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Seneca .22 Rotary Magazine for Aspen Air Rifle
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Seneca Rotary Magazine for Aspen Air Rifle
Shooting with the Seneca Aspen means you’ll never run out of air, but what about shots Don’t run out on ammo when you need it most.
8 round capacity at 0.25 Caliber
10 round capacity at 0.22 Caliber
10 round capacity at 0.177 Caliber
Information About Airsoft Gun Mags
These mags usually connect to the airsoft gun comparable to the genuine weapons they are designed after. The types of airsoft gun magazines consist of real capacity, mid capacity, and high capacity mags.
Airsoft Gun Mag Types
Airsoft weapon mags are made in a handful of kinds like real capacity, mid capacity, and high capacity magazines. These kinds usually apply to AEG magazines. Real capacity magazines, or real-caps, simulate the amount of airsoft BBs a real weapon would store, which is usually around 24 to 30 BBs. Mid capability magazines, or mid-caps, allow for more airsoft BB space with capacities about 120 to 160 BBs. High capacity magazines, or high-caps, offer airsoft players the most storage with around 200 rounds of BB storage volume. Something to keep in mind about high-cap mags is that airsoft fields commonly restrict their use during games because they allow players shooting way too much ammunition to spray-and-pray throughout gameplay.
About How Airsoft Magazines Work
Airsoft mags have a series of internal channels and BB storage locations. The BBs are typically filled into these channels with a spring connected to the very far end. When the BBs are packed, they compress the spring developing tension. On the load end, a small latch holds the BBs in the mag. When a BB is fired, the airsoft gun launches the lock for an instant and loads another BB into the weapon out of the magazine. HPA, GBB, and CO2 weapons, which use high pressure air or green gas, will frequently keep the gas or feed air in through the mag. This feeds BBs into the guns for these kinds of systems.
Airsoft Rifle Mags
Airsoft rifle magazines are frequently used in automatic electric guns (AEGs) and some kinds of sniper rifles. The magazines are relegated to the type of AEG rifle plus most of the kinds of that rifle are cross-compatible with the magazines. Learn more about how the inner workings of airsoft guns shoot BBs. The AEG magazines are placed into the weapon’s magazine insertion area. M4 style AEG magazines would normally work in all M4 design rifles from a brief CBQ weapon with a 10″ barrel made by G&G to a designated marksman rifle (DMR) platform with a 24″ barrel. The very same would apply to AK47 AEG mags with swapability between various AK rifle platforms. AEG rifle mags can keep in between 60 to 200+ airsoft BBs.
Airsoft SMG Magazines Info
Airsoft SMG mags AEG are usually separated by weapon model and usable in between various submachine guns. Hecker and Koch H&K MP5 AEG magazines are made to work in various MP5s like the MP5K or MP5SD. P90, KRISS Vector, and TMP AEG mags are developed to be cross-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 Green gas rifles (including GBB variations) and guns powered by high pressure air (HPA) typically have their own custom-made design depending upon the airsoft weapon brand. These mags use air and gas to function so the magazines often feature builtin gas storage areas or are pre-tapped for HPA tank hookups. The mags used in GBB guns store gas in the magazine so the rifle cycles every shot and feeds in the next BB. HPA pre-tapped magazines use HPA lines which are connected to the valves and permit the pressurized air to flow in through the magazine. This setup feeds the airsoft BBs into the HPA weapon.
About Airsoft Pistol Mags
Airsoft handgun magazines are often less versatile when compared to the AEG magazines used in rifles and SMGs. Handguns mags vary by type and often use CO2 or green gas (propane) kept in the magazine. The magazine is placed into the handgun’s grip like the standard gun style. Pistol mags are often interchangeable between comparable models of the very same airsoft weapon maker, however are frequently not cross-brand suitable unless they are particularly developed for that function. Understanding the specific styles of airsoft pistols can give you more insight to how their pistol mags work. A lot of airsoft pistol mags save around 20 to 30 airsoft BBs.