G&G M4/M16 900 rd. AEG High Capacity Electric Dual Magazine (Black)[00771 / G-08-029]
The G&G Dual Electric Magazine for M4/M16 is a realistic looking ready mag system look-a-like. The battery compartment is cleverly hidden between the magazine with a trap door. The switch to activate the magazine is also in the middle on the under side of the battery compartment. The magazine holds 900 rounds and can be loaded from both sides.
Magazine Capacity: 900 BBs
Package Includes: Magazine
Batteries are not included. This magazine is recommended for use with G&G guns only. These magazines may work with other brands but they cannot be guaranteed by Airsoft GI.
- Manufacturer: G&G
- Color: Black / Grey
- Size: 900 Rounds
- Material: Metal
- Package Includes: One (1) Dual Magazine
Fits my CA, Echo1,JG bodies. Capacity is nice. Winding is activated by a switch on the bottom of the mag. Should have a sound activated or pressure switch. Even moving the switch to the back where the battery door is located would be nice. Runs on a 9v battery. No misfeed issues. Did have to take apart and repair winding spring. Like a high cap the winding spring has a tendency to brake at the bend where the spring is attached to the wheel. If you can repair a high cap then this is no problem. Overall this thing is average. It works, its a bit noisy,manually toggle the winding with the current switch location is uncomfortable.
Fits all my versions of M16/4 and my scar
Winding spring issue
Toggle switch or lack of pressure switch (I am going to mod this one)
I got this about 6 months ago, and its a beast. Worked well on my G&G L85a2, but the mag release button is hidden behind the second mag, so its kind of hard to get out. I just loaded the bbs from the outer magazine, which made it easier. requires a 9v battery. my hatch for the battery was kinda loose, sometimes it would open unintentionally, but i was careful enough not to let anything wrong happen. People would sometimes tell me "are you out of ammo yet?!?!" to which i satifyingly said "nope" lol. Then all the fun ended, and the wires for the 9v battery broke. I let a kid use it for the first time FIRST TIME HE USED IT, instantly came off, just yesterday. the hatch opened, he didnt know, and apparentely the wires are saudered together halfway into the magazine, fell off, half the wires are still attached to the battery. pissed me off, now i have to wind it with the motor pushing agianst it. not easy. anyays, its a cool thing to have, i would make sure the hatch is good to go and replace the wiring, which i am trying to do now. the switch is located underneath inbetween the mags
like 1000 rounds
easy to load
keeps up with my 23bps gun
somewhat heavy, but not that bad
hatch (may have just been mine)
must use switch