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    Default Re: AR15 mag loaders

    I have the Lula loader. Its pretty good. The Maglula Bench loader is faster and not that large. I haven't checked but I believe they have one for the 5.56. They have Lula loader for the 5.56 and the .223 too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExFlyinguy View Post
    I don't have one, but I want one of these.



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    The ETS loaders are great if your loading from boxes.

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    Have both. They don't like lancers or magpuls. Got a pump and the auto butler creek psa was selling for 2 bills free shipping. Auto works but slow and has built in jam fixing so that ought to tell you something. It is mostly labor free. Pump didn't get to yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McSull View Post
    This thing. Somehow messed up quote and got the other link.
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    Default Re: AR15 mag loaders

    Strippers and spoon adapter work great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    Strippers and spoon adapter work great.
    You're doing what with spoons and strippers? How much does that cost?
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    Default Re: AR15 mag loaders

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    Have both. They don't like lancers or magpuls. Got a pump and the auto butler creek psa was selling for 2 bills free shipping. Auto works but slow and has built in jam fixing so that ought to tell you something. It is mostly labor free. Pump didn't get to yet.
    Have no issues with gen 2 or 3 pmags, don't have Lancers so I cannot attest to them. They also load Steel and Poly AK mags well for me.
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    Default Re: AR15 mag loaders

    I have a Maglula for pistol rounds and love it, but I find PMAGs easy enough to load by hand that I don't foresee getting one for .223/5.56.
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    Default Re: AR15 mag loaders

    I use the Lula lever loaders for my pistol mags. I got my daughter one for her Sig 716 mags. I use charger guides (Both box and spoon type) and charger clips for my rifles. Both are cheap and effective. A lot of my ammo came already packed on clips anyway. What wasn't, I've clipped and bandoleered most of it while binge watching movies. All of my self-loading rifles (except the .22s) have magazines that use chargers. The final tipping decision factor of the FN SCAR over the Sig 716 Patrol was the fact that the SCAR magazines took the same charger guides as my FALs.

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    Default Re: AR15 mag loaders

    It seems that with those 'bulk-one shot' loaders you spend as much time putting the rounds in the loader as you would putting them in the magazine. Just for the 'convenience' of the 'one-shot' push to then put the rounds in the magazine. Now if you have issues like arthritis in your hands or similar, I can see it.

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    Default Re: AR15 mag loaders

    Quote Originally Posted by esh21167 View Post
    It seems that with those 'bulk-one shot' loaders you spend as much time putting the rounds in the loader as you would putting them in the magazine. Just for the 'convenience' of the 'one-shot' push to then put the rounds in the magazine. Now if you have issues like arthritis in your hands or similar, I can see it.
    If your loading pistol or rifle ammo from box's that have the separators then the ETS is the fastest for sure. Probably as fast as the maglula even if your sliding loose rounds down the rail one or two at a time.


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