"M" w hich chronoes around 300-310 fps all stock. I am guessing the metal version
must be around 300-350 fps. I t looks and feel very real. I t w as also reported that it
w as very difficult to disassemble (maybe because they did not expect the 1 piece hop
up chamber, w hich changes the w ay an M4 is opened, but w hich fortunately is metal).
The Super M or metal M4A1 comes in a plain brown box with a small piece of white paper on the
lower right corner that says "M4A1". Being the most popular carbine in the free world perhaps it
need not say more. It comes with a 8.4v 1100mah NiMH battery which may appear like stock
batteries common in China made aegs but don't be fooled. We were told that this is one heck of a
powerful battery so this battery should cost P1,000 up. The charger has an output of 500ma so
twice the charging speed of traditional ACM chargers.
Who says that the sum of all the parts cannot be greater than the whole? The metal receiver,
metal outer barrel, metal carry handle, metal hop up, and metal mag alone should be worth more
than the retail price of the gun.
With the help of 2 buyers, one of who is familiar with CA, we were unable to open the Super M last night. Well, we actually decided not to force it open. But I just couldn't sleep and at 4AM I woke up and did some "diassembling" and guess what. It just needed some Tender loving Force and I think a dremel and a mallet has just become a standard tool for a gunsmith.
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