Auto Winding Drum Mags For M4's
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    Default Auto Winding Drum Mags For M4's

    Im thinking about getting the drum mag below on my G&G CM16 Raider. Just was wondering what you guys think of it and if auto winders actually really work. Leave your opinion or pm me. Thanks

    http://www.evike.com/products/42357/

    -Korte

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    Drums are pretty pointless and a lot of games only allow them on LMGs. Not to mention that they make alot of noise when you move
    RusFor!

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    This style of drum mag is generally not as reliable as more traditional styled mags, but they can be fun little toys for the likes of open play games. They're really more of a gimmick than a useful tool though, because, as Willis pointed out, many events won't allow their use on anything but an approved LMG.
    Touchette (Pronounced Two-Shay)

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    Cheap in all aspects:

    Cost
    Materials
    Components
    Reliability

    Waste of Money...

    Noise isn't that bad...beyond 12 yards...

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    Default Auto Winding Drum Mags For M4s

    I really cant see the real use of an autowinder outside of a SAW/LMG setup. Winding a highcap isnt that hard, just think of the winding as the reloading youd be doing with midcaps.

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