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Just stumled on this rifle while checking some stuff on taiwangun: CM.700 - Olive Drab [CM] - TaiwanGun.com

What do you think which system is it? Kinda looks nice and it comes with 500 fps stock. :yup:
 
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From I see the mag, I think it had same design like S&T. But just hope it will have something better xD
 

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I'd really like to see someone opening that thing and doing review on it, considering it comes stock with 500 fps and if it has half decent trigger , one could leave power and trigger upgrades for last
 

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Oh my...And I was on the hunt for a new BASR.

Now I really hope for this to be full VSR compatible but I fear that its not...
 

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Just got it, and tried it.
It's not VSR compatible, as far as I can tell.
I've yet to take apart the hopup unit, cylinder and trigger box.
I'll take a look at the piston tomorrow, and maybe the rest.

But it's a 90 degree trigger system, metal trigger box, steel(Magnetic) spring guide stopper and steel(Magnetic) piston sear.

Edit: The piston and spring guide(Not the stopper) are the standard yellow/white plastic.

It's winter... And it was too dark to tell how the bb's flew...
I could hit a 4" pole about 80-90 feet away, by using the rail to aim(Didn't have a scope at hand).
But I couldn't see the bb, so it was only by sound.

I measured it at about 2.4-2.5J using 0.28g bb's(Converted to 518fps/157ms with 0.2g).

The body feels heavy and sturdy, compared to a VSR/BAR-10.
 

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Hello, I´m from spain, i have the new cyma and the s&t m40a3 and the are the same gun, no diferences. I have compare with my others snipers and I can say that the piston, piston head and cilinder are not compatible with the VSR.
PD: sorry about my bad english
 

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First batch:

The two body screws:


The bottom of the body, with a useless latch:


The top of the body, over the trigger guard and the useless latch...


The top of the magwall:


The bottom of the body with the useless latch closed...


The receiver assembled, and the spring guide stopper pulled out(Halfway):


The spring guide stopper hanging on to a magnet... So not potmetal. :tup:


The left side of the receiver:


The bolt/cylinder taken out:


The cylinder head:


More of the same:


All alone:


Here's the piston and spring guide:


A magnetic washer on the spring guide:


And the base is magnetic too:


A spring guide... How exciting!


And the front of the piston:


90 degrees of goodness:


Empty:


Pistons side by side... That's from airsoftpro, if you couldn't tell.


And look it fits :shot: That said, the piston is slimmer than a stock VSR piston:


And it holds air:


And now it doesn't:


The cylinder levitating magically:


So far so good.
 

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First batch:

The two body screws:


The bottom of the body, with a useless latch:


The top of the body, over the trigger guard and the useless latch...


The top of the magwall:


The bottom of the body with the useless latch closed...


The receiver assembled, and the spring guide stopper pulled out(Halfway):


The spring guide stopper hanging on to a magnet... So not potmetal. :tup:


The left side of the receiver:


The bolt/cylinder taken out:


The cylinder head:


More of the same:


All alone:


Here's the piston and spring guide:


A magnetic washer on the spring guide:


And the base is magnetic too:


A spring guide... How exciting!


And the front of the piston:


90 degrees of goodness:


Empty:


Pistons side by side... That's from airsoftpro, if you couldn't tell.


And look it fits :shot: That said, the piston is slimmer than a stock VSR piston:


And it holds air:


And now it doesn't:


The cylinder levitating magically:


So far so good.
Great, where did you buy the airsoftpro piston and wich is the esact model?
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Guys! Please tell me 4 things:


Length, inner diameter of the cylinder (I believe, it's ~22mm, right?), length, diameter of the nozzle :).
 

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Guys! Please tell me 4 things:


Length, inner diameter of the cylinder (I believe, it's ~22mm, right?), length, diameter of the nozzle :).
If this means that you think you already have SDIKs compatible with it or that you will make them I'll gladly buy and send the measurements and even the entire rifle if necessary.:lmao:
 

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Guys! Please tell me 4 things: Length, inner diameter of the cylinder (I believe, it's ~22mm, right?), length, diameter of the nozzle :).
Nozzle diameter: 6mm.
Nozzle length 19.14mm
Cylinder threads fit my VSR SDiK(Early version).
Cylinder length is about 248mm(VSR is 230mm on the outside).
Cylinder inner diameter: About 22mm and I could fit my VSR SDiK.

But due the the extra length, I can't use my current SDiK.
 

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Thank you BuMS :).

248mm inside? like marked on that photo? If so, it will be the longest cylinder ever I think :D L96 one have ~232mm. Can you put photo with measurment here? Do You maybe have caliper to measure it bit more precision?

VietcongTroll, we will be able to make them :). We will be also able to put upgrade parts (cylinder head and brass pin) for VSR to upgrade to that CM700 standard :).
 
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