Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by JCSC, Jul 16, 2022.
I have seen a few around that went for $30 or so, but wasn’t sure if I may want a specific brand?
They are pretty expensive at Cabelas.
Be aware, there are counterfeit versions out there so only buy from a known respectable dealer. Ebay/Amazon are not a good source.
Only difficult decision is which color.
squeeze, drop in, squeeze, drop in!
I wouldn't recommend it. The spring that pushes the cartridge into the mag is too weak and I have to assist it with every cartridge.
Just watching Hickock 45 use one was enough to convince me I couldn't live without one.
you had me at fishing!
Not just hand guns, but rifles too. I have one for my ARs and it loads 5.56, 6.5G, and 7.62x39 mags easily. Havent tried the 50 Beowulf yet.
Because rifle magazines are loaded differently, there are many who believe that there are better (faster) loaders on the market
For the money spent, i disagree. Though i have not used many others for rifles, i will say. I think it works very slick. They can be a bit awkward until you get the rhythm of it.
You should take a look at the latest on the market: the C.A.M. Loader from ETS...about $12 less than the Uplula for rifles
I'd even consider it the best loader for handguns (about $5 less than the Uplula for handguns)...certainly the fastest...except you need a separate one if you're loading 9mm/.40 and .45ACP
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