FatMag HiCap de 850 bb´s SocomGear ECHO1 review english
Never have enough mags during the game, get to recharge for the same or go up to the car to find more bb’s . Known Issues in the airsoft world . Today we will review the Echo1 FATMAG ( SOCOMGEAR ) which will allow us to bring the not inconsiderable amount of 850 bb’s in our gun, support type M4 systems and TM m16 type.
Many asked me is this exists, YES, but is not actually used in the military, nor is staffing . It is seen most commonly in civil matters or only operators that they got it on their own.
To get an idea about this magazine, in real life load 45 BBs 5,56 mm (.223 ) and no better way to try to explain that putting 2 mags, one beside the other. So you get the FatMag size width .
At launch his name was ECHO1 FatMag by SOCOMGEAR since it is a joint edition will mark ECHO1 . You can get in boxes of 5 pieces or individual .
To many, a first impression is shocking to see the post in a m4 mag. Is it a rattle? If it is, but anyone who brings a hicap will have the same noise. Clearly not a charger for those using or midcap always RealCap.
The magazine is entirely built in metal on the outside, such as sheet steel real charger. Height back up to the actual charger in airsoft we’re used to that are smaller / shorter. The lateral folds are made on the same plate on one side and the other, they are not overlapping different elements, which lengthens the life of the charger for rough use.
Is it heavier? I do not really seem to 300 grams, weighs not much more than a magazine full metal G & P for example. Will more quiet? no, it makes the same noise as any hicap.
The interior where hi cap system owns alongside the feed wheel has a few turns more, which will allow us to make the action less often load bb’s. The internal structure is plastic.
Its upper part is like any other hi cap m4, has a load of feeder output bb’sy thereof with the spring retainer.
The lower wheel has the advantage of having fewer turns when charging. The inscription on the bottom plate says «Socom Gear , Fat Magazine, 5.56 x 6mm»