M160-A2 M14 Sniper Spring Airsoft Rifle Combo Short ver. airsoft gun
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- caliber: 6mm
- velocity: 300.00 ft/sec
- Warranty: 30 Day Limited Warranty
- with aim sight & flash light
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A heavy-duty gun with excellent performance at a low price. Includes a tactical rail system on the top and front sides for accessories. Fires at an amazing 360-380 FPS with .12g BBs and 280-300 FPS with .20g BBs. We recommend using .20g BBs for best accuracy. This is a spring gun and has to be cocked for each shot. It's fast, clean, inexpensive and easily maintained. Requires no gas or batteries.... Features: - 37-round magazine - Removable tactical rail system - Functional safety unit - Adjustable Hop Up - Adjustable rear sight... M116 spring rifle with tactical aim sight & flash light (Short Version of TSD Sports M14 Spring Sniper Rifle) 50-yd effective range Spring-powered Must be cocked for each shot Length: 36 inches Weight: 6.8bs...
A 1:1 scale replica of an M14 rifle, the heavy-duty M160-A2 airsoft gun is remarkably authentic. The rifle fires round 6mm plastic pellets known as BBs, which are propelled out of the gun via a spring mechanism. The advantage of the airsoft rifle, however, is that players can safely train, simulate, or play with the gun without fearing serious injury. The M14 looks, feels, weighs, and functions just like a real firearm, but is built for casual recreation rather than weaponized use. In fact, the only way you can typically tell a real-steel firearm from an airsoft gun is the blazing orange tip and the BBs that fire when you pull the trigger. The rifle also offers such features as a tactical rail system on the top and front sides for accessories, a 37-round magazine, and a tactical aim and flashlight.
- Velocity: 360 to 380 fps (0.12-gram BBs) or 280 to 300 fps (0.2-gram BBs)
- Magazine: 37 rounds
- Effective range: 50 yards
- Spring powered (no batteries required)
- Removable tactical rail system
- Adjustable rear sight
- Functional safety unit
- Adjustable hop up
- Tactical aim sight
- Length: 36 inches
- Weight: 6.8 pounds
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DESIGN: The design, as I said before, looks sick. Not much else to say about this; I guess the only thing might be that if you were thinking of putting a foregrip on (for whatever reason), don't. The RIS on the bottom is too far away to put a handgrip on and use it comfortably. Maybe if it was one of those bipod foregrips, it might work.
ACCESSORIES: Sorry if I'm doing the less important things first, but those are the things I think of first, mainly because they have the most "problems." The RIS, unlike all other reviews say, CAN block the iron sights, but with the little adjustable distance knob, you can move the back sight up higher above the RIS and if you turned hop up all the way off, it can compensate for the slight angle. Even so, the iron sights are MUCH better (in MY opinion) than the red dot sight. Speaking of which, the red dot sight isn't really a true RDS; it's just a little t-shaped laser pointer pointing at this piece of plastic from inside the gun. It makes more sense once you see it, but, yeah, it's pretty bad; stick with iron sights. The flashlight is quite nice considering. There's definitely much nicer ones (by far), but, for what it's worth (<$1), it's quite nice. (If you end up buying this, you'll find that putting the batteries in is confusing. you have to unscrew the RIS adapter, which is four screws, and under that is the compartment. The flashlight takes three batteries, the red dot takes two.) The strap is quite useless. Yeah, I guess if you wanted to bring it hiking, it might be useful. I won't explain how to put it on, 'cause that would be impossible to do in text. the rear strap mount is immobile, which is annoying because it can prod you in the side, and the front one is really irritating because it rattles so much. The safety glasses suck. The free 100 BBs aren't all that bad; they're just BBs. Oh yeah, just use .2g BBs cause there's no reason to buy .12g just because they are faster.
SHOOTING: Shooting the gun is great. I'm a lefty; I don't know how much that affects cocking, but I find it entertaining. I've seen video reviews that show the guy cocking the gun with his pinky. What a joke. It's neither the hardest nor easiest thing to do, but... yeah, it's good. Accuracy... well, that depends. If you have a bipod, it will help a lot, but that means you have to be prone or have it against something. The reason it's hard to define it's acuracy is because IT'S SO HEAVY. Your arm is extremely likely to get tired, which will decrease accuracy. It's unusually awkward to set on your knee. But, overall, the accuracy is nothing to worry about. The rear iron sight is a bit annoying and confusing to adjust, and at first glance, the hole looks TINYYYyyy... but it works. Hop up definitely works, even though 1/3 of the "winding" doen't adjust it at all (it's not a problem). I don't know the FPS, but I can shoot through (both sides of) the box the rifle came in from 40 feet away. Not always, but it's possible.
RELOADING/MAGAZINE: The magazine could be improved. It's much heavier than it could be. Unless you have multiple magazines, reloading takes quite a while. Well, I take that back. If you're not worried about losing 2 BBs each time you use the speedloader, then it is quite fast. Additionally, you lose two more BBs when taking the mag out of the gun because the spring (in the mag) isn't long enough. So, for a fast reload, you lose 4 BBs. Oh well.
OVERALL: If you're looking for a spring rifle, not a sniper nor an AEG, than this one is the one to get. The accessories are mostly for show and, other than the flashlight, they are pretty dumb. Great accuracy, Great FPS (just my opinion, have no way to test), and fun to use. Only true complaint: too heavy. So, bottom line, it's great.
-Very nice weight (heavier guns always seem better to me)
-Decent mag cap
-Comes with some (cheap) goodies
-Easy to use and maintain
-Mag is tough to use at first
-Cocking is hard
-Hard to mount standard scopes and other optics, while getting the best possible view
Basically, if you're looking for a affordable, decent performing sniper rifle, or are just getting into the sport of airsoft, this is a very nice rifle, for a very good price.