Questions and answers

Are there magazines that hold 100 rounds?

Are there magazines that hold 100 rounds?

The C-MAG is a compact twin-drum magazine design that accepts up to 100 rounds of ammunition. It consists of two main components: the twin-drum storage housing and an interchangeable feed clip assembly. The storage housing is standard and fits any like-caliber weapon.

Are KCI drum magazines any good?

The KCI Glock Drum works wonderfully well and is a ton of fun. It’s affordable, easy to load and does give you 50 rounds of firepower. Magazines like this just make me smile. In a rifle, it makes more sense, in a handgun it’s just fun.

Can an AR pistol have a drum mag?

After the expiration of the ban, there is no nationwide prohibition against the possession of drum magazines, which are considered a regulated firearm accessory. However, as of 2019, ten states set a maximum limit on the capacity of magazines, including California, New York, Colorado,and the District of Columbia.

What is considered a high capacity magazine?

A high-capacity magazine is typically defined as any magazine or drum that is capable of holding more than either 10 or 15 rounds of ammunition. Military-style assault weapons and high-capacity magazines exist only to enact maximum destruction, and there’s simply no reason that everyday Americans need access to them.

Is it bad to store magazines loaded?

When left loaded to full capacity and not used, most magazines will very slowly lose some amount of spring tension over time. Some springs may stay loaded for decades and still function, and others might wear out after a much shorter period of time.

Are KCI Glock magazines good?

KCI USA is a Korean manufacturer that produces super affordable, all-polymer magazines for a very low price. KCI USA makes pretty good mags if you’re on a budget. Up to you if you want to rely on them in a defensive situation though.

What is the purpose of a drum magazine?

A drum magazine is a type of high-capacity magazine for firearms. Cylindrical in shape (similar to a drum), drum magazines store rounds in a spiral around the center of the magazine, facing the direction of the barrel.