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MAG Stronger Spring for Mid-Cap Magazines, 2pcsMAG Stronger Spring for Mid-Cap Magazines, 2pcs
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7,90 €

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MAG Stronger Spring for Mid-Cap Magazines, 2pcs

This spring is meant as a replacement for a used magazine spring or a spring that is too weak for higher Rates of Fire (ROF). For two row midcap’s. Too weak magazine spring causes feeding problems or random blank firing with higher ROFs.

Majority of mid-cap magazines requires two of these springs, which is why the springs are sold as a two-piece set.

Real-cap, low-cap, mid-cap and hi-cap – what do these mean?

The ending “cap” comes from the word capacity. The prefixes tell how big the capacity is.

Real-cap, low-cap and mid-cap magazines all have the same design relating to the power that releases the BBs from the magazine. Each of them has a spring inside that compresses when loading the magazine and thus pushes the BBs out of the magazine, when the locking lug at the top of the magazine is pulled aside. A hi-cap magazine, on the other hand, has a more complex mechanism, with gears and a coil spring.

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