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z Hero Arms Cheetah 3000 round Electric Winding Drum Mag for MK36 / MK36C / KM8 / KSL9 series Airsoft AEG
by Matt J. Date Added: June 8, 2008
Alright, owned it for a whole weekend now and can say for the most part this is definetly worth the $65 and I will buy another for my next comp next month. Come on, $65 for 3000rds, or $20 for 500rds, ratios? 2.1c for each round of the drum, or 4c per round in the straight mag, and you have to buy 6 to get the capacity of the drum, so that's $120, which is almost 2 drums!!! But pros and cons, here you go, Pros: ammo capacity, you're a walking pillbox with this thing and it winds(very quickly too) for you at the push of a button, and on that note, the wire is removable so you can swap drums without swapping cords. It's not exactly *quiet* when it winds but it's not too bad, and if you need to lay down covering fire..... good god it'll just make bushes explode with ammo. Cons: It's heavy.... easily doubled the weight of my CA36E with .2g fully loaded, and the winding mechanism needed some serious lubing before the high-pitched wine was over with and it fed properly. Feeding, not sure but you may want to keep it only semi-wound to avoid it otherwise if you wind it too much it'll misfeed a lot, but if you just tap the winding button a few times before you fire it you'll be fine. All in all, this is a very simply designed, effective, DESTRUCTIVE peice of hardware for any G36, and maintinance is great because it's so simple. You will love this but rest assured you'll find out quickly, you will be shelling out a lot more money for ammo than you used to, but it's SO WORTH IT!! When you see someone running and tree leaves exploding behind them from the ammo you're throwing at him you'll find your smile grows larger with every greed burst of foliage. Also, a final note, compatability wise, this fits my Echo1 G36c a LOT better than my Classic Army G36E(full size), and that might have a little to do with the feeding issue but both guns fire great with semi-winding.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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