- 150 Round Mid Cap
- Compatible with most AK-47 Variants
- Metal Construction
- Classic Army AK-47 Metal Mid Cap Magazine
About the Classic Army AK-47 Metal Mid Cap Magazine
This is a spare metal mid cap magazine for your AK style gun brought to us by Classic Army. The metal construction of the body of this magazine emulates the stamped steel metal bodies found on the real counterpart. These mid caps are perfect for the AK using milsim style player who might be running a contractor or military based loadout. Mid caps require BB loaders to load and use. Do not forget to have one with you when you run these!
We found AKs from various brands tend to have different magazine specifications unlike for M4s. Compatibility on the magazines are going to be trickier to dial in. If you have compatibility questions reach out and contact us at (888) 316-7816 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Classic Army
Classic Army (or CA for short) is one of the oldest names in airsoft tracing its roots back to the early days of airsoft when there were only a handful of manufacturers. Today, Classic Army is one of the leading manufacturers in the airsoft world offering airsoft guns and accessories for all types of players. Classic Army has always stood for value and performance, being one of the first manufacturers to offer full metal airsoft guns at a great price compared to their competition. From that success, CA has moved on to produce other types of guns. From the popular budget skirmish series to the performance packed Nemesis series, Classic Army has something for everyone.
High caps vs. mid caps
Players who want outright capacity should go straight to high caps. You do not need to carry as many to have plenty of ammo and the cost for all these magazines will not be as much as carrying a full complement of mid caps. The downside to high caps if you didn't already know is that they are noisy especially while moving. Fully loaded high caps won't make much if any noise but once you start using it, the magazine will have a lot of space for BBs to bounce around. We often joke and say they sound like a baby rattle. If your play style keeps you stationary a lot then it probably is not a big deal. The required winding of the magazine may also be considered a turnoff to high capacity magazines.
Now for milsim minded players who want something more grab and go, the mid cap is the better solution. They do not make noise and provide a bit more excitement due to more frequent reloads. Mid caps are straight forward in their function and all you do is insert the magazine and go. No winding is required. Some events might restrict you to the use of mid cap magazines (many major milsim ops) for the sake of keeping you immersed and conservative with your ammo.