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Maglula UpLULA

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by NVMM, Apr 10, 2009.

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  1. NVMM

    NVMM Member

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    Can't find any. Everyone seems to be back ordered.
    Jeez, theres a shortage on almost everything!
    Has anyone seen any of these loaders around?
    Thanks
     
  2. rondog

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    I got mine from Midway. Best money I've ever spent! Absolutely wonderful for arthritic thumbs.
     
  3. Hungry Seagull

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    I could lend you mine for 25 dollars a night.

    =)

    Anyhoo. Hang in there. That little device is absolutely the very best for Handgun clip reloading.

    Ya know.. I thought secretly when I loaded my first clip and feeling the pain and throbbing, I thought OMG, Im such a wuss, dweeb and not manned up enough for this gun business.

    So the Lula was a crutch for me until I learned to load those durn 45 bullets without the pain and the throbbing. It is however a good ice breaker at the range when I spot someone in pain trying to load thier clip.

    It helps to have a lula alot. For others that is, once the initial loading pains went away.
     
  4. NVMM

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    Ya, I'm feeling the pain in my thumbs.
    Thanks for your replys, they make me feel like I'm looking for the right loader.
     
  5. rogerjames

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    Try http://ambientweather.com I ordered one from here about a month or two ago. Was at my door in a week.

    OK, I just checked and they are on backorder. Don't ask why a "weather" site sells these, I have no idea. I did a search when I was looking to buy mine, and this seemed to be the only place that had one in stock.

    Worth every penny!!
     
  6. Hungry Seagull

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    Got mine from Cabelas if memory serves. In fact I have folder slowing getting thicker from the accumulating online orders this year.

    I had to use it tonight to stuff 10 rounds into a double stack magazine for the gun. I found the pain a bit much on the last three. I think I sleep with one eye waiting for the mag to spray the bullets all over the ceiling when metal fatique sets in.
     
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  8. NVMM

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    Thanks
     
  9. SpenceNasty

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    No luck.

    I tried to search some sites for you too, I believe I picked my up from Ebay. They are definitely worth it though, it was excruciating loading two 17 round clips for the Glock 17. 10/10
     
  10. NVMM

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    Thanks for searching. I was at Scheels the other day and they had 2. I bought both of them. When I got home I loaded a couple double stack & single stack mags ( had to try it and oh ya, it does it all with ease) and I gotta say they are well worth the price. I think this is the best way to load magazines. Very fast! And no wear and tear on your thumbs.
    One other thing I noticed is the round just falls into the mag. I would think less wear on the feed lips?
    Thanks
     
  11. Hungry Seagull

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    If the Lula is applied right, the round just falls right into the mag.

    Dont forget to tap the side of the mag to set everyone before inserting into gun.

    Good luck!
     
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