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Speed Strip/Loader

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by DMZ, Sep 16, 2007.

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  1. DMZ

    DMZ Member

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    I use Bianchi Speed Strips for my .357. Has anyone ever seen or considered a speed loader made made out of the same flexible material and with the same concept of the speed strip.

    One would insert the rounds into the cylinder and just peel it off.
     
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  3. Pat Cannon

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    I bought a couple of the Maxfires. They're OK for the range, but if I'm in a hurry (like in an IDPA match) and get clumsy they lose rounds, because they don't grip the rims as well as a regular speedloader or even the Speed Strip. I tried the HKSs, switched to Safariland and I like them. But I think I'll eventually get my revolvers modded for moon clips.
     
  4. Feanaro

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    Already done, as mentioned. I've never known anyone who liked them. It's also said that they cause excess wear on the crane and yoke.
     
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