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Co2 magazine (kjw) on a glock17 TM clone?

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Hi guys! I'm looking for a good magazine for my glock (TM clone) and I was wondering if the kjw co2 magazine https://shop.jkarmy.com/kj-works-kp-17-23rds-co2-magazine.html will work?, in fact I need to replace the magazine because the two that I have, the magazine loading lips endend broken, and one has the inlet valve broke, or I just need this valve? https://www.rainbow8.com/products/nine-ball-injection-valve-for-tokyo-marui-ksc-marushin-maruzen-5mm-diameter?_pos=16&_sid=7167d6a12&_ss=r or what should I do? I'm little confused....

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It's going to depend on which "clone" you have.

I dont use C02 magazines in my Glocks as I've read (here) of too many issues with the action (hammer group) and frame because of the pressure difference. I was led to understand that this type of action does not last long withe C02.

I've only used it in my KWC/RWA/Cybergun and KJW 1911's, ASG P-09 (until the DA/SA trigger action broke) and H8R Revolvers.

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On 4/9/2020 at 7:41 PM, Wingman said:

It's going to depend on which "clone" you have.

I dont use C02 magazines in my Glocks as I've read (here) of too many issues with the action (hammer group) and frame because of the pressure difference. I was led to understand that this type of action does not last long withe C02.

I've only used it in my KWC/RWA/Cybergun and KJW 1911's, ASG P-09 (until the DA/SA trigger action broke) and H8R Revolvers.

Interesting. My CO2 lasts pretty long in my Glock.

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