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M700 how do I load BB's with out taking the magazine out

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Hello I have been thinking of a way to fully load my kjw M700 with out having to take to magazine out and not doing it one by one. I just cant seem to think of any ways to do it other then a small tube with a slight bend in it.

I have been searching the internet for a few hours now but cant come up with anything.

Does anyone know of any place that has a "how to" for loading your m700 with the mag still on?

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just thinking that if I can load it with out taking the mag out i might be able to some how run the HPA/co2 rig 100% internally.

Of course getting the airline from the stock past the trigger assembly to the mag will be another problem. And then figuring how to attach the airline to the Mag will be another thing to overcome as regular fittings are too big
You could mod the mag to look like the Ares mags ... I mean to have a strip and remove that separately leaving the mag on the gun..
I do like that idea Wolf thanks
It gives me a few more ideas.

You would still have to have a small macro-line come out of the stock and attach to the bottom of the magazine. That would still leave room to take the mag out.
I am actually trying to think of a way to connect the mag to the airline from inside the gun. That is what makes it more tricky. Trying to have no hoses show on the outside.

I do have a lot more room on the mag if i upgrade to the G&G knock arm and plunge set. Cause i don't need the mag release if i dont plan on taking the mag out. If i do as wolf pointed out some how mod my magazine then I would have 2 parts. 1 A BB magazine which holds the BB's. 2 A Expansion/Gas holding area. So now once i have the expansion/gas holding part of my mag installed and hooked up to the internal line there should be no reason i need to remove that part unless it requires maintenance.

Hmmm oh how the ideas are flowing in my head right now.
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