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Things I liked: Tough, dependable.
Things I would have changed: A higher gear ratio woulb be appreciated to make winding it up easier, but such is par for the course concerning high-cap magazines.
What others should know: Fully interchangable with the TF7 and still sturdy and relaible.
Things I liked: Brianag618; I like the ability to be able to hold a large number of shot, put my MP 7 on full auto, and go to town on small fall down type targets. I even chased a Squarel around in a circle, with out hitting him just by being able to put a complete circle of fire around him.
Things I would have changed: There has to be a better way of charging the Clip other then the Thumb wheele that you have to wind up. No instructions came with the 2 units I have. Nothing to tell you how much tenson to use to wind it up or when you have to much spring tension. A small slit in the side might work so you can see what you have left for shots in a clip.
What others should know: There is only a photo on the package that shows you how to load them and where the thumb wheele is, othere then that there is no instructions on how to load the Mag, nor is there anything telling you how much to wind it up so you can fire the whole clip w/o stopping to wind it up some more. I found its a trial and error method, you learn by your mistakes. Other then that there great for a large amout of fire power, I was quit surprised to see that 65 to 100 feet was not uncommon on a fully charged battery. And thats another story for another time. Brian Goodloff
Things I liked: high capacity, cool looking
Things I would have changed: annoying wind up, double feeds a lot, pin that holds the top on comes out easily which makes the bbs explode out, too much winding, this should have been a low or mid cap magazine.
What others should know: buy the low cap magazine and a speed loader, it's cheaper, and the mp7 isn't really for actual battles anyway, only CQB, so you don't need a high cap for that, I think