The King Arms speed loader is in fact worse then the TM, as probably known. although, with simple modifications, this loader, for me, worked smoother and better then any other loader i have used. it has a very simple design, and i will tell you all you need to take out to have it flow nicely. there is no need for any special tools, as i first thought. a rotory tool is not needed, although may be a good thing to use.
just 4 things; there are what seem to be reinforcment "pins" that you can see in the picture. take the bottom set out, with pliers. this gets in the way of the bb's to flow down. then, take out the two box-like shapes that slant downward. these can also be removed with pliers.
after i was done with my modifications, i sanded down the rough edges, and made sure nothing could easily be broken, and cleaned out the inside, so that no plastic "dust" would feed into any of my magazines. (recommended to do.)
mine now flows very smooth, as previously stated, and i am very happy with it, seeings as it has a higher capacity and is easier to load then my old loader.
Actually some-what fun to fix, feels good to fix something so well, so easily :D
Needs minor modification.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]