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Things I liked: I like the heavily constructed design of this magazine and the weight which resembles a fully loaded 9mm magazine.
Things I would have changed: I'm concerned about the durability of this magazine. I've owned three, with the idea of practicing reloads. However, the original failed within two weeks of use. The seals went out resulting in steady leakage and the magazine follower would not lock back. So, the jury is out until I've run the remaining two for a time.
What others should know: PyramidAir sales folks tell me that the only failure they typically have with the Tanfoglio is the magazines but they can run for years without a problem. We'll see.
Things I liked: Heavy and well made. Constructed better than any firearm pistol magazine I have ever owned. Functions flawlessly. The tab locks, so to speak, in the fully loaded position allowing one to load the BB's through the loading hole just above the follower.
Things I would have changed: The tab used to pull down the follower is difficult to manipulate. It needs to be made slightly larger, if you don't have a good fingernail it will be difficult to use. Price is a little much for a co2 BB gun magazine, it is almost as much as an H&K pistol magazine. The screw-in co2 part is plastic, not sure why. The magazine is heavily built of metal and they scrimp by using plastic on a key part that can break.
What others should know: I rated this a 4 as the magazine is difficult to load, (loading tab needs to be larger), and the price is half the price of the pistol itself, when the pistol is on sale. This magazine is physically heavy but really we'll made overall, except for the co2 mount at the bottom made of plastic.
Things I liked: Very well made, pretty easy to load.
Things I would have changed: CO2 cartridge inserts from bottom, then a large plastic bolt is screwed in which you tighten with a hex wrench. It would be a lot easier/better/nothing-to-lose if the cartridge inserted from the side and you tightened a wing nut to pierce it (like my 45 year old Daisy.)
What others should know: Very heavy compared to any of my other gun magazines. Upsets the balance of the gun by making the grip end a lot heavier than a 'real' gun, but you learn to ignore it.
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Hi, I have screwed the plastic Co2 cartridge cap a little to hard and it cracked into the magazine loosing the metal piece inside it. Now when I turn the wrench it only turn the metal piece inside the plastic... I have tried to lubricate the screw so it slide more easily but nothing moves. Does someone have an idea on how I could get it out without breaking my hole magazine ? Thanks in advance !
I would recommend replacing the magazine
Is there any good way to hold the mag spring down other than fingernails?
I have seen some folks use allen keys or screw driver heads to depress and hold the spring but that does run the risk of scratching the mag.