Tokyo Marui X36 50 round Lowcap AEG Magazine
Low capacity magazines usually hold 80 rounds or less. They use a long serpentine spring wound through a channel to hold and then push the BBs out. They are a very simple design, and are less prone to failure or jamming. The most noticeable advantage to low capacity magazines is the fact that after you shoot a few rounds, they dont rattle around like high capacity magazines tend to. Within the division of lowcaps, there are a few that are known as Realcaps. This is because they hold either exactly or a similar amount of BBs that real gun magazines do. These are a favorite of military or law enforcement agencies for their training value. The easiest way to fill these magazines is with a speedloader.