Received two yesterday, they came to personal packaging, each with a wide rectangular port adapter included. Each has 100mm, 6mm BB! I bought these because in the description they described things that looked like the narrow tapered adapters I needed. I'm trying to avoid the big square one. SUPRISE! They're really big rectangular versions, and you just can't tell them from the side. Both loaders work well, and one is slightly better than the other in terms of paper jams and not spitting. Another very good job with loud clicks and smooth action. I haven't been able to get them to pass any durability tests, which is the most important thing in the long run, but if you're familiar with this company or something like that, I don't think it matters. The price is good, about $8 for two people. If you don't mind the adapter that comes with it, I recommend this speed loader.
I'm numb at 60 and work hard on my fingers. Like I can load BB more than one. Damn it.-I dropped it. One, come on, you stupid BB,. Damn it-dropped it. Where's that? I won't waste them. I'll just watch them roll under the couch, the fridge, the heating vents.
I wanted an Odin, but saw this and thought I would try it, it was already more expensive than my brother Odin did better. It's worth it. I've worked very well in all my magazines so far. I hope it will last for a while.
My friend gave me the broken Double Eagle M83 aircraft soft gun and said all I had to do was buy a new battery and charger. I want to look for it on a lot of websites, but I can't find it. And then I looked at this website, and I found it! I was happy the day I received it, and now I have to recharge the battery all day. Last night I it had about 30 seconds to charge, so go all out, it works perfectly. So far, wish me luck!
At first I was a little skeptical, but once it came, I tested it, and my suspicion was found to be groundless. The manufacturer's packaging is the smallest, with only some plastic and cardboard, and the instructions are printed on the back. It has a button lock trigger that makes it more compact and easier to store. Instead of spending 5-10 minutes trying to load a single BBS manually, I was able to load the magazine of the Airsoft pistol in a few seconds (just press the spring of the clip and then press the trigger of the speed loader to let them fall in). You can also manually press the trigger for each individual BB in the normal way. In general, this is a pretty good entry speed loader, and you won't make mistakes.
I got this fast loader about mid-April. And it's still strong. So far, I've dived into the water, landed on it, threw it hard, and dropped it at least 50 times. There's nothing wrong with it yet. But I have to point out that when you use it, look at the end of the plunger (what I call a little thing in contact with BB), and you sometimes get a fifth BB, under the plunger, and you force and force it in. No, no. Turn the speed loader upside down and try again. Repeat if necessary. Sometimes, when you don't use it, keeping the plunger down lock doesn't always work. I highly recommend it to any Airsofter. Not "but IT, this is the best thing ever!" Oh, I just said I'd recommend it. Advantages: everything but two small things the Cons: plunger lock is not always fixed (I hope there is a small spring to keep it in position). Sometimes, the fifth BB will be under the plunger, so that it will not drop.