Home Airsoft Reviews FULL REVIEW-UNBOXING| Cyma CM.520 |”AK to start AIRSOFT”



Hello to the world of aviation. Today we criticize an electric airgun the Cyma CM.520. The set includes: The AK, a magazine, the battery with the charger, a harness and a key. This AK is a low cost airgun so every newcomer will be able to buy their first airsoft airgun.

It is made entirely of plastic except for the outer barrel which is metallic. There are rings on the handle that make the airgun easier to handle. Comes with a complete rail system, and with the classic AK plastic shooting range and 2 bases for harnesses.

It weighs 2.3 kg, its length is 87.5cm Puts in shot by shot and by shot. Security position Pulse position Position shot by shot The magazine release button is close to the trigger, and has an adjustable Hop up located inside the false shutter.

The inner barrel is 45.5cm 6.08km in diameter and throws up to 40fps. Inside the airgun there is a metal Gearbox V.3, type 0 cylinder reinforced piston, M120 spring, metal gears, and plastic spring guide.

You can remove the cover but the battery is stored in the stock. The flame retardant is glued to the shooter, and the cleaning rod is screwed on. The magazine has a large capacity of 525 pellets and is made of ABS plastic.

The battery is NiMH 8.4V 1100mAh with mini tamiya socket, and the charger is 8.4V 300mAh so you need almost 4 hours for full charge. To insert the battery move the back of the butt which offers large storage space.

WHY SHOULD I BUY IT? Because it is just a cheap airgun to start playing airsoft but as we saw it is very accurate in its shots! Thanks for watching. If you liked the video, don’t forget to click Like, it really helps me Comment on your opinion about this airgun or mention something I forgot to say.

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