Not worth it. I have 3 of these mags for my kjw m1911 tac and while some parts of it are great (the fps for example), its not really worth the hassle. The first 30 shots will usually push the slide back too far so i have to slam it forward with my hand to reload the next round. After that, it works great and it does shoot harder than the propane mag. Another problem is that if your gunna use the co2 mags you should prolly use .23s cause i actually lost a substantial bit of accuracy with the co2 mags using p-force hi polished .2g bbs. Overall i would just say dont waste the time/money/ and effort. Destroys the gun much quicker because of the increased pressure, looks kinda goofy with the extension for the co2 but thats not too big a deal. Oh and i had to replace one of my mags right away cause the valve was bad.
Long story short, when you weigh the pros and cons, it really isnt worth it. Just go propane mags. They'll make your gun last longer, never fail, and as long as you use propane its CHEAP...
- Shoots harder
- harder on the gun
- valves are kinda iffy
- less accuracy with .2s (recommend .23s)
- kicks slide back too far with first 30 shots
- co2 is more expensive than propane (overall and per shot)
- not worth it by any means
Rating: [2 of 5 Stars!]