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Speedloader for 6-shot Ruger LCR?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by SwampWolf, Jul 17, 2022.

  1. SwampWolf

    SwampWolf Member

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    Anybody know if someone is making speed loaders for a Ruger LCR revolver, chambered in .327 Magnum? Thanks.
     
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  3. lincen

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    The Speedbeez loader works okay with the LCR. I bought the 327 loader kit for the six shot SP101 and they use the same loading block as the LCR. It works fairly well with the 327 cartridges but not so with the 32 magnum or 32 long. The shorter cartridges don’t load into the loader because the diameter of the six hole circle is too small.
     
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  4. SwampWolf

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    Thanks to both of you. I wouldn't carry a revolver for self-defense unless it was accompanied by a "proper" (i.e., not "speed strip") speed loader.

    So a trickier question: Does anyone make a speed loader for my Taurus 5-shot Model 415 revolver chambered in .41 Magnum? Again, thanks.
     
  5. contender

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    Am using the 5 Star loaders for my LCR 327 and 357. They are working well.

    Can not use a split six style pouch with the J2 327 loader. The tolerances are so small that my heavy leather belt is too thick for the 32 H&R rounds to split the belt to ride.

    Am using a Don Hume speed loader case that gives the option for split carry or the slotted belt loop. Having to use the loop.
     
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