Cheyenne Airsoft Tactics Squad



WE-Tech M-4

Posted by Cheyenne Airsoft Tactics Squad on February 22, 2010 at 11:50 PM

A Review of the WE-Tech M-4 GBB Rifle

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Reply S.D. Fornwalt/ Dman
9:18 PM on March 30, 2010 
Weapon: WE-TECH (W.E.T.T.I.-A.W.S.S. M4A1 Licensed Full Metal GBB)
Purchase: (Great Buy)
The information in this review is a compilation of information gathered in both practical use and testing environments. Testing consisted of such things as durability, ease of weapon operation, accuracy, practicality, realism and reliability in a variety of weather related conditions.

Note: All tests conducted with this GBB were done using Green Gas as the propellant.

Result: Pass

After using this Airsoft GBB in both Training and Milsim type games I found it to be the most realistic Airsoft rifle on the market. Going into this sport I was looking for the realism as my style of playing and this GBB was just that. It not only has a good weight to it, it field strips and functions like the real thing (thought I was in the Army again) however I quickly found that I was a severe underdog in Milsim events even hindering my Teammates, because of the need for reloading gas/bb?s so often. I was just no match for the hi-caper on the field. I also began to have a severe problem with the gas mags leaking, which further hindered my abilities on the field.

Realistic/Durable construction (none better)
Field strip and maintenance was easy with some Cons
Hop-up- easy to use
RIS for scope/laser/light
FPS 500+ out of the box or with replacement steel bolts, but can be reduced to play in most events with the c02 bolt and mag conversion
Co2 conversion
Breakdown is easy for cleaning, maintenance, adjustment

Magazine leaks
Internal seals not dependable (easy/cheap to replace)
Un-reliable in colder weather conditions