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Information on drum mag

  • 03-01-2019 4:11pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 200 ✭✭ bandit no1


    Hi does anyone use a drum mag on a G&G PDW15 - AR a decent quality one?thanks


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  • Registered Users Posts: 200 ✭✭ bandit no1


    bandit no1 wrote: »
    Hi does anyone use a drum mag on a G&G PDW15 - AR a decent quality one?thanks

    Or is a drum mag just a waste of money??


  • Registered Users Posts: 4,913 ✭✭✭ S.E.A.L.s


    Drum mags are generally best for LMG's and similar, however, a number of Airsofter run them for other RIF's like M4's, M16's and so on.

    It's personal preference, just keep in mind the extra weight and rattle/noise from having one in the field :)


  • Registered Users Posts: 14,130 ✭✭✭✭ Lemming


    S.E.A.L.s wrote: »
    Drum mags are generally best for LMG's and similar, however, a number of Airsofter run them for other RIF's like M4's, M16's and so on.

    It's personal preference, just keep in mind the extra weight and rattle/noise from having one in the field :)

    I do love a good smartie-rattle; lets you know where they are :pac:

    On as serious note, whilst you can do what you like at an every day skirmish, a lot of events that are either themed, leaning towards milsim, or full-on milsim will preclude the use of drum mags with assault rifles, restricting 'box' mags in general to recognised support weapons only. So something to consider.


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