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Tanfoglio .177-Cal Magazine, Fits Limited Custom & Gold Custom CO2 BB Pistols, 20rds

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  • Tanfoglio CO2 BB magazine
  • Holds 20 steel BBs
  • Fits Tanfoglio Limited Custom and Gold Custom CO2 BB pistols

Spare mags for your Tanfoglio BB guns come in handy when you're on a roll and need to reload quickly. This one holds a 12-gram CO2 cartridge as well as 20 steel BBs.

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Item Code: PC358802 [PY-A-4979]

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By Andrew from United Kingdom on 2019-06-24
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Things I liked: Work as expected. Well packaged. Delivery was hassle free (Even when dealing with UK customs).

Things I would have changed: They are not supplied with spare plastic CO2 plugs, like the one you get with the pistol. (Although I haven't yet stripped the threads on the original). Yet... :)

What others should know: I'm in the UK, so with import duty and VAT they worked out *slightly* more expensive than buying from UK retailers. (But at least Pyramydair had them in stock and available, unlike many UK retailers...

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By Gary from USA on 2018-10-23
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Things I liked: good design

Things I would have changed: change oring rubber gaskets to silicone gaskets

What others should know: if they leak air remove and soak in pellgun oil for several days


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By Jeffrey from USA on 2018-10-06
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Things I liked: finish is nice, but darker than original. Eh... It's heavy enough to balance the big pistol when shooting.

Things I would have changed: There is a couple of materials design problems. (It has a very soft brass cartridge-piercing nipple). No matter how careful you are, It doesn't take long for CO2 to start leaking because the nipple rounds over permanently. I have tuned 2. The other is defect is the materials used for the screw Cap that holds the cartridge in. Cheap plastic, with an even cheaper stamped metal hex-insert that really doesn't fit any wrench one has. Again, I have ruined 2. This is an expensive magazine. built like a tank, except for these two things,band really take away from an otherwise awesome airgun.

What others should know: As this is the only available magazine for this Tanfoglio family of air pistols, you really have no choice here. I am glad that Pyramid air bought the price down a little. You definitely need at least 2.

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  • Singleshotcajun from USA asked:

    Still cannot find a replacement cartridge cap. I have five bb and air soft pistols that use the same C02 cap the the magazine. Poor design and even using the short end of an Allen key will eventually crack the cap. May need to have some machined in aluminum or Delrin.

    • Mark from USA:

      Parts may be available thru Palco Sports.

  • Singleshotcajun from USA asked:

    I just need the plug for the c02 cap. I have several that use the same cap and all have a crack. I'm careful not to over tighten but it happens and is aggravating.

    • Tyler from USA:

      For the tanfoglion branded guns, Palco Sports would be the place to find parts.

  • antoine from Canada asked:

    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 !

    • Jerry from USA:

      I would recommend replacing the magazine

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