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Old 07-01-2013, 03:03 AM   #1
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Default Looking for mag loader for P85?

I'm looking for a mag loader for my P85. Been loading by hand, but it sure beats up my hands. Looking for recommendations of what's out there.

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Go on Rugers web site, or call them. They are still on the parts list. A MUST HAVE for girls with long fingernails.....

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Thanks Readygirl.

Like your picts in your photos especially the coconuts.

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Go on Rugers web site, or call them. They are still on the parts list. A MUST HAVE for girls with long fingernails.....
They have been shipping with all new guns for a long time. I know the 85 is Old because I have my late Dad's "Safe Queen" and his is from the "Very Early" 1980's.
As Much as I like and support the company and My wife & I have several Rugers, Sometimes the "CS" is Lacking...
Still,..I want another 22/45,. this one with a threaded Tube..
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Why not just buy an Uplula from Butler Creek?it works for me with every magazine I own, .380,9mm and 45 single or staggered. They cost like $30 on eBay.

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Why not just buy an Uplula from Butler Creek?it works for me with every magazine I own, .380,9mm and 45 single or staggered. They cost like $30 on eBay.
That too! they are still a PITA to operate ubntil your thumbs figure it out....
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That too! they are still a PITA to operate ubntil your thumbs figure it out....
Huh!! You don't even need a thumb to operate it! It's the best!! Ok you'd need one thumb at least.
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Why not just buy an Uplula from Butler Creek?it works for me with every magazine I own, .380,9mm and 45 single or staggered. They cost like $30 on eBay.
+1 on this mag loader. The ones that come with a new gun stay in the box. Can't beat the Uplula.
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