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King Arms 98rd MK36/G36 Mid Capacity AEG Magazine
[05681 / KA-MAG-05-V]
$50.00
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by S. GOOD verified buyer Date Added: Thursday 22 August, 2013
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For: King Arms 98rd MK36/G36 Mid Capacity AEG Magazine
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i bought a pack in 2010 with the JG G36C (sadly discontinued because Umarex sued most companies for rights to make H&K replica airsoft guns). They fed nicely and held 90-95 rounds, give or take because i didnt take the time to properly break them in. a few of the plastic nubs that you use to clip the mags together broke and i could only clip 4 together (including the hi-cap i got with the gun). these were a very snug fit, had to give the bottom of the mag a slap to fully seat it in the magwell. you need large magazine pouches to hold these, they are very fat and can only fit one in a standard M4/M16 pouch. don't abuse these and they will serve you well

Pros:
-5 pack
-holds 3 times the capacity of the real things
-lightweight
-fits snug (in a JG well)
-doesn't cost as much as the ares packs
-nice finish that matches most stock high-caps
-numbers and writting on the mags

Cons:
-fat
-only fits one in a M4/M16 pouch
-plastic nubs for stacking mags broke on two
-difficult to stack at first (which is how i broke a few nubs)
-makes that loud plastic clack sound when two bang together

overall, i'd buy these again in a heartbeat. they're just the right capacity to play milsim and tactsim, and they're affordable enough to buy a couple packs to not break the bank, but as i said above, they dont fit in standard 5.56 pouches. use AK or larger pouches to carry these things in. 4/5 for the breaking nubs, everything else is good
by B. MOORE verified buyer Date Added: Saturday 12 June, 2010
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For: King Arms 98rd MK36/G36 Mid Capacity AEG Magazine
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these are pretty ok mags. i got them for kwa g36c and they fit VERY snug. thats good and bad because they are a little too tight so getting them in requires an extra slap on the bottom (i think someone said that earlier) and getting them out requires a tug. they are EXTREMELY good for what you pay for them and to describe them simply: it do what it do. dont spend a ton of money on mags from the company. get these, they are good enough. (opinion) O.O

Pros:
-no wobble or noise compared to high cap.
-very cost-effective.
-stack together positively. (ive seen people on here trash the clips saying they will break easily but ive snaped them together and apart being a little rough on them and they dont look or feel like they are going to break any time soon).


Cons:
-you have to make sure they are in all the way and slap the bottom to make sure they are in.
-tight in the mag well obviously, but i shaved down a part on it and it slides in easier. so if you feel like fixing minor problems, thats not really a big deal. lol
-ive noticed that sometimes when i hit my mags together hard, the springs will let one or 2 bbs go out. idk what the deal with that is. it may just be mine but i dont plan on throwing my full mags into walls when i go on rage fits so i dont see it being that big of a problem.
-PRETTY MUCH ALL OF THE CONS ARE MINOR OR CAN BE FIXED
by L. WYLDER verified buyer Date Added: Tuesday 05 January, 2010
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For: King Arms 98rd MK36/G36 Mid Capacity AEG Magazine
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I use these mags for my JG MK36 Rifle with the built in scope. These magazines definitely do their job and give you a decent capacity and a good amount of magazines for the price. These really are the best G36 mid-caps for the money. They are a tight fit at first but just give them a satisfying slap at the bottom and they will break in. Of course my stock high-cap mag comes in and out easily. Mag pouches if your wondering I've heard fit best in double or tripple AK molle pouches which I will get. I even have used them in my East German 4-Cell mag pouch and they all fit perfectly (random I know). They are built of a durable plastic EXCEPT the hooks and connectors to clip them together. All the hooks on every single one of my mags have broke trying to either clip them together or take them apart. Clip them at your own risk. If you do manage to clip some, I suggest keeping them that way.

Pros:
Good capacity
More realistic than high caps
Decent price
5 mags
Fit into my JG MK36

Cons:
Plastic hooks and connectors are CHEAP. Break easily.
Hard to find compatable mag pouches.
by C. EGGLESTON verified buyer Date Added: Friday 02 October, 2009
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For: King Arms 98rd MK36/G36 Mid Capacity AEG Magazine
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These work find in my JG G36k, I recommend them to anyone looking for extra magazines. They are thick plastic, do not creak or flex, and are flat black (not shiny looking).

The only reason I gave them a 4 instead of a 5 rating is because they are a very snug fit in my particular gun, while the stock magazine fits much better.

Pros:
Durable plastic.
Stacks well (good thing since they are difficult to get in and out of magazine pouches)
Did not notice any poor workmanship anywhere on magazines.
Metal BB release for easy unloading of magazines.
Very cheap for 5 magazines, I remember paying about $35 a few years ago for a single low-cap magazine.


Cons:
Magazines are fat, very tight fit in my single mag pouches (not King Arms fault, just the design of the G36 magazines in general).
Very tight fit in my JG G36k magazine well, I have to slap them in to ensure they are properly seated after inserting them.
My stock hi-cap magazine slides in and out very easily, I may try to sand the upper portion down on these.
by D. MITCHELL verified buyer Date Added: Saturday 05 September, 2009
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For: King Arms 98rd MK36/G36 Mid Capacity AEG Magazine
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When I first got these they were tough to fit into my JG g36k, and even tougher to clip together. After a while they worked themselves out and will slide easily in and out of my gun, but the mag stacking is still difficult.

Pros:
-Durable feeling
-haven't had any misfeeds
-bb's haven,t sprayed out randomly (yet)

Cons:
-tough to put in magwell at first (requires a cool-looking smack in the bottom)
-Tough to clip together

Overall I'd say that the price makes it all worth it. You only pay $10 per mag, and they work really well with very little defects.
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