Reviews: Matrix 120rd Metal M4 / M16 Mid Capacity Magazine - One


18 Customer Reviews
Model: MAG-MTX-M4-120x1

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by Darren R. on 2012-06-21 08:51:28
"I was entirely shocked when these mags didn't fit in my JG stryker, never had that problem before but $10 bucks for a metal midcap is a crazy deal to me, i took a dremel to the slot where the magazine catch slides in and enlarged the top about 1/8 of an inch. fits beautifully no wobble. So if your good with modifying and a steady hand with a small drill you cant go wrong because they feed amazingly. Paint job sucks though, I'm gonna re paint them soon.

No wobble at all
Feeds like butter

Most likely need modifying
crappy paint

4/5 \(^0^)/ no regrets
by jackie g. on 2012-06-06 17:44:11
"first off when i got these today i was pretty impressed on how they looked. Now i rateing them 4 outa 5 because when i went to go shoot them i would go to put them in the mag well and they wouldn't stay in but then i figured out that i had to hold them in. but overall there pretty good mags

feel good
feed well

Cons: Wouldn't stay in mag well
skipped a few rounds
by Joshua S. on 2012-04-17 17:47:24
"I bough 5 of these for my Echo 1 Stag arms m4 and I was slightly disappointed right off the back. First off, these don't fit Echo 1 despite what the description says. The problem is that the mag release/catch doesn't fit into the slot on the side of the mag. So I had to grind the top border of this slot to make it fit properly. It was a little annoying having to modify the mags, but after doing that these mags sit firmly in place and don't wobble at all. I mean NO WOBBLE.
As far as feeding, they do a really good job from what I've tested so far. My only beef with it is that they don't feed the last bb which is a little annoying but not the end of the world.
The aluminum that this mag is made of is fairly durable and can withstand being dropped on a hard surface floor, although I wouldn't make a habit of doing so. ;) The paint job of these mags wears off fairly easily, which for some might be a con, but I like my gear to look rugged and worn, so for me that's just what the doctor ordered.
All in all, I give this mag a 4/5. I would have given this a 3/5 for the lack of compatibility, but that's more the product of bad product description, not the actual construction.

Good capacity

Bad product description (not really against the mag itself)
Paint job wears off easily (not really a con for me)
fails to load last bb
by kevin w. on 2012-03-04 19:48:49
"These work great in my ICS L85. Just lube them and their ready to go! They are durable metal, I've dropped them, stepped on them and they have been shot and they still work great!
by john m. on 2012-02-24 18:02:40
"I was looking for a midcap, any midcap that would work in my G&G proline. I have tried a few brands that will remain nameless and decided to purchase one of these to see if it would work. Finally, these worked! These fit and feed perfectly in my G&G and also in my ICS. No mag wobble at all. Feeds all but the last bb or so(typical). Full metal construction but not heavy, def not as heavy as a highcap(unfilled vs unfilled) but not as light as my plastic mids(obviously). I would highly recommend these to anyone looking for midcaps and at $10 each, they are a steal.
by Aaron M. on 2008-11-29 06:59:18
-Durable metal construction
-As claimed "precision feeding"
-Cheap pricing

Side note:
- Fits tight in KWA M4 mag well.
- Paint is rather thin, however it took me sand paper to really wear it down.

Overall, very nice mag, will buy again if the PMAGs don't meet my standards/expectations. :P

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