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Old 10-17-2010, 12:00 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a magazine loader for my M&P 9, any suggestions? I found the Butler Creek Lula Universal Pistol Magazine Loader online will that work? Thanks for the help.

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One of the best inventions since sliced bread IMO.

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Yes, they work very well.

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One of the best inventions since sliced bread IMO.

YEP ! I agree.
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agreed......totally awesome
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For that matter, I would recommend ANY of the LULA loaders without hesitation. The rifle magazine loaders are great too. For as simple as they are, they do an outstanding job.
Wish I held the patent......

maglula Ltd. - The world's #1 magazine loaders and unloaders !

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[QUOTE=Highpower;369559]One of the best inventions since sliced bread IMO.

That is awesome. Thanks.

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Anybody else wondering how fast the dude would be loading using his non-dominant hand?

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Anybody else wondering how fast the dude would be loading using his non-dominant hand?
Probably almost as fast! Have you used one?
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Works fantastic. I also discovered that from a lot of use the corners of the depressor wear a little bit and now the reloader works on my .380 mags as well. Terrific invention, especially for us old folks.

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