C-Mag

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LE
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#1
Anyone out there got a lead on spare parts for a C-Mag ?

I need a couple of bits desperately since a numpty broke it.

Otherwise anybody got one to sell ?
 
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C = Coupling. Coupling Mag or C-Mag. Its an extra bit you can add to your standard SA80 mag so that it can handle an extra 20 rounds, so in effect, you have a 50 round mag. Not generally used as the length of the mag is extended to nearly two foot, so it's cumbersome and looks silly. There's even the C+mag, and that extends to over four foot and holds 90 rounds.
 
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Gunny Highway said:
C = Coupling. Coupling Mag or C-Mag. Its an extra bit you can add to your standard SA80 mag so that it can handle an extra 20 rounds, so in effect, you have a 50 round mag. Not generally used as the length of the mag is extended to nearly two foot, so it's cumbersome and looks silly. There's even the C+mag, and that extends to over four foot and holds 90 rounds.
Wht's the point of having a 50 round mag for a weapon than traditionally misfires or jams after 7 rounds:?:
 

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LE
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Gunny Highway said:
C = Coupling. Coupling Mag or C-Mag. Its an extra bit you can add to your standard SA80 mag so that it can handle an extra 20 rounds, so in effect, you have a 50 round mag. Not generally used as the length of the mag is extended to nearly two foot, so it's cumbersome and looks silly. There's even the C+mag, and that extends to over four foot and holds 90 rounds.
Sorry GH, don't know those two.

This is a mag for the M-16 series, a 'double drum' which holds 100 rds - great on the short leg of an L-ambush. Only if you happen to be issued with these rifles or equivalent.

The company do advertise it for the SA-80, but no-one's told them it won't shoulder with the bugger in place. Plus you need a screwdriver to remove it form said 'wpn'......

Found someone else with some spare parts so I'm sorted. But thanks for everyone's 'assistance'


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