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by Jordan D. on 2014-04-06 08:46:03
"This mag is actually made by D-Boys (on the packaging). It looks great, especially when you use it for a C7 rifle because that's originally what they where used for in real for the Canadian troops, and the real ones are called Thermal mags and are light and disposable. This mag is my favourite out of all my 9 various M4 mags, because it winds easily, works good, does not jam/stop feeding when you overwind it like the ICS Thermal, and looks good too! The top corner of mine chipped off during shipping but does not affect performance.
by Alon K. on 2013-02-13 05:28:54
"These mags are awesome, They have great feeding but when I got them I was dissapointed they were plastic. But I dont care.

Great feeding
Looks awesome
Winding wheel to me feels better than a normal mag
330 RD instead of 300.

After one game I droped it and it broke one of the grips on it (Still works great! But ugly.)
They dont double stack very well.

All & all, They are pretty good.
by MOJTABA T. on 2011-11-05 19:32:15
"It does NOT fit FN-f2000 as the grips on the mag will prevent it from fitting inside the F2000's extended mag well. but the mags are fine and fun to use with any M4/M16 and Scars. I would consider getting a "Flash Mag" instead though!
by Daniel F. on 2008-11-25 14:18:39
"All thermal mag, even real steel ones in the military are NOT metal. Thermal mag in real military application are disposable / light weight magazines.

Don't be troubled however, these mags are as durable as it gets. I had mine for years now. They are actually less likely to break when you drop it from high elevation than metal mags.
by tony l. on 2008-06-03 21:10:30
"its good high cap. but the only thing i didnt like about it was that it was plastic, not metal like me clip that came with my gun

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