Wednesday, November 30, 2011

A&K M60VN Review - Range Test Airsoft Video

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Shot of my "shooting range," where the A&K M60VN Performance & Accuracy Test was performed
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Today's entry on the Pyramyd Airsoft Blog features the A&K M60VN on camera. The video is just a super quick and dirty performance test on the range to see what we've got to work with right from the get-go. It's important to note that this is Airsoft and while there are a few companies who are actually starting to give a crap about quality control (*cough* Elite Force *cough*), it's still fairly common to pull a new Airsoft gun out of the box and not have it performing to its full potential. What I've learned in my experiences in having the opportunity to work with a number of different guns is that just because something isn't cooperating as well as you'd like intitially, doesn't necessarily mean that the issue cannot be resolved relatively easily with a little fine-tuning of your own, assuming you know what you're doing inside these guns. With that in mind, please check out the initial performance test of the A&K M60VN after the jump...

A&K M60VN Machine Gun - Initial Performance Test
While I did paint that target red, you can see that the BBs were not flying in a consistent stream, but rather a scattered array of projectiles.  Considering this is a support weapon and its primary purpose is to provide suppressive fire, that isn't necessarily a bad thing, especially since the array is still relatively concentrated.  However, I think there is a hop-up issue because of the fact that I didn't notice any change in the flight path of the BBs regardless of how much or how little hop I placed on the BBs by adjusting the hop-up dial.

It's important to note that there are many satisfied A&K M60VN owners out there who have shared their positive experiences with others on the internet, so don't let this initial performance test deter you from your purchase, if you've had your heart set on this beast of a machine gun.  I'm pretty confident, based on what I've read about these guns, that I can get that hop-up squared away and get this thing purring like a freakin' epic jungle cat.  So keep an eye out for my follow-up on that.

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