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Spare 110 rd Thompson Series Mid Cap Magazine by King Arms

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$ 11.99

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Average of 3.75 reviewed by 4 people
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Constructed out of heavy duty ABS plastic this King Arms magazine feels exceptionally solid yet weighs a fraction of a metal magazine so they won’t weigh you down in the field. It is a mid capacity magazine so they will not rattle like a high cap making them great for stealth. And the best part is if you happen to lose one you are only out a few bucks!

  • Works in rifles compatible with Marui type Thompson series AEG magazines including the Cybergun M1A1 and 1928 models.
  • 110 round capacity.
  • Manufactured by King Arms.

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    Reviewer: xXKra5hXx
    Rank: MG
    Location: vandergrift, PA
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    6 out of 9 people rated the following review helpful:

    4 out of 5- Good for Thompson

    Great for the tommy.

    Pros:
    Price
    Hardly misfeed

    Cons:
    Sometimes misfeeds

    Needs to be filled fully before use.
    If you have a Thompson get like 4 of these.

    4/5


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    Reviewer: Orange soda
    Rank: CPT
    Location: Pomona, NY
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    3 out of 6 people rated the following review helpful:

    5 out of 5- very good, but don't be dumb like me

    Great Mags

    Pros
    -price
    -almost never misfeeds
    -plastic (light weight)

    Cons
    -plastic (can be bad)
    -does misfeed but almost never
    -very hard to slide on tracks but that is nothing grease can't handle
    -Only holds 110 rounds. i say this because i accidentally put more than that when i used my speedloader and the spring and plastic part in the back flew out of the mag, BUTTTT it is very easy to fix, just put the spring back in and it will guide itself back to were it belongs

    Good Buy...i bought 5 of them and am not disappointed.


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    Reviewer: prbcpa
    Rank: PFC
    Location: Englewood, CO
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    2 out of 6 people rated the following review helpful:

    2 out of 5- Jams right out of the box

    Received two of these yesterday and, for whatever reason, whenever I load more than 3 or 4 bb's in the magazine the thing jams & won't feed into the Thompson. Needless to say, this is insanely frustrating. I'm using .20g high density bb's (but not "highly polished")...

    The same bb's work flawlessly with the stock magazine that came with the Thompson, but both of the King Arms mid-caps consistently jam. So much so, that I'm not sure I can even take these into the field.

    Taking the magazine out and pressing the release catch doesn't do anything... I can just look into the hole and see the bb's in there, but they won't budge unless you smack the magazine on a hard surface. That'll allow one or two to come out, and then it re-jams.


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    Reviewer: rujanaco
    Rank: PFC
    Location: Mesa, AZ
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    1 out of 1 people rated the following review helpful:

    4 out of 5- Great Mag Except For Loading

    It's okay but you need to buy at least 2 of these if you are going to be in a war. If you don't have a loading tube you will have to put each bb in one-by-one. If you are doing long wars then you need to buy higher cap mags or more of these (at least 4 for over 30 minutes)

    I have a Thompson and this mag works great with it. The one downside is that there is no window or port thing on the top, so it takes a little longer to load than I would like. Once again, you need a loading tube! Otherwise you'll end up putting all the bbs in one-by-one. You shouldn't load all 110 rounds into the magazine, only load as many as you can without pushing the bbs in hard. IF YOU FEEL HARD RESISTANCE WHILE LOADING, STOP LOADING THE AMMO INTO THE MAG!


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