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PT111

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by scottw, Mar 3, 2007.

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  1. scottw

    scottw Member

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    Anyone know what speed loader to use for the Taurus PT111? No one here has one or knows what one to use, am told there is not one made. I tdhink there has to be one out there.
     
  2. KONY

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    Good question. You may want to find a friendly gunshop that will allow you to bring an empty mag to try out the various aftermarket mag loaders. You also might want to google "taurus pistol forum" to post your question on one of the two Taurus firearm forums that I know are out there. Hope this helps.
     
  3. waynedm

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    Ruger makes great speed loaders for cheap. You can order them right off their site for less than $10, single and double stack. If they don't work, get Glock ones, they work for just about anything the Ruger ones won't work for.
     
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    I took a magazine to the gun shop. No help. Thanks for the info as we have a police supply here that is into Glock big time and I will try them out. Thanks again.
     
  6. ZeSpectre

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    I use the "Magloader". It's cheap and works with pretty much all of my magazines so I could stop collecting various "model specific" types. :D
     
  7. MPanova

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    +1 on the magloader

    easy to slip on your thumb and works with just about any magazine ;)
     
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    Forgot to link to the "quickie" review I did a while back. Magloader Review
     
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