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Airsoft Gun Magazine Product Details
Airsoft Parts Army 3pcs 28rd Mag Magazine for R27 R28 M.E.U. GBB Black
– ARMY 28rd Pistol Magazine For R28 R27 M.E.U. GBB
– Metal Construction.
– Spare magazine for ARMY R28 Gas Blow Back pistol.
– Compatible with Army Armament R28 (Kimber Warrior) / R27 (M.E.U.) Series.
– Color – Black
– Weight – Approx 498g (166g each – 3p
Airsoft Gun Magazine Product Features
Capacity – 28rd
Suitable for 6mm Plastic Bullet only
Weight – Approx 332g (166g each – 3pcs Pack)
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Airsoft Gun Mags Info
Airsoft guns shoot airsoft BBs. These BBs are normally housed in the weapon’s magazine. These magazines typically attach to the airsoft weapon similar to the real weapons they are modeled after. The kinds of airsoft gun mags consist of real capacity, mid capacity, and high capacity magazines.
Airsoft Weapon Mag Type Information
Airsoft weapon mags come in multiple types like real capacity, mid capacity, and high capacity magazines. Real capacity mags, or real-caps, imitate the amount of airsoft BBs a real gun would house, which is usually about 24 to 30 BBs. Mid capability magazines, or mid-caps, allow for more airsoft BB storage with capacities about 120 to 160 BBs.
Airsoft Mag Functionality Information
Airsoft mags have a series of internal channels and BB storage locations. When a BB is fired, the airsoft gun launches the latch for a fraction of a second and loads another BB into the weapon out of the magazine. GBB, HPA, and CO2 weapons, which use high pressure air or green gas, will typically house the gas or feed air in through the mag.
Airsoft Rifle Magazines
Airsoft rifle magazines are most typically used in automatic electric guns (AEGs) and some types of sniper rifles. See how airsoft guns shoot BBs. The magazines are specific to the type of AEG rifle and all of the types of that rifle are cross-compatible with the mags. The AEG magazines are inserted into the weapon’s mag well.
About High-Cap LMG Mags
Some airsoft AEG guns and squad automatic weapons like M249 Bravo SAWs and M60s use high capacity drum magazines. They can carry up to thousands of airsoft BBs and provide fire support for a squad or fireteam during engagements.
Airsoft SMG Magazines
Airsoft SMG mags AEG are similarly separated by gun design and functional between various submachine guns. Hecker and Koch H&K MP5 AEG mags are made to work in various MP5s like the MP5K or MP5SD. P90, KRISS Vector, and TMP AEG magazines are usually built to be compatible. These SMG mags also come in real capacity, mid capacity, and high capacity variations with BB storage capacities ranging from around 24 airsoft BBs with real capacity mags to over 200 BBs with high capacity magazines. Rifle Mags for Green Gas and HPA Systems These mags use air and gas to operate so the magazines often come with builtin gas reservoirs or pre-tapped for HPA tank hookups. The mags used in GBB guns save gas in the magazine so the rifle cycles every shot and feeds in the next BB.
Airsoft Handgun Mags Information
When compared to the AEG magazines used in rifles and SMGs, Airsoft pistol mags are typically less versatile. Pistols mags vary by type and typically use CO2 or green gas (propane) housed in the magazine. The magazine is inserted into the handgun’s grip like the basic firearm design. Pistol magazines are often interchangeable in between comparable models of the very same airsoft weapon maker, but are frequently not cross-brand compatible unless they are particularly designed for that function. Understanding the specific types of airsoft pistols can give you more insight to how their magazines differ. The majority of airsoft handgun mags save around 20 to 30 airsoft BBs.