Features Metal alloy construction Compatible with 12g CO2 cartridges 21 round capacity Manufacturer: Sig Sauer / OEM: VFC (UPC: 798681605088) Specifications: Compatibility:
SIG Sauer Proforce P320 M17 MHS GBB Pistol
12g CO2 cartridge
About SIG SAUER
SIG SAUER, Inc. is a leading provider and manufacturer of firearms, electro-optics, ammunition, airguns, suppressors, and training. For over 150 years SIG SAUER, Inc. has evolved, and thrived, by blending American ingenuity, German engineering, and Swiss precision. Today, SIG SAUER is synonymous with industry-leading quality and innovation which has made it the brand of choice amongst the U.S. Military, the global defense community, law enforcement, competitive shooters, hunters, and responsible citizens. Additionally, SIG SAUER is the premier provider of elite firearms instruction and tactical training at the SIG SAUER Academy. Headquartered in Newington, New Hampshire, SIG SAUER has almost 2,000 employees across eight locations in the U.S. and around the world.
About SIG AIR
SIG SAUER air pistols, air rifles and accessories are engineered to elevate airguns to a new standard of performance. Perfected for practice with every advantage built in, these airguns are the economic, authentic answer to training more often, more effectively.
The SIG AIR ProForce line of airsoft guns is designed for professionals who train frequently and want the option of training safely in realistic force-on-force scenarios. SIG SAUER is a huge proponent of training, and we will continue to offer our customers numerous new product options to facilitate the safe practice of gun handling and target shooting in various environments.
(Write a review) "As with previous reviews the main issue with the CO2 mags is that they are made relatively cheap. The Base cover is made of a cheap and brittle plastic that has an extremely small lip to clip it into the mag, which breaks from even small falls onto hard surfaces. I had one pop off just from a 12 inch drop onto my desk doing dry reloads when i first got the replica. The other problem is the spring, which can break the feeding lips under the force of the spring. its good to practice only holding it part way down while reloading and slide it down more as needed. another fix can be to shorten the spring by ~.5" to .75" and more as necessary. "So far I'm a little disappointed with these magazines... love the handgun but the mags really get on my nerves. First day out on the field I was loading one, when the spring slipped out of the grip of my thumb nail. Instead of just pulling it back and trying again, I never got the chance because the pressure of the spring coming up snapped off the feed lip of the magazine, and sent it flying across the field...so far I cant find any replacement parts so my co2 mag is now a paperweight after only a few uses. When it was working, It was great. No feeding issues and no problems with leaking. "This magazine is very strange. I both love and hate it. Its functionality is great. Its very nice to slip the CO2 in the back without having to remove anything to do it. It also has a nice finish on it that hasn't scraped much so far. However, the base plate is a very cheap plastic that breaks easily if you drop it on a hard surface. I very strongly recommend putting a small strip of duct tape across the back to hold the base in place. Even if its not broken. What happened to me is the little plastic teeth that snap it in place break. And if that base plate shifts even a little then the part that holds the spring in place will move and the spring will get tangled in it.
I also agree with the other review that says the spring is too strong for its own good. Its not a terrible idea to cut a little bit of it off. Read More Reviews Write a Review
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