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KJW M9 26 rd. Gas Pistol Magazine (Black)
[00698 / GBB-601-MAG / V944031]
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by B. SEIM verified buyer Date Added: Saturday 22 May, 2010
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For: KJW M9 26 rd. Gas Pistol Magazine (Black)
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I ordered 2 of these to complement my KJW M9 Elite. At first they worked fine. They held gas and had no leaks whatsoever. About a month of use the gas regulator pipe sprung out of place just inside the fill valve. The mag still functions fine it is just an annoyance. The second mag started leaking gas from the magazine bottom o-ring. This happens when the two magazine pins (the two near the bottom of the mag) become misaligned. They are very hard to straighten by oneself. This happened with every KJW M9 mag (3 total). They work but I would recommend the Marui Silver M9 or the WE M9 mags. They have solid metal pins instead of punch pins. If you only use your side arm sparingly then these mags would be perfect. However should you use yours heavily I recommend the ones I mentioned before.

Great Gas Capacity
Great Ammo Capacity
Good Weight

Design Flaw
by M. DUNN verified buyer Date Added: Sunday 04 July, 2010
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For: KJW M9 26 rd. Gas Pistol Magazine (Black)
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Works good when its not broken. I read reviews before i bought the gun and they said the plastic tip that feeds the bbs easily breaks, and i ignored the reviews, then my plastic tip broke off. You have been warned.

nice metal

crappy plastic
by R. GRUNDISH verified buyer Date Added: Monday 11 May, 2009
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For: KJW M9 26 rd. Gas Pistol Magazine (Black)
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solid gas mag. no complaints, works well. My m9 chrono'd at 308 fps with greengas. This mag will shoot all 25 shots and have gas left over enough for atleast another half mag worth of bbs.

solid, holds 25 bbs (26 if you cram) Slides in and out of my kjw m9 with ease.

kinda heavy. Keep an eye on that o ring inside the fill valve. They have a tendency to stick to the gas nozzle and pop out. If it does pop out (and this is going to sound weird) use the inside tube of any ink pen to push it back into place. (not the writing tip, the opposite end) It fits perfectly. You'll know what i mean if you ever try it
by M. MCKEON verified buyer Date Added: Friday 13 February, 2009
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For: KJW M9 26 rd. Gas Pistol Magazine (Black)
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KJW Stanrd Magazine
these are solid , and it should be known you must wait at least 5 minutes after filling your mags , to let the gas expand and settle.

solid heavy metal construction
easy to use

we will see how it holds up ... just got mine.
by B. HSU Date Added: Friday 23 May, 2008
For: KJW M9 26 rd. Gas Pistol Magazine (Black)
I bought the magazine for the m9 full metal gas pistol but for some reason it sometimes runs out of gas after 3-4 shots or when i put in my second mag after a 10 or 20 minutes it doesnt have any gas at all. Can anyone help me with this problem? I filled it up with green gas for about 2-4 seconds, mabye thats to long? or do i have a gas leak with the magazine or is it the pistol itself?
by S. DIEDESCH Date Added: Friday 21 December, 2007
For: KJW M9 26 rd. Gas Pistol Magazine (Black)
In brief, this is the toughest piece of hardware I've ever seen for AirSoft.

The shell is an incredibly heavy piece of metal. It's too hard to be the zinc-aluminum stuff that the rest of these things are made out of, but weighs a bit more than regular aluminum shoud.
The spring is strong, and while this makes it a pain to reload magazines, it never fails to load.

The KJW magazines encounter the same issues that the WE full-metal .45 series does, in that with such a powerful, gas-hog pistol, the rapid cooling of gasses means that extreme rapid-fire will use up an entire magazine in less than twelve shots. However, in single- and doubletap-firing, thje magazines will take two loads of 16 rounds, plus the first chambered round, and usually have a little pressure left-over to vent afterward.

The magazine itself holds 26 rounds, but it's tight to fit the last one in after 25, and I wouldn't recommend it. Personally, I load mine in 16+1 configuration, unless the pistol is the only weapon I'm using.

Durable, reliable, and holds 25 rounds.

25 is a lot, yes, but I wish these guys would hurry up and make a 50-round stick for this thing already.
by M. SKOKAUCKAS Date Added: Friday 16 February, 2007
For: KJW M9 26 rd. Gas Pistol Magazine (Black)
Outstanding GBB Magazines by KJW!

Full metal, light yet durable, these magazines from KJW are some of the best on the Airsoft market today. They hold an impressive amount of green gas as well as 26 rounds. The valve system on these magazines are second to none. (Be sure to keep a small amount of gas in magazine(s) while stored to keep seals tight)

I own four of these magazines and I team them up with a HFC M190 (M92F) pistol and can tell you from time spent in the field...getting shot at...that they work great and will not let you down! A perfect magazine for most M92F pistols...just be sure to check and make sure that these are compatible with your current GBB sidearm.

Total performance and durability...these GBB magazines are a must for any hard-core airsoft trooper carryin a M92 sidearm into combat!

Great Job KJW!
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