Glock 32 magazine reloaders

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Hoyt Weathers, Jul 15, 2007.

  1. Hoyt Weathers

    Hoyt Weathers Guest

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    I am 73 years old with week hands. I am having trouble getting more than 4 rounds of .357 Sig into the magazine. I need a loader thingahmajig.
    What do you guys use and suggest?

    Thank you one and all,
    Hoyt
     
  2. bubba23

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    I don't have a solution for you, but DO NOT buy the HKS Magazine Loader. It is a piece of junk and a waste of money.
     

  3. MARSH1

    MARSH1 Dealer Silver Member

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    Here is your solution. Scroll down and there is a video of it in action.

    Loader



    Buy it here: Most places are out of stock.


    SOG armory
     
  4. Hoyt Weathers

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    Thank you MARSH1

    I looked at the video of the Universal Lula Magazine loader.
    It appears that it is as simple as a gripping action with one hand, hold open and then put in the rounds.

    I will order it from SOG.

    Regards,
    Hoyt
     
  5. MARSH1

    MARSH1 Dealer Silver Member

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    I works great. There is a latch that lets you lock it closed and when you first start using it you might accidentally hit it and lock it. It took me a while to figure out what happened. I might just remove it as I see no need to lock it closed.

    Glad to help.
     
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    Hoyt-

    I also recommend the Uplula. If SOG is out of stock. Try Top Gun Supply. I ordered mine from them last week. Tom and the crew there are great folks to work with.
     
  8. Butch

    Butch RetiredDinosaur CLM Millennium Member

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    Come on bubbu, you can't just comein here and trash a perfectly good tool without any explanation of why.

    The HKS mag loader for standard sized mags (like the G32) is outstanding! And it only costs $10....1/3 of what the Uplula costs.

    The HKS loader for the G20/21 sized mag is sadly lacking though, I don't know why they made them differently.

    HKS video



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    What?! How do you figure that? My HKS loaders must be defective then because they work perfectly.
     
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    OK, I don't like it because it doesn't work. Happy now?
     
  11. Butch

    Butch RetiredDinosaur CLM Millennium Member

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    :supergrin: It's not supposed to work.....*you* have to work it. ;)

    Why doesn't it work for you? Did you see my video?



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  12. Seamus O'Connor

    Seamus O'Connor The Dixie Mick

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    +1 BIG time! This is the best firearm related item I've bought for less than $50 in ten years.

    And I have tried the HKS loaders. They are fine, but IMHO, the UPLULA is easier for me to recommend, especially to the Experienced Gentleman OP.
     
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