ID: 28555 (MAG-Thomp-420)
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- Durable metal alloy construction
- Lightweight design won't weigh you down on the field
- 420 round capacity
- Works with both M1A1 and 1928 Thompson Airsoft AEGs
Tokyo Marui Thompson/M1A1 Airsoft AEG rifles and other compatible AEGsCapacity:
CYMAWhy 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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"I ordered one of these for my cousin. Works as a hi-cap should work. Taking it out is much smoother then with the mid-caps. Does not hold 420rd's holds around 360rds same as my old m4 hi-cap mag, exactly the same! I just filled my mag then transferred them all to this mag and it reached the top perfectly! He got another one of these at SC Viper for only $12 so this price is way to high. But I'm here to review the mag not the price.
Friendly tip, if you wind any hi-cap until you hear clicking it should empty your mag without having to wind it again, takes approximately a minute or so, works with M4, M14, P90, Thompson, etc. Make sure you don't make it click more then twice, I have not tried this, and I don't want to.
"All right boys and girls, I bought 3 of these and they all work good now. What i mean is, when i bought the 3 of them, one did not work. After about a minute or so of winding the mag that did not work, i started to see a piece of what looks like to be a rubber band in the mag being pushed up. So i went and got some nettle nose pliers and pulled out the piece of rubber band, and now it works perfectly! The gun i have is the cybergun Thompson M1A1. Time for pros and cons.
-Hold a lot of ammo (420+ bbs)
-Made to last (More metal than plastic construction)
-The look they give the gun (Sexy)
-Operation is easy (Winding and filling)
-Rattling of the bb's (But its a high cap)
-The price (should be 13-17 dollars)
-Might find strange problem with mags at first (Rubber bands = ?)
"I got this mag for my NonTokyo Marui Thompson M1A1 and it fits just fine. It also looks and feels the same as my other mag that came with my gun.
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