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Old 09-17-2013, 11:50   #1
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Butler Creek UPLULA Universal Pistol Magazine Loader / Unloader (PINK)

Butler Creek UPLULA Universal Pistol Magazine Loader / Unloader (PINK)
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Price: $29.99

Loads Pistol Magazines Fast, Protects Fingers & Thumbs Hand-held loader fills standard centerfire pistol magazines quickly and easily, so you spend less range time loading mags and more of it shooting. Smooth, positive operation protects fingers and thumbs while you load hundreds of rounds painlessly, as fast as one round per second. Also lengthens magazine life by reducing wear and tear on feed lips. One size fits all; no inserts, spacers, or adjustments needed to change calibers. Hold the magazine upright with the bottom resting on a solid surface. Place the loader over the top of the mag, press down lightly while squeezing the lever to depress the follower, drop in a round, and work the lever quickly to push it into the mag. Repeat the process until the magazine is full. Constructed from tough, reinforced,PINK polymer. Locks closed when not in use, so it takes up minimal space in pocket or range bag. Fits single and double stack 9mm, .357, .40, 10mm, and .45 ACP magazines, plus some .380 mags. Will not load Glock 6-round single stack .45 caliber or Smith & Wesson 7 round single stack 9mm, or magazines with less than 8mm between feed lips.

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Old 09-17-2013, 13:59   #2
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Great price! I love mine, but it's not pink.
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Old 09-17-2013, 22:37   #3
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Have had mine in black over a year. Was worried when I got it fearing it wouldn't hold up. Gotta hand it to space age synthetics. Whatever it's made of is really rugged. Wish mine were pink. Wouldn't have to worry so much about another man walking off with it.
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Old 09-18-2013, 08:27   #4
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Mine is not pink either but, I am buying one of these today. So I don't have to wonder where mine went.
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