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What are your guys thoughts on a cyma svd as a dmr.
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Great base, they are base on the real sword svd pretty solid i believe joker has one
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I still want to build a SVD with one of these...  http://shop-mancraft...9-pdik-svd.html


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I looked up the mancraft and it looks pretty cool might have get one some day
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I have one and it is great. One word of advise if you do a electric version get a lipo battery for it. That was the only thing i have done to mine


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I've had one before and never really had an issue with it. It's something great for mid range, the hop up system in it is one of the best I've ever ran, the motor in it is okay but changing it out for a stronger one would be recommended because of the spring tension and with that, definitely run a lipo with it. If you want better performance, I would suggest running it plus it's better power. Personally, it looks best with the PSO optic on it to.


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Thanks everyone . I think I will pick one up this winter
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Define "As a DMR" from your first post.

 

Are you looking mainly for the DMR looks of the gun? If so, its a good gun.

 

Or you looking at it truly as a DMR: permanent semi-auto, 450 fps, required to run a sidearm? If so, the gun will need a lot of work and much more money to make this, and there are better base platforms from which to start than the Cyma.

 

These are two very different answers governed by two totally different rule sets. Figure out what you truly want to do with it before making the decision.

 

 

 

Keep in mind, there are no true "DMR's" new out of the box. It may have the looks, but the gun will not perform any better or any different than a new echo1 M4, JG MP5, ICS SIG, etc. 


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Permanently semi and 450 fps and yes I figured I will be spending the money to get it were it needs to be.
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My SVD is a springer made by A&K and I love it. It's completely stock currently but I will be looking to upgrade it in the near future. I've had it for years and never had an issue. One of these days I will own an AEG SVD.

~Joker
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Most aeg svd are semi only all ready

 

Permanently semi and 450 fps and yes I figured I will be spending the money to get it were it needs to be.


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