for a durable build that's easy to carry during maneuvers. Another great feature of this airsoft gun is its left-hand friendly capability. It comes with an ambidextrous charging handle, rear sling mount and magazine release. That makes it an even greater value, because lefties as well as righties on your team can use it.The ergonomic six-position crane stock holds the battery compartment and has a new-design rubber pad for extra comfort when you shoulder the airsoft gun. Additionally, the Predator features a CNC hard-anodized rail system for an aggressive and unique appearance. You will stand out on the field when you carry this bad boy. The CM16 has an installed, pre-programmed MOSFET chip that's able to stop batteries such as a Li-Po from over-discharging and becoming damaged. That translates into further savings, because you won't be plunking down extra cash for replacement batteries. The MOSFET is also programmable to shoot from full auto to three-round burst. Additionally, G&G has installed an electronic trigger unit that increases response and assists in preventing trigger burns or locks in rapid semi-auto firing. That delivers dependable shooting for the gun even in the fiercest firefights as well as comfort for the shooter. Take a long look at the G&G Combat Machine CM16 Predator KeyMod M4 Carbine AEG Airsoft from Airsoft GI, and you will find you need look no further for a high-quality airsoft gun that fits your needs.
Model: CM16 Predator
Muzzle Velocity: 320-330 FPS
Magazine Capacity: 300rd
Package Includes: Gun, Magazine
- 11.5" Full Metal Predator Keymod Rail
- Ambidextrous Features
- Pre-installed MOSFET & Electronic Trigger Unit
- 90 Day Manufacturer Warranty
- Optic is NOT included.
- Battery and charger are NOT included.
- Manufacturer: G&G
- Muzzle Velocity: 320-330 FPS
- Magazine Capacity: 300rd
- Fire Mode: Safe - Semi - Auto
- Color: Black
- Package Includes: Gun, Magazine
- Stock Type: 6 Position Stock
- Sight: Folding & Adjustable
- Weight Empty: 2380g
- Cylinder Head Type: Plastic
- Cylinder Type: Brass
- Piston Head Type: Plastic
- Spring Guide Type: Metal
- Bushing Size: 8mm
- Bushing Type: Brass
- Motor Type: 25000rpm Hi-torque Long axis
- Inner Barrel Length: 260mm
- MOSFET: Yes
- Connector: Small Tamiya
- Warranty: G&G
- Primary Build Material: Polymer
- Gear Box: Version 2
I jist bought this gun from airsoft gi and received it yesterday. I plugged in my fully charged 7.4 lip battery and test fired it and everything was fine. The very next morning I decided to do some further firing tests and I shot maybe about 5 or 6 bb's through it when it just stopped working flat out. Literaly maybe shot about a total of 150 to 200 bb's if that thought it and am already having issues. It decided to just stop firing on full and semi auto.
No key mods for rails
Wobbly inner barrel
Broke internaly in under 24 hours.
Sounds screechy. Had to do some re shimming.
Overall right now I'm very upset with my purchase right now.
This is my second primary airsoft gun which I purchased to be used mostly in CQB, Overall the ergonomics are good as the pistol grip is very comfortable and the keymod rail is a good width. Trigger response is much improved with the mosfet and electronic trigger unit. However, there is a bit of a problem with this new system. When using a 1600 mah 9.6V NiMh battery it only lasts for about 10 minutes due to the voltage cutoff feature of the mosfet which is used to protect LiPo batteries. This becomes further problematic when you try to semi-auto fire as fast as you can. I called G&G tech support directly on the issue and they are aware of it and are supposedly working on a drop in replacement to eliminate the issue. They did not give me a timeline when that will go on the market. Kind of a bummer, because now I am forced to purchase 11.1V LiPo batteries to get a longer run time (which I just got today), but I do get increased response and rate of fire.
The stock I find to be of good quality out of the box, however the battery compartment is a bit confined. The stock perfectly fits a Tenergy 1600 mah 9.6V nunchuck thus preventing the battery from moving around during play Unfortunately due to the mosfet unit you are forced to run a LiPo so be careful what you choose for size. I run a Tenergy 11.1V 1000mah stick which only fits the buffer tube when the stock is fully extended. The side tubes do not like this size LiPo.
I did find rail segments that work with this keymod rail. They are the BCM segments, and I chose the polycarbonate ones due to cost. These work just fine and hold securely to the keymod rail. The stock magazine is good as well and I found it fed the bb's adequately. The magazine is comfortable and easy to take out in a pinch especially with the ambidextrous mag release.
Range is good for this CQB gun. Hop works as a stock G&G should, and allows for average accuracy for an airsoft gun of this intermediate caliber.
Overall I do like this gun and I feel I made a decent purchase. Just wish I knew of the mosfet voltage cutoff issue which limits the batteries I can use effectively. I will be running this in a CQB game soon so the true test is yet to come.
Lightweight aluminum keymod rail
Aggressive look (hence the name predator)
Good trigger response
Reliable and proven gearbox
Durable polymer body
Tight battery compartment in stock
Mosfet unit voltage cutoff issue
Need to strictly use 11.1V batteries to get adequate performance.
If you like the looks of this gun, go for it. But just understand that it could use some upgrades out of the box. Specifically the inner barrel, which is made of zinc, should be replaced with a stainless steel barrel. Also try to upgrade the motor, as the stock one, while good, is a bit weak for the mosfet. Other than that, the guns great!
Dont ever change the bucking, G&G greens are fantastic!
Will a NIMH nunchuck fit? Will a 7.4 stick or butterfly fit?
1116 days ago
(I have this same question)
Both should be compatible in the stock of this airsoft gun. Most players prefer using a 7.4v stick lipo battery.
575 days ago
How do you know what type of threads for this gun
Threads for this gun
1441 days ago
(I have this same question)
Most AEG's have 14mm counter clockwise threading.
1438 days ago
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