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King Arms 110rd Precision No Winding Mid-Cap Magazine for G3 series Airsoft AEG (One)

6 Customer Reviews

by Jesse P. on 05/04/2017
"They are very solid, good plastic build, which is nice. They do not fit perfectly in my JG G3 however. They wobble some and sometimes need adjustment to feed properly. It's not a huge deal because I generally find myself holding the mag well anyways so I naturally hopd it in place, but for others who use fore grips, you may have issues.
by Johnny S. on 04/26/2017
"Pros:
- good plastic build
- no issues loading at all
- no difference in build quality
Cons:
- where honestly just thrown in the box {but im nitpicking this one)
- Will Not fit a T3 K1 at all ( had to put some shims in the mag well to make them stick, even then they don't always feed }

Overall im okay with them.
by Michael G. on 08/15/2008
"I got 1 of these and then one of the 500 rd. mags these are great best of all they make no noise! No feed problems so far!
by Jacob B. on 01/15/2017
"These magazines fit okay in my JG T3-K1 (G3 SG/1) and are pretty much the only G3 hicaps that exist. There are some big caveats however.

You will need to file down the rear of the magazine, where it locks into the receiver. It engages perfectly with the magazine release, but there is a little bit too much material on the rear of the magazine to comfortably seat in the gun.
Comparing these King Arms midcaps to the hicap that was included with my G3, the rear "spine" of the hicap is flat while there is a conspicuous raised area on the King arms mags. Sand that down to be flush with the spine, and round the corner to about 45 degrees.

Even after correcting this there are some things to note about using G3 magazines. You must "rock" them in like on an AKM or AK-47 while loading, so insert them nose first and then knock them rearwards. Also, the magazines wobble side to side unlike the stock metal hicaps, but that hasn't affected feeding too much after I broke them in. The mags are lightweight, and WILL fit into M4 or M16 mag pouches, but only one where you might be able to fit two M4 mags. I am able to fit anywhere from 80-100 rounds in the mags.
by Lucas K. on 05/27/2017
"Well, I gotta say, I was pretty unsatisfied.

For a start, they're plastic, which is way less cool than a heavy steel mag in your hands. That's simply a personal preference issue, though, and these have plenty of issues besides.

Of the three I got, only one fed somewhat reliably, and even then it would skip or refuse to feed. I can only assume this has to do with the excessive wobble that the magazines experience when you insert them, although I shimmed mine with electrical tape and it didn't do much either.

Additionally, mine at least did NOT hold 110 rounds. I counted and it was about 70. That's a pretty big difference.

Perhaps I just got a trio of lemons. However, I do not recommend.
by Mason T. on 06/23/2017
"Well, I gotta say, I was pretty unsatisfied.

Where Should i start yes they platic but way cheaper and worse than any plastic mags i have had in the past or currently.

Of the six I got, only two fed somewhat reliably, and even then it would skip or refuse to feed. Two of the others the plastic follower broke and is rattling around inside. As previously stated they have excessive wobble that the magazines experience when you insert them, although I shimmed mine with velcro and it didn't do much either.

Additionally, none of mine held 110 rounds. I counted and it was about 50 at best or less with the eception of 1 it holds about 80ish. That's a pretty big difference.

Perhaps I just got a bunch of lemons. However, I do not recommend