The feed springs (stock) are
pure poo, and I mean that in the most positive sense.
stock springs have shaped ends, so they stay put in the
plastic clamp areas. They DO stay put- quite well.
But I had to
tap, tug, pull, push, hit, thwap, (insert favorite
onomatopoeia) or otherwise BRIBE good ammo to feed on a
Seems the problem is that the BB's can
stack off-center when they enter the stock feed spring, and
get hung up in those little grooves between coils. Going to a
spring made of tinier wire means smaller
Mine works VERY smoothly now (for an
A&K magazine, let's be REAL about this).
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