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UK Arms 2500rd M4/M16 High Capacity AEG C-Mag (Motorized)
[02901 / IU-M4CMAG]
$55.00 $48.40
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by E. RUPENTHAL Date Added: Sunday 10 February, 2008
For: UK Arms 2500rd M4/M16 High Capacity AEG C-Mag (Motorized)
I got this magizine over christmas and used it in about 3 battels it is durable and cleans easily. But this magizine has to be held up in my G&G to load propaly so if you are planing on buying one for a G&G don't unless you want to hold up your magizine. Also this gun does work in my friends Echo1 and feeds fine. But the I am questing if this can keep up the ROF of a upgraded gun so I suggest buying a higher quality mag or just stiking with hi-caps. Overall this is a good purchase if you want to be a support gunner ,on a lower ROF gun, and dont have the money to purchase a SAW.
by S. DIEDESCH Date Added: Sunday 16 December, 2007
For: UK Arms 2500rd M4/M16 High Capacity AEG C-Mag (Motorized)
Having owned a CA M15A4 and TSD M4 Tactical, and having used and reviewed both a TM M16A2, and an Echo-1 M4 over the last six years, I would say that I'm quite well-versed in the AirSoft rendition of the ArmaLite 5.56mm rifle.

I've also used lots and lots of different magazines; some quite good, and some not quite so good.

The UK Arms C-mag is so bad that it doesn't even deserve to be called "not-quite-so-good". In fact, I would go as far as to say it's downright bad.

This is coming from a guy who can compare the Echo-1 M16 to his own SystemA/G&P rebuilt Classic Army gun in a positive light, so please don't think I'm being an elitist jerk when I say that this magazine is a waste of $50 dollars that you could spend on two 300-round hicaps.

The UK Arms C-mag is a slightly cheaper rebadged version of the AIM "S" twin-coil C-magazine also marketed by AirSoft GI. THe magazine's body is comparable to any of the top-shelf guns, but that's where the similarities end.

The pigtail switch has serious connection issues. If you unplug it too many times, the connection point will break away from the magazine inside, and then you're quite out of luck, since this is the only way to wind the magazine. THis is a rather nice problem, compared to, say, the fact that the high-cap loading mechanism used inside could have seen serious improvement if you were to hand out a few dozen to teething third-world babies to gnaw on.

I'm not exaggerating one bit when I say that the magazine's mechanics were assembled half-backwards from shoddy parts, with crooked springs installed in the wrong places, and gears that don't quite grip eachother, a battery container that doesn't have anywhere to go inside, and a highcap mechanism that's glued together, not even screwed together, so you can't take it apart to repair even if you wanted to.

If you have the time and money to spend, you might try adapting this magazine to the internals from another high-capacity magazine, though to be honest, the thing was so poorly assembled that I couldn't even tell you which kid of magazine to use.

Mine didn't even make it through 30 rounds, and the place I bought it from gave me a real hassle in returning it.

If you really must try your luck, PLEASE buy it from here. Not only will the price be better, but AirSoft GI's fantastic customer service will take much better care of you than Evike's staff, when this magazine inevitably fails.
by E. BAKKEN Date Added: Monday 03 December, 2007
For: UK Arms 2500rd M4/M16 High Capacity AEG C-Mag (Motorized)
The mag is obviously not as good as the $150 dollar predecessors but for the money you can’t go wrong. I have not used it in a real game yet, but I have strung out a few hundred rounds with this thing and all I can say is WOW. Its really something else when you slap one of these suckers into your M4. Its like HHMMMM! Satisfying! Anyway, it’s constructed like you would expect it to be, it’s a bit of a pain to load, and its made out of plastic. These are not even real complaints they are just facts of the matter. All in all, If you want to try out a drum mag and not spend more on it than you did for your gun, purchase this and try it out, it works really well for what I can see. It would be a 5 if it wasn’t for the fact that there are better drum mags on the market. But certainly not for this price.
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