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WE Spare Mag for "OPEN BOLT" WE M4 / SCAR / ASC / PDW Series Airsoft Gas Blowback Rifles (Green Gas / Black)

10 Customer Reviews

by Dennis M. on 07/12/2016
"using propane I was able to get 141 solid shots on one fill! Of course it was 80 degrees out in high humidity but still this surprised me
by ricardo h. on 08/04/2015
"Excelent magazines, with one fill of propane they can shoot about 64 rounds. They scratched easily . I buy five magazines and They dont give me any problems at all. Magazines are heavy.
by Max B. on 05/21/2015
"Good quality, and decent price for GBBR mags. I got 3 of these for my 416 and none leaked, and they all fit tightly in the magwell with no wobble. Just to clear things up, these are actually the Gen 3 mags, and they have little bumps on where the mag hits the back of the magwell, so it may take a couple of reloads to break these in. The paint does scratch a bit easy, and the floor plate wobbles a bit, so just take a rubber mallet and gently tap the retaining pieces down, and you're good to go. I would definitely buy these again.
by Robert A. on 09/30/2014
"Very impressed with my WE M4. I have about 2000 rounds through three of these mags. One was leaky when new, but stopped leaking when the seals got some silicone oil on them. Otherwise, I have not had any issues, other than screws and other threaded parts coming use, but that's pretty normal. Use threadlocker on screws and the nozzle if they come loose, and it should solve the problem. I ordered 6 more mags.
by angela a. on 09/30/2014
"fps on this averages 430 with .20s and green gas i have this gun an chronoed it it is great
by Hong L. on 09/30/2014
"Great Mag if you have a WE M4 or SCAR (I doubt it!) Works great even in cold weather and average FPS is about 20 FPS higher than green gas.
by Jimmy K. on 10/15/2015
"These magazines feed well they sit tight and are easy to maintain.
One out of my four magazines leaked but all i had to do was tighten the output valve and that fixed it.
You will need to use a bit of force the first few times you load the magazine in the gun or it will just fall down however this is one of the big reasons why the magazines sit tight in the gun so i would consider this a positive.
The metal is of poor quality and the paint is worse.
Also the paint finish was different on the magazines some are matt and some are blank which is not a real issue just odd.
So as long as you donīt mind having a magazine that looks worn after a short time this is a great one.
by Colin G. on 08/02/2015
"I ordered 5 of these and they're working just fine and dandy for me.

Depending on the person you might like or dislike the weight of these. Definitely not as heavy as LM4 mags. But do hold a bit more to them then a highcap.

As mentioned in other reviews these are Gen 3 and do in fact have the bumps on the back. I swear mine must have been industrial strength because after numerous uses mine still took a really strong hit on the bottom to get them to seat into the mag well properly. Eventually I just filled them down and now they work perfect.

The paint scratches very easily on them so just know a few uses and they look like they've been through Iraq. Take a mallet and smack the bottom lips to securely tighten the base plates.

Nothing major I've had issues with so would definitely get again
by Tomas B. on 04/07/2015
"Build Quality is pretty good, texture has a slight "grainy" feel to it, but doesn't interfere with mag handling/reloading. Most of the weight is on the top of the magazine, which felt awkward to me at first. I got a little unlucky when i got mine, the base-plate was extremely loose. I lightly tapped the 4 retaining flaps holding it in place, and all is well, the mag had no issues firing before and after tapping. Well there's not much to review on mags, so let's get to the pros and cons

-Cheap compared to other gas rifle mags at $38, $30 on sale (KWA LM4 mags being $44, GHK M4 mags going for $53).
-Much easier to find than every other brand
-Light weight; slightly heavier than a standard 300rd hi-cap

-A BIG pain to load without proper speedloader (See WE-Tech 15rd "Strong" BB Speed Loader Tube Set sold here.)
-Paint on magazine body scratches easily, a few mag changes and you can already see the paint wear around the top area of the magazine.
-Only holds 30rds. To my knowledge, the lowest capacity for GBBRs. (Yet the most 'milsim' out there.)

* Final Notes -Please be sure to pick up the speedloader if you don't have one yet, check your baseplate if it's loose, and with any gbbr/gbbp or ggb magazine, ALWAYS lubricate your rubber seals and moving parts before testing! *
by Ian Y. on 05/21/2014
"I purchased 3 of these magazines for my WE M4 CQB. They work perfect, although I was a little disappointed that they weren't exactly "new" All of them were scratched up quite a bit.