Showing 64–84 of 137 results

Showing 64–84 of 137 results

Pistol and Gas magazines

SRC Maverick FN57 Gas Magazine

£25.00

Pistol and Gas magazines

SRC Hi-Capa Gas Magazine

£25.00

Pistol and Gas magazines

Tokyo Marui LCP II Spare Magazine

£25.00

Pistol and Gas magazines

SRC TT-33 Gas Magazine

£25.00

Pistol and Gas magazines

TM M&P9 GBB Magazine 25 rounds

£28.99

Pistol and Gas magazines

E&C G19 GBB Pistol Magazine

£20.00
Out of stock

Pistol and Gas magazines

WE M9/M92 Extended 52rd GBB Magazine

£40.00
Out of stock

Pistol and Gas magazines

WE F228 GBB Magazine – Black

£25.00
Out of stock

Pistol and Gas magazines

Tokyo Marui SP Compact magazine

£28.00
Out of stock
Out of stock

Pistol and Gas magazines

GHK Aug GBB magazine

£52.00
Out of stock

Pistol and Gas magazines

GHK AKM GKM Magazine

£49.00
Out of stock
Out of stock

Pistol and Gas magazines

Tokyo Marui G26 Advanced Gas Magazine

£25.00
Out of stock
Out of stock

Pistol and Gas magazines

Tokyo Marui MK23 Pistol Magazine

£27.00
SAVE
Out of stock

Pistol and Gas magazines

WE 1911 12 Round GBB Magazine (Short)

Original price was: £25.00.Current price is: £18.00.
Out of stock

Pistol and Gas magazines

Tokyo Marui Hi Capa 4.3 Spare magazine

£27.00
Out of stock

Airsoft Pistol Magazines

An airsoft pistol magazine is a detachable, refillable container for holding airsoft pellets (also known as BBs) that are used as ammunition in airsoft guns.

Airsoft pistols are typically smaller and more compact than other types of airsoft guns, and they are often used for close-quarters combat simulations, training exercises, and recreational activities.

Airsoft pistol magazines come in a variety of sizes and styles, depending on the make and model of the gun.

Some airsoft pistols have removable magazines that can be loaded with BBs and inserted into the gun, while others have built-in magazines that can be filled directly through the grip or the slide.

Some airsoft magazines are designed to hold a large number of BBs, while others are designed for more compact and lightweight use.

Gas Magazines

Gas-powered airsoft magazines work by using a small canister of pressurized gas, such as CO2 or green gas, to propel the BBs out of the gun.

The gas is stored in a separate chamber within the magazine, and it is released into the chamber when the gun is fired. This allows the gun to produce a more realistic recoil and a higher muzzle velocity than a spring-powered gun.

We stock a range of gas-powered magazines.