Originally Posted by kalnaren
Cool. I recommend low-caps myself (68-round mags). They help teach good trigger restraint (because you don't have tons of rounds), and having a mag run out in the middle of a firefight is FUN. Reloading under fire is unbelieveably fun. For me personally airsoft loses something when using all high-caps.
This is SO true. There is nothing like trying to get as low-profile as possible while changing out a mag under fire.
Moreover you get to think about your mag change strategy. Do you do a reload with a partial mag remaining because you suspect things are about to hit the fan? Do you retain that mag or come back for it?
It's things like this that make airsoft the awesome game that it is. Of course more mags also equals a reason to buy some highspeed gear as well.