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CYMA Glock 18C EAP


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CYMA Glock 18C EAP


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The Glock 18c is one of the most favored pistols around, Used by Police forces and Armed forces across the world. This electric version is a great replica shooting around 220 out of the box (even though I havenít had my own one cronoed yet) and with semi auto/ full auto capabilities it can be a great side arm to get you out a tough situation.

It comes with a 7.2 volt 450 mAh battery and a metal 29 round magazine which has a very solid feel. It has a metal gearbox but as far as I can tell that is one of the only metal things on this pistol except the magazine the rest of the pistol is made of looks like a tough plastic (I think itís call ABS?). The safety catch is located on the right hand side just above the trigger (slide up for safe, down for fire) and the fire mode selector is on the left hand side near the rear sight this selector isnít the best I have used because itís a little loose in semi auto mode and just doesnít feel right. The magazine release catch is also located on the left hand side and isnít too hard to push or to soft just right in my eyes and with a simple push the magazine slides out like a dream. The slide release catch is just below the rear sight and with the slide off you can see the brass barrel enclosed in yet more plastic and the metal gear box enclosed in yes you guessed it more plastic. To the right of the barrel you can see the very easy and snug battery compartment which enables you to put the battery in the pistol with one hand itís that simple, to release the battery is even simpler with use of a leaver but be careful when doing this as the battery has been known to fly out

Overall this pistol seems to be a good little side arm for a CQB situation but I doubt its capability in an woodland situation (which I bought the thing for). I havenít used this pistol in the field yet but I will report back with my crono and how is performs during a game


FPS: Out of the box 220fps
Hop up: Yes Adjustable
Mag Capacity: 29
Battery: 7.5v 450 mAh
Plastic/Metal/Both: A mix but more plastic

Thanks for reading

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Nice review.

Very good for the first one :)

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Thanks i am hopeing to do some more when i have some spare time

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I have a cheap £50 Glock with made in China written all over it but its suprisingly good. Its electric and has semi and full auto, obviously no blowback though. However as boring as this gun sounds I managed to completely own with it once at Xsite, when I got a gun hit and was forced to use a sidearm.

Great review by the way! ;)
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Nice review, thank you im going to be buying one of them next week. :)

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Great review just wondering how long the battery lasts in it or how many mags I can go through on a charge.




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