The CM18 MOD1 is another example of a high quality, reliable AEG from G&G Armament's Combat Machine Line. The MOD has several features which we feel are improvements over some of the other AEGs in the Combat Machine series. On the MOD 1 G&G has extended the rail system to cover the entire length of the barrel, providing ample space for optics, lasers, flashlights, foregrips, or any other rail mounted accessory that might be desired. This AEG comes standard with front and rear flip up sights, that are fully adjustable and can easily be removed if needed. The body is made of a durable fiberglass reinforced ABS plastic, making the gun lightweight and easy to maneuver with. The crane stock is adjustable to 6 different positions and also houses the battery (sold separately). This AEG is compatible with 8.4v or 9.6v nunchuck style batteries. For best performance, we recommend a 9.6v battery because it will give a quicker trigger response and higher rate of fire. The hop up on this AEG is adjustable and is accessed by pulling back on the charging handle. The gun shoots at approximately 350 FPS with 0.20g BBs out of the box. Lastly, the flash hider on this AEG has external threads, allowing a screw on flash hider QD barrel extension to be added. Overall, due to its versatility this is an excellent choice for either field or CQB play. Battery and charger sold separately.
This gun is really good. I got it about 6 months ago and I love it. The only problems I have are that it is hard to put the battery in. Also, the free float quad rail ends up getting wobble after a little bit. The grip also has sharp edges. This gun feels pretty cheap, but will withstand heavy use. I recommend it. Internally, it's pretty solid. The internals are slightly below that of a CA Scar. The hop up is nice, and is consistent. I definitely recommend it. If you choose not to get it because you are left handed, there is an easy external mod to make it ambidextrous. It's a great gun for anyone especially when you do that. Highly recommend. Marco
Feb 16th 2015