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CYMA 030 Electric Airsoft Pistol Semi/Full Auto AEP 300 fps Metal Gear Box


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CYMA 030 Electric Airsoft Pistol Semi/Full Auto AEP 300 fps Metal Gear Box

Cyma 030 Electric Airsoft Pistol Semi/Full Auto AEP 300 fps Metal Gear Box

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  1. Itsuko says:
    83 of 83 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Best $50 electric gun EVER!, May 20, 2009
    By 
    Itsuko

    This review is from: CYMA 030 Electric Airsoft Pistol Semi/Full Auto AEP 300 fps Metal Gear Box (Sports)

    Against Mid- to high-grade rifles, this gun makes a fine sidearm. Compared to guns that you might buy at Dick’s Sporting Goods at similar prices, however, this is a beast. If you don’t want a long review, skip ahead now. Don’t say I din;t warn you.
    Structure
    I purchased my g18c for about $50 plus 1 $20 cyma-brand high-cap. The gun itself looked and felt like a million bucks- it was heavy for the pistol weight I was used to, but this in no way hampered my use of it, one- or two-handed. The main body of the gun was made of solid plastic which felt perfectly solid and comfortable to grip. If it was dropped from four feet onto concrete, it would probably have a big scratch, but not have any serious damage (don’t test me on that XD). If it was dropped onto soil, I wouldn’t imagine it being damaged at all. The upper barrel and trigger were metal, which weren’t particularly shiny, so they blended in with the rest of the gun quite well. To remove to upper barrel, there was a little button on the back of the pistol where the hammer would be on a different model pistol. Pushing it would release the upper barrel, revealing the slot for the battery. Unfortunately, the battery is shaped much differently from the average battery, you there isn’t much you can do for it along the lines of upgrading or smart chargers. To remove the battery once inserted, there was a level to the side which you could press to eject the battery. I would use a little care when doing this, however, as I once ejected it too harshly, breaking the top of the battery off, which was a pain to deal with. In addition, you should be careful not to charge the battery more than two hours per charge, aside from the very first charge. I overcharged mine constantly, causing the battery life to dwindle down to a few days, even when it wasn’t being used. The magazine was perfect- it holds about 29 BBs, is made of metal, therefore weighing about one-third of what the gun weighs, and has NO PROBLEMS. No fractures, no over-powerful springs, nada. The plastic high-cap, however, isn’t as reliable. At first, mine worked okay. But it didn’t take long before I couldn’t load more than about 30 BB before the spring would shoot them straight out of the magazine as soon as I removed my speed loader from the cap. Thinking it was just a chance defect, I ordered another, only to find it had the same problem. I even removed one of the two connected springs in the magazine, but that still didn’t help. Overall, I would not recommend buying the Cyma-brand high-cap magazine.

    Performance (what you actually care about)
    The fps using high-grade .2g BBs (you should only use high-grade BBs in this, in case you didn’t know) is about 220-250. The ROF for this is spectacular compared to other guns of the same price, being between around 11rps by my estimates, beating even the $100 Pulse R72 that my friends use, as well as perhaps my $125 CM030a M14 Socom. The downside of this is that it burns through a 28-round magazine like wild fire. Soon after buying and using this gun, you learn to keep it on semi-auto and only use full auto when you have a perfect shot. As far as range goes, once the hop-up is dial correctly, I’d say you could get a hit on a man-sized target in one shot at about 80 feet every time. It still works well at 90-110 feet on semi auto, and can go another 20 or so feet on full auto (though that isn’t recommended, as stated above). Like any pistol, it doesn’t have a stock, so it’s less stable when being fired than a rifle, but is much smaller, letting it excel in close quarters.
    This means that, compared to other $50 LPEGs like Double Eagle’s M85, its effective range is a force to be reckoned with. Against higher quality guns on the lower spectrum of effective ranger, it will still get you as close as you need to be to get a hit. Compared to the average higher-quality gun, such as an M4 clone, however, the range doesn’t quite cut it, especially if you’re using full-auto (my field has restrictions on auto using more powerful guns, so I didn’t have to worry about that), so this is best used as a sidearm, especially if you’re a sniper. The areas where the CYMA G18C trumps an M4 clone, on the other hand, are CQB, and, of course, price. As stated above, this pistol was really designed for close quarters battles, where its high ROF and compactness give it an edge over even the best AEG.

    Final Comments and Pros/Cons
    I’ve had this gun for about 8 months, put more rounds through it than I care to count, and the only flaw it has so far is that it double-fires about half of the time (that problem didn’t arise for a while; by then I had a new gun). When it does misfire, one BB goes about three-fifths as far as it should, while the other goes about two-fifths as far as it should, making it a blessing in disguise for close quarters, but not so much at long ranges. Besides that, the gun and standard metal magazine still work and look like…

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  2. metal worker says:
    13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    exceeds expectations, January 10, 2011
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    This review is from: CYMA 030 Electric Airsoft Pistol Semi/Full Auto AEP 300 fps Metal Gear Box (Sports)

    this gun is very very well built shoots hard as anything and the rate of fire is very impressive and the battery needs to be charged for maybe a few hours but will last a very long time more than twice what i expected but be sure to buy extra clips cause you will roll threw them in no time and lastly if u dont load the clip right it will shoot a few and skip and shoot and skip so make sure u have them stacked so there are no spaces between every other bb

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