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Airsoft Gun Magazine Product Details
Airsoft Parts APS 2pcs 25rd Turbo Magazine for Tokyo Marui 1911 APS Marcux Crxius GBB Pistol
– 25rd Mag Turbo Magazine For Tokyo Marui 1911 APS Marcux and Crixus 1911 GBB Pistol
– Made out of metal.
– Turbo Magazine Design.
– Take top gas out of the box.
– High tension spring ensures reliable feeding even under rapid fire.
– Reinforced polymer fe
Airsoft Gun Magazine Product Features
Made out of metal.
Turbo Magazine Design.
Suitable for APS Marcux and Crixus 1911 GBB Pistol and Compatible with Tokyo Marui 1911 series GBB pistol.
Weight – Approx 360g (180g each – 2pcs Pack)
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Airsoft Gun Mags
Airsoft weapons shoot airsoft BBs. These BBs are usually held in the weapon’s mag. These magazines normally connect to the airsoft gun very similarly to the genuine weapons they are imitated. The types of airsoft gun magazines include real capacity, mid capacity, and high capacity magazines.
Info on Airsoft Gun Magazine Types
Airsoft weapon mags come in multiple types like real capacity, mid capacity, and high capacity mags. Real capacity mags, or real-caps, simulate the quantity of airsoft BBs a genuine weapon would house, which is normally about 24 to 30 BBs. Mid capability mags, or mid-caps, enable for more airsoft BB storage with capacities about 120 to 160 BBs.
How Airsoft Mags Work
Airsoft magazines have a series of internal channels and BB storage spots. The BBs are usually filled into these channels with a spring connected to the very far end. When the BBs are loaded, they compress the spring developing tension. On the load end, a little latch holds the BBs in the magazine. When a BB is fired, the airsoft weapon launches the lock for a split second and loads another BB into the weapon out of the mag. GBB, HPA, and CO2 weapons, which use high pressure air or green gas, will frequently store the gas or feed air in through the magazine. This feeds BBs into the guns for these types of systems.
Airsoft Rifle Magazines Info
Airsoft rifle mags are most often used in automatic electric guns (AEGs) and some types of sniper rifles. The magazines are related to the type of AEG rifle and most of the kinds of that rifle are cross-compatible with the magazines. Learn more about how airsoft guns function. The AEG mags are inserted into the weapon’s mag insertion area. M4 design AEG magazines would normally work in all M4 design rifles from a brief CBQ gun with a 10 inch barrel made by G&G to a designated marksman rifle (DMR) platform with a 24″ barrel. The same idea would apply to AK47 AEG magazines with swapability in between different AK rifle platforms. AEG rifle mags can store in between 60 to 200+ airsoft BBs.
Airsoft SMG Mags Information
Airsoft SMG mags AEG are similarly separated by gun model and usable between different submachine guns (SMGs). These SMG magazines also come in real capacity, mid capacity, and high capacity versions with BB storage capacities varying from around 24 airsoft BBs with real capacity mags to over 200 BBs with high capacity mags. Rifle Mags for Green Gas and HPA Systems Green gas rifles (including GBB versions) and weapons powered by high pressure air (HPA) frequently have their own custom design depending upon the airsoft weapon brand. These mags use air and gas to function so the mags typically include builtin gas storage areas or pre-tapped for HPA tank connections. The mags used in GBB weapons house gas in the magazine so the rifle cycles every shot and feeds in the next BB. HPA pre-tapped mags use HPA lines which are attached to the valves and let the pressurized air to stream in through the mag. This setup feeds the airsoft BBs into the HPA gun.
Airsoft Pistol Magazines Info
Airsoft handgun magazines are typically less flexible when compared to the AEG mags used in rifles and SMGs. The majority of airsoft handgun magazines house around 20 to 30 airsoft BBs.