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Matrix "Mil-Sim" 70 round Mid-Cap Magazine for P90 Series Airsoft AEG (Package: One)

8 Customer Reviews

by Caeden G. on 12/06/2017
"Solid magazine that WILL last you, I've dropped it on concrete a few times and it hardly left a scratch. No feeding issues, however it gets a bit difficult to fill around the 60 pellet mark.
by Woodrow C. on 08/25/2016
"Great looking. Great feeding. Great price. I love these mags! Get some!

Carry on, and be careful out there.
by Seth B. on 02/29/2016
"These magazines feed great in my Echo 1 AR-57 and in my Classic Army P90tr Proline. Be aware though that they do take some breaking in before they hold the full 70 rounds as advertised.
by Connor H. on 06/04/2015
"Feed amazingly in my AR57! I love milsim and these are the perfect choice. Economical, the only con is that like all p90 mags, hard to store. That's okay though
by Ivan I. on 02/03/2010
"Great buy for the price!

Durability: These clips feel a little... flimsy, but that is to be expected from anything with so much plastic in it. Even though they feel flimsy, they most certainly are not. They snap and sit in place well. I bought three and have been using them for about a month now and have not had a single problem with them, no breaks or horrible jiggles to speak of. They still feel solid.

Usability: They are quite easy to use, a speed loader is a must for loading these clips. As stated in the other review, there is no hatch to load them through, you must simply force the bbs back into the clip as with any low/mid cap spring fed mag. No winding is required either. Just place the speed loader on the bb hole on the underside of the clip and click the bbs through. I prefer these spring fed clips to the winding types because they are more solid, easier to use, less to break. Plus they don't shake or jiggle when you run, which is good for stealth. The only problem I see with these (and this is a problem with any p90 clip) is they are so dang big. You can't really carry them in your pockets or any standard clip compartment. I have to use an old waterproof army messenger pouch I found at a flea market when I was a kit, but I figure a good molle drop pouch would work great too, or a long clip holder designed for p90 clips. Evike sells a few good ones.

Usage Procedure/Care: You can watch the bbs feed up and around through the clip, after they have hit the curve and start back towards the bb loader, I would not recommend loading them past he "20" marking so as not to over stress and wear out the spring. I would also recommend squirting a little 100% silicone lube into the clip every 1000 rounds or so to prevent misfeeding and promote proper operation of the clip. Do not over load these or force bbs through if they give you a lot of resistance. You can see through the clear plastic on the underside if something is jammed. I would not recommend loading more than 60 rounds into them at any given time. Be nice to them and they will be nice to you.

Bottom line: These clips are fantastic for the price. They feed well, they are sturdy and they are easy to use. If you need a good mid cap clip for a cheap price, try these. They are very similar to the stock p90 clips that come with the JG p90s, I cannot discern a difference in them and they all work well.
by Steven P. on 02/22/2009
"Just tested this out with my Classic Army P90 TR and it works great for a low/mid cap. There is no "big slot" to dump BBs in however, just a small circular window with most magazines which barely fits the BBs itself. It is rather difficult to feed BBs through this hole by hand, but with an appropriate speed loader which you can find for very cheap here on evike, you'll be able to load this magazine full within 5 seconds.
by Blaise C. on 09/11/2017
"So, I can't complain about the functionality of these mags. They do exactly what they're supposed to. However, I do have some qualms. I ordered the 5 pack and got 3 different mags. Functionally they are the same, but two were translucent plastic, 2 were smoky gray plastic, and one was slightly darker smoky gray. Honestly, this is a minor gripe, but still consistency would be nice. Additionally, one came broken. It was shattered on one side. My package had clearly been mishandled by customs, so I don't blame Evike for that.

Best mags for P90 (but I hate high caps)
They look pretry neat too.

My 5 pack wasn't all the same (exact) mag
by Michael N. on 03/24/2014
"This mag looks great. The mock 5.7x28mm rounds are a nice touch. Very "cool"
Unfortunately the mag feels terrible. It feels very cheap compared to the King Arms midcaps. I don't know if I got a bad gun (update: I did) but it wasn't feeding very well.
I like it for looks but it definitely is not durable.