Hello all, I love my AUG, she is and will always be my baby, but sadly I have had to use her less due to some magazine issues. First and smallest of issues, the mags only hold 75 rounds, which a isn't a deal breaker, but it's a little less than I had wished. They are also a royal pain to load sometimes. I have broken like 3 speedloaders trying to put in more than 40 (and I'd rather not be ultra realistic and only have 30 rounds per mag). I have a feeling that the problem could be that the follower is too long and gets stuck turning the corner. But my biggest problem is that the force of a full magazine pushes the magazine away from the feeding tube. In case you aren't aware, AUG style rifles hold the magazine by a catch on the backside of the magazine. So with all of the force of the spring pushing upwards, this causes the magazine to rock backwards and then not release bbs as the tiny release nub button thing on magazines isn't released. To try and fix this I have added electrical tape to the inside of the magwell where the magazine seats to try and prevent it from rocking, but this simply keeps the magazine farther away from the feeding tube. So, does anyone have any ideas as to how I can fix this issue? One thing that could work would be to cut a hole in the side of the magwell and create a rocker lever that would hold the mag at the side rather than the back, but I do not have that skill. I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts!