Steyr MA1 Speedloader?

Discussion in 'Maintenance / Tweaks / Technical Difficulties / So' started by Aznav, Jul 30, 2007.

  1. Aznav

    Aznav Guest

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    Can someone tell me if HK has a speedloader that will work with a Steyr MA1? Thanks!
     
  2. Syntax360

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    Do you mean HKS? I had one of their generic speedloaders for awhile that worked just fine with the Steyr, but later gave it away to someone who needed it a lot more than I. You should look at the UpLULA (search over at Midway for it) - they are generally regarded as the best mag loaders on the market.
     

  3. sharky

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    I second that!! I own a Uplula and LOVE IT! got it on ebay a while back for around 35 bucks.... seems expensive but loads everything from my 9mm XD mags to my 40's for my Glock and M40-A1 also used it on rental 1911 mags in 45. and 10 mm Glock mags. One loader for all my mags and then some without any pain and about a round per second. check out some videos on youtube.

    hope this helps.
     
  4. Netfotoj

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  5. babj615

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    Net aint kiddin'!!!!!

    The UpLuLa's are the best!!!

    Having used them, I would gladly pay twice what they charge for them..... Worth every penny...

    :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
     
  6. midtnshooter

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    Goodness Fellas, the springs aren't THAT stiff. Go work in the garden and load your mags by hand. :) Wax on....Wax Off.... ! I'm not a youngster and I load without a speedloader.

    It helps also you to improve your dexterity and hand to eye Kordination.

    Take the time and you can feel the springs/followers and see the tension everytime you load the mags. The spring tension's aren't so stiff that you need a loader. :v

    Send me your mags and I will load them for you. :party:

    :wall: ....

    Take Care All,

    MTS

    Babs, your about my age... Do you own a speedloader? (I am still looking for your holy grail)
     
  7. babj615

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    OK, All 60 or 70 of my unlaoded mags will be sent out monday morning...

    You're supplying the ammo, right???

    :oops: :oops:

    I have the UpLuLa for my pistols, and in .223/5.56 and 7.62x39 - They are great and super speedy at the range. PLUS, they UNLOAD your mags faster than your weapon, when needed...

    Once you try one, you will appreciate it....

    :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
     
  8. midtnshooter

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    I will load them (hahahaha), but not supply. That is why I have started reloading. I'm at 600 rounds a week. I gave up five diamond hookers so I can keep shooting. :bs:

    Actually I give all my range friends the same hassling. I can unload them equally as fast. When I compete, I unload every used/semi-used mag at every stage to see how many rounds I have in them. If I shoot one round out of the mag, I'll unload it and reload it before the next stage. On day two, I do start to feel the tension. I compete with 8-9 mags and by then my right thimb gets tired. I was making fun of those who go out twice a year.

    Plus I load my high cap 2011 mags as well.

    :) I thought I had you HG last week. No tease, but I didn't act quick enough. (sorry) I like the challenge... my search also, now.


    Take Care....(A) MTS
     
  9. mr. ford

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    i'm with mts on this one guys..
    although for $25-35 bucks i'll get one, but i probably won't use it more then once to try it out -- i just do my handguns by hand, nice and quick.. however, if i can get one for .223 and .308 that would be fantastic! :lol:
     
  10. Netfotoj

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