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P6 120 rds ICFU magazine 120 rds - Black - View larger

P6 120 rds ICFU magazine 120 rds - Black

P6-ICFUMAG-BK

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This Magazine is only compatible with I.C.F.U. technology for HPA drop-in Systems. The ICFU EPM is a truly unique magazine, inside and out. Externally it features a polymer shell, with recessed panels for better grip, and unique magazine well guides that reduces nagging when the magazine is drawn from and reinserted into pouches. The front of the baseplate features a dot matrix which allows the user to mark the magazine with alphanumeric characters or pictograms for identification.

  • Material – Dupont™ Zytel® High Performance Reinforced Polymer
  • Dimension – 185 x 85 x 30 approx. (without packaging)
  • weight – 185g approx. (without packaging)
  • Compatibility – I.C.F.U. technology for HPA drop-in Systems.
  • Capacity – 30/120 Rounds

What is ICFU System ?

The ICFU System (Integrated Custom Firestop Upgrade) is a device which allows to stop firing when there is no BB left in the magazine. We can set ICFU on HPA and high performance AEGs M4, 416 or Scar-L airsoft gun.

More info here : https://www.powair6.com/en/469-icfu

Data sheet

TypeM4
Main colorBlack
Weight180gr
Magazine VersionMid cap spring operated
Magazine capacity30/120 RDS bbs
ICFU CompatibilityYes

Magazine advice

Despite everything you can read on the internet and on on the manufacturer's manual, we recommend that you never introduce silicone or grease into AEG magazines. Greasing has a devastating effect on an AEG since it will directly grease the hop-up rubber and inner barrel, resulting in a loss of precision and even more accentuated dust fixing. Never introduce chemical products such as grease, silicone spray or any other kind into the magazine, the hop-up unit, the BBs, the internal parts of the AEGs. The silicone is only used on pneumatic parts such as a gearbox cylinder or a moving O-ring.

Special recommandation regarding Mid-cap Magazine :

  • Limit the number of bbs by 70-80% of the mid-cap capacity, never force the introduction of the BBs with a BB loader.
  • Too many BBs can slow down the operation of the nozzle and that can have repercussions on the trajectory of the bbs and the feed.
  • If you want to keep your magazine for many years, it is also imperative for not working the spring to the maximum of its capabilities.
  • Never store your magazine filled for a long period of use, the spring loaded for a long time may be irreparably damaged with a settling effect.
  • Use BBs with irreproachable sphericity

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