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Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by of-47, Jan 30, 2011.
Does anyone sell speedloaders for .357 EEA Windicator ?
Probably but speed strips are a lot more compact. I have both and much prefer the speed strips for carry.
Never owned a revolver, or shot one. Im pretty sure speed strips are quicker than single loading bullets, and Im assuming they are slower and speedloaders but more concealable. About how much faster are they than hand loading, and about how much faster is speedloaders versus speed strips.
With the strips, you load 2 rnds at a time. With practice it gets pretty quick. The main thing is you are not working with loose ammo. It is also easier to refill a partial cylinder. I use a 6 rnd strip even though my revolver only holds 5.
HKS #10a - most gun shops carry them or on line @ cheaper than dirt.
+1 for this design. I have had one of these for my SP101 for years. Not a single problem. Very dependable. Now that you reminded me, I'm gonna look for this same thing for my Colt Anaconda.
I prefer the Safariland loaders. A bit faster to use and they hold the cartridges more true to the actual placement in the cylinder. The HKS loaders are good, they just require a slightly different technique to use.
Thanks for this Thread I have a EAA 357 windicator and i keep meaning to find a speed loader. Thanks.
Thanks for the info, I will check it out.
check out the rounds
I also just got a windicator. Love the gun.
In the picture you show (same one on the CTD web site) notice there are 7 rounds showing? SOmeone goofed when editing the picture.
A loader for the Colt Python should work, although I haven't yet tested it for myself. I tried one this weekend at the CTD store and it did not work well. I'll keep looking.