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|07-22-2020, 12:55 PM||#1|
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Loading magazines and assistance?
Anybody else notice how hard it is to get that last round into a SIG mag? I have a P220, and two P320s, and getting the last round in is almost impossible. I'm hoping after I run them a few times that the springs will loosen up, and make it easier.
Can anybody recommend a loading assistant? I have the HKS for the P220 and my Ruger P89, and they kinda help, but are not the greatest. I haven't found anything for the P320 in .45 or the M17.
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|07-22-2020, 01:06 PM||#5|
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Iíve got one from Maglula. Had 9mm 17 round mags which were crazy difficult by hand. Current lineup is a max 15 rounds of 9mm (Glock) so I still use the loader for that. But all my Sig mags (8 round to 14 round capacities) can all be loaded by hand. Even though the Maglula makes it easier I still like to load them by hand to make sure I can do it if I would ever have to.
|07-22-2020, 03:26 PM||#13|
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Another vote for Maglula UpLula. I can load most of my mags (15, 17 & 21) by hand except for the last round but why would I want to? In a combat situation (which I hope I'm never in again), I'd do it but I'm a civilian now. I use tools and I'm not under fire.
OP: If you fill your magazine to its capacity 10, 15, 17 or 21) and let it sit for a week or so, it should loosen up the spring. If you can't spare a mag, buy another. I have 10 or 12 mags and only 3 pistols. (4 if you count the S&W M&P40 I have for sale but it has it's own mags.)