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CYMA 29rd CM030 M18 Standard Capacity AEP Magazine
[02078 / CM030-MAGAZINE]
$16.94 $15.42
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by L. WRIGHT Date Added: Tuesday 25 March, 2014
For: CYMA 29rd CM030 M18 Standard Capacity AEP Magazine
Product Information:
Almost necessary for those with a cm030. 29 rounds can go by quickly (especially when firing on full auto).

Pros:
Full Metal
Durable
Great feel!

Cons:
Kind of expensive
Screws become loose and need to be tightened every 6 months or so, but not a big deal
by C. KAEFER verified buyer Date Added: Tuesday 27 January, 2009
verified buyer
For: CYMA 29rd CM030 M18 Standard Capacity AEP Magazine
Product Information:
These magazines are definitely very durable. The outside is made fully out of metal. Be careful if it's fully loaded because if you accidentally push down the tabs on the top, bbs will be flying everywhere. Easy to get in and out of the gun, can be a bit tricky to load them up though. On full auto, you can empty this in a couple seconds.

Pros:
Metal
Good capacity on semi-auto
Go in and out of the gun easily
Durable



Cons:
Could be easier to load them
The tabs on top can be pushed accidentally causing bbs to fly out
Empty in a couple seconds on full auto
by M. MURAWSKI verified buyer Date Added: Sunday 07 December, 2008
verified buyer
For: CYMA 29rd CM030 M18 Standard Capacity AEP Magazine
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Anyone who owns one, or is planning on buying one, MAKE SURE you tighten the top-most two screws on the back of the mag. They hold the feed lip assembly together and if they come loose, as they do during normal play, the feed lip will not hold properly. I tightened mine up as soon as I bought them and they feed PERFECTLY. The only way you lose a round out of these mags is if you load up, and don't fire all 29 rounds. Then, ONE will drop out of the feed nozzle area inside the gun. It is NOT a fault of the mag. All AEGs have this problem as far as I know. The feed lip is very stiff at first, but loosens up after a few loads/unloads and remains, to the best of my knowledge, working like a dream. Both a pro AND con is that the mag release causes them to drop from the gun. This is good because it facilitates fast reloads; bad because the mags have a very open design and will fill with dirt if you miss catching it. Overall 4.7/5. Will round up to 5.

Pros:
ALL metal
Both of mine feed perfectly
Lock into the cm030 with a very crisp and sturdy sound
Adds nicely to the weight of the gun

Cons:
The screws need to be tightened every once in a while during normal use
Tended to release all the bbs loaded while breaking in
Open design will fill easily with debris
by D. JANKOVICH verified buyer Date Added: Sunday 06 April, 2008
verified buyer
For: CYMA 29rd CM030 M18 Standard Capacity AEP Magazine
I am VERY displeased with this magazine. I took it out of the box, tried to load it with the speed loader that came with my glock, and the BB's just ERUPTED from the top when I pulled the loader away. I tried it a few more imes, and identified the problem. The retainer tabs on the top didn't have any springs. I am PISSED!!! I spent 20 bucks for a magazine that didn't even come out of the BOX working
by J. PINE Date Added: Tuesday 19 June, 2007
For: CYMA 29rd CM030 M18 Standard Capacity AEP Magazine
These are very nice Magazines, they fire pretty well. They do tend to get loose within a day or two of good use, what I mean is that the screws on the back of it become loose and may fall out if you are not carefull they are easily able to screw back in. If you want to fix this just put a small amount of super glue on each and they should hold without causing any trouble sliding in and out. There is another clip that holds one hundred rounds from airsoft atlanta for double the price
by M. PLESSNER Date Added: Saturday 07 April, 2007
For: CYMA 29rd CM030 M18 Standard Capacity AEP Magazine
Full metal magazine, very nice. BB's feed in from the top in a double stack set-up. Very worth the money as 29 rounds will go quick when the adrenaline is kicking in (I won't lecture on trigger control) but it is always nice to have a back up! Worth it, durable, and dependable.
by D. JESKE Date Added: Monday 19 February, 2007
For: CYMA 29rd CM030 M18 Standard Capacity AEP Magazine
Great,A Must If you like to hose somethin down on full auto.But still a must if you want a fast reload without a speed loader.Holds 30rounds.Ill put 28 to give air.It is metal.Holded buy 8 screws.Nice and clean.BBS will be doubled stacked.i love it.Check out my sig 552 or x-facter G18 review.I got some more floated around but ya.
never had a missfeed yet.When put in and take out it loses 2 bbs.Unles you shot then 1 in chamber.When u put it in it and fire it wont shoot any bbs but second fire will fire a bb.
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