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Old 01-19-2014, 11:05 PM   #21
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If I'm not mistaken, the mag is not tight at all unloaded. I will check.
I meant the spring tension. I usually use a loader for convenience, but these mags almost require it. Hard to load a full mag by hand, IMO.
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Lol a 27 round magazine in that gun would look completely ridiculous.
Well, right, but who WOULDN'T want one?

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I meant the spring tension.
Ahh, yes. I just unloaded the mag to test. Getting them back in there can be done, (I haven't tried out my Maglula loader on that mag yet), but it hurts the fingers.
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Ahh, yes. I just unloaded the mag to test. Getting them back in there can be done, (I haven't tried out my Maglula loader on that mag yet), but it hurts the fingers.
Maglula loader works fine. That's what I have.

A 27 rnd mag would look crazy, but now I'm thinking how I could retrofit my AK 75 rnd drum to fit the 938
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I meant the spring tension. I usually use a loader for convenience, but these mags almost require it. Hard to load a full mag by hand, IMO.
I though i was the only one with this problem. After 10 rounds of reloading the mag my arms are tired as hell. Awsome shooting gun tho. Got the blackwood model. Just waiting on my kydex holster to show up.

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Seriously, buy a Maglula loader. That is the best thing EVER. I have some Beretta hi Cap Mags that are even harder to load, to the point of being near impossible by hand. No prob with the loader.
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Seriously, buy a Maglula loader. That is the best thing EVER. I have some Beretta hi Cap Mags that are even harder to load, to the point of being near impossible by hand. No prob with the loader.
Every time i go to cabelas i pick up the one for 9mm and every weekend i put it back down. Always to buy ammo. Lol i guess when taxes come in ill have to pick one up.

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I use one that works for a variety of calipers. One loader can do anything from .380 to .45.
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If I'm not mistaken, the one we're talking about may or may not work with some small 9mm mags. And I thought not for the 380 mags. They make a smaller loader for the small ones. For the price point, they can't be beat. High quality.
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If I'm not mistaken, the one we're talking about may or may not work with some small 9mm mags. And I thought not for the 380 mags. They make a smaller loader for the small ones. For the price point, they can't be beat. High quality.
You may be right about the .380, but I thought I used it on my Bodyguard (sold it). But it definitely works on my 938, which is a pretty small 9mm mag, as well as .45's.
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The Maglula Uplula works on any caliber from 9mm to 45 ACP.

However since 9mm and 380 ACP are the same size diameter, logically it would work on 380s as well.

In fact it definitely works with magazines for a Bersa Thunder 380 as I used my loader on my FiL's magazine.

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