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Will the tm design m14 hopup provide enough of an increase in accuracy over the Aug style hopup of the G&G that it will make up for the less than steller design of the old ver 7 gearbox?
 

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This is an unnecessary thread, there are more than enough posts regarding this topic. Read around first.

You're paying more for the externals of the rifles than you are for the internals. The G&G will have a higher build quality than the Cyma. My Experience with the Cyma is mixed, stock it shot very well. I took it apart and then parts started to break, namely the barrel lug as well as the gearbox notch on the top of the receiver.

G&G might have less barrel wobble but its really up to how much time you spend on either replica.

Also something you should be aware of is that no airsoft replica is the same as the next. A G&G M14 production line will produce 1 perfectly built replica and then 1 badly built replica. This goes for Cyma and every other company as well as after-market parts.
There really is no way to point a finger at the better one after after-market parts have been installed.

Also:

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=G%26G+M14+or+CYMA+M14
 

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lmgtfy.com
 

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I realize what google is and I have read many of those forum topics. I did realize the G&G has higher build qaulity. I Guess what I meant to say is that is the better design of the tm based hopup going to make a big enough issue is the accuracy? The origanal topic will be updated.
 

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I've had the G&G veteran. It was solid as a rock and performed amazing out of the box. It was an excellent rifle, but very expensive finnicky mags. If I ever did get an m14 again it would not be a G&G for that reason.
 
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