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A speedloader is a device used to reduce the time and/or effort needed to reload a firearm. Speed loaders come in variety of forms for reloading revolvers or with fixed (attached) or detachable magazines.
Generally, speedloaders are used for loading all chambers of a revolver simultaneously, although speedloaders (of different designs) are also used for the loading of fixed tubular magazines of shotguns and rifles, or (with other designs) the loading of box or drum magazines. Revolver speedloaders are used for revolvers having either swing-out cylinders or top-break cylinders. Non-top-break cylinder revolvers having fixed cylinders must be unloaded and loaded one chamber at a time.
As titles states: I have two 10/22 10rd magazines and a Butler Creek Hot Lips Speedloader for sale.
Will only sell as a package.
$30 local pick up in Hillsboro/Beaverton
PM w/ phone number for fastest response
No trades please
For trade / sale are 2 new in box Pachmayr Competition Aluminum Speed Loaders. I purchased them for my Charter Arms .357 Magnum but learned through online reviews/forums that they will not fit.
Supposed to fit S&W J Frames, including 36, 37, 38, 40, 42, 49, 60, 340, and 360. See attached...
So, I've played a few over the years. The ones I've stuck with are the Speed Beez (for larger, holstered revolvers) and the Speed Strips (for a snubbie carried with CHL).
Any that have worked for you? Any that didn't?