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OK, I've seen a thread about this problem already, but I decided that due to the nature of the problem that it was worth doing another thread. Now, onto the meat of this thread: Recently, I've been having trouble getting my G&P M16A1 and CYMA AIMS (CM.050) to feed. Both of them will fire correctly for a few shots and then nothing. When I fired the guns upside down, they feed properly, however. For the M16, I'm using G&P 360-round hi-caps, and for the AIMS, Matrix 600-round hi-caps. I don't want to say that the mags are the problem, but on the other hand, the M16 fired correctly with the stock mid-cap mag. Any thoughts on the matter?
eBay item number: 29151901165 Asking $350 shipped Comes with a 600rnd Hi-cap Lonex flash mag and the original packaging. Quick specs and features: 330 average FPS w/ 0.25g BBs Accurate range 250+ft Accurate to within 2ft radius at 200ft (weather permitting) LCT's version 3 full metal gearbox Inner barrel 455mm long & 6.05mm in diameter Body is full steel construction The wire stock is steel just like the body Furnished with real wood Romanian dong grip, plastic upper hand guard, and plastic motor grip, both painted black Wired to Deans (connector above the gearbox under the cover over the receiver, for stick type batteries only) Detachable/flip-up glow in the dark sights The Romanian dong handguard is brand new; I purchased it shortly after acquiring the airsoft AK as I thought the previous owner’s customization had made it look un-authentic. He had replaced the Romanian dong handguard for a flat one which had changed its appearance from that of a Romanian AIMS-74 to that of an East German MPI-KMS-72. In retrospect the East German MPI was way more unique but I didn't realize what it was until later. If you have any questions, comments, or offers feel free to message me!