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Old June 16th, 2010, 23:32   #38
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Originally Posted by coachster View Post
High caps have their place. At home plinking and testing or for guns that just don't have many low or midcaps available. But don't use that excuse for an armalite, mp5 or ak.

The problem with some noobs is that they wind as they shoot giving them an unrealistic ammo advantage. If they removed their mags, put them back, wound them then shoot, I wouldn't have an issue with it. The guys who shoot, take cover, wind then proceed to shoot again. I don't have issue with.
totally agree with this !

Originally Posted by pusangani View Post
No it's their duty to go buy some proper mags, it's the SAW gunner's duty to provide suppressive fire.
with this too..

Originally Posted by VooDooPeteK View Post
Back on the original topic....

yes I guess high caps can jam more then real/low or mid caps... personally I have yet to have one jam although I don't use them to just spray full auto.

Keep in mind whatever you choose all types of mags will require some maintenance once in a while to keep them feeding good.
witch kind of maintenance?
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