Ball breaks in RPMs is a very common occurance, and is caused by a few contributing factors. I mean it could be caused by the Torque loader, but it is very doubtfull. You might want to check to see if the Torques have adjustable ball tension. I don't have any experience with that loader so I couldn't tell you. If it is not the loaders fault then it is more than likely brittle paint coupled with the detents on the gun being too strong. There are a few home modifications you can do to the RPM to correct this problem. So before you go taking drastic steps like replacing your loader go to this page and scroll down to the part titled "fixing barrel breaks". If you have any more trouble there are a few helpful RPM owners on here that can help you. When you say you only have two weeks with the gun does that mean you have only had the gun for two weeks and don't know much about it?