G&G M14 Airsoft Electric Sniper Rifle VE
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Manufacturer:Guay Guay G&G Top Tech AEG
- Velocity: 400 fps (0.2 g BB) / Range 190-200 Feet
- Barrel Length: 25 inches / 66 cm
- Magazine Capacity: 470 Rounds
- Metal and Wood receiver
- Upgraded Internally (Metal Gear Box, Steel Gears, 6.035mm Precision Barrel)
- Upgraded with M130 Spring
- Functional Charging Handle
- Realistic Field Stripping
- Made in Taiwan
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Veteran version of the M14 is combined with metal and wood receiver/stock. It also sports a 470-round hi-cap magazine for ample cover fire for your teammates to advance or retreat. Solid and heavy to hold. Comes with tactical sling attachments for optional 3-point sling. The charging handle is functional and emits a satisfying "clunk" when released. Highly versatile for most mil-sims with its high power spring.
G&G Airsoft AEG Rifle Manual
- Internal Upgrades: Brass Gear Box Bushings, Ball Bearing Spring Guide Rod, 6.035mm Precision Inner Barrel, 520 mm Barrel Length, Metal Gear Box, Steel Gears)
-All G&G AEG airsoft rifles are pre-upgraded with precision inner barrel, ONLY USE high precision BBs. Failure to do so will cause jam and possible internal damage resulting in permanent damage and will VOID warranty.
G&G M14 Full Photo Review
DMR Guide Installment 1 By The Crimson Falcon
I'll start by apologizing for the unusually long-winded introduction, but there's some back history between this gun and I, and this review also introduces the first installment of my DMR guide. For those of you who just want to get to the review, please skip the next section of text.
Ever since G&G released their new generation revamped lineup, I have wanted one of their M14's. With all of the hype around the new ACM guns and designs coming out, it is easy to lose sight of some of the more common models. The M14 buzz of last year has largely died out, with the Kart, AGM, CYMA, Classic Army, and of course the new model G&G M14's out, the M14 isn't as much of an uncommon gun as it used to be. Only a few years ago, the TM was pretty much it, and the old model G&G M14's had some issues. Now, there are so many out, and so many new types of guns coming out (SCAR, HK416, etc) that even I had temporarily lost sight of my love for the venerable M14 (horrors and blasphemy!).
I recently rediscovered my appreciation for the M14 after responding to some of the â€œWhich am teh best gun for DMRâ€ questions sent in by my readers and viewers. I decided to do a DMR guide, which will showcase some of the best long-range stock (or lightly modified) AEG's. The M14 has survived for decades as one of the most popular DMR's, and with good reason. Although it is hard to control (in real life, that is) in fully automatic mode, on single shot it is deadly accurate, and its 7.62MM NATO round has great stopping power for one shot stops. In airsoft, its long barrel gives it great accuracy potential. Add in its sleek, organic lines, the undisputed sensual elegance of a wood stock, and gentle curves, and
|FPS Range||FPS 301-400|
|Manufacturers||Guay Guay G&G Top Tech AEG|
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