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magazine loader

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Bill_G, Dec 24, 2006.

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  1. Bill_G

    Bill_G Member

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    i bought an FNP 9 9mm double stack pistol. the mags hold 16 rounds. my wife can only load about 9 rounds till its too hard for her.

    does midway or someone else sell a generic 9mm loading "tool" to help her push the rounds down into the mag so she can load more into it?

    thanks...........Bill


    PS....couldn't be happier with this pistol: feeds anything...superb ergo's...3 mags included....hammer drop decocker.....well respected company.....USA MADE.
     
  2. gudel

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    you should search for HKS loader, they have one for pistol mag, but i don't know if they make one for your gun model.
     
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    I have purchased a cheap loader for 3 dollars from cdnninvestments.com, But there is 10 dollars shipping .
    So I recomend buying lots of pistol magazines as well.
    I recomend Mec-Gar mags, they work the best for me.
     
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    ADCOs Superthumb works great.I've used several for 10 years.They have removable internal sideplates so they can be custom fitted to different mags.Buy more than one.
     
  6. Jkwas

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    Promag makes an inexpensive mag loader that works great on 9mm and 40 caliber double stacks. If you can't find it, Ruger makes one that also works on all double stacks as well. The promag loader is a copy of the ruger loader with an extra little handle.
    Midway usa has it. Here's the link.
    http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpage.exe/showproduct?saleitemid=693019
     
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    don't forget to wear rubber gloves when loading magazines - you don't want to spread your finger prints around on the discarded casings. Or, use a revolver.

    wb
     
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