ID: 76314 (MAG-APS-AC063)
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- Metal alloy construction
- High tension spring ensures reliable feeding
- Easy to remove base plate allows for easy access to CO2
- Reinforced polymer lip
- High capacity, holds twice the number of rounds as a standard magazine
For APS XTP series Airsoft GBB PistolsCapacity:
12g CO2 CartridgeManufacturer:
APSUS Patent Number US 10,151,553
About APS / Hakkotsu
APS Limited was established in 2001. APS started by specializing in designing and building Simulation Training Equipment (Real Action Markers & Powder Balls for training simulation). APS - the three words stand for Accuracy - Pneumatics - Shooting. With their knowledge and experience that has been gained from making Real Action Markers and Projectiles, APS launched a new product line - Electronic Blow Back (EBB) products to spur the current Airsoft Market. Since entering the Airsoft industry their line of Airsoft rifles, pistols and accessories have been incredibly popular.
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"I love this mag. The gas seal is well done allowing one Co2 12g cartridge to last me all day!
"This magazine is amazing. This allows me to use my XTP even in extreme cold conditions. I recommend non-patrololium based lub to my o-ring and warm it up in your hands still as a good habit for cold weather.
"Highly recommend if you have an ACP or XTP. Good Co2 mag design.
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