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AIM Top 22rd Magazine for AIM Top SVD Airsoft GBB Rifle Series (Model: Co2)

6 Customer Reviews

by Ian B. on 01/13/2014
"Short Review: Good mags, high quality metal and weight is kind of heavy. Valves work great no leaks. Very hard to load without using the svd speed loader that usually will actually come with the SVD.
by Andrew H. on 12/18/2013
"Do note remove the lid from the bottom of the magazine unless you do so with great care. The button which keeps the bottom of the mag on is also the retainer for the magazine spring. But, this mag has no pin holding that button for the magazine-spring in place. So, should you slide the bottom off, as you do for the CO2 magazine, the button will fly off and possibly get lost and the spring will be saying 'hello' to you. The button might even shoot you in the eye, who knows?

The CO2 magazine has a small pin keeping that button in place, but I think because you do not normally need to remove the bottom of the green gas magazine, they do not put a pin there.

The insert for the green-gas loading is at a funny angle and you might think that removing the bottom could give you better access to the valve. So, be warned. Otherwise, great product, I think.
by Landon T. on 02/03/2013
"Good mag, very heavy and I haven't had a problem running out of a charge on them. I got one straight out of the box with a leak but a new o-ring fixed that. The only issue I have with this mag is the fact that no speed-loader will load this mag. I haven't found one that has an adapter long enough to fit right. You have to hand load them.
by Ethan S. on 07/22/2017
"Mags keep releasing the co2 when I load the one clip. The other clip doesn't conserve co2 it fires off one clip then it releases the co2
by Thomas M. on 10/29/2016
"Mag is OK. Not very happy with the poopy o-ring setup for charging the mag with gas. Already had one fall out. And that's a problem when air softing, you don't always have time to sit and fiddle with the dumb thing so you can re-charge again. Every time I go to charge the mag I have to sit with a pick and push the o-ring back into the valve. That's pretty stupid. Something shoud be done. Other than that major inconvenience, it's a good mag. Like that it's heavy and metal.
by Timothy K. on 06/06/2016
"Bought two magaxines, were great when received than about a week both failed. Spring didn't work for bbs, and the other, the co2 kept releasing.