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Umarex 110rd Magazine for H&K UMP Series Airsoft AEG Rifle (Package: One Magazine)

10 Customer Reviews

by Cristhian B. on 04/30/2020
"These are quality products and I highly recommend them over the cheap hicaps. The build quality is good and they don't feel flimsy.
by Kenny B. on 02/26/2016
"Love it!!!! It is a lot better than the High Caps...in everyway!
by Tara G. on 01/01/2015
"This is an insainly amizing mag I MEAN SERIOSLY BUY IT [ if MW2 fan buy it because of the bullets on the side

pros
realistic bullets
MW2 styel
AWESOME
by Tara G. on 01/01/2015
"This is an insainly amizing mag I MEAN SERIOSLY BUY IT [ if MW2 fan buy it because of the bullets on the side

pros
realistic bullets
MW2 styel
AWESOME
by Chad A. on 09/29/2013
"This is an insainly amazing mag I MEAN SERIOSLY BUY IT [ if MW2 fan buy it because of the bullets on the side

pros
realistic bullets
MW2 styel
AWESOME
by Sean M. on 08/04/2020
"These magazines are great! They're very well-built and fit nice and snug in my H&K UMP45 Elite Gen 2. My only issue is that they do not feed every bb. I have 5 of them and every mag leaves about 2-3 bb's behind. Other than that, they look great, feel great, and work great!
by Sean M. on 07/06/2020
"Love these magazines! High-quality polymer and the dummy bullets give them a great look. I received a package of 5 and the only downside is that they don't feed all of the bb's, leaving 3-4 still. inside the mag. Overall, definitely recommend for any UMP user.
by Michael N. on 10/24/2014
"This is a realy great mag. Made of high quality nylon fiber. The bullet window is only on one side. Wish it could be on both though. Only works on the Umarex/ Elite Force UMP. Tight fit and poor feeding on the Competition model I tried. Feeds perfectly in my 30rps UMP.

Pros
Feeds flawlessly.
High quality
Looks awesome

Cons
Base plate may come lose and require adhesive, this caused feeding issues for me for some reason.
by John W. on 10/05/2020
"As of right now, i have had these mags for about 5 days and they feel great, look great, and preform decent... With the first 1/3 of the bb's in the mag, they all fire, then I get 2 shots and a dry fire, then the last 1/3 is completely random. Sometimes going 4-5 shots before a bb feeds. I have the elite ump that these go on, but they just don't feed great. The hi cap works pretty good, but I'm not a fan of tactical maracas. I will update this if anything changes.
by Chris G. on 08/31/2020
"The polymer outer construction seems to be the same nylon-reinforced material that the Gen 2 Elite Force UMP uses, which is good. The .45 mock bullet window is super cool looking. In fact, everything on the outside of this magazine leads you to believe you're getting a quality product worth the asking price. However, almost everything on the inside contradicts this.

The problem is the way the guts are designed. It utilizes a double-stack design powered by a rectangular spring to achieve the theoretical "120 round" capacity. This tends to make BBs "lock up" whenever inevitable gaps occur during feeding particularly when it hits the single bend in the U-shaped channel. I understand why this was chosen since the magazine is quite wide and there is

But the main issue is the spring, it's confusingly undersized, not reaching or just barely reaching the end of travel so 1 or 2 BBs will not have spring pressure behind them. There seems to be several penny-pinching measures taken like this, for instance there is no spring guide to help the spring coil more evenly as it's loaded and no retention system even though there's plenty of space for one, the spring just sits against a flat internal wall in the channel. The rubberized follower is just a semi-circular nub with the end of the spring messily wrapped around it.

The only redeeming quality to the internals is that they are fairly easy to disassemble and reassemble for maintenance and I do appreciate the smart choices made for how the BB-stop housing is screwed in place separately from magazine body, makes it much easier to reassemble than usual for mid caps.

They're not "bad" magazines and while a double-feed system makes sense for a long, thickish magazine shape, it makes loading past 50% capacity crunchy, difficult, and a little unsettling. Maybe it'll get better as the magazine "breaks in" with actual use but I've had consistent jams occur while running ammo manually, even after lubricating the internals.