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Lancer Tactical M4/M16 Flash High Capacity Magazine (Tan)
[10662 / CA-04T]
$18.70
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by G. FURE Date Added: Wednesday 29 January, 2014
For: Lancer Tactical M4/M16 Flash High Capacity Magazine (Tan)
Product Information:
It's a flash mag, so you only have to pull the string instead of winding a wheel. Fits well in most M4s, and I have only had one feeding problem, which was fixed by taking it out, shaking it, and putting it back in.

Pros:
No winding, only string pulls
fits well
metal

Cons:
has some feeding issues
BB's rattle, as in all high caps
by A. LOPEZ verified buyer Date Added: Thursday 12 December, 2013
verified buyer
For: Lancer Tactical M4/M16 Flash High Capacity Magazine (Tan)
Product Information:
I got this mag with my G&G TR15. It fed very well and wound up fast. However, the mag breaks VERY easily, I've had two break in the past 6 weeks.

Pros:
- WInds fast
- Feeds well
- Better than standard Hi-Cap

Cons:
- Cheap, feels hollow
- Breaks very easy.
- Color isn't tan. It's more of a grayish brown.
by R. MEDAL verified buyer Date Added: Monday 18 November, 2013
verified buyer
For: Lancer Tactical M4/M16 Flash High Capacity Magazine (Tan)
Product Information:
Flash Magazines are a must have item for anyone using high caps.

The design replaces the bottom wheel with a pull string. The pull string is hidden from view behind a door flap. The internals give you a different sound when fully wound, just like wheel mags.


These are so effective that anytime someone sees me use them for the first time, they instantly want to get some. I get a lot of compliments


Pros:
With about 3 or 4 pulls at the start of a skirmish and I can go through my whole 350 round magazine. Itís very nice to not have to think about my magazine.

A nice touch is that the fill door clicks into the closed and open position. Magazines that donít do this are annoying.


Cons:
The pull string gives you the ability to put allot of force on the internal mechanism. In the heat of battle I gave it a couple of fast pulls and broke the inside. This can also happen to wheel magazines if you continue to roll after it is fully wound.

I was able to open the magazine and repair the damage with a paper clip. But, it was very hard to do because the internals are so small.

I blame the user for this incident but it is worth noting that it is easier to ruin than a wheel magazine. I purchased two magazines and only damaged one. Pull gently.
by T. COSTA Date Added: Sunday 19 May, 2013
For: Lancer Tactical M4/M16 Flash High Capacity Magazine (Tan)
Product Information:
this mag is awesome, it feeds great, easy to use, and it emptys the whole mag.

Pros:
feeding
capacity
fits into most easy

Cons:
it doesnt drop out of a kwa unless lubed up :)
on one of mine the door got kinda of fucked up but idk if my dad broke
by N. WARDNER Date Added: Tuesday 18 December, 2012
For: Lancer Tactical M4/M16 Flash High Capacity Magazine (Tan)
Product Information:
I've always been a naysayer when it comes to hi-caps, but these magazines made me think otherwise.

Realism arguments (and the fun of reloading frequently) aside, these hi-caps remove what was, in my opinion, the biggest problem with hi-caps: the winding wheel on the bottom.

Wheels look stupid, take forever to wind (and you have to do it constantly), and are painful to wind if you're bare-handed or it's cold out.

These mags remove that problem by using a really cool pullstring (which i believe is made of a metal wire) to wind the wheel for you. the wheel is also concealed under a flap that's easy to open, but doesn't just pop open if you shake the gun.

Basically, they look like mid-caps and have no painful and time-consuming wheel, but they have the epic capacity of a hi-cap. the only place you lose is that they still make noise as the loose bbs move around inside..

Overall, these are amazing magazines: beautiful build quality (metal), they feed excellently, and they make winding your hi-cap fast and painless, which is a HUGE advantage in cqb and saves your fingers in long, potentially chilly (i live in michigan) field games.

THESE ARE A MUST-BUY for anyone who uses midcaps. I cannot express how happy I am with these magazines.

Pros:
-metal construction with quality paintjob (it's a pretty dark tan)
-feed flawlessly
-no unrealistic wheel visible on bottom
-pull-string winding is faster and less painful than wheel winding.

Cons:
-bbs make that tacky jostling sound because it's a hi-cap
-hi-caps are inherently unrealistic :\
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