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KS 68rd E90 Mid Capacity AEG Magazine
[04880]
$15.00 $13.20
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by P. PUGH Date Added: Monday 29 June, 2009
For: KS 68rd E90 Mid Capacity AEG Magazine
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I bought seven of these, and they are a great alternative to the expensive TM magazines. This is the company that fields the P90 to Echo 1, and they are the same mags, except they say P90 instead of E90 on the side. They even have the same typo, saying the round is a 5.7x2.8 instead of 28.

They do not go through Echo1's quality control, however. The mags are not afraid to split if overloaded. Three of them did this, four did not, but the problem is very easily remedied with a few drops of superglue on the problem area.

They feed every round, and so far have fit for me on a TM P90 and an Echo1 P90. I have not tried them on a CA sportline P90 though. No fitment issues, and take a load of abuse. I have not had the KS "loose round" problem in the KS magazines, though I am experiencing it with two of three of my echo1 magazines.

Pros:
Cheap
Effective
Look nice
Good trades (not perfect, but look great)

Cons:
Split when overloaded
by R. BONISCH verified buyer Date Added: Monday 08 June, 2009
verified buyer
For: KS 68rd E90 Mid Capacity AEG Magazine
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I bought two of these magazines and i will say that they are not perfect by any means. The biggest thing i have notices wrong with these is that when i slap in the mag and then pull up on the without pinching the magazine release they can pop out. They have not fallen out or jumped out when i run around. The other reviews say that one of the rounds falls out and rattles. Like i said, i bought two, and neither of them have fallen out. I think overall this is a good buy and i wouldnt mind buying more. I have a classic army p90 and when my hi-cap broke (outrageous) I purchased these.

Pros:
Cheap
Fits decent
Holds 68Rds versus 30

Cons:
Pops off with ease
Plastic imperfections
by L. TENEBRUSO verified buyer Date Added: Monday 01 June, 2009
verified buyer
For: KS 68rd E90 Mid Capacity AEG Magazine
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First Impressions: I Got a couple of these to use with my Tokyo Marui P90 because they are much cheaper than TMs. Upon taking them out of the box, I immediately noticed they are much creakier than my three year old TM P90 locap. I also noticed a rattling sounds in both of the mags. One of the fake rounds is loose in both mags, the same round in each one. I think this will easily be fixed by opening them up and using some glue.

Cosmetics: They do not have any trademarks like the TM. Also, the bullets on the fake rounds are much redder than on the TM. Also, the TM has a fake spring pushing the fake bullets. These do not. It makes the mags look less complete. The clear plastic has a nice matte finish like the TM. There are a few more small imperfections in the plastic compared to my TM, but nothing too noticeable.

Performance: I have not actually loaded or used them yet. The little spring next to where the BBs come out is much weaker compared to the TM, and the plastic piece that blocks off the BBs when the spring isn't compressed does not appear to block as much of the hole as the TM. This will probably make loading them easier than the TM, but may cause other problems.

Conclusion: Very cheap compared to TM locaps. You pay for it in quality, feel, looks, and lack of trademarks. Next time, I think I'll try getting one or two Echo 1 P90 locaps since they are only a few dollars more. Does anybody know if they are better than these KS ones?

Pros:
Cheap
Nice matte plastic like TM

Cons:
Creaky
Same loose fake round in both mags I ordered
Lacks fake feeding spring
Small imperfections in plastic
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