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Sig 522 Magazine Loader?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Frog, Mar 1, 2010.

  1. Frog

    Frog Vancouver, Washington Member

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    Just fired for the first time my new Sig 522. Wow, wow and wow again! What a awesome gun to shoot!!

    Anyway, with all the rapid uninterrupted firing, loading the magazines soon became a 'task'.

    Can anyone suggest or recommend a good magazine loader for these AR15/22 magazines?

    Thanks,
    Frog.
     
  2. GotSig?

    GotSig? Virginia Beach, VA New Member

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    I'm late in this discussion thread. Was there an answer to the question of a Mag loader for the Sig 522? I am loading 4 mags at a time to save time but I know there is a better way.
     
  3. crabman21

    crabman21 Wilsonville,Ore Member

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    Black dog sells a mag loader for it.
     
  4. Gunner3456

    Gunner3456 Salem Well-Known Member

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  5. actionflies

    actionflies Beaverton, Oregon Member

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    This will cost you less than a $1 to do 4 mags.

    Drill 2 holes and tied a string to the follower.
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    Looks like this.
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    Pull the string to depress the follower spring and load. String will be long when you load 26rds.
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  6. mr11b

    mr11b Portland, OR Member

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    I use the blackdog mag loader (got it from crabman21, thanks again) and they work just fine.
     
  7. smithmax

    smithmax here Member

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    I second the string method. All it cost me was a shoelace from some worn out shoes and 5 minutes of time. It's not the prettiest fix, but it sounds like one of the most popular ones. Also, instead of using my hand to pull the string out while loading I put the knot at the end underneath some sandbags and slowly pull the mag away from the bags.

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