ID: 44411 (MAG-AK-03BK)
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*AK Rifle in image not included.Features:High Strength Nylon Polymer ConstructionWaffle Texture ExteriorHigh Tension Spring SystemCompatibility:
For Tokyo Marui, G&P, Matrix and other compatible AK Series Airsoft AEG RiflesCapacity:
MatrixWhy Mid-Cap Magazines?
Mid-Capacity magazines offer stealth operation by eliminating BB rattle often experienced with Hi-Caps. They feed smoother than Hi-Caps due to their high tension internal spring, similar to a real steel magazine. Since 470 round Hi-Capacity magazines don't exist in real life, a good amount of Mil-Sim players prefer Mid-Cap magazines for an even more realistic type of gaming experience.
Due to the design of all Mid-Cap magazines, they actually function better once you break them in. To do so spray some light silicone oil into the magazine, load and unload it a few times until BB's feed smoothly. This process breaks in the internal spring allowing it to function without problems each and every time.
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"Magazine feeds reliably and nicely. The build quality is fantastic, I accidentally dropped one on a ceramic tile floor from about 4 1/2 feet and there was no external or internal damage, not even a dent on the shell. The durability is great and they fit with almost no wobble in my Echo 1 RD AK700. I run it with a Valken Energy 11.1v 1200 mAh stick type LiPo, which gives me a rate of fire of about 900 rounds per minute, or 15 rounds per second. With this fire rate, these mags feed every shot until they run out. That said, they do run out rather quickly as these only realistically hold about 80-100 rounds instead of 110.
When I opened them up for the first time, I found out that there were in fact 2 individual springs inside, connected by a small plastic piece that clipped onto the springs. I was able to glue them together and they feed MUCH better now, if you buy these mags I would recommend you do this too. If you do use silicone oil, which I do, only use a tiny bit for each one. If you do decide to glue the springs together, make sure you use at least a tiny drop of silicone oil.
Overall, these magazines are great for any modernized AK loadouts. Since these are polymer waffle mags, they might not look as good with wooden furniture AKs, but that is just my own opinion. They feed great and fit nicely too. They don't get stuck in the magwell and can withstand quite a bit of punishment. The price is fantastic too. Just be ready to deal with two separate springs.
"There is a textual difference between these mags and the one that came with a G&P AK I bought, they are a tad more flexible, have injection points showing along the spines, and use two springs instead of one. Besides that, the four I bought feed well and hold the same amount of rounds as the factory mag. The differences are small enough to go unnoticed if you're not actively looking for them.
"I just picked up one for my team's AKs, when I tried to test it, it would not feed any bbs. When I opened it up to see if there was a jam, I noticed that there are actually two springs in the magazine, this caused the spring tension to be extremely low, making it unable to feed. Hopefully I got some strange magazine, and the others aren't like this.
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