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Old January 29th, 2006, 21:21   #1
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Exclamation Review Request: AIM M4A1 (not boys)

Hi. could any of you tell us a little about the AIM M4A1 thats NOT the boys version? Thnx.

P.S: Im on a really tight budget so dont blame me for asking.
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Old January 29th, 2006, 21:49   #2
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Then you're not in the right sport. Go looking elsewhere.
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Old January 29th, 2006, 22:02   #3
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P.S: Im on a really tight budget so dont blame me for asking.
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Then you're not in the right sport. Go looking elsewhere.
Wtf is your problem?

Yudam, i found this on the net.

The AIM TOP M4A1 is an affordable M4 for everybody! Body made by high-impact ABS plastic and finished in matte dark grey, the gun looks quite good and similar to the more expensive Tokyo Marui M4A1. Metalized components add extra durability to the gun. Most of the spare parts are exchangeable with other brands like Systema, PDI, Angel, Deep Fire, etc. (except ICS).

Metal parts include the trigger, trigger guide, selector lever, bolt catch, mag catch, magazine, clamp bar and the fixing ring. Extendable stock allows you to adjust the length of rifle to get the most comfortable firing position! Metal sling mounts allow attachment of sling. Metal dust cover flips open when you pull back the charging handle.

Performance is quite good with a solid sounding gearbox and impressive power at 340fps for 0.2g BBs. Fine tuning of the BB trajectory is possible thanks to the precision hop-up system located inside the dust-cover flap. This gun comes with a Hi-cap 300 round wind-up magazine so you don't need to keep on reloading. Plastic flash-hider can be removed but there is no barrel thread to screw on a silencer. Silencer lovers should opt for QD type silencers that attach over the flash-hider. Detacheable carry handle with flat top rail for mounting scope and other accessories. Battery is stored in foregrip. Gearbox is very upgradeable with all Systema / Marui / Deep Fire components for 400fps + performance easily.

RedWolf's impression: What this gun lacks in metal parts and trademarks, it makes up for in a good performing, reliable, good sounding, air-tight gearbox that is well suited for upgrades. Surpassing other new manufacturers in gearbox reliability, we like the AIM M4 given it's economical price!

Available again in January 2006

If this gun turnes out to be like UTG or SRC, it is definately a better buy than TM for sure.

Hope this helps!
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Old January 29th, 2006, 22:03   #4
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I tried Google, and found all kinds of reviews in less than 5 seconds. Most are from the company itself claiming all kinds of good things...

I would not buy one.

Get yourself age-verified and buy in Canada, or choose another sport. $180 US is too much for a copy of a Marui.
Check the reviews on Arnie's (found those using Google).

No, I wont link to what I found on Google.

Did you not want a sniper rifle too?
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Old January 29th, 2006, 23:06   #5
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Ya, well....

WTF I just wanted to hear about u guys' oppinion. I'm not that lazy to not even check on google or redwolf and stuff. I thought you guys might have some better idea on how the gun performs.
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Old February 23rd, 2006, 01:39   #6
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Hit up AIM post at www.myspace.com/m4airsoft - i've got some pics and a bit of audio.
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Old February 23rd, 2006, 02:36   #7
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Guys, My friend bought one. The wiring is not too good, but after replacing it, we got the gun to run...at an amazing 370 fps STOCK.
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Old February 23rd, 2006, 02:37   #8
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If u replace something, its no longer stock..
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Old February 23rd, 2006, 04:02   #9
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My bad...it wasn't running reliably with the stock wires. It was shooting around 365-373 fps. But with the wire switch it would run at a constant 370. The piston is polycarbonate transparent plastic, and is not attached to the spring. The motor's ROF is not very fast, but it has high torque.
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Old March 2nd, 2006, 08:49   #10
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If u replace something, its no longer stock..
Ok...know i understand.
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Old March 2nd, 2006, 09:26   #11
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If u replace something, its no longer stock..
So, if you replace a wire you'd consider it upgraded?... yeah, makes sence...

I wonder why people bother posting sometimes...
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Old March 2nd, 2006, 15:25   #12
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I took a look at the AIM M4A1 yesterday I have to say for the price its not bad. Fairly sturdy could be used for a rental gun after a bunch of times you can make a small profit on it.
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