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My Adco Super Thumb 1 is a bit too tight side-to-side while my Super Thumb 2 is very sloppy in both directions. The ST 1 should fit well after a few minutes work with a file. On the other hand, Adco has added an "A" suffix to their ST1 and ST2 model designations, so their current offerings may fit a bit differently. The selling price should be about $6.
 
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My Adco Super Thumb 1 is a bit too tight side-to-side while my Super Thumb 2 is very sloppy in both directions. The ST 1 should fit well after a few minutes work with a file. On the other hand, Adco has added an "A" suffix to their ST1 and ST2 model designations, so their current offerings may fit a bit differently. The selling price should be about $6.
Cool, just saw an ST3 Super Thumb in my local shop. Any idea if these work? I haven't seen any "A" models though.
 

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Ok the above link was incorrect. It should be http://www.shomer-tec.com. Then you can do a search for the Cambi. I just checked it out again and noticed they are selling an old British Saracen APC. Yes thats right and armored personel carrier! Only 33K. Imagine pulling up at the range in that sucker.

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Stupid me I didnt actually try the Cambi as I was all packed up and leaving. He did show me how it is adjustable to hold and size mag. I dont see why it wouldnt work, unless there is a consipracy against steyr users. Yeah, yeah thats it. That's why we got no accesories available.

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ADCO Super Thumb fit...

Here's the address of ADCO's Super Thumb spec chart:
http://www.adcosales.com/superthumb.html

It looks like their current ST1 and ST2 may be a bit different from the ones I have (which are over 10 yrs old). It still looks like the best bet is an ST1 slightly modified for a perfect fit. Although it will work, an ST2 is clumsy to use on a Steyr mag because of the sloppy fit.

BTW, while I think the mechanical loaders like the HKS would be great for most range use, the Super Thumb is simple and compact enough to stash in a pocket when roving about and it still does a credible job at the loading table.
 
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