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Full Metal AGM 614

Posted by Cheyenne Airsoft Tactics Squad on February 22, 2010 at 9:10 PM

 A Review of the Full Metal AGM 614 AEG

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Reply Jesse "Sandman" Hays
10:00 PM on July 24, 2010 
Full Metal AGM 614/416

5/10

Runs standard M4 magazines (Tokyo Marui Mags)

Comes in four different versions
350fps CQB Fixed Stock
350fps CQB Collapsable
400fps Fixed Stock (Review based on this model)
400fps Collapsable stock

This rifle is slightly reliable, but, wasn't very expensive. The reason it has a 5 out of 10 rating from me, is because of the stock, one of the non-metal parts of the gun and the Gearbox was poorly put together. The stock seemed very poorly put together, the battery door opens when you move to fast with it, the top part has begun to split in half and since the battery door opens the battery will fall out and possibly break off as it did with mine (though it's easily put back together). Though the stock is crappy it can fit almost all battery types. The gearbox seemed poorly put together as well the wiring to the motor was poor. First the positive wire head broke, and when investigating it completely snapped when the weight of the motor pulled on it. And the for some reason the Version 2 gearbox had version 3 parts in it, the Spring Guide, Anti-Reversal latch, and the Cut Off Lever. I don't know how they did it but I compared them to version three parts and they seem that they are similiar to Version 3 gearboxes (they were compared to online photos so don't bet your life on it). The tappet plate had broken too it no longer fired on Semi and would not go on safe. The hop up bucking ripped as well. And last when I opened the gearbox there was way to much lube that it was drowning the spur gear not that big a problem.

It uses mp5 type sights, front sight is a filp up and the back sight is rail mounted. Stock battery is a 8.4 1500 MAH Large battery type. comes with a 300 round hi cap (not very reliable). Working Charging bolt which when opened reveals hop up. (Takes a bit to get it opened). And the barrel extender (Which comes with the gun) and Barrel are a 14mm negative thread

Dimensions:
Barrel Length (without extension) is 11 inches /28.1cm/ 280mm
Full Length Stock to Barrel (without extension) is 29 inches/ 73.7 cm/ 780mm
Side and Bottom Rails are 9 inches/ 22.8 cm/ 230mm
Top rail is 15 inches/ 38.1 cm/ 380mm


Pros:
Extremely Accurate ( with red dot and stock sights )
Fires about 375 fps to 385 fps with .25 (around 410 fps to 420 fps with .2)
A lot of rail space
Front flip up sight
Hop up easy to adjust
Field Mantinence = Extremely easy
190$ for the gun (189.99$ if you want to be exact)

Cons:
Crap stock
Stock battery sucks
Front Heavy / Not well Balanced (Suggest a Fore Grip)
Gearbox had Version 3 parts in it even though it should be Version 2
Gearbox Failed after about 5,000 to 10,000 rounds through it

Both Pro and Con:
Heavy weighs about 8 to 10 pounds (Realistic feel but could wear you out)

In all it worked great accurate powerful and easy to use. But, that only lasts as long as the gun does.