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CYMA Steel Mid-Cap Magazine HK416 for M4/M16 Series (150 Rounds)CYMA Steel Mid-Cap Magazine HK416 for M4/M16 Series (150 Rounds)CYMA Steel Mid-Cap Magazine HK416 for M4/M16 Series (150 Rounds)
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CYMA Steel Mid-Cap Magazine HK416 for M4/M16 Series (150 Rounds)

Magazine with a steel case and removable internals. The internals consist of two parts which are connected with screws. This makes the magazine easy to clean and maintain. The magazine uses a U-shaped BB follower.

The magazine is compatible with the standard M4/M16 series. The model is known for being used with H&K HK416 firearm. These magazines are made smoothly curved which reduces feeding problems compared to the traditional M4/M16 magazines. In airsoft guns the shape doesn’t really matter, it is just a matter of looks.

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.

NB! Check out the basic instructions on magazine use from Tradetech.

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