Reviews: Tokyo Marui P90 300 Round HI-Cap Magzine

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5 Customer Reviews
Model: MAG-TM-P90MAG300

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by Michael J. on 2008-11-09 23:07:07
"These are still the best P90 hicap to buy today.
Use Matrix bb and at most some silicon oil on the bb before you load (lubricate the mag this way once a month) and these should work fine.

At the rate of fire and the size of the mags....standards are still a bit too much work.

Otherwise, get the laylax box mag, thats a good mag for the P90 too.
by Mark D. on 2008-11-09 22:36:30
"I have had horrible luck with these magazines. At first, they would only feed 3/4 the capacity - which is fine. But after a few games, I've found that they also misfeed and jam often. During high pressure CQB you do NOT want something like that happening when you really need to fire. I'm going to end up selling my hi-caps for the standards, even though they hold much less. At least I'll have the comfort knowing that they will feed correctly. (Plus they have plastic bullets! :D)
by chris s. on 2008-10-19 08:36:25
"These are just OK, mine ALWAYS jam or unwind themselves (yes I use .20s). However when they do work they are pretty good.
by Dennis C. on 2008-09-07 02:06:17
"I love these mags--one tip: crappy BBs will cause these to unwind. I had run out of my high-end BBs and began using a friend's batch of low-grade BBs. The mag had tons of trouble feeding them and would routinely unwind when one of the BBs jammed the feed wheel.

Switching back to high-grade BBs solved the problem when I got home.
by Connie H. on 2008-06-12 12:07:40
"These are pretty good clips to have for a P90. They work great 95% of the time. PROs are you get to hold 300 rounds in the clip. Under regular conditions they feed flawlessly. Last for PROs is they're easy to take apart if you needed to fix them. CONs are they will sometimes unwind under certain conditions such as prolonged fire. They tend to jam readily if you have a full 300 BBs in the clip or if you try to over load them. I personally recommend putting in only 270-280 BBs as this solves the problem. Last for CONs once every 1000 shots or so the clip may try not to feed the BBs into the gun. All you have to do is remove the clip from you gun and give it a small slap on the end where the loading hatch is. If you have a P90 or intend to get one I recommend picking up a couple of these with your gun.

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