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G&G M4's (GR-16 vs CM-16 vs GC-16)

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Im new to airsoft and want a basic m4 to get started with. ive decided G&G is probably the way to go, but cant decide which model to go for. i know the GR-16 in pneumatic blow back which will just over complicate things, but which is best the CM-16 or the GC-16? i know one is full metal and the other is plastic, but is that the only difference between the two (or are the internals different)? also just incase is the GR-16 better than the CM-16?

 

Any help would be great!

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Pete

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Also looking for an answer to this question!

 

I have a full metal GC16 but can't seem to find any info about gearbox, hops etc.

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They're basically the same, though one has metal externals, pneumatic blowback (and possibly a better inner barrel and motor) and the other is made of plastic, has a lower quality outer barrel etc.

Of the two go for the metal one, they're both good guns but the plastic one feels like a toy- a well made one but a toy nonetheless.

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Yeah, there's nothing like a metal bodied airsoft gun- and it's more likely to survive knocks then the plastic version, however good G&G's nylon fiber is.

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Buddy of mine has the GR4-G26 and while it is plastic it's the nylon reinforced one. Feels plenty solid in use (except the handguard which wobbles a bit). Plus it has all the pseudo Magpul bits on if that's your thing. For around £200 it certainly does the job quite nicely.

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