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G&G Ready Magazine System
[02857 / G-07-053]
$45.00
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by S. JONES verified buyer Date Added: Friday 19 February, 2010
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For: G&G Ready Magazine System
Product Information:
G&G's Redi Mag clone.

The redi mag is designed to hold an additional magazine at the magwell for fast mag changes. The G&G Ready Mag is a copy of the real steal MK I Redi-Mag.

The G&G ready mag works well as a repository for another loaded mag. I've tested with JG, MAG, G&G, and King Arms mags and it holds all of them securely. The mag release extension frees both magazines at once, making it imminently suitable for very fast mag changes. I use one on my personal rifle and can change mags more than twice as fast as anyone else on my team.

However, if you're looking for a battery box in an empty mag, I'd suggest looking at a real steal Redi-Mag MK II. In that system the mag release on the magwell will only release the mag in the magwell. In my opinion the G&G ready mag is not suitable for use as a battery box without modification.

The finish kind of took me aback when I first saw it: it's a silvery, primer grey looking affair. But it's grown on me as it works well with my OD furniture and breaks up the black receiver a bit more. The mag release extension works well, and is easy to push. The additional spring strength is minimal, and I'm happy with it's performance. The mag retention block on the ready mag, however, isn't angled, so inserting a mag into the ready mag is difficult without pushing the mag release button. I've yet to make this modification, but it's something I will be doing soon.

The right hand side sports an engraved "G&G Armament" that I was pleased to see. My GR16 is very happy with her new jewelry.

Overall, this is a must have for CQB, and a should have for woodland play. With ten minutes and a file, the only con is a plus.

Pros:
Loaded mag ready to drop and slam into the magwell at a split second's notice
Gives your M4 that super-tactical goodness


Cons:
Cannot insert a fresh mag in the ready mag without depressing the mag release without modification.
by C. WECKL Date Added: Friday 09 October, 2009
For: G&G Ready Magazine System
Product Information:
This particular unit comes pre-equipped to the G&G C.R.W.

I have recently had one of these in the shop, and to what I could get out of it, it just gets in the way.
You really don't want this to hold an extra mag, because, it doesn't hold a mag, it's meant to hold a dummy mag that holds a small battery. It really doesn't hold functioning magazines, they can just fall out with a tap.

So what I'm trying to say is, this is just a big chunk of metal that gets in the way. The owner of the CRW specifically asked me to remove it and wire the gun to the front.

Pros:
Can hold a battery if you want to wire your gun through the side of the receiver.

But who in the right mind would want to do that when we have spacious stocks, empty hand guards, and roomy PEQ boxes.

Cons:
Fat chunk of metal
Gets in the way
Adds unnecessary weight
Wont hold a functioning mag
Looks incredibly stupid
Scratches the front of your mag well
by J. LEVISTON Date Added: Tuesday 10 February, 2009
For: G&G Ready Magazine System
Product Information:
This is to hold another magazine without breaking your mag well. It is actually a few seconds slower than a mag clamp. It has a hole that allows you to put a wire through to connect to a battery. You WILL need modification unless your gun already comes with a hole in the side which I highly doubt. If you are going to use it as a magazine holder here's how it works. If you have areal steel style mag release in which you press the button and the other side sticks out you can use it. Theres's this one button where the thing that pops out of you gun when you press the mag release
is and as you press the mag release it loosens its grip on the magazine and you can pull it out and put the mag in the mag well. Forgot to tell you, this mounts on the side of your gun. It works for my classic army M4 and my Marui one.

Pros:
Hole to slip wires through
lets you keep another mag at any time, no need for buying 100 mag clamps.
Very helpful

Cons:
Gets in the way of your bolt stop a bit.
If you have a M203, this is not for you. It is awkard to fire the M203 with this on because this is in the way.
Very stiff gears

Overall: Good. Buy this if you want to hold a battery . You will need drilling.
Don't buy this for your mags.Get mag clamps instead uless you don't want to spend$$$ or don't want to mess up your magwell. Four stars because of price.
by R. MITCHENER Date Added: Thursday 15 May, 2008
For: G&G Ready Magazine System
A quick summary of this product; it is suppose to hold another magazine so whilst the airsofter is in combat and needs to reload they do not have to reach into a pounch and remove a magazine from there. Here is what most people do not understand, this is not as fast as a clamp it is actually a significant amount slower. Although the problem with a clamp is that due to the extra weight it over time weakens the screws threading and losens the guns ability to hold the magazine. This usually takes a significant amount of time unless you lay prone.

Pros:
This does not reduce the guns ability to hold a magazine.
This product has a built in area in which a battery cord can escape allowing the device to be used as an external battery for the M4 style guns that are not RIS. This allows for higher voltage, without reducing the guns visual appeal.
When you click the mag release button for the mag in the gun it releases the mag in the ready mag system.
It holds the mag at the same height as the magazine in the clip.

Cons:
It does not tighten as strongly as it should.
Very stiff buttons and gears.
Internal padding does not stay securly in ready mag system, making it likely to scratch the magazine (This may be an isolated incedent)

Recomendations:
I would start by superglueing in the internal padding to ensure it stays in there nice and snug. Due to the ready mags position if you happen to want to use it as an external battery storage for the M4 style guns I would recommend getting a cord extension of some kind. (Check the large to small and small to large cord connectors, they may need filing to fit through the M4 holes in the hand guard)
A perfect way to remove the usage of Li-poly batteries in high end guns.

Overall:
This product holds a battery or external magazine, although it does wobble a slight bit it in no way damages the gun and can easily be fixed with the adding of padding inbetween the ready mag system and the gun itself. Stiff gears can be adjusted with either a wear and tear system or just lubrications.
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