Lancer Tactical M4 Style Stubby Low Cap Magazine 70rnd

Lancer Tactical
  • For AR/M4/M16 AEG
  • Textured Surface
  • 70rnd Capacity

A Polymer constructed low-capacity magazine for AR/M4/M16 platform Airsoft Electric Guns. It is created by Lancer Tactical but has been tested as fitting in other brands such as G&G and ASG.

Full description


Externally this magazine has been constructed from robust ultra lightweight Polymer, meaning that multiple can be carried at one time without unnecessarily weighting down the users kit. The super stubby design helps keep a low profile and reduces getting in snagged on kit/foliage especially when prone. Also, the magazine features a multi textured surface and chunky base plate, making it easier to manipulate and remove from the rifle or pouches even when wearing gloves. 

This particular magazine is a low capacity design, holding up to 70 rounds and spring fed, it will not rattle and there is no need to wind unlike it's high capacity counterpart. To load the magazine, an Airsoft speed loader is to be used to load the ammunition directly into the top of the magazine.

This is the perfect purchase for Skirmishers, who want to run a more low profile look on their M4 Airsoft Assault rifle. 


  • Polymer Construction
  • 70rnd Capacity
  • Speedloader Filled
  • Textured Surface
  • For AR/M4/M16 AEGs
  • Stubby Design
  • Low Profile Magazine
  • Reduce Catching on Kit

Package Includes

  • Lancer Tactical M4 Style Stubby Low Cap Magazine 70rnd



Colour Wheel Greyscale
Item Colour
Black, Tan ,
Construction Icon
Polymer shell and internals
Product Height
Approx. 9cm
Product Length
Approx. 6.5cm
Product Width
Approx. 2.2cm
Weight KG Icon
Weight (KG)
Approx. 0.092kg

Magazine Specific

Magazine Style Icon
Magazine Style
STANAG, M4 / AR Platform,
Weapon Platform
AR Platform, M4 / AR15 / M16,
Magazine Type
  • Medium Capacity
  • AEG
Magazine BB Capacity
Approx. 70 Rounds
Magazine BB Fill Location
Magazine BB Fill Method
Speed Loader

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