Reviews: CYMA 1400rd Electric Auto Winding Magazine for AK Series Airsoft AEG (Sound Control)

$45.00 $36.00

5 Customer Reviews
Model: MAG-C14
Location: U5-032 Y9-M11 WO3-M10 V5-M14 V8-M10

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by David L. on 2015-09-01 14:14:03
"Dont even listen to this guy.

All you have to do is charge it, then put it in.

When i tryed to put the battery in it took me 3 months to figure it out. You have to put a ton of force on the bullets to pop them out, then put the battery in the place under the bullets.

Its amazing worth the buy it winds fast and it feeds extremely well
by JoAnn S. on 2015-09-01 14:13:47
"Hi, this is me again with another review on this item.
I said i was going to ut in 4 AAA batteries, well i found out they don't sell battery holders that will fit in the mag. However, u can buy a 9 volt snap on cap connector. 9 volt batteries are used in drum mags so using this battery will give u flawless feeding.
All you need to do is cut the wires from the bettery holder they give u and leave the adapter connected to it(idk how to takes the wires off the adapter). then you solder the original wires with the 9v snap on wires, wrap it in electrical tape, and your done.
to fit the battery in the mag slide out the fake bullets, and simply use the battery as ur slide and it fits perfectly. connect the battery and slide it in, push the button and u get fast feeding, the thing rewinds in seconds! very good for high-speed guns, it kept up wih my AK47 using a m100 spring, systema turbo speed motor, and 9.6v battery
it holds BBs in the second mag so wen your loading you have to shake the mag so BBs will go in there. As your playng the BBs will gravity feed into the spinning wheel that winds the mag so this thing is perfectly well made.
It's only 65 bucks, so get it and upgrade it, and you'll be getting drum mag quality without the rugged bulkiness drum mag! 5 stars!
by John S. on 2015-03-13 18:44:08
"Supplemental to my earlier review: Magazine holds 1050 rounds, not the 1400 advertised.
by John S. on 2015-03-13 07:31:20
"Overall I'm pleased with the product. Bought it for an Echo1 RPK. It is a pretty tight fit to get it seated into the mag well. Once you gingerly figure out the sweet spot it goes right in every time. The RPK is firing around 22 rps and the magazine feeding is good to go for both the sound control as well as continuous feed. Only other complaint is that it is louder than any other box/drum auto feeding mag I have used in the past. Uses 3 AAA batteries.
by michael c. on 2013-02-25 18:09:20
"Tried it and love it. I am a mag grip shooter. I was worried about this being too thick to hold effectively but it wasn't. Flawless feeding and I hate winding/pulling strings. I also have a 3000rnd drum mag but I don't like it because it's heavy and I like to tuck in close by griping the mag.

The dummy mag holds the battery (included with charger), (which sits just above the dummy rounds), the motor, and the rest is filled with bb's. Super easy to load (both trap doors are located at the top).

There's also a 3position switch. off/auto feed/and I think force feed(will keep pushing, won't stop even when fully wound, seems like that would break it). Auto feed will stop pushing when full.

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