HKS Speedloader or Bianchi Speed Strip. Need Advice guys!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Skittlesman7062, Aug 10, 2008.

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  1. bflobill_69

    bflobill_69 Member

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    Quote: "So, practice, practice, practice"

    ..yeah in the end its a question of whether or not you are proficient with them, strips or speedloaders...

    I have never gotten better at anything by NOT doing it over and over.

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    I notice my 7 shot 686 is especially hard to line up the rounds with a speedloader...that extra round is kind of a tight fit.
     
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    I have used the Safariland and HKS and Maxfire loaders.

    Safariland speedloaders are faster, more stable (less cartridge wiggle) and more natural to load (push vs. push and twist) than HKS speedloaders. (The Maxfires are slowloaders.)

    As for the Bianchi "slowstrips", they're easy, flat and convenient to carry, but even slower to use than a dump pouch.
     
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