Zero, how does the G&G M14 compare to the TM M14. I have a TM spec one (G&P) and upgrading the hopup is a little weird. Any advice to make this perform as accurate as possible?I've had two G&G M14's so far. The typical unit with the wood stock and the EBR-L which were both essentially the same rifle with a different stock. The sweet spot for an M14 like these is 400-415fps using .3's. I shot thousands and thousands of rounds with that set up and it was an extremely accurate rifle.
Now, the M14 is a version 7 box and the hop up is a little strange. One thing to keep in mind is that because of G&G's goofy trigger system you have to compensate for that as the shooter but aside from that, even with the stock barrel length of 509mm, it was an amazing platform.
Because of it's substantial weight, firing an M14 off of a bipod is the way to go and it will be rock steady. No weird vibrations, kick, or anything. If you go with an EBR-L, the scope mounts solidly and can be extremely precise. The best scope combo by far for this rifle was the 3-9x40. Even on full auto, the rifle was ridiculously accurate.
Now, bear in mind that in both cases they were heavily modified from stock. R hops, mosfets, the whole bit. The wood stock M14 fired at 410, the EBR-L at 415.