The King Arms M16 Magazine style BB Loader is a speed loader designed to replicate the appearance of a standard M16 magazine. The speed loader can store up to 470 rounds of 6mm bbs. Also, unlike standard bb loaders the King Arms M16 Magazine Style Loader features a pistol magazine adapter that swings out of the way, so you will never have to go looking for those troublesome adapters again. This loader is great with standard, mid-cap, and pistol magazines. This is by far the best speed loader on the market.
2010-01-10 13:48:50 S. AXELROD verified buyer Product Information:
OK most loaders are cheap plastic right? Well this one is the same, cheap plastic. I ordered 2 of them. I modified one of them like the review below me suggested and it works fine now. The 1st load I tried with this item it jammed and would not feed. It was useless until I fixed it. Now it works fine. My other one did not need any modification. The only other mod I did to both of them was to file a back angle on the nozzle that feeds the BBs into the mag. The nozzle is too long and engages the release on the mag and it never accepts any BBs. They just keep going backing up into the loader.
Clear so u can see how much is in the loader.
Might need some modification
2008-12-24 15:58:43 M. CALLAHAN Product Information:
Decent Loader. but not worth the trouble
fits in all m4 mag pouches
Breaks extremly easly in many different ways.
-Plunger tab breaks after about 4 full fill ups
-Pistol tab breaks off easly
-lever lock tabs breaks very easly
when the plunger breaks. there is nearly no way to fix it. Ive tried 6 different glues. and each doesnt hold for very long.
I recomend the 200rd speedloader over this.
2008-05-10 08:24:20 E. RAUPP Works fine when it's not jamming. I have only two problems with this:
1. Two BBs tend to get stuck in the passage between the main area and the loading area. I think you can shave down the tree plastic fins to help this. In the field, you can unstick them with a zip tie (but don't knock the lever).
2. Sometimes the lever that prevents back wash comes loose and BBs will not stay in the mag. This is solved only by taking the mag apart (watch the two springs) and resetting the lever.