Reviews: Spare Magazine for Tokyo Marui / Y&P / KJW / Matrix MK23 Airsoft Gas Gun


6 Customer Reviews
Model: MAG-GNB-2023

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by Mason L. on 2016-04-05 17:30:55
"I own five of these magazines. No issues. Do yourself a favor and ditch the original TM mag and get these instead. You won't be disappointed. 300-320 FPS with .20g bb's.

My friend also has five of these magazines and neither of us have ever had any issues with them. If you take care of them they'll take care of you. They do fit just a little more loosely into the pistol compared to the original TM mags, but it causes no issues in feeding, power output or reliability. As stated in some other reviews, the feed lips are plastic and tend to be a little tighter than the TM mags, which you might notice when pulling the trigger or pulling back the hammer. This magazine has no over-pressure valve like the TM mags, so it works well with propane.

Overall the best magazine for one of the best airsoft pistols.
by Garrett G. on 2015-11-10 23:24:18
"Best replacement mags ever for the TM MK23. The TM mag that came with mine always sprayed gas everywhere when filling and now leaks from the bottom even with a moon dog in but these hold gas perfectly and are super efficient with gas. My only problem is the lips seem a little weak and hard to load bbs into since the fill notch is too narrow to put bbs into so you're kinda forced to intricately put bbs in through the lip but definitely not a reason not to buy! Get these!
by Jonathan L. on 2013-11-11 21:38:27
"both stock marui mk23 mags I had started leaking from the bottom.
propriety design of stock mags make it difficult for disassembly/repairs (but not impossible) do to a one way pin.

I opted for newer replacement mags, and got two of these for the same as one stock mag would cost.
1) fits perfect.
2) noticeably more powerful, as well as more willing to accept green gas.
2) half price as stock.

1) bbs do not load/fit from the bottom like they are supposed to. To be able to load bbs quickly from the bottom you will need to dremel a little bit out so that they may pass through. Not a big deal, but if you don't have a dremel than good luck speed loading the mag.
2) It does not have trades such as "hk", and does not look as nice neither.

all in all these mags get the job done, definitely worth buying for sure.
by Daniel p. on 2012-02-17 00:13:20
"Great For the TM MK23
I have 3 TM mags and run them on propane/Green Gas (not made ONLY 134a) and average about 310 fps on a full gas fill. these mags here Must have a weaker valve spring because when I run these, my FPS jumps to close to 350, and i can only assume its a weaker valve spring allowing more gas to be expelled from the mag with the same amount of force from the hammer. but that's purely speculation. either way. 1/2 the cost and a little more power, You Can't Beat Them!
by Robert H. on 2011-07-24 15:55:38
"The best magazine for your Tokyo Marui Socom MK23.
It is half the price of the Tokyo Marui MK23 socom magazine but takes green gas! I am not sure about the previous review as KJW valves have always been holding up better than some of the Japanese ones due to that Japanese guns are designed to shoot 280 FPS. Besides, valves are easy to switch out, and it is a matter of time you switch out the stock valve if you are a serious gamer. You can't find spare TM valves so you must end up using after-market valve anyways. Get this one!
by John D. on 2008-05-02 06:15:54
"I recently bought two of these for my KJW MK23. Really good mags, especially for the money.

Can hold green/red/propane gas unlike TM mags that are only made for 134A
Good capacity
Nice heavy weight so gun feels more realistic
Great price compared to TM mags

The gas in valve is kinda weak. I was filling it with propane and something broke in it so i needed to get a new valve. Maybe it was just a lemon, but be careful

3/5 because of the weak valve in one of my mags. Overall good buy.

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