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Echo 1 2500rd MK36/G36 High Capacity AEG C-Mag
[02715 / ECHOMK36CMAG]
$65.00
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by V. LUNA Date Added: Friday 21 February, 2014
For: Echo 1 2500rd MK36/G36 High Capacity AEG C-Mag
Product Information:
I got this c-mag about one year ago and I'm pretty satisfied. Definitely not the BEST support style magazine on the market but it does the trick. I've read a few nasty reviews about the feeding time and noise, but let me tell you why those aren't problems. If you open the mag, on the left, there's your battery compartment, motor and gears. All of which is yours to customize. I replaced the battery harness of four AAA batteries (6 volts) to a 9 volts battery clip. Now it can keep up with my 9.6 volt battery and then some. I haven't tried anything to reduce the noise, which truly sounds awful. But in my best attempt to not embarrass myself on the field, on only wind when I'm firing lol.

Pros:
-2500 Rounds of chaos!
-Aggressive looking
-I took a pretty hard fall and damaged this mag pretty bad. After a few minutes of minor reconstruction, it was feeding like a pro

Cons:
-The sound is harsh. Not so much loud, but really unpleasant.
-Having two drums makes it hard to get your arm at a comfortable aiming position. I have am ergo grip on my full length g36. I just had to custom fit a rail at the bottom.
-Not a fun loading process. There is a powerful tension.... spring thing that you need to hold back while loading. A good funnel helps a lot
by C. CLINGENPEEL verified buyer Date Added: Tuesday 10 February, 2009
verified buyer
For: Echo 1 2500rd MK36/G36 High Capacity AEG C-Mag
Product Information:
i bought this mag a while back, and i really like it. the motor is kind of loud but hey, it holds 2500 rnds. so if stealth is what you are after this probably isnt a good choice. overall its pretty solid, but there are no instructions that come with it. take off the left side (if looking at the back) to put the batteries in. the plastic is kind of thin so be careful. i have one of these and one for a M4, and both work great.

Pros:
2500 rnds
you dont have to wind (fast!!)
looks great
no misfeeds
great for a support gunner


Cons:
thin plastic (feels like a drop would break it)
no instructions (read above for battery installation)
really long cord(only a con casue mine is a G36C so there is a lot of extra cord)
batteries are a pain to get in
by A. DWORAK Date Added: Thursday 01 May, 2008
For: Echo 1 2500rd MK36/G36 High Capacity AEG C-Mag
Mag is terriable, even with a garbage 8.4v half charged powerizer, this POS cant keep up, even has trouble will fast firing on semi, i put in my 9.6v intellect 1400 battery, and thing on full auto shoots like burst of bbs, and a couple at a time, thing is awful, i know alot of people get on here and rag on products but really this thing deserves a 0 out of 10, maybe a 1 out of 10, cause it has a pressure switch which functions nicely it just doesnt feed at all close to what i need. BTW the gun im shooting is a TSD g36, however it does the same thing with my ca-sl8, and TM g36c, so its not the gun its the mag.
by T. ROSE Date Added: Friday 16 November, 2007
For: Echo 1 2500rd MK36/G36 High Capacity AEG C-Mag
I bought this the other week and maybe its just my rate of fire or something on my gun... but the drum mag will NOT feed!!! On semi it will fire great! but wtf do you need a drum mag for if your shooting semi?!?!?! and it makes a terrible noise when winding... death to my ears... overall its not terrible but its not worth 65 bucks thats for sure...hope i was of some help.
by C. WRIGHT verified buyer Date Added: Wednesday 03 October, 2007
verified buyer
For: Echo 1 2500rd MK36/G36 High Capacity AEG C-Mag
I have had 3 of these. They work great. Quite durable. And not to mention the price is unbeatable. The only problem I have ever had out of these mags is the batteries dying on the field othet than that it is an outstanding item. I highly recommend it for someone who wants to be a support gunner, and doesn't want to shell out $550 -1200 buck for a SAW or an M60.
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