This is the compact version of the box magazine for A&K M249 series AEG rifles with 1500 round bb capacity and is covered in a camouflage fabric casing for an authentic and aggressive new look!
- Compatible with A&K Classic Army and other similar M249s
- 1500 round capacity reduces reloads on the field
- Canvas covering gives it a more realistic appearance
- Pressure switch winding capability
5.5" x 3.5" x 2.5"Compatibility:
A&K, Classic Army and other compatible M249 Airsoft AEGsCapacity:
1500 roundsWinding Mechanism:
Proprietary, integrated rechargeableManufacturer:
A&KWhy Box Mags?:
Box magazines provide a large amount of firepower in a relatively compact package. Airsoft box magazines come with different variations of winding mechanisms. Some use the sound of the gun to automatically wind the mag, while others require the user to press a winding button. Most box mags hold between 1000 and 5000 rounds, making them perfect for squad gunners and support roles.
A&K has been in business for more than a decade, boasting a huge selection of popular rifle models as well as unique platforms; Machine Guns, SMGs, DMRs, and even WWII replicas. A&K provides a great lineup of Airsoft products at a great value.
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"Way better feel and look then a Normal Echo1/A&K drum mag...
So what can i say. 1 game in. The Auto wide Doesnt work good on a P* m249 but on a friends normal AEG M249 works good. the Auto DeWinder built in ( so you dont brake the spring ) is nice to have.. so you can just leave the BBs in the mag when your not using it. Not a fan of the battery's wish i could just use a normal AA or AAA in it.
Con Auto wind Just doesnt stop... kinda scared im going to brake it if i let it keep going.
Have to wait and see if it out last a MAG M249 drum.
"The Box mag fits VERY snug in the bracket on the gun, there is no wobble of the mag on my Matrix MK46 (M249). The pressure switch has plenty of cord for you to put it on the pistol grip, or hand guard. The plastic is DEFIANTLY a better quality than the stock mag, it is high strength polymer, much more reliable. My problem is the BS proprietary battery, and hidden/small as can be filling port for BBs. Mag seems to keep up with my SMPed M249, So in all, its a win i guess?
"Ok so i took a chance on this because I'm a fairly small guy running a bfg and the 100 rd mag makes me much more maneuverable and goves me greater stamina on the field. Got the box mag, charged it up, and tested it out. The thing fed great, sound control was great, and i was so much faster around corners than i am with the stock 2500 rd box mag. Then I took it out to the field for an afternoon of airsofting. By the second game i was getting numerous misfeeds. I played with the feed tube to ensure i hadnt kinked it at all but still the same. Once i got home i played more and it fed awesome. This was yesterday. Today i took it out again to resight and readjust the hopup after cleaning the barrel and i have found the problem. As suggested by other reviewers on the different color mags, the sound control had rapidly gone to the crapper. Of course during the game i hadnt had the pressure switch on my person so diagnosing in the field wouldve yielded the same result. I have had this mag for a week and less than 2000 rounds until the mic stopped working.
Much lighter than original
Makes the m249 much easier to wield
Way better looking than original
Feeds great when wound
Sound control doesnt work as well as even the original
Extremely small fill hole
In summary; use the pressure switch and dont rely on the sound control and you should be fine. Honestly i do feel its superior to the stock mag.
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