Echo 1 MK36/G36 2500 rd. AEG High Capacity C-Magazine (Black)[T00B00 / SF20][02715 / ECHOMK36CMAG/ MAG-ECHO SM CMAG]
The AIM Drum Magazine For MK36 Series (Electric motor Power) is powered by four AAA batteries and holds up to 2500 rounds. It loads through the hatch on the top of the magazine like any high capacity magazine. The magazine is wound by a pressure switch that plugs into the rear of the magazine like headphones into a CD player.
This magazine is designed for most major brands of G36 such as TSD, CA, TM, JG, Echo 1, KWA, and STAR. This magazine may work with other brands of AEG but cannot be guaranteed by Airsoft GI.
Manufacturer: Echo 1
Magazine Type: C-Mag
Design: MK36 series
- Manufacturer: ECHO 1
- Color: Black
- Size: 2500 Rounds
- Material: ABS Plastic
- Package Includes: One (1) C-Mag
i bought this mag a while back, and i really like it. the motor is kind of loud but hey, it holds 2500 rnds. so if stealth is what you are after this probably isnt a good choice. overall its pretty solid, but there are no instructions that come with it. take off the left side (if looking at the back) to put the batteries in. the plastic is kind of thin so be careful. i have one of these and one for a M4, and both work great.
you dont have to wind (fast!!)
great for a support gunner
thin plastic (feels like a drop would break it)
no instructions (read above for battery installation)
really long cord(only a con casue mine is a G36C so there is a lot of extra cord)
batteries are a pain to get in
I got this c-mag about one year ago and I'm pretty satisfied. Definitely not the BEST support style magazine on the market but it does the trick. I've read a few nasty reviews about the feeding time and noise, but let me tell you why those aren't problems. If you open the mag, on the left, there's your battery compartment, motor and gears. All of which is yours to customize. I replaced the battery harness of four AAA batteries (6 volts) to a 9 volts battery clip. Now it can keep up with my 9.6 volt battery and then some. I haven't tried anything to reduce the noise, which truly sounds awful. But in my best attempt to not embarrass myself on the field, on only wind when I'm firing lol.
-2500 Rounds of chaos!
-I took a pretty hard fall and damaged this mag pretty bad. After a few minutes of minor reconstruction, it was feeding like a pro
-The sound is harsh. Not so much loud, but really unpleasant.
-Having two drums makes it hard to get your arm at a comfortable aiming position. I have am ergo grip on my full length g36. I just had to custom fit a rail at the bottom.
-Not a fun loading process. There is a powerful tension.... spring thing that you need to hold back while loading. A good funnel helps a lot