.500 S&W speed loaders

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by envonge, Jun 14, 2007.

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  1. 8830

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    i dont see why it would be such a big deal for them to make speedloaders for the 500. not, i may be wrong as i dont and havent owned speedloaders for a long time , but i think the majority of a speedloader is molded plastic isnt it? then the thumbscrew,ect are installed on it. i bet they could make them easly if they wanted to.

    i have to comment on the "griz" and "boar" attack thing though...

    the 500 has been a proven one shot stop on damn near every animal on earth sofar,and that with 400-500gr bullets

    what do you thinks going to happen if you shoot something with one of these 700s?

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    i dint think a speedloader ( even though i to would like to have 3-4 of them) would be an issue
     
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    S&W 500 BILLET Speed Loaders

    This company, 5 Star Firearms, sells billet speed loaders for a resonable cost. They make them for most caliber handguns as well as the 500. Check Them Out! I love my .357 L Frame Speed Loaders!
     
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    AgentOrange- Do you prefer the Pacmayers over the factory Hogue's?
     
  5. fflgundealers.net

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    Please delete. Sorry for the double post.
     
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    If I had a S&W 500, I would get 5starfirearm speedloaders for it. They are really nice!

    fflgundealers.net
     
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    Just ordered from 5starfirearms. Great fast & friendly service. Very down to earth guys!
     
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    I wonder how fast Miculek can shoot 5, reload and shoot 5 more 500's?
     
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    Received them in two days. Great service. [​IMG][/IMG][​IMG][/IMG]
     
  10. calvinjh1957

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    Hold on

    I bought my S&W 500 the week they were released. I started looking for a speed loader the same day I got my pistol home, and gave up until this morning when I happened to see a post to 5 Star Firearms. I didn't buy my S&W 500 for any practical reason, but more for a show piece.

    I have fired my S&W 500 many times, and some of the production shells I’ve run through it have burned hair off my arms. I have managed to empty the cylinder as fast as I can pull the trigger, but the experience is quite brutal one handed. I stand 6’ 3” and dress out at 205 pounds, and I’m a United States Marine Nam Era Veteran who is accustomed to big guns.

    I actually bought these speed loaders as a novelty paper weight, but will get another set for several other revolvers I own. If you ever happened to use the S&W 500 Magnum in a defense situation, even if you miss, your target would probably be vaporized by muzzle blast. I can’t imagine needing a speed loader for a second set of shots out of the 500, but their fun just for havin!
     
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    THANKS SOO MUCH!!!!! I just ordered one for my 4" 500!!! I just got lucky to find this site!!!
     
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    I had two, and thought that would last me a lifetime, but after showing one to my buddy Joe while visiting him in Colorado, I ended up coming home with only one....................friends will do that to you.:)
     
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