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CYMA 100rd Extended Magazine for CM030 / 18C AEP Pistol

12 Customer Reviews

by Michelle F. on 06/27/2017
"Everything arrived well in Brasil
comprei esse mag mas 4 de m4 e chegou tudo ok no brasil e menos de 1 més recomendo
by Michael R. on 12/05/2008
"This is the best I LOVE CHEESE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :P XD
by Jarek H. on 10/06/2008
"Don't listen to Jacob he's dead WRONG! These fit PERFECTLY in the CYMA CM. 030. They NEVER fall out and they feed FLAWLESSLY!
by Blake C. on 06/18/2008
"I think people have judged this mag a little to hard. Overall it is a good mag for the price, which i know holds at least 85 rounds. The thing is, that it tends to get really hard to load the mag after about 55 rounds. Looks cool when put in to the G18C a.e.p. The only down side is that it is plastic, but other then that it works wonders in C.Q.B. MUST HAVE!
by Caleb L. on 03/17/2017
"got mine for free while using that "free epic bonus thing" i wanted it for my CYMA electric 1911. the mag does not actually fit 100 rounds. this mag only works with certain types of electric pistols. (it wont fit with my electric USP because the shape of the magazine stick is basically reversed, it can still feed and go into the mag well but the release wont hold it. good for using as a spare mag
by Nichoals H. on 03/14/2017
"This is a veey good magazine. I recently purchased this for my CYMA Aep and it fits like a glove. The feeding was smooth with no misfeeds or double shots. The plastic is reasonable but I would have gladly paid more for a metal version. Also, the mag needs to be broken in but currently it holds roughly 70 rounds. Would highly recomend.
by Isaiah E. on 08/05/2012
"For the price, this is a great looking attachment for my CYMA CM030. It may be able to hold plenty of BBs, but a problem I've had with it like many other people is it's incapability to actually keep the BBs in it. They eject out after inserting too many, which is a major flaw considering that it now only has a cosmetic value to it over functionality. Although I've heard many people talk about how to fix it, I unfortunately am too lazy to attempt any of the solutions. But on behalf of others, I will not let my personal inconviniences with it ruin its value so here's the pros and cons:

-Lightweight Construction
-Great aesthetics
-Potentials of being useful once fixed
-Large capacity
-Great Price

-Plastic could potentially break
-Not guaranteed to work correctly
-Unusual design may make it akward to carry
-Low potential for long time usage(variable)

Overall I would have to give this a moderately high rating for its practically and economical values, as well as its visual appeal
by Steven Y. on 05/24/2012
"An essential for the cm030! Mag does its job and feeds well. The only problems are that my magazine came with loose screws, so tighten the screws before use. It also double feeds in my cm030, maybe it's because of the high rof powered by a 7.4v lipo. Overall, you get what you pay for. I prefer the tokyo marui one which is full metal.


Capacity is around 100rds (unlike other places where it says that it only holds 50rds)


Plastic! (feels cheap and like it's gonna break)

Magazine wobbles in mag well
by Andy H. on 08/27/2008
"This is a must have if you want the Matrix / Morpheus look! It doesn't "click in and never fall out" like the standard mag, but it does give you a different look and higher capacity.
by John R. on 05/13/2008
"I like the look of this extended magazine on my G18C. Looks nice with the rail system kit and a red dot. Works alright
by Chris L. on 07/24/2008
"This is a good magazine for the money and feeds very well, but beware of the feeding lips, they wear out quickly, and I had to cut the internal mag spring in half in order to get the mag to hold bbs. I would suggest a TM hicap which also holds more bbs than this.
by S. C. on 09/11/2008
"I bought TWO of these for my TM Glock 18C AEP.

They both DO NOT WORK for the TM.

However, they will work 110% in the CYMA knock-off 18c's.
Just to be sure , we retested them: Again, NO-GO in TM's but works great in the CYMA.

Additional notes: they are lightweight and pretty much all plastic.
You get what you paid for.---I had to trade both of mine to get one TM brand Hicap.

I think its not the product, but the advertizing for the product that needs to be changed. Should read : Not for use in TM 18C AEP.

Because of that, i gave it a 2 out of 5.

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