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UHC Shell Magazines for Spring Powered Airsoft Revolvers (8 Pieces)
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- Plastic 1 round shell magazines, 8 pieces
- Compatible with UHC spring revolver models UA937, UA938, UA941 both silver and black
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The UHC MUG937/8 consists of 8 pieces of 1 round plastic shell magazines and is compatible with UA937, UA937S, UA938, UA938S, UA941, UA941S
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I needed to have a minimum of 18 cartridges for training. I prefer to have 30 or 40 because I can lose things. The UHC 937 is like a lightweight, fragile edition of the Colt Diamondback revolver. Because a revolver holds fewer rounds than a comparible semi-automatic pistol and because the reloading pause for a revolver is far longer than for a semi-automatic pistol with two or three or four magazines, ammunition management is more critical. Mastering ammunition management with the revolver require more training than simply punching out the empty magazine and shoving in a fresh one. For the revolver, ammunition management starts with keeping the revolver fully loaded at all times and making EVERY shot count.
These plastic cartridges do not fit in the chambers of .38 Special revolvers--too fat! I cannot use them in any commercially-available speed loaders. The latch on my 937 soft air revolver is stiff and I have to be wary of breaking the gun--in gun retention and disarming drills breaking the gun is very likely. On the other hand, I can practice reloading with single rounds from a pocket. Having enough cartridges so that I don't have to push 6mm plastic pellet in to reload permits me to fire off an entire stage. One of my post-range drills is to fire ten or twelve well-aimed shots at a stationary target to get rid of flinching and to force me to align my sights on target and press the trigger without disturbing the sight alignment. By forcing myself to perform perfectly even when fatigued, I ensure that I can do it fresh.
For this drill I need at least 12 cartridges. The gun came with eight. A spare package comes with eight more. I ordered enough so that I can fire my marksmanship table of 12 shots (two cylinder loads) without stopping to refill the cartridges. Actually, I can fire a reduced-sized military qualification course at reduced distances that fit the accuracy limitations of soft air handguns.
Funny how fast the ammunition vanishes when I'm having fun.
937 UHC 4 inch revolver, Black airsoft gun