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quick loader for .22lr tube mag

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by mikerw, Jul 3, 2008.

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  1. mikerw

    mikerw Member

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    Hi,

    Have been looking for a quick loader to just "pour" some .22lr into a tube fed Nylon 66. Anyone heard of such a device? I did a search for quick loader but did not find much of anything.

    Preferably, I would pour some .22lr the bullet would slide and get turned the proper way if backwards and then slide into the tube.

    Would prefer this to have already been made or I will have to make my own.

    Thanks for the any advice,

    - Mike
     
  2. WNTFW

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    Nylon 66 with hole in butt stock - the problem is you have to count the rounds don't you. I like the tubes that have the cutout because of that.

    Ive heard some people make them from arrow shafts ? ? ?

    http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/GNS120-44767-1172.html

    Cabelas has them also.
     
  3. mikerw

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    Thanks, those look pretty good. Also looking something that will load them as well. I really just want to dump ammo in a funnel and it go into the quick loader and then use the quick loader. I imagine I will have to make some loader that can flip the bullet if upside down and then have it slide down into the quick loader. Thanks for the link!

    - Mike
     
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    I have a Mossberg autoloader with the loading port in the Buttstock; here's what I use.

    I cut a length of 3/8" inside diameter tubing long enough to hold a full load (15 rounds in my case). One ebd of the tube must be closed: A fired .380 case works very well.

    Load the cartridges into the tube, all facing the same way. Point the rifle's muzzle downward, cover the xxit end of the tube with your forefinger and position the tube in the loading port and remover your finger. Voila! Fifteen rounds slip into the magazine in less than two seconds.

    It ain't perfect, but it's pretty darn good...:cool:
     
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    I used arrow shafts cut to length and bundled together with tape. Plugged with foam ear plugs. Very cheap- I forget the shaft diameter- maybe 2415? I'd be lying if I said I knew for sure. Just get some old big fat aluminums. I did two tubes for a full reload, that way its short enough to not be ungainly and you can reload without running it dry (say if you hit a lull in a good day of non-protected bird shooting)
     
  7. C&R

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    Spee-D-Loader is the best.

    +1 for the Spee-D-Loader
     
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