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Airsoft Magazines: Load Up & Move Out!

Airsoft magazines are essential accessories for Airsofters, providing a steady supply of ammunition for Airsoft guns. They come in various types, ranging from Gas magazines to AEG  magazines, including those specifically designed for Glock 19, Glock 17, M4, and Shotgun replicas. Magazine types include high-capacity, mid-capacity, and low-capacity, offering different BB capacities and gameplay styles. Airsoft magazines enhance the realism and excitement of Airsoft battles and skirmishes, allowing players to customize their setups and load-outs and experience the thrill of an Airsoft firefight. Here at eHobbyAsia, we carry an extensive selection of Airsoft magazines from different brands. Find the right magazine for you and your gun and make sure it is compatible.

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  • LDT Metal 120rds 40mm Gas Grenade
    LDT Metal 120rds 40mm Gas Grenade
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    Original Price $18.98
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    SKU: LDT-GR0003

    LDT Metal 120rds 40mm Gas Grenade Constructed of metal alloyGas powered airsoft launcher cartridge / Grenade Shower ShellFit all 40mm Launcher: STA...

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    Original Price $18.98
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    SKU: TM-4952839133984

    Tokyo Marui M320A1 Spare CartridgeGrenade holds 18 BBs (3 in each groove)Underside has a hole to allow gas flow for expelling BBsAs a Tokyo Marui p...

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Are Airsoft Magazines Universal?

Airsoft magazines are not universally compatible across all airsoft guns. While there are some standardization efforts within the airsoft industry, variations in design, dimensions, and compatibility exist among different manufacturers and models. Magazines are typically designed to be compatible with specific airsoft gun models or series produced by the same manufacturer. Even within a particular manufacturer's lineup, different models may have unique magazine designs. For example, a magazine designed for an M4-style airsoft gun from one manufacturer may not fit another manufacturer's M4-style airsoft gun.

How to Fill Airsoft Magazines?

To fill airsoft magazines, follow these general steps. First, ensure you have the correct BBs for your gun and magazine. Locate the fill port, usually found on the top or bottom of the magazine, and open it according to the magazine's design. Hold the magazine securely and slowly pour the BBs into the fill port, using a speedloader or funnel if needed. Monitor the BB level through the transparent window or indicator on the magazine and stop filling when it reaches capacity. Close the fill port securely to prevent BB spillage. Insert the filled magazine into your airsoft gun and test its feeding by firing a few shots. If the BBs feed smoothly, you've likely filled the magazine correctly.